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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.

          Central Phenix City moves back to the top of 7A by a slim margin over Thompson and Hoover. Notice that four teams from region three are in the top six. Maybe this is the SEC West now.

         In 6A Clay-Chalkville is #1 in the final regular season ratings. Mountain Brook jumps to #2 and look at Hueytown moving up. Sometimes it not how many losses a team has. It is who they lost to and by how many points. Hueytown lost to very good teams early and have been on a roll lately.


          Pleasant Grove remains at the top of 5A over Demopolis and Ramsay.

          No surprise in 4A as Catholic Montgomery has a big lead over second place Andalusia and everyone else for that matter.

          Mars Hill and Fyffe retain the top spots in the 3A and 2A. Fyffe has a gigantic lead in 2A. Brantley overtakes Elba in 1A.

          The biggest movers since the preseason ratings have been Mars Hill +29, Houston Academy +29, Meek +29,  Catholic Montgomery +28, Anniston +28 and West Morgan +28.




 
7A

1Central Phenix City (8-2)      96.3
2Thompson (7-3)      95.5
3Auburn (9-1)      95.0
4Hoover (9-1)      94.3
5Hewitt-Trussville (7-3)      87.2
6Vestavia Hills (6-4)      86.3
7Florence (8-2)      84.9
8Enterprise (7-3)      82.2
9Prattville (6-4)      80.5
10Dothan High (7-3)      79.5
 
6A

1Clay-Chalkville (8-1)      94.9
2Mountain Brook (8-2)      92.0
3Saraland (9-1)      91.0
4Hueytown (7-3)      90.0
5Hartselle (10-0)      89.2
6Theodore (10-0)      89.1
7Hillcrest Tuscaloosa (10-0)      85.3
8Muscle Shoals (8-1)      83.0
9Benjamin Russell (8-2)      81.5
10Gardendale (7-3)      80.7
 
5A

1Pleasant Grove (8-1)      87.3
2Demopolis (9-1)      85.0
3Ramsay (8-2)      83.5
4Russellville (6-4)      78.9
5Faith Academy (8-2)      78.6
6Moody (9-1)      77.6
7Arab (9-1)      77.1
8Gulf Shores (9-1)      75.8
9Guntersville (8-2)      75.3
10Leeds (9-0)      74.9
 
4A

1Catholic Montgomery (10-0)      91.3
2Andalusia (9-1)      77.4
3Priceville (10-0)      74.6
4West Morgan (9-1)      74.5
5Anniston (9-0)      73.2
6Randolph (8-2)      72.8
7Bibb County (7-3)      71.7
8Jackson (8-2)      71.6
9Handley (9-1)      71.0
10Etowah (7-3)      69.2
 
3A

1Mars Hill (9-1)      80.8
2Gordo (9-1)      74.0
3Madison Academy (8-2)      71.4
4Winfield (9-1)      66.9
5Houston Academy (10-0)      66.0
6Dadeville (9-0)      62.6
7Mobile Christian (3-7)      62.5
8Piedmont (8-2)      61.1
9Alabama Christian (7-3)      60.4
10St. James (8-2)      58.9
 
2A

1Fyffe (10-0)      73.5
2Aliceville (9-1)      58.6
3Lexington (8-2)      57.4
4Vincent (9-1)      54.7
5Reeltown (8-1)      54.0
6Ariton (9-1)      52.9
7Highland Home (9-1)      50.7
8B.B. Comer (8-2)      50.4
9Isabella (8-2)      48.3
10Hatton (7-2)      47.4
 
1A

1Brantley (8-2)      54.1
2Elba (10-0)      53.8
3Linden (8-1)      53.4
4Meek (10-0)      52.7
5Millry (9-1)      51.8
6Sweet Water (6-2)      51.2
7Addison (8-2)      50.3
8Spring Garden (9-1)      48.8
9Pickens County (7-3)      47.7
10Maplesville (7-3)      47.2







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