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LICs and CHSFL finals: How you voted
The high school football season might be in the record books, but it's not officially over until we reveal how you voted in our "Pick the LICs and CHSFL championships" gallery.
So without further ado, here are the final results (for the purposes of this chart, "Team 1" refers to the first team listed under the "Game" column, while "Team 2" refers to the second team):
|GAME||TEAM 1 VOTES||TEAM 2 VOTES||ACTUAL RESULT|
|Floyd vs. Farmingdale (Class I LIC)||527||267||Floyd, 31-14|
|Garden City vs. Riverhead (Class II LIC)||243||140||Garden City, 29-16|
|Sayville vs. Lawrence (Class III LIC)||560||465||Lawrence, 21-20|
|Roosevelt vs. Babylon (Class IV LIC)||151||220||Babylon, 48-18|
|St. Anthony's vs. Chaminade (CHSFL Class AAA)||357||163||Chaminade, 17-16|
|St. John the Baptist vs. Xavier (CHSFL Class AA)||146||56||Xavier, 35-24|
A few tidbits from the data:
- Overall, readers went 3-3 for a .500 winning percentage, making the final postseason record 47-21 (69.1% winning percentage).
- The three games that readers missed: Lawrence's win over Sayville in Class III, Chaminade's victory over St. Anthony's in the CHSFL Class AAA championship, and Xavier's win over St. John the Baptist in the CHSFL Class AA title game.
- Readers were mostly on par with Newsday/MSG Varsity experts in the voting. Carl Reuter went 5-1 and Andy Slawson went 4-2 for the only above-.500 winning percentages of the week. Gregg Sarra and Bob Herzog each went 3-3, and Laura Albanese went 2-4.
- By percentage, readers had the most confidence in St. John the Baptist, giving them 77.2% of the total vote in that game.
-The most-voted on game of the week was the Sayville-Lawrence Class II championship showdown. That game attracted 1,025 total votes, the most of any matchup this postseason. Lawrence, the winners of that game, garnered 45.3% of the total vote.