High School Football

Bluffton stays at No. 5 in latest high school football poll

info@islandpacket.comOctober 11, 2012 

Bluffton High School

Bluffton High School maintained its fifth-place ranking in Class 4-A in this week's S.C. Prep Football Media Poll, conducted by The (Columbia) State.

The 7-0 Bobcats defeated Region 8-AAAA rival Beaufort High, 34-10, on Friday Night.

Abbeville held on to the top spot in the Class-2-A poll. Hartsville replaced Myrtle Beach atop the Class 3-A poll after the Seahawks fell to rival Socastee, and Christ Church is the new No. 1 team in the Class 1-A poll.

S.C. Prep Football Media Poll

CLASS 4-A: 1. Byrnes (7-0); 2. Goose Creek (7-0); 3. South Pointe (7-0); 4. Greenwood (7-0); 5. Bluffton (7-0); 6. York (7-0); 7. Wando (7-0); 8. Northwestern (5-2); 9. Stratford (7-0); 10. Dorman (5-2)

CLASS 3-A: 1. Hartsville (7-0); 2. Daniel (6-1); 3. Swansea (7-0); 4. Socastee (7-0); 5. Myrtle Beach (6-1); 6. Strom Thurmond (6-1); 7. Manning (6-1); 8. Hanahan (6-1); 9. A.C. Flora (6-1); 10. Woodruff (5-2)

CLASS 2-A: 1. Abbeville (7-1); 2. Dillon (6-1); 3. Silver Bluff (6-1); 4. Bishop England (6-1); 5. Timberland (6-1); 6. Chesnee (7-1); 7. Bamberg-Ehrhardt (6-1); 8. Central (5-2); 9. Fairfield Central (5-2); 10. Woodland (6-1)

CLASS 1-A: 1. Christ Church (7-0); 2. Allendale-Fairfax (7-0); 3. Johnsonville (7-0); 4. Lamar (5-2); 5. Williston-Elko (6-2); 6. Carvers Bay (6-1); 7. Cross (6-2); 8. Timmonsville (7-1); 9. McCormick (5-2); 10. Lewisville (6-2)

The S.C. Prep Football Media Poll is conducted by The State with voting by Scott Chancey, Greenwood Index-Journal; Bob Castello, Greenville News; Chris Dearing, The State; Ian Guerin, Myrtle Beach Sun News; Kevin Melton, Herald-Journal; Akilah Nelson, The State; Mike McCombs, the Island Packet/Beaufort Gazette; and Adam Regan, Anderson Independent Mail.

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