Football Poll - September 19, 2007

September 18, 2007 

Class 4A

School Total Points Prv

1. Byrnes (10) (4-0) 109 1

2. Dorman (1) (4-0) 91 3

3. Clover (4-0) 81 2

4. Summerville (3-1) 67 4

5. Sumter (4-0) 66 5

6. Gaffney (3-1) 45 6

7. South Pointe (4-0) 36 9

8. Greenwood (3-1) 34 8

9. Westside (4-0) 30 7

10. Berkeley (2-2) 12

Others receiving votes: 11, West Florence 9. 12, Fort Dorchester 8. 13, Boiling Springs 7. 14, Hartsville 6. 15, Rock Hill 3. 16, Conway 1.

Class 3A

School Total Points Prv

1. Myrtle Beach (6) (4-0) 101 1

2. Blythewood (4) (4-0) 91 2

3. Clinton (1) (4-0) 88 3

4. Blue Ridge (4-0) 67 4

5. Greenville (3-1) 57 5

6. Timberland (2-2) 41 8

7. Carolina Forest (4-0) 40 7

8. Chester (3-1) 37 6

9. Wilson (3-1) 26 10

10. D.W. Daniel (3-1) 19 9

Others receiving votes: 11, Marlboro County 11. 11, Crestwood 11. 13, Hilton Head 6. 14, Socastee 5. 15, Union County 3. 16, Airport 1. 16, Riverside 1.

Class 2A

School Total Points Prv

1. Abbeville (8) (4-0) 107 1

2. Columbia (1) (5-0) 90 2

3. Dillon (2) (3-1) 87 3

4. Central (3-1) 61 5

5. Manning (3-1) 51 6

6. Woodland (4-0) 42 8

7. Silver Bluff (3-1) 39 9

8. Chesnee (3-1) 37 4

9. Hanahan (3-1) 36 10

10. Woodruff (3-1) 28

Others receiving votes: 11, Bishop England 8. 12, Buford 7. 13, Cheraw 6. 13, Pelion 6.

Class 1A

School Total Points Prv

1. Bmbrg-Ehr. (10) (4-0) 109 1

2. Allendale-Fairfax (4-0) 93 3

3. Lamar (1) (3-1) 76 4

4. Blackville-Hilda (3-1) 52 6

(tie) Chesterfield (3-1) 52 2

6. Carvers Bay (3-1) 50 7

7. McBee (4-0) 40 10

8. Hemingway (4-0) 37 8

9. Ware Shoals (3-1) 34 9

10. Lake View (3-1) 26

Others receiving votes: 11, Great Falls 8. 11, Scott's Branch 8. 13, Christ Church Episcopal 7. 14, Baptist Hill 4. 15, Green Sea Floyds 3. 15, Whitmire 3. 17, Calhoun County 2. 18, St. John's 1.

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