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07

Final MPSS Football Rankings

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footballlogoThe RANKINGS/TOP 15
Here are the final Mississippi Prep Sports Source Classification rankings for 2009.  An overall Top 25 will be released next week. The Mississippi Prep Sports Source rankings are produced each week by Austin Bishop and Bobby Gray. Bishop has been covering high school sports in Mississippi since 1975, while Gray is a longtime follower of prep football in North Mississippi. The ranking service is received by more than 30 media outlets and is in its second year.

MHSAA 6A
1. South Panola (14-1)
2. Madison Central (13-1)
3. Oak Grove (11-3)  
4. Meridian (11-2)   
5. Ocean Springs (11-3)
6 Clinton (11-2)              
7. Olive Branch (10-3)
8. Southaven (9-3)
9. Brandon (7-3)
10. Natchez (9-4)
11. Harrison Central (9-3)                                 
12. Hattiesburg (6-6)                             
13. Petal (7-5)
14. Hancock (5-6)
15. George County (7-5)                                 

MHSAA 5A
1. West Point (14-1)
2. Wayne County (11-4)                                         
3. Moss Point (11-3)                                    
4. West Jones (11-1)
5. Picayune (8-4)                
6. New Hope (11-2)                                   
7. Pearl (9-4)   
8 Ridgeland (10-3)                                                         
9. Callaway (8-4)        
10. Oxford (6-6)       
11. Stone County (6-5)
12. Forest Hill (5-6)
13. Brookhaven (5-6)                                                    
 14. Gautier (7-5)      
15. Hernando (6-6) 
                     
MHSAA 4A
1. St. Stanislaus (14-1)
2. Lafayette County (14-2)
3. Itawamba AHS (13-1)
4. Noxubee County (12-2)  
5. Shannon (11-2)    
6. Greene County (10-4)                                      
7. Forrest County AHS (10-3)     
8. Lawrence County (9-4)                   
9. Magee (9-3)     
10. West Lauderdale (9-3)
11. Louisville (8-5)   
12. Cleveland (8-5)   
13. Senatobia (9-3)        
14. North Pike (8-5)       
15. Pontotoc (8-3)  

MHSAA 3A
1. Tylertown (14-0)
2. Morton (13-1)
3. Forest (10-2)
4. Aberdeen (12-3)         
5. Booneville (13-1)     
8. Perry Central (12-1)      
7. Charleston (13-1)     
8. Franklin County (10-4)                               
9. Philadelphia (11-2)                                           
10. Nettleton (9-4)        
11. Belmont (9-4)                         
12. Velma Jackson (9-3)
13. Collins (7-6)        
14. Cleveland East Side (8-4)
15. Seminary (7-6)    

MHSAA 2A
1. Bassfield (13-2)
2. Ackerman (15-1)
3. West Bolivar (14-1)
4. Taylorsville (11-3)
5. Eupora (10-2)     
6. Puckett (11-2)                                       
7. Hollandale-Simmons (10-2)      
8. Loyd Star (10-2)        
9. North Forrest (10-3)       
10. Baldwyn (7-6)    
11. East Webster (7-7)                                           
12. Lumberton (8-4)    
13. East Marion (7-6)                                                  
14. Scott Central (10-2)
15. Mize (8-5)         

MHSAA 1A
1. Mount Olive (10-5)
2. Durant (14-2)
3. Nanih Waiya (11-2)   
4. Sebastopol (11-3)                                        
5. Weir (10-3)   
6. Vardaman (9-4)
7. Coffeeville (8-5)                                 
8. Smithville (10-1)    
9. Okolona (9-4)   
10. Shaw (6-4)    
11. Greenville St. Joseph (6-5)        
12. French Camp (7-4)        
13. Bogue Chitto (5-7)                                            
14. Ray Brooks (4-6)
15. South Leake (6-6)        

MAIS
1. Jackson Academy (12-1)   
2. Jackson Prep (10-3)    
3. Washington School (10-2)                                  
4. Brookhaven (15-0)
5. Lamar School (12-2)
6. Simpson Academy (11-2)                            
7. Pillow Academy (9-3)      
8. Trinity Episcopal (12-3)                   
9. Magnolia Heights (6-4)
10. River Oaks (La.) (11-2)     
11. DeSoto School (13-1)
12. Centreville (9-4)        
13. Marshall (10-2)        
14. Parklane (7-4)
15. MRA (6-5)

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