CSS High School Football Southeastern Top 25 Poll - Week 7 | #HSFBTalk

CSS High School Football Southeastern Top 25 Poll - Week 7 | #HSFBTalk
September 30, 2013, 12:15 pm
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Craig Sager II, Score Atlanta

1. Booker T. Washington, Miami, FL (5-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 1) Florida State-commit and quarterback Treon Harris sat with a stomach virus, but running backs Mark Walton and Krondis Larry combined for 180 rushing yards on 24 carries and helped Booker T. Washington record a 49-7 victory over Pace (FL). Walton scored three touchdowns and Larry added one in the win. | THIS WEEK: At Bishop Gorman (FL) 10/04

2. Miami Central, FL (3-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 3) Prior to last week’s bye, Miami Central had a successful trip to New Jersey and rolled past Don Bosco Prep (NJ) 50-21. Florida-commit Dalvin Cook scored three rushing touchdowns and had an interception on defense, and the speedy Joseph Yearby added two rushing touchdowns out of the prolific Rockets’ backfield. | THIS WEEK: Homestead (FL) 10/05

3. North Gwinnett, Suwanee, GA (4-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 4) Prior to last week’s bye, quarterback Hayden Sphire was 12 of 15 passing for 201 yards and six touchdowns, all in the first half of North Gwinnett’s 63-0 win over Meadowcreek (GA). Caleb Scott caught three touchdown passes, and Nate Brown and Almonzo Brown caught two and one, respectively. C.J. Leggett added a rushing touchdown and defensive end Dante Sawyer returned a fumble 15 yards for a score.| THIS WEEK: At Duluth (GA) 10/04

4. Northwestern, Rock Hill, SC (5-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 5) Dupree Hart rushed for a 5-yard touchdown and caught a 38-yard score in the opening half of Northwestern’s 34-0 region win over Lancaster (SC). Hart continued his productive night and returned the opening kickoff of the second half 85-yards for the touchdown. | THIS WEEK: At South Pointe (SC) 10/04

5. Ensworth, Nashville, TN (5-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 6) Ensworth won its fifth game in a row and by topping McCallie (TN) 28-14. The Tigers took a 14-7 lead at halftime after P.J. Settles connected with Jake Estes on a touchdown strike. They extended their advantage to the final winning margin thanks to a fourth-quarter scoring run by D’Andre Ferby. Ferby rushed 32 times for 213 yards and three touchdowns as Ensworth outgained McCallie 305 to 189 in rushing yards. | THIS WEEK: Montgomery Bell Academy (TN) 10/04

6. Hoover, AL (5-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 7) Hoover held Vestavia Hills (AL) to 22 yards of offense in the first half and 86 total yards in its 17-7 win. Hoover gained 345 yards on offense and junior running back Bradrick Shaw gained 111 yards on just 15 carries and scored a third quarter touchdown. Vestavia Hills’ only points came on a muffed punt by Hoover. | THIS WEEK: Bessemer City (AL) 10/04

7. Miramar, FL (5-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 11) Miramar held Western (FL) to 16 yards of total offense and forced four turnovers in the 49-0 rout. Miramar quarterback Nick Jeanty threw for 140 yards and three touchdowns.| THIS WEEK: McArthur (FL) 10/04

8. Manatee, Bradenton, FL (5-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 9) Manatee scored 62 first half points in its 62-0 rout of Southeast, Bradenton (FL). Trevon Walters finished with 156 rushing yards and scored three times despite not playing in the second half. | THIS WEEK: Riverview (FL) 10/04

9. University, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (5-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 10) Sean White tossed touchdown passes to Chris Taylor, Jarius Brown and Sam Bruce in the first half and Jordan Scarlett found the endzone on a 1-yard run to give University a 28-0 halftime lead over Boyd Anderson (FL). White added a 40-yard touchdown pass to Lajuan Hunt and connected with Taylor for a second touchdown of the game and the Suns walked away with a 50-0 win. | THIS WEEK: At North Broward Prep (FL) 10/04

10. St. Thomas Aquinas, Ft. Lauderdale, FL (3-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 12) St. Thomas Aquinas outscored Nova 51-0 in the first half before cruising to a 58-6 victory. The Raiders’ defense scored three touchdowns and recorded a safety in the first half. | THIS WEEK: At South Broward (FL) 10/04

11. Curtis, River Ridge, LA (4-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 8) Senior running back George Moreira scored his third rushing touchdown on a 4-yard run with 26.5 seconds remaining, to lift Curtis to a 38-33 victory against Karr. | THIS WEEK: At St. Augustine (LA) 10/04

12. Karr, New Orleans, LA (2-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 2) Karr quarterback Speedy Noil passed for four touchdowns and 273 yards in Karr’s 38-33 loss to Curtis. | THIS WEEK: At Cox (LA) 10/04

13. Sandy Creek, Tyrone, GA (3-0-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 13) Quarterback Cole Garvin threw first-quarter touchdown passes to Jeremiah Relaford and Demarre Kitt in Sandy Creek’s 54-19 win over Fayette County. Delvin Weems scored on runs of 40 and two yards in the opening half and Eric Swinney added a late 47-yard touchdown run.| THIS WEEK: Troup County (GA) 10/04

14. McEachern, Powder Springs, GA (5-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 14) The Indians improved to 5-0 after blowing out Kennesaw Mountain 41-7. Quarterback Ty Clemons threw two touchdowns and also scored on a 75-yard run. Clemons’ scoring throws were to Elijah Van Dorn (32 yards) and T.J. Rahming (26 yards). | THIS WEEK: At Campbell (GA) 10/04

15. Godby, Tallahassee, FL (3-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 15) Prior to last week’s bye, Godby quarterback J.T. Bradwell tossed a pair of touchdown in Godby’s 50-9 win over Leon (FL). Godby rushed for 208 yards on 28 carries and scored three touchdowns on the ground in the win. | THIS WEEK: Wakulla (FL) 10/04

16. Buford, GA (4-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 16) The Wolves took a 49-point lead at the half with 35 of those points coming in the opening quarter in their 63-0 win over Banks County (GA). Martin Mangram ran for a 45-yard touchdown and sophomore tight end Isaac Nauta hauled in a 35-yard touchdown reception. This is the second consecutive shutout for the Wolves’ defense.| THIS WEEK: At West Hall (GA) 10/04

17. Byrnes, SC (4-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 17) The Byrnes offense was too much for Boiling Springs (SC) and lifted the Rebels to a 63-34 win on Friday. Quarterback Shuler Bentley found Shaedon Meadors and Isaiah Hill and Greg McHam to take a 35-15 lead into the half. Bentley finished 24 of 34 for 383 yards and five touchdown throws and also added a rushing score in the win. | THIS WEEK: Spartanburg (SC) 10/04

18. Colquitt County, Moultrie, GA (4-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 18) Colquitt County racked up 430 yards of total offense in its 37-7 win over Lowndes and allowed the Vikings just 137 yards from scrimmage. Quintin Hampton posted six sacks for the Packers’ defense. Quarterback Daniel Mobley completed 13 of 23 passes for 212 yards and one touchdown and also gained 76 yards on the ground and scored once from 31 yards out. | THIS WEEK: Tift County (GA) 10/04

19. Apopka, FL (5-1) | LAST WEEK (No. 20) Apopka scored on its first four possessions and cruised to a 49-0 win over Freedom (FL). Robert Thomas rushed for 177 yards and two TDs and recorded an interception. Apopka rushed for 417 yards and J.J. Simmons scored two touchdowns also, including on a 94-yard kickoff return to open the second half. | THIS WEEK: West Orange (FL) 10/04

20. East Lake, Tarpon Springs, FL (5-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 21) East Lake scored touchdowns on its final four possessions to top Tarpon Springs (FL) 49-6. Fullback Ian Cronin scored on a late 47-yard scamper and wideout Artavis Scott added three touchdowns. | THIS WEEK: Seminole (FL) 10/04

21. Maryville, TN (6-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 22) Maryville rolled past Sevier County (TN) 55-6 and tallied 375 yards rushing and 179  yards through the air. Quarterback John Garrett racked up 254 total yards and three touchdowns and Shawn Prevo ran two scores.| THIS WEEK: At Heritage (TN) 10/04

22. Tucker, GA (5-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 24) Tucker’s defense forced a pair of interceptions and held Lakeside-DeKalb (GA) to just 111 yards of offense in its 56-7 win. Tucker scored 35 points in the first quarter and took a 49-0 lead into the half.  THIS WEEK: Bye, then Stephenson (GA) 10/11

23. Petal, MS (5-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 25) Petal quarterback Kyle Smith ran for a touchdown, and threw two others in the Panthers’ 41-14 win over Provine (MS). Running back Tyus Raine added a two short touchdown runs in the victory| THIS WEEK: At Oakgrove (MS) 10/04

24. Opelika, AL (5-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 23) Opelika gained 345 yards of offense and held Valley (AL) to only 109 yards in a 34-18 win over Valley. Sloppy play kept Valley in the game as Opelika committed four turnovers. Running back Reggie Hall finished with 27 carries for 112 yards and the two touchdowns in the win. |THIS WEEK: Lanier (AL) 10/04 

25. Hillgrove, Powder Springs, GA (4-0) | LAST WEEK (N/R) Elijah Ironside passed for 390 yards and a school-record seven touchdowns as Hillgrove’s offense overwhelmed Campbell (GA) 63-28. Ironside threw five of his scoring strikes in the first half and Hawks wideout Omar Black had six receptions for 113 yards and four touchdowns for the Hawks. | THIS WEEK: At Pebblebrook (GA) 10/04 

Under Consideration: Blackman (TN), Brandon (MS), Carrollton (GA), Clay-Chalkville (AL), Columbia (FL), Dwyer (FL), Fayetteville (AR), Fulton (TN), Goose Creek (SC), Greenwood (AR), McGill-Toolen (AL), Neville (LA), Oakland (TN), Oxford (MS), Peachtree Ridge (GA), Spanish Fort (AL), Spartanburg (SC), Stephenson (GA), Trinity Christian (FL), York (SC). 

Out of the top 25 

Whitehaven, Memphis, TN (6-0) | LAST WEEK (No. 19) Whitehaven won its third one-possession game of the season 47-40 over Ridgeway (TN).| THIS WEEK: Ridgeway (TN) 9/27 

Week 6 Results 

No. 1 Booker T. Washington 49, Pace 7 

No. 8 Curtis 38, No. 2 Karr 33 

No.3 Miami Central BYE 

No. 4 North Gwinnett BYE 

No. 5 Northwestern 34, Lancaster 0 

No. 6 Ensworth 28, McCallie 14 

No. 7 Hoover 17, Vestavia Hills 7

No. 8 Curtis 38, No. 2 Karr 33 

No. 9 Manatee 62, Southeast Bradenton 0 

No. 10 University 50, Boyd Anderson 0 

No. 11 Miramar 49, Western 0 

No. 12 St. Thomas Aquinas 58, Nova 6 

No. 13 Sandy Creek 54, Fayette County 19 

No. 14 McEachern 41, Kennesaw Mountain 7 

No. 15 Godby BYE 

No. 16 Buford 63, Banks County 0 

No. 17 Byrnes 63, Boiling Springs 34 

No. 18 Colquitt County 37, Lowndes 7 

No. 19 Whitehaven 47, Ridgeway 40 

No. 20 Apopka 49, Freedom 0 

No. 21 East Lake 49, Tarpen Springs 6 

No. 22 Maryville 55, Sevier County 6 

No. 23 Opelika 34, Valley 18 

No. 24 Tucker 56, Lakeside, DeKalb 7

 No. 25 Petal 41, Provine 14