Week 6 State Football Rankings

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Big 8 Conference Standings

School Record Big 8
Lamar 4-0 4-0
Seneca 5-0 3-0
Mt. Vernon 4-1 2-1
Aurora 3-2 2-1
McDonald Co.3-21-2
Cassville 3-2 1-2
Monett 2-3 0-3
East Newton 0-5 0-4

This week’s schedule

Monett at Cassville

Seneca at Aurora

East Newton at Mt. Vernon

McDonald County at Lamar

Pierce City at Lockwood

Last week’s results

Aurora at Monett, 46-10

Cassville at St. James, 33-6

East Newton at Seneca, 36-6

Lamar – Idle

Mt. Vernon at McDonald Co., 43-21

Pierce City at Miller, 42-14

Class 3, District 4

Seed School Points
1. Seneca 51.8
2. Mt. Vernon 42.2
3. Reeds Spring 39.5
4. Cassville 37.72
5. Aurora 32.14
6. Monett 29.32
7. Hollister 25.4
8. East Newton 14.37

Class 1, District 2

Seed School Points
1. Sarcoxie 51.38
2. Pierce City 50.61
3. Thayer 49.01
4. Ash Grove 44.05
5. Marionville 41.5
6. Pleasant Hope 24
7. Miller 23.3
8. Cabool 22.5

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. Harrisonville

9. Camdenton

10. West Plains

Also receiving votes: Smithville, St. Francis Borgia, MICDS, Hannibal

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: Boonville

CLASS 2

1. Lamar (13)

2. Trinity (2)

3. Lutheran North

4. Ava

5. Mountain Grove

6. Centralia

7. Lexington

8. Cardinal Ritter

9. North Callaway

T10. Lafayette County

T10. South Callaway

Also receiving votes: Lathrop, Palmyra, Brentwood, Lawson

CLASS 1

1. Valle Catholic (11)

2. Monroe City (4)

3. Marceline

4. Hamilton-Penney

5. Lincoln

6. Hayti

7. Pierce City

8. Thayer

9. Lockwood

10. Fayette

Also receiving votes: Westran, Princeton

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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