Prep Talk | S.C. High School Football Poll results

October 2, 2012 

We're back down to two Grand Strand football teams in the statewide prep football poll, which was released Tuesday afternoon.

Myrtle Beach (6-0), which has been No. 1 in Class AAA for several weeks, remained in that position. Carvers Bay (5-1) moved up a spot to No. 7 in Class A after its fifth straight victory. Socastee was No. 10 a week ago in Class AAA, only to drop out after a lopsided win over North Myrtle Beach.

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On to this week's poll:

CLASS 4A School (Record) (Last week) 1. Byrnes (6-0) (1) 2. Goose Creek (6-0) (2) 3. South Pointe (6-0) (5) 4. Greenwood (6-0) (4) 5. Bluffton (6-0) (6) 6. York (6-0) (7) 7. Northwestern (4-2) (3) 8. Wando (6-0) (8) 9. Stratford (6-0) (9) 10. Dorman (4-2) (10)

CLASS 3A 1. Myrtle Beach (6-0) (1) 2. Hartsville (6-0) (2) 3. Daniel (5-1) (3) 4. Belton-Honea Path (5-1) (4) 5. Swansea (6-0) (6) 6. Strom Thurmond (5-1) (5) 7. Manning (5-1) (7) 8. Hanahan (NR) 9. A.C. Flora (5-1) (8) 10. Woodruff (4-2) (9)

CLASS 2A 1. Abbeville (6-1) (2) 2. Dillon (5-1) (3) 3. Silver Bluff (5-1) (7) 4. Timberland (5-1) (4) 5. Bishop England (5-1) (5) 6. Chesnee (6-1) (6) 7. Bamberg Ehrhardt (5-1) (1) 8. Central (4-2) (8) 9. Newberry (4-2) (9) 10. Fairfield Central (4-2) (NR)

CLASS A 1. Allendale-Fairfax (6-0) (1) 2. Christ Church (6-0) (2) 3. Johnsonville (6-0) (3) 4. Cross (6-1) (4) 5. Lamar (4-2) (5) 6. Williston-Elko (5-2) (6) 7. Carvers Bay (5-1) (8) 8. Timmonsville (6-1) (7) 9. St. Joseph’s (5-1) (10) 10. Lewisville (6-1) (9)

The S.C. Prep Media Poll is conducted by The State with voting from Scott Chancey, Greenwood Index-Journal; Bob Castello, Greenville News; Chris Dearing, The State; Ian Guerin, Myrtle Beach Sun News; Kevin Melton, Spartanburg Herald Journal; Akilah Nelson, The State; and Adam Regan, Anderson Independent Mail.

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