High school football: Dave Cantrall's Rating the State

November 11, 2013 

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Lafayette's Devon Quincy tackled Bryan Station's Ora Johnson as the Generals played the Defenders at Lafeyette High School on Friday, November 8, 2013. Photo by Mark Ashley

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TOP 25

School (record) Last week This week Rating

1. Scott Co. (11-0) Beat Clark Co. 63-34 vs. (24) Bryan Station 91.9

2. Highlands (10-1) Beat Boyd Co. 70-6 vs. Ashland Blazer 91.6

3. Bowling Green (10-0) Beat Apollo 49-7 vs. Christian Co. 91.2

4. Manual (9-2) Beat Ballard 41-0 at (4) Trinity 87.8

4. Trinity (5-5) Beat Eastern 49-16 vs. (4) Manual 87.8

6. Male (10-1) Beat Oldham Co. 48-0 vs. (7) St. Xavier 86.2

7. St. Xavier (7-4) Beat Fern Creek 26-0 at (6) Male 86.0

8. Simon Kenton (11-0) Beat Southern 58-6 vs. (15) Dixie Heights 85.1

9. Johnson Central (11-0) Beat Harrison Co. 77-13vs. (11) Covington Cath.83.9

9. Lexington Cath. (8-3) Beat Rockcastle Co. 50-13 at (25) Russell Co. 83.9

11. Covington Cath. (9-2) Beat Rowan Co. 41-14 at (9) Johnson Central 83.7

12. Boyle Co. (11-0) Beat Clay Co. 53-6 vs. Mercer Co. 83.5

13. McCracken Co. (9-2) Beat Boone Co. 55-10 vs. Central Hardin 83.2

14. John Hardin (9-2) Beat Bullitt Central 43-14 vs. Shelby Co. 82.4

15. Dixie Heights (8-3) Beat Seneca 49-6 at (8) Simon Kenton 81.7

16. Butler (9-2) Beat Ryle 48-14 vs. (22) Campbell Co. 80.5

17. Collins (9-2) Beat Moore 56-6 vs. Nelson Co. 80.3

17. Meade Co. (9-2) Beat Marshall Co. 47-13 vs. (22) Henderson Co. 80.3

19. Warren Central (6-5) Beat Hopkinsville 48-10 at Graves Co. 79.7

20. Henry Clay (8-2) Beat Madison Central 55-6 vs. Paul Dunbar 79.5

21. Harlan Co. (8-3) Beat Lincoln Co. 44-7 vs. Madison Southern 79.4

22. Campbell Co. (8-3) Beat PRP 31-14 at (16) Butler 78.2

22. Henderson Co. (9-2) Beat Muhlenberg Co. 53-13 at (17) Meade Co. 78.2

24. Bryan Station (5-5) Beat Lafayette 28-14 at (1) Scott Co. 77.4

25. Russell Co. (10-1) Beat Marshall Co. 51-14 vs. (9) Lexington Cath. 77.3

RATINGS BY CLASS

CLASS A

1. Mayfield 74.4

2. Frankfort 64.5

3. Beechwood 63.8

4. Russellville 62.0

5. Raceland 55.3

6. Hazard 54.8

7. Williamsburg 53.9

8. Pikeville 48.7

9. Bellevue 47.2

10. Lou. Holy Cross 39.0

11. Bethlehem 38.0

12. Paintsville 29.8

13. Campbellsville 28.4

14. Paris 27.3

15. Pineville 26.4

16. Allen Central 0.1

CLASS 2A

1. Caldwell Co. 77.2

2. DeSales 74.9

3. Lou. Christian 71.5

4. Glasgow 66.2

5. Murray 66.1

6. Newport Cath. 63.6

7. Somerset 61.5

8. Owensboro Cath. 59.8

9. Bardstown 58.1

10. Danville 51.5

11. Prestonsburg 51.0

12. Union Co. 50.6

13. Middlesboro 46.4

14. Walton-Verona 43.8

15. Gallatin Co. 36.9

16. Carroll Co. 29.3

CLASS 3A

1. Central 74.1

2. Bourbon Co. 71.7

3. Belfry 71.6

4. Pad. Tilghman 70.6

5. Wayne Co. 69.2

6. Corbin 65.8

7. South Warren 65.2

8. Bell Co. 63.8

9. Fort Campbell 58.2

10. Mason Co. 53.5

11. Pike Central 50.6

12. Monroe Co. 50.4

13. Lawrence Co. 46.9

14. Breathitt Co. 46.3

15. Garrard Co. 45.1

16. Russell 41.0

CLASS 4A

1. Highlands 91.6

2. Lexington Cath. 83.9

2. Johnson Central 83.9

4. Covington Cath. 83.7

5. Boyle Co. 83.5

6. Collins 80.3

7. Russell Co. 77.3

8. Owensboro 68.9

9. Mercer Co. 67.5

10. Madisonville 64.7

11. North Oldham 64.6

12. Ashland Blazer 62.1

13. Nelson Co. 61.8

14. Western 59.6

15. Frank.-Simpson 57.9

16. Warren East 51.9

CLASS 5A

1. Bowling Green 91.2

2. John Hardin 82.4

3. Warren Central 79.7

4. Harlan Co. 79.4

5. Franklin Co. 76.4

6. Anderson Co. 75.8

7. Conner 73.1

8. Pulaski Co. 72.0

9. Madison Southern 71.3

10. Graves Co. 69.8

11. Bullitt East 68.3

12. South Oldham 68.2

13. Christian Co. 63.9

14. Shelby Co. 58.2

15. Perry Central 52.3

16. Grayson Co. 45.8

CLASS 6A

1. Scott Co. 91.9

2. Manual 87.8

2. Trinity 87.8

4. Male 86.2

5. St. Xavier 86.0

6. Simon Kenton 85.1

7. McCracken Co. 83.2

8. Dixie Heights 81.7

9. Butler 80.5

10. Meade Co. 80.3

11. Henry Clay 79.5

12. Campbell Co. 78.2

13. Henderson Co. 78.2

14. Bryan Station 77.4

15. Central Hardin 77.1

16. Paul Dunbar 66.6

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