The Chapmanville Regional High School football team has moved up to a 10th-place tie with Weir in this week’s WVSSAC Class AA state rankings.
Chapmanville and Weir are both 5-2 with 7.71 points.
Man (4-2) has fallen out of the top 16 in 17th place this week.
The top 16 teams in each class qualify for the state playoffs beginning Nov. 11.
Fairmont (6-0) is first in Class AA with 13.33 points. Bridgeport (7-0) is second with 12.43 points.
Point Pleasant (7-0) is third, Mingo Central (6-0) fourth, Sissonville (5-1) fifth, James Monroe (5-1) sixth, North Marion (5-1) seventh, Nicholas County (5-1) eighth and Independence (6-1) ninth.
Keyser (4-2) and Roane County (5-1) are tied for 12th and Herbert Hoover (4-2), Lincoln (4-2) and Winfield (4-2) are tied for 14th.
Logan (3-3) is 21st.
Chapmanville plays at Mingo Central on Friday in a battle of ranked Cardinal Conference teams. Sissonville and Herbert Hoover are also members of the league.
If the season ended today, Chapmanville would travel to either James Monroe or North Marion for a first round playoff game.
Martinsburg (7-0) is ranked No. 1 this week in Class AAA. Capital (5-1) is second and Spring Valley (6-1) third.
In Class A, East Hardy (6-0) is first and South Harrison (6-0) and St. Marys (6-0) are tied for second.
Tug Valley (4-3) is 18th.
To see the full WVSSAC ratings visit the SSAC’s website at: www.wvssac.org.
(Paul Adkins is the Sports Editor of the Logan Banner. He can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @PAdkinsBanner).