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High School Football: Andy Shay’s Elite 11 Rankings after Week 8

11. West Perry8-011
This wasn’t as easy as some of the other sure-fire wins for the Mustangs. Credit Middletown for making West Perry earn a 31-6 victory.
10. Steel-High8-010
No real surprise the Rollers scored a season-high 67 points against winless Newport. Meat of the Steel-High schedule is on deck.
9. Wyomissing7-19
The one-loss Spartans — it feels weird just saying that with all the success Wyomissing has enjoyed during the regular season the last half decade — host 2-5 Conrad Weiser today.
8.Manheim Central7-18
In a matchup of one-loss squads, the Barons had no trouble rolling over Conestoga Valley by five touchdowns.
7. Exeter Township8-07
Give credit to Hempfield for giving the Eagles a full-metal-jacket test for three quarters before Exeter pulled away with a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns to win 49-27.
6. Cocalico7-16
The Eagles took care of business in the first half, sprinting to a 30-0 cushion at intermission against overmatched Donegal before taking their foot off the gas.
5. State College5-24
Credit the Little Lions’ defense for holding No. 3 Harrisburg to 20 points. Getting blanked offensively, though, is a red flag in the bigger picture.
4. Central York8-05
Two sides of the coin here for the Panthers. They rallied with 13 fourth-quarter points to edge Red Lion 35-27. But they were trailing Red Lion, a 3-5 squad, after three quarters.
3. Harrisburg7-13
To go on the road and put together a complete game sparked by a defense that went into lockdown mode and pitched a shutout on the big stage is revealing.
2. Manheim Township8-02
There was never any expectation other than the Blue Streaks blowing out a Reading squad that came in with only one victory. Township scored all 41 of its points before halftime, too.
1. Bishop McDevitt8-01
Never challenged, again, the Crusaders went about their business and put 42 on the board in the first half on their way to a 49-0 blanking of Red Land. It was the first shutout of the season for the McD defense.

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