By the numbers, that's the simplest breakdown of what remains of the fall season - the last football team to have a chance at an 11th game, Juniata, was taken out of the running when the Indians didn't get the help they needed from Somerset Saturday.
Juniata's girls soccer team also was eliminated in one of three marathon district championship games played Saturday, but both of East Juniata's soccer teams, along with field hockey and boys soccer from Greenwood, were guaranteed state bracket play regardless of the outcomes of their respective district championships.
The first round is played today, with quarterfinals in all brackets on Saturday. All tournaments are single elimination.
Here are the first-round matchups:
Who: Greenwood vs. Line Mountain
Game info: 6 p.m. at Hershey High School
Records: Greenwood 17-3-1; Line Mountain 17-5
The story: The Wildcats are coming into the state bracket as the District 3 runner-up for the second straight year, but with a different path.
Last year, Greenwood stayed in the eastern bracket, playing District 2 powerhouse Crestwood first and then falling to Villa Maria, the eventual state runner-up.
This year, a date with the District 4 runner-up is first. The Eagles, who finished third behind Tri-Valley League champ Greenwood (including two losses to the Wildcats) in the regular season, had to play on Sunday, an oddity created by the fact that Districts 4 and 11 share a bracket spot this year between their runners-up.
If the Wildcats advance, they draw the winner between the two western entries, Forbes Road and Shady Side Academy.
Who: East Juniata vs. Trinity
Game info: 7 p.m. at Balls Mills complex, Williamsport
Records: East Juniata 20-2; Trinity 15-4-1
The story: The East Juniata boys have become accustom to championships over the past several seasons.
In their trophy case? How about four straight Tri-Valley League titles and District 4 championships. That also means the Tigers have been to states the last four years. A year ago, in a quest to reach the state final four for the first time since 2002, the Juniata County squad made it to the quarterfinals in Class A.
In that game, however, the Tigers fell victim to District 1's New-Hope Solebury - now the two-time defending state champs - to end the season at 16-1-1.
Here in 2012, the Tigers will face District 3's third-place team, Trinity, in the opening round. The Shamrocks were winners over another TVL team, Lancaster Country Day, to reach states.
If the Tigers go on to win, they would draw either District 12's Masterman or get a rematch with District 1 champ New-Hope Solebury, which eliminated Plumstead Christian in a game played Monday due to lingering effects of Hurricane Sandy.
Who: Greenwood vs. Benton
Game info: 7 p.m. at Lower Dauphin Middle School, Hummelstown
Records: Greenwood 19-2; Benton 18-3-1
The story: So far, it's been a year of firsts for the Greenwood boys soccer team. And the Wildcats may just be getting started.
Following their first District 3 crown in school history - a 3-1 win over Biglerville Saturday - the Wildcats are handed Benton. Known as the Tigers, Benton scraped into the state bracket after a second-place finish in District 4. Benton fell to East Juniata in the district title game 7-0.
Led by Josh Ferguson, the Wildcats have produced some serious offense this season, including goal tallies of 13 (twice), 12 and 11. And the Wildcats have had a batch of shutouts in front of veteran keeper Ryan Kerstetter.
If Greenwood advances against the Tigers, it would have a Saturday quarterfinal date with either Mountain View or Williams Valley. Mountain View was the first-place team in District 2, while Williams Valley was the champion of District 11.
Who: East Juniata vs. Tulpehocken
Game info: 5 p.m. at Hamburg
Records: East Juniata 16-4-1; Tulpehocken 21-1-1
The story: This year was East Juniata's first trip to the District 4 finals, although they've made the bracket the past five seasons.
Under the direction of coach Lori Goodling, the Tigers have clawed their way through the postseason thus far. The Tigers got an overtime goal against Millville from McKayla Goodling to lift them to the final. Then, on Saturday, East Juniata fell in penalty kicks to Loyalsock for the title. Talk about some close calls.
Today's bout is with Tulpehocken, the District 3 champion. Tulpehocken did not qualify for the state tournament a year ago. Last year's District 4 runner-up - Warrior Run, which also lost to Loyalsock in the finals - went on to win the state title.
If the East Juniata girls advance, it'll have a matchup with Minersville or Conwell Egan. Those two teams were winners of Districts 11 and 12, respectively.