Local scores ranked in state standings
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 1:00 AM
All four area high schools finished in the top 20 of their respective classifications in The Clarion-Ledger's All Sports Ratings that was released Sunday.
Points are given for how each sport finishes in its district and in the state playoffs. Those points are total up for the final score.
Philadelphia High School was ranked 17th with 105.0 points. St. Andrews finished atop the Class 3A rankings with 290.5 points while St. Patrick came in second 259.5 points.
Neshoba Central finished 20th among Class 5A schools with 126.5 points. Oxford finished first in the division with 376.5 points, followed by Starkville with 351 points.
Union came in 12th in the Class 2A school division with 113 points. Madison St. Joseph placed first with 258 points while East Union came in second with 213.5 points.
Nanih Waiya finished fifth among Class 1A schools. Tupelo Christian School led with 190.5, followed by St. Aloysius with 189.5
Madison Central led the way overall with 435 while Clinton High School came in second with 399 points. Tupelo came in third with 391.5 points while Oxford and Starkville rounded out the top five.