Monday, October 06, 2008

Week 8 National Prep Football Poll released

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Week 8 National Prep Football Poll features a pair of teams making their season Top 25 debuts.

No. 15 Louisville (Ky.) St. Xavier entered the national rankings for the first time since last season. The Tigers beat arch rival Louisville Trinity, 30-6, in front over 38,000 fans at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium. Trinity, the defending 6A champion, was ranked No. 13 in last week's poll.

No. 21 Olney (Md.) Good Counsel also moved into the Top 25 after beating its main rival. The Falcons beat DeMatha, 42-21, in a game televised by ESPN2. DeMatha has won five consecutive Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championships, with four of the championship game wins coming against Good Counsel.


Anonymous said...

Bishop McD..Harrisburg,PA...on a out.

Anonymous said...

I think it's crap how you diss Camden County. You never should have ranked Louisville Kentucky ahead of Camden in it's initial season ranking. you think they went from nowhere to all of a sudden 13th in the whole nation??

Anonymous said...

Go Vikings! Lowndes County Rules! Next in line, Valdosta Wildcats!

Anonymous said...

whats it got to take to move lakeland up.