Here are the rankings afte Week 1 presented by Gaughan Auto Store:

BIG SCHOOL

  1. Williamsport Millionaires (1-0), defeated Crestwood 33-13(Last week: 1)
    Millionaires kick off the season with a win over a ranked team. The offense was as good as advertised with a 100-yard rusher, 100-yard receivers and 200 yards passer.
    Next up: At Altoona (1-0) – Friday
  2. Delaware Valley Warriors (0-1), lost to Gateway 26-10 (Last week: 2)
    The Warriors got down early and couldn’t climb out of the hole against the No. 3 ranked Class 5A team in the state. The schedule is tough to start the season with three quality opponents so the young players on the roster will have to grow up fast.
    Next up: at Valley View (1-0) (Watch on NPF)
  3. Valley View Cougars (1-0), defeated Dallas 34-14 (Last week: 4)
    The Cougars lived up to their state ranking with an impressive win over a quality Dallas opponent. They ran for 335 yards and never punted in the game. It will be a big test this week as they have not beaten DV since 2011.
    Next up: vs Delaware Valley (0-1) (Watch on NPF)
  4. Crestwood Comets (0-1), lost to Williamsport 33-13 (Last week: 3)
    Crestwood jumped out to a 7-0 lead, but couldn’t keep up with the Williamsport offense. They won’t see a more dynamic offense this season so at least it is out of the way.
    Next up: vs Berwick (0-1) (Listen on NPF)
  5. Wallenpaupack Buckhorns (1-0), defeated Honesdale 41-6 (Last week: 5)
    The Buckhorns pounded the football as expected, but the play of new quarterback Mabret Levant and the offensive line has to give the coaching staff plenty of optimism that the question marks at the beginning of the season might be answered.
    Next up: vs. West Scranton (0-1)
  6. Wyoming Valley West (1-0), defeated West Scranton 50-6 (Last week: NR)
    The Spartans were impressive in all three phases of the game and Isaiah Cobb showed why there were high expectations for him in 2021. Valley West got a special teams touchdown and the first team defense didn’t allow West to score.
    Next up: vs. Dallas (0-1) (Listen on NPF)







SMALL SCHOOL

  1. Scranton Prep Cavaliers (1-0), defeated Nanticoke 49-9 (Last week: 1)
    The Cavs dominated the line of scrimmage and London Montgomery did what he does – scores touchdowns (four to be exact). Prep scored all 49 points in the first half.
    Next up: vs Scranton (0-1) at Dunmore HS
  2. Wyoming Area Warriors (1-0), defeated Hazleton Area 35-7 (Last week: 2)
    Wyoming Area flexed their muscles, especially up front, as they went in and defeated a Class 6A school and was impressive in doing it. First team defense didn’t give up a point while the offense kept it simple and spread the ball around.
    Next up: at Wilkes-Barre (1-0) Saturday at Spartan Stadium (WVW)
  3. Western Wayne Wildcats (1-0), defeated Dunmore 20-2 (Last week: 3)
    It was an impressive win for the Wildcats in the opener as their defense was dominant. However, the win was costly as they lost their starting running back Caden Brungard on the first series of the game. Good news is Luke Janiszewski was there to back him up and rushed for 174 yards.
    Next up: vs. North Pocono (1-0)
  4. Old Forge Blue Devils (1-0), defeated Mid Valley 40-29 Idle (Last week: 4)
    The Blue Devils have been waiting to get back on the field after losing in on an untimed down last season on the state playoffs. And they ended up having huge challenge from Mid Valley. Old Forge prevailed, but the defense gave up 29 points which was unexpected. Now, they will play the thorn in their side in Week 2. They haven’t beaten Dunmore since 2013.
    Next up: vs Dunmore (0-1) (Watch on NPF)
  5. Lakeland Chiefs (1-0), defeated Lake-Lehman 41-12  (Last week: 5)
    Lakeland had to wait an extra day as the game scheduled for Friday was postponed because of lightning storms. It didn’t faze the Chiefs at all. They were dominant and Dominico Spataro was the star with four touchdown passes. It could be a sign that the Lakeland offense will take to the air more this season.
    Next up: at Lackawanna Trail (1-0) (Watch on NPF)
  6. Lackawanna Trail Lions (1-0), Idle (Last week: NR)
    The Dunmore loss allows Lackawanna Trail to jump in the rankings for the first time this season. The Lions had a business-like performance scoring all 28 points in the first half and then playing backups the entire second half. Will be a big test in the home opener on Friday.
    Next up: vs. Lakeland (1-0)