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| Sunday, October 21, 2012 12:32 a.m

Tribune-Review rankings

Class AAAA

1. North Allegheny8-01

2. Gateway7-12

3. Mt. Lebanon7-13

4. Upper St. Clair7-14

5. Seneca Valley7-15

6. Woodland Hills6-26

7. Central Catholic6-28

8. North Hills6-29

9. Bethel Park5-37

10. Penn-Trafford6-210

Out: none

Class AAA

1. Central Valley7-12

2. Thomas Jefferson8-03

3. West Mifflin8-04

4. West Allegheny7-16

5. Montour7-11

6. Mars7-17

7. Hampton7-18

8. Franklin Regional6-25

9. Knoch6-29

10. Elizabeth Forward5-310

Out: none

Class AA

1. Aliquippa8-01

2. South Fayette8-02

3. Washington8-03

4. Jeannette7-14

5. Beaver8-05

6. Seton-La Salle7-16

7. Mt. Pleasant6-28

8. Beaver Falls6-27

9. South Allegheny7-1—

10. Burrell7-110

Out: Freeport, 6-2, 9.

Class A

1. Clairton8-01

2. Rochester8-02

3. Monessen7-13

4. Neshannock7-15

5. Sto-Rox7-16

6. Beth-Center7-17

7. Imani Christian6-28

8. Brentwood5-310

9. Bishop Canevin5-34

10. North Catholic6-29

Out: none

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