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Week 2 football rankings/standingsPosted Wednesday, September 5, 2012, at 10:28 PM
Statewide high school football rankings, as compiled by a 14-member panel of Missouri sportswriters and broadcasters. First-place votes in ( ):
Also receiving votes: Parkway South (2-0) 7.
Others receiving votes: Ozark (2-0), 8, Park Hill (1-1) 3, Parkway Central (2-0) 3, Fort Zumwalt East (2-0) 2, Winnetonka (1-1) 1.
Others receiving votes: St. Clair (2-0) 10, Carthage (2-0) 8, Westminster (2-0) 5, Sullivan (2-0) 4, University City (2-0) 3, Gateway Tech (2-0) 2, St. Dominic (2-0) 2.
Others receiving votes: Aurora (2-0) 15, Hogan (2-0), Seneca (2-0) 12, Potosi (2-0) 3, Logan-Rogersville (0-2) 1, Osage (1-1) 1.
Others receiving votes: Mountain Grove (2-0) 16, Brookfield (2-0) 5.
Others receiving votes: Westran (2-0) 14, Drexel (2-0) 8, Thayer (1-1) 2.
MY VOTE NOTES
In Class 6, my votes were about the same as last week because Rockhurst lost to Bentonville, Ark. I voted for Parkway South instead of Ray-Pec at No. 10.
Class 5, I'm still voting Lee's Summit West No. 1 over Kirkwood and I didn't drop Staley as far (No. 4 in my poll).
Class 4, Savannah's win over Harrisonville put them No. 4 in my book. I kept Sikeston at No. 9 but the Bulldogs got bumped up because there's so many teams between Nos. 7-17 and Bolivar tumbled to No. 10 after a loss (no vote from me).
Class 3, I moved Ste. Genevieve up to 7 but the top 5 are set in my book. I voted for Logan-Rogersville at 10 because they lost by only 2 and their first loss was at a Mountain Grove team that's gaining momentum in Class 2. I didn't vote for Potosi.
Class 2, I'm the moron who voted Lamar No. 1 after the Tigers lost 13-6 at home to Seneca. Not sure what I was thinking, maybe forgot to move them before sending off my ballot or a 7-point loss in the rain shouldn't be that bad. I'm torn between MV-Liberty and Maplewood-RH at No. 1 but like M-RH with former Poplar Bluff assistant coach Rich Nixon as coach this year. I had Caruthersville still at 8.
Class 1, I kept Valle at 2 but added West Platte at 6 after beating Wellington-Napoleon. Rest of it is about the same.
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