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Barnesville 73 5. Jackson County Central 59 6. Pipestone Area 47 7. Eden Valley-Watkins 39 8. Kimball Area 22 9. Concordia Academy 21 BOLD 6 92 2.

Lester Prairie 2 80 3. New York Mills 2 77 4. Fillmore Central 58 6. Deer River 48 7. Mayer Lutheran 43 8. Minneota 30 9. Martin County West 23 Lanesboro 1 77 3. Fertile-Beltrami 2 76 4. Mountain Iron-Buhl 66 5.

Spring Grove 1 63 6. Verndale 1 59 7. Renville County West 51 8. Kittson Co. Central 25 9. Cherry 24 Champlin Park 7 2. Lakeville North 6 3. Wayzata 4. Northfield 5. East Ridge 6. Lakeville South 7. Chaska 8. Rogers 9. Rochester Mayo. Class AAA Rankings 1. Marshall 14 2. Willmar 3. Kasson-Mantorville 2 4.

Holy Angels 5. Stewartville 6. Grand Rapids 7. Byron 9. Alexandria Class AA Rankings 1. Nova Classical 16 2. Pequot Lakes 3. Zumbrota-Mazeppa 4.

Sauk Centre 5. Cannon Falls 6. Southwest Christian 7. Annandale 8. Albany 9. Belle Plaine Class A Rankings 1. Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 14 2. Mayer Lutheran 1 3. Minneota 4. Bethlehem Academy 5. Mabel-Canton 6. Kenyon-Wanamingo 7. Rochester Lourdes 6. Cannon Falls 7. Plainvew-Elgin-MIllville tied with Waseca 9. Watertown-Mayer Stewartville 2. Hutchinson 3.

Simley 4. Mound Westonka 5. Becker 6. Rocori 7. Marshall 8. Grand Rapids 9. North Branch Mankato West 2. Thomas Academy 3. Elk River 4. Mahtomedi 5. Robbinsdale Armstrong 6. Sauk Rapids-Rice 7. Chanhassen tied with St. Francis 9. Rochester Mayo Blooming Prairie Minneapolis Edison Rochester Century Louis Park Murray County Central East Grand Forks Two Harbors Proctor La Crescent-Hokah Peter Verndale Lanesboro Two Rivers Breckenridge Fertile-Beltrami Warren-Alvarado-Oslo Alexandria Randolph Frazee Glencoe-Silver Lake Hinckley-Finlayson Luverne Kenyon-Wanamingo Yellow Medicine East Cedar Mountain Nevis Polk County West Columbia Heights Mabel-Canton DeLaSalle Kittson County Central Mankato East Hancock Adrian-Ellsworth Annandale Canby Melrose New Ulm Chisago Lakes Area Red Rock Central Springfield Minneapolis Southwest Blackduck Menahga Hills-Beaver Creek Cook County Barnum Belle Plaine Hawley United South Central Cloud Apollo Anthony Village Cloud Tech Austin Lyle-Pacelli Thief River Falls Breck Browerville-Eagle Valley International Falls Cloud Cathedral Charles Red Wing Pine City Ogilvie Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Crosby-Ironton Lake Crystal-Wellcome Memorial Hopkins Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City Bigfork Mountain Lake Area Brooklyn Center Parkers Prairie Warroad Grand Meadow Little Falls Cromwell-Wright Area Fergus Falls Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton Cretin-Derham Hall Win-E-Mac North Central Medford Montevideo Zumbrota-Mazeppa Pillager Lake City Sleepy Eye Saint Mary’s South St.

Paul Hillcrest Lutheran Academy Bloomington Jefferson East Central LeSueur-Henderson Mesabi East Rothsay Rochester John Marshall Lake Park-Audubon Sleepy Eye Bemidji Roseville Rock Ridge Kingsland New Ulm Cathedral Benson Clearbrook-Gonvick North St.

Ortonville Walker-Hackensack-Akeley Albert Lea Nicollet Redwood Valley Bagley Hayfield Lewiston-Altura Edgerton Eastview Winona Cotter Waterville-Elysian-Morristown

 
 

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Staff writer Jim Paulsen, a quarter-century into covering high school football, presents the season’s first Metro Top 10 — his picks for the top 10 teams in the Twin Cities metro area. The Metro Top 10 will be updated weekly. Lakeville South: The defending Class 6A champion Cougars lost some standouts to graduation, but they return the state’s best running back in Carson Hansen and have won 21 straight dating to November They’ve earned it.

Eden Prairie: Even though the Eagles haven’t played in a state championship game since or won one since , they’ve never really left. This year, with loads of veterans back on both sides of the ball, even coach Mike Grant believes this team has state championship potential. Prior Lake: The Lakers have been the quintessential hard-luck kids in recent years, waylaid by brutal schedules and misfortune. Things are looking up. Possessing perhaps the strongest offensive line in Class 6A and some electric skill players, Prior Lake is primed for payback.

Maple Grove: Coach Matt Lombardi took a wait-and-see approach last year, and it paid off with a trip to the Prep Bowl. With most of the players from back, the Crimson will be a menace to foes all season. Jacob Kilzer is likely the state’s top senior quarterback. Minnetonka: A strong, talented, athletic offensive line is set to be the foundation for Skippers success.

Don’t overlook junior quarterback Milos Spasojevic, who could be a breakout star this season. Shakopee: The Sabers looked primed for a deep state tournament run last season before losing QB Dominic Jackson to a knee injury in Week 4. Jackson is back, as are Hellerud and many others. Hopes are high once again. Michael-Albertville: With terrific facilities, enviable numbers and unmatched community support, all orchestrated by one of the state’s best coaches in Jared Essler, the Knights have reached the category of perennial powerhouse.

They’re a little green, but expect them to hit their stride as the season progresses. Stillwater: Behind senior QB Max Shikenjanski, the Ponies were an offensive force in , averaging more than 32 points per game. Shikenjanski is back and should be a year better. Woodbury: Coach Andy Hill has built a program that develops talent and knows how to win football games. With some early-season development yet to do, Hill would prefer to fly under the radar, but with a QB as talented as junior George Bjellos, that’s simply not possible.

Elk River Class 5A : No team executes its offense as well as the Elks do, which is paramount to their success. Combine it with a wheelbarrow’s worth of talent on both sides of the ball — 14 positions have starters back — and coach Steve Hamilton has reason to be giddy about his group. Jim Paulsen is a high school sports reporter for the Star Tribune.

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