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Six Area Teams Highlight Week Eight High School Football Rankings
By Jonny Kane
Copyright: MSC Sports

Topeka Capitol Journal – Rankings

Kpreps – Rankings

Week seven of the high school football season came to a close Friday night and with that the newest set of high school football rankings have been released with six area teams named.

In Class 3A it continues to be Sabetha in the top five, as the Bluejays are No. 1 according to the Cap Journal and No. 2 on

Sabetha continued their state title defense with another dominating win last week, this time a 56-0 win over Wamego and are 7-0 with a Big 7 League Championship and a district title as well.

Perry meanwhile dropped out of the rankings after falling to Hayden last week 20-0 and are 5-2 on the season.

The 1A rankings continue to house two teams, as Centralia is No. 4 and Jackson Heights five in the kpreps rankings.

The Panthers won their fifth straight last week taking down Wabaunsee 52-14, as Kamble Haverkamp rushed for four touchdowns in the win. As to the Cobras they got by Jeff County North 38-8 and have a chance to secure a 1A District 3 title with a win against Lyndon Friday.

In 8-man DI Clifton-Clyde continues to hold serve in the middle of the top five, as the Eagles check in at No. 3 according to kpreps and at No. 2 in the Cap Journal. Clifton-Clyde continued their dominance Friday night with a 52-6 thumping of Washington County, and are one of only five unbeaten teams in the class.

The 8-man DII rankings remained the same, as kpreps continues to have Axtell up to No. 2 right behind Hanover, while the Cap Journal has the Eagles at No. 3. The Eagles bounced back after a week six lost to Hanover with a 76-22 beat down of previously unbeaten Frankfort last Friday night scoring 56 points in the first half.

Hanover meanwhile continued their dominant run with a 52-6 win over Wetmore, as the Wildcats moved to 7-0 and captured the 8-man DII District 3 title with their 32nd straight victory.

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