By Jerry Del Priore
After eight weeks of exciting PSAL Football City Conference action, the South Shore Vikings remain atop the division with a perfect 8-0 mark, as one game remains on the regular season schedule.
Moreover, there was a power points shift, with the previously fourth place squad moving up a notch, while the third ranked team slides down a spot.
Here are the rankings.
South Shore Vikings
Continuing its undefeated run this season, South Shore trashed Brooklyn Tech, 33-0, Sunday at Boys & Girls High School Field.
The Vikings sit in first place with 1471 Power Points.
In addition to beating the Engineers, South Shore has wins over Boys & Girls, Fort Hamilton, Erasmus Hall, New Utrecht, Tottenville, Curtis and Flushing so far this year.
Next Game: Friday versus host Lincoln at 7:00 p.m.
The Dutchmen annihilated Canarsie, 39-0, at home Sunday afternoon.
With the win, Erasmus Hall holds the second spot with 1384 Power Points. The 7-1 Dutchmen, whose only defeat came at the Hands’ of the Vikings, picked up victories versus Curtis, New Dorp, JFK, Midwood, Fort Hamilton, Lincoln.
Next Game: Saturday at 7 p.m. at Tottenville, with heavy postseason positioning at stake.
The Hornets move up to the third position with a big 46-8 victory over host JFK last Sunday.
Midwood now sports a 7-1 record and 1223 points.
With the rout over JFK, the Hornets have also beaten Flushing, Curtis, New Dorp, Clinton, Lincoln and Fort Hamilton.
Next Game: Midwood travels to Boys & Girls for a noon tilt.
The Pirates are in fourth place with 1211 power points. 7-1 Tottenville made Port Richmond walk the plank Sunday with a 30-16 win, and also holds victories over Lincoln, Boys & Girls, Flushing, Susan Wagner, New Dorp and Curtis.
Next Game: The Pirates play host to E-Hall Saturday at 7:00 p.m.
The Lions secured the fifth spot and 981 power points with a 42-26 win over Boys & Girls last week at Christopher Columbus High School Field.
In addition to defeating Boys & Girls, the Lions have triumphed over the Utes, Campus Magnet, Canarsie, Clinton and Port Richmond, with their only loss coming at the hands of Bronx rival, Truman, 14-8.
Next game: Saturday at 7:00 p.m. against host JFK.