Football Poll - September 26, 2007

September 25, 2007 

The Associated Press state high school football polls for the week of September 25, first-place votes in parentheses, record and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of sports writers:

Class 4A

School Total Points Prv

1. James F. Byrnes (9) (5-0) 90 1

2. Summerville (4-1) 73 4

3. Sumter (5-0) 66 5

4. Dorman (4-1) 53 2

5. Gaffney (4-1) 49 6

6. South Pointe (5-0) 41 7

7. Greenwood (4-1) 39 8

8. Clover (4-1) 28 3

9. Westside (5-0) 26 9

10. Hartsville (5-1) 9

(tie) Fort Dorchester (4-1) 9

Others receiving votes: 12, Northwestern 8. 13, Conway 2. 14, Goose Creek 1. 14, Berkeley 1.

Class 3A

School Total Points Prv

1. Myrtle Beach (4) (5-0) 81 1

2. Clinton (1) (5-0) 77 3

3. Blythewood (4) (5-0) 73 2

4. Greenville (4-1) 52 5

(tie) Blue Ridge (5-0) 52 4

6. D.W. Daniel (4-1) 31 10

(tie) Chester (4-1) 31 8

(tie) Timberland (3-2) 31 6

9. Wilson (4-1) 29 9

10. Carolina Forest (4-1) 12 7

Others receiving votes: 11, Marlboro County 10. 12, Crestwood 6. 13, Airport 5. 14, Socastee 2. 14, Riverside 2. 16, Hilton Head 1.

Class 2A

School Total Points Prv

1. Abbeville (7) (5-0) 88 1

2. Columbia (1) (5-0) 73 2

3. Dillon (1) (4-1) 71 3

4. Manning (4-1) 60 5

5. Chesnee (4-1) 43 8

6. Hanahan (4-1) 39 9

(tie) Woodruff (4-1) 39 10

8. Central (3-2) 23 4

9. Woodland (4-1) 17 6

10. Cheraw (3-2) 16

Others receiving votes: 11, Pelion 13. 12, Bishop England 8. 13, Silver Bluff 5.

Class 1A

School Total Points Prv

1. Bamberg-Ehrhardt (8) (5-0) 89 1

2. Allendale-Fairfax (1) (5-0) 80 2

3. Blackville-Hilda (4-1) 56 4

4. Carvers Bay (4-1) 54 6

5. Chesterfield (4-1) 50 5

6. McBee (5-0) 41 7

7. Ware Shoals (4-1) 40 9

8. Lamar (3-2) 28 3

9. Lake View (3-2) 18 10

10. Hemingway (4-1) 13 8

Others receiving votes: 11, Great Falls 10. 12, Scott's Branch 6. 13, Christ Church Episcopal 5. 14, Calhoun County 4. 15, Baptist Hill 1.

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