Trib HS football preseason rankings
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The Tribune-Review's preseason high school football rankings for each classification heading into the 2009 season.
1. Penn Hills — 8-4
2. McKeesport — 9-3
3. Gateway — 12-1
4. Woodland Hills — 4-6
5. Central Catholic — 8-3
6. North Allegheny — 6-5
7. Canon-McMillan — 6-4
8. Upper St. Clair — 6-4
9. Bethel Park — 15-1
10. Shaler — 8-3
1, Thomas Jefferson — 15-1
2. New Castle — 8-4
3. Hopewell — 8-3
4. Franklin Regional — 5-5
5. Chartiers Valley — 7-3
6. Trinity — 5-5
7. Montour — 6-5
8. Indiana — 8-3
9. Uniontown — 6-4
10. Greensburg Salem — 5-5
1. Beaver Falls — 12-1
2. Greensburg Central Catholic — 10-1
3. Center — 8-3
4. Aliquippa — 12-3
5. Keystone Oaks — 8-2
6. Sto-Rox — 8-2
7. Shady Side Academy — 11-1
8. Jeannette — 10-2
9. Freeport — 6-4
10. Seton-La Salle — 8-2
1. Clairton — 15-1
2. Rochester — 10-2
3. Monessen — 7-4
4. Serra Catholic — 6-4
5. South Side Beaver — 7-4
6. Springdale — 6-4
7. North Catholic — 8-3
8. Beth-Center — 8-2
9. Burgettstown — 4-6
10. Brentwood — 4-6
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