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Four Area Football Teams In Rankings Across State After Week 6
By Mike Smith
Copyright: MSC Sports

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Six weeks of the high school football season are in the books and now as we enter Week seven all teams will be in District play as 3A and 4A-DII teams start Districts while 8-Man and 2-1A teams continue District action. Four teams remain in the rankings across the State headed into Week seven and plenty could change in the rankings as there are plenty of big matchups in the next few weeks across the State. 

Nemaha Central continues to sit atop the perch of Class 3A rankings holding down the #1 spot across the State in the polls. The Thunder topped Perry Lecompton last week 30-13 to remain unbeaten improving to 6-0. Sabetha, Marysville and Perry Lecompton continue to get looks in the Class 3A polls. The Bluejays routed ACCHS 57-8 last week to improve to 6-0, while Marysville beat Chapman 38-20 to move to 5-1 and Perry Lecompton fell to Nemaha Central moving to 4-2. 

Hanover Wildcats continue to dominate moving to 6-0 last week with another lopsided win beating Blue Valley-Randolph 62-0 and the Wildcats continue to hold the #1 spot in the 8-Man DII rankings. Axtell Eagles who beat Wetmore 62-26 to move to 4-2 are getting looks in some 8-Man DII polls. In 8-Man DI Clifton-Clyde sits at 5-1 after a tough 48-0 loss to Burlingame but the Eagles continue to get looks fo the polls after to the loss to the #1 8-Man DI team. 

Class 2-1A continues to have a pair of area teams in the rankings as Jefferson County North and Valley Heights remain in the rankings this week. JCN comes in at #3 in most polls but checks in at #2 in the VarsityKansas polls as the Chargers are 6-0 after a 12-6 win over Christ Prep Academy last week. Valley Heights routed Oswego 48-0 on Saturday to move to 6-0 and continue to be ranked #5 in several polls. Two teams that are looking to break into the polls are Jackson Heights and Centralia who continue to have solid years. The Cobras are 6-0 after beating Wabaunsee 52-0 and Centralia sits at 4-2 after topping Washington County 4-2. 

Holton Wildcats at 4-2 continue to get looks for the 4A-DII polls as they beat Hiawatha 58-35 last week. 

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