MSA Sports Fab Five – PIHL High School Hockey – 01/30/2013

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Wednesday, January 30, 2013 | 3:39 PM


Here are the Top Five teams in the PIHL's Class AAA, Class AA, Class A and Open Class for this week. MSA Sports will unveil a new Fab Five every Wednesday during the high school hockey regular season only at MSAsports.net. MSA Sports also has the PIHL Notebook every Monday and The PIHL Power Play Show every Wednesday night at 8:00pm on your best source for high school hockey, the MSA Sports Network.

PIHL CLASS AAA:

1)  NORTH ALLEGHENY TIGERS  (13-2-1)
(Last Week #1)

2)  PETERS TOWNSHIP INDIANS  (11-4-0)
(Last Week #2)

3)  BETHEL PARK BLACK HAWKS  (11-3-0)
(Last Week #3)

4)  CANON-McMILLAN BIG MACS  (9-5-3)
(Last Week Unranked)

5)  SENECA VALLEY RAIDERS  (10-4-1)
(Last Week #4)

Out from MSA Sports Fab Five from last week – Upper St. Clair Panthers

PIHL CLASS AA:

1)  LATROBE WILDCATS  (11-1-0)
(Last Week #1)

2)  BISHOP CANEVIN CRUSADERS  (9-1-2)
(Last Week #2)

3)  PINE-RICHLAND RAMS  (10-3-1)
(Last Week #4)

4)  ERIE CATHEDRAL PREP RAMBLERS  (9-3-0)
(Last Week #3)

5)  HAMPTON TALBOTS  (8-4-1)
(Last Week #5)

Out from MSA Sports Fab Five from last week – Nobody

PIHL CLASS A:

1)  QUAKER VALLEY QUAKERS  (15-0-0)
(Last Week #1)

2)  MARS FIGHTING PLANETS  (13-2-1)
(Last Week #2)

3)  WESTMONT-HILLTOP HILLTOPPERS  (9-4-1)
(Last Week #4)

4)  FREEPORT YELLOWJACKETS  (11-3-1)
(Last Week #3)

5)  KITTANNING WILDCATS  (10-4-1)
(Last Week #5)

Out from MSA Sports Fab Five from last week – Nobody

PIHL OPEN CLASS:

1)  BLACKHAWK COUGARS  (15-1-1)
(Last Week #1)

2)  MORGANTOWN MOHAWKS  (12-2-1)
(Last Week #2)

3)  INDIANA LITTLE INDIANS  (13-2-1)
(Last Week #3)

4)  HARBOR CREEK HUSKIES  (11-2-1)
(Last Week #4)

5)  FORD CITY SABERS  (11-2-1)
(Last Week #5)

Out from MSA Sports Fab Five from last week – Nobody

 

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