Central- Bismarck, Owatonna, Coulee Region, and Alexandria are all still in the hunt and will make the mid-season very interesting for the Central. Aberdeen and Austin are going to take their lumps, but come back strong for next year.
North-The Bandits were given a gift when being moved to the North and will run away with the division championship. The battle of the rest will see Motor City leading Springy, Michigan, TC, and Janesville. Chicago will firmly placed above the hapless Falcons.
South-This was the leagues toughest division but the Tornado is turning the race into a yawner. Amarillo and Topeka have the guns to compete and we expect to see another traditional season ending slump from Wichita Falls. Corpus Christi has the power to make a move but New Mexico is going to be firmly entrenched at the basement.
West-What a log jam and by far the league"ôs most competitive division. Alaska, Fairbanks, Wenatchee, Kenai River, and Fresno all have their eye on the prize. Dawson Creek may have underestimated the level of play in the league, but has access to the talent needed to make a run.
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