Southern, Orange in final AP regular-season rankings

November 18, 2013 

The Associated Press final state high school football poll of the regular season, first-place votes in parentheses, records and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers.

Four of the ranked teams, including South Granville, lost in the first round. The only area teams that are ranked are Southern Durham, which is No. 8 in 3A, and Orange, tied for 10th in 3A.

Class 4-A

1. Charlotte Mallard Creek (9) (11-0) 99 1
2. Scotland County (1) (11-0) 91 2
3. Greensboro Dudley (10-0) 77 3
*4. Cornelius Hough (10-1) 67 4
5. West Forsyth (10-1) 59 5
6. Charlotte Catholic (9-2) 44 7
7. Southern Pines Pinecrest (10-1) 31 8
8. Mooresville (10-1) 13 NR
(tie) Northwest Guilford (10-1) 13 NR
(tie) Matthews Butler (8-3) 13 NR

Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

Class 3-A

1. Havelock (9) (11-0) 99 1
2. Belmont South Point (1) (11-0) 88 2
3. Northern Guilford (9-2) 74 3
4. Concord (11-0) 64 5
5. Shelby Crest (10-1) 63 6
6. Lawndale Burns (10-1) 44 8
7. Central Cabarrus (10-1) 32 10
8. Southern Durham (9-2) 17 NR
*(tie) Asheville Erwin (9-1) 17 4
10. Western Alamance (10-1) 12 NR
(tie) Orange County (10-1) 12 7

Others receiving 10 or more points: Fayetteville Byrd (9-2) 11.

Class 2-A

1. North Rowan (10) (11-0) 100 1
2. East Lincoln (7-4)76 4
*3. Franklin (11-0) 75 2
4. Winston-Salem Carver (10-1) 71 3
5. High Point Andrews (9-1) 62 5
6. Reidsville (9-2) 52 6
7. Monroe (9-2) 31 7
8. Washington (9-2) 22 9
9. Maiden (10-1) 20 10
*10. South Granville (9-2) 8 NR

Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

Class 1-A

1. Warsaw Kenan (10) (10-0) 100 1
2. Plymouth (10-0) 87 2
3. West Montgomery (10-1) 77 3
4. Tarboro (9-2) 67 4
5. Swain County (9-2) 60 6
6. Wallace-Rose Hill (9-2) 52 8
7. Lejeune (10-1) 39 10
8. Whiteville (9-2) 21 7
9. Murphy (8-3) 13 9
10. Mt. Airy (8-3) 12 NR

Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

* Lost in first round of the playoffs

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