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Elite 11: Our top 11 teams after Week 7

Each week, we’re scouring the Mid-Penn, Lancaster-Lebanon, York, and Berks conferences to determine the top 11 teams in the area regardless of classification. Take a look at which teams made the cut after Week 7. Disagree, let us know on Twitter (@4thdownmag) and Facebook.

11. Steel-High6-011 
Had to come up with some fourth-quarter magic to come from behind and knock off Trinity in a game where the Shamrocks pushed the Rollers to the edge.
10. Cedar Cliff5-210
Took a clubbing from No. 4 Bishop McDevitt in a game that was over by halftime. Barely hanging on in the rankings. Favorable schedule down the stretch.
9. Wyomissing7-010
Beat goes on for the Spartans with their first 50-plus point offensive game of the season.
8.Shippensburg7-0NR
Welcome the Greyhounds to the Elite 11. Their defense earned this call by holding six of seven teams to 14 or fewer points. That’s a difference maker.
7. Exeter Township4-38
Hey, losing to No. 1 Governor Mifflin by only five touchdowns isn’t all that bad. Two of Exeter’s three losses are to the Nos. 1- and 2-ranked teams.
6. Central Dauphin4-17
Needed a 39-yard field goal on the final play to subdue Carlisle and avoid overtime. Thundering Herd provided a full test.
5. CD East5-25
Learning-curve loss to No. 3 Harrisburg for the Panthers. Struggled to look like they belonged on the field with the Cougars in the first half, then settled down and stayed in the game.
4. Bishop McDevitt5-14
This was supposed to be the one week where the Crusaders at least were given a little resistance. That didn’t happen. This offense is off the charts with 56 more points.
3. Harrisburg6-13
Cougars showed their balance and overall strength in the win over CD East. The stage of a big game looked very comfortable for Harrisburg. It was the difference maker.
2. Central York6-02
The Panthers faced fellow YAIAA unbeaten Spring Grove, won by 31 points and scored 48. Offense is a difference maker.
1. Governor Mifflin6-01
The Mustangs have now scored 305 points this season in those six games. Yes, they average more than 50 a game and win by an average of nearly 40.

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