The Colorado High School Activities Association announced it’s weekly fall sports polls on Monday. The rankings are posted on the web site.


After a win last Friday, the La Junta High School football team remained the top-ranked team in the Class 2A poll. The Tigers received six of the 11 first place votes.

Following La Junta are Platte Valley, Rifle, Bayfield, Resurrection Christian, Basalt, Salida, Eaton, Kent Denver and Delta.

Listed as “others receiving votes” are Pagosa Springs, Berthoud, D’Evelyn, Alamosa, Faith Christian and Aspen.

In Class 1A, Crowley County rose from ninth to sixth. Another Santa Fe League team, Peyton, dropped from third to fourth.

Limon is ranked first, followed by Strasburg, Centauri, Peyton, Burlington, Cowley County, Meeker, Wray, Holyoke and Colorado Springs Christian.

Mentioned as “others receiving votes” are Paonia, Olathe, Buena Vista, Florence and Platte Canyon.

In the eight-man poll, Fowler dropped out of the Top 10 after losing to Hoehne. Hoehne rose from fifth to third, while Holly dropped from sixth to eighth.

Sedgwick County remains at the top of the rankings, followed by West Grand, Hoehne, Caliche, Mancos, Sanford, Rangely, Holly, Akron and Sargent.

Fowler is listed as “others receiving votes,” as are Pikes Peak Christian, Soroco, Merino and Norwood.

The six-man poll has Kit Carson still the second-ranked team.Cheyenne wells dropped from seventh to eighth while Granada stayed at No. 9.

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

In the “others receiving votes” category are Flagler/Hi-Plains, Briggsdale, Fleming and Cotopaxi.


Swink dropped from fourth to fifth in the Class 2A poll. Another Santa Fe League team, Rye, stayed in the eighth position.

Yuma is still at the top of the rankings, followed by Meeker, Wiggins, Denver Christian, Swink, Del Norte, Union Colony, Rye, Vail Mountain and Simla.

Hoehne is mentioned as “others receiving votes,” along with Dawson, Dayspring Christian and Akron.

In Class 1A, McClave returned to the rankings in the No. 10 position. Another High Plains League team, Kit Carson, is still ranked first. La Veta, from the Fisher’s Peak League, dropped from third to fourth, while two Arkansas Valley teams are ranked. Walsh stayed at No. 6 and Springfield rose from 10th to ninth.

Following Kit Carson are Otis, Weldon Valley, La Veta, Briggsdale, Walsh, Merino, DeBeque, Springfield and McClave.

Eads is in the “others receiving votes” list, along with Stratton/Liberty, Sangre de Cristo, Dove Creek, Flagler/Hi-Plains and Fleming.

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

Lutheran is still the No. 1 team, followed by University, Eaton, Alamosa, Platte Valley, Colorado Springs Christian, Faith Christian, Manitou Springs, Valley and Cedaredge.

La Junta, Lamar and Buena Vista are listed as “others receiving votes.” Also in this category are Middle Park, Eagle Ridge Academy, Bennett, Coal Ridge, Englewood, Resurrection Christian, Sterling and Jefferson Academy.


Rocky Ford is one of three Tri-Peaks League teams in the Class 3A Top 10 as it rose from eighth to seventh. Lamar remained at No. 6 and St. Mary’s is still ranked ninth.

Lutheran continues to be the top-ranked team, followed by Eaton, Strasburg, Delta, Faith Christian, Lamar, Rocky Ford, The Academy, St. Mary’s and Limon.

Listed as “others receiving votes” are Meeker, Fort Lupton, Sterling and Holyoke.