Trib 10: Aliquippa stands tall atop power rankings as playoffs begin

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Wednesday, November 1, 2023 | 8:50 PM


Welcome to the first postseason edition of the weekly Trib 10 power rankings.

The regular season is in the books and the postseason kicks off Friday for most WPIAL team fortunate enough to qualify for November football.

You’ll notice, however, that not every postseason team will be in action this weekend. The power rankings are littered with teams that have earned a bye this weekend.

As the regular season becomes the postseason, Aliquippa remain in top of the power rankings for a fourth straight week.

Here are the latest power rankings with overall record, last week’s ranking and opponent in Week 10. These rankings have zero classification boundaries.

1. Aliquippa, 9-0, (1): The Quips have a 4A first round bye this weekend

2. Peters Township, 10-0, (2): The Indians host Franklin Regional in a 5A quarterfinals game on Friday

3. Central Catholic, 9-1, (3): The Vikings have a 6A quarterfinals bye this weekend

4. North Allegheny, 9-1, (4): The Tigers have a 6A quarterfinals bye this weekend

5. Belle Vernon, 8-1, (6): The Leopards have a 3A first round bye this weekend

6. McKeesport, 9-1, (7): The Tigers have a 4A first round bye this weekend

7. Penn Hills, 8-2, (8): The Indians host Penn-Trafford in a 5A quarterfinals game on Friday

8. Thomas Jefferson, 8-2, (5): The Jaguars host Kiski Area in a 4A first round game on Friday

9. Avonworth, 10-0, (9): The Antelopes have a 3A first round bye this weekend

10. Pine-Richland, 7-3, (NR): The Rams host Bethel Park in a 5A quarterfinals game on Friday

Out: Elizabeth Forward Warriors

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