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High School Football: Andy Shay’s Elite 11 Rankings after Week 6

11. West Perry6-011
The points just keep coming for the Mustangs. Eight first-half touchdowns against Boiling Springs on their way to a 72-28 victory.
10. Steel-High5-010
A short trip to Middletown Saturday is on the docket for the Rollers.
9. Wyomissing6-09
Stop if you’ve heard this score before; Wyomissing 49, Opponent (in this case Donegal) 0. Standard Spartans Saturday home victory it seems.
8.Manheim Central5-18
Barons methodically dominated a 1-4 Muhlenberg squad by scoring twice in the odd numbered quarters and once in the even numbered quarters to post a 42-0 victory.
7. Exeter Township6-07
Warwick is a 1-5 team that has played no fewer than three squads in the Elite 11 and gave the Eagles all they could handle before falling to Exeter by a touchdown. Good win for Exeter against a battle-tested squad.
6. Cocalico5-16
In a matchup of one-loss squads, the Eagles paid a visit to Myerstown and dropped 42 on host ELCO in the first half to keep the engine rolling along.
5. Central York6-04
Give Dallastown, a two-win team, credit for pushing the Panthers the full 48 minutes. This game was 13-10 Central York midway through the third quarter, and it took until the last minute for the Panthers to make this a two-score final.
4. State College4-15
Visiting CD East gave the Little Lions a jolt, as it scored the first 10 points in Happy Valley. State College’s response was 37 unanswered points by the end of the third quarter to seize control.
3. Harrisburg5-13
Somebody found their offensive rhythm. The Cougars, who rolled Altoona 54-7, have now scored 156 points in their last three games since losing to Manheim Township. Brick by brick for this squad.
2. Manheim Township6-02
Another easy week at the office for the Blue Streaks, as they dropped 44 on J.P. McCaskey in the first half to easily continue their perfect season.
1. Bishop McDevitt6-01
Bonus Keystone Division football for the McDevitt starters, who played their starters in the third quarter of a division game because it took a couple second-half touchdowns to get the game with Milton Hershey to mercy rule.

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