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High School Football: Andy Shay’s Elite 11 Rankings After Week 5

11. West Perry5-011
Twas a night to let off the gas for the Mustangs, who had no trouble with James Buchanan. West Perry had 40-plus points at halftime and put it on cruise control.
10. Steel-High5-010
Midway through the second quarter, the Rollers trailed on the road at Big Spring 7-6. By halftime it was 25-7 following three quick-strike touchdowns, and Steel-High cruised from there.
9. Wyomissing4-09
The Spartans will welcome undefeated ELCO to Bob Wolfrum Field Saturday.
8.Manheim Central4-18
No problem for the Barons at home against a Warwick side that beat No. 6 Cocalico to open the season but hasn’t won since. Barons led 28-0 at halftime and put the running clock into play in the third quarter.
7. Exeter Township5-07
It only took one quarter for the Eagles to put 29 points up on the scoreboard against winless Lebanon on their way to a 51-0 halftime cushion.
6. Cocalico4-16
For the fourth time in five games the Cocalico defense held the opposition to two or fewer touchdowns. This time it was against previously unbeaten Lampeter-Strasburg in a gritty 24-10 victory.
5. State College3-15
After falling behind early, the Little Lions took complete control the rest of the first half, scoring 24 unanswered points on their way to a 31-13 road victory at Central Dauphin.
4. Central York5-04
Was in a dog fight with two-win South Western, leading 14-0 after three quarters. Pitt recruit Juelz Goff sealed it with a 51-yard gallop in the fourth quarter to put Panthers up three scores.
3. Harrisburg4-13
Wasn’t easy for the Cougars against the one-win Eagles at Cumberland Valley for a half. Harrisburg exploded for 35 second-half points to pull away and post a 42-7 triumph.
2. Manheim Township5-02
After rolling up 48 points in a comfortable win over Hempfield, the Blue Streaks have scored a whopping 240 points this season. This team is rolling quality opponents, too.
1. Bishop McDevitt5-01
This was potentially the biggest challenge the Crusaders might face in the Keystone. By halftime McD led previously unbeaten Cedar Cliff 41-0 on its way to a 48-7 road victory.

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