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SIX PAC: Mercury Area Football Power Rankings

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Weekly Power Rankings

1. Perkiomen Valley (5-0)

Perkiomen Valley's David Williams breaks through the line during the first half. The Vikings almost let a 28-point lead vanish in the late stages. (Sam Stewart - Digital First Media)

Perkiomen Valley’s David Williams breaks through the line during the first half. The Vikings almost let a 28-point lead vanish in the late stages. (Sam Stewart – Digital First Media)

Sean Owens will be leaned on heavily with Justin Jaworski out. The senior receiver hauled in four passes for 75 yards and three touchdowns last week.

2. Spring-Ford (4-1)

Spring-Ford's Stone Scarcelle celebrates after scoring a touchdown in the first half. (Sam Stewart - Digital First Media)

Spring-Ford’s Stone Scarcelle celebrates after scoring a touchdown in the first half. (Sam Stewart – Digital First Media)

Hard to consider Spring-Ford “No. 2.” They should be 1-B. Rams are legit and their defense continues to shine.

3. Pottsgrove (3-2)

West Catholic's Calil Wortham rushed for 122 yards on 17 carries in the Burrs' victory over Pottsgrove. Pottsgrove looked out of sorts in the team's loss, which also saw West Catholic finish with 22 penalties. (Sam Stewart - Digital First Media)

West Catholic’s Calil Wortham rushed for 122 yards on 17 carries in the Burrs’ victory over Pottsgrove. Pottsgrove looked out of sorts in the team’s loss, which also saw West Catholic finish with 22 penalties. (Sam Stewart – Digital First Media)

Falcons look poised to run the Frontier Division after 35-0 win over Upper Merion. Running back Rahsul Faison finished with 100 yards rushing and now sits No.2 in the PAC rushing yards.

4. Upper Perkiomen (2-3)

Upper Perkiomen's Austin Tutolo drags a Phoenixville defender with him en route to a first down. (Sam Stewart - Digital First Media)

Upper Perkiomen’s Austin Tutolo drags a Phoenixville defender with him en route to a first down. (Sam Stewart – Digital First Media)

Indians stronger than 2-3 record indicates. Defense is suspect, allowing 178 points (worst in the Frontier) but offense leads Frontier Division with 166 points. Telling week for Upper Perk with trip to Upper Merion in Week 6.

5. Phoenixville (2-3)

Phoenixville's Matt Garcia breaks through the Upper Perkiomen secondary en route to a 64-yard touchdown run during the first quarter. (Sam Stewart - Digital First Media)

Phoenixville’s Matt Garcia breaks through the Upper Perkiomen secondary en route to a 64-yard touchdown run during the first quarter. (Sam Stewart – Digital First Media)

Phantoms nearly came back in Week 5 loss to Upper Perk. Matt Garcia is a dominant back with Nasir Green emerging as a playmaker.

6. Pope John Paul II (2-3)

Pope John Paul II's Matt DeLaurentis scrambles for a first down during the Golden Panthers' 20-6 victory over Pottstown. (Sam Stewart - Digital First Media)

Pope John Paul II’s Matt DeLaurentis scrambles for a first down during the Golden Panthers’ 20-6 victory over Pottstown. (Sam Stewart – Digital First Media)

How far will the ride go for PJP? Week 6’s contest against Phoenixville will determine if Golden Panthers’ recent success is just a flash in the pan.

Next in line: Boyertown.

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