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KSFY/KWSN High School Football Rankings (Week 3)

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KSFY/KWSN South Dakota Prep Football 2012 Rankings -

Regular Season #3 -- September 10, 2012

11AA

1 – Sioux Falls Washington (3-0), 25

2 – Brandon Valley (3-0), 20

3 -- Sioux Falls Lincoln (2-1), 14, previously #4

4 – Sioux Falls Roosevelt (2-1), 10, previously #3

5 -- Yankton (3-0), 6

~ Sioux Falls Washington, the preseason #1, remained top-ranked for the third straight week of the regular season with a 24-0 win over Sioux Falls O'Gorman at the President's Bowl on Saturday. Washington has allowed just 14 points in three games. BV stayed at #2 with a 38-0 win over Brookings (2-1). Sioux Falls Lincoln edged Sioux Falls Roosevelt, 36-35, in overtime and took over third with Roosevelt dropping a spot to fourth. Yankton remained solidly in fifth.  

11A

1 – Dell Rapids (2-0), 25

2 – Dakota Valley (3-0), 20, previously #3

3 – West Central (2-1), 12, previously #2

4 -- Tea Area (3-0), 11

5 -- Spearfish (2-1), 7

~ Dell Rapids, a two-time defending champion, turned back #3 West Central, 28-14, in Hartford on Friday. Dell Rapids defeated the Trojans for the fifth straight time. Dakota Valley survived a scare from Canton (0-3), winning 21-13, and moved up to second in the 11A rankings. Tea Area improved to 3-0 with a 46-0 win over Vermillion and remained foruth. Spearfish increased its support after a 17-0 shutout of Rapid City Stevens but remained fifth in the rankings. Spearfish has had consecutive shutouts of AA Rapid City Stevens (38-0) and Rapid City Stevens.

 11B

1 – Tri-Valley (3-0), 25

2 – Winner(3-0), 18

3 – Flandreau (3-0), 17

4 -- Aberdeen Roncalli (3-0), 10

5 -- Garretson (2-1), 5

Others receiving support

~ Tri-Valley, which won its 15th straight game, retained the top spot in 11B after defeating past Elk Point/Jefferson, 52-14, as Logan Koopman had 251 yards rushing (all in the first half) and the Mustangs had 532 yards rushing as a team. While Flandreau (3-0) gained support this week, Winner, which defeated Bon Homme, 27-7, held onto the #2 spot, though barely (one point). Jacob Patterson had three TDs and 181 yards to lead Fliers over Sioux Falls Christian, 39-0. Kyle Bertram had 200 yards rushing in Winner's win. Aberdeen Roncalli rolled to a 44-7 win over Milbank Area and held onto the fourth spot. Garretson recorded a 49-18 win over Sioux Valley as they remained at #5.  

9AA

1 – Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan (1-1), 23

2 – Kimball/White Lake (3-0), 22

3 – Deubrook Area (2-0), 14

4 -- Gregory (3-0), 9, previously unranked

5 – Potter County (2-0), 5, previously #4

Others receiving votes

Howard (1-1), 2, previously #5

~ In 9AA, Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan, had an 11-game winning streak end in a loss to 9A #1 Canistota, 16-8, but still held onto the top spot in the rankings. Kimball/White Lake, which defeated Miller, 39-6, increased its support . Just one point separates the two top teams, which played in the championship a year ago (B-E/E won). Deubrook Area, a 68-28 winner over Estelline, held onto the third spot. Previously unranked Gregory, which defeated Avon, 52-0, on five combined TDs from quarterback Jared Bartling, moved into the rankings for the first time at #4. Bartling now has 16 combined TDs in eight quarters of play this season. Potter County, which improved to 2-0 with a 37-14 win over Eureka/Bowdle, dropped to fifth in the rankings. Despite an impressive win (66-40 over Chester Area), Howard dropped out of the top five although they receive support in the rankings.  

 9A

1 – Canistota (2-0), 25

2 – Corsica/Stickney (2-0), 18

3 – Irene-Wakonda (3-0), 17

4 -- Hanson (3-0), 9

5 – Warner (2-0), 6

~ Canistota held onto the top spot after extending the school's winning streak to 26 games with a 16-8 decision over 9AA #1 Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan. It was the Hawks third straight win over their archrivals. Gunnar BaanHofman had four TDs to lead Corsica/Stickney to a 52-0 win over Tripp-Delmont/Armour as the Jaguars held onto the #2 spot. Irene-Wakonda, which upended Alcester-Hudson, 44-8, gained support in the poll. Just one point separates Corsica/Stickney and Irene-Wakonda. While losing some support, Hanson held onto the fourth spot in 9A with a 38-28 win over Freeman. Warner defeated Hitchcock-Tulare, 47-0, and retained the fifth spot in the rankings.  

9B

1—Viborg-Hurley (3-0), 24

2 – Harding County (3-0), 21

3 – Castlewood (2-0), 15

4 – Langford Area (2-0), 10

5 -- Sully Buttes (2-0), 5, previously unranked

~ The top two spots in 9B remained unchanged as both Viborg-Hurley (28-16 over Parker) and Harding County (55-0 over Newell) rolled to wins. Harding County received a first place ballot in the rankings for the first week. Castlewood had a 58-6 win over Dell Rapids St. Mary and held onto third in 9B. They own a 114-12 scoring advantage over its two opponents this season. Langford Area remained in fourth after an open date. Previously unranked Sully Buttes (2-0), which had an open date, replaced Avon, which lost to Gregory, 52-0.    

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