Posted: Tuesday, 18 September 2012 9:18AM

Sportswriters Week 5 Missouri High School Football Poll



Statewide high school football rankings, as compiled by a 14-member panel of sportswriters and broadcasters:
 
CLASS 6
Rank, team                             Rec.    Pts.      LW
1. CBC (14)                             4-0       140      1
2. Jefferson City                       4-0       106      5
3. Lafayette                              4-0       104      4
4. Blue Springs                         3-1       100      2
5. De Smet                               3-1       73        6
6. Rockhurst                             2-2       59        7
7. Francis Howell                     4-0       54        8
8. Rock Bridge                         3-1       50        3
9. Raymore-Peculiar                 3-1       37        T10
10. Blue Springs South             3-1       36        9
Dropped out: Parkway South (4-0)
Also receiving votes: Parkway South (4-0) 10, Hickman (4-0) 1
 
CLASS 5
Rank, team                             Rec.    Pts.      LW
1. Kirkwood (9)                       4-0       135      1
2. Lee’s Summit West (5)         4-0       131      2
3. Fort Osage                           4-0       111      3
4. Rockwood Summit               3-1       91        4
5. Webster Groves                   3-1       88        6
6. Staley                                   2-2       71        5
7. Nixa                                     4-0       50        9
8. Ozark                                   4-0       31        10

9. Hazelwood East                   2-2       24        8
10. Kearney                             3-1       16        --
Dropped out: Fort Zumwalt South (3-1)
Also receiving votes: Parkway Central (4-0) 14, Fort Zumwalt South (3-1) 8, Winnetonka (3-1) 4, Lebanon (4-0) 2
 
CLASS 4
Rank, team                             Rec.    Pts.      LW
1. Webb City (14)                    4-0       140      1

2. Savannah                              4-0       117      3
3. Harrisonville                         3-1       105      4
4. Sikeston                               4-0       84        6
5. Helias                                   2-2       83        2
6. Hannibal                               4-0       63        7
7. Hillcrest                                4-0       53        8
8. Liberty North                       2-2       42        5
9. Borgia                                  3-1       36        9
10. Westminster                       4-0       20        10
Also receiving votes: Sullivan (4-0) 14, Miller Career (4-0) 6, St. Dominic (4-0) 5, St. Joseph Lafayette (3-1) 2, Carthage (2-2) 1, Excelsior Springs (4-0) 1
 
CLASS 3
Rank, team                             Rec.    Pts.      LW
1. John Burroughs (14)             4-0       140      1
2. Maryville                              4-0       126      2
3. Cassville                               4-0       108      3
4. Oak Grove                           4-0       101      4
5. Centralia                               4-0       85        5
6. Ste. Genevieve                     3-1       61        6
7. Soldan                                  3-1       49        8
8. Hogan Prep                          4-0       42        9
9. Aurora                                 3-1       14        7
10. Clinton                               3-1       13        --
Dropped out: Potosi (3-1)
Also receiving votes: California (4-0) 10, Duchesne (3-1) 10, Potosi (3-1) 4, Park Hills Central (3-1) 3, Osage (3-1) 2, Richmond (2-2) 1, Salem (4-0) 1
 
CLASS 2
Rank, team                             Rec.    Pts.      LW
1. Lafayette County (12)           4-0       137      3
2. Blair Oaks (1)                      4-0       123      4
3. Maplewood-RH (1)             3-1       96        1
4. MV-Liberty                          3-1       90        2
5. Clark County                        4-0       83        5
6. Caruthersville                        3-1       58        6
7. Holden                                 3-1       57        7
8. Lawson                                3-1       49        8
9. South Callaway                    4-0       36        9
10. Mountain Grove                 4-0       23        10
Also receiving votes: Brookfield (4-0) 11, Lamar (2-2) 5, Butler (4-0) 1, Strafford (4-0) 1
 
CLASS 1
Rank, team                             Rec.    Pts.      LW
1. Hamilton (14)                       4-0       140      1
2. Salisbury                              4-0       120      2
3. Tipton                                  4-0       106      3
4. Valle Catholic                       3-1       102      4
5. Miller                                   4-0       78        5
6. Skyline                                 4-0       59        7

7. Wellington-Napoleon            3-1       56        6
8. Westran                               4-0       36        10
9. South Harrison                     3-1       33        9
10. Drexel                                4-0       18        --
Dropped out: South Shelby (2-2)
Also receiving votes: South Shelby (2-2) 14, East Buchanan (3-1) 8

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