Oxford is locked to the 1-seed, they hold the tiebreaker over New Hope. New Hope is the 2-seed, they hold the tiebreaker over West Point but not over Oxford. West Point is the 3-seed, they hold the tiebreakers over Clarksdale and Saltillo but not over New Hope.
Battle for the 4-seed is between Clarksdale and Saltillo. Clarksdale is in with a win no matter how the Saltillo game turns out since they hold the tiebreaker over Saltillo head-to-head. Saltillo needs to win over New Hope AND need Clarksdale to lose to Center Hill (to have the better record outright). Saltillo can also get in regardless of their result if Center Hill beats Clarksdale by two points or more. If Saltillo loses and that happens, it'll force a 3-way tie. Tiebreaker two cannot break it because each team had the same results with the rest of the region. Clarksdale is currently at +5, Saltillo is a +4, Center Hill is at -9. The most any one team can get is 12 (which is why Center Hill is eliminated from the playoffs, they can only get to +3). Saltillo is in that way if Clarksdale loses to Center Hill by at least two points.
2-5A is messy (but not as messy as last year...)
1-seed is Pearl outright. They hold a 2 game lead over the rest of 2-5A.
2-seed will be whoever wins between Ridgeland and Germantown. Winner hosts West Point.
3-seed is tougher:
3 goes to Callaway if Germantown wins AND EITHER Callaway wins OR Callaway loses AND Neshoba Central wins.
3 goes to Ridgeland if they lose AND Neshoba Central loses AND Callaway loses.
3 goes to Germantown if they lose.
4-seed is a mess (this is who Oxford hosts in two weeks):
4 goes to Callaway if they lose AND EITHER Ridgeland wins OR Germantown wins AND Neshoba Central loses.
4 goes to Ridgeland if they lose AND EITHER Callaway wins AND Neshoba Central loses OR Callaway loses AND Neshoba Central wins.
4 goes to Neshoba Central is they win AND Ridgeland loses AND Callaway wins
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