Girls mid-season review

Wednesday September 24, 2014


#10AA North is undefeated in the conference and one win away from grabbing their first SIAC title since 2003. With a game in hand, the Huskies play #15AA Memorial next Monday in a likely conference championship.

The Tigers, having given up a game against Reitz, need a victory over North which would probably result in the two teams sharing the title.

Last years' champs Castle, as well as Reitz and #2A Mater Dei, have an outside chance, but it is very outside considering North and Memorial would both have to lose to Bosse.

Eliminated: Harrison, Central, Bosse

Current standings


North is in the driver's seat for their first city title since 2003. A tie against Memorial would ensure a share of the title, but the Huskies have a good chance of winning it outright with Bosse left to play.

Last year's city champs Memorial will play the uncharacteristic role of spoiler. Even after slipping up, the Tigers can still beat North to realistically grab a share of the title.

Mater Dei and Reitz are still in the running but--as mentioned above--would need Bosse to pull off two huge upsets.

Eliminated: Harrison, Central, Bosse

Current standings

Big 8


The Big 8 is usually a two-team race between rivals Jasper and Washington, and this year was no different. Personally not a fan of PKs, the Wildcats clinched the title Tuesday night after tying Washington through two overtimes.

Current standings
Prveious Big 8 champions


#5A Heritage Hills are undefeated and knocking of stronger AA schools. Having beat the other two strongest teams in the conference, the Patriots are on track to win their second title in three years. It will be interesting to see how they do against Mater Dei

Forest Park, last year's champs #14A Gibson Southern and North Posey have all gone 1-1 against each other to effectively knock them out of the title race

Pike Central is also still in the running with 4 conference games left on their home stretch

Eliminated: South Spencer

Current standings

Blue Chip

Missing results are hindering us from analyzing this conference in too much detail. Wood Memorial is a strong candidate to repeat as Blue Chip champs especially with usual powerhouse Washington Catholic having a rough year.

Eliminated: Washington Catholic

Current standings

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