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2022 AHSFHS.org Power Ratings Top Ten



     This Week's Power Ratings Top Ten
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          There was very little shakeup in the top ten this week for most classifications. Although Central Phenix City lost to Opelika in a game they were favored to win by 4 points they hang onto the top spot in 7A. Hewitt-Trussville has narrowed the margin to just one point.

          Clay-Chalkville hangs onto the top spot in 6A following a close win. But Mountain Brook is closing the gap.

         Guntersville jumps Pleasant Grove in 5A to take possession of the top spot. The other Number One teams held firm. Elba proved they were deserving of the #1 ranking in 1A by defeating Brantley.

          The biggest movers since the preseason ratings have been West Morgan +23 points, Deshler +20 and Vincent +19.
 
7A

1Central Phenix City (3-1)      90.3
2Hewitt-Trussville (3-1)      89.3
3Auburn (4-0)      88.0
4Thompson (2-2)      87.6
5Opelika (4-0)      87.3
6Hoover (3-1)      81.3
7Sparkman (3-1)      80.2
8Enterprise (2-2)      79.4
9Fairhope (4-0)      76.7
10Baker (2-2)      75.9
 
6A

1Clay-Chalkville (4-0)      92.0
2Mountain Brook (4-0)      88.3
3Theodore (4-0)      87.3
4Saraland (4-0)      86.8
5Hartselle (4-0)      85.2
6Muscle Shoals (4-0)      81.3
7Gardendale (2-1)      80.7
8Pinson Valley (1-2)      79.1
9Spanish Fort (2-2)      77.7
10Oxford (3-1)      77.1
 
5A

1Guntersville (4-0)      79.1
2Pleasant Grove (2-1)      75.9
3Arab (4-0)      75.7
4Moody (4-0)      74.6
5Ramsay (3-1)      74.1
6Leeds (4-0)      71.0
7UMS-Wright (4-0)      69.9
8Demopolis (3-1)      69.2
9Eufaula (3-0)      69.2
10Fairview (3-1)      67.7
 
4A

1Catholic Montgomery (4-0)      81.1
2West Morgan (4-0)      69.1
3Andalusia (4-0)      67.6
4Handley (4-0)      66.8
5Priceville (4-0)      65.8
6Etowah (3-1)      64.9
7Oneonta (4-0)      64.3
8Bibb County (2-2)      62.5
9Deshler (4-0)      62.4
10Randolph (3-1)      61.3
 
3A

1Mars Hill (3-1)      65.7
2St. James (3-1)      61.7
3Fayette County (4-0)      59.7
4Mobile Christian (3-1)      59.4
5Piedmont (2-1)      59.3
6Lauderdale County (3-1)      57.8
7Gordo (3-1)      56.3
8Madison Academy (1-2)      54.2
9Thomasville (3-0)      52.6
10Straughn (3-0)      51.5
 
2A

1Fyffe (3-0)      64.2
2Highland Home (4-0)      50.1
3Ariton (3-1)      50.0
4Aliceville (3-1)      49.2
5Isabella (3-0)      47.9
6Vincent (4-0)      47.9
7Clarke County (1-2)      46.8
8Reeltown (2-1)      46.2
9Lanett (2-2)      45.1
10Southeastern (3-0)      44.5
 
1A

1Elba (4-0)      50.9
2Pickens County (3-1)      47.0
3Brantley (3-1)      46.6
4Spring Garden (3-1)      44.0
5Sweet Water (2-1)      42.1
6Leroy (3-0)      41.8
7Linden (4-0)      41.7
8Addison (3-1)      40.1
9Millry (3-1)      38.2
10Meek (4-0)      37.0







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