AP Top 10: How They Fared in Week 10

October 31, 2011

Class AAA

1. Centreville (8-1) lost to Westfield 13-10, OT.
2. Oscar Smith (8-1) beat Grassfield 21-14.
3. C.D. Hylton (9-0) beat Potomac 19-7.
4. Westfield (9-0) beat Centreville 13-10, OT.
5. Hermitage (8-0) beat Mills Godwin 41-7.
6. Phoebus (8-1) beat Gloucester 42-7.
7. Stone Bridge (8-1) beat James Madison 35-20.
8. Woodside (9-0) beat Denbigh 39-0.
(tie) Grassfield (8-1) lost to Oscar Smith 21-14.
10. Meadowbrook (7-1) lost to Thomas Dale 21-14.

Class AA

1. Christiansburg (8-1) lost to Cave Spring 26-21.
2. Brookville (10-0) beat Rustburg 35-3.
3. Briar Woods (8-1) beat Loudoun Valley 37-0.
4. Magna Vista (9-0) beat Martinsville 34-17.
5. Lafayette (8-1) lost to York 36-35.
6. James Monroe (9-0) beat Spotsylvania 41-6.
7. Northside (9-0) beat Rockbridge 19-6.
8. Richlands (9-0) idle.
9. Broadway (9-0) beat Turner Ashby 33-14.
10. Kettle Run (9-0) beat Warren County 28-21.

Class A

1. Riverheads (9-0) beat Buffalo Gap 42-7.
2. Goochland (9-0) beat Buckingham County 26-24.
3. Grayson County (9-0) beat Narrows 48-6.
4. Amelia County (9-0) beat Cumberland 35-0.
5. Galax (9-0) beat Bland County 49-0.
6. George Wythe-Wytheville (9-0) beat Holston 42-0.
7. Gretna (7-2) lost to Appomattox 17-10.
8. King William (9-0) beat West Point 59-0.
9. Giles (8-1) beat Eastern Montgomery 35-0.
10. J.I. Burton (7-2) lost to Union 26-20.


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