The Colorado High School Activities Association released its weekly fall sports polls on Monday. The rankings are posted on the CHSAANow.com web site.

Football

After not playing this past week, the La Junta High School football team remained in the No. 1 position in the Class 2A poll. The Tigers got 10 out of 16 first-place votes.

Following the Tigers were Platte Valley, Bayfield, Rifle, Resurrection Christian, Basalt, Salida, Eaton, Kent Denver and Berthoud.

Listed as "others receiving votes" are Delta, Alamosa, D'Evelyn, Aspen, Middle Park, Pagosa Springs, Montezuma-Cortez and Englewood.

In the Class 1A poll, Crowley County fell from seventh to ninth despite not playing last Friday.

Another Santa Fe League school, Peyton, rose from fourth to third.

Limon is the new No. 1-ranked team, followed by Strasburg, Peyton, Centauri, Wray, Burlington, Holyoke, Meeker, Crowley County and Colorado Springs Christian.

In the "others receiving votes" category are Paonia, Olathe, Buena Vista, Florence and Yuma.

In eight-man football, Fowler dropped from eighth to ninth. Two other Arkansas Valley League teams, Hoehne and Holly, remained at fifth and sixth, respectively.

One team from the Southern League, Simla, entered the poll at No. 10.

Sedgwick County is still first, followed by West Grand, Mancos, Caliche, Hoehne, Holly, Rangely, Sanford, Fowler and Simla.

Mentioned as "others receiving votes" are Merino, Sargent, Akron, Norwood, Soroco, Custer County and Pikes Peak Christian.

There are no local teams in the six-man poll.

There are three teams from the Southeast League. Kit Carson rose from third to second, Cheyenne Wells dropped from fifth to seventh and Granada debuted at No. 9.

Stratton/Liberty is the top-ranked team, followed by Kit Carson, Otis, Prairie, Idalia, Peetz, Cheyenne Wells, Arickaree/Woodlin, Granada and Mountain Valley.

Manzanola is listed as "others receiving votes," along with Flagler/Hi-Plains, Briggsdale and Genoa-Hugo.

Volleyball

Despite winning three matches last week, Swink fell from third to fourth on the Class 2A poll.

Another Santa Fe League team, Rye, remained in the eighth position.

Yuma is still ranked first, followed by Meeker, Denver Christian, Swink, Wiggins, Union Colony, Del Norte, Rye, Simla and Vail Mountain.

Hoehne is listed as "others receiving votes," as are Dayspring Christian, Highland, Akron, Dawson, Vail Christian and Byers.

Kit Carson is still at the top of the Class 1A rankings. There are two Arkansas Valley League teams in the poll as Walsh rose from seventh to sixth and Springfield enters at No. 10. La Veta represents the Fisher's Peak League and it dropped from second to third.

Following Kit Carson are Otis, La Veta, Briggsdale, Weldon Valley, Walsh, De Beque, Stratton/Liberty, Merino and Springfield.

McClave is mentioned as "others receiving votes," along with Dove Creek, Fleming, Belleview Christian, Eads, Flagler/Hi-Plains, Sangre de Cristo, Genoa-Hugo/Karval and Pikes Peak Christian.

Two Tri-Peaks League teams are in the Class 3A poll. Manitou Springs rose from sixth to seventh and Colorado Springs Christian dropped from seventh to eighth.

Lutheran remains at the top of the rankings, followed by University, Eaton, Platte Valley, Alamosa, Manitou Springs, Colorado Springs Christian, Faith Christian, Cedaredge and Valley.

Lamar and Buena Vista are on the "others receiving votes" list along with Eagle Ridge Academy, Middle Park, Aspen, Coal Ridge, Delta, Sterling, Englewood and Resurrection Christian.

Softball

Rocky Ford moved from 10th to eighth in the Class 3A poll after winning three games last week.

Other Tri-Peaks League teams in the Top 10 include Lamar falling from fifth to sixth and St. Mary's dropping from seventh to ninth.

University is still the top-ranked team, followed by Strasburg, Eaton, Delta, Faith Christian, Lamar, The Academy, Rocky Ford, St. Mary's and Limon.

La Junta is mentioned as "others receiving votes," as are Meeker, Basalt, Sterling, Brush, Fort Lupton and Holyoke.