2019 Super Six – Week 10

Here are the rankings after Week 10:

BIG SCHOOL

  1. Dallas Mountaineers (10-0), defeated Lake-Lehman 45-6 (Last Week: 1)
    The Mounts retain the Old Shoe for the sixth straight season and now begin their postseason run towards a district championship and possibly more. They are the favorite in Class 4A. Dallas did not play Abington Heights in 2019.
    Next up: vs Abington Heights (3-7)
  2. Delaware Valley Warriors (9-1) defeated Scranton 33-0 (Last Week: 2)
    The Warriors posted their fourth straight shutout and now will get rematches in the District 2 Class 6A Subregional. Up first is Williamsport who DV beat 53-0 as part of this scoreless streak. The Warriors are a heavy favorite to win the district again.
    Next up:  vs Williamsport (3-7)
  3. Valley View Cougars (9-1), defeated North Pocono 32-7 (Last Week: 3)
    Cougars continue their roll with 22 straight wins against LFC teams. Valley View is unlikely to see an LFC team in the playoffs again and will have to beat both Berwick and Dallas to win a third straight district title. The Cougars did not play Pittston in 2019 but did beat them in the 2017 regular season 58-20.
    Next up: vs Pittston Area (4-6)
  4. Berwick Bulldogs (8-2) defeated Wilkes-Barre 55-22 (Last Week: 4)
    The Dawgs have lost only 5 games in the past two seasons and they have been against Dallas and Valley View. Berwick should get a chance to avenge those losses one more time and if they do, it would mean winning a district championship. The Bulldogs will face Tunkhannock in the first round. The teams did not play in 2019.
    Next up: vs Tunkhannock (5-5)
  5. Crestwood Comets (6-4) defeated Hazleton Area 28-14 (Last Week: NR)
    The Comets earned a home playoff game and are guaranteed a winning season in 2019. They will now try to get back to the district semfinals for the first time since 2014. Crestwood did not play North Pocono in the regular season.
    Next up: vs North Pocono (5-5)
  6. Wilkes-Barre Wolfpack (6-4) lost to Berwick 55-22 (Last Week: 5)
    It was definitely a successful season for Wilkes-Barre who will have a chance to play for a district title if they can sneak by Scranton again. The Wolfpack won the first meeting back in Week 2 38-27
    Next up: vs Scranton (6-4)

SMALL SCHOOL

  1. Wyoming Area Warriors (9-1), defeated Pittston Area 45-0 (Last Week: 1)
    It wasn’t much of game in West Pittston last week and now the Warriors get a week off to ready for the winner of the Lake-Lehman and Lakeland. Wyoming Area beat the Black Knights 35-30 earlier this season and did not play against Lakeland in 2019. However, they did lost to the Chiefs in the district semifinals last season 21-14.
    Next up: Bye Week
  2. Scranton Prep Cavaliers (8-2), defeated Western Wayne 21-10 (Last Week: 2)
    After a blowout losses to Wyoming Area and Valley View, the Cavaliers are on a roll winning 6 straight and will have a bye and await the winner of the Western Wayne-Hanover Area. It looks like a couple rematches could be on the horizon for Prep if things work out as they try to make it five straight district titles.
    Next up: Bye Week
  3. Western Wayne Wildcats (8-2), lost to Scranton Prep 21-10 (Last Week: 3)
    It was a letdown for the ‘Cats who had a chance for a 2 seed in Class 3A, but will have to settle for a home playoff game and maybe a chance for some revenge against Scranton Prep. Western Wayne defeated Hanover Area 48-0 in September this season.
    Next up: vs Hanover Area (3-7)
  4. Lake-Lehman Black Knights (7-3), lost to Dallas 45-6 (Last Week: 4)
    Lehman will have to shake-off a tough loss last week to get ready for Lakeland. A win this Friday, the Black Knights can get another shot at Wyoming Area who they led in the regular season before the Warriors rallied in the fourth quarter. Lake-Lehman didn’t play Lakeland this season.
    Next up: vs Lakeland (5-5)
  5. Old Forge Blue Devils (8-1), defeated Montrose 57-0 (Last Week: 5)
    The Blue Devils will play for a district title and it will be Trail again. However, the Blue Devils will play the 2019 title game at home in the Devils Den. It’s a chance to avenge last year’s title loss and head on the road to Hershey. Old Forge beat Lackakwanna Trail in the regular season 26-7
    Next up: vs Lackawanna Trail (6-4)
  6. Dunmore Bucks (6-4), defeated Lakeland 28-15 (Last Week: 6)
    The Bucks will defend their district title and it will all be at home as they secured the No. 1 seed. They will open with Susquehanna who they defeated on the road 38-7. Dunmore has won five straight district titles and are favored to win Class 2A
    Next up: vs Susquehanna (3-6)