Week 6 State Football Rankings

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Big 8 Conference Standings

West

School Record Div.
Lamar 5-0 2-0
Cassville 5-0 3-0
McDonald Co.3-22-0
Seneca 1-4 1-2
Nevada 1-4 1-2
Monett 1-4 0-2
East Newton 0-5 0-3

East

School Record Div.

Springfield

Catholic4-1 3-0
Reeds Spring4-1 2-1
Mt. Vernon 4-1 2-1
Marshfield 3-2 1-2
Hollister 2-3 0-2
Aurora2-3 1-1

Logan-

Rogersville0-50-2

This week’s schedule

Aurora at Springfield Catholic

McDonald County at Cassville

Seneca at Monett

East Newton at Lamar

Logan Rogersville at Mt. Vernon

Nevada at Marshfield

Reeds Spring at Hollister

Pierce City at Marionville

Last week’s results

Mt. Vernon at Aurora, 0-28

Cassville at East Newton, 47-0

Hollister at Marshfield, 26-31

Lamar at Seneca, 49-27

Monett at Logan-Rogersville, 43-28

Nevada at McDonald County, 20-42

Springfield Catholic at Reeds Spring, 17-14

Pierce City at Forsyth, 53-0

Class 3, District 6

Seed School Points
1. Cassville 49
2. Mt. Vernon 45
3. Reeds Spring 39.9
4. Hollister 31.8
5. Aurora 26.3
6. Seneca 22.7
7. Nevada 20.2
8. Clinton 18.75

Class 4, District 6

Seed School Points
1. Webb City55.25
2. Neosho44.6
3. Carl Junction35
4. Marshfield34.2
5. McDonald County30.8
6. Bolivar25.5
7. Hillcrest22.6
8. Monett 21.7

Weekly State Rankings

CLASS 4

1. Webb City (12)

2. Ladue

3. Kearney

4. West Plains

5. MICDS

6. Platte County

7. Smithville

8. Camdenton

9. St. Francis Borgia

10. Rolla

CLASS 3

1. Odessa (8)

2. Trinity (4)

3. Cardinal Ritter

4. Maryville

5. Cassville

6. Southern Boone

7. Mt. Vernon

8. St. Clair

9. Springfield Catholic

10. Reeds Spring

Also receiving votes: Lutheran South, Moberly

CLASS 2

1. Lamar (12)

2. Blair Oaks

3. Lathrop

4. Lawson

5. Lutheran North

6. Clark County

7. Monroe City

8. Palmyra

9. Macon

10. North Callaway

Also receiving votes: Ava, Lexington, Jefferson

CLASS 1

1. Westran (12)

2. East Buchanan

3. Fayette

4. Hayti

5. Marceline

6. Adrian

7. Pierce City

8. Lincoln

9. Valle Catholic

10. Hamilton-Penney

Also receiving votes: Milan

Statewide high school football rankings are compiled by a 12-member panel of sports writers and broadcasters. The number of first-place votes is listed in parentheses.

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