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Quick look at the state's top 20 teams:
(Ratings are very unstable in the first 3-4 weeks)
W L - - 1 7A Cntrl-Phx City 8 1 750 2 7A Hoover 6 2 727 3 7A Fairhope 8 0 711 4 6A Opelika 7 1 704 5 7A Prattville 6 2 695 6 7A Oak Mountain 7 1 692 7 6A Spanish Fort 7 1 689 8 6A Benj. Russell 8 1 682 9 6A Clay-Chalkville 8 0 679 10 7A Baker 7 1 678 11 6A Florence 6 2 672 12 6A Saraland 7 1 671 13 7A Auburn 3 5 670 14 7A Gadsden City 8 1 669 7A Foley 7 2 669 16 6A Daphne 5 3 664 17 7A Enterprise 5 3 662 18 5A St. Paul's 8 0 661 19 7A Murphy 6 2 652 20 6A Shades Valley 7 1 650
Last ratings update: Tuesday, 21-Oct-2014 16:28:17 EDT.
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