Orange is only area football team in AP rankings

Posted on October 23, 2013 

  • The Associated Press state high school football poll for the week of Oct. 22, first-place votes in parentheses, records and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers:

    1. Charlotte Mallard Creek (10) (8-0)109
    2. Scotland County (1)(8-0)100
    3. Greensboro Dudley(7-0)85
    4. Richmond County(7-1)71
    5. Cornelius Hough(7-1)61
    6. East Forsyth(7-1)34
    7. West Forsyth(8-1)32
    8. West Mecklenburg(7-1)28
    9. Northwest Guilford(8-0)16
    10. Charlotte Catholic(6-2)12

    Others receiving 10 or more points: Rocky River (8-1) 10. 3A
    1. Havelock (11)(9-0)110
    2. Belmont South Point(9-0)94
    3. Northern Guilford(6-2)80
    4. Lawndale Burns(8-0)75
    5. Asheville Erwin(8-0)69
    6. Concord(8-0)58
    7. Orange County(8-0)35
    8. Shelby Crest(7-1)29
    9. South Iredell(7-1)12
    10. Weddington(7-1)11

    Others receiving 10 or more points: Wilson Fike (8-0) 10. 2A
    1. North Rowan (11)(8-0)110
    2. East Lincoln(7-1)92
    3. Franklin(8-0)85
    4. Winston-Salem Carver(7-1)73
    5. Reidsville(6-2)62
    6. High Point Andrews(6-1)57
    7. Elizabeth City Northeastern(7-1)43
    8. Maiden(8-0)38
    9. Monroe(6-2)8
    10. South Columbus(6-2)7

    Others receiving 10 or more points: None. 1A
    1. Warsaw Kenan (10)(8-0)109
    2. Plymouth (1)(7-0)94
    3. Wallace-Rose Hill(7-1)88
    4. West Montgomery(7-1)67
    5. Tarboro(6-2)58
    6. East Surry(7-1)55
    7. Swain County(6-2)50
    8. Whiteville(7-1)34
    9. Murphy(7-2)32
    10. Walkertown(7-1)9

    Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

Orange is the only area high school football team that is ranked this week in The Associated Press state high school poll. The 8-0 Panthers are No. 7 in the 3A rankings.

No other school, including N&O rankings leader Wake Forest, received 10 or more points.

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