RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The Associated Press state high school football poll for the week of September 11, first-place votes in parentheses, records and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers:

Class 4-A
1. Wake Forest (6) (4-0) 86 1
2. Charlotte Mallard Creek (1) (2-0) 81 2
3. Cornelius Hough (2) (3-0) 74 3
4. Richmond County (3-1) 49 8
5. Greensboro Page (4-0) 48 5
6. Charlotte Myers Park (4-0) 45 6
7. Charlotte Vance (3-0) 37 7
8. East Forsyth (4-0) 32 9
9. Matthews Butler (1-2) 11 4
10. Hope Mills South View (4-0) 8 NR

Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

Class 3-A
1. Havelock (9) (4-0) 90 1
2. Charlotte Catholic (3-1) 67 2
3. Jacksonville (3-0) 65 3
4. Monroe Sun Valley (3-0) 53 T5
5. Shelby Crest (3-0) 50 T5
6. Weddington (3-0) 46 4
7. Kings Mountain (3-0) 35 8
8. Southern Nash (4-0) 25 7
9. Greensboro Dudley (3-1) 18 10
10. Charlotte Christian (3-0) 9 NR

Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

Class 2-A
1. Lenoir Hibriten (8) (4-0) 89 1
2. Reidsville (1) (4-0) 78 3
3. Elizabeth City Northeastern (3-0) 75 2
4. East Duplin (3-1) 55 7
5. North Davidson (2-1) 41 5
6. South Granville (4-0) 27 9
(tie) Southwest Onslow (2-2) 27 4
8. Hendersonville (4-0) 20 10
(tie) Belmont South Point (2-2) 20 6
10. Wallace-Rose Hill (2-2) 15 8

Others receiving 10 or more points: Randleman (4-0) 10.

Class 1-A
1. Tarboro (9) (4-0) 90 1
2. Edenton Holmes (4-0) 76 2
3. Mt. Airy (4-0) 72 3
4. East Surry (4-0) 66 4
5. Murphy (3-1) 52 5
6. Mitchell County (3-1) 36 6
7. Pamlico County (3-0) 22 NR
(tie) North Stanly (2-1) 22 10
9. Mountain Island Charter (3-1) 21 8
10. North Rowan (3-1) 8 NR

Others receiving 10 or more points: None.

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All Associated Press members in North Carolina are eligible to participate in the high school Football poll. Those who voted for this week's poll are: The Times-News, Burlington; The Charlotte Observer, Charlotte; The Daily Advance, Elizabeth City; The Daily News, Jacksonville; The News Herald, Morganton; The Salisbury Post, Salisbury; The Wilson Times, Wilson; Winston-Salem Journal, Winston-Salem; The Star- News, Wilmington.