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High School Football: Andy Shay’s Elite 11 Teams After Week 2

11. Trinity2-0NR
Welcome to the Elite 11, Shamrocks. Couple of impressive victories to start the season and can now show their colors with a tilt against No. 7 Wyomissing on deck.
10. Steel-High2-011
Cruised against Washington D.C. based Eastern, rolling up 27 first-quarter points while the Rollers’ defense snared two turnovers in the opening 12 minutes.
9. Cocalico1-110
Behind a defense that allowed only 155 total yards to Solanco, the Eagles picked up win No. 1 with a 35-point romp.
8.Exeter Township2-08
Eagles trailed Boyertown 14-9 at halftime before responding with 20 unanswered points to hold off the Bears.
7. Wyomissing2-07
Spartans made easy work of Pottsville and so far have outscored the opposition by a combined score of 96-7. They haven’t been tested, but the next two opponents, Trinity and Berks Catholic, have some quality.
6. State College1-13
Mildly troubling is that the Little Lions fell behind 28-7 to Downingtown East before putting together a late rally. State College had a 50-yard field to win it come up just short, but that sluggish start should provide this team a valuable lesson.
5. Central York1-06
Wins to start the season over Central Dauphin and now Cumberland Valley, the latest being a 14-0 tussle where the Panthers’ defense delivered a result, sets the table for another stellar regular season.
4. Manheim Central2-05
Barons used a TD pass in the final minute from Raymond Lewis to Aaron Enterline to edge Smyrna from Delaware by a point on the road.
3. Manheim Township2-04
Took Dallastown out behind the woodshed with 42 first-half points to post an easy victory. The power and balance of the Blue Streaks’ offense is impressive. Next up is No. 2 Harrisburg.
2. Harrisburg2-02
Cougars took their show on the road and dominated Delaware Valley from start to finish, led by a defense that posted a shutout. QB Shawn Lee Jr. accounted for three of the four offensive touchdowns with two passing and one rushing.
1. Bishop McDevitt2-01
Second consecutive week the Crusaders had to rally in the second half to get the victory. DePaul Catholic (N.J.), a state title winner like the Crusaders a year ago, led by 15 at halftime. It was a toss-up game, and McD showed its mettle again in the fourth quarter.

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