2022 SOC1 Thread, scores, standings and schedules... post all year.

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Symmes Valley 5
Whiteoak 1


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5/11
Notre Dame 14 Trimble 0
Claly 15 Green 0


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SoftballGirl wrote: Thu Mar 10, 2022 9:10 am My not so educated opinion.

1. Notre Dame
2. Clay
3. Symmes Valley
4. Green
5. Western
6. New Boston
7. East
8. St Joe (if they have a team)
Not too far off from my guess back in March. Would just need to flip Western and New Boston. Was pretty confident in the top 4 positions although some were making comments about Symmes Valley winning the conference and Clay dropping all the way down to the 4th spot.


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SoftballGirl wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 8:43 am
SoftballGirl wrote: Thu Mar 10, 2022 9:10 am My not so educated opinion.

1. Notre Dame
2. Clay
3. Symmes Valley
4. Green
5. Western
6. New Boston
7. East
8. St Joe (if they have a team)
Not too far off from my guess back in March. Would just need to flip Western and New Boston. Was pretty confident in the top 4 positions although some were making comments about Symmes Valley winning the conference and Clay dropping all the way down to the 4th spot.
Nope not far off at all.

Symmes Valley lost their starting pitcherfor the season during a scrimmage. While I'll agree they probably still don't beat ND even with her, it would have been interesting to see what they could do.

Clay played great, hats off to them for what they did despite the players they lost last year. Shows you what good pitching and great coaching can do.

Next year it will still be ND at the top with SV Challenging.


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Notre Dame is the cream of crop of the SOC 1. The conference is one the weakest conference in region. Notre Dame will be good for the next several years. They will beat Portsmouth clay record for most titles row.


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No argument that it's Notre Dames to lose for the foreseeable future or until the next batch of recruits come in 😉
Never count Symmes Valley out though. They have a HOF Coach and are experts at not showing what talent they have until it's time to.


What might surprise you is that prior to this year in the previous couple years the SOC1 actually held an advantage in head to head with multiple conferences.
**Granted they were not playing Burg**
Also the resurgence of Portsmouth, West, Webster and others have flipped the conference strengths significantly back to traditional expectations.

But there for a a short span the SOC 1 was not the weakest conference by far.


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ND doesn’t have to recruit in girls sports, kids want to come there and play, culture, coaching and consistent winning recruits for them. Hate to admit it but have to respect it.


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80sballer wrote: Sun May 22, 2022 6:02 pm ND doesn’t have to recruit in girls sports, kids want to come there and play, culture, coaching and consistent winning recruits for them. Hate to admit it but have to respect it.
No but it sure does help all other schools only get a player for half of the season when they transfer.


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80sballer wrote: Sun May 22, 2022 6:02 pm ND doesn’t have to recruit in girls sports, kids want to come there and play, culture, coaching and consistent winning recruits for them. Hate to admit it but have to respect it.
Kids rarely want to move schools on their own. Its because mommy's and daddy's don't get their way at other schools or things happen that they don't like and then they get in their kids heads and tell them it's everyone else's fault. Luckily ND is a good place for those kids to meet up.


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Kids are moving in and out of schools. It is where we are today in high school athletics - I am not fond of it but it is where we are. I believe ND football just lost a really good athlete for this coming year to another school. Parents and kids will always do what they think is in their best interest -- and yes, that usually has to do with playing time and opportunity. West is having a great season as is Notre Dame. Appears most of the transfers from West to ND made a decision they like and it appears good. ND has become a more viable option for many kids. There are a number of vouchers offered by the state of Ohio where ND tuition is free (that is, paid by the state) or highly discounted. That was not the case just a few years ago. ND numbers have really been rising the last 4 or 5 years. More than I have ever seen in the last 15 or so. I expect that to continue. There has even been some smoke around the prospects of a new school --- how valid? Who knows.


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