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Sunday, October 17, 2021


The Trojans are for real.

Midlothian's improbable comeback victory over previously second-ranked Manchester keeps them undefeated and gives them a meteoric rise in the latest RVA Sports Network Super 12 High School Football Poll presented by Luck Chevrolet in Ashland. While one team debuts after defeating a previously unbeaten team, a perennial poll member falls out.


1) Highland Springs (6-2, was #1, d. Henrico and Hanover, idle)
2) Varina (6-0, was #3, d. Atlee, vs. Henrico Thursday, 6:30pm)
3) Dinwiddie (5-0, was #4, d. Petersburg, vs. Prince George Friday, 7pm)
4) Matoaca (6-1, was #5, d. Prince George, at Colonial Heights Friday, 7pm)
5) Midlothian (6-0, was #9, d. #7 Manchester, vs. George Wythe Friday, 7pm)
6) Thomas Dale (5-1, was #6, d. Hopewell, at Petersburg Friday, 7pm)
7) Manchester (4-2, was #2, l. to #5 Midlothian, vs. Cosby Friday, 7pm)
8) St. Christopher's (7-0, d. Woodberry Forest, vs. Trinity Episcopal Saturday, 1pm)
9) Patrick Henry (5-2, was #8, d. Armstrong, vs. Hanover Friday, 7pm on Rejoice 101.3)
10) Louisa (7-1, NEW, d. Western Albemarle, idle)
11) Hermitage (4-2, was #11, d. #12 Douglas Freeman, vs. Mills Godwin Friday, 7pm)
12) Douglas Freeman (6-2, was #12, l. to #11 Hermitage, vs. J.R. Tucker Friday, 7pm)

DROPPED OUT: Hopewell (3-3, was #10)

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