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2022 AHSFHS.org Power Ratings Top Ten



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          The Thompson Warriors continue at the top of this week's 7A Power Ratings. In 6A even with the loss Clay-Chalkville tops this weeks rankings but Saraland is closing the gap. Hartselle also continues to climb closer to the top.

          Pleasant Grove makes a big jump in 5A to regain the top spot they held earlier in the season. Also Demopolis is on the upswing.

           No surprise in 4A as Catholic Montgomery has a big lead over second place Andalusia. Handley does move up a couple of spots to #3. Mars Hill, Fyffe and Elba top the three lower classifications.

          The biggest movers since the preseason ratings have been Moody and West Morgan +24 points, and Catholic Montgomery +23.

 
7A

1Thompson (4-2)      93.7
2Auburn (6-0)      92.4
3Central Phenix City (4-2)      91.9
4Hoover (5-1)      89.4
5Sparkman (4-1)      86.2
6Hewitt-Trussville (4-2)      85.7
7Opelika (4-2)      81.9
8Enterprise (3-2)      81.3
9Prattville (3-2)      79.2
10Vestavia Hills (2-3)      78.6
 
6A

1Clay-Chalkville (5-1)      95.0
2Saraland (6-0)      90.3
3Hartselle (6-0)      90.2
4Theodore (6-0)      89.0
5Mountain Brook (5-1)      87.8
6Hillcrest Tuscaloosa (6-0)      83.9
7Muscle Shoals (5-0)      83.4
8Pinson Valley (3-2)      83.0
9Gardendale (3-2)      79.6
10Spanish Fort (3-3)      77.1
 
5A

1Pleasant Grove (4-1)      84.6
2Guntersville (6-0)      83.3
3Moody (6-0)      81.2
4Demopolis (5-1)      78.3
5Faith Academy (4-1)      75.5
6Ramsay (4-2)      75.0
7Leeds (5-0)      73.2
8Fairview (4-1)      72.1
9Arab (5-1)      70.1
10Russellville (3-3)      69.5
 
4A

1Catholic Montgomery (6-0)      86.2
2Andalusia (6-0)      79.6
3Handley (6-0)      71.6
4West Morgan (5-0)      70.1
5Priceville (6-0)      69.4
6Oneonta (6-0)      67.4
7Randolph (4-1)      66.7
8Etowah (4-1)      66.6
9Cherokee County (5-1)      66.4
10T.R. Miller (4-1)      62.7
 
3A

1Mars Hill (5-1)      69.0
2Gordo (5-1)      63.4
3St. James (4-2)      62.0
4Mobile Christian (4-2)      61.5
5Fayette County (5-0)      60.7
6Madison Academy (3-2)      60.4
7Winfield (4-1)      59.8
8Piedmont (3-2)      58.7
9Trinity (5-1)      57.4
10Houston Academy (5-0)      56.8
 
2A

1Fyffe (5-0)      70.0
2Aliceville (5-1)      56.1
3Ariton (5-1)      53.8
4Highland Home (6-0)      53.1
5Reeltown (3-1)      50.7
6Vincent (5-1)      49.4
7Isabella (5-0)      48.5
8West End Walnut Grove (5-1)      47.2
9Winston County (4-1)      46.1
10Cleveland (3-2)      44.9
 
1A

1Elba (5-0)      55.4
2Brantley (4-2)      50.8
3Linden (5-0)      47.7
4Addison (5-1)      45.8
5Pickens County (4-2)      45.4
6Millry (5-1)      44.1
7Spring Garden (5-1)      43.9
8Sweet Water (3-1)      43.4
9Leroy (4-0)      43.1
10Meek (5-0)      43.0







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