I know the Metro standings on our website aren’t completely accurate because it doesn’t take the league record into account, just divisional games, so here is an up-to-date look. Special thanks to Seattle Public Schools assistant director of athletics Harvard Jones for providing this.
Remember, the top two finishers in each division play are guaranteed a berth into districts and play for the tournament title separate from the rest of the teams. Nine total teams go on to the district tournament which leaves three more sports for the remaining teams.
Head-to-head is the first tiebreaker, followed by record within the division and then mini-game.
|To Districts Bracket|
|Mountain||Division (Metro)||Valley||Division (Metro)||Sound||Division (Metro)|
|Eastside Catholic||4-0(9-1)||Garfield||3-0 (11-0)||Rainier Beach||3-0 (9-1)|
|Seattle Prep||3-0(9-1)||Franklin||3-1 (4-6)||Roosevelt||2-1 (5-5)|
|Lakeside||1-2(6-4)||Cleveland||1-1 (3-7)||Ballard||1-1 (4-6)|
|O’Dea||1-2(3-7)||Nathan Hale||0-2 (1-9)||West Seattle||1-2 (5-5)|
|Blanchet||1-3(5-5)||Ingraham||0-2 (0-10)||Chief Sealth||0-3 (1-9)|