The second Minnesota High School Volleyball rankings of the regular season are out  and there isn't a lot of change although Faribault Bethlehem Academy did drop a notch in the Class A poll.

The Minnesota Volleyball Coaches Association provides the poll which also had Waterville-Elysian-Morristown drop from 9th to 10th in Class A.

Section One is still very well represented with Hayfield number 2, Caledonia number 3, Mabel-Canton 6th to go along with Bethlehem Academy.

The defending State Champions are all still ranked on top, Mayer Lutheran in Class A, Maple Lake in 2A and Eagan in 3A.

In Class 2A Stewartville is still number 2, Kasson-Mantorville number 5 and Kenyon-Wanamingo got a few more votes but are still among the others receiving votes.

In Class 3A Lakeville North is still number 2, Prior Lake number 5, Shakopee number 7, Lakeville South number 8 (defeated Prior Lake and plays Eagan Tuesday).

Rosemount received votes but didn't crack the top ten.

Below is the list of top rated teams according to the Minnesota Volleyball Coaches Association as of September 11, 2017:

Class A

1.  Mayer Lutheran

2. Hayfield (Thursday they play Kenyon-Wanamingo on KDHL Radio)

3. Caledonia

4. Tracy-Milroy-Balaton

5. Faribault Bethlehem Academy (Tuesday play Kenyon-Wanamingo on KDHL Radio)

6. Mabel-Canton

7. Wadena-Deer Creek

8. Minneota

9. Rush City


Also Receiving Votes:  Stephen-Argyle Central, Underwood, Onamia, Windom

Class 2A

1. Maple Lake

2. Stewartville

3. Southwest Christian

4. Marshall

5. Kasson-Mantorville

6. North Branch

7. Concordia

8. Hill-Murray

9. Roseau

10. Rocori

Also Receiving Votes: Jackson County Central, Totino-Grace, Morris/Chokio-Alberta, Park Rapids, Kenyon-Wanamingo, St. Cloud Cathedral, Holy Angels, Jordan.

Class 3A

1. Eagan

2. Lakeville North

3. Champlin Park

4. Stillwater

5. Prior Lake

6. Hopkins

7. Shakopee

8. Lakeville South (at Eagan Tuesday)

9. East Ridge

10. Minnetonka

Also Recieving Votes: Moorhead, Eden Prairie, Rosemount, Elk River.

Volleyballs- photo by Gordy Kosfeld