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WPIAL high school football rankings for Week 7

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Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013, 10:54 p.m.
 

Football

Class AAAA

Rank/Team W-L Prv.

1. Central Catholic 6-0 1

2. Upper St. Clair 6-0 2

3. Gateway 6-0 3

4. McKeesport 6-0 4

5. Woodland Hills 4-2 5

6. Bethel Park 5-1 6

7. Seneca Valley 5-1 7

8. North Allegheny 4-2 8

9. Penn Hills 4-2 9

10. Pine-Richland 3-3 10

Out: None

Class AAA

1. West Allegheny 6-0 1

2. Thom. Jefferson 6-0 2

3. West Mifflin 6-0 3

4. Central Valley 5-1 4

5. Mars 5-1 5

6. New Castle 5-1 6

7. Frank. Regional 5-1 8

8. Highlands 5-1 9

9. Eliz. Forward 4-2 7

10. Ringgold 4-2 10

Out: None

Class AA

1. Aliquippa 6-0 1

2. South Fayette 6-0 2

3. Mt. Pleasant 6-0 3

4. Beaver Falls 6-0 4

5. Washington 6-0 5

6. S.S. Academy 6-0 6

7. Seton-La Salle 5-1 8

8. Valley 5-1 9

9. Kittanning 6-0 10

10. Quaker Valley 5-1 7

Out: None

Class A

1. Sto-Rox 6-0 1

2. North Catholic 6-0 2

3. Neshannock 5-1 3

4. Monessen 5-1 4

5. Clairton 5-1 5

6. Fort Cherry 5-1 7

7. Avonworth 5-1 6

8. Beth-Center 6-0 8

9. Apollo-Ridge 4-2 9

10. Carmichaels 5-1 10

Out: None

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