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SOC Volleyball Glance

Coaches Poll

(First-place votes in parentheses)

TeamPoints

1. Ashland (6)48

— 2. North Medford (2)40

2. Roseburg40

4. Eagle Point28

5. Grants Pass24

6. South Medford21

7. Crater12

8. Klamath Union11

Final 2002 Standings

TeamRecord

1. Ashland14-0

2. Roseburg10-4

3. North Medford*9-5

3. Crater*9-5

5. Eagle Point6-8

6. South Medford5-9

7. Grants Pass3-11

8. Klamath Union0-14

* ' North beat Crater in a playoff to determine the SOC's third and fourth seeds for the postseason.

Past SOC Champions

2001 '

Roseburg (13-1)

2000 '

North Medford (14-0)

1999 '

Ashland (14-0)

1998 '

North Medford (13-1)

1997 '

Roseburg (14-2)

1996 '

Roseburg/North Medford (14-2)

1995 '

North Medford (16-0)

1994 '

Ashland (15-1)

1993 '

Ashland (15-1)

1992 '

Ashland (15-1)

1991 '

Ashland/North Medford (14-2)

1990 '

Ashland/North Medford (14-2)

1989 '

Ashland (16-0)

1988 '

North Division: Crater (11-2); South Division: Ashland (13-0)

1987 '

North: Roseburg (11-1); South: Ashland/North Medford (11-1)

1986 '

Roseburg/Hidden Valley/Crater (13-3)

1985 '

Ashland (14-2)

1984 '

Ashland (14-2)

Postseason Openers

SOC No. — '

Earns one of nine automatic berths in the 16-team Class 4A state tournament, which begins Oct. 31 at the Chiles Center in Portland. The Metro League champion will be one of three other teams in the SOC winner's preliminary group, Pool 3.

SOC No. 2 '

Hosts a third-round playoff match on Oct. 27. A victory secures a spot in state-tournament Pool 1, which the Three Rivers League and Pac-9 Conference champions will headline.

SOC No. — '

Travels to Metro League No. — in a second-round playoff match Oct. 25. A victory brings a third-round match at Intermountain Conference No. 2 on Oct. 27. A second win means the state tournament and Pool 4.

SOC No. 4 '

Hosts Midwestern League No. 4 in the playoff's opening round Oct. 23. A victory earns a trip to Pac-9 Conference No. — for the second round, and another secures a date at Portland Interscholastic League No. 2 in the third round. A state-tournament berth in Pool — would follow.