Week 5 High School Football Rankings

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Big 8 Conference Standings

School Record Big 8
Lamar 4-0 4-0
Seneca 4-0 2-0
McDonald County3-11-1
Mt. Vernon 3-1 1-1
Aurora 2-2 1-1
Cassville 2-2 1-2
Monett 2-2 0-2
East Newton 0-4 0-3

This week’s schedule

Aurora at Monett

Cassville at St. James

East Newton at Seneca

Lamar – Idle

Mt. Vernon at McDonald County

Pierce City at Miller

Last week's results

Monett at Lamar, 0-51

Aurora at East Newton, 52-25

McDonald County at Cassville, 21-14

Seneca at Mt. Vernon, 19-7

Pierce City at Green Forest, Ark., 35-7

Class 3, District 4

Seed School Points

1. Seneca 55.67

2. Mt. Vernon 37.83

3. Cassville 34.33

4. Monett 33.67

5. Reeds Spring 33

6. Hollister 28.33

7. Aurora 22.67

8. East Newton 12.83

Class 1, District 2

1. Pierce City 51.5

2. Sarcoxie 50.05

3. Thayer 47.3

4. Marionville 44.67

5. Ash Grove 41.5

6. Miller 25.08

7. Pleasant Hope, 23.67

8. Cabool 22

2017 Rankings

CLASS 4

1. Webb City (15)

2. Carl Junction

3. Kearney

4. Platte County

5. Parkway North

6. Parkway Central

7. Ladue

8. West Plains

9. Harrisonville

10. Camdenton

Also receiving votes: Hannibal, MICDS, St. Francis Borgia, Raytown South, St. Mary’s, Smithville

CLASS 3

1. McCluer South-Berkeley (15)

2. Blair Oaks

3. Park Hills Central

4. Chillicothe

5. Maryville

6. Seneca

7. Center

8. Mt. Vernon

9. Miller Career

10. Eldon

Also receiving votes: Mexico, St. James

CLASS 2

1. Lamar (13)

2. Trinity (2)

3. Lutheran North

4. Ava

5. Mountain Grove

6. Centralia

7. Lexington

8. Lathrop

9. Cardinal Ritter

10. North Callaway

Also receiving votes: Brentwood, South Callaway, Palmyra

CLASS 1

1. Valle Catholic (12)

2. Monroe City (3)

3. Marceline

4. Hamilton-Penney

5. Lincoln

6. Hayti

7. Pierce City

8. Westran

9. Thayer

10. Lockwood

Also receiving votes: Wellington-Napoleon

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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