Football Bucs 18th in latest WVSSAC ratings

The Buckhannon-Upshur High School football Buccaneers dropped to 18th in the latest state AAA rankings after falling at John Marshall last week. The Bucs are now 2-2 with a bye this Friday.

AAA
RankSchoolRatingWonLostTiedScoredAllowedPointsBonus
1PARKERSBURG SOUTH13.7540024046487
2MORGANTOWN13.3330010927364
3SPRING VALLEY1230010287306
4PRINCETON11.3330010132331
5MARTINSBURG1131016181368
6MUSSELMAN10.531098108366
7HURRICANE9.7531018059336
8BRIDGEPORT9.531014259335
9WHEELING PARK9.25310166113334
10HEDGESVILLE931011285333
11HUNTINGTON8.6721014049242
12WOODROW WILSON8.5310135124331
13PARKERSBURG8.332109483241
13CABELL MIDLAND8.3321013234241
15GEORGE WASHINGTON722069149244
16JEFFERSON6.7522010388243
17UNIVERSITY6.5220106159242
18BUCKHANNON-UPSHUR622053122213
18JOHN MARSHALL62207978213
18OAK HILL62208183213
18HAMPSHIRE622083112240
18SPRING MILLS622065102240
23BROOKE5.752208270212
24RIVERSIDE412011578120
25RIPLEY31303290120
25CAPITAL313035162120
27GREENBRIER EAST2.751307310792
28WASHINGTON00403612800
28LINCOLN COUNTY00403815600
28ST. ALBANS00403118300
28PRESTON00306312300
28SOUTH CHARLESTON00301316600

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