Week 4: State Football Rankings

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Big 8 Conference Standings

West

School Record Big 8
Lamar 3-0 0-0
Cassville 3-0 1-0
Seneca 2-1 1-0
McDonald Co.1-21-0
Monett 1-2 0-1
Nevada 0-3 0-1
East Newton 0-3 0-1

East

School Record Big 8
Mt. Vernon 3-0 1-0
Springfield Catholic2-1 1-0
Reeds Spring2-1 1-0
Marshfield 1-2 0-1
Hollister 1-2 0-1
Aurora1-2 0-0
Logan-Rogersville1-20-1

This week’s schedule

Lamar at Monett

Cassville at Seneca

Logan-Rogersville at Aurora

Hollister at McDonald County

Springfield Catholic at Marshfield

Mt. Vernon at Reeds Spring

Nevada at East Newton

Ash Grove at Pierce City

Last week’s results

Monett at Cassville, 14-21

Aurora at Lamar, 21-48

East Newton at McDonald County, 22-25

Hollister at Springfield Catholic, 20-21

Marshfield at Mt. Vernon, 13-18

Seneca at Nevada, 39-18

Reeds Spring at Logan-Rogersville, 19-7

Sarcoxie at Pierce City, 0-39

Southwest Conference Results

SchoolRecord Conf.
Pierce City3-0 2-0
Miller3-0 2-0
Ash Grove2-1 2-0
Lockwood2-12-1
Marionville1-2 1-1
Sarcoxie0-3 0-2
Diamond1-2 0-2
Pleasant Hope0-30-3

Class 3, District 6

Seed School Points
1. Cassville47.67
2. Mt. Vernon43
3. Monett36.67
4. Seneca35.67
5. Reeds Spring34.33
6. Hollister26
7. Aurora23
8. Nevada13.67

Class 1, District 2

Seed School Points
1. Thayer56.33
2. Miller54.67
3. Pierce City48
4. Cabool44.33
5. Ash Grove36
6. Marionville 27
7. Diamond 25.67
8. Sarcoxie18.67

2019 Rankings

CLASS 3

1. Blair Oaks (9)

2. Odessa

3. Trinity

4. Mt. Vernon

5. St. Charles West

6. Southern Boone

7. Cassville

8. Kennett

9. Boonville

10. St. Francis Borgia

Also receiving votes: Center; Lutheran St. Charles

CLASS 2

1. Cardinal Ritter (9)

2. Lutheran North

3. Lathrop

4. Lamar

5. Maryville

6. Centralia

7. Ava

8. Clark County

9. Macon

10. Palmyra

Also receiving votes: Summit Christian Academy; Knob Noster Caruthersville; Hallsville

CLASS 1

1. Lincoln (9)

2. Pierce City

3. Thayer

4. Mid Buchanan

5. Carrollton

T6. Hayti

T6. Valle Catholic

8. Marceline

T9. Adrian

T9. Gallatin

Also receiving votes: Miller; Milan; Hamilton-Penney; Westran

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

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