(10-29-17) Week 10 was a  busy week for the SSN National Public HS Football Rankings and lots of changes took place in the Top 10 since the early part of the season.

Two schools dropped out of the Top 10 after tough losses, #2 DeSoto and #4 Centennial (Az).  DeSoto was knocked off by Duncanville 24-14, while Centennial lost to Liberty 21-19.

Duncanville, who is undefeated, was impressive in their win over DeSoto and moved into the Top 10 at #7.

 

Toledo Whitmer who has been ‘On the Bubble‘ for the last few weeks and winning the Three Rivers Athletic Conference Championship over Findlay 49-14 enter at #10.

Wake Forest remains at #1, Cartersville moves up a spot to #2, Bingham, Sheridan, Lincoln-Way East and Cocoa all move up two spots, while Centennial (Calif) and Archer each move up one position.

SSN National Public HS Football Rankings
Week 10 – 10-29-17

  1. (1)-Wake Forest (N.C.) (10-0) – beat Wakefield 56-0, up next Heritage
  2. (3)-Cartersville (Ga) (9-0) – bye week, up next Troup County
  3. (5)-Bingham (UT) (10-0) – beat Cyprus 65-7, up next Syracuse
  4. (6)-Sheridan (Wyoming) (10-0) – beat Cheyenne Central 54-7, up next Walsh
  5. (7)-Lincoln-Way East (Ill) (10-0) – beat Joliet West 44-0 (playoffs), up next St. Charles East (playoffs)
  6. (8)-Cocoa (Florida) (8-0) – beat Pahokee 45-0, up next Rockledge
  7. (NR)-Duncanville (Tx) (8-0) beat DeSoto 24-14, up next MacArthur
  8. (9)-Centennial (California) (7-1) – beat Norco 63-28, up next King
  9. (10)-Archer (Lawrenceville, Ga) (9-0) beat South Gwinnett 14-0, up next Shiloh
  10. (NR)-Toledo Whitmer (Ohio) (10-0) beat Findlay 49-14, up next Lorain

Drops out

  • (2)-DeSoto (Texas) (7-1) lost to Duncanville (8-0) 24-14, up next Nimitz
  • (4)-Centennial (Peoria, Az) (9-1) – lost to Liberty (9-1) 21-19, up next Sunnyslope
  • (On the Bubble) Miami Northwestern (Fla) (6-2) lost to Norland (5-3) 28-27, up next Jackson (11-3-17)

On the Bubble

  • Ben Davis (Indianapolis, Ind) (10-0) beat Lawrence Central 33-20 (playoffs), up next Warren Central

 

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