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Tuesday, September 7, 2021


Highland Springs wins the battle at the top and stays at #1 in the latest RVA Sports Network Super 12 High School Football Poll, while there are a host of changes below them.

1) Highland Springs (1-1, was #1), d. Manchester 27-20, at Prince George (0-2), Friday, 6:30pm airtime on Rejoice 101.3 FM/990 AM or CLICK HERE to listen live!)

2) Manchester (0-1, was #2), (l to Highland Springs 27-20, vs George Wythe, Friday, 7pm

3) Thomas Dale (2-0, was #3), (d. L.C. Bird 26-7, game vs. #10 Hermitage postponed due to COVID-19

4) Varina (1-0, was #4), (d. Glen Allen 34-0, idle)

5) Dinwiddie (1-0, was #7), (d. Heritage-Lynchburg 52-12, game vs. North Stafford postponed due to COVID-19

6) Hopewell (0-0, was #6), (at I.C. Norcom, Friday, 7pm)

7) Patrick Henry (1-0, was #8), (d. Mills Godwin 47-20, at #10 Hermitage, Friday, 7pm)

8) Douglas Freeman (2-0, was #12), (d. James River 37-9, at Mechanicsville, Friday, 7pm)

9) Matoaca (2-0, NEW), (d. Clover Hill 45-0, vs. Hanover, Friday, 7pm)

10) Hermitage (0-0, was #9), (vs. #7 Patrick Henry, Friday, 7pm)

11) Louisa (2-0, NEW), (game vs. Massaponax canceled, now vs. King George, Friday, 7:30pm)

12) St. Christopher's (1-0, NEW) (d. Flint Hill 55-0, at St. Stephen's & St. Agnes, Friday, 4pm)


Dropped Out: Life Christian (was #5), Trinity Episcopal (was #10), Monacan (was #11)

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