Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Butler sits atop final regular-season AP football poll

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) _ The Associated Press state high school football poll for the week of November 9, first-place votes in parentheses, records and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers:

^Class 4-A=

† 1. Matthews Butler (10)            (11-0) 100 1

† 2. Mallard Creek                   (11-0) 86 2

† 3. Richmond County                 (10-1) 72 3

† 4. Durham Hillside                 (11-0) 68 4

† 5. Asheville Reynolds              (11-0) 59 6

† 6. Fayetteville Britt              (10-1) 36 T7

† T7. New Bern                       (10-0) 34 T7

† T7. Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor        (10-1) 34 9

† 9. Fayetteville Seventy-First      (10-1) 28 NR

†10. Indian Trail Porter Ridge       (10-1) 22 10

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¶   Others receiving votes: Greensboro Smith 11. <

^Class 3-A=

† 1. West Rowan (10)                 (11-0) 100 1

† 2. Charlotte Catholic              (11-0) 90 2

† 3. Lawndale Burns                  (10-1) 78 4

† 4. Kannapolis Brown                (10-1) 65 6

† 5. Hope Mills Gray's Creek         (10-1) 53 7

† 6. Lenoir Hibriten                 (9-2)  46 3

† 7. Marvin Ridge                    (9-2)  36 8

† 8. Northern Guilford               (9-2)  24 5

† 9. Western Alamance                (9-2)  16 NR

†10. Wilson Hunt                     (9-2)  12 NR

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¶   Others receiving votes: Asheville 8, Shelby Crest 5, Asheville Erwin 4, East Henderson 4, Morganton Freedom 4, Belmont South Point 2, Havelock 2, South Brunswick 1. <

^Class 2-A=

† 1. Tarboro (10)                    (11-0) 100 1

† 2. Lincolnton                      (11-0) 81 2

† 3. Boonville Starmount             (11-0) 80 3

† 4. Burlington Cummings             (10-1) 65 4

† 5. South Iredell                   (11-0) 60 5

† 6. Thomasville                     (10-1) 39 6

† 7. Polk County                     (10-1) 37 T7

† 8. Newton-Conover                  (10-1) 30 T7

† 9. SouthWest Edgecombe             (9-2)  19 9

†10. South Columbus                  (10-0) 12 10

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¶   Others receiving votes: Winston-Salem Carver 9, Canton Pisgah 6, Burnsville Mountain Heritage 5, Kinston 4, East Duplin 2, Roanoke Rapids 1. <

^Class 1-A=

† 1. Wallace-Rose Hill (9)            (11-0) 99  1

† 2. Albemarle (1)                    (7-4) 84  2

† 3. Southwest Onslow                 (10-1) 80  3

† 4. Mt. Airy                         (9-2) 69  4

† 5. Plymouth                         (10-2) 56  5

† 6. Murphy                           (9-3) 47  7

† 7. Pender County                    (8-2) 36  6

† 8. Gates County                     (10-1) 30  8

† 9. Avery County                     (8-3) 18  10

†10. West Montgomery                  (6-5) 9   9

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¶   Others receiving votes: Kernersville McGuinness 7, Williamston Riverside 6, Goldsboro 3, Ayden-Grifton 3, North Edgecombe 3.<

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yet Butler is seeded 3rd behind Mallard Creek and Richmond County (who they already beat this year!).
The seeding of h.s. football in N.C. makes no sense. It's like randomly throwing darts at a dart board.

Anonymous said...

boohoo...

waaaaaaaaaaaa...

sniffle sniffle ...

those big ole nchsaa meanies ...

we gonna take our ball and go home ...

and waddell and/or harding are big whiny crybabies over school closings?

geeshhhhhh