To qualify for state playoffs, the top four (4) representatives from each region will enter the post season playoffs. The
first place region team shall represent a number one seed, the second place region team shall represent a number two
seed, the third place region team shall represent a three seed and the fourth place region team shall represent the
The following tie-breaking procedures will be used:
(a) If the teams played during the regular season, the winner of the game will have the higher placement.
(b) If the tie cannot be broken with head-to-head competition, then the percentage of wins in all games with
teams in the same classification will be considered with the higher percentage team having the higher
(1) Region games are added into this consideration.
(2) Wins are divided by the total number of games.
(c) If the tie remains after both "a" and "b" Â has been considered and both teams have qualified for a playoff
spot, the region will determine the placement of the teams that are tied.
(d) If the tie remains after both "a" and "b" has been considered and there is a playoff spot for only one team, the two teams that are tied will meet in a GMSAA Tie-Breaker Game.
(1) The schools shall meet at a site selected by the Executive Director for a playoff on the Monday
night after the end of the regular season.
(2) The two teams will play a GMSAA Tie-breaker Mini-game, and the winning team will have the
In case there is a tie between three or more teams and there are spots for all the teams in the playoffs, the drawing shall decide the seeding of the tied teams.