Pebble Hills JV beat Eastwood JV 43-18.
Do you think JV wins are good indicators of a team's success?
Or do wins at the JV level really don't matter as players eventually get bigger, faster, smarter, etc... and players have better or worse coaching at the varsity level?
What do you we make of JV games? Anything of value to take from this level?
Answer to your question is no but also yes.
In my opinion... JV successes usually indicates depth from program to program, not necessarily future Varsity success. I like to see that "depth" show itself in the JV sophomores playing on the O and D lines as well as a few skill guys developing their bodies for Varsity play. If that "depth" is in those areas, then I'm more inclined to believe it will translate into Varsity wins in the future.
In the case of Pebble Hills,I Would say yes. Pebble hills were staked with Seniors this year. A lot of talent had to go to JV. Next year should be good with remaining Varsity-Juniors along with JV moving up the ranks.
I would say no. I think freshman is a better indicator. Usually the better sophomores move up.