OTS Sports Network HSFB Poll Week 1

Posted August 26, 2013 4:03 pm | Filed under High School Football, South Carolina's Top Ten, Sports
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This season, the OTS Sports Network’s panel of experts will select the top ten teams each week of the high school football season. This poll will be the true top ten teams in the state of South Carolina, in the experts opinion, as we will not split teams up by classification.

At the conclusion of the season a Tops in the State plaque will be presented to the school that ends the season ranked #1.

The OTS Sports Network is selected by the following people: Hall of Fame coach Jimmy Wallace (40 years of coaching high school football), 2012 OTS Sportscaster Wall of Fame inductee Scott Wells (21 years of covering high school football in S.C.), 2013 OTS Sportscasters Wall of Fame inductee Gene Knight (31 years of covering high school football in S.C.), Four-time S.C. Sportscaster of the Year Chris Miller (17 years of covering high school football in S.C.), Frank “Moe” Bell (13 years of covering high school football in S.C.), Robert “The Earl of” Carter (16 years of covering high school football in S.C.), 2010 OTS Sportscasters Wall of Fame and Four-time South Carolina Sportscaster of the Year Steven Stone (nine years of covering high school football in S.C.), Greg Brannon (eight years of covering high school football in SC), Kevin Robbins (seven years of covering high school football in S.C.), Brown Simpson (seven years of covering high school football in S.C., Chuck Roberts (20 years of covering high school football in S.C.) and Dr. Joseph Ellis (six years of covering high school football in S.C.).

Week 1 Poll
1st (tie) Byrnes (4)
1st (tie) Northwestern (4)
3rd Goose Creek
4th Greenwood
5th South Pointe
6th Dutch Fork
7th Hartsville
8th Dorman
9th Bluffton
10th Stratford

Others receiving votes: Dillon, Daniel, Gaffney, Union County, North Augusta, Summerville, Wando, Bishop England, York, Abbeville, Johnsonville

Methodology: A first place vote is worth ten points, 2nd is worth nine, and so on down to #10 being worth one point. In the event of a tie for first place, the nod goes to the team with the most first place votes. First place votes are noted in parentheses.

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