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High School Football: Andy Shay’s Elite 11 Rankings after Week 4

11. West Perry4-0NR
Made some of their own luck in a three-point victory over Trinity, but also needed some help. This is a special team that is improving beyond the known talents.
10. Steel-High4-010
Against a defense that has struggled all season, the Rollers put up 55 on Boiling Springs and cruised.
9. Wyomissing3-09
Solid win over Berks Catholic by four touchdowns. Surrendering only seven points to the Saints was a very good Saturday afternoon for the Spartans defense. Not really a surprise, though.
8.Manheim Central3-17
Bounced back from getting roughed up by No. 6 Cocalico last week, taking out Susquehannock 28-7. Solid but not impressive victory.
7. Exeter Township4-08
What is starting to stand out about this Eagles squad is their defense is becoming a calling card. Surrendered only one touchdown to Governor Mifflin in a 31-10 victory.
6. Cocalico3-16
Kind of curious now what was going on in the opener against Warwick when the Eagles scored only 14 points. Last three games Cocalico has scored 146 points (48.6 ppg). Easy win over Octorara.
5. State College2-15
After two weeks off, the Little Lions came back and blew the doors off Altoona, roughing up the Mountain Lions 49-7 on the strength of a 27-point second quarter.
4. Central York4-04
Who didn’t see the Panthers beating winless Spring Grove 56-7? It’s exactly what was expected. This team won’t be pushed very hard the rest of the way. But they know the drill.
3. Harrisburg3-13
Pretty sure Carlisle was the recipient of some football frustration from the Cougars after Harrisburg dropped 60 at home on the Thundering Herd Saturday afternoon.
2. Manheim Township4-02
All I’m going to say is Spring-Ford was 3-0 entering this game and the Blue Streaks went out and dropped a 63-burger on the Rams. This team is lethal.
1. Bishop McDevitt4-01
Now that the Crusaders are into division play, expect several more less-than-competitive scores the rest of the way. Wide receivers Rico Scott and Chase Regan combined for five catches totaling 231 yards (46.2 yards per catch), and all five grabs went for touchdowns. Not sure the Crusaders are pushed again until the postseason.

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