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Farrell, Wilmington still lead PFN polls

Farrell and Wilmington remain atop the polls in their respective classes of this week’s Pennsylvania Football News rankings.

The Steelers are first in Class A and the Greyhounds, PIAA champions in 2008, in Class AA. They are the only District 10 schools ranked in PFN’s four polls.

District schools which received honorable mentions were McDowell in Class AAAA, Bradford, Cathedral Prep and Strong Vincent in Class AAA, General McLane in AA, and Linesville and Mercyhurst Prep in A.

– Mike Copper

Pennsylvania Football News High School Football Rankings

Class AAAA

Rank School (District) Record Previous

1. North Penn (1) 2-0 1

2. State College (6) 2-0 2

3. Bishop McDevitt (3) 2-0 3

4. LaSalle College (12) 2-0 4

5. Neshaminy (1) 2-0 6

6. Pittsburgh Central Catholic (7) 2-0 7

7. St. Joseph’s Prep (12) 2-0 9

8. Gateway (7) 2-0 10

9. Downingtown West (1) 2-0 OTW

10. Central Dauphin (3) 2-0 OTW

Others to watch: Abington (1) 2-0; Cardinal O’Hara (12) 2-0; Downingtown East (1) 2-0; Easton  (11) 2-0; Garnet Valley (1) 2-0; McDowell (10) 2-0; McKeesport  (7) 1-1; North Allegheny (7) 2-0; Parkland (11) 2-0; Pennsbury (1) 2-0; Quakertown (1) 2-0; Ridley (1) 2-0; Upper St. Clair (7) 2-0; Wilson (West Lawn) (3) 1-1; Woodland Hills (7) 1-1

Class AAA

Rank School (District) Record Previous

1. Thomas Jefferson (7) 2-0 1

2. Manheim Central (3) 2-0 2

3. Selinsgrove (4) 2-0 3

4. Wilson (11) 2-0 4

5. Hopewell (7) 2-0 5

6. Abington Heights (2) 2-0 6

7. Berwick  (2) 2-0 7

8. West York (3) 2-0 8

9. Bayard Rustin (1) 2-0 9

10. Pottsgrove (1) 2-0 10

Others to watch: Allentown Central Catholic (11) 2-0; Blue Mountain (11) 2-0; Bradford (9) 2-0; Cathedral Prep (10) 1-1; Chartiers Valley (7) 2-0; Cocalico (3) 2-0; ELCO (3) 2-0; Hershey (3) 2-0; Owen J. Roberts (1) 2-0; New Castle (7) 2-0; Northern York (3) 2-0; Strath Haven (1) 2-0; Strong Vincent (10) 1-1; Susquehanna Township (3) 2-0; West Mifflin (7) 2-0

Class AA

Rank School (District) Record Previous

1. Wilmington (10) 2-0 1

2. Lancaster Catholic (3) 2-0 2

3. Aliquippa (7) 2-0 3

4. West Catholic (12) 2-0 4

5. Dunmore (2) 2-0 6

6. Beaver Falls (7) 2-0 7

7. Jeannette (7) 2-0 8

8. Montoursville (4) 2-0 OTW

9. Central (Martinsburg) (6) 2-0 10

10. Burrell (7) 2-0 OTW

Others to watch: Brockway (9) 2-0; Center (7) 2-0; Ford City (7) 2-0; Forest Hills (6) 2-0; GAR Memorial (2) 2-0; General McLane (10) 2-0; Greensburg Central Catholic (7) 1-1; Hanover  (2) 2-0; McGuffey (7) 1-1; Palisades (11) 2-0; Panther Valley (11) 1-1; Seton-LaSalle (7) 2-0; Shady Side Academy (7) 2-0; Sto-Rox (7) 2-0; Tamaqua (11) 2-0

Class A

Rank School (District) Record Previous

1. Farrell (10) 2-0 1

2. Rochester  (7) 2-0 3

3. Bishop McCort (6) 2-0 4

4. Schuylkill Haven (11) 2-0 5

5. Springdale (7) 2-0 6

6. Laurel (7) 2-0 7

7. Clairton (7) 1-1 8

8. Southern Columbia (4) 1-1 2

9. Steelton-Highspire (3) 1-1 9

10. Portage  (6) 2-0 10

Others to watch: Avonworth (7) 2-0; Bellwood-Antis (6) 2-0; Bloomsburg (4) 2-0; Cameron County (9) 2-0; Clarion (9) 2-0; Conemaugh Township (5) 2-0; Fort Cherry (7) 2-0; Line Mountain (4) 2-0; Linesville (10) 2-0; Mercyhurst Prep (10) 2-0; Northwest (2) 1-1; Old Forge (2) 2-0; Serra Catholic (7) 2-0; South Side (7) 2-0; Upper Dauphin (3) 2-0; Williams Valley (11) 2-0

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