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Sports : With last week of regular season approaching, little change seen in high school football poll
Posted by Tom on 2012/10/16 14:16:53 (506 reads) News by the same author

The dominant football teams across northern Missouri remain that way through eight weeks of the high school football season, with the latest state football poll keeping Hamilton ranked #1 in Class 1, with South Harrison at #6, and Milan and Lathrop seeking entry into the top ten in their respective classes, despite a combined record of 14-1 between the two teams. Click on "read more" to see the latest rankings from the Missouri Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association:

Statewide high school football rankings, as compiled by a 14-member panel of sportswriters and broadcasters:

CLASS 1
Rank, team Rec. Pts. LW
1. Hamilton (14) 8-0 140 1
2. Tipton 8-0 125 2
3. Miller 8-0 109 4
4. Wellington-Napoleon 7-1 81 5
5. Valle Catholic 6-2 70 3
6. South Harrison 7-1 69 6
T7. Westran 7-1 52 7
T7. Salisbury 7-1 52 8
9. Skyline 7-1 28 T9
10. Cass-Midway 7-1 23 T9
Also receiving votes: Drexel (7-1) 9, Milan (7-0) 7, Portageville (7-0) 5

CLASS 2
Rank, team Rec. Pts. LW
1. Lafayette County (13) 8-0 139 1
2. Maplewood-RH (1) 7-1 121 2
3. Clark County 8-0 107 3
4. Mountain Grove 8-0 89 4
5. Blair Oaks 7-1 86 5
6. Caruthersville 6-1 58 6
7. Holden 6-2 57 7
8. MV-Liberty 6-2 46 8
9. Strafford 8-0 31 9
10. South Callaway 7-1 21 10
Also receiving votes: Lamar (6-2) 7, Lathrop (7-1) 6, Herculaneum (6-2) 2

CLASS 3
Rank, team Rec. Pts. LW
1. John Burroughs (14) 7-0 140 1
2. Maryville 8-0 126 2
3. Cassville 8-0 111 3
4. Oak Grove 8-0 99 4
5. Hogan Prep 8-0 74 5
6. Ste. Genevieve 7-1 69 6
7. Centralia 7-1 54 T7
8. California 8-0 53 T7
9. Clinton 7-1 28 9
10. Park Hills Central 6-2 11 10
Also receiving votes: Soldan (5-3) 3, Duchesne (5-3) 2, O'Fallon Christian (7-1) 1

CLASS 4
Rank, team Rec. Pts. LW
1. Webb City (14) 8-0 140 1
2. Sikeston 8-0 117 3
3. Hannibal 8-0 107 4
4. Savannah 7-1 79 2
5. St. Dominic 8-0 71 5
6. Sullivan 8-0 69 6
7. Hillcrest 7-1 50 8
8. Harrisonville 6-2 47 7
9. Helias 4-4 34 9
10. Miller Career 8-0 26 10
Also receiving votes: St. Joseph Lafayette (7-1) 20, Carthage (6-2) 5, Excelsior Springs (7-1) 3, Bolivar (6-2) 1, St. Clair (7-1) 1, Priory (6-2) 1

CLASS 5
Rank, team Rec. Pts. LW
1. Lee's Summit West (8) 8-0 134 1
2. Kirkwood (6) 7-0 132 2
3. Staley 6-2 111 4
4. Fort Osage 7-1 98 5
5. Webster Groves 5-2 74 T8
6. Rockwood Summit 6-2 63 3
7. Parkway Central 7-1 62 6
8. Ozark 7-1 48 7
9. Parkview 7-1 24 --
10. Winnetonka 6-2 7 T8
Dropped out: Hazelwood East (4-4)
Also receiving votes: Jackson (5-2) 3, Hazelwood East (4-4) 3, Lebanon (7-1) 3, Fort Zumwalt East (6-2) 2, Holt (5-3) 2, McCluer (7-1) 2


CLASS 6
Rank, team Rec. Pts. LW
1. CBC (14) 8-0 140 1
2. Blue Springs 7-1 117 2
3. Lafayette 8-0 104 3
4. Rockhurst 6-2 92 4
5. Francis Howell 8-0 91 5
6. Hickman 7-0 84 6
7. Jefferson City 6-2 56 7
8. Parkway South 7-1 28 8
9. Blue Springs South 5-3 25 10
10. Raymore-Peculiar 5-3 20 9
Also receiving votes: Rock Bridge (5-3) 8, De Smet (5-3) 5, Eureka (6-2) 2, Hazelwood Central (6-2) 1

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