HHS holds top spot in Class AAA football
HUNTINGTON – Huntington High held the top spot in the Class AAA state football ratings with last week’s victory over previously No. 2 Cabell Midland.
Huntington High (4-0) leads No. 2 George Washington (4-0) in the new ratings.
Point Pleasant (3-0) is in a tie for No. 3 with Capital (3-0) and Wheeling Park (3-0), followed by Oak Hill (3-0), Morgantown (4-0) and Martinsburg (3-1).
Cabell Midland (3-1) slipped into a tie for No. 9.
Huntington High visits winless Ripley (0-4) on Friday while Cabell Midland entertains No. 13 Hurricane (3-1).
Winfield (2-1) is tied for 16th in Class AAA and Logan (3-1) is 18th.
Spring Valley (2-2) is tied for No. 22 going into a Friday game at No. 24 Princeton (2-2).
Lincoln County (0-4) is one of six winless Class AAA teams.
Class AA Fairmont Senior (3-0) and Sissonville (4-0) are still Nos. 1 and 2 in their class with Summers County (4-0) at No. 3. Wayne (3-0) moved up into a tie with Frankfort (3-0) for No. 4.
One of the state’s big games Friday is Sissonville at Wayne.
Chapmanville and Mingo Central, both 3-1, share the 10th position in Class AA.
Tolsia picked up a victory last week against Herbert Hoover and moved up to No. 23 with a 1-3 record.
No. 33 Poca is 1-3.
Madonna (3-0) and Williamstown (3-0) are tied atop the Class A ratings with St. Marys (4-0) and East Hardy (3-0) close behind.
Man (3-1) climbed into the Top 10 in a tie for No. 8 and Wahama (3-1) is No. 14. Tug Valley (2-2) checked in at No. 18, Hannan (1-3) is tied for 33rd and Buffalo (0-4) remains winless.
West Virginia’s regular season ratings determine 16 teams in each class that make the playoffs.
In Ohio, there are seven divisions and 26 regions. The top eight teams in each region go to the playoffs.
Wheelersburg (4-0) is rated No. 2 in Division V, Region 17. South Point (4-0) is fifth, Ironton (3-1) is eighth and Fairland (2-2) is 10th.
Division VII Symmes Valley (3-1) is No. 8 in Region 25.
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