The latest Minnesota Associated Press High School Football rankings have familiar teams at the top in the seven classes.

The biggest schools has Eden Prairie at the top with four South Suburban Conference schools in the top 8. Prior Lake #3, Lakeville South #5, Rosemount #6 and Shakopee #8.

Mankato West is the top Class 5A school.  Rochester Mayo is tied for 6th.

Hutchinson is #1 in Class 4A with Stewartville at #3.  Kasson-Mantorville received votes, so did Byron and Winona in the same district with the Faribault Falcons.

Cannon Falls is on top in Class 3A.  Plainview-Elgin-Millville is #7, Waseca #10, Rochester Lourdes and Belle Plaine received votes.

Class 2A Chatfield is numero uno, Caledonia #3.  Others Receiving Votes include St. Clair/Loyola, Blue Earth Area, Norwood Young America and Maple River.

Class 1A has Minneota at the top, Mayer Lutheran tied with BOLD at #2.  Fillmore Central is #6. Bethlehem Academy and Randolph received votes.

Nine-Man #1 is Norcross, Lanesboro is #2, Spring Grove #6.  Grand Meadow, Mabel-Canton received votes.

The complete rankings are below.


1. Norcross
2. Lanesboro
3. Fertile-Beltrami
4. Mountain Iron-Buhl
5. Hills-Beaver Creek
6. Spring Grove
7. Verndale
8. Renville County West
9. Hancock
10.Kittson County Central
Other Receiving Votes:  Osakis Nevis, Grand Meadow, Cherry, Mabel-Canton, Red Rock Central, Norman County East/Ulen-Hitterdal.

Class 1A

1. Minneota
2. BOLD tie with Mayer Lutheran
4. Lester Prairie
5. New York Mills
6. Fillmore Central
7. Mahnomen-Waubun
8. Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg
9. Deer River
10.Ottertail Central
Others Receiving Votes: Lakeview, Martin County West, Pine River-Backus, Bethlehem Academy, Red Lake County Central, Murray County Central, Randolph, Tracy-Milroy-Balaton, Chisholm.

Class 2A

1. Chatfield
2. Minneapolis North
3. Caledonia
4. Barnesville
5. Jackson County Central
6. Pipestone Area
7. Eden Valley-Watkins
8. Royalton
9. Kimball Area
10.Concordia Academy
Others Receiving Votes:  Osakis, St. Clair/Loyola, Blue Earth Area, Norwood Young America, West Central Area/Ashby, Maple River.

Class 3A

1. Cannon Falls
2. Esko
3. Pierz
4. Watertown-Mayer
5. Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton
6. Milaca
7. Plainview-Elgin-Millville
8. Aitkin
9. Dassel-Cokato
Others Receiving Votes:  Providence Academy, Minneapolis Henry, Fairmont, Rochester Lourdes, Two Harbors, Zimmerman, New London-Spicer, Belle Plaine.

Class 4A

2. Rocori
3. Stewartville
4. Simley
5. Holy Angels
6. Princeton
7. Mound Westonka
8. Marshall
9. Grand Rapids
Others Receiving Votes: Kasson-Mantorville, North Branch, Becker, Detroit Lakes, Byron, Winona, Fridley.

Class 5A

1. Mankato West
2. St. Thomas Academy
3. Elk River
4. Mahtomedi
5. Chanhassen
6. Robbinsdale Armstrong tie with Rochester Mayo
8. Spring Lake Park
9. Sauk Rapids-Rice
10.St. Paul Harding/Humboldt
Others Receiving Votes:  Chaska, St. Francis, Andover, Waconia.

Class 6A

1. Eden Prairie
2. Maple Grove
3. Prior Lake
4. Stillwater
5. Lakeville South
6. Rosemount
7. Woodbury
8. Shakopee
9. Forest Lake

The Minnesota Associated Press states the rankings are basked on votes of media members from across the state of Minnesota.

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