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    With Trinity’s victory over St. X on Friday, the Shamrocks secured their spot at number one in the state of Kentucky according to MaxPreps, a service of CBS Sports.

    St. X is still holding strong at the number six position though, remaining the number two ranked high school football team in Louisville. However, how do the rest of the Derby City’s schools fare as we reach nearly the half way point in the season? Well, here’s how teams are currently looking, ranked first locally as well as state wide:

    1- Trinity – State: 1
    2- St.  Xavier- State: 6
    3- Central- State: 13
    4- Butler- State: 15
    5- Eastern- State: 18
    6- Male- State: 19
    7- Pleasure Ridge Park- State: 22
    8- South Oldham- State: 36
    9- Ballard- State: 37
    10- Shelby County- State: 44
    11- Collins- State: 45
    12- North Oldham- State: 53
    13- Manual- State: 65
    14- Western- State: 81
    15- DeSales- State: 84
    16- Bullitt Central- State: 89
    17- Jeffersontown- State: 90
    18- Christian Academy of Louisville- State: 96
    19- North Bullitt- State: 97
    20- Oldham County- State: 99
    21- Doss- State: 111
    22- Seneca- State: 119
    23- Henry County- State: 124
    24- Fern Creek- State: 145
    25- Kentucky Country Day- State: 150
    26- Fairdale- State: 160
    27- Valley- State: 164
    28- Moore- State: 166
    29- Iroquois- State: 168
    30- Southern- State: 174
    31- Holy Cross- State: 183
    32- Waggener- State: 194
    33- Atherton- State: 206
    34- Shawnee- State: 211
    35- Trimble County- State: 219

    And, there you have it where Louisville’s as well as outlying counties’ team are ranked currently. Of course, these rankings could change drastically as the season progresses.

    I certainly would never forget my Hoosier brethren though, and here’s how southern Indiana’s schools stack up when it comes to football.

    1- Jeffersonville- State: 67
    2- New Albany- State: 98
    3- Seymour- State: 205
    4- Floyd Central- State: 208
    5- Clarksville- State: 209

    So, consider this F.Y.I. about current standings in area high school football.

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    Recently, I completed a Masters degree in Education and have been writing for for over a year now, prior to that I published a humor book for young adults titled Wearing Socks with Sandals, a book about getting through high school, college, and all of the requisite problems that present themselves during that time. Currently, I spend much of my time in classroom settings as well as writing in various areas. Of course, I’m a big sports fan and love music and film, and love finding new stuff around Louisville.

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