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New Top 9, Same Number 1 Team Heading to Week 9

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Unbeaten Havelock continues as the number one team in the WNCT-TV Touchdown Friday Top 9 rankings of the best high school football teams in Eastern North Carolina.

Plymouth and James Kenan also continue in the top three of the rankings with undefeated records to date.

Here is the latest poll as we head to the ninth week of the high school football season.

Touchdown Friday Top 9

1. Havelock  (8-0)

2. Plymouth  (6-0)

3. James Kenan  (7-0)

4. New Bern  (6-2)

5. DH Conley  (6-1)

6. JH Rose  (7-1)

7. Lejeune  (6-1)

8. Washington  (5-2)

9. Jacksonville  (6-2)

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