The Grand Canyon Section Media Football poll has been released and as it has been since the preseason poll, Bradshaw Mountain High School continues to have a strong hold on the first place spot with a spotless 6-0 record.
Coconino High School, who fell for the first time this season to #1 ranked Bradshaw Mountain High School last week, continues to hold the second place spot.
Meanwhile, Mingus High School broke their two-game game losing streak on Friday with a big win over Lee Williams at home. The victory was enough to vault them into third place after dropping from second to fourth in the previous poll.
Prescott High School, who held the third place spot in last week’s poll, was dropped to fourth after a road loss to Canyon del Oro.
Flagstaff High School stays in the fifth spot after a win over Mohave High School on the road.
Lee Williams and Mohave High School continue to hold the sixth and seventh place spots, respectively.
Starting this week, we will also be posting the AIA 4A Conference ranking. This is important to watch because the top 16 teams make the playoffs and the rankings decide playoff seeding.
WEEK SIX SCHEDULE FOR THE 4A GRAND CANYON SECTION
Bradshaw Mountain 28 Coconino 14
Prescott 23 Canyon del Oro 35
Lee Williams 14 Mingus 48
Flagstaff 42 Mohave 21
GRAND CANYON MEDIA FOOTBALL POLL FOR WEEK SIX
|Rank||Team||1st Place Votes||Record||Section Record||Points||Last Week Ranking|
WEEK SEVEN AIA 4A CONFERENCE RANKINGS FOR GRAND CANYON SECTION TEAMS
|Rank (out of 47)||Team||Record||Section Record||Rating||Average Opp. Rating|
Top 16 Teams Make The Playoffs
WEEK SEVEN 4A GRAND CANYON SECTION SCHEDULE
Flagstaff (2-3, 1-1) @ Bradshaw Mountain (6-0, 2-0)
Coconino (4-1, 1-1) @ Prescott (4-1, 1-0)
Mingus (4-2, 1-1) @ Mohave (2-3, 0-1)
All games start at 7 pm
ABOUT THE POLL
Sports journalists from across the Grand Canyon region – including SignalsAZ.com- came together to produce the inaugural Grand Canyon Media Football Poll.
The panel is made up of Dave Zorn from KAFF, The Daily Courier’s Brian M. Bergner Jr. and Doug Cook, Michael Hartman and Lance Hartzler of the Arizona Daily Sun, Verde Independent’s James Kelley, Beau Bearden of the Kingman Daily Miner, KYCA’s John Rust, Matt Showalter from KKLD, James Towney from Today’s News-Herald and Torrence Dunham of SignalsAZ.com.
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