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Andy Shay’s Elite 11 after Week No. 5

11. Manhiem Township3-28
As expected, the tussle with Hempfield was a 50-50 game all the way. Blue Streaks probably feel like they let this one get away and hurt themselves more than enough to deserve the loss. Still a team to be reckoned with.
10. Lampeter-Strasburg4-110
This is not your typical hammer Cocalico team, but the Eagles are still not an easy out. L-S defense continues to shine with only one touchdown surrendered in a two-plus score victory.
9. Central York4-19
That was a full-throttle test South Western gave the Panthers, and Central York survived in another close tilt. CY has played three contests decided by 10 or fewer points and are 2-1 in those contests.
Huge win for the Black Knights over Manheim Township where the Hempfield defense did plenty of bending (more than 350 yards surrendered) but allowed only 14 points.
7. Wyomissing5-07
Defense posted its third shutout in five games, and for the fourth time in five outings the offense cleared the 40-point barrier. They are in a class by themselves it seems right now.
6. Solanco5-06
Exactly what you would expect from a seasoned team with some talent. The Golden Mules know how to win football games. It might not always be scrapbook worthy, but they know how to get a result.
5. Cumberland Valley4-15
The final difference was 14 points to Harrisburg, but the Eagles made sure going into the final 12 minutes they were going to have a say in the outcome. The Cougars went out and took it from them.
4. Manheim Central5-04
Barons are a machine rolling downhill right now. Really hard to see this team not being 9-0 heading into a Week 10 matchup with Exeter Township.
3. Harrisburg3-13
Had a 14-7 lead on previously unbeaten Cumberland Valley heading into the final quarter and delivered in crunch time to pull away and make the final score look easier than it was. The challenge was real from CV, and the Cougars passed.
2. Exeter Township5-02
Scored a season-high 69 against unbeaten Lebanon in preparation for what promises to be a much tougher slate the second half of the year for the Eagles. They are ready, though.
1. Bishop McDevitt3-11
Raced to an easy victory over Cedar Cliff that came at a small price with the loss of a star wideout for what appears to be some time. Hard to see another test on their schedule at this level, and the final of this one was 48-7.

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