Football: Inquirer State Rankings

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Junior tailback D'Andre Pollard and Neshaminy (10-1) are ranked No. 10 in the state in Class AAAA by The Inquirer. The Redskins host Spring-Ford (9-2) in a PIAA District 1 Class AAAA playoff quarterfinal at 7 p.m. Friday at Harry E. Franks Stadium.

The Inquirer State Football Rankings

Last week's ranking in parentheses. Local teams in bold.

Class AAAA

1. Upper St. Clair (1) 11-0

2. Pitts. Central Catholic (2) 11-0

3. Pennsbury (4) 10-1

4. Wilson-West Lawn (5) 11-0

5. St. Joseph's Prep (6) 8-2

6. Garnet Valley (9) 11-0

7. Woodland Hills (10) 9-2

8. Whitehall (NR) 10-1

9. La Salle (8) 8-3

10. Neshaminy (NR) 10-1

Class AAA

1. Cathedral Prep (1) 10-0

2. Thomas Jefferson (2) 11-0

3. West Allegheny (3) 11-0

4. Manheim Central (4) 11-0

5. Bishop McDevitt (5) 10-1

6. Archbishop Wood (6) 9-2

7. Berwick (7) 11-0

8. Central Valley (8) 10-1

9. Pottsgrove (9) 11-0

10. Cocalico (10) 10-1

Class AA

1. Imhotep Charter (1) 9-1

2. Aliquippa (2) 11-0

3. South Fayette (3) 11-0

4. Richland (4) 11-0

5. Berks Catholic (5) 11-0

6. West Catholic (6) 9-2

7. Littlestown (7) 11-0

8. Catasauqua (9) 10-1

9. Greenville (NR) 11-0

10. Beaver Falls (NR) 9-2

Class A

1. South. Columbia (1) 11-0

2. Dunmore (2) 11-0

3. Sto-Rox (3) 11-0

4. North Catholic (4) 11-0

5. Clairton (5) 10-1

6. Old Forge (7) 10-1

7. Clarion (8) 11-0

8. Steelton-Highspire (9) 10-1

9. S. Williamsport (10) 10-1

10. Neshannock (NR) 9-2

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