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Inside the 16s National Rankings

A5 and A5 South both made the top 15 teams in the 16s Division.

PrepVolleyball.com’s Pre-Season Rankings are underway this week. The 16s Division was our latest release and you can find who made the Top 60, here.

It all began with the 18s Division on Monday, which you can find, here, as well as the 18s breakdown and 5 things to know.

The 17s Division Pre-Season Rankings came out next, here, along with the 17s breakdown and 5 things to know.

Below we take a different look at the rankings, breaking down some fun facts about the Top 60 ranked teams in the 16s Division and which states are represented the most.

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4 Comments

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    haynes1504

    January 10, 2019 at 1:19 pm

    Maybe someone can explain this to me, because i’m perplexed, So in Illinois you have Adversity Ranked number 58, Yet you had this team finishing 10th to end the year after National’s last year playing for Lions Jr/ 1st Alliance, Sports Performance finished 11th to end the year , The whole team moves to a different club and not only do you see such a drop from the ranks but you have 1st Alliance Ranked ahead of them with only 3 player who’s played in an open in the last two years, If i’m missing something please let me know.

  2. John Tawa

    John Tawa

    January 10, 2019 at 3:51 pm

    1. By my count, only six from Lions 151 are on Adversity 161.
    2. One of those six is not Rachel Muisenga, whom I believe was a huge part of Lions’ success.
    3. Adversity is a new club and may have growing pains.
    4. 1st Alliance is coached by Beth Baetzel, a proven winner

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    haynes1504

    January 10, 2019 at 5:38 pm

    OK your nuts, Everyone knows you in particular TAWA that you play favorites especially with Spri and certain players, you must of clearly told this Mr or Mrs Green this info which is fine when the season ends will see, Maybe your right that’s why the so called proven winners pulled out of the all the tournaments they normally play in and also pulled out of the 17/18 power league this year because they even know they can’t compete at this level or trying to avoid teams Illinois, Do better homework and get back to me, i hope you bring your clip board with you this Sat to take notes.

  4. John Tawa

    John Tawa

    January 11, 2019 at 7:34 am

    It is hard to respond responsibly because your thoughts appear incoherent and topped with poor grammar.

    1. What does Spri have to do with anything? You asked me about Adversity and 1st Alliance!

    2. Where is my homework suffering? You asserted that all of Lions deserted for Adversity, which is not so. I also offered other reasons why I opted to rank 1st Alliance ahead initially.

    You should know that in this and all other areas, I never play favorites. If Adversity is better, it will move up the rankings to the spot it deserves.

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