SEED TEAMS NOW
Download and fill out the Tournament Record
and Roster forms completely. Be sure to
take advantage of the "Game Highlight" area
and then use the space at the bottom of the
form to tell us why your team deserves a top
seed! Email the forms back to the
by the appointed date and time.
fill out, save and email your forms:
the Microsoft Document form (.doc) and
"enable it to be edited" within your
Microsoft Word program. Type in the
appropriate information and save your
completed form in the same microsoft word
document file to be emailed back to the
Please include your school, tournament year
and form name, in the document name.
Attach your properly
named .doc file to an email and send it to
Please do not download, print and hand write
your forms and do not save and send them as
cast your seeding vote:
the record and roster forms located on the
"Record & Roster" link of our website.
Carefully consider all of the information
contained in those files (you may want input
from coaches, opponents or even an online
search to find out more about each
tournament team), then click the "Seed
link found on the "Seeding" page.
Seed the teams in the order you believe
they've earned. This will only work if the
Athletic Directors or designated
representative from each member school do
their best to seed accurately based on what
each team has earned. Not on whether it is
your school or based on desired matchups
etc. We are a "Christian" association and
our honest effort at seeding should reflect
those values! Keep in mind that this is a "TRANSPARENT"
process. All members will know who voted
for whom and what seeding rank they were
given. This helps ensure a fair bracket.
Any member participating in the tournament,
may call the
office and request specific voting
GOAL OF SEEDING seek to to seed the
strongest teams with the higher seed even if
it is not YOUR school! Upsets should
happen in a tournament, but if properly
done, the seeding will likely hold form for
most of the early rounds.
Things to consider when looking at records
is the opponent
did they play (home or away)
they played any other schools in the
were the scores of those games
to Head contest results
many points per game do they score
many points per game do they allow
many games have they won
is their average margin of victory
STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE
Things to consider when looking at strength
many OHSAA schools do they play
Record of their opponents
they had past tournament success
MISCELLANEOUS THINGS TO CONSIDER...
teams made up of many upper classmen or
are they young?
BIG are they (physical size)
Google search for teams that you do not