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VHSL football power ratings

Senior Mason Gryniuk and the Woodgrove Wolverines lead the 4A West Region in the VHSL power ratings.—File Photo/Rick Wasser
The Woodgrove Wolverines sit atop the 4A West Region in the Virginia High School League football power ratings. Potomac Falls and Stone Bridge are second and third in the 5A North Region.

Overall, eight Loudoun teams would qualify for the postseason if the playoffs started this week.

The top 16 teams in the 5A North Region and top 12 teams in the 4A West Region based on power ratings advance to the postseason.

Joining Woodgrove, Potomac Falls and Stone Bridge on the right side of the playoff bubble are Broad Run, Dominion, Heritage, John Champe and Tuscarora.

Here is a look at the top 20 in each region.

5A North Region

Brooke Point (4-0) 30.0
Potomac Falls (5-0) 28.0
Stone Bridge (3-1) 27.5
Patrick Henry-Ashland (4-0) 26.5
Massaponax (3-1) 26.25
North Stafford (3-1) 26.0
Stafford (3-1) 25.5
Patrick Henry-Roanoke (4-1) 23.2
Broad Run (3-2) 22.4
Potomac (2-2) 22.25
Albemarle (2-2) 22.0
George Marshall (2-2) 21.75
Orange (2-2) 21.25
Atlee (2-2) 21.0
Tuscarora (2-3) 20.8
Halifax County (2-3) 19.6
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Briar Woods (1-4) 19.0
Mountain View (1-4) 18.8
Robert E. Lee (1-3) 18.75
J.E.B. Stuart (1-3) 18.5

4A West Region

Woodgrove (5-0) 26.8
Amherst County (4-0) 26.0
Pulaski County (4-0) 25.0
John Champe (3-1) 23.75
E.C. Glass (4-1) 23.2
Millbrook (4-1) 23.0
Heritage (4-1) 23.0
Salem (3-1) 22.5
Dominion (3-2) 22.4
George Washington (2-2) 21.75
William Byrd (3-1) 21.75
Charlottesville (3-1) 21.75
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Loudoun Valley (3-2) 20.4
Fauquier (3-2) 19.8
Freedom (2-2) 18.75
Sherando (2-3) 18.0
William Fleming (1-4) 17.2
Loudoun County (1-3) 17.0
Park View (2-3) 16.8
Jefferson Forest (1-3) 16.75
Liberty Christian Academy (1-3) 16.5
Harrisonburg (1-3) 16.25
Liberty (1-3) 16.0


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