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Funkster’s Fab 40 Statewide Rankings – Week 14

Written by: on Monday, December 6th, 2010. Follow Josh Funk on Twitter.

 

Week 14 rankings include the team, geographic district, season record and last week’s result. Teams listed as honorable mentions are arranged in numerical order by geographic district.

AAAA:

1. LaSalle College (12, 12-1), def. Easton Area 19-7

2. North Penn (1, 13-1), def. Neshaminy 42-6

3. North Allegheny (7, 13-1), def. State College Area 21-6

4. Cumberland Valley (3, 12-2), def. Red Lion 35-7

5. Neshaminy (1, 12-2), lost to North Penn 42-6

6. Easton Area (11, 12-3), lost to LaSalle College 19-7

7. Council Rock South (1, 11-2), SEASON COMPLETE

8. Pittsburgh Central Catholic (7, 11-1), SEASON COMPLETE

9. Woodland Hills (7, 9-4), SEASON COMPLETE

10. Bayard Rustin (1, 11-2), SEASON COMPLETE

HONORABLE MENTION: Abington (1), Boyertown (1), Central Bucks West (1), Downingtown East (1), Ridley (1), West Chester Henderson (1), Central Dauphin (3), Dallastown (3), Daniel Boone (3), Governor Mifflin (3), Harrisburg (3), Red Lion (3), Wilson-West Lawn (3), Erie McDowell (7), McKeesport Area (7), Mt. Lebanon (7), North Hills (7), Upper St. Clair (7), Perry Traditional Academy (8), Nazareth (11), Whitehall (11)

AAA:

1. Archbishop Wood (12, 13-0), def. Strath Haven 24-14

2. Allentown Central Catholic (11, 14-0), def. Clearfield Area 55-20

3. Bishop McDevitt (3, 12-2), def. Cocalico 29-14

4. Erie Cathedral Prep (10, 9-4), def. Central Valley 31-21

5. Strath Haven (1, 12-2), lost to Archbishop Wood 24-14

6. Central Valley (7, 10-4), lost to Erie Cathedral Prep 31-21

7. Montour (7, 12-1), SEASON COMPLETE

8. Grove City (10, 11-1), SEASON COMPLETE

9. Clearfield Area (9, 13-1), lost to Allentown Central Catholic 55-20

10. Abington Heights (2, 12-1), SEASON COMPLETE

HONORABLE MENTION: Pottsgrove (1), Springfield-Delco (1), Upper Moreland (1), Dallas (2), West Scranton (2), Cocalico (3), Conrad Weiser (3), Greencastle-Antrim (3), Lampeter-Strasburg (3), Manheim Central (3), Shippensburg (3), Susquehanna Township (3), Shikellamy (4), Greater Johnstown (6), Greensburg-Salem (7), Indiana Area (7), Knoch (7), Mars (7), Ringgold (7), Thomas Jefferson (7), Punxsutawney (9), Corry Area (10), Oil City (10), Pottsville (11), Southern Lehigh (11), Cardinal O’Hara (12), Dobbins Vo-Tech (12)

AA:

1. South Fayette (7, 14-0), def. Brockway 62-28

2. West Catholic (12, 11-2), def. Northern Lehigh 55-14

3. Lewisburg (4, 14-0), def. Camp Hill Trinity 31-21

4. Forest Hills (6, 13-1), def. Sharon Area 21-7

5. Northern Lehigh (11, 13-1), lost to West Catholic 55-14

6. Aliquippa (7, 12-1), SEASON COMPLETE

7. Danville (4, 12-1), SEASON COMPLETE

8. Camp Hill Trinity (3, 12-2), lost to Lewisburg 31-21

9. Brockway (9, 12-1), lost to South Fayette 62-28

10. Tyrone (6, 12-1), SEASON COMPLETE

HONORABLE MENTION: Springfield-Montco (1), GAR Memorial (2), Lakeland (2), Susquehanna Community (2), Delone Catholic (3), Lancaster Catholic (3), Littlestown (3), Wyomissing (3), Bloomsburg (4), Mount Carmel Area (4), Towanda (4), Chestnut Ridge (5), Ligonier Valley (6), Tyrone (6), Beaver Falls (7), Ford City (7), Greensburg Central Catholic (7), Keystone Oaks (7), Seton-LaSalle (7), Brookville Area (9), General McLane (10), Hickory (10), North East (10), Sharon Area (10), North Schuylkill (11), Pen Argyl (11), Bok Vo-Tech (12)

A:

1. Clairton (7, 14-0), def. North Star 52-0

2. Riverside (2, 13-1), def. Schuylkill Haven 41-0

3. Farrell (10, 13-1), def. Curwensville 35-14

4. Rochester (7, 12-1), SEASON COMPLETE

5. Bishop Carroll (6, 11-2), def. Reading Holy Name 34-21

6. Curwensville (9, 11-2), lost to Farrell 35-14

7. Mercyhurst Prep (10, 12-1), SEASON COMPLETE

8. Reading Holy Name (3, 11-2), lost to Bishop Carroll 34-21

9. Schuylkill Haven (11, 11-3), lost to Riverside 41-0

10. Southern Columbia (4, 10-3), SEASON COMPLETE

HONORABLE MENTION: Calvary Christian Academy (1), Old Forge (2), Millersburg (3), York Catholic (3), Line Mountain (4), Southern Columbia (4), Berlin-Brothersvalley (5), North Star (5), Northern Bedford County (5), Bellwood-Antis (6), Bishop McCort (6), Juniata Valley (6), Penns Manor (6), Portage (6), Avonworth (7), Bishop Canevin (7), Chartiers-Houston (7), Springdale (7), Cameron County (9), Elk County Catholic (9), Port Allegany (9), Saegertown (10), Sharpsville (10), Pius X (11), Williams Valley (11)

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8 Responses to “Funkster’s Fab 40 Statewide Rankings – Week 14”

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  2. jerry says:

    I agree with you on Woody. Even though they are a perennial state power and they beat some really good teams along the way. That doesn’t Qualify them as top 10 material. There are other are more deserving and I have talked a couple of times to the Funkster about this type of bias during the course of the season. Honorable mention maybe.I know the argument coming. They are all powerhouses in D-7 and they beat each other up. Just award the best Not all of them.

  3. LS 1979 says:

    Woodland Hills, with all those losses, in the AAAA Top 10? Not a chance. My pick would probably be Ridley, but there are at least a half-dozen other teams that deserve to be ranked ahead of a four-loss team. There’s some serious bias going on with that ranking.

  4. D-2 Football says:

    Teams Dunmore beat
    Elmer L. Meyers 28-6 (2-8)
    Montrose 42-8 (0-10)
    Mid Valley 40-6 (3-7)
    Honesdale 39-6 (1-9)
    Western Wayne 49-28 (3-7)
    Carbondale 27-0 (1-9)
    Old Forge 21-0 (7-4)

    Dont think that qualifies for top 10

  5. MR.FLANNERY says:

    DUNMORE WOULD DESTROY SOUTHERN

  6. scaalum28 says:

    thats nice and all jake but don’t forget the 5 losses dunmore had this year. In my opinion SCA is better than the 5-10 teams, but Funkster is ranking them based off of their one game they flopped against Riverside. I think the top 4 teams are probably better than SCA and the Dunmore/SCA game would be a pretty good game. Just because Dunmore played Riverside better than SCA and Haven doesn’t mean they would beat SCA and Haven. It’s based on matchups and Dunmore/Riverside is a bit of a rival game. They know each other pretty well since they play on a regular basis. I’m not disputing that Dunmore isn’t a top 10 team in class A, but with 5 losses its difficult to rank someone in the top 10.

  7. jerry says:

    Apparently Jake you don’t understand how the rankings work. The more you win the higher you go. One game does not make a season. Let alone a loss. There are teams with better records including my team that are not there.They may have been a good team on paper, but that’s why they play the game.Maybe they will do better next year.Also if you don’t agree with these check the other 3-4 sets of rankings.I don’t think they will be there either.

  8. jake says:

    these rankings are terrible.How is DUNMORE not ranked or even mentioned they gave RIVERSIDE in A ball all they could handle as HAVEN and S.Columbia were completely dominated the real class A RANKINGS.
    1.Riverside
    2.Clariton
    3.Farrell
    4.Dunmore
    5.Rochester
    6.Sharpsville
    7.B.Carroll
    8.S.columbia
    9.Curwinsville
    10.Holy Name



Josh