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Funkster’s Fab 40 Statewide Rankings – Week 4

Written by: on Monday, September 26th, 2011. Follow Josh Funk on Twitter.

 

 

The installements of Funkster’s Fab 40 statewide rankings following Weeks 1-16 include the team, geographic district, overall season record and the previous week’s result. Teams listed as honorable mentions are arranged in numerical order by geographic district. To save space, team records for those listed as honorable mentions are not published. 

  

AAAA:

1. Pittsburgh Central Catholic (7, 4-0), def. Woodland Hills 31-13

2. North Allegheny (7, 4-0), def. Erie McDowell 49-14

3. La Salle College High School (12, 3-1), def. Monsignor Bonner 41-22

4. Upper St. Clair (7, 3-1), def. West Allegheny 41-27

5. Nazareth (11, 4-0), def. William Allen 57-13

6. Council Rock South (1, 4-0), def. Harry S. Truman 35-7

7. Cumberland Valley (3, 4-0), def. State College Area 45-21

8. Coatesville (1, 4-0), def. Downingtown East 20-14

9. Abington (1, 4-0), def. Neshaminy 35-21

T-10. Neshaminy (1, 3-1), lost to Abington 35-21

T-10. Downingtown East (1, 3-1), lost to Coatesville 20-14

HONORABLE MENTION: Bayard Rustin (1), Downingtown West (1), North Penn (1), Ridley (1), Spring-Ford (1), Delaware Valley (2), Wyoming Valley West (2), Cedar Cliff (3), Central Dauphin (3), Daniel Boone (3), Wilson-West Lawn (3), Erie McDowell (7), Gateway (7), Penn-Trafford (7), Woodland Hills (7), Bethlehem Freedom (11), Easton (11), Parkland (11), Whitehall (11), Father Judge (12), Roman Catholic (12), St. Joseph’s Prep (12)

AAA:

1. Archbishop Wood (12, 3-1), def. St. Joseph’s Prep 42-7

2. Montour (7, 3-1), def. Canon-McMillan 52-19

3. Central Valley (7, 4-0), def. Washington Trinity 49-12

4. Hopewell (7, 4-0), def. Mt. Lebanon 27-20

5. Grove City (10, 4-0), def. Greenville Area 48-7

6. Erie Cathedral Prep (10, 3-1), def. Canisius (N.Y.), 58-28

7. Bishop McDevitt (3, 2-2), def. Susquehanna Township 28-21

8. Franklin Regional (7, 4-0), def. Hollidaysburg 28-9

9. Valley View (2, 4-0), def. Scranton 21-0

10. Susquehanna Township (3, 3-1), lost to Bishop McDevitt 28-21

HONORABLE MENTION: Bishop Shanahan (1), Springfield-Delco (1), Crestwood (2), Dallas (2), Hershey (3), Lampeter-Strasburg (3), West York Area (3), Greater Johnstown (6), Blackhawk (7), Chartiers Valley (7), Indiana Area (7), Knoch (7), Ringgold (7), Thomas Jefferson (7), West Mifflin (7), Clearfield Area (9), Saint Marys (9), Allentown Central Catholic (11)

AA:

1. Seton-LaSalle (7, 4-0), def. Quaker Valley 35-0

2. Lancaster Catholic (3, 4-0), def. Donegal 21-14

3. Mount Carmel Area (4, 4-0), def. Loyalsock Township 43-0

4. Aliquippa (7, 4-0), def. Freedom Area 59-14

5. Northern Lehigh (11, 4-0), def. Palisades 36-6

6. Camp Hill Trinity (3, 3-1), def. Steelton-Highspire 42-7

7. West Catholic (12, 1-3), def. Haverford School 18-14

8. North Schuylkill (11, 4-0), def. Schuylkill Haven 50-13

9. Lewisburg (4, 3-1), def. Muncy 35-0

T-10. Greensburg Central Catholic (7, 4-0), def. Yough 49-0

T-10. Wilmington Area (10, 4-0), def. Reynolds 35-0

HONORABLE MENTION: Springfield-Montco (1), GAR Memorial (2), Lakeland (2), Delone Catholic (3), Wyomissing (3), Bloomsburg (4), Danville (4), Mifflinburg (4), North Penn-Blossburg (4), Towanda (4), Forest Hills (6), Ligonier Valley (6), Richland Township (6), Tyrone (6), Beaver Area (7), Beaver Falls (7), Jeannette (7), Shady Side Academy (7), South Fayette (7), Washington (7), Moniteau (9), Hickory (10), North East (10), Pen Argyl (11), Pine Grove Area (11)

A:

1. Clairton (7, 4-0), def. Chartiers-Houston 36-0

2. Southern Columbia (4, 4-0), def. Central Columbia 40-0

3. Bangor Pius X (11, 4-0), def. Marian Catholic 46-14

4. Sto-Rox (7, 4-0), def. Rochester 48-27

5. Dunmore (2, 4-0), def. Montrose 42-0

6. Bishop McCort (6, 4-0), def. Bedford Area 27-24

7. Rochester (7, 3-1), lost to Sto-Rox 48-27

8. Line Mountain (4, 3-1), def. Newport 48-6

9. Mercyhurst Prep (10, 4-0), def. Eisenhower 46-14

10. Lackawanna Trail (2, 4-0), def. Riverside (D2) 26-14

HONORABLE MENTION: Columbia (3), North Star (5), Conemaugh Township (5), Northern Bedford County (5), Bellwood-Antis (6), Juniata Valley (6), Penns Manor (6), Avonworth (7), Beth-Center (7), Bishop Canevin (7), Fort Cherry (7), North Catholic (7), Springdale (7), Curwensville (9), Port Allegany (9), Farrell (10), Mercer Area (10), Sharpsville (10), Mahanoy Area (11)

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5 Responses to “Funkster’s Fab 40 Statewide Rankings – Week 4”

  1. Suburban Fan says:

    Couldn’t agree with Doug Smith more.
    Chiappazzi should not venture into territory he has no knowledge. His ignorance relegates his reporting to nothing more than mis-information.

  2. Doug Smith says:

    What does Andrew Chiappazzi really know about the Eastern teams? He is a WPIAL guy, remember they invented football….What a JOKE!!!

    Why pay when you get your information free on this site.

  3. Suburban Fan says:

    Preconceived positive or negative thoughts about a school should never come into play when the game results should be the primary determinant. To show such an asinine bias does a disservice to high school football reporting and only accentuates the ignorance of the perpetrator doing the reporting.

  4. Chuck says:

    Right or wrong, it’s obvious that they don’t think much of Abington.

  5. Suburban Fan says:

    I just came from PAPREPS.com and their latest rankings. Neshaminy(District 1) had been #3 in their state and dropped to #11 this week because in the words of its publisher Andrew Chiappazzi they were not only defeated, 35-21, BUT run-over by an Abington(District 1) team who controlled much of the game.
    YET ABINGTON, WHO IS PRESENTLY 4-0, WAS NOT EVEN LISTED IN HIS FINE FIFTEEN RANKINGS. WHAT A JOKE!
    How do so called football prognosticators arrive at their results. It is obvious they do not use game results as their main criteria as a determinant in judging the better team but on past reputations, results in previous seasons and their own prejudicial rationale. I have never been a fan of football polling during the season and the above infomation is the reason. To think one has to pay to subscribe to PAPREPS.com, a website of bias mis-information, is unbelievable.



Josh