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played each other, Step 1 will be used to determine the qualifier for the State Play-offs and/or get the higher seed. 4- If a tie still exists, the team or teams with the greatest number of wins over first and second division teams will be selected and/or given the higher seed. If only two teams remain after this step and the two teams have played each other, Step 1 will be used to determine the qualifier for the State Play-offs and/or get the higher seed. 5- If two or more teams have identical point averages and are tired for one or both of the remaining qualifying spots and/or higher seed, the team or teams playing the greatest number of first division teams will be selected and/or given the higher seed. If only two teams remain after this step and the two teams tied have played each other, Step 1 will be used to determine the qualifier for the State Play-offs and/or get the higher seed. 6- If the tie still exists, the team’s opponents’ wins and losses will be totaled and the winning percentages calculated. The team whose opponents have the highest percentage based on this calculation will be selected as the qualifier for the State Play-offs and/or get the higher seed.

EXAMPLE Team A

Team B

5-4

5-4

6-3

7-2

2-7

6-3

9-0

5-4

3-6

6-3

5-4

5-4

2-7

6-3

6-3

9-0

9-0

0-9

47-34(.580) 49-32(.605)

Team B would be the play-off qualifier and/or higher seed because the teams on its schedule had a winning percentage of .605. Team A’s opponents had a winning percentage of .580

7- If the tie still exists, the State Play-off qualifier and/or higher seed will be decided by a coin flip in the NSAA office. The schools will be notified of the situation prior to the coin flip.

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