York, S.C., got one of the biggest regular-season wins in school history Friday, convincingly beating S.C. power and rival Rock Hill South Pointe 48-7. That helped York jump three spots in the Observer’s Sweet 16 poll.
York now is No. 7. South Pointe fell from fourth to 10th.
Also climbing this week is unbeaten Concord, which moved from No. 6 to No. 4.
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Butler escaped a challenge at Greensboro Page last week and remains No. 1 in the poll, just ahead of rivals Mallard Creek and Independence.
|1. Butler (4A)||3-0||48||1|
|2. Mallard Creek (4A)||2-1||44||2|
|3. Independence (4A)||3-0||43||3|
|4. Concord (3A)||2-0||37||6|
|5. Charlotte Christian (IND)||1-1||36||T4|
|6. Charlotte Catholic (4A)||3-0||35||7|
|7. York, S.C. (4A)||3-0||29||10|
|8. Mooresville (4A)||3-0||25||8|
|9. Hough (4A)||2-1||24||9|
|10. Rock Hill South Pointe (4A)||2-1||18||T4|
|11. Providence (4A)||2-1||17||11|
|12. Monroe (2A)||3-0||13||13|
|T13. Rock Hill Northwestern (4A)||1-2||10||12|
|T13. Statesville (3A)||2-0||10||14|
|15. East Lincoln (2A)||3-0||6||T15|
|16. Vance (4A)||2-1||5||T15|
Dropped Out: None. Also Receiving Votes: Weddington (3A, 3-0); Rocky River (4A, 1-2); Davidson Day (IND, 3-0); Lincolnton (2A, 2-1)