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Week 5 Western Pa. Volleyball Coaches Association poll

| Monday, Oct. 2, 2017, 3:21 p.m.
Bishop Canevin's Maddie Maziarz (left) and Tamara Blue compete in a volleyball match against Brentwood on Sept. 27, 2017, at Brentwood.
Jeff Healy | For the Tribune-Review
Bishop Canevin's Maddie Maziarz (left) and Tamara Blue compete in a volleyball match against Brentwood on Sept. 27, 2017, at Brentwood.

North Allegheny (Class AAAA), Knoch (AAA), Freeport (AA) and Bishop Canevin (A) remain atop their respective rankings, as the Western Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association released its Week 5 poll:

Class AAAA

1. North Allegheny

2. Pine-Richland

3. Oakland Catholic

4. Baldwin

5. Upper St. Clair

6. Armstrong

7. Seneca Valley

8. Peters Township

9. Norwin

10. Bethel Park

Other team receiving votes: Hempfield

Class AAA

1. Knoch

2. Central Valley

3. Montour

4. Hampton

5. South Fayette

6. West Allegheny

7. Thomas Jefferson

8. Mars

9. Chartiers Valley

10. Elizabeth Forward

Other teams receiving votes: Ambridge, Greensburg Salem, Indiana

Class AA

1. Freeport

2. Beaver

3. Serra Catholic

4. Avonworth

5. Neshannock

6. Seton LaSalle

7. Shenango

8. Deer Lakes

9. Waynesburg

10. Derry

Other teams receiving votes: Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic, South Side Beaver

Class A

1. Bishop Canevin


3. Frazier

4. Brentwood

5. Geibel

6. Fort Cherry

7. California

8. Trinity Christian

9. Carmichaels

10. Greensburg Central Catholic

Other teams receiving votes: Beaver County Christian, Leechburg, Vincentian Academy, Chartiers-Houston

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