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KSFY/KWSN High School Football Rankings (Week 4)

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KSFY/KWSN South Dakota Prep Football 2012 Rankings -

Regular Season #4 -- September 17, 2012

11AA

1 – Sioux Falls Washington (4-0), 25

2 – Brandon Valley (4-0), 20

3 -- Sioux Falls Lincoln (3-1), 14

4 – Sioux Falls Roosevelt (3-1), 10

5 -- Yankton (4-0)

~ Sioux Falls Washington, the preseason #1, remained top-ranked for the fourth straight week with a 73-0 win over Sturgis. Washington has a 178-to-14 scoring advantage against opponents in four games. Brandon Valley, which owns a 182-to-38 scoring advantage against opponents, stayed at #2 with a 71-10 victory over Mitchell. Sioux Falls Lincoln defeated Rapid City Central, 35-7, at HWF and Roosevelt handled Watertown, 34-14, on the road to hang onto the third and fourth spots, respectively. Yankton rolled up 611 yards in total offense and defeated Aberdeen Central, 42-14, to stay unbeaten and fifth in the rankings.  

11A

1 – Dell Rapids (3-0), 25

2 – Dakota Valley (4-0), 20

3 – West Central (3-1), 12

4 -- Tea Area (3-0), 10

5 -- Spearfish (3-1), 5

~ Dell Rapids, a two-time defending champion, rolled up 389 yards in total offense in a 33-7 win over Madison to remain #1 in the 11A rankings. Dakota Valley, which received 218 yards rushing from Tanner Lambert, rolled to a 40-7 win over Lennox to stay #2. West Central had a 48-0 win over Sisseton and held onto the #3 spot. Tea Area remained fourth after an idle week and travel to Canton this week before traveling to Dell Rapids in two weeks. #5 Spearfish held onto the #5 spot after defeating Douglas, 48-7, as Nate Rotert had 189 yards rushing.

 11B

1 – Flandreau (4-0), 25, previously #3

2 – Tri-Valley (3-1), 18, previously #1

3 – Winner (4-0), 17, previously #2

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

5 -- Deuel (3-1), 3, previously unranked

Others receiving support

Wagner (3-0), 2

Dropping Out

Garretson (2-2), #5 last week

~ For the first time this season, Tri-Valley fell from the #1 team in 11B. Flandreau, which had been ranked #3, moved up to the top spot after defeating the Mustangs, 24-22, in Flandreau. Tri-Valley, which had its 15-game winning streak halted, fell to #2. Winner defeated Valentine, Neb., 32-14, by pounding out 329 yards on the ground but still fell to #3 as Flandreau jumped past them. Aberdeen Roncalli hung unto the 4th spot and Deuel moved into the rankings for the first time at #5, just ahead of Wagner (3-0). Roncalli defeated Britton-Hecla, 28-0, and Deuel, which only has a 36-22 loss to Flandreau, defeated Redfield-Doland, 40-7.  

9AA

1 – Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan (2-1), 24

2 – Kimball/White Lake (4-0), 21

3 – Deubrook Area (3-0), 15

4 – Potter County (3-0), 5, previously #5

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

Others receiving votes

Gregory (3-1), 1, previously #4

Leola/Frederick (3-0), 1

~Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan defeated Mt. Vernon, 60-12, and remained the #1 team in 9AA for the fourth straight week. Kimball/White Lake, led by running back Trevor Reinesch with his fourth straight 100 yards (135) plus rushing game, defeated previously #4 Gregory, 65-28, and remained second. The WiLdKats received a first place ballot. Deubrook Area, led by Ryan Knutson with over 200 yards (218) for the third straight game, defeated Elkton-Lake Benton, 21-0. Potter County defeated Miller, 42-0, and moved up to #4 while Howard handled Parker, 36-8, and moved into the #5 spot. Gregory fell from the top-five but received votes as did undefeated Leola/Frederick, which rolled up 74 points last weekend.

9A

1 – Canistota (3-0), 25

2 – Irene-Wakonda (4-0), 20, previously #3

3 -- Warner (3-0), 18, previously #5

4 – Corsica/Stickney (2-1), 5, previously #2

5 -- Hamlin (3-0), previously unranked, 3

5 -- Wilmot (4-0), previously unranked. 3

Others receiving support

Hanson (3-1), 2

~ Canistota held onto the top spot after extending the school's winning streak to 27 games with a 55-0 win over previously #4 Hanson. Irene/Wakonda, which has a 179-to-21 scoring advantage over four opponents, moved up to #2 after Corsica/Stickney lost to 9B #4 Colome, 44-16. Warner defeated Northwestern Area, 48-6, and moved up to the third spot. They own a 117-to-14 scoring advantage against opponents. Corsica-Stickney dropped to #4 with the loss. Hamlin and Wilmot both moved into the rankings for the first time at #5 while previously #4 Hanson fell out of the rankings but still received support.

9B

1—Viborg-Hurley (4-0), 24

2 – Harding County (4-0), 21

3 – Castlewood (3-0), 15

4 -- Colome (3-1), 9, previously unranked

5 – Langford Area (2-1), 3, previously #4

Others receiving votes

Faulkton (2-1), 2

Centerville (3-1), 1

Dropped Out

Sully Buttes (2-1), previously #5

~ The top two spots in 9B remained unchanged as both Viborg-Hurley (54-2 over Alcester-Hudson) and Harding County  (52-0 over Timber Lake) picked up wins. Harding County has recorded four straight shutouts and a 207-0 overall scoring edge. Castlewood defeated DeSmet/Iroquois, 36-8, and hung onto third. They have a 150-to-20 margin in points against opponents. Colome moved into the #4 spot for the first time after a 44-16 win over 9A #4 Corsica/Stickney (previously #2). Langford Area lost and dropped to #5 in the poll but barely ahead of Faulkton Area and Centerville. Sully Buttes, who was #5 last week, fell out of the rankings.   

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