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2022 AHSFHS.org Power Ratings



     This Week's Power Ratings
         After First Round - AHSFHS.org Power Ratings



  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.

          Instead of a top ten this week we will show the Power Ratings of all the teams remaining after the first round of the playoffs. This is more relevant than a top ten at this time of the season.

          Central Phenix City tops 7A schools this week. Mountain Brook replaces Clay-Chalkville as the top team in 6A. There are not many surprises in the lower classifications as the strongest teams remain at the top.

          Upsets will happen. The Power Ratings cannot foresee when a team has their starting QB and RB suspended as Carver Montgomery did last week. They Power Ratings cannot know that a team in northwest Alabama had five starters out on defense due to the flu. So some games will not go as everyone thinks they should.

          Use the Power Ratings for the purpose intended. They are for entertainment only. It is just something for the fans to talk about between games. I hope you enjoy seeing them and do not get upset because your team is not rated as high as you think they should. Just win! That is the most important thing.

         One last thing this week. I worked for many years to get the Power Ratings to a point I am comfortable with them. I have run them  for every season since 1984 and would look at the results and make adjustments accordingly based on past history. Over time I do think they are as accurate as possible.

          Thanks for visiting AHSFHS.org and I hope you enjoy what we do here.




7A
 
1 Central Phenix City 101.7
2 Thompson 97.8
3 Hoover 95.5
4 Auburn 94.4
5 Vestavia Hills 91.9
6 Hewitt-Trussville 90.7
7 Enterprise 81.4
8 Dothan High 81.2
6A
 
1 Mountain Brook 95.8
2 Hueytown 93.5
3 Saraland 93.1
4 Hartselle 90.7
5 Hillcrest Tuscaloosa 88.4
6 Theodore 86.8
7 Muscle Shoals 85.8
8 Gardendale 81.5
9 Homewood 80.3
10 Decatur 80.1
11 Gadsden City 78.1
12 Parker 77.1
13 Center Point 76.4
14 Pike Road 74.3
15 St. Pauls 73.3
16 Pelham 68.7
5A
 
1 Pleasant Grove 87.7
2 Ramsay 85.4
3 Russellville 83.8
4 Demopolis 83.2
5 Arab 79.6
6 Gulf Shores 78.0
7 Faith Academy 76.8
8 Moody 75.8
9 Leeds 75.5
10 Guntersville 75.4
11 Central Clay County 75.0
12 UMS-Wright 74.1
13 Scottsboro 69.1
14 Tallassee 67.7
15 Charles Henderson 66.3
16 Beauregard 64.2
4A
 
1 Catholic Montgomery 87.4
2 Andalusia 78.8
3 Randolph 78.8
4 Anniston 76.7
5 Handley 75.6
6 West Morgan 73.7
7 Priceville 72.8
8 Cherokee County 72.7
9 Etowah 70.7
10 T.R. Miller 70.3
11 Oneonta 68.6
12 Deshler 68.3
13 Jacksonville 67.7
14 Dora 61.6
15 American Christian 59.4
16 B.T. Washington 58.8
3A
 
1 Mars Hill 78.7
2 Gordo 75.8
3 Madison Academy 69.3
4 Mobile Christian 68.5
5 Piedmont 66.6
6 St. James 64.5
7 Trinity 64.3
8 Alabama Christian 63.3
9 Pike County 63.1
10 Dadeville 62.3
11 Sylvania 59.5
12 Colbert County 53.8
13 Lauderdale County 53.5
14 Thomasville 53.4
15 Geraldine 51.6
16 W.S. Neal 46.4
2A
 
1 Fyffe 75.4
2 Aliceville 63.5
3 Lexington 58.5
4 Reeltown 57.3
5 Ariton 55.3
6 B.B. Comer 53.8
7 Highland Home 51.4
8 Vincent 50.9
9 Falkville 50.4
10 Wicksburg 49.0
11 Pisgah 48.7
12 Winston County 48.0
13 Tuscaloosa Academy 46.9
14 Southeastern 44.4
15 Clarke County 41.2
16 G.W. Long 39.4
1A
 
1 Linden 58.1
2 Millry 57.2
3 Sweet Water 56.0
4 Brantley 54.9
5 Addison 53.1
6 Meek 52.8
7 Elba 50.2
8 Leroy 49.5
9 Maplesville 49.4
10 Pickens County 49.1
11 Spring Garden 48.7
12 Valley Head 45.3
13 Lynn 45.1
14 Coosa Christian 43.8
15 Marion County 41.2
16 Loachapoka 38.5






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