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Re: Novel idea!

by Anonymous Coward

Wow, there's a stretch. Hardly arguing. The thread was on Rankings. It isn't about 1 race. As was mentioned in Dyestat, they had Campolindo ranked lower, due to a poor performance. CCHS was ranked where it was, because they have a strong squad and beat the same teams you mentioned (RB, TP, CACR)and everyone except LCC.

If you really want to talk, how about we discuss where each team is in their training cycle? Which teams have been doing speed work all year vs teams that haven't started?

LCC is obviously the class of area. No argument on that. There are a ton of threads on them as well. So rather than have this turn into a LCC love fest, I posted about ALL of the ranked teams, or did you miss that. It doesn't take a genius to know they were going to dominate. I was simply posting data, which you were obviously unaware of. So, Lighten up francis, the RANKINGS thread was simply meant to open a discussion, on a very inactive board.

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