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Grand Meadow drops in prep football rankings following 1st loss in 52 games

Grand Meadow drops in prep football rankings following 1st loss in 52 games Photo: MGN Online.

September 13, 2017 04:16 PM

Minneapolis (AP) - The Associated Press state high school football polls for the week of September 13, first-place votes in parentheses, record and total points as voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers:

Class 6A

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School Total Points Prv

1. Eden Prairie (7) (2-0) 70 1

2. Maple Grove (2-0) 59 5

3. Champlin Park (2-0) 49 7

4. Edina (2-0) 45 6

5. Minnetonka (2-0) 42 T8

6. St. Michael-Albertville (2-0) 35 NR

7. Lakeville North (1-1) 30 2

8. Centennial (2-0) 26 NR

9. Totino-Grace (1-1) 13 T3

10. Roseville (2-0) 7 NR

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Others receiving votes: Blaine 3, Prior Lake 2, Rosemount 2, Wayzata 2.

Class 5A

School Total Points Prv

1. Elk River (5) (2-0) 76 1

2. Owatonna (2) (2-0) 71 2

3. Mankato West (2-0) 61 3

4. Apple Valley (2-0) 51 4

5. Alexandria (2-0) 40 5

6. Mahtomedi (2-0) 32 6

7. Irondale (2-0) 31 T7

8. Robbinsdale Cooper (2-0) 29 10

9. St. Cloud Tech (1) (2-0) 27 9

10. Chanhassen (2-0) 17 T7

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Others receiving votes: Chaska 3, Moorhead 1, Northfield 1.

Class 4A

School Total Points Prv

1. Winona (4) (2-0) 82 1

2. Marshall (3) (2-0) 75 2

3. Benilde-St. Margaret's (2) (2-0) 73 4

4. Hutchinson (2-0) 58 5

5. Holy Angels (2-0) 54 8

6. Rocori (2-0) 50 6

7. Becker (2-0) 48 7

8. DeLaSalle (2-0) 17 NR

9. Waseca (2-0) 11 NR

10. South St. Paul (1-1) 8 3

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Others receiving votes: Cloquet 7, Zimmerman 3, Big Lake 3, Hermantown 2, Kasson-Mantorville 2, Orono 2.

Class 3A

School Total Points Prv

1. St. Croix Lutheran (4) (2-0) 85 T1

2. Rochester Lourdes (4) (2-0) 79 T1

3. Pierz (1) (2-0) 77 3

4. Stewartville (2-0) 56 5

5. Jackson County Central (2-0) 54 4

6. Glencoe-Silver Lake (2-0) 45 T6

7. Perham (2-0) 25 NR

8. Holy Family Catholic (2-0) 19 NR

9. Fairmont (2-0) 16 NR

10. Annandale (2-0) 15 NR

Others receiving votes: Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton 7, Breck 4, Norwood-Young America 4, Belle Plaine 3, Tri-City United 3, Brooklyn Center 1, Virginia 1, Sibley East 1.

Class 2A

School Total Points Prv

1. Caledonia (8) (2-0) 80 1

2. Barnesville (2-0) 67 3

3. Pillager (2-0) 51 4

4. Minneapolis North (2-0) 50 T5

5. Maple River (2-0) 46 T5

6. Eden Valley-Watkins (2-0) 36 2

7. Hawley (2-0) 34 7

8. Triton (1-1) 21 9

9. Royalton (2-0) 17 8

10. Chatfield (2-0) 16 10

Others receiving votes: Lewiston-Altura 8, Concordia Academy-Roseville 4, Tracy-Milroy-Balaton 4, Pipestone 3, United North Central 2, Redwood Valley 1.

Class A

School Total Points Prv

1. Rushford-Peterson (6) (2-0) 64 T1

2. Wabasso (2-0) 58 T1

3. Braham (2-0) 55 3

4. Murray County Central (2-0) 38 4

5. Minneota (1) (2-0) 36 7

6. BOLD (2-0) 33 5

7. Goodhue (2-0) 32 9

8. Mayer Lutheran (2-0) 24 6

9. Ada-Borup (3-0) 16 NR

10. Blooming Prairie (2-0) 8 NR

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Others receiving votes: Red Lake County 7, Ottertail Central 7, Randolph 3, Red Lake 3, Hillcrest Lutheran 1.

Class 9-MAN

School Total Points Prv

1. Waubun (4) (2-0) 70 2

2. Cromwell (1) (2-0) 62 3

3. Spring Grove (3) (2-0) 61 5

4. Stephen-Argyle (2-0) 56 4

5. Houston (2-0) 42 NR

6. Grand Meadow (1-1) 29 1

(tie) Cleveland (1-1) 29 7

8. Nevis (2-0) 28 T8

9. Ely (2-0) 25 6

10. Hills-Beaver Creek (2-0) 19 T8

Others receiving votes: Wrenshall 5, Sleepy Eye St. Mary's 4, Norman County East-Ulen-Hitterdal 3, Cook County 3, Cook-Orr 1, South Ridge 1, Red Rock Central 1, Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 1. 

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