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Week Six High School Football Rankings Released
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports

Topeka Capitol Journal rankings – click here.

Kpreps.com rankings – click here.

Five weeks of the high school football season are in the books and with that the newest set of rankings for each classification has been released.

In Class 3A the Sabetha Bluejays continue to be ranked at the top of the state, checking in at No. 1 according to the Topeka Capitol Journal and at No. 2 on kpreps.com. Sabetha moved to 5-0 on the season Friday night with a 49-7 over Hiawatha, as Gabe Garber recorded five total touchdowns on the night.

After a loss to Sabetha in week three Perry Lecompton won their second consecutive game last week taking down Santa Fe Trail 28-6, keeping the Kaws in the No. 5 ranking on kpreps with a record of 4-1. Perry will continue district play this week in one of the toughest districts in the state, as the Kaws will host fellow Big 7 League opponent Jeff West in another district game.

A new team has cracked the 1A rankings for the first time this season, as Jackson Heights enters both the kpreps and Cap Journal rankings at No. 5. The Cobras went on the road and bounced back after the loss to Olpe in week four, taking down Valley Heights in a thriller last week 22-14 and are now 4-1 on the season.  

Also in the 1A rankings is Centralia who moved up one spot to No. 4 in the kpreps rankings, after taking down Troy last week 36-22 in a Twin Valley League contest. The Panther are now 3-2 on the season with three straight victories.

Once again just one area team is in the 8-man division one rankings, as the Cap Journal has Clifton-Clyde at No. 3 while kpreps has also moved the Eagles up to No. 3. Clifton-Clyde is off to a 5-0 start to the year after a 54-30 district win over Victoria last week, jumping out to a 24-0 lead in the first half.

In 8-man division two, two area teams continue to be ranked in the top five with the Hanover Wildcats sitting atop the rankings for the fifth straight week according to both publications. The Wildcats moved to 5-0 with a 66-0 blowout win over Onaga last week and have their toughest test of the season coming up Friday night on the road at undefeated Axtell.

As to the Eagles continue to hold serve in the middle of the rankings after another dominating victory last week, checking in at No. 3 according to the Cap Journal and at No. 5 on kpreps. The Eagles continued their torrid start Friday night with a 60-0 shutout of Wetmore, and are off to a 5-0 start for the first time since 2011.

 


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