The WVSSAC released its first computer ratings on Tuesday afternoon and the Logan and Man high school football teams are both ranked.
After Week 3, Logan (3-0) is ranked seventh in the state in Class AA, while the Man Hillbillies (2-1) are ranked 14th.
The SSAC rankings determine the top 16 teams in each class which qualify for the upcoming playoffs in November.
James Monroe (2-0) is first in Class AA, followed by Bridgeport (3-0) which is second. The Mavericks have 12.00 points, while the Indians have 11.33 points.
Fairmont Senior (2-0) is third, Point Pleasant (3-0) fourth, Braxton County (2-0) fifth and Herbert Hoover (3-0) and Weir (3-0) are tied for sixth.
Logan is seventh, Mingo Central (3-0) eighth, Nicholas County (3-0) is ninth and Lewis County (2-1) is 10th.
North Marion (2-1) is 11th, Roane County (3-0) 12th, Westside (2-1) 13th and Grafton (2-1), Man and Sissonville (2-1) are tied for 14th. Keyser (2-1), Liberty Raleigh (2-1) and Lincoln (2-1) are tied for 15th. Independence (2-1) is ranked 16th.
In the Class AAA rankings, Huntington (3-0) and Martinsburg (3-0) are tied for first place.
In the Single-A rankings, East Hardy (2-0) is ranked No. 1. Summers County (2-0) is second and Moorefield (3-0) is third.
Tug Valley (2-1) is tied for 12th with Pendleton County (2-1) and Williamstown (2-1). Tolsia (1-1) is 13th in the state.
To see the full rankings visit the WVSSAC’s website at: www.wvssac.org.
(Paul Adkins is the Sports Editor of the Logan Banner. He can be reached by email at [email protected] or on Twitter @PAdkinsBanner).