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High School Football: A first look at Andy Shay’s Elite 11 Rankings

11. Trinity2-111
What a tough loss for the T-Rocks after enjoying a 20-point lead midway through the third quarter. The Spartans demand a full 48 minutes to knock them over. Quality loss — Shamrocks belong here.
10. Steel-High3-010
This wasn’t expected to be an easy game for the Rollers at the South Philly Supersite against West Catholic. And it wasn’t. Still another quality win for the Rollers, this one by a touchdown.
9. Wyomissing3-07
Down three scores on the road in the third quarter and you employ a powerful Wing-T offense. Not exactly the recipe for a comeback against an upstart No. 11 Trinity team trying to make a name for itself. The Spartans showed their class with that rally.
8.Exeter Township3-08
Still plenty of firepower in the Eagles’ arsenal with 127 points scored, including hanging 49 on West York.
7. Manheim Central2-14
Blitzed by previous No. 9 Cocalico and had little say in the outcome as well. Talk about a shock to the system. Barons’ defense has a long week ahead after surrendering 48.
6. Cocalico2-19
A three-touchdown victory over the previously No. 4-ranked Barons from Manheim Central. And the Eagles scored 48 points. Whoa!
5. State College1-16
After a nearly three-hour delay Friday night the Little Lions’ game with Hollidaysburg was canceled. Not postponed, full out canceled. There has to be a reason, right? A field wasn’t available Saturday? The game was scheduled to be at Hollidaysburg, so no direct Penn State Saturday home game conflict? That’s disappointing to hear.
4. Central York3-05
One week after being slowed to a grind offensively by Cumberland Valley, the Panthers exploded on Hempfield for 57.
3. Harrisburg2-12
Veteran Cougars coach Cal Everett said what happened Saturday at Manheim Township was “either a loss or a lesson,” and he was spot on because Harrisburg was schooled by the Blue Streaks.
2. Manheim Township3-03
All the pieces are in place and the right notes are being played. This Blue Streaks squad just delivered a message to all of District 3 Class 6A by drilling previous No. 2 Harrisburg by 31 points.
1. Bishop McDevitt3-01
For the third straight week the Crusaders trailed, only this time they provided the answer in the first half against La Salle College. Three touchdown passes from Stone Saunders to Rico Scott will do the trick against almost anybody.

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