First I would like to say that I am disappointed that the AIA has placed River Valley in Division III based on their previous success. Success brought River Valley into the premier ranks of Div. IV and they should remain in Div. IV because not every school will necessarily continue that success at a higher level. As you say, perhaps River Valley will not be as powerful as in the past, but they could still be competitive in Division IV. Why risk ruining success by continually being pounded by Division III competition on a down year? River Valley is a successful program and should have no problem winning games. With that said, with Kingman High School's declining enrollment expected to be under 1000 this coming year, we would like to continue scheduling River Valley, Mohave, Parker, and now Lee Williams and Kingman Academy. Lake Havasu is too huge now and we would rather not schedule them. But to answer your question, If Lake Havasu were to schedule all the schools, it would take the championship. Otherwise, Lee Williams will probably be the winner. They will have seniors for the first time. About 40 seniors will return on Varsity.
"The reason I didn't like to throw on first and ten, was because I hated second and ten." - The Legendary Ray Smith.