MSA Sports Top Seven – PIHL High School Hockey – 11/09/2011

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Wednesday, November 9, 2011 | 3:46 PM


Each Wednesday during the regular season, MSA Sports will rank the top seven teams in all four classifications/divisions in the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League. Here are the rankings for the week of November 6th. Don’t miss “The PIHL Power Play Show” every Wednesday at 8:00pm starting December 7th and the “PIHL High School Hockey Notebook” starting December 5th during the season only here on the MSA Sports Network.

PIHL CLASS AAA:

1)  CANON-McMILLAN BIG MACS  (3-0-0)

2)  PETERS TOWNSHIP INDIANS  (2-0-1)

3)  NORWIN KNIGHTS  (2-0-0)

4)  MOUNT LEBANON BLUE DEVILS  (2-0-0)

5)  PENN-TRAFFORD WARRIORS  (4-0-0)

6)  NORTH ALLEGHENY TIGERS  (1-1-1)

7)  BETHEL PARK BLACK HAWKS  (2-2-0)

PIHL CLASS AA:

1)  CHARTIERS VALLEY COLTS  (3-0-0)

2)  BISHOP CANEVIN CRUSADERS  (2-1-0)

3)  LATROBE WILDCATS  (1-1-0)

4)  PLUM MUSTANGS  (3-1-0)

5)  GATEWAY GATORS  (3-1-0)

6)  WEST ALLEGHENY INDIANS  (2-1-0)

7)  ERIE CATHEDRAL PREP RAMBLERS  (2-1-0)

PIHL CLASS A:

1)  MARS FIGHTING PLANETS  (2-0-0)

2)  KITTANNING WILDCATS  (2-0-0)

3)  SERRA CATHOLIC EAGLES  (2-0-0)

4)  QUAKER VALLEY QUAKERS  (1-1-0)

5)  FREEPORT YELLOWJACKETS  (2-0-0)

6)  HAMPTON TALBOTS  (2-1-0)

7)  SOUTH FAYETTE LIONS  (1-1-0)

PIHL OPEN CLASS: 

1)  GREENSBURG-SALEM GOLDEN LIONS  (4-0-0)

2)  WHEELING PARK PATRIOTS  (2-0-0)

3)  MORGANTOWN MOHIGANS  (2-0-0)

4)  QUIGLEY SPARTANS  (2-0-0)

5)  LIGONIER VALLEY RAMS  (2-0-0)

6)  FORD CITY SABERS  (2-1-0)

7)  CENTRAL VALLEY WARRIORS  (2-1-0)

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