I don't know the schedule but look for the Valley/Waukee game.
I am a Valley grad and live in WDM and right now Valley is the power. However, with the massive number of kids coming up through the ranks Waukee will be a contender soon. And they have quite a chip on their shoulder at the present time. Last year at Waukee the Valley fans did nothing to help the matter, especially when the game got a little out of hand at the end.
I think this is setting up to surpass the Valley/Dowling rivalry as the big game every year in the western suburbs. Maybe not yet but soon.
Right on the money with this one. It hasn't been too competitive on the field yet, but the seeds have been planted for a very heated Waukee/Valley rivalry. Waukee already made the playoffs in just their second year in class 4A, and with the numbers the have coming up, will be a school of similar size to Valley in a few years.
With Dowling somewhat down of late, Waukee/Valley could very well become the big game. It will be interesting to see how that develops.
They're expanding playoffs to 32 teams this year. So it'll be the top 4 in each district (3A down through 8-man), and then the point formula for 4A (16 from the west, 16 from the east).
agreed but I am talking about the top 2 teams in the district. Some of the smaller schools have good teams year in and out but others have a class or 2 that is pretty good and have 2 or 3 good years and then a downturn in talent.
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