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High school football: Final AP media poll

 

 

¶   2019 Final Poll

¶   By The Associated Press

¶  RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) _ The Associated Press state high school football poll for the week of November 12, first-place votes in parentheses, records and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers:

^Class 4-A=

† 1. Charlotte Mallard Creek (5)        (10-0-1)  103  1

† 2. Charlotte Myers Park (2)           (11-0)    98   2

† 3. Richmond County (4)                (11-0)    96   3

† 4. Wake Forest                        (10-1)    62   5

† 5. Raleigh Leesville Road             (10-0)    61   6

† 6. West Forsyth                       (10-1)    57   7

† 7. Greensboro Grimsley                (10-1)    42   8

† 8. Charlotte Vance                    (8-2)     22   4

† 9. Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons           (9-2)     17   NR

†10. Charlotte Ardrey Kell              (10-1     12   NR

¶   Others receiving 10 or more points: East Forsyth 11. <

^Class 3-A=

† 1. Weddington (11)                    (11-0) 110 1

† 2. Southern Nash                      (11-0) 88  4

† 3. Eastern Alamance                   (11-0) 73  5

† 4. Lee County                         (10-1) 56  3

† 5. Statesville                        (11-0) 54  6

† 6. Havelock                           (10-1) 43  9

† 7. Wilmington New Hanover             (10-1) 41  8

† 8. Northwest Cabarrus                 (10-1) 38  2

† 9. Clayton Cleveland                  (10-1) 24  10

†10. Kings Mountain                     (9-2)  14  7

¶   Others receiving 10 or more points: Charlotte Catholic 12, Asheville Reynolds 11, Shelby Crest 11, <

^Class 2-A=

† 1. Shelby (9)                         (9-1) 107 1

† 2. Randleman (2)                      (10-0) 89  2

† 3. Reidsville                         (10-1) 86  3

† 4. Lenoir Hibriten                    (10-1) 64  4

† 5. SouthWest Edgecombe                (10-1) 62  5

† 6. Clinton                            (9-1) 51  6

† 7. North Lincoln                      (10-0) 40  T8

† 8. Lawndale Burns                     (9-2) 34  7

† 9. Burnsville Mountain Heritage       (9-1) 31  T8

†10. Anson County                       (7-3)  8   NR

¶   Others receiving 10 or more points: None.<

^Class 1-A=

† 1. Tarboro (10)                       (11-0) 109 1

† 2. East Surry                         (11-0) 98  2

† 3. Robbinsville (1)                   (11-0) 84  4

† 4. Edenton Holmes                     (10-0) 76  3

† 5. Mitchell County                    (10-1) 65  6

† 6. Murphy                             (9-2) 48  5

† 7. Swain County                       (9-2) 39  9

† 8. Rosewood                           (10-1) 35  10

† 9. Princeton                          (9-1) 18  7

†10. Mt. Airy                           (8-3) 13  8

¶   Others receiving 10 or more points: None.<

¶      ___

¶      All Associated Press members in North Carolina are eligible to participate in the high school Football poll. Those who voted for this week’s poll are: Citizen-Times, Asheville; Hendersonville Times News, Hendersonville; The Times-News, Burlington; The Daily Advance, Elizabeth City; The Daily News, Jacksonville; The News Herald, Morganton; Mount Airy News, Mount Airy; Daily Herald, Roanoke Rapids; The Salisbury Post, Salisbury; The Wilson Times, Wilson; Winston-Salem Journal, Winston-Salem.

 

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