Scotland ascends to top spot in Carolinas

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Following Friday’s dramatic 35-31 victory, the Scotland Fighting Scots have ascended to the top spot of the CarolinaPreps.com – Dynamic Fitness & Strength Top-25 Power Rankings in the 4A Classification.  The Pinecrest Patriots didn’t drop far however, they remain fourth in the statewide rankings following the close loss to Richard Bailey’s Scots.

In the other three classifications, each of the top ranked teams remain the same but South Iredell made a significant jump following their 21-10 victory over previously ranked Mooresville.

 

 

 

4A Classification

1. Scotland County (8-0)

2. Wake Forest (8-0)

3. Charlotte Catholic (7-0)

4. Southern Pines Pinecrest (7-1)

5. East Forsyth (8-0)

6. Cornelius Hough (7-1)

7. Richmond County (7-1)

8. Charlotte Mallard Creek (7-2)

9. Fayetteville Britt (7-1)

10. Greensboro Dudley (7-1)

11. Greensboro Page (7-1)

12. Kannapolis Brown (7-1)

13. Winston-Salem Reagan (7-2)

14. Apex Middle Creek (8-0)

15. Matthews Butler (7-2)

16. Charlotte Vance (5-3)

17. West Forsyth (6-2)

18. Fayetteville Cape Fear (7-1)

19. Durham Hillside (6-2)

20. Fuquay-Varina (8-0)

21. South Mecklenburg (7-2)

22. Raleigh Wakefield (6-2)

23. North Davidson (7-1)

24. Greenville Conley (6-2)

25. Wilmington New Hanover (6-2)

Bubble Teams: Fayetteville Seventy-First (7-2), Charlotte Independence (5-3), Charlotte Myers Park (5-3), Greenville Rose (6-2), Garner (6-2)

 

3A Classification

1. Shelby Crest (8-0)

2. Havelock (8-0)

3. Asheville Reynolds (7-1)

4. Eastern Alamance (8-0)

5. Fayetteville Sanford (8-1)

6. South Iredell (7-1)

7. Morganton Freedom (7-1)

8. Weddington (7-1)

9. Western Alamance (6-2)

10. West Craven (7-1)

11. West Rowan (7-1)

12. Concord (7-1)

13. Asheville (7-1)

14. Southern Durham (6-2)

15. Belmont South Point (6-2)

16. Hillsborough Orange (8-1)

17. Corinth-Holders (7-1)

18. Kings Mountain (7-2)

19. Southern Guilford (7-2)

20. Northern Guilford (5-3)

21. Rocky Mount (6-2)

22. Cleveland (5-3)

23. Lee County (6-2)

24. Concord Robinson (5-3)

25. South Johnston (6-2)

Bubble Teams:  Asheboro (6-2), Thomasville Ledford (7-2), Jacksonville (6-1), Hope Mills Gray’s Creek (6-2), Wilson Hunt (6-2), Monroe Piedmont (6-2), Southern Nash (6-2)

 

2A Classification

1. Shelby (9-0)

2. Monroe (8-0)

3. East Lincoln (8-0)

4. Kinston (8-0)

5. High Point Andrews (7-1)

6. Clinton (6-1)

7. Maiden (7-1)

8. Greene Central (8-0)

9. East Bladen (7-1)

10. Winston-Salem Carver (5-3)

11. Washington (5-3)

12. SouthWest Edgecombe (7-1)

13. Elizabeth City Northeastern (6-2)

14. Hertford County (7-2)

15. Franklin (6-2)

16. West Stokes (7-1)

17. Bunn (6-2)

18. Lincolnton (6-2)

19. Marshville Forest Hills (6-2)

20. Jacksonville Northside (2-6*)

21. Mountain Heritage (6-2)

22. East Duplin (6-2)
23. Wilkes Central (7-1)

24. Red Springs (7-1)

25. West Caldwell (5-3)

Bubble Teams: Ayden-Grifton (4-4), Reidsville (5-3), Newport Croatan (6-2), Wilson Beddingfield (4-4), Thomasville (5-3), Lexington (5-2)

 

1A Classification

1. East Surry (8-0)

2. Mitchell County (8-0)

3. Warsaw Kenan (7-1)

4. Wallace-Rose Hill (7-1)

5. West Montgomery (8-0)

6. Tarboro (7-1)

7. Robbinsville (6-2)

8. Plymouth (6-2)

9. East Wilkes (8-0)

10. Whiteville (6-2)

11. Southside Beaufort (7-0)

12. Murphy (6-2)

13. East Montgomery (8-1)

14. East Carteret (6-2)

15. Rosman (6-2)

16. Swain County (5-3)

17. Riverside Martin (6-2)

18. Mount Airy (6-2)

19. Mooresville Pine Lake Prep (8-0)

20. Community School of Davidson (6-2)

21. Salemburg Lakewood (6-3)

22. Goldsboro Rosewood (6-3)

23. Boonville Starmount (5-3)

24. Robersonville South Creek (5-2)

25. Walkertown (4-5)

Bubble Teams:  North Stanly (5-3), Granville Central (5-3), North Moore (5-3), Camden County (5-3), Manteo (5-3), North Edgecombe (5-2), Mooresboro Thomas Jefferson (6-1)

 

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Chris Hughes is the senior football analyst and founder of CarolinaPreps.com. A life-long student of the game, he brings a unique perspective of the game from multiple angles, including that of a former coach. His work has been featured both locally and nationally, including FNF Magazine, Scout.com, and ESPN U.