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KSFY/KWSN High School Football Rankings (Week 6)

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KSFY/KWSN South Dakota Prep Football 2012 Rankings -

Regular Season #6 -- October 1, 2012

11AA

1 – Sioux Falls Washington (6-0), 25

2 – Brandon Valley (6-0), 20

3 – Sioux Falls Roosevelt (5-1), 15

4 – Sioux Falls Lincoln (4-2), 9, previously #5

5 – Sioux Falls O'Gorman (3-3), 3, previously not ranked

5 – Yankton (5-1), 3, previously #4

~ Sioux Falls Washington, the preseason #1, remained top-ranked for the sixth straight week, despite a scare from unranked Pierre (4-2). The Warriors took a 27-20 road win, led by Nate Gerry, who had four TDs, all on plays of 49 yards or longer. Brandon Valley held the #2 spot again with a 31-7 win over Huron as Chase Marso was 22-of-28 for 280 yards and a TD. Sioux Falls Roosevelt retained the #3 spot with a 35-21 home win against #5 Yankton. Sioux Falls Lincoln moved up to #4 with a 55-0 win over Sturgis. There is a tie for the fifth spot with Sioux Falls O'Gorman, which had a 35-19 win over Brookings to move to 3-3, and Yankton (5-1). Both the Knights and Bucks, which fell from #4 into a tie for #5, received three points in the rankings tally. 

11A

1 – Dakota Valley (5-0), 24

2 – Dell Rapids (4-1), 21

3 – Tea Area (4-1), 13

4 – Harrisburg (5-1), 12, previously #5

5 – West Central (4-2), 4, unranked

Also receiving votes

Spearfish (4-2), 1, previously #4

~ Dakota Valley remained at #1 with a 45-6 win over Vermillion and have a 188-to-43 scoring edge against opponents. Dell Rapids #3 Tea Area a 49-34 loss as Cole Langer had 22 carries for 176 yards and TDs of 40 and 25 yards. The Quarriers, which has outscored opponents, 95-to-41 in the second and third quarters, have an overall margin of 170-to-96. Tea Area lost for the first time in the loss on the road. They now face 11B #2 Tri-Valley at home. Harrisburg recorded a 31-7 home win over previously #5 Spearfish. West Central, which dropped out of the rankings a week ago, rebounded from a loss to Harrisburg to take a 51-14 decision over Lennox as they moved back into the top-five.

 11B

1 – Flandreau (5-0), 25

2 – Tri-Valley (4-1), 20

3 – Winner (6-0), 15

4 – Aberdeen Roncalli (6-0), 10

5 – Deuel (4-2), 5, unranked

Dropped out

Webster Area (4-1), previously #5

~ The top four spots stayed the same in the 11B rankings. Flandreau held onto the top spot for the second straight week with a 21-6 win over Garretson. Tri-Valley remained #2 after an open week and now travel to face 11A #3 Tea Area. Aberdeen Roncalli held a firm hold on #4 after a 47-0 win against Redfield/Doland. The Cavaliers own a 196-to-26 scoring advantage. Deuel Area moved back into the rankings after defeating #5 Webster Area, 26-13.

9AA

1 – Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan (4-1), 25

2 – Kimball/White Lake (6-0), 20

3 – Deubrook Area (5-0), 13

4 – Howard (3-2), 9

5 – Leola/Frederick (4-0), 8

 

 ~Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan extended their hold onto #1 to six straight weeks with a tightly contested 28-26 win over #4 Howard. Kimball/White Lake, which has a 269-to-84 point differential with opponents, took a 38-14 decision over previously 9A #4 Corsica-Stickney and held onto second. BEE, which has a 212-to-68 points edge over foes, and K/WL will meet on Friday in a #1 vs. #2 matchup in Ethan and a replay of the state 9AA title game of a year ago.  Deubrook Area, which defeated Dell Rapids St. Mary, 64-30, held off #4 Howard for the third spot in the poll. Leola-Frederick moved to 5-0 by winning a shootout with Faulkton Area, 48-32.

9A

1 – Canistota (5-0), 25

2 – Irene-Wakonda (6-0), 20

3 – Warner (5-0), 15

4 – Hamlin (5-0), 10, previously #5

5 – Herreid-Selby (5-0), 4, previously unranked

Also receiving votes

Faith (5-0), 1

Dropped Out

Corsica/Stickney (3-2), previously #4

~ Canistota retained a firm hold on the top spot after extending the school's winning streak to 29 games with a 64-20 win over previously 9B #1 (now #2) Viborg-Hurley (4-1). The 29-straight wins by the Hawks ranks fourth all-time in 9-man ranks. Irene/Wakonda, which defeated Gayville-Volin, 63-12, has a 293-to-51 scoring advantage against opponents. Coach Brent Mutchelknaus's squad has scored at least 43 points in all six games this season. Warner held onto third after winning a fifth-straight game with a 45-13 decision over Langford Area. They own a 208-to-27 points differential and have scored 45 points or more in four straight games. Hamlin, which has a 224-to-36 scoring differential with opponents, moved up to #4 after a win. Herreid-Selby moved to 5-0 with a 56-0 win and now own a 260-to-28 overall scoring advantage against opponents. Unbeaten Faith also received support in the rankings.

9B

1 – Harding County (6-0), 25

2 – Viborg-Hurley (4-1), 20

3 – Colome (5-1), 15

4 – Hitchcock-Tulare (3-2), 10, previously #5

5 – Avon (4-2), 3, previously unranked

Others receiving votes

Castlewood (3-2), 2

 ~ For the first time all year, Viborg-Hurley dropped from the top spot in 9B after dropping a 64-20 decision to 9A #1 Canistota. Harding County, which took a 44-19 decision against Wall, moved into the top spot and now own a 299-to-19 overall scoring margin over opponents. The Ranchers had a string of 21 scoreless quarters ended when Wall scored a second quarter TD. Colome hung onto the #3 spot with a 38-0 win over Sunshine Bible Academy. Castlewood dropped out of the rankings but still received support after a 21-20 setback to 9AA Elkton/Lake Benton. Hitchcock-Tulare moved up to fourth with a 42-6 win over 9AA Woonsocket/Wessington Springs/Sanborn Central. Avon, which edged past 9A South Central, 22-20, nudged past Castlewood for the #5 spot in the rankings.

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