Football Poll - October 10, 2007

Staff ReportsOctober 10, 2007 

The Associated Press state high school football polls for the week of October 9, 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. Byrnes (9) (7-0) 90 1

2. Summerville (6-1) 76 2

3. Sumter (7-0) 69 3

4. Dorman (6-1) 63 4

5. Gaffney (6-1) 50 6

(tie) Greenwood (6-1) 50 5

7. Clover (6-1) 34 7

8. South Pointe (6-1) 19 8

9. Northwestern (6-1) 13

10. Hartsville (6-1) 10 10

Others receiving votes: 11, Beaufort 9. 12, Irmo 4. 12, Conway 4. 14, Aiken 3. 15, Westside 1.

Class 3A

School Total Points Prv

1. Myrtle Beach (6) (7-0) 86 1

2. Blythewood (3) (7-0) 73 3

3. Blue Ridge (7-0) 71 5

4. Greenville (6-1) 56 4

5. D.W. Daniel (6-1) 44 6

(tie) Clinton (6-1) 44 2

7. Timberland (5-2) 40 8

8. Wilson (6-1) 28 9

9. Chester (5-2) 11 7

(tie) Airport (6-1) 11

Others receiving votes: 11, Marlboro County 9. 12, Hilton Head 8. 13, Socastee 6. 14, Riverside 5. 15, Strom Thurmond 3.

Class 2A

School Total Points Prv

1. Abbeville (8) (7-0) 89 1

2. Columbia (1) (7-0) 74 2

3. Dillon (6-1) 72 3

4. Manning (6-1) 56 4

5. Chesnee (6-1) 48 5

(tie) Hanahan (6-1) 48 6

7. Central (5-2) 30 7

8. Cheraw (5-2) 27 8

9. Pelion (6-1) 23 9

10. Bishop England (6-1) 15 10

Others receiving votes: 11, Chapman 5. 12, Silver Bluff 4. 13, Woodruff 3. 14, Batesburg-Leesville 1.

Class 1A

School Total Points Prv

1. Bamberg-Ehrhardt (9) (7-0) 90 1

2. Allendale-Fairfax (6-1) 68 2

3. Lake View (5-2) 61 5

4. Blackville-Hilda (5-2) 50 6

5. Lamar (5-2) 48 7

6. Ware Shoals (5-2) 36 4

7. Hemingway (6-1) 31 8

8. Carvers Bay (5-2) 27 9

9. Great Falls (6-1) 21

10. McBee (6-1) 17 3

Others receiving votes: 11, Calhoun County 13. 12, Chesterfield 12. 13, Lewisville 7. 14, Christ Church Episcopal 6. 15, Williston-Elko 3. 16, Scott's Branch 2. 16, Whitmire 2. 18, Cross 1.

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