SALT LAKE CITY — As madness descends upon the country this week, we begin our latest bracket challenge that pits the state's largest high schools against each other.
As mentioned in a preview article last week, we've narrowed it down to 64 schools from the state's three largest classifications — 6A, 5A and 4A — after compiling your votes.
Each school was seeded based on the number of votes they received and then slated into its appropriate position in the bracket. Davis High School in Kaysville is the No. 1 overall seed and will represent the North Region, with Weber, Hillcrest and American Fork as the other No. 1 seeds.
So which school do you vote for this year? We just want to know which one you think is the best, in whatever means you find necessary to determine that. Maybe you love the school's architecture, or maybe the teachers there are top notch — you decide.
Have some fun with it! Tell your friends and see if you can get your school to go all the way. Voting will go through the day Wednesday and end at midnight.
If you can't see the above voting, click here.