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VHS Alumni Update: Mykal Walker continues stellar season at Fresno State  
“the Tradition Continues.....”
Vacaville Bulldogs Win/Loss Totals: since 1998
 
174-62-3 74-46-2 100-15-1 17-9 65-19 50-23-1
Oak Ridge Liberty Granite Bay Pittsburg Burbank
Vacaville’s Non-League opponents and current section ranking
2018 Season Final Standings: Monticello Empire League
Vacaville Bulldogs Vanden Vikings Wood Wildcats Rodriguez Mustangs Armijo Indians Fairfield Falcons
Overall 6-5 7-3 7-3 5-5 4-6 1-9
League 5-0 4-1 3-2 2-3 1-4 0-5
OVERALL RECORD NON-LEAGUE RECORD LEAGUE RECORD PLAYOFFS HOME AWAY
Opponents Win/Loss 65-47 50-54 50-54 43-59 46-56 53-50
Strength Rating 23 20 17.8 -2.8 -9.8  -21.9
2018 Playoffs: Scores and Upcoming Games  
 
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Schedule Strength 22.1 7.2 7.2 -1.2 -5.5 2.7
CIF-SJS Football Playoffs: 2018 sees new playoff format  
Under the new playoff format for 2018, divisions I though VI will be made up of 12-team brackets with the top four seeded teams receiving first round byes. In the old format, the brackets consisted of 16 teams for Div. I through  III and eight for Div. IV through VI. However, the biggest impact that the new playoff system will invoke is how teams qualify. In the old format, each league was given automatic berths such as the SFL and Delta (4 each) and the Pioneer Valley League (3). The remainder of the brackets were then filled by at-large teams that met the criteria of having at least two league wins and although it was not a set in stone item, usually six total overall wins could get a team into the postseason..         In the new format, however, just league champions – or co-champions in the event of a tie – earn automatic berths. The remainder of the brackets will be filled by at-large team that have at least four total victories and then by their CalPreps ratings. CalPreps’ rating system ranks teams throughout California on a multitude of categories including wins, strength of schedule and margin of victory, just to name a few. For the most part, the football playoffs won’t be expanding or shrinking. In the CIF’s top six divisions, 72 teams will still make the playoffs. “To be honest, our football advisory committee started to notice that there were too many of the first round games going to running clocks,” said CIF Sac-Joaquin Section assistant commissioner DeBoard. “Especially when you looked at the 1 vs. 16 and the 2 vs. 15 games, there were a lot of mismatches.” In some first round games last season, several lopsided scores were recorded. DeBoard said that in a trial mock up of last year’s playoff qualifiers using the new proposal, six or seven teams that were in the playoffs may have not qualified. “Teams that want to schedule weak non-league opponents just to get wins may be in for a surprise now,”.
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