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High School Football Rankings: Week 8

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CLASS 'AAA'

rank    school rating      won    lost    tied    total
scored   
total
allowed
    1   CABELL MIDLAND 15.88   8 0 0 318 115
    2   MARTINSBURG 13.13   7 1 0 399 116
    3   HUNTINGTON 12.86   6 1 0 225 65
    4   GEORGE WASHINGTON 12.71   6 1 0 317 117
    5   UNIVERSITY 12.00   7 1 0 244 77
    6   MUSSELMAN 10.50   6 2 0 336 156
    7   HURRICANE 10.29   5 2 0 232 144
    8   MORGANTOWN 10.00   5 2 0 247 180
    9   ELKINS 9.88   6 2 0 315 229
    10   OAK HILL 9.29   5 2 0 265 127
    11   WOODROW WILSON 9.25   5 3 0 251 245
    12   POINT PLEASANT 8.71   5 2 0 221 103
    12   SPRING VALLEY 8.71   4 3 0 181 162
    14   LEWIS COUNTY 8.63   6 2 0 292 94
    14   PARKERSBURG SOUTH 8.63   5 3 0 225 246
    16   SOUTH CHARLESTON 8.50   5 3 0 316 207
    16   WHEELING PARK 8.50   5 3 0 277 206
    18   LOGAN 8.29   5 2 0 202 118
    19   CAPITAL 7.57   4 3 0 237 142
    20   HAMPSHIRE 6.71   4 3 0 210 153
    21   PARKERSBURG 6.38   4 4 0 191 263
    22   SHADY SPRING 6.00   4 3 0 216 158
    23   RIPLEY 4.75   3 5 0 165 186
    24   WINFIELD 3.86   2 5 0 98 219
    25   GREENBRIER EAST 3.71   2 5 0 206 283
    26   HEDGESVILLE 3.57   2 5 0 104 223
    26   NITRO 3.57   2 5 0 165 290
    28   JOHN MARSHALL 3.14   2 5 0 129 212
    29   PRESTON 2.86   2 5 0 105 254
    30   BROOKE 2.00   1 6 0 147 296
    30   WASHINGTON 2.00   1 6 0 112 284
    32   RIVERSIDE 1.86   1 6 0 184 290
    33   ST. ALBANS 1.75   1 7 0 176 326
    34   JEFFERSON 1.71   1 6 0 94 279
    35   PRINCETON 1.63   1 7 0 165 328
    36   BUCKHANNON-UPSHUR 1.13   1 7 0 149 288
    37   LINCOLN COUNTY 0.00   0 7 0 74 336

 

CLASS 'AA'

rank    school rating      won    lost    tied    total
scored   
total
allowed
    1   WAYNE 11.86   7 0 0 379 87
    2   BRIDGEPORT 11.71   6 1 0 203 84
    3   FRANKFORT 10.57   7 0 0 324 98
    4   KEYSER 10.29   6 1 0 242 61
    5   BLUEFIELD 10.14   6 1 0 354 170
    6   SCOTT 9.88   7 1 0 266 137
    7   ROBERT C. BYRD 9.63   7 1 0 360 88
    8   RITCHIE COUNTY 8.14   5 2 0 166 134
    9   WYOMING EAST 6.63   5 3 0 170 132
    10   SUMMERS COUNTY 6.50   5 3 0 262 186
    11   ROANE COUNTY 6.43   4 3 0 163 143
    12   NICHOLAS COUNTY 6.29   4 3 0 156 135
    13   BRAXTON COUNTY 6.14   4 3 0 133 136
    13   MINGO CENTRAL 6.14   4 3 0 169 177
    15   PETERSBURG 5.86   4 3 0 137 238
    16   PHILIP BARBOUR 5.75   4 4 0 206 176
    17   WEBSTER COUNTY 5.63   4 4 0 201 209
    18   CHAPMANVILLE 5.43   4 3 0 148 158
    19   WESTSIDE 5.38   4 4 0 230 249
    20   LIBERTY (RALEIGH) 5.29   4 3 0 198 200
    20   RIVER VIEW 5.29   4 3 0 156 138
    22   CLAY COUNTY 5.00   3 4 0 154 136
    23   SISSONVILLE 4.86   3 4 0 171 172
    24   OAK GLEN 4.50   4 4 0 181 210
    25   FAIRMONT SENIOR 4.43   3 4 0 110 171
    26   INDEPENDENCE 4.14   3 4 0 166 239
    27   TOLSIA 4.13   3 5 0 120 180
    28   MOUNT VIEW 3.71   3 4 0 129 155
    28   POCA 3.71   2 5 0 154 190
    30   LIBERTY (HARRISON) 3.63   3 5 0 180 200
    31   GRAFTON 3.14   2 5 0 140 229
    31   RAVENSWOOD 3.14   2 5 0 173 237
    33   EAST FAIRMONT 2.86   2 5 0 108 180
    34   JAMES MONROE 2.29   2 5 0 106 168
    35   LINCOLN 1.57   1 6 0 131 276
    36   HERBERT HOOVER 1.25   1 7 0 106 296
    37   BERKELEY SPRINGS 0.00   0 8 0 63 361
    37   NORTH MARION 0.00   0 8 0 103 333
    37   PIKEVIEW 0.00   0 7 0 94 277
    37   WEIR 0.00   0 8 0 83 330

CLASS 'A'

rank    school rating      won    lost    tied    total
scored   
total
allowed
    1   TUCKER COUNTY 10.14   7 0 0 270 80
    2   GREENBRIER WEST 9.50   7 1 0 294 91
    3   WAHAMA 9.13   8 0 0 334 100
    4   BUFFALO 8.43   6 1 0 246 81
    4   MAGNOLIA 8.43   6 1 0 223 102
    6   CLAY-BATTELLE 8.38   8 0 0 347 111
    7   MADONNA 8.29   6 1 0 299 74
    8   ST. MARYS 8.00   6 1 0 278 114
    9   VALLEY (FAYETTE) 7.43   6 1 0 214 134
    10   WIRT COUNTY 7.14   5 2 0 263 114
    11   EAST HARDY 7.00   6 1 0 270 90
    12   MEADOW BRIDGE 6.75   6 2 0 217 139
    13   BISHOP DONAHUE 6.25   6 2 0 334 115
    13   TUG VALLEY 6.25   6 2 0 231 159
    13   WHEELING CENTRAL CATHOLIC 6.25   5 3 0 179 139
    16   DODDRIDGE COUNTY 5.38   5 3 0 211 159
    17   PARKERSBURG CATHOLIC 4.75   4 4 0 161 176
    18   MIDLAND TRAIL 4.43   4 3 0 132 162
    18   MOOREFIELD 4.43   3 4 0 211 206
    20   NOTRE DAME 4.00   3 4 0 164 255
    20   WILLIAMSTOWN 4.00   3 4 0 162 160
    22   CAMERON 3.63   4 4 0 231 229
    23   RICHWOOD 3.57   3 4 0 171 188
    24   PENDLETON COUNTY 3.29   3 4 0 163 155
    25   SOUTH HARRISON 3.14   3 4 0 177 159
    26   POCAHONTAS COUNTY 2.75   3 5 0 115 187
    27   MONTCALM 2.71   3 4 0 189 195
    28   TYLER CONSOLIDATED 2.43   2 5 0 194 275
    29   MAN 2.00   2 6 0 127 208
    30   CALHOUN COUNTY 1.88   2 6 0 128 358
    31   GILMER COUNTY 1.63   2 6 0 150 286
    32   SHERMAN 1.00   1 6 0 99 206
    32   VAN 1.00   1 6 0 96 228
    34   HANNAN 0.86   1 6 0 100 268
    35   PADEN CITY 0.75   1 7 0 110 395
    35   VALLEY (WETZEL) 0.75   1 7 0 138 282
    37   FAYETTEVILLE 0.00   0 7 0 92 227
    37   HUNDRED 0.00   0 8 0 148 399
    37   TYGARTS VALLEY 0.00   0 7 0 79 309
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