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2022 AHSFHS.org Power Ratings Top Ten



     This Week's Power Ratings Top Ten
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  This Week's AHSFHS Power Ratings for Every Team  




            The AHSFHS Power Ratings are just that. It is not a popularity poll. The ratings use algorithms to determine the strength of teams. It looks at the entire schedule, the strength of that schedule and how each team performed against the schedule they have played. Just because one team beat another team does not necessarily mean they will be rated higher.

          Last week Hoover defeated Thompson but the Warriors are still rated higher than Hoover but only slightly. Vestavia Hills (5-4) is rated high mainly because the teams they lost to are rated higher than them.

         Some fans have wondered where is UMS-Wright? The Bulldogs are undefeated but have won most games by less than what the Power Ratings had predicted. So most weeks they do not gain points while the other 5A teams have performed better or much better than expected. UMS-Wright is doing what they are suppose to do on the football field. Just win.

         The Central Phenix City Red Devils move up to tie Thompson in this week's 7A Power Ratings followed by Hoover and Auburn. In 6A Theodore beat Saraland but were overtaken by Clay-Chalkville for the #1 spot. Notice that Hartselle, Saraland and Theodore are tied for second place this week.


          Pleasant Grove moves back to the top of 5A over Demopolis.

          No surprise in 4A as Catholic Montgomery has a big lead over second place Andalusia.

          Mars Hill, Fyffe and Elba retain the top spots in the three lower classifications. Fyffe has a gigantic lead in 2A.

          The biggest movers since the preseason ratings have Houston Academy +31, Lexington +31, Mars Hill +28, Catholic Montgomery +28, Anniston +28 and West Morgan +28.




 
7A

1Central Phenix City (7-2)      95.5
2Thompson (7-3)      95.5
3Hoover (9-1)      94.3
4Auburn (8-1)      90.3
5Hewitt-Trussville (7-3)      87.2
6Vestavia Hills (5-4)      86.1
7Florence (8-2)      84.9
8Enterprise (6-3)      83.7
9Prattville (6-3)      81.3
10Sparkman (5-4)      77.4
 
6A

1Clay-Chalkville (8-1)      94.9
2Hartselle (9-0)      91.9
3Saraland (8-1)      91.9
4Theodore (9-0)      91.9
5Mountain Brook (7-2)      88.3
6Hueytown (6-3)      87.8
7Hillcrest Tuscaloosa (10-0)      85.3
8Gardendale (7-2)      82.9
9Muscle Shoals (7-1)      82.4
10Homewood (7-2)      79.6
 
5A

1Pleasant Grove (8-1)      87.3
2Demopolis (9-1)      85.0
3Ramsay (8-2)      83.5
4Russellville (6-3)      81.7
5Faith Academy (7-2)      78.0
6Moody (9-1)      77.6
7Arab (9-1)      77.1
8Gulf Shores (8-1)      75.2
9Leeds (9-0)      74.9
10Guntersville (7-2)      74.1
 
4A

1Catholic Montgomery (10-0)      91.3
2Andalusia (9-1)      77.4
3Priceville (10-0)      74.6
4West Morgan (8-1)      74.4
5Anniston (9-0)      73.2
6Cherokee County (8-1)      72.1
7Bibb County (7-3)      71.7
8Handley (9-1)      71.0
9Randolph (7-2)      70.1
10T.R. Miller (8-1)      67.6
 
3A

1Mars Hill (8-1)      79.9
2Gordo (8-1)      72.3
3Houston Academy (9-0)      67.7
4Dadeville (8-0)      66.8
5Winfield (8-1)      66.8
6Madison Academy (7-2)      66.6
7Piedmont (7-2)      63.1
8Mobile Christian (3-7)      62.5
9Trinity (8-2)      58.3
10St. James (7-2)      58.0
 
2A

1Fyffe (9-0)      73.3
2Lexington (8-1)      61.6
3Aliceville (9-1)      58.6
4Reeltown (7-1)      55.6
5Vincent (9-1)      54.7
6Ariton (9-1)      52.9
7Highland Home (9-1)      50.7
8B.B. Comer (8-2)      50.4
9Hatton (7-2)      47.4
10Cleveland (6-3)      47.0
 
1A

1Elba (9-0)      55.8
2Linden (8-0)      54.3
3Maplesville (7-2)      53.2
4Millry (9-1)      51.8
5Sweet Water (6-2)      51.2
6Brantley (7-2)      51.1
7Meek (9-0)      51.0
8Spring Garden (9-1)      48.8
9Addison (7-2)      48.1
10Leroy (7-1)      44.5







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