How the ranked teams fared in Week 4

Mallard Creek head football coach Mike Palmieri surveys his team's performance during their 27-20 victory over Gaffney on Friday night. (Photo: Harry Nostrant)

There could be some major shakeups in the upcoming Top-20 rankings following some upsets that took place during Week 4.  Check below to see how the ranked teams fared during this week of competition.

4A Classification

Rank School Record Result
1 Charlotte Mallard Creek (3-0-1) Def. Gaffney 27-20
2 Charlotte Myers Park (3-0) Def. South Meck 47-0
3 Charlotte Vance (2-0) OPEN
4 Richmond County (4-0) Def. Cardinal Gibbons 45-28
5 East Forsyth (4-0) Def. Parkland 46-7
6 Scotland County (4-0) Def. D.H. Conley 35-8
7 Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons (2-1) Lost to Richmond 45-28
8 Wake Forest (3-1) Def. Millbrook 49-7
9 Raleigh Leesville Rd. (4-0) Def. Cummings 56-21
10 West Forsyth (4-0) Def. HP Central 61-0
11 Pfafftown Reagan (3-0) OPEN
12 Greensboro Grimsley (4-0) Def. SE Guilford 23-6
13 Fayetteville Seventy-First (3-1) Lost to Southern Durham 21-18
14 Knightdale (4-0) Def. West Johnston 35-6
15 Matthews Butler (1-2) OPEN
16 Fayetteville Jack Britt (3-0) OPEN
17 Davie County (3-1) Lost to West Rowan 24-21
18 Hope Mills South View (3-1) Def. Gray’s Creek 42-3
19 New Bern (3-0) Def. Washington Co. 53-12
20 Indian Trail Porter Ridge (2-1) Def. Sun Valley 33-6

3A Classification

Rank School Record Result
1 Weddington (3-0)
2 Kings Mountain (4-0) Def. West Meck 35-7
3 Northwest Cabarrus (4-0) Def. Marvin Ridge 39-10
4 Jacksonville (3-0) Def. Kinston 14-7
5 Wilmington New Hanover (3-0) Def. Northside-Jax 28-21
6 Lee County (4-0) Def. Hoke County 24-6
7 Cleveland (4-0) Def. Fuquay-Varina 42-0
8 Charlotte Catholic (1-2) OPEN
9 Southern Nash (4-0) Def. South Granville 55-27
10 Winston-Salem Parkland (3-1) Lost to East Forsyth 46-7
11 Eastern Alamance (4-0) Def. Southern Alamance 40-20
12 Winston-Salem Mt. Tabor (2-2) Def. R.J. Reynolds 13-9
13 Statesville (4-0) Def. West Iredell 47-32
14 Southeast Guilford (2-2) Lost to Grimsley 23-6
15 Greensboro Dudley (3-1) Def. Hillside 35-14
16 Rocky Mount (3-1) Def. J.H. Rose 35-0
17 Northern Durham (2-1) Lost to Riverside 27-7
18 Asheville A.C. Reynolds (2-2) Def. Erwin 53-0
19 Watauga (3-1) Def. Wilkes Central 59-6
20 Havelock (2-1) Def. Wallace-Rose Hill 21-7

2A Classification

Rank School Record Result
1 Shelby (3-0) Def. Crest 51-21
2 Reidsville (4-0) Def. Rockingham County 50-6
3 Wallace-Rose Hill (3-1) Lost to Havelock 21-7
4 Elizabeth City Northeastern (3-0) OPEN
5 Lawndale Burns (2-1) OPEN
6 SouthwestEdgecombe (3-0) Def. Bertie 47-0
7 Clinton (2-0) Def. Webb 41-12
8 East Duplin (1-2) Lost to SW Onslow 21-14
9 Randleman (4-0) Def. Montgomery Central 45-0
10 Lenoir Hibriten (2-1)
11 Catawba Bandys (3-1) Lost to Bunker Hill 12-9
12 Belmont South Point (1-3) Lost to Forestview 41-21
13 Burnsville Mountain Heritage (3-0) Def. Stuart Cramer 38-0
14 Hendersonville (3-1) Def. Newton Conover 38-31
15 Canton Pisgah (2-1) OPEN
16 Kinston (2-2) Lost to Jacksonville 14-7
17 Ayden-Grifton (3-0) Def. Farmville Central 40-12
18 North Davidson (0-3) Lost to Oak Grove 30-24
19 Salisbury (3-0) Def. Thomasville 28-0
20 Brevard (3-1) Def. Madison 52-0

1A Classification

Rank School Record Result
1 Tarboro (4-0) Def. North Edgecombe 47-0
2 East Surry (4-0) Def. Surry Central 56-12
3 Murphy (3-1) Lost to Christ School 27-7
4 Mitchell County (3-0) McDowell (Mon)
5 Robbinsville (4-0) Def. Rabun Gap 55-48
6 Edenton Holmes (3-0) Def. First Flight 56-6
7 Polk County (3-0) OPEN
8 Swain County (4-0) Def. Franklin 27-0
9 Northampton Co. (3-1) Lost to Hertford Co. 45-18
10 Thomas Jefferson (1-0) Christ the King (Mon)
11 Princeton (3-0) Def. South Lenoir 48-15
12 Washington Co. (1-1) Lost to New Bern 53-12
13 Boonville Starmount (3-1) Def. Forbush 35-29
14 Riverside Martin (2-2) Lost to Gates County 42-12
15 Mount Airy (3-1) Def. Alleghany 29-0
16 Mountain Island Charter (3-1) Def. Berry 45-20
17 Elkin (2-1) OPEN
18 South Stanly (2-1) OPEN
19 Gates County (3-0) Def. Riverside Martin 42-12
20 Avery County (3-1) Def. North Wilkes 42-7

 

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