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September 26, 2012

S.C. High School Football Media Poll (Sept. 26)

Three Grand Strand teams finished their non-region portion of the schedule having done enough to be ranked in the top 10 in their respective class.

Myrtle Beach, which held onto the top spot in Class AAA after beating Conway, is joined by Socastee, which remained No. 10 in Class AAA. Carvers Bay, which was unranked prior to last Friday, jumped to No. 8 in Class A after its third consecutive win over a school from a high class.

Byrnes held on to the top spot in Class AAAA, while Bamberg-Ehrhardt (Class AA) and Allendale-Fairfax (Class A) took over the No. 1 rankings in their respective classes.

Enjoy.

Class 4A
1. Byrnes
2. Goose Creek
3. Northwestern
4. Greenwood
5. South Pointe
6. Bluffton
7. York
8. Wando 
9. Stratford
10. Dorman

Class 3A
1. Myrtle Beach 
2. Hartsville
3. Daniel
4. Belton Honea Path
5. Strom Thurmond 
6. Swansea
7. Manning 
8. AC Flora 
9. Woodruff
10. Socastee

Class 2A
1. Bamberg Ehrhardt
2. Abbeville
3. Dillon
4. Timberland
5. Bishop England
6. Chesnee
7. Silver Bluff 
8. Central 
9. Newberry
10. Woodland

Class A
1. Allendale Fairfax
2. Christ Church
3. Johnsonville
4. Cross 
5. Lamar
6. Williston Elko
7. Timmonsville
8. Carvers Bay
9. Lewisville
10. (tie) St. Joseph's 
10. (tie) McCormick

The S.C. Prep Media Poll is conducted by The State with voting from Scott Chancey, Greenwood Index-Journal; Bob Castello, Greenville News; Chris Dearing, The State; Ian Guerin, Myrtle Beach Sun News; Kevin Melton, Spartanburg Herald Journal; Akilah Nelson, The State and Adam Regan, Anderson Independent Mail.

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