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Pennsylvania High School Football Rankings

September 10, 2009

by Jeff Fisher
Pennsylvania High School Football News

Three of the four #1 teams in the Patriot-News opened the season with wins to maintain their positions in the first regular season poll. Clairton, the pre-season top dawg in A, lost to Laurel 15-7, and fell to #7 this week…one spot behind Laurel.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette rankings saw two team fall from their #1 perch. In addition to Clairton, AAAA pre-season #1 Liberty lost its opener. North Penn, which beat the defending state champs Friday night, take over the top spot this week.

Patriot-News High School Football Rankings

CLASS AAAA
1. Pittsburgh Central Catholic 1-0, LW: #1
2. LaSalle College 1-0, LW: #2
3. Bishop McDevitt 1-0, LW: #4
4. State College 1-0, LW: #5
5. North Penn 1-0, LW: #9
6. Gateway 1-0, LW: HM
7. St. Joseph’s Prep 1-0, LW: HM
8. McKeesport 0-1, LW: #3
9. Downingtown West 1-0, LW: #8
10. Neshaminy 1-0, LW: HM

Honorable mention: Cumberland Valley (3) 1-0, George Washington (12) 0-1, Liberty (11) 0-1, McDowell (10) 1-0, Parkland (11) 1-0, Penn Hills (7) 0-1, Pennsbury (1) 1-0, Woodland Hills (7) 0-1.

CLASS AAA
1. Thomas Jefferson 1-0, LW: #1
2. Selinsgrove 1-0, LW: #2
3. Wilson Area 1-0, LW: #3
4. Erie Cathedral Prep 0-1, LW: #4
5. Manheim Central 1-0, LW: #5
6. Abington Heights 1-0, LW: #6
7. Hopewell 1-0, LW: #7
8. Pottsgrove 1-0, LW: #9
9. Bayard Rustin 1-0, LW: #10
10. Berwick 1-0, LW: HM

Honorable mention: Bok (12) 1-0, Chartiers Valley (7) 1-0, Strath Haven (1) 1-0, Strong Vincent (10) 0-1, Susquehanna Twp. (3) 1-0, Upper Moreland (1) 0-1, West York (3) 1-0.

CLASS AA
1. Greensburg Central Catholic 1-0, LW: #1
2. Lancaster Catholic 1-0, LW: #2
3. Wilmington 1-0, LW: #3
4. Beaver Falls 1-0, LW: #4
5. Dunmore 1-0, LW: #5
6. Keystone Oaks 1-0, LW: #6
7. Martinsburg Central 1-0, LW: #7
8. Montoursville 1-0, LW: #8
9. Aliquippa 1-0, LW: #9
10. General McLane 1-0, LW: NR

Honorable mention: Brockway (9) 1-0, Jeannette (7) 1-0, Northern Lehigh (11) 1-0, Sto-Rox (7) 1-0, West Catholic (12) 1-0.

CLASS A
1. Rochester 1-0, LW: #2
2. Farrell 1-0, LW: #3
3. Bishop McCort 1-0, LW: #4
4. Southern Columbia 1-0, LW: #7
5. Serra Catholic 1-0, LW: #8
6. Laurel 1-0, LW: NR
7. Clairton 0-1, LW: #1
8. Steelton-Highspire 0-1, LW: #6
9. North Catholic 0-1, LW: #5
10. Portage 1-0, LW: #10

Honorable mention: Bellwood-Antis (6) 1-0, Bloomsburg (4) 1-0, Cameron County (9) 1-0, Monessen (7) 0-1, Old Forge (2) 1-0, Schuylkill Haven (11) 1-0, Springdale (7) 1-0.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Rankings

AAAA
1. North Penn 1-0
2. Bishop McDevitt 1-0
3. Pittsburgh Central Catholic 1-0
4. State College 1-0
5. La Salle 1-0

AAA
1. Thomas Jefferson 1-0
2. Selinsgrove 1-0
3. Manheim Central 1-0
4. Berwick 1-0
5. Wilson Area 1-0

AA
1. Lancaster Catholic 1-0
2. Greensburg Central Catholic 1-0
3. Wilmington 1-0
4. Beaver Falls 1-0
5. Dunmore 1-0

A
1. Schuylkill Haven 1-0
2. Rochester 1-0
3. Steelton-Highspire 0-1
4. Southern Columbia 1-0
5. Springdale 1-0

Wilmington Wins PA AA Title in Double OT

December 14, 2008

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle

Wilmington captured Pennsylvania’s AA state championship with a 35-34 double overtime win over heavily favored West Catholic from Philadelphia. The Greyhounds weren’t given much a chance against the Burrs, who entered the game having beaten playoff opponents by an average of over 40 points a game. It was the third time in the last four games that Wilmington needed overtime to win. Click here for game story.

Pennsylvania High School Football Scoreboard – Week 10

November 2, 2008

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle

For the first time ever, the Philadelphia Catholic League football teams will be eligible to play for Pennsylvania high school football championships this season, and with that in mind, it’s time to turn a little focus to the southeast part of the state, which has cranked-out a lot of great teams over the years that could only settling for a city championship.

The post-season got underway Saturday and the first team to qualify for the state tourney is West Catholic, which is ranked #4 by the Harrisburg Patriot-News in Class AA, won the Philadelphia Catholic League AA title with a solid 56-7 win over Archbishop Carroll.

Pennsylvania High School Football Scores
Saturday, November 1, 2008

Eastern PA

Philadelphia Catholic League
Class AAA Semifinals

Conwell-Egan 17, Philadelphia North Catholic 14
Monsignor Bonner 24, Archbishop Ryan 7

Class AA Championship

Philadelphia West Catholic 56, Archbishop Carroll 7

Philadelphia Public League
Class AAAA Semifinals

Northeast 3, Frankford 0
Washington 38, Overbrook 0

Class AAA Semifinals

Dobbins 26, William Penn 6
Mastbaum 28, Roxborough 13

Class AA Championship

Bok 32, Benjamin Franklin 12

Class A Championship

Communications Tech 26, Del-Val Charter 0

Regular Season
Academy of New Church 36, George School 20
Allentown Dieruff 53, Allentown Allen 0
Bangor 7, Pen Argyl 0, OT
Bethlehem Liberty 20, Bethlehem Freedom 14
Canton 21, Troy 17
Cheltenham 35, Plymouth Whitemarsh 14
Council Rock North 20, Council Rock South 18
Crestwood 42, Holy Redeemer 14
Downingtown West 54, Bishop Shanahan 14
Erie McDowell 42, Harrisburg Bishop McDevitt 28
Great Valley 38, Kennett 14
Harrisburg 55, Altoona 7
Haverford School 12, Germantown Academy 0
Jenkintown 34, Pennington Prep, N.J. 29
Kennard-Dale 29, Susquehannock 24
Lake-Lehman 27, Dallas 22
Lewisburg 41, Warrior Run 14
Lourdes Regional 14, Columbia-Montour Vo-Tech 12
Malvern Prep 55, Penn Charter 21
Neumann-Goretti 25, Cardinal Dougherty 0
Old Forge 56, Susquehanna 24
Spring-Ford 29, St. Pius X 8
Upper Moreland 34, Norristown 0
Wilson 45, Notre Dame-Green Pond 0
Wyoming Valley West 28, Wilkes-Barre Couglin 13

Western PA
District 6 Playoffs
Class A First Round

Homer-Center 42, Blacklick Valley 22
Laurel Valley 14, Northern Cambira 6
Mount Union 41, Blairsville 28

Regular Season
Harrisburg 55, Altoona 7
Erie McDowell 42, Harrisburg Bishop McDevitt 28
Kiski School 36, Mercersburg Academy 34
Greenville 38, Slippery Rock 31

Pennsylvania High School Football Scoreboard – Week 10

November 2, 2008

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle

For the first time ever, the Philadelphia Catholic League football teams will be eligible to play for Pennsylvania high school football championships this season, and with that in mind, it’s time to turn a little focus to the southeast part of the state, which has cranked-out a lot of great teams over the years that could only settling for a city championship.

The post-season got underway Saturday and the first team to qualify for the state tourney is West Catholic, which is ranked #4 by the Harrisburg Patriot-News in Class AA, won the Philadelphia Catholic League AA title with a solid 56-7 win over Archbishop Carroll.

Pennsylvania High School Football Scores
Saturday, November 1, 2008

Eastern PA

Philadelphia Catholic League
Class AAA Semifinals

Conwell-Egan 17, Philadelphia North Catholic 14
Monsignor Bonner 24, Archbishop Ryan 7

Class AA Championship

Philadelphia West Catholic 56, Archbishop Carroll 7

Philadelphia Public League
Class AAAA Semifinals

Northeast 3, Frankford 0
Washington 38, Overbrook 0

Class AAA Semifinals

Dobbins 26, William Penn 6
Mastbaum 28, Roxborough 13

Class AA Championship

Bok 32, Benjamin Franklin 12

Class A Championship

Communications Tech 26, Del-Val Charter 0

Regular Season
Academy of New Church 36, George School 20
Allentown Dieruff 53, Allentown Allen 0
Bangor 7, Pen Argyl 0, OT
Bethlehem Liberty 20, Bethlehem Freedom 14
Canton 21, Troy 17
Cheltenham 35, Plymouth Whitemarsh 14
Council Rock North 20, Council Rock South 18
Crestwood 42, Holy Redeemer 14
Downingtown West 54, Bishop Shanahan 14
Erie McDowell 42, Harrisburg Bishop McDevitt 28
Great Valley 38, Kennett 14
Harrisburg 55, Altoona 7
Haverford School 12, Germantown Academy 0
Jenkintown 34, Pennington Prep, N.J. 29
Kennard-Dale 29, Susquehannock 24
Lake-Lehman 27, Dallas 22
Lewisburg 41, Warrior Run 14
Lourdes Regional 14, Columbia-Montour Vo-Tech 12
Malvern Prep 55, Penn Charter 21
Neumann-Goretti 25, Cardinal Dougherty 0
Old Forge 56, Susquehanna 24
Spring-Ford 29, St. Pius X 8
Upper Moreland 34, Norristown 0
Wilson 45, Notre Dame-Green Pond 0
Wyoming Valley West 28, Wilkes-Barre Couglin 13

Western PA
District 6 Playoffs
Class A First Round

Homer-Center 42, Blacklick Valley 22
Laurel Valley 14, Northern Cambira 6
Mount Union 41, Blairsville 28

Regular Season
Harrisburg 55, Altoona 7
Erie McDowell 42, Harrisburg Bishop McDevitt 28
Kiski School 36, Mercersburg Academy 34
Greenville 38, Slippery Rock 31

Pennsylvania Playoffs Begin

October 31, 2008

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle

The eastern half of Pennsylvania wraps-up the regular season Friday night, while the western half of the state begins the post-season.

The WPIAL takes center stage out west with some of the best teams in the state ready to take one of the toughest trips to the state title games in Hershey in December. The WPIAL champ wins a spot in the state semifinals.

In the latest Patriot-News high school football rankings, three WPIAL teams are ranked #1 going into the post-season. Gateway, which ranked #3 by USA Today, is the top dog in AAAA, while Thomas Jefferson is #1 in Class AAA and Beaver Falls is ranked #1 in AA. Steelton-Highspire in Harrisburg is #1 team in the state’s small classification.

Click here for a great story from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for a story on the evolution of the WPIAL playoffs.

WPIAL Playoffs Opening Round

Class AAAA
Penn-Trafford vs. Pittsburgh Central Catholic
Pine-Richland at Penn Hills
Mt. Lebanon at Gateway
Upper St. Clair at McKeesport
Hempfield at Bethel Park
Shaler at Canon-McMillan
Fox Chapel at North Hills
Woodland Hills at North Allegheny

Class AAA
Marts at Chartiers Valley
Union at Thomas Jefferson
Laurel Highlands at Highlands
Trinity at Indiana
Hopewell at Greensburg Salem
Montour at Yough
Franklin Regional at New Castle
Ringgold at Blackhawk

Class AA
Bishop Canevin at Shady Side Academy
Keystone Oaks at Ford City
Beaver Area at Sto-Rox
Center at Seton-LaSalle
Freeport at Greensburg Central Catholic
Valley at Jeannette
East Allegheny at Aliquippa
McGuffey at Beaver Falls

Class A
Carmichaels at Monaca
Chartiers-Houston at Rochester
Brentwood at Clairton
North Catholic at Fort Cherry
California at Avonworth
South Side Beaver at Springdale
Serra Catholic at Monessen
Western Beaver at Beth-Center

Pennsylvania High School Football Scoreboard – Week 9

October 26, 2008

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle

It wasn’t a good day all around for Jeannette high school football. At the same time that the former star quarterback Terrelle Pryor and his Ohio St. Buckeyes was losing to Penn St., his former teammates were watching their 24-game win streak go up in smoke with a 28-14 loss to Greensburg Central Catholic. Jeannette (8-1) entered the game ranked #3 in AA in the latest Harrisburg Patriot-News high school football rankings, Greensburg CC (9-0) was #7. For a game wrap-up, click here.

Pennsylvania High School Football Scores
Saturday, October 25, 2008

Eastern PA
Abington Heights 40, Tunkhannock 21
Academy of New Church 52, Pennington 12
Archbishop Wood 26, North Catholic 0
Baynard Rustin 14, Great Valley 7
Ben Franklin 22, Imhotep Charter 0
Biglerville 48, York Co. Tech 8
Blair Academy 26, Hill School 14
Chester 16, Caravel 7
Chestnut Hill 31, Haverford School 16
Communications Tech 46, Prep Charter 0
Conwell-Egan 17, Archbishop Ryan 7
Del-Val Charter 24, High School of Future 0
Line Mountain 49, Mount Zion Christian (MD) 6
Lower Moreland 27, Jenkintown 14
Methacton 41, St. Pius X 19
Neshaminy 35, Bensalem 21
Northampton 17, Bethlehem Catholic 0
Owen J. Roberts 27, Perkiomen 26
Penn Wood 26, Chichester 13
Pius X 52, Sussex Technical 16
Susquenita 20, Scotland 14
Valley View 28 Scranton Prep 13
York Suburban 18, Kennard-Dale 15

Western PA
Bishop Walsh, Md. 36, Conemaugh Valley 18
Blacklick Valley 51, Rockwood 20
Farrell 68, Conneaut Lake 8
Greensburg Central Catholic 28, Jeannette 14
Grove City 42, Warren 13
Lakeview 32, Kennedy Catholic 0
Mars 28, Knoch 0
North Star 47, Ferndale 7
Schenley 41, Carrick 12
South Side Beaver 21, Western Beaver 14
Western Reserve Academy, Ohio 44, Kiski School 41

Pennsylvania High School Football Rankings

October 15, 2008

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


Only one new team entered the Harrisburg Patriot-News Pennsylvania high school football rankings this week. It was a relatively quiet week with the biggest moves coming in Class AAAA where Cardinal O’Hara dropped six spots to #10 after a 28-22 overtime win over Archbishop Ryan and in Class A where former #3 Southern Columbia was pounded 47-7 by Seilinsgrove, the #6 team in Class AAA. Camp Hill is the only new team in the four classes, entering the Class A Top 10 at #10.

At the top of the stack is Gateway, which is ranked #3 nationally by USA Today.

Here are the rankings…CLASS AAAA Rec Pvs

1. Gateway (7) 7-0 1
2. North Penn (1) 7-0 2
3. McKeesport (7) 6-1 3
4. Bishop McDevitt (3) 7-0 5
5. Wilson (3) 7-0 8
6. Bethel Park (7) 7-0 6
7. Liberty (11) 6-1 7
8. Emmaus (11) 7-0 9
9. State College (6) 7-0 10
10. Cardinal O’Hara (12) 7-0 4

Honorable mention: Abington (1) 6-1, Cumberland Valley (3) 6-1, Freedom (11) 6-1, Garnet Valley (1) 7-0, La Salle College (12) 5-2, Neshaminy (1) 6-1, North Hills (7) 6-1, St. Joseph’s Prep (12) 5-2, York (3) 7-0.

CLASS AAA Rec Pvs

1. Thomas Jefferson (7) 6-1 1
2. Strong Vincent (10) 7-0 2
3. Highlands (7) 7-0 3
4. Abington Heights (2) 6-1 4
5. Wilson Area (11) 7-0 5
6. Selinsgrove (4) 6-1 6
7. Northeast Catholic (12) 6-1 7
8. Berwick (2) 6-1 8
9. Hollidaysburg (6) 6-1 10
10. Mechanicsburg (3) 7-0 9

Honorable mention: Bayard Rustin (1) 6-1, Brashear (8) 7-0, Clearfield (9) 6-1, Great Valley (1) 6-1, Greencastle-Antrim (3) 7-0, Henderson (1) 5-2, Manheim Central (3) 5-2, New Castle (7) 4-3, Pottsgrove (1) 6-1, Upper Moreland (1) 6-1, West York (3) 6-1.

CLASS AA Rec Pvs

1. Beaver Falls (7) 7-0 1
2. Dunmore (2) 7-0 2
3. Jeannette (7) 7-0 3
4. West Catholic (12) 6-1 4
5. Wilmington (10) 7-0 5
6. Mount Carmel (4) 7-0 7
7. Karns City (9) 7-0 6
8. Greensburg CC (10) 7-0 8
9. Tyrone (6) 6-1 9
10. Shady Side Academy (7) 7-0 10

Honorable mention: Aliquippa (7) 5-2, Beaver Area (7) 6-1, Bok (12) 7-0, Center (7) 6-1, Central (6) 7-0, Delone (3) 7-0, Fairview (10) 5-1, Ford City (7) 6-1, Gen. McLane (10) 5-2, Keystone Oaks (7) 7-0, Lake-Lehman (2) 7-0, Lancaster Cath. (3) 6-1, Lewisburg (4) 7-0, Moniteau (9) 7-0, Montoursville (4) 6-1, North Star (5) 7-0, Panther Valley (11) 6-1, Sto-Rox (7) 7-0, Trinity (3) 6-1, Wyomissing (3) 6-1.

CLASS A Rec Pvs

1. Steel-High (3) 7-0 1
2. Riverside (2) 7-0 2
3. Rochester (7) 7-0 4
4. Clairton (7) 7-0 5
5. Schuylkill Haven (11) 7-0 6
6. Southern Columbia (4) 6-1 3
7. Bishop McCort (6) 7-0 7
8. Avonworth (7) 7-0 8
9. Portage (6) 7-0 9
10. Camp Hill (3) 6-1 NR

Honorable mention: Bellwood-Antis (6) 6-1, Cameron County (9) 7-0, Canton (4) 7-0, Curwensville (9) 6-1, Holy Name (3) 6-1, Jenkintown (1) 6-1, Monaca (7) 6-1, Mount Union (6) 6-1, North Catholic (7) 6-1, Purchase Line (6) 7-0, Redbank Valley (9) 6-1, Saegertown (10) 7-0, Williams Valley (11) 7-0.

Click here to go to the Harrisburg Patriot-News.

Pennsylvania High School Football Rankings

October 15, 2008

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


Only one new team entered the Harrisburg Patriot-News Pennsylvania high school football rankings this week. It was a relatively quiet week with the biggest moves coming in Class AAAA where Cardinal O’Hara dropped six spots to #10 after a 28-22 overtime win over Archbishop Ryan and in Class A where former #3 Southern Columbia was pounded 47-7 by Seilinsgrove, the #6 team in Class AAA. Camp Hill is the only new team in the four classes, entering the Class A Top 10 at #10.

At the top of the stack is Gateway, which is ranked #3 nationally by USA Today.

Here are the rankings…CLASS AAAA Rec Pvs

1. Gateway (7) 7-0 1
2. North Penn (1) 7-0 2
3. McKeesport (7) 6-1 3
4. Bishop McDevitt (3) 7-0 5
5. Wilson (3) 7-0 8
6. Bethel Park (7) 7-0 6
7. Liberty (11) 6-1 7
8. Emmaus (11) 7-0 9
9. State College (6) 7-0 10
10. Cardinal O’Hara (12) 7-0 4

Honorable mention: Abington (1) 6-1, Cumberland Valley (3) 6-1, Freedom (11) 6-1, Garnet Valley (1) 7-0, La Salle College (12) 5-2, Neshaminy (1) 6-1, North Hills (7) 6-1, St. Joseph’s Prep (12) 5-2, York (3) 7-0.

CLASS AAA Rec Pvs

1. Thomas Jefferson (7) 6-1 1
2. Strong Vincent (10) 7-0 2
3. Highlands (7) 7-0 3
4. Abington Heights (2) 6-1 4
5. Wilson Area (11) 7-0 5
6. Selinsgrove (4) 6-1 6
7. Northeast Catholic (12) 6-1 7
8. Berwick (2) 6-1 8
9. Hollidaysburg (6) 6-1 10
10. Mechanicsburg (3) 7-0 9

Honorable mention: Bayard Rustin (1) 6-1, Brashear (8) 7-0, Clearfield (9) 6-1, Great Valley (1) 6-1, Greencastle-Antrim (3) 7-0, Henderson (1) 5-2, Manheim Central (3) 5-2, New Castle (7) 4-3, Pottsgrove (1) 6-1, Upper Moreland (1) 6-1, West York (3) 6-1.

CLASS AA Rec Pvs

1. Beaver Falls (7) 7-0 1
2. Dunmore (2) 7-0 2
3. Jeannette (7) 7-0 3
4. West Catholic (12) 6-1 4
5. Wilmington (10) 7-0 5
6. Mount Carmel (4) 7-0 7
7. Karns City (9) 7-0 6
8. Greensburg CC (10) 7-0 8
9. Tyrone (6) 6-1 9
10. Shady Side Academy (7) 7-0 10

Honorable mention: Aliquippa (7) 5-2, Beaver Area (7) 6-1, Bok (12) 7-0, Center (7) 6-1, Central (6) 7-0, Delone (3) 7-0, Fairview (10) 5-1, Ford City (7) 6-1, Gen. McLane (10) 5-2, Keystone Oaks (7) 7-0, Lake-Lehman (2) 7-0, Lancaster Cath. (3) 6-1, Lewisburg (4) 7-0, Moniteau (9) 7-0, Montoursville (4) 6-1, North Star (5) 7-0, Panther Valley (11) 6-1, Sto-Rox (7) 7-0, Trinity (3) 6-1, Wyomissing (3) 6-1.

CLASS A Rec Pvs

1. Steel-High (3) 7-0 1
2. Riverside (2) 7-0 2
3. Rochester (7) 7-0 4
4. Clairton (7) 7-0 5
5. Schuylkill Haven (11) 7-0 6
6. Southern Columbia (4) 6-1 3
7. Bishop McCort (6) 7-0 7
8. Avonworth (7) 7-0 8
9. Portage (6) 7-0 9
10. Camp Hill (3) 6-1 NR

Honorable mention: Bellwood-Antis (6) 6-1, Cameron County (9) 7-0, Canton (4) 7-0, Curwensville (9) 6-1, Holy Name (3) 6-1, Jenkintown (1) 6-1, Monaca (7) 6-1, Mount Union (6) 6-1, North Catholic (7) 6-1, Purchase Line (6) 7-0, Redbank Valley (9) 6-1, Saegertown (10) 7-0, Williams Valley (11) 7-0.

Click here to go to the Harrisburg Patriot-News.

Pennsylvania High School Football Rankings

September 17, 2008

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


There’s a new #1 in Pennsylvania’s AA class. LaSalle’s 27-26 win over West Catholic drops the Burrs from #1 to #4 in the latest Patriot-News High School Football Rankings. Unbeaten Beaver Falls takes over the top spot, moving up one spot from last week.

In the other classes, nationally-ranked Gateway remains #1 in Class AAAA, Thomas Jefferson is still #1 in AAA and Steelton-Highspire has the top spot in A.

CLASS AAAA Rec Pvs

1. Gateway (7) 3-0 1
2. North Penn (1) 3-0 3
3. McKeesport (7) 2-1 8
4. Bethel Park (7) 3-0 4
5. St. Joseph’s Prep (12) 2-1 2
6. Cardinal O’Hara (12) 3-0 5
7. Bishop McDevitt (3) 3-0 6
8. Liberty (11) 2-1 10
9. Neshaminy (1) 2-1 9
10. Wilson (3) 3-0 NR

Honorable mention: Abington (1) 3-0, Coatesville (1) 3-0, Downingtown West (1) 3-0, Emmaus (11) 3-0, Freedom (11) 2-1, Garnet Valley (1) 3-0, Glen Mills (1) 3-0, Hazleton (2) 3-0, LaSalle College (12) 2-1, Parkland (11) 1-2, Ridley (1) 3-0, Roman Catholic (12) 1-1, Shaler (7) 3-0, State College (6) 3-0, Souderton (1) 2-1, Upper St. Clair (7) 3-0.

CLASS AAA Rec Pvs

1. Thomas Jefferson (7) 2-1 1
2. Strong Vincent (10) 3-0 2
3. Blackhawk (7) 3-0 3
4. Highlands (7) 3-0 4
5. Cathedral Prep (10) 2-1 5
6. Hopewell (7) 3-0 NR
7. Berwick (2) 3-0 8
8. Abington Heights (2) 2-1 6
9. Wilson Area (11) 3-0 NR
10. Montour (7) 2-1 NR

Honorable mention: Brashear (8) 3-0, Coughlin (2) 3-0, Elizabeth-Forward (7) 3-0, Greencastle-Antrim (3) 3-0, Hollidaysburg (6) 2-1, Mechanicsburg (3) 3-0, Northeast Catholic (12) 2-1, Northern (3) 3-0, Selinsgrove (4) 2-1, Upper Moreland (1) 3-0, West York (3) 2-1.

CLASS AA Rec Pvs

1. Beaver Falls (7) 3-0 2
2. Dunmore (2) 3-0 4
3. Jeannette (7) 3-0 5
4. West Catholic (12) 2-1 1
5. Aliquippa (7) 2-1 3
6. Wilmington (10) 3-0 7
7. Karns City (9) 3-0 6
8. Mount Carmel (4) 3-0 8
9. Tyrone (6) 3-0 9
10. Greensburg CC (10) 3-0 10

Honorable mention: Beaver Area (7) 3-0, Bok (12) 3-0, Center (7) 3-0, Central (6) 3-0, Delone Catholic (3) 3-0, Fairview (10) 3-0, Ford City (7) 3-0, Forest Hills (6) 3-0, Hughesville (4) 3-0, Huntingdon (6) 2-1, Lake-Lehman (2) 3-0, Lancaster Catholic (3) 2-1, Lewisburg (4) 3-0, Littlestown (3) 3-0, Middletown (3) 3-0, Montoursville (4) 2-1, North Star (5) 3-0, Palisades (11) 3-0, Palmerton (11) 2-1, Sharon (10) 3-0, Slippery Rock (10) 3-0, Trinity (3) 2-1.

CLASS A Rec Pvs

1. Steelton-Highspire (3) 3-0 1
2. Riverside (2) 3-0 2
3. Rochester (7) 3-0 3
4. Southern Columbia (4) 3-0 4
5. Clairton (7) 3-0 5
6. Schuylkill Haven (11) 3-0 7
7. Bishop McCort (6) 3-0 8
8. Avonworth (7) 3-0 NR
9. Serra Catholic (7) 2-1 NR
10. Portage (6) 3-0 NR

Honorable mention: Bishop Guilfoyle (6) 2-1, Bloomsburg (4) 2-1, Cameron County (9) 3-0, Conemaugh Valley (6) 3-0, Curwensville (9) 3-0, Linesville (10) 3-0, Monaca (7) 2-1, Moshannon Valley (6) 3-0, Mount Union (6) 2-1, North Catholic (7) 2-1, Saegertown (10) 3-0, Springdale (7) 1-2, Western Beaver (7) 2-1, Williams Valley (11) 3-0.

Click here to go to The High School Football Huddle for news and scores from around the country.

Pennsylvania High School Football Rankings

September 17, 2008

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


There’s a new #1 in Pennsylvania’s AA class. LaSalle’s 27-26 win over West Catholic drops the Burrs from #1 to #4 in the latest Patriot-News High School Football Rankings. Unbeaten Beaver Falls takes over the top spot, moving up one spot from last week.

In the other classes, nationally-ranked Gateway remains #1 in Class AAAA, Thomas Jefferson is still #1 in AAA and Steelton-Highspire has the top spot in A.

Click here to go to the Pennsylvania High School Football Huddle for the complete rankings.


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