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High School Football Rankings

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rank    school rating      won    lost    tied    total
scored   
total
allowed
    1   CABELL MIDLAND 15.29   7 0 0 297 102
    2   MARTINSBURG 12.43   6 1 0 377 106
    3   HUNTINGTON 12.17   5 1 0 188 47
    4   GEORGE WASHINGTON 12.00   5 1 0 262 101
    5   UNIVERSITY 11.43   6 1 0 210 77
    6   MORGANTOWN 11.17   5 1 0 233 160
    7   ELKINS 11.00   6 1 0 291 194
    8   OAK HILL 10.67   5 1 0 246 90
    9   MUSSELMAN 9.71   5 2 0 280 144
    10   HURRICANE 9.67   4 2 0 188 124
    10   LOGAN 9.67   5 1 0 184 81
    12   CAPITAL 8.67   4 2 0 224 121
    13   POINT PLEASANT 8.17   4 2 0 176 96
    14   WOODROW WILSON 8.14   4 3 0 221 223
    15   PARKERSBURG SOUTH 7.86   4 3 0 172 219
    16   HAMPSHIRE 7.83   4 2 0 198 97
    17   LEWIS COUNTY 7.71   5 2 0 255 75
    18   SPRING VALLEY 7.67   3 3 0 146 149
    19   SOUTH CHARLESTON 7.57   4 3 0 246 179
    20   WHEELING PARK 7.43   4 3 0 242 182
    21   PARKERSBURG 7.14   4 3 0 169 233
    22   RIPLEY 5.43   3 4 0 151 166
    23   SHADY SPRING 4.67   3 3 0 180 151
    24   GREENBRIER EAST 4.33   2 4 0 186 239
    25   HEDGESVILLE 4.17   2 4 0 91 175
    26   NITRO 4.00   2 4 0 137 220
    27   WINFIELD 3.86   2 5 0 98 219
    28   JOHN MARSHALL 3.50   2 4 0 129 178
    29   BROOKE 2.33   1 5 0 120 243
    29   WASHINGTON 2.33   1 5 0 91 221
    31   JEFFERSON 2.00   1 5 0 88 259
    31   RIVERSIDE 2.00   1 5 0 168 235
    33   PRINCETON 1.71   1 6 0 152 293
    34   PRESTON 1.50   1 5 0 85 235
    35   BUCKHANNON-UPSHUR 1.29   1 6 0 129 246
    36   LINCOLN COUNTY 0.00   0 6 0 66 287
    36   ST. ALBANS 0.00   0 7 0 156 312

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rank    school rating      won    lost    tied    total
scored   
total
allowed
    1   WAYNE 11.50   6 0 0 330 81
    2   BRIDGEPORT 11.43   6 1 0 203 84
    3   FRANKFORT 10.00   6 0 0 277 98
    4   SCOTT 9.86   6 1 0 226 130
    5   BLUEFIELD 9.83   5 1 0 300 156
    6   KEYSER 9.50   5 1 0 222 55
    7   ROBERT C. BYRD 9.29   6 1 0 304 81
    8   RITCHIE COUNTY 8.14   5 2 0 166 134
    9   WYOMING EAST 7.57   5 2 0 163 96
    10   MINGO CENTRAL 7.17   4 2 0 153 142
    11   PETERSBURG 6.67   4 2 0 137 191
    12   WEBSTER COUNTY 6.29   4 3 0 194 171
    13   LIBERTY (RALEIGH) 6.17   4 2 0 161 160
    14   ROANE COUNTY 6.00   3 3 0 129 131
    15   BRAXTON COUNTY 5.86   4 3 0 133 136
    15   WESTSIDE 5.86   4 3 0 216 195
    17   SISSONVILLE 5.67   3 3 0 151 145
    18   SUMMERS COUNTY 5.57   4 3 0 214 174
    19   CHAPMANVILLE 5.43   4 3 0 148 158
    20   RIVER VIEW 5.29   4 3 0 156 138
    21   NICHOLAS COUNTY 5.17   3 3 0 107 127
    22   OAK GLEN 5.00   4 3 0 168 177
    23   PHILIP BARBOUR 4.71   3 4 0 164 156
    23   TOLSIA 4.71   3 4 0 114 131
    25   CLAY COUNTY 3.83   2 4 0 127 116
    26   MOUNT VIEW 3.71   3 4 0 129 155
    27   RAVENSWOOD 3.67   2 4 0 166 192
    28   POCA 3.57   2 5 0 154 190
    29   FAIRMONT SENIOR 3.50   2 4 0 84 157
    29   GRAFTON 3.50   2 4 0 126 200
    31   EAST FAIRMONT 3.17   2 4 0 89 160
    32   INDEPENDENCE 2.83   2 4 0 126 202
    33   LIBERTY (HARRISON) 2.57   2 5 0 151 186
    34   JAMES MONROE 2.29   2 5 0 106 168
    35   LINCOLN 1.83   1 5 0 117 250
    36   HERBERT HOOVER 1.43   1 6 0 99 256
    37   BERKELEY SPRINGS 0.00   0 7 0 57 315
    37   NORTH MARION 0.00   0 7 0 96 277
    37   PIKEVIEW 0.00   0 7 0 94 277
    37   WEIR 0.00   0 7 0 75 277

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rank    school rating      won    lost    tied    total
scored   
total
allowed
    1   TUCKER COUNTY 9.57   7 0 0 270 80
    2   WAHAMA 9.00   7 0 0 277 94
    3   GREENBRIER WEST 8.57   6 1 0 256 84
    4   VALLEY (FAYETTE) 8.50   6 0 0 200 97
    5   BUFFALO 8.00   5 1 0 197 69
    6   CLAY-BATTELLE 7.86   7 0 0 333 105
    6   MAGNOLIA 7.86   6 1 0 223 102
    8   MADONNA 7.67   5 1 0 250 62
    8   ST. MARYS 7.67   5 1 0 224 94
    10   MEADOW BRIDGE 7.43   6 1 0 205 91
    11   WIRT COUNTY 6.50   4 2 0 228 114
    12   EAST HARDY 6.33   5 1 0 231 70
    13   TUG VALLEY 6.14   5 2 0 191 139
    14   BISHOP DONAHUE 6.00   5 2 0 268 115
    15   DODDRIDGE COUNTY 5.86   5 2 0 197 138
    16   WHEELING CENTRAL CATHOLIC 5.29   4 3 0 144 123
    17   MOOREFIELD 5.00   3 3 0 191 167
    18   NOTRE DAME 4.67   3 3 0 152 206
    19   WILLIAMSTOWN 4.50   3 3 0 162 125
    20   MIDLAND TRAIL 4.43   4 3 0 132 162
    21   CAMERON 4.00   4 3 0 225 215
    22   SOUTH HARRISON 3.67   3 3 0 135 110
    23   PARKERSBURG CATHOLIC 3.57   3 4 0 124 162
    23   RICHWOOD 3.57   3 4 0 171 188
    25   MONTCALM 3.17   3 3 0 174 153
    26   PENDLETON COUNTY 3.14   3 4 0 163 155
    27   MAN 2.29   2 5 0 115 174
    27   POCAHONTAS COUNTY 2.29   2 5 0 74 175
    29   CALHOUN COUNTY 2.14   2 5 0 116 309
    30   GILMER COUNTY 1.86   2 5 0 130 232
    31   TYLER CONSOLIDATED 1.33   1 5 0 145 233
    32   SHERMAN 1.17   1 5 0 93 192
    32   VAN 1.17   1 5 0 76 188
    34   HANNAN 1.00   1 5 0 78 199
    35   PADEN CITY 0.86   1 6 0 110 329
    35   VALLEY (WETZEL) 0.86   1 6 0 131 242
    37   FAYETTEVILLE 0.00   0 7 0 92 227
    37   HUNDRED 0.00   0 7 0 142 365
    37   TYGARTS VALLEY 0.00   0 6 0 67 268
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