2014 Pennsylvania High School Football Rankings

by Jeff Fisher

The final 2014 Pennsylvania high school football rankings were released Tuesday.

CLASS AAAA – Record – Previous rank

1. St. Joseph’s Prep (12) – 11-3 – 1

2. Pine-Richland (7) – 15-1 – 2

3. Pittsburgh C.C. (7) – 11-2 – 4

4. Wilson (3) – 14-1 – 3

5. La Salle College HS (12) – 8-3 – 9

6. Parkland (11) – 11-3 – 6

7. Pennsbury (1) – 13-2 – 5

8. Coatesville (1) – 13-1 – 7

9. Easton (11) – 12-2 – 8

10. Penn-Trafford (7) – 11-1 – 10

Honorable mention:Central Dauphin (3) 11-3, Central Dauphin East (3) 10-3, Delaware Valley (2) 10-2, Governor Mifflin (3) 11-2, Ben Franklin (12) 11-1, Upper Dublin (1) 11-2. Number in parentheses is PIAA district. NR-not ranked.

CLASS AAA – Record – Previous rank

1. Archbishop Wood (12) – 14-1 – 1

2. Central Valley (7) – 15-1 – 2

3. Bishop McDevitt (3) – 14-1 – 3

4. Imhotep Charter (12) – 10-2 – 4

5. West Allegheny (7) – 11-2 – 5

6. Conneaut (10) – 11-2 – 7

7. Cathedral Prep (10) – 11-1 – 8

8. Somerset (5) – 13-2 – 6

9. Thomas Jefferson (7) – 11-1 – 9

10. Bethlehem Catholic (11) – 12-2 – 10

Honorable mention:Cocalico (3) 10-4, Crestwood (2) 12-1, Great Valley (1) 11-2, Jersey Shore (4) 11-1, Selinsgrove (4) 12-1, Springfield-Delco (1) 12-1. Number in parentheses is PIAA district. NR-not ranked.

CLASS AA – Record – Previous rank

1. South Fayette (7) – 16-0 – 1

2. Dunmore (2) – 14-2 – 2

3. Aliquippa (7) – 12-1 – 3

4. Wyomissing (3) – 13-2 – 4

5. Hickory (10) – 11-3 – 5

6. Seton-LaSalle (7) – 10-2 – 6

7. Washington (7) – 11-1 – 7

8. Karns City (9) – 11-2 – 8

9. Berks Catholic (3) – 12-1 – 9

10. Tyrone (6) – 12-2 – 10

Honorable mention: Greenville (10) 11-2, Mount Union (6) 12-1, Montoursville (4) 9-5, Neumann-Goretti (12) 9-5, Northwestern Lehigh (11) 11-2, North Schuylkill (11) 11-1, Southern Columbia (4) 11-1. Number in parentheses is PIAA district. NR-not ranked.

CLASS A – Record – Previous rank

1. Bishop Guilfoyle (6) – 16-0 – 2

2. Clairton (7) – 15-1 – 1

3. South Williamsport (4) – 13-2 – 3

4. Avonworth (7) – 11-2 – 4

5. Neshannock (7) – 11-1 – 5

6. North Catholic (7) – 11-1 – 6

7. Berlin Brothersvalley (5) – 12-2 – 7

8. Old Forge (2) – 12-1 – 8

9. Portage (6) – 11-2 – 9

10. Camp Hill (3) – 10-3 – 10

Honorable mention: Blairsville (6) 11-1, Jeannette (7) 9-2, Kane (9) 12-2, Pius X (11) 11-3, Sharpsville (10) 11-4, West Middlesex (10) 10-3. Number in parentheses is PIAA district. NR-not ranked.

About the Author

Jeff Fisher
Jeff is an award-winning journalist and expert in the field of high school sports, underscored with his appearance on CNBC in 2010 to talk about the big business of high school football in America. Jeff turned to his passion for high school football into an entrepreneurial venture called High School Football America, a digital media company focused on producing original high school sports content for radio, television and the internet. Jeff is co-founder and editor-in-chief of High School Football America, which is a media partner with USA TODAY High School Sports.