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Post by wilky on Thu Aug 23, 2018 10:25 am

Why have they dropped so much. Is their enrollment down that much? their last trophy was in 2011 (won 7a), so I cant imagine last years 6a enrollment was any kind of success factor.

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Post by ramblinman on Thu Aug 23, 2018 10:47 am

wilky wrote:Why have they dropped so much. Is their enrollment down that much? their last trophy was in 2011 (won 7a), so I cant imagine last years 6a enrollment was any kind of success factor.

Since 2011, their unmultiplied enrollment has fallen 28%. They haven't won a first round playoff game in the past four years, so the multiplier waiver goes into effect for them this year.
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Post by wilky on Thu Aug 23, 2018 11:03 am

my understanding is there is a multiplier and a success factor correct? I havent kept up on it like I used to.

so there is schools that are multiplied by 1.65 but if they still have state results they get "successed up" class or classes, but when a previously multiplied school doesn't have either of those, after a period of time they go to their actual enrollment? is that a proper explanation of whats occurring here?

So Rockford never had a success factor in place, their 1.65 multiplier has dropped off, and now they are being classified based on their actual enrollment, which has dropped 28%?

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Post by Head Idiot on Thu Aug 23, 2018 9:21 pm

I would wager their HC who left and took a few assistants with him has as much to do with it as anything else.
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Post by #35 on Thu Aug 23, 2018 11:11 pm

Private school enrollment is down almost across the board, and so are enrollments at any Rockford high school. Rockford economy isn't what it used to be.

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Post by crusader on Fri Aug 24, 2018 8:55 am

Boyland is an unfortunate name for a Catholic school.
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Post by center on Fri Aug 24, 2018 1:33 pm

I think they are supposed to be decent this year.

Factors:

Lost a truly great coach and some of his staff. Dan Appino is a difference maker.

Enrollment has been a factor. A few Rockford private schools are fighting to stay open. Boylan has lost a lot of enrollment in the last few years.

New coach added a lot of off season commitment (using all 25 days) and lost several kids over the years that way. I have heard they cut way back this year though.

The rise of Rockford public school sports. Appino left for Auburn and kept some of those kids around. Guilford is a decent program and now has the Forreston coach in charge. East used to be a one win team and now made the playoffs and has talent.

Rockford Lutheran. Not so much now but previous years. James Robinson a decade ago was a Boylan kid probably. This decade he goes to Lutheran and others are attracted. An awful program becomes a powerhouse.

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Post by ramblinman on Mon Aug 27, 2018 4:59 pm

wilky wrote:my understanding is there is a multiplier and a success factor correct? I havent kept up on it like I used to.

so there is schools that are multiplied by 1.65 but if they still have state results they get "successed up" class or classes, but when a previously multiplied school doesn't have either of those, after a period of time they go to their actual enrollment? is that a proper explanation of whats occurring here?

So Rockford never had a success factor in place, their 1.65 multiplier has dropped off, and now they are being classified based on their actual enrollment, which has dropped 28%?

Basically, yes. That period of time for the multiplier waiver is four years. Once a non-boundaried school wins a first round playoff game, they are multiplied for the next four years. Conceivably, such a school could go 1-1 in the playoffs one year, not qualify for the playoffs for following three years, and then go 1-1 in the playoffs in that fourth year, and still be multiplied for the following four years.

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Post by net on Mon Aug 27, 2018 8:52 pm

ramblinman wrote:
wilky wrote:my understanding is there is a multiplier and a success factor correct? I havent kept up on it like I used to.

so there is schools that are multiplied by 1.65 but if they still have state results they get "successed up" class or classes, but when a previously multiplied school doesn't have either of those, after a period of time they go to their actual enrollment? is that a proper explanation of whats occurring here?

So Rockford never had a success factor in place, their 1.65 multiplier has dropped off, and now they are being classified based on their actual enrollment, which has dropped 28%?

Basically, yes.  That period of time for the multiplier waiver is four years.  Once a non-boundaried school wins a first round playoff game, they are multiplied for the next four years.  Conceivably, such a school could go 1-1 in the playoffs one year, not qualify for the playoffs for following three years, and then go 1-1 in the playoffs in that fourth year, and still be multiplied for the following four years.

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Post by Head Idiot on Wed Aug 29, 2018 9:09 am

I saw today that Boylan is ranked #4 this week.
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