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Aliquippa remains atop state football rankings in Week 11

| Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, 11:18 p.m.
Aliquippa's MJ Devonshire Jr. rushes downfield during their game against Quaker Valley in Leetsdale on Friday, Oct. 13, 2017.
Nate Smallwood | Tribune-Review
Aliquippa's MJ Devonshire Jr. rushes downfield during their game against Quaker Valley in Leetsdale on Friday, Oct. 13, 2017.

Here's a look at the Pennlive.com state football rankings for Week 11:

Class 6A

Rank School W-L Pvs

1. St. Joseph's Prep (12) 9-0 1

2. Pine-Richland (7) 11-0 2

3. Parkland (11) 11-0 3

4. Delaware Valley (2) 11-0 4

5. Coatesville (1) 10-1 6

6. Downingtown East (1) 10-1 7

7. La Salle College HS (12) 7-3 8

8. Cumberland Valley (3) 8-2 5

9. North Penn (1) 9-2 9

10. Neshaminy (1) 10-1 10

Teams to watch: State College (6) 8-2, Manheim Twp. (3) 9-1, Garnet Valley (1) 10-1, Pittsburgh C.C. (7) 9-2, Perkiomen Valley (1) 10-1, Penn Hills (7) 8-3.

Class 5A

1. Harrisburg (3) 10-0 1

2. Archbishop Wood (12) 7-2 2

3. Springfield-Delco (1) 11-0 3

4. Gateway (7) 10-1 4

5. Manheim Central (3) 10-0 5

6. Grove City (10) 10-0 6

7. McKeesport (7) 8-2 7

8. Penn-Trafford (7) 10-1 8

9. Cocalico (3) 9-1 9

10. Unionville (1) 10-1 10

Teams to watch: Governor Mifflin (3) 9-1, Upper Moreland (1) 10-0, Southern Lehigh (11) 10-1, Whitehall (11) 8-3.

Class 4A

1. Cathedral Prep (10) 10-0 1

2. Imhotep Charter (12) 8-1 2

3. Berks Catholic (3) 10-0 3

4. Belle Vernon (7) 10-0 4

5. South Fayette (7) 11-0 5

6. Thomas Jefferson (7) 9-1 6

7. Bethlehem Catholic (11) 9-2 7

8. John Bartram (12) 11-0 8

9. Pottsgrove (1) 10-1 9

10. Bishop McDevitt (3) 8-2 10

Teams to watch: Selinsgrove (4) 9-2, Montour (7) 8-2, Berwick (2) 9-2, Shikellamy (4) 9-2, Bellefonte (6) 9-2.

Class 3A

1. Aliquippa (7) 11-0 1

2. Scranton Prep (2) 11-0 2

3. Middletown (3) 10-0 4

4. Mercyhurst Prep (10) 10-0 3

5. Palisades (11) 11-0 5

6. Quaker Valley (7) 10-1 6

7. Seton-LaSalle (7) 9-1 8

8. Lehighton (11) 11-0 9

9. Wyomissing (3) 9-1 7

10. Forest Hills (6) 9-1 10

Teams to watch: Jim Thorpe (11) 10-1, Notre Dame-Green Pond (11) 9-2, Beaver Area (7) 9-2, Huntingdon Area (6) 9-1, Littlestown (3) 9-1, New Hope-Solebury (1) 9-1.

Class 2A

1. Southern Columbia (4) 11-0 1

2. Steel Valley (7) 9-0 2

3. Dunmore (2) 11-0 3

4. Washington (7) 10-0 4

5. Ligonier Valley (6) 11-0 5

6. Wilmington (10) 10-0 6

7. Kane (9) 11-0 7

8. Neumann-Goretti (12) 9-0 8

9. Newport (3) 9-1 NR

10. Clarion (9) 10-0 10

Teams to watch: Chestnut Ridge (5) 9-1, Berlin-Brothersvalley (9) 10-1, Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic (7) 9-2, West Catholic (12) 8-3, York Catholic (3) 8-2.

Class A

1. Bishop Guilfoyle (6) 10-0 1

2. Williams Valley (11) 11-0 3

3. California (7) 11-0 4

4. Steel-High (3) 8-2 2

5. Imani Christian (7) 9-2 5

6. Clairton (7) 8-2 6

7. Jeannette (7) 10-1 7

8. Homer-Center (6) 9-1 8

9. Our Lady of Sacred Heart (7) 9-2 9

10. Old Forge (2) 10-1 10

Teams to watch: Farrell (10) 8-2, Curwensville (9) 8-1, Portage (6) 8-2, Windber (5) 8-3.

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