Week 3 High School Football Rankings

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Big 8 Conference Standings

School Record Big 8
Lamar 2-0 2-0
Monett 2-0 0-0
McDonald County2-00-0
Mt. Vernon 2-0 0-0
Seneca 2-0 0-0
Aurora 1-1 0-0
Cassville 1-1 0-1
East Newton 0-2 0-1

This week’s schedule

Mt. Vernon at Monett

Lamar at Aurora

Cassville at East Newton

McDonald County at Seneca

Pierce City at Jasper

Last week's results

Logan-Rogersville at Monett, 6-28

Cassville at Reeds Spring, 39-28

Aurora at Liberty (Mountain View), 28-21

Lamar at East Newton, 63-0

Marshfield at McDonald County, 7-14

Liberal at Pierce City, 16-31

Mt. Vernon at Springfield Catholic, 16-14

Seneca at Osage, 27-7

Class 3, District 4

Seed School Points
1. Seneca 55.5
2. Monett 48
3. Hollister 43
4. Mt. Vernon 42.5
5. Cassville 29
6. Aurora 27
7.East Newton 17
8. Reeds Spring 13

Class 1, District 2

1. Sarcoxie 58

2. Marionville 53

3. Pierce City 50.5

4. Ash Grove 49

5. Thayer 40

6. Miller 36.5

7. Pleasant Hope, 32

8. Cabool 27

2017 Rankings

CLASS 4

1. Webb City (15)

2. Harrisonville

3. Carl Junction

4. Kearney

5. Hannibal

6. Parkway Central

7. MICDS

8. Platte County

9. Ladue

10. Parkway North

Also receiving votes: Raytown South; Grain Valley; Camdenton

CLASS 3

1. McCluer South-Berkeley (12)

2. Maryville (3)

3. Blair Oaks

4. Miller Career

5. Park Hills Central

6. Southern Boone

7. Monett

8. Mt. Vernon

9. Center

10. Seneca

Also receiving votes: Eldon; Cassville

CLASS 2

1. Lamar (15),

2. Trinity

3. Mountain Grove

4. Lutheran North

5. Ava

6. Centralia

7. South Callaway

8. Cardinal Ritter

9. Brentwood

10. Lexington

Also receiving votes: Caruthersville; Mtn. View-Liberty

CLASS 1

1. Hamilton-Penney (15),

2. Valle Catholic

3. Monroe City

4. Marceline

5. Lincoln

6. Hayti

7. Westran

8. Pierce City

9. Thayer

10. Lockwood

Also receiving votes: Plattsburg; Wellington-Napoleon; South Shelby

Also receiving votes: Wellington-Napoleon; Plattsburg; Cass-Midway; South Shelby

Statewide high school football rankings are compiled by a 14-member panel of sports writers and broadcasters. The number of first-place votes is listed in parentheses.

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