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Somerville players celebrate their 2017 Central Jersey Group 3 championship - the school's first since 1994 - at midfield at Rutgers' High Point Solutions Stadium.

After Piscataway lost to New Brunswick last week, Somerville jumped to the No. 1 spot in the WCTC Central Jersey High School Football Top 10.

The NJSIAA’s Strength Index formula agrees.

Below are all WCTC-area teams ranked by Strength Index numbers, followed by their rank in the WCTC Top 10, where applicable.

1 Somerville 90.08 1
2 Piscataway 81.28 5
3 North Brunswick 80.30 7
4 Ridge 79.53 6
5 Woodbridge 76.39 2
6 Hillsborough 73.81 8
7 South Brunswick 73.49 10 (tie)
8 St. Joseph-Metuchen 72.15 3
9 Sayreville 70.94
10 Bernards 70.55
11 Bridgewater-Raritan 68.10
12 Montgomery 67.70
13 New Brunswick 67.38 4
14 Middlesex 66.49 9
15 Colonia 65.17
16 Old Bridge 63.54
17 Watchung Hills 62.84 10 (tie)
18 Edison 62.40
19 Bound Brook 56.88
20 Franklin 55.44
21 South Plainfield 51.44
22 Perth Amboy 50.78
23 North Plainfield 50.47
24 South River 49.83
25 Immaculata 48.65
26 JFK 48.53
27 East Brunswick 47.68
28 Monroe 45.29
29 Carteret 44.05
30 Dunellen 41.79
31 Spotswood 37.71
32 St. Thomas Aquinas 37.33
33 JP Stevens 35.08
34 Pingry 34.99
35 Metuchen 33.51
36 Manville 25.13
37 Highland Park 10.70