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Hillbillies remain 5th in Class A, Tigers fall to 14th in Class AA

Bill Lusk | WVOW Sports

PARKERSBURG Man High School remained at No. 5 in this week’s West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commission Class A high school football computer ratings released Tuesday afternoon.

Man remained fifth after defeating Wyoming East, 69-0, last week at George A. Queen Memorial Field.

Chapmanville fell to three spots in the Class AA rankings, falling from 11th to 14th after a 40-7 loss to fourth-ranked Scott.

For the second consecutive week, Morgantown, North Marion and James Monroe remained at the top of their classes.

Morgantown leads Class AAA and was followed by Cabell Midland, Huntington, Princeton and Parkersburg South. Parkersburg is sixth, Spring Mills seventh, Hurricane eighth, Woodrow Wilson ninth and Martinsburg 10th.

Bridgeport is ranked 11th, Oak Hill 12th, Musselman 13th, Jefferson 14th, Brooke 15th and Hedgesville is ranked 16th. George Washington is 17th, Wheeling Park 18th, University 19th and Buckhannon-Upshur 20th.

In Class AA, North Marion is followed by Roane County second, Philip Barbour third, Scott fourth and Mingo Central fifth. Fairmont Senior is sixth, Winfield seventh, Frankfort eighth, Weir ninth and Herbert Hoover 10th.

East Fairmont checks in at 11th, Keyser 12th, Lincoln 13th, Chapmanville 14th, Nitro 15th and Liberty (Harrison) 16th. Shady Spring is ranked 17th, reigning Class AA champion Independence and Lewis County are tied for 18th and Clay County is 20th.

James Monroe is at the top of the Class A rankings for a second consecutive week. The Mavericks are followed by Williamstown, St. Marys, Tucker County and Man. Wahama is sixth, Tug Valley seventh, Montcalm eighth, and Greenbrier West and Tyler Consolidated tied for ninth.

Summers County is 11th, Midland Trail 12th, Petersburg 13th, Cameron and Valley (Wetzel) tied for 14th and Doddridge County 16th. Paden City is 17th, Sherman 18th and Madonna and Moorefield tied for 19th.

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