The first power points come out the week of Sept. 24, giving every team an early read on where it stands in the playoff race.It will be interesting to see how many teams from the newly formed 5A-II Pima Region make the postseason. Given the weakness of three other 5A-II regions, here’s hoping all five — Horizon, Desert Ridge, Pinnacle, Skyline and Marcos de Niza — make it.No. 3 Marcos and No. 4 Pinnacle seem like shoe-ins, and Desert Ridge’s schedule should put it in the hunt. Horizon has lost a pair of games to 5A-I teams but should gain significant power points from those games. Don’t count out a Steve Casey-coached team.Skyline looks to have the toughest road, but a win tonight against Glendale Mountain Ridge could be all the Coyotes need to punch their ticket. The Pima is easily the toughest region in 5A-II. It should reap the rewards come November.