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Joe Pinkos Power Rating - Week 12

Florida High School Football

2011 REGULAR SEASON FINAL RANKINGS

Rankings, based on Joe Pinkos’ Power Ratings, of Florida’s top high school football teams overall and by classification.

FLORIDA’S POWER 25 listings show rank, team, record and classification in parentheses, and power rating. Rankings for each classification show rank, team, record in parentheses, and power rating.

Joe Pinkos’ Power Ratings are calculated by a formula based on strength of opposition and margin of victory with greater weight given to recent games. To determine the forecasted margin of victory between any two teams, simply figure the difference in the respective power ratings.

FLORIDA’S POWER 25
1. Armwood (10-0, 6A) 210.3
2. Manatee (8-2, 7A) 204.4
3. University School (10-0, 3A) 202.4
4. Plant (9-1, 8A) 197.3
5. Norland (9-0, 5A) 195.7
6. Palmetto (9-1, 5A) 195.4
7. Glades Central (10-0, 5A) 194.7
8. Madison County (9-1, 3A) 194.3
9. William T. Dwyer (9-1, 7A) 194.1
10. Miami Central (9-0, 6A) 194.0
11. Booker T. Washington (9-1, 4A) 193.4
12. Seminole Ridge (8-2, 8A) 193.3
13. Miramar (9-0, 8A) 192.8
14. Fort Pierce Central (7-1, 7A) 192.2
15. Mainland (9-1, 6A) 191.6
16. Cocoa (6-4, 4A) 191.5
17. Columbus (7-2, 8A) 191.3
18. Lake Brantley (10-0, 8A) 190.1
19. St. Thomas Aquinas (8-2, 7A) 190.0
20. Winter Haven (10-0, 6A) 189.7
21. Lincoln (9-1, 7A) 189.6
22. First Coast (9-0, 7A) 188.9
23. Berkeley Prep (10-0, 3A) 188.8
24. Cypress Bay (7-3, 8A) 188.4
25. Fleming Island (8-2, 7A) 188.3

Our power rankings are going on hiatus for the duration of the playoffs. Check back on Sunday, December 18 for our 2011 season final FLORIDA’S POWER 25. In the meantime, please continue to follow our game forecasts each week throughout the playoffs.

CLASS 8A POWER 10
1. Plant (9-1) 197.3
2. Seminole Ridge (8-2) 193.3
3. Miramar (9-0) 192.8
4. Columbus (7-2) 191.3
5. Lake Brantley (10-0) 190.1
6. Cypress Bay (7-3) 188.4
7. DeLand (8-1) 186.3
8. Dr. Phillips (9-1) 182.5
9. Palm Beach Gardens (8-2) 182.4
10. Apopka (6-4) 181.8

CLASS 7A POWER 10
1. Manatee (8-2) 204.4
2. William T. Dwyer (9-1) 194.1
3. Fort Pierce Central (7-1) 192.2
4. St. Thomas Aquinas (8-2) 190.0
5. Lincoln (9-1) 189.6
6. First Coast (9-0) 188.9
7. Fleming Island (8-2) 188.3
8. Venice (8-1) 188.2
9. Cooper City (9-1) 187.3
10. Charlotte (9-1) 184.6

CLASS 6A POWER 10
1. Armwood (10-0) 210.3
2. Miami Central (9-0) 194.0
3. Mainland (9-1) 191.6
4. Winter Haven (10-0) 189.7
5. St. Augustine (9-1) 187.2
6. Choctawhatchee (8-2) 186.6
7. Bartram Trail (9-1) 184.3
8. Pensacola (8-2) 184.1
9. Gainesville (8-2) 183.5
10. Palm Bay (7-3) 183.4

CLASS 5A POWER 10
1. Norland (9-0) 195.7
2. Palmetto (9-1) 195.4
3. Glades Central (10-0) 194.7
4. Jesuit (9-1) 185.9
5. Hardee (8-2) 185.6
6. Lake Wales (9-1) 185.1
7. Immokalee (9-1) 184.5
8. Pasco (10-0) 183.2
9. Bishop Kenny (10-0) 182.8
10. American Heritage-Plantation (9-1) 182.2

CLASS 4A POWER 5
1. Booker T. Washington (9-1) 193.4
2. Cocoa (6-4) 191.5
3. Bolles (9-1) 183.3
4. East Gadsden (8-2) 177.9
5. Yulee (7-3) 175.8

CLASS 3A POWER 5
1. University School (10-0) 202.4
2. Madison County (9-1) 194.3
3. Berkeley Prep (10-0) 188.8
4. American Heritage-Delray (8-1) 187.4
5. Trinity Catholic (5-4) 180.3

CLASS 2A POWER 5
1. North Florida Christian (9-0) 186.4
2. Warner Christian (7-3) 165.8
3. Jupiter Christian (8-2) 156.1
4. Admiral Farragut (9-1) 155.4
5. Dade Christian (8-1) 155.0

CLASS 1A POWER 5
1. Union County (9-0) 167.1
2. Trenton (10-0) 161.7
3. Northview (6-3) 161.2
4. Jefferson County (5-5) 158.4
5. Holmes County (9-1) 152.7


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FPC Fan

There you go... Now I see you have corrected the win/loss record for Ft Pierce Central. They indeed are 7-1. They are a very ggod team. Next year they will be loaded with every single player coming back except the QB. But they have 2-backup QB's that are going to be special standing at 6'2 and 6'3 (Junior/Sophomore)I'm telling you now, these two guys can flat out throw the football. Go FPC Central..!

Kool Aid

I guess an honest critique of the University Football program is taboo to the Herald moderators. This time I'll keep it simple so I don't get censored. University School is overated, would get beat by at least 10 South Florida teams, and they will not win the State Chamionship. I hope this comment is sufficiently tame to make the cut!

chuck smith

It's apparent lakeland's program is not good enought to make this ranking, after all their only 10-0 this season,with only 3 losses the last three years,as far as playing a so call weak schedule, you're fooling yourself if you think these top 25 teams are not playing some weak programs,none of these program can boast about winning 6 state titles,along with winning 2 national titles,somewhere, tradition should stand out.

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