1. Oak Hill (25) — The Red Devils (1-0) started off the season with a lopsided win on the road at Elkins, proving they plan on behind a major force in the state's largest class this season.
2. Princeton (18) — After a disappointing 2012, the Tigers (1-0) sent a message Friday night that they don't plan on a repeat with a lopsided win over Shady Spring.
3. Woodrow Wilson (14) — The Flying Eagles (0-1) didn't start the season the way they wanted, falling on the road to Winfield. They'll have a chance to get back on track with Friday's home opener.
4. Greenbrier East (13) — The jury's still out on the Spartans (1-0). They cruised to a win in the opener against James Monroe, but the competition will be raised a notch when they're at Woodrow Friday.
5. Shady Spring (5) — Many thought 2013 would be a struggle for the Tigers (0-1) after losing some top talent. They did nothing to change that perceptions with Friday's loss to Princeton.
1. Bluefield (25) — The Beavers (1-0) are major players in Class AA nearly every year, and Friday's win over Graham (Va.) showed they plan on being in that position again.
2. Westside (15) — Larry Cook's debut as head coach went well as the Renegades (1-0) rolled over Liberty. They look to be pretty strong, even without Justin Cogar at quarterback.
3. Nicholas County (14) — The Grizzlies (0-1) suffered a disappointing loss in the opener to Greenbrier West. The same thing happened last year, though, and they ended up in the second round of the playoffs.
4. Wyoming East (13) — The Warriors (1-0) started the year with a big road win against Mingo Central. They can make a statement when they host Westside on Friday.
5. Summers County (7) — The Bobcats (1-0) scored in the final quarter to knock off PikeView in the coaching debut for Nate Tanner. They're looking to get back to the playoffs again.
Others receiving votes: Independence 1