WCAC Football: Crucial 6

In addition to DeMatha getting totally screwed with little lubrication doubled-up by Good Counsel 42-21 on national television last week the following scores were of significance to the WCAC:

Gonzaga showed Carroll that they don’t mean to be at the bottom of the barrel this year, beating them in the battle for North Capital Street 38-16.  Gonzaga gets a their first win of the season and further calls into question the quality of the Sparrow’s Point win that the Lions were able to notch.

McNamara took care of business against the Paul VI Panthers 20-18.  The Mustangs barely beat the Panthers proving that the league is far more competitive this year than any other.

Saint Johns College narrowly escapes an upset from an upstart O’Connell team 13-6 in overtime.  One of the Trimble brothers could be out for the season and Knights might be coming back to earth after their five week high.  Saint Johns remains perfect in the league and could be looking to repeat the upset of Good Counsel like they did last year.

Of course the preponderance of talent on the Good Counsel football team might make a Saint Johns win the most unlikely of scenarios this year,  but anything can still happen. Absolutely nothing is solved yet.  Just about any team in the top six could win the remainder of their games and be crowned a champion.  I’m just going to keep right on staring at Halle’s ass until all is right with the world, too. 

What is more, if you throw away the score of the DeMatha raping rogering then you can see that the scores across the board are getting closer.  (Halle, make the visions stop!)  Any thoughts about the league not being in great shape have just gone out the window in only six weeks.

Dandini’s 2008 WCAC Week 6 Power Rankings

1. Good Counsel (5-0, 2-0)
2. Saint Johns College (4-1, 2-0)
3. Bishop McNamara (3-2, 1-1)
4. Bishop O’Connell (4-1, 1-1)
5. DeMatha (3-2, 1-1)
6. Gonzaga (1-4, 1-1)
7. Paul VI (2-3, 0-2)
8. Archbishop Carroll (1-4, 0-2)


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