There are some changes in the weekly Minnesota Volleyball Coaches Association rankings.

Cannon Falls drops from the top of Class AA to #3 due to split results with Farmington, Tartan, New Life Academy and a loss to Grand Rapids in the Wally Wakefield Invitational at Tartan High School.

Bethlehem Academy lost three matches in a tournamejnt at Apple Valley featuring big schools.

They fell to #3 ranked 4A East Ridge 25-11, 25-17.   4A Also Receiving Votes, Shakopee 25-14, 25-19 and Willmar 25-9, 25-16.

Owatonna had a couple wins in the Southwest Minnesota Challenge in Marshall defeating Bloomington Jefferson and Totino-Grace.

Northfield was in the same tournament and fell to Lakeville South 25-23, 25-18. They achieved a blistering .559 team hitting percentage in a 25-19, 25-12 win over Bloomington Jefferson and clipped Chaska 25-11, 25-21 while connecting at .266.

Waterville-Elysian-Morristown hosted a tournament.

The Cleveland Clippers won the tournament by defeating both Nova Classical Academy and WEM to run their record to 8-0.

Caledonia defeated Stewartville 26-24, 25-18.

New Prague bested Kasson-Mantorville 25-20, 25-19 at Shakopee Invitational.

Class A Rankings
1.  Minneota
2.  Mabel-Canton
3.  Mayer Lutheran
4.  Russell-Tyler-Ruthton
5.  Fillmore Central
6.  Canby
7.  BOLD
8.  Bethlehem Academy
9.  Wabasso
​10. Ada-Borup West
Also Receiving Votes:  Kittson County Central, SW MN Christian, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa

Class AA Rankings
1.  Pequot Lakes
2.  Southwest Christian
3.  Cannon Falls
4.  Belle Plaine
5.  Caledonia
6.  Albany
7.  Rush City
8.  Chatfield
9.  Annandale
​10. Sauk Centre
Others Receiving Votes:   Nova Classical Academy, Wadena-Deer Creek, Concordia Academy, Legacy Christian
Class AAA Rankings
1.  Marshall
2.  Northfield
3.  Rocori
t4. Detroit Lakes
t4. Kasson-Mantorville
6.  Alexandria
7.  Byron
8.  Holy Angels
9.  Delano
​10. St. Peter
Also receiving Votes: Grand Rapids
Class AAAA Rankings
1.  Wayzata
2.  Champlin Park
3.  East Ridge
4.  Lakeville North
5.  Eagan
6.  Lakeville South
7.  Rogers
8.  New Prague
9.  Maple Grove
10. St. Michael-Albertville
Also Receiving Votes:  Anoka, Burnsville, Shakopee

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