Pennsylvania Top 10 Rankings: Week 15

Pennsylvania Top 10
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It’s going to be a great championship weekend in Hershey.  Six of the teams in the High School Football America Pennsylvania Top 10 are playing for state titles.  It’s also the first time that six champs will be crowned as the state expanded from four classes to six during the offseason.

Thursday night, #4 Erie Cathedral Prep will face #5 Imhotep Charter in the Class 4A final.  Last year, Imhotep beat ECP for the AAA championship.

On Friday, #6 Archbishop Wood plays #7 Harrisburg for the Class 5A title.  Then on Saturday, showdown time as nationally-ranked St. Joseph’s Prep and Pittsburgh Central Catholic go after the first-ever Class 6A title.  SJP is currently ranked #12 nationally and #1 in the state, while PCC is ranked #34 in the national and #2 in the state.

High School Football America Pennsylvania Top 10 Rankings

#1 St. Joseph’s Prep (13-0), LW: #1

#2 Pittsburgh Central Catholic (14-1), LW: #2

#3 North Penn (13-1), LW: #3

#4 Erie Cathedral Prep (13-0), LW: #4

#5 Imhotep Charter (13-o), LW: #5

#6 Archbishop Wood (10-2), LW: #7

#7 Harrisburg (11-3), LW: #10

#8 Wilson (West Lawn) (12-2), LW: #6

#9 Cumberland Valley (9-4), LW: #8

#10 Central Dauphin (10-2), LW: #9

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America Pennsylvania Top 10 is developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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