The Logan High School football team remained at 13th in the state in this week’s WVSSAC Class AAA Computer Football Ratings.
Logan is 4-1 and has 8.40 points after blanking county rival Chapmanville 20-0 last week. Logan is scheduled to play at unranked Winfield (2-3) on Friday night.
Cabell Midland is first with a 5-0 record and 14.40 points. University (5-0) is second with 13.00 points.
Elkins (5-0) is third, Point Pleasant (4-0) fourth, Huntington (4-1) fifth, Martinsburg (4-1) sixth, Beckley Woodrow Wilson (4-1) seventh, George Washington (4-1) eighth, Morgantown (3-1) ninth and Capital (3-1) 10th. Oak Hill (3-1) is 11th, Hampshire (3-1) 12th, Logan 13th, Musselman (3-2) 14th, Spring Valley (2-2) 15th and Wheeling Park (3-2) 16th.
The top 16 teams in the state qualify for the playoffs which begin Nov. 9 across the state of West Virginia. The top eight teams get home field advantage.
In the Class AA rankings, Scott remains in first place with a 5-0 record and 11.00 rating. The Skyhawks, a member of the Cardinal Conference, has outscored their opponents 183-71.
Wayne, another Cardinal team and the defending Class AA state champions, is second at 4-0 and 9.50.
Bridgeport (4-1) is third, while Bluefield (3-1) and Frankfort (4-0) are tied for fourth. Robert C. Byrd (4-1) is sixth, Mingo Central (3-1) is seventh, Liberty Raleigh (4-1) eighth, Keyser (3-1) ninth and River View (4-1) 10th. Petersburg (3-1) is 11th, while Ritchie County (3-2) and Roane County (3-2) are tied for 12th. Nicholas County (3-2), Philip Barbour (3-2), Summers County (3-2) and Wyoming East (3-2) are tied for 14th.
Chapmanville (2-3) is tied for 25th with Braxton County and Tolsia. The Tigers play at James Monroe (2-3) on Friday night.
In the Class A rankings, Tucker County is tops in the state with a 5-0 record and 8.40 rating. Greenbrier East (4-1) and Meadow Bridge (5-0) are tied for second as both teams are 0.20 points behind.
Wahama (5-0) is fourth, Clay-Battelle (5-0) is fifth, Valley Fayette (4-0) sixth, East Hardy (4-0) seventh and Magnolia (4-1) and Tug Valley (4-1) are tied for eighth. Wirt County (4-1) is 10th, Notre Dame (3-1) and St. Marys (3-1) are tietd for 11th, Bishop Donahue (4-1) is 13th, Buffalo (3-1) 14th, Madonna (3-1) 15th and Williamstown (3-2) 16th.
Man (1-4) is 28th and hosts winless Fayetteville (0-5) on Friday night in the Hillbillies’ annual homecoming game.