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KSFY/KWSN High School Football Rankings (Week 7)

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KSFY/KWSN South Dakota Prep Football 2012 Rankings -

Regular Season #7 -- October 8, 2012

11AA

1 – Sioux Falls Washington (7-0), 25

2 – Brandon Valley (7-0), 20

3 – Sioux Falls Roosevelt (6-1), 15

4 – Sioux Falls Lincoln (5-2), 10

5 – Sioux Falls O'Gorman (4-3), 3

Also receiving votes

Pierre (5-2), 2

Dropping Out

Yankton (5-1), 3, previously tied for #5

~ Sioux Falls Washington, the preseason #1, remained top-ranked for the seventh straight week, after a 52-8 win on the road against Yankton. Brandon Valley held onto the #2 spot again by cruising to a 49-0 win against Aberdeen Central. Sioux Falls Roosevelt retained the #3 spot with a 62-6 win over Sturgis. Sioux Falls Lincoln remained #4 with a 56-0 win over Mitchell and now has outscored two opponents 111-0 over the past two weeks. Sioux Falls O'Gorman is fifth with a fourth straight win, a 28-0 decision against Rapid City Central. Pierre received support in the rankings after a 35-6 win over Rapid City Stevens. With the loss to Washington, Yankton fell out of the rankings.

11A

1 – Dell Rapids (5-1), 21, previously #2

2 – Dakota Valley (5-1), 24, previously #1

3 – Harrisburg (6-1), 12, previously #4

4 – Tea Area (4-2), 11, previously #3

5 – West Central (4-2), 3

Also receiving votes

Hot Springs (5-2), 2

~ Dell Rapids won the #1 vs. #2 battle with previously top-ranked Dakota Valley, 37-19. As a result the Quarriers switched spots with the Panthers and moved back into the top spot. Harrisburg, which defeated Vermillion, 50-0, continued to move up the poll. The #3 Tigers have only lost to Luverne, which is ranked in Minnesota. Tea Area fell to #4 after dropping a 34-27 decision to 11B #2 Tri-Valley. West Central hung onto fifth, despite a 39-14 loss to Jackson County Central (Minn.). Hot Springs improved to 5-2 and received votes for the first time.

11B

1 – Flandreau (6-0), 25

2 – Tri-Valley (5-1), 20

3 – Winner (7-0), 15

4 – Aberdeen Roncalli (7-0), 10

5 – Deuel (4-2), 4

Also receiving votes

Webster Area (4-1), 1

~ The 11B rankings were unchanged this week. Flandreau defeated Sioux Valley, 49-0, to stay at #1. Tri-Valley defeated 11A #4 Tea Area, 34-27, on the road and stayed in second. Winner and Aberdeen Central cruised to big wins while Deuel was idle. Webster Area had a 13-7 win over Redfield-Doland and picked up a vote.

9AA

1 – Kimball/White Lake (7-0), 25, previously #2

2 – Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan (4-2), 18, previously #1

3 – Deubrook Area (6-0), 17

4 – Howard (4-2), 10

5 – Leola/Frederick (5-0), 5

 ~Kimball/White Lake took over the top spot in 9AA after a victory against top-ranked Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan, 26-22. Kimball/White Lake, which has a 295-to-106 point differential with opponents, won the #1 vs. #2 matchup with BEE on the road. BEE, which was pushed by Deubrook Area for the #2 spot, fell out of the top spot for the first time this season. Deubrook Area, which had a 50-0 win over 9B Oldham-Ramona/Rutland, is third followed by Howard, which had a 33-6 win over Hanson, and Leola/Frederick, which defeated Langford Area, 44-14. Leola/Frederick faces 9A #2 Warner on Friday.

 9A

1 – Canistota (6-0), 25

2 – Warner (6-0), 20, previously #3

3 – Hamlin (6-0), 14, previously #4

4 – Irene-Wakonda (6-1), 8, previously #2

5 – Herreid-Selby (6-0), 7

Also receiving votes

Faith (6-0), 1

~ Canistota retained a firm hold on the top spot after extending the school's winning streak to 30 games with a 42-13 win over Chester Area. The 30-straight wins by the Hawks ranks tied for third all-time in 9-man ranks. Warner continued to win with a 60-6 win over Ipswich/Edmunds Central and moved up to #2. They own a 284-to-36 points advantage over opponents. Hamlin, which has a 272-58 points margin, had a 48-22 win over Tri-State and moved up a spot to #3.  Irene-Wakonda lost to Parker, 42-24, land dropped from second to fourth. Herreid-Selby, which has a 318-to-34 points differential, had a 58-6 win over Miller and remained #5 in the rankings. Unbeaten Faith also received votes in the poll.

9B

1 – Harding County (6-0), 25

2 – Viborg-Hurley (5-1), 20

3 – Colome (5-1), 15

4 – Hitchcock-Tulare (5-2), 9

5 – Waverly-South Shore (4-2), 3, previously unranked

Others receiving votes

Avon (4-3), 2

Centerville (4-3), 1

 ~ Harding County did not play but still retained the top spot in 9B. Viborg-Hurley recorded a 52-18 win over Centerville and held onto the second spot in the rankings. Colome had an open week to remain third while Hitchcock-Tulare stayed in fourth with a 52-0 win over Highmore-Harrold. Waverly-South Shore defeated Florence/Henry, 64-14, and moved into the #5 spot. Avon lost to 9A Corsica/Stickney and fell out of the top-five but still received votes. Centerville lost to Viborg-Hurley but received a vote.

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