Monday, November 15, 2010

Observer-Reporter WPIAL football rankings

Class AAAA
1. Pittsburgh Central Catholic 11-0 W, Gateway 10-0
2. North Hills 10-1 W, Upper St. Clair 16-14
3. North Allegheny 10-1 W, Bethel Park 23-13
4. Woodland Hills 8-3 W, Mt. Lebanon 29-22 (OT)

Class AAA
1. Montour 11-0 W, Indiana 36-14
2. Thomas Jefferson 10-1 W, Hopewell 38-28
3. Mars 10-1 W, West Allegheny 29-3
4. Central Valley 8-3 W, Knoch 16-0

Class AA
1. Aliquippa 11-0 W, Beaver 34-0
2. South Fayette 11-0 W, Freeport 47-13
3. Beaver Falls 10-1 W, Keystone Oaks 28-0
4. Ford City 11-0 W, Seton-La Salle 35-21

Class A
1. Clairton 11-0 W, Bishop Canevin 47-0
2. Rochester 11-0 W, Beth-Center 35-0
3. Springdale 10-1 W, Monessen 30-6
4. Avonworth 10-1 W, North Catholic 17-3


Anonymous said...

Hey Mike,

I had a hoop question. I hear that the Washington County Hoopfest will again be taking place this season on Dec. 18.
What are all the matchups?

mike_kovak said...

I don't believe all the matchups are finalized because we had a team pull out within the last week. As soon as we have it finalized, I'll post them.

Anonymous said...

Hey, any truth to the rumor that Monessen's hoop team is supposed to be really good this year?

Anonymous said...

With Monessen's basketball tradition, you know they will be a good team. How good? That remains to be seen. If they played in their actual class (A), they'd be fine but..They do have a lot of potential, but right now its hard seeing them getting past Beaver Falls or the team who took 2 of their top hoopers, GCC. Irwin, Madison, Johnson, and Bolias are all capable of averaging double figures in ppg. How much 6'7 Freshman Elijah Minnie develops during the season could be the X factor on whether or not they are a true wpial aa title contender.