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Week 5 standings/rankingsPosted Wednesday, September 26, 2012, at 9:07 PM
Also receiving votes: Parkway South (5-0) 15, Rock Bridge (3-2) 8
Also receiving votes: Winnetonka (4-1) 8, Jackson (5-0) 4, Fort Zumwalt East (4-1) 1, Parkview (5-0) 1
Also receiving votes: Borgia (3-2) 7, St. Joseph Lafayette (4-1) 7, Excelsior Springs (4-1) 6, Carthage (3-2) 4, Liberty North (2-3) 2, Westminster (4-1) 2, Platte County (4-1) 1
Also receiving votes: Duchesne (3-2) 5, Salem (5-0) 4, Orchard Farm (5-0) 2, Park Hills Central (3-2) 2
Also receiving votes: Lathrop (4-1) 11, Lamar (3-2) 7, Brookfield (4-1) 5, Sarcoxie (5-0) 4, Butler (4-1) 1
Also receiving votes: South Shelby (3-2) 7, Cass-Midway (4-1) 3, Drexel (4-1) 1.
MSHSAA District standings
Note: These are the updated standings from MSHSAA. The previous numbers posted were taken from MSHSAA on Saturday night with the thinking that they were compete for the week. Normally I do them on Monday morning but since I had a prior obligation away from work I wanted to make sure they were posted on the blog ASAP so you don't have to search for all the local teams on MSHSAA's website. The points were adjusted between the time I typed them up and when I posted them on this blog. The adjustment in points is reflected in the numbers which were given to MSHSAA by the schools (in other words, an opponent may not have posted their scores to the MSHSAA site at the time I posted the standings). In the future I will not post district standings until noon Monday to ensure that all scores have been posted to MSHSAA.
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