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KSFY/KWSN High School Football Rankings (Week 5)

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KSFY/KWSN South Dakota Prep Football 2012 Rankings -

Regular Season #5 -- September 24, 2012

11AA

1 – Sioux Falls Washington (5-0), 25

2 – Brandon Valley (5-0), 20

3 – Sioux Falls Roosevelt (4-1), 14, previously #4

4 -- Yankton (5-0), 10, previously #5

5 -- Sioux Falls Lincoln (3-2), 6, previously #3

~ Sioux Falls Washington, the preseason #1, remained top-ranked for the fifth straight week with a 58-7 win over Watertown. Washington has a 236-to-21 scoring advantage against opponents in five games. They had a string of 10 shutout quarters ended by the Arrows. Brandon Valley, which owns a 213-to-51 scoring advantage against opponents, stayed at #2 with a 31-13 victory over #5 Sioux Falls Lincoln, which fell from fifth after being ranked #3 a week ago. Yankton defeated Brookings, 19-0, and moved up a place to #4. Roosevelt defeated Rapid City Stevens, 45-0, and moved from fourth to third.    

11A

1 – Dakota Valley (4-0), 22, previously #2

2 – Dell Rapids (3-1), 20, previously #1

3 -- Tea Area (4-0), 18, previously #4

4 -- Spearfish (4-1), 9, previously #5

5– Harrisburg (4-1), previously unranked

Dropped out

West Central (3-2), previously #3

~ With a loss by top-ranked Dell Rapids to 11B #2 Tri-Valley, 28-21, in Colton, the 11A rankings had a major shakeup this week. The Quarriers, which has only lost to Tri-Valley twice in the past three years and have a 26-2 mark over that time, fell to #2. Dakota Valley, which was idle, moved into the top spot. Tea Area, which had an impressive 37-0 win over Canton, moved up to #3 in the rankings with Spearfish, a 31-6 winner over Hot Springs, jumping up to #4. Harrisburg defeated West Central, 26-20, and moved into the #5 spot. West Central fell out of the top five for the first time in a few seasons. 

 11B

1 – Flandreau (4-0), 25,

2 – Tri-Valley (4-1), 20

3 – Winner (5-0), 14

4 -- Aberdeen Roncalli (5-0), 11

5 -- Webster Area (4-0), previously unranked

Dropped Out

Deuel (3-1), previously #5

~ For the most part, the 11B class stayed the same as a week ago, except for Webster Area, which moved into the #5 spot after defeating Mobridge-Pollock, 21-14. Webster Area owns a 124-to-22 overall scoring margin against opponents. Deuel, which lost a 27-6 decision to #4 Aberdeen Roncalli, fell out of the rankings. Flandreau, idle this week, held onto the top spot and will face Garretson this week. Tri-Valley retained the #2 spot after an upset of previously 11A #1 Dell Rapids (now #2), 28-21, in Colton. Winner won big and stayed in the third spot.  

9AA

1 – Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan (3-1), 25

2 – Kimball/White Lake (5-0), 20

3 – Deubrook Area (4-0), 15

4 -- Howard (3-1), 10, previously #5

5 -- Leola/Frederick (4-0), 5, previously unranked

Dropped Out

Potter County (3-0), previously #4

~Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan rolled to a 56-8 win over Hanson and remained the #1 team in 9AA for the fifth straight week. Except for a loss to 9A #1 Canistota, BEE has scored at least 56 points in each of its other three wins. Kimball/White Lake, which has a 231-to-70 point differential, remained second with a 45-6 win over Lyman. Deubrook Area defeated 9B #4 Castlewood, 34-14, and held the #3 spot. Potter County, which was #4, lost to 9A Herreid/Selby (4-0) and fell from the rankings. Howard defeated Freeman, 49-6, and moved from #5 to #4. Leola/Frederick, which has a 218-to-22 overall scoring edge over four opponents, including a pair of consecutive shutouts, moved into the #5 spot for the first time this season.

9A

1 – Canistota (4-0), 25

2 – Irene-Wakonda (5-0), 20

3 -- Warner (4-0), 15

4 – Corsica/Stickney (3-1), 8

5 -- Hamlin (4-0), 5

Others receiving support

Herreid/Selby (4-0), 2

DroppedOut

Wilmot (4-1), previously #5

~ Canistota held onto the top spot after extending the school's winning streak to 28 games with a 62-12 win over Mt Vernon. The 28-straight wins ranks fourth all-time in the 9-man ranks. Irene/Wakonda, which took a 51-18 decision over Centerville and have a 230-to-39 scoring advantage over four opponents, held a stronghold on the #2 spot. Warner moved to 4-0 with a 46-0 win over Faulkton Area and remained at #3. Warner has a 160-to-20 scoring margin against opponents. Corsica-Stickney held onto the #4 spot with a 54-0 9AA Andes Central. Hamlin defeated Waubay-Summit, 48-8, and took control of the #5 spot after Wilmot, which was tied for fifth last week, lost to defending 9B champion Waverly/South Shore, 36-32

9B

1—Viborg-Hurley (4-0), 24

2 – Harding County (5-0), 21

3 -- Colome (4-1), 15, previously #4

4 – Castlewood (3-1), 10, previously #3

5 -- Hitchcock-Tulare (3-2), 4, previously unranked

Others receiving votes

 Waverly-South Shore (3-2), 1

Dropped Out

Langford Area (2-2), 3, previously #5

~ Viborg-Hurley was idle but still hung onto the top spot in 9B. They face 9A #1 Canistota on Friday. Harding County, which defeated Philip, 48-0, received support for #1 but stayed in the #2 spot. They have shut out five straight opponents, rolling up a 255-0 advantage. Colome defeated Plankinton, 48-8, and moved up a spot to #3. Castlewood, which was #3 last week, dropped to #4 after a 34-14 loss at 9AA #3 Deubrook Area. Hitchcock-Tulare defeated the previously #5 team Langford Area, 44-18, and moved into the fifth spot. Waverly-South Shore, which upset 9A #4 Wilmot, 36-32, received support in the rankings.

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