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Week 6 football standings/rankings

Posted Tuesday, October 2, 2012, at 6:11 AM

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SEMO CONFERENCE

NORTHWLCONFPFPA
Sikeston603-016251
Jackson513-1212116
Farmington241-2124174
Cape Central241-2146153
Poplar Bluff330-394109
CENTRALWLCONFPFPA
Caruthersville413-016187
Charleston422-1146113
Dexter151-274171
New Madrid242-289119
Kennett060-394220
SOUTHWLCONFPFPA
Portageville604-018975
Scott City422-2140120
Hayti242-2172130
Malden423-1189104
Chaffee241-3105118
East Prairie060-433274



MSHSAA District standings

CLASS 5WLPTS
Summit5143.17
Jackson5141.67
Fox3335.67
Vianney2430.69
Poplar Bluff3328.83
Seckman1520.34
CLASS 4WLPTS
Sikeston6051.00
Hillsboro4237.67
Festus4236.00
Cape Central2434.33
North County3331.50
Farmington2426.67
DeSoto2422.67
Perryville2421.50
CLASS 3WLPTS
Ste. Genevieve5143.83
Fredericktown4242.66
Park Hills Central4242.17
Potosi3332.16
New Madrid Central2427.50
Dexter1524.17
Lift for Life0618.50
Kennett0613.33
CLASS 2WLPTS
Caruthersville4145.40
Charleston4239.30
Malden4238.36
Scott City4234.84
Jefferson2329.40
Grandview3329.00
St. Pius X2423.83
East Prairie0614.00
CLASS 1WLPTS
Portageville6055.33
Valle Catholic5149.97
Thayer3340.17
St. Vincent3339.64
Chaffee2431.67
Hayti2430.16
Crystal City1524.67
Cabool0621.16



MISSOURI RANKINGS

Statewide high school football rankings, as compiled by a 14-member panel of Missouri sportswriters and broadcasters:

CLASS 6

RankW-LPTSPV
1. CBC (14)6-01401
2. Blue Springs5-11133
3. Lafayette6-01044
4. Rockhurst4-2855
5. Francis Howell6-0846
6. Hickman6-0799
7. Jefferson City5-1622
8. Raymore-Peculiar5-1457
9. De Smet4-2248
10. Blue Springs South4-21810

Also receiving votes: Parkway South (6-0) 13, Rock Bridge (4-2) 3.

CLASS 5

RankW-LPTSPV
T1. Kirkwood (7)6-01331
T1. Lee's Summit West (7)6-01332
3. Rockwood Summit5-11054
4. Staley4-21005
5. Fort Osage5-1793
6. Parkway Central6-0626
7. Ozark6-0547
8. Hazelwood East4-2368
9. Nixa5-1359
10. Webster Groves4-21810

Also receiving votes: Winnetonka (5-1) 7, Parkview (6-0) 6, Jackson (5-1) 1 , Fort Zumwalt East (5-1) 1.

CLASS 4

RankW-LPTSPV
1. Webb City (14)6-01401
2. Savannah6-01262
3. Harrisonville5-11093
4. Sikeston6-0954
5. Hannibal6-080T6
6. St. Dominic6-0548
7. Sullivan6-0499
8. Helias3-3335
9. Miller Career6-02810
10. Hillcrest5-127T6

Also receiving votes: St. Joseph Lafayette (5-1) 10, Platte County (5-1) 7, Borgia (4-2) 4, Carthage (4-2) 4, Excelsior Springs (5-1) 3, St. Clair (5-1) 1.

CLASS 3

RankW-LPTSPV
1. John Burroughs (14)6-01401
2. Maryville6-01262
3. Cassville6-01113
4. Oak Grove6-0964
5. Centralia6-0855
6. Ste. Genevieve5-1646
7. Hogan Prep6-0608
8. California6-03710
9. Clinton5-1249
10. Soldan4-2177

Also receiving votes: Duchesne (4-2) 6, Park Hills Central (4-2) 3, Springfield Catholic (5-1) 1.

CLASS 2

RankW-LPTSPV
1. Lafayette County (13)6-01391
2. Maplewood-RH (1)5-11163
3. Clark County6-01045
T4. Blair Oaks5-1882
T4. Mountain Grove6-0888
6. Caruthersville4-1586
7. MV-Liberty4-2524
8. Holden4-2517
9. South Callaway5-1269
10. Strafford6-02110

Also receiving votes: Lamar (4-2) 9, Lathrop (5-1) 8, Sarcoxie (6-0) 7, Brookfield (5-1) 3.

CLASS 1

RankW-LPTSPV
1. Hamilton (14)6-01401
2. Salisbury6-01202
3. Tipton6-01043
4. Valle Catholic5-11034
5. Miller6-0795
6. Skyline6-0726
7. Wellington-Napoleon5-1567
8. South Harrison5-1439
9. Cass-Midway5-122--
T10. Drexel5-18--
T10. Westran5-188

Also receiving votes: Portageville (6-0) 5, Milan (5-0) 3, East Buchanan (4-2) 1, South Shelby (3-3) 1.


Comments
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I concur with those rankings! Just wish Jackson would have pulled a win at Sikeston. Oh well lets see what a bye week does for them!

-- Posted by Jax12 on Tue, Oct 2, 2012, at 9:21 AM

Brian, why is Helias still ranked in the Top 10 with a 3-3 record? I know they've got a good program, but that still seems odd to me.

-- Posted by Preacher Man Fan on Tue, Oct 2, 2012, at 11:44 PM

They play the toughest schedule in Class 4 with their only losses to Class 4 #3 Harrisonville by one, and Class 6 programs Columbia-Hickman and Columbia-Rock Bridge. Rock Bridge beat them convincingly but they would beat just about any Class 4 school convincingly. Hickman beat Helias by a TD.

-- Posted by sideline starter on Tue, Oct 2, 2012, at 11:49 PM

Guess you're right Sideline. I checked their schedule after I posted the question and it looks like they've got CBC coming up. We'll see how Helias does in the playoffs.

-- Posted by Preacher Man Fan on Wed, Oct 3, 2012, at 12:07 AM

Oftentimes state rankings are a usual suspects-type list. Helias may only be 3-3, but everybody that knows anything about high school football knows they will be there in the end. They always are. That's why Portageville is finding a tough time getting ranked. They have struggled for so long, people are having a hard time jumping on board. If they were a perennial playoff team then they would currently be ranked, no doubt. Now if Portageville makes a playoff run, reaches the semifinals, and then comes back next year and is 6-0 again, I guarantee you'd find them ranked pretty high.

-- Posted by semohoops on Wed, Oct 3, 2012, at 9:13 AM

I am with you semohoops. You see Sikeston,SG,Caruthersville, and Valle ranked a lot. That's because they put out a consistantly good team year after year. These are the best teams in Semo just about every year.

I think Portageville has a good team. Should they be ranked in the Top 10? Not sure yet. They at least deserve a vote, which they got. They will finish the season 9-0 unless NMCC surprises them. We all will know how good they are come the Semi's of Districts and the Finals if they make it that far. Can they do it? Sure! They're style of play works to their advantage because they can keep the other team off the field with their clock control. In order to beat Valle though, they will need to open up that offense a little more and pass it some. I know this from first hand exp. Caruthersville ran the ball better than anyone last year but went against a great team who knew to stack the box and make us pass, which we didn't do. Same applies to Portageville.

-- Posted by Cheesehead. on Wed, Oct 3, 2012, at 9:39 AM


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Brian Rosener has been the sports editor for the Daily American Republic in Poplar Bluff, Mo. since December 2001. He was born and raised in St. Louis, where he attended Lindbergh High School and Webster University. He is married to Jennifer, a Poplar Bluff native, has a son Jack, 12, who is a much better runner and swimmer, and a dog named Satchel.
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