October 16, 2017

De Leon breaks into AP 2A top 10, Stephenville receives votes in 4A

Entering the fifth game of his sixth season as head coach at De Leon, David Yeager has his Bearcats ranked No. 10 in the state. He says it only means they have a big bullseye on them now, but we all know this is a huge honor for Bearcat football. || The Flash Today file photo by RUSSELL HUFFMAN

Here is The Associated Press high school poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, points based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, and the team’s ranking in last week’s poll:

Conference 6A

Others receiving votes: 11, Klein Collins 21. 12, Smithson Valley 6. 13, Amarillo Tascosa 4. 14, Arlington Martin 2. 14, Beaumont West Brook 2. 14, Odessa Permian 2. 14, SA Northside O’Connor 2. 18, San Benito 1.

 

Conference 5A

Others receiving votes: 11, West Mesquite 18. 12, A&M Consolidated 17. 13, Fort Bend Marshall 16. 14, Richmond Foster 15. 15, Colleyville Heritage 12. 16, Hutto 10. 17, Temple 8. 18, Lubbock Coronado 6. 19, Mansfield Lake Ridge 5. 19, College Station 5. 21, Port Neches-Groves 4. 22, Port Arthur Memorial 3. 23, N. Richland Hills 2. 23, Tomball 2. 25, Abilene Cooper 1.

Conference 4A

Others receiving votes: 11, China Spring 12. 12, Kilgore 8. 13, Henderson 7. 14, Graham 5. 15, Wimberley 3. 16, Stephenville 2. 17, Texarkana Pleasant Grove 1. 17, Raymondville 1. 17, Bay City 1. 17, Boerne 1.

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Conference 3A

Others receiving votes: 11, Jefferson 12. 12, Cameron Yoe 10. 12, Yoakum 10. 14, Sonora 9. 15, Eastland 4. 16, Grandview 3. 17, Mount Vernon 2. 17, Big Sandy Harmony 2. 19, Kemp 1. 19, George West 1. 19, Woodville 1.

 

Conference 2A

Others receiving votes: 11, Milano 12. 12, San Augustine 10. 13, Price Carlisle 8. 14, Centerville 7. 15, Iraan 6. 16, Wellington 5. 17, Joaquin 3. 18, Post 2. 19, Shiner 1.

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