Week 7 football rankings

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Big 8 Conference Standings

West

School Record Div.
Lamar 6-0 3-0
Cassville 6-0 4-0
McDonald Co.3-32-1
Seneca 2-4 2-2
Nevada 1-5 1-2
Monett 1-5 0-3
East Newton 0-6 0-4

East

School Record Div.

Springfield

Catholic5-1 4-0
Reeds Spring5-1 3-1
Mt. Vernon 5-1 3-1
Marshfield 4-2 1-2
Hollister 2-4 0-3
Aurora2-4 1-2
Logan-Rogersville0-60-3

This week’s schedule

Monett at East Newton

Hollister at Aurora

Cassville at Nevada

Lamar at McDonald County

Springfield Catholic at Logan-Rogersville

Marshfield at Reeds Spring

Seneca at Mt. Vernon

Pierce City at St. Michael the Archangel

Last week’s results

Aurora at Springfield Catholic, 42-7

McDonald County at Cassville, 6-37

Seneca at Monett, 49-28

East Newton at Lamar, 0-65

Logan Rogersville at Mt. Vernon, 0-30

Nevada at Marshfield, 0-28

Reeds Spring at Hollister, 47-27

Pierce City at Marionville, 26-0

Class 3, District 6

Seed School Points
1. Cassville50.672. Mt. Vernon44.5
3. Reeds Spring41.33
4. Hollister29
5. Seneca28.17
6. Aurora24.5
7. Nevada21
8. Clinton18.5

Class 4, District 6

Seed School Points
1. Webb City55.33
2. Neosho42.33
3. Carl Junction38.83
4. Marshfield35.67
5. McDonald County28.5
6. Hillcrest28.17
7. Bolivar24.67
8. Monett 19.83

Weekly State Rankings

CLASS 4

1. Webb City (12)

2. Ladue

3. Kearney

4. West Plains

5. Platte County

6. MICDS

7. Camdenton

8. Smithville

9. St. Francis Borgia

10. Rolla

Also receiving votes: Excelsior Springs

CLASS 3

1. Odessa (6)

2. Trinity (6)

3. Cardinal Ritter

4. Maryville

5. Cassville

6. Southern Boone

7. Mt. Vernon

T8. Springfield Catholic

T8. St. Clair

10. Reeds Spring

Also receiving votes: Moberly

CLASS 2

1. Lamar (12)

2. Blair Oaks

3. Lathrop

4. Lutheran North

5. Lawson

6. Clark County

7. Monroe City

8. Palmyra

9. North Callaway

10. Macon

Also receiving votes: Ava, Lexington

CLASS 1

1. East Buchanan (10)

2. Westran

3. Hayti (2)

4. Fayette

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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