NKY Coaches Poll Week 4

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    NKY Coaches Poll Week 4

    NKY Coaches Poll
    KY Boys Soccer: Week 4
    1. Covington Catholic ( 1 ) 19
    1. Ryle ( 1 ) 19
    3. Highlands 16
    4. St Henry 13
    5. Calvary Christian 11
    6. Newport Catholic 8
    7. Cooper 7
    7. Simon Kenton 7
    9. Dixie Heights 4
    10. Campbell County 3
    Others: Brossart 2, Conner 1
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    Explain to me how SK is only #7? They beat NCC, tied Cov Cath, and only Lost to Ryle 1-0. Seems like they should be in the top 5 for sure. Ncc and St Henry are both ahead of them and shouldn't be.

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    2 coaches voting? What a joke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MentschTrachtGottLacht View Post
    2 coaches voting? What a joke.
    Tough to get more media coverage for soccer when the coaches don't even promote it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MentschTrachtGottLacht View Post
    2 coaches voting? What a joke.
    Could not agree more - rankings matter. It's a slap in the face to every young man who works his tail off to play soccer and contribute to their team's success that their coach can't take the time to vote.

    No real excuse for coaches not to participate - even if they haven't seen each team in person there are enough head-to-head results available to make informed decisions.

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    The Enquirer sends the voting instructions to the ADs or other school administrator. They likely do this because they only have to send out 1 email to all ADs and take care of all the sports. The responsibility then falls on the AD to pass along the voting instructions to each coach so they can vote.

    I think it may be more likely that ADs aren't passing along the information to coaches, or at least not in a timely manner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StudsUp View Post
    The Enquirer sends the voting instructions to the ADs or other school administrator. They likely do this because they only have to send out 1 email to all ADs and take care of all the sports. The responsibility then falls on the AD to pass along the voting instructions to each coach so they can vote.

    I think it may be more likely that ADs aren't passing along the information to coaches, or at least not in a timely manner.
    Well if this is true, you can rest assured that Highlands coach did not vote.

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    Cch - Ryle- calvary- sk, highland, st Henry, Cooper, ncc, CC then Dixie

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    Coaches (and ADs) can defend themselves, but I would not jump to any conclusions as to why most of them did not vote. And does it really matter? Similar to end of the season awards which I understand are voted on by the coaches, each year are dictated a bit by favoritism, reputation (some are warranted, others not so much) and come down to more of a years of service awards then anything else.

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