MSA Sports Top Ten – PIHL Hockey – 11/23/2010

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010 | 12:00 AM


Each Wednesday during the regular season, MSA Sports will rank the top eight teams in Class AAA, the top seven teams in both Class AA, Class A and finally, the top ten teams in the Open Class. Here are the rankings for the week of November 29th. Don’t miss “The PIHL Power Play” every Wednesday at 8:00pm starting in December through March and PIHL News and Notes every Monday during the season only here on the MSA Sports Network.

PIHL CLASS AAA TOP EIGHT:

1) CANON-McMILLAN BIG MACS (6-0-0)

2) FOX CHAPEL FOXES (7-0)

3) ERIE McDOWELL TROJANS (5-1-1)

4) NORTH ALLEGHENY TIGERS (3-1-1)

5) PENN-TRAFFORD WARRIORS (3-1-1)

6) SHALER TITANS (3-2-2)

7) UPPER ST. CLAIR PANTHERS (3-1-0)

8) STATE COLLEGE LITTLE LIONS (2-2-2)

PIHL CLASS AA TOP SEVEN:

1) LATROBE WILDCATS (5-0-1)

2) BISHOP CANEVIN CRUSADERS (6-0-0)

3) WEST ALLEGHENY INDIANS (3-1-2)

4) PETERS TOWNSHIP INDIANS (4-2-0)

5) CHARTIERS VALLEY COLTS (4-2-0)

6) MONTOUR SPARTANS (3-3-2)

7) PINE-RICHLAND RAMS (3-3-0)

PIHL CLASS A TOP SEVEN:

1) MARS PLANETS (4-0-0)

2) KITTANNING WILDCATS (6-0-0)

3) SERRA CATHOLIC EAGLES (5-1-0)

4) WESTMONT-HILLTOP HILLTOPPERS (4-0-0)

5) SOUTH FAYETTE LIONS (4-2-0)

6) QUAKER VALLEY QUAKERS (5-1-0)

7) HAMPTON TALBOTS (5-1-0)

PIHL OPEN CLASS TOP TEN:

1) WHEELING CENTRAL MAROON KNIGHTS (5-0-0)

2) HARBOR CREEK HUSKIES (6-0-0)

3) FORD CITY SABERS (5-1-0)

4) JOHN MARSHALL MONARCHS (4-1-0)

5) QUIGLEY SPARTANS (5-1-0)

6) MORGANTOWN MOHIGANS (3-2-0)

7) HOLLIDAYSBURG GOLDEN TIGERS (4-2-0)

8) KISKI AREA CAVALIERS (5-2-0)

9) BLACKHAWK COUGARS (4-3-0)

10) LIGONIER VALLEY MOUNTIES (3-3-0)

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