Scots No. 3, Pats No. 7 in AP Poll


Scotland backup tailback Tyquan McNealy rushed for 55 yards on nine carries in the Scots’ 48-28 win last Friday against New Hanover.


Contributed by Matt Monarca

RALEIGH (AP) — The Associated Press state high school football poll for the week of September 22, first-place votes in parentheses, records and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers:

Class 4-A

1. Charlotte Mallard Creek (13) (4-1) 166 1

2. Wake Forest (3) (4-0) 150 2

3. Scotland County (1) (5-0) 139 3

4. Greensboro Dudley (5-0) 124 4

5. Matthews Butler (4-1) 91 6

6. Charlotte Catholic (1) (3-0) 85 5

7. Southern Pines Pinecrest (5-0) 77 7

8. Charlotte Vance (4-1) 54 8

9. Greensboro Page (5-0) 46 9

10. East Forsyth (5-0) 35 10

Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

Class 3-A

1. Shelby Crest (15) (5-0) 177 1

2. Havelock (3) (5-0) 164 2

3. Asheville (4-0) 130 3

4. Eastern Alamance (5-0) 111 4

5. West Craven (4-0) 86 5

6. Orange County (5-0) 85 6

7. Weddington (4-1) 62 T7

8. Fayetteville Sanford (4-1) 50 T7

9. Northern Guilford (3-1) 35 9

10. Wendell Corinth-Holders (5-0) 18 NR

(tie) Asheville Reynolds (4-1) 18 NR

Others receiving 10 or more points: Kings Mountain (5-0) 17, Morganton Freedom (3-1) 14.

Class 2-A

1. East Lincoln (12) (5-0) 172 1

2. Shelby (5) (5-0) 158 2

3. Monroe (1) (5-0) 144 3

4. Kinston (5-0) 113 5

5. East Bladen (4-0) 97 6

6. Greene Central (5-0) 75 8

7. Clinton (2-1) 70 4

8. SouthWest Edgecombe (5-0) 67 9

9. High Point Andrews (3-1) 16 NR

(tie)Elizabeth City Northeastern (3-2) 16 7

Others receiving 10 or more points: Lincolnton (4-1) 15, Maiden (3-1) 10.

Class 1-A

1. Warsaw Kenan (17) (5-0) 179 1

2. Tarboro (1) (5-0) 159 2

3. Wallace-Rose Hill (4-1) 128 3

4. West Montgomery (5-0) 117 4

5. East Surry (4-0) 109 5

6. Mitchell County (5-0) 97 6

7. Murphy (4-1) 68 7

8. Plymouth (3-1) 50 9

9. East Carteret (4-1) 34 8

10. Chocowinity Southside (5-0) 20 NR

Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

Scotland backup tailback Tyquan McNealy rushed for 55 yards on nine carries in the Scots’ 48-28 win last Friday against New Hanover.
http://laurinburgexchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/web1_DSC_9220.jpgScotland backup tailback Tyquan McNealy rushed for 55 yards on nine carries in the Scots’ 48-28 win last Friday against New Hanover. Contributed by Matt Monarca
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