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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The Associated Press state high school football poll for the week of September 10, 2013, first-place votes in parentheses, records and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers:

Class 4-A

1. Charlotte Mallard Creek (13)

(3-0)

130

1

2. Scotland

(3-0)

106

3

3. Charlotte Independence

(3-0)

96

4

4. Richmond County

(3-0)

95

2

5. Matthews Butler

(2-1)

68

7

6. East Forsyth

(3-0)

64

5

7. Durham Hillside

(2-0)

63

6

8. Raleigh Leesville Road

(2-0)

24

8

9. Charlotte Catholic

(2-1)

23

9

10. West Mecklenburg

(3-0)

14

NR

(tie) Cornelius Hough

(3-0)

14

NR

Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

Class 3-A

1. Havelock (12)

(3-0)

129

1

2. Northern Guilford

(2-0)

109

2

3. Belmont South Point (1)

(3-0)

105

3

4. Lawndale Burns

(3-0)

88

4

5. Asheville Erwin

(3-0)

59

5

6. South Iredell

(3-0)

45

6

7. Concord

(2-0)

33

7

8. Western Alamance

(3-0)

28

8

9. Jacksonville

(3-0)

22

NR

10. Orange County

(3-0)

20

NR

Others receiving 10 or more points: Central Cabarrus 17.

Class 2-A

1. East Lincoln (10)

(3-0)

123

1

2. Reidsville (1)

(3-0)

111

2

3. Carrboro

(3-0)

90

3

4. Elizabeth City Northeastern (1)

(3-0)

82

4

5. Monroe

(3-0)

81

5

6. North Rowan

(3-0)

74

6

7. Southwest Onslow

(2-1)

37

8

8. Madison County

(3-0)

27

9

9. Washington (1)

(2-1)

19

NR

10. Kinston

(2-1)

13

7

Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

Class 1-A

1. Warsaw Kenan (11)

(3-0)

119

1

2. Swain County

(3-0)

105

2

3. Plymouth (1)

(2-0)

88

3

4. Tarboro

(2-1)

74

4

5. Robbinsville

(3-0)

73

5

6. East Surry

(3-0)

65

6

7. Wallace-Rose Hill

(2-1)

49

7

8. West Montgomery

(2-1)

29

10

9. Northampton

(3-0)

11

NR

10. Lakewood (Salemburg)

(2-1)

10

NR

Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

 

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