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High School Football: Andy Shay’s Elite 11 Rankings After Week 9

11. Conestoga Valley7-2NR
Welcome, Buckskins, the first new addition to the Elite 11 in weeks. The upset of previously unbeaten Exeter Township is a big reason why. A one-point loss to Garden Spot isn’t a bad loss, but getting rolled by Manheim Central the previous week was. The response, though, was something worthy of joining the ranks.
10. West Perry9-011
Time for the Mustangs to head to the season finale with No. 9 Steel-High still unbeaten after doubling up Camp Hill 48-24.
9. Steel-High9-010
Taking the best shot Trinity had, the Rollers needed all their weapons firing to hold off the Shamrocks 43-37. This one definitely goes down as a quality win.
8.Wyomissing8-19
No problems at home for the Spartans Saturday afternoon, racing to a 41-0 lead after three quarters in a result that was exactly as expected.
7. Exeter Township8-17
Fair to say the Eagles were upset victims and fell from the ranks of the unbeaten by getting edged out by Conestoga Valley 34-27.
6. Manheim Central8-17
As the weather turns cooler, the Barons are marching toward second-season mode after thrashing Governor Mifflin 48-0. The shutout is noteworthy.
5. Cocalico8-16
Only one team, Manheim Central, has scored more than two touchdowns on the Eagles. And that came in a loss to Cocalico. Thrashed Berks Catholic and rolling along nicely.
4. Central York9-04
Was always going to beat one-win Reading; the 39-0 final score means they took care of business efficiently and did what needed to be done.
3. Harrisburg8-13
For the second time this season the Cougars put up 60, this time hanging nine touchdowns on Chambersburg in a 60-14 Saturday afternoon victory. Eight of those touchdowns came in the first three quarters.
2. Manheim Township9-02
The last time somebody scored on the Blue Streaks, it was September. Wow. Three shutouts in a row, including the 59-0 thrashing of Penn Manor.
1. Bishop McDevitt9-01
Before this contest with Mifflin County was four minutes old, the Crusaders already had 21 points on their way to a comfortable 42-0 victory.

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