Here are the rankings afte Week 2 presented by Golden Dome Abstract:

BIG SCHOOL

  1. Delaware Valley Warriors (0-0), Idle (Last week: 1)
    DV has won four straight District 2 titles and three straight Subregional Championships. They are the favorite to win Class 6A again
    Next up: vs LaSalle College HS (0-0) – October 2
  2. Williamsport Millionaires (2-0), defeated Wyoming Area 35-14 (Last week: 2)
    A big third quarter pushed the Millionaires past the defending state champions. Williamsport scored two defensive touchdowns to open the season 2-0 for the second straight season.
    Next up: vs Berwick (1-1) (Listen on NPF)
  3. Wilkes-Barre Wolfpack (2-0), defeated Hazleton Area 28-21 (Last week: 3)
    For the second straight week, the Pack won the football game in the last minute. Kam Taylor continues to impress both running the ball and throwing it. Huge test coming up this Friday.
    Next up: at Dallas (1-0) (Watch on NPF)
  4. Dallas Mountaineers (1-0), defeated Valley West 48-12 (Last week: 5)
    It was an auspicious debut for R.J. Wren at quarterback, throwing five touchdown passes. It appears the Mountaineers have re-loaded after losing 21 seniors. Remember, the current players got a lot of playing time last season.
    Next up: vs. Wilkes-Barre (2-0) (Watch on NPF)
  5. Valley View Cougars (0-0), Idle (Last week: 4)
    District 2 put Valley View on probation after they elected not to play their opener citing lack of practice and workout time. Seems pretty hypocritical considering the PIAA is supposed to be promoting saftey for the players and the Cougars reasoning was their player’s safety.
    Next up: vs Honesdale (0-0) October 9th (Watch on NPF)
  6. Crestwood Comets (2-0), defeated Tunkhannock 33-21 (Last week: 6)
    Ryan Petrosky accounted for four touchdowns and despite five turnovers, Crestwood got the road in. Won’t be able to get away with that against better competition.
    Next up: at Nanticoke (0-2)

SMALL SCHOOL

  1. Scranton Prep Cavaliers (0-0), Idle (Last week: 2)
    Scranton Prep moves into the No. 1 spot despite not playing a game yet in 2020. It’s going to be a wide-open race in Class 3A with four teams capable of winning the classification.
    Next up: at Honesdale (0-0) October 2nd
  2. Lake-Lehman Black Knights (2-0), defeated Nanticoke 35-3 (Last week: 3)
    The Black Knights had their starters out in the first half for the most part. Ryan Eiden has become a player to pick up in your high school fantasy league as he is getting it done in both in the running and passing game.
    Next up: at Hanover Area (0-1) (Listen on NPF)
  3. Wyoming Area Warriors (1-1), defeated Riverside 30-6 (Last week: 1)
    Wyoming Area lost for only the second time in the last two seasons and lost a regular season game for only the second time in the last three seasons. Don’t read in to it too much. The Warriors’ loss to Class 6A Williamsport and the No. 2 ranked Big School team isn’t a huge surprise.
    Next up: vs. Holy Redeemer (0-0) (Watch on NPF)
  4. Lakeland Chiefs (0-0), Idle (Last week: 3)
    At least the Chiefs are getting a good scouting report on Lake-Lehman and Wyoming Area, two contenders in Class 3A. Lakeland has a lot to prove in 2020.
    Next up: vs Mid Valley (0-0) October 2nd
  5. Old Forge Blue Devils (0-0), Idle (Last week: 5)
    Old Forge handled themselves okay playing Class 4A Honesdale. Mike Schuback’s crew has some things to clean up, but are ready to make a run towards the division and eventually states if that happen.
    Next up: vs Riverside (0-1) (Watch on NPF)
  6. Dunmore Bucks (0-0), Idle (Last week: 6)
    The Bucks also look good against Class 4A West Scranton in a scrimmage you can watch on NPF. Biggest task will be replacing all-division QB Steve Borgia.
    Next up: at Wallenpaupack (0-0) (Watch on NPF)