The Colorado High School Activities Association announced its weekly fall sports polls on Monday. The polls are listed on the web site.


There was no change in the Class 2A football poll as La Junta remained at the top of the rankings. The Tigers received eight of the 13 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 D'Evelyn, Faith Christian, Berthoud, Pagosa Springs, Aspen and Montezuma-Cortez.

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

Limon continues to lead the rankings, followed by Strasburg, Peyton, Centauri, Burlington, Colorado Springs Christian, Meeker, Wray, Crowley County and Holyoke.

On the "others receiving votes" list are Paonia, Florence, Cornerstone Christian and Highland.

Two Arkansas Valley League teams are in the eight-man poll as Hoehne stayed at No. 3 and Holly fell from eighth to ninth. There are no Southern League teams in the Top 10.

Sedgwick County remains the top-ranked team, followed by West Grand, Hoehne, Caliche, Mancos, Rangely, Sanford, Akron, Holly and Sargent.

Fowler, Pikes Peak Christian and Simla are mentioned as "others receiving votes," along with Norwood, Vail Christian, Dayspring Christian, Merino and Soroco.

Two Southeast League teams are listed in the six-man poll as Kit Carson is still second and Granada remained at No. 9.

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

Cheyenne Wells fell out of the Top 10, but is mentioned as "others receiving votes." Also in this category are Flagler/Hi-Plains, Fleming, Cotopaxi and Genoa-Hugo.


Swink is the only ranked local team in any of the polls as the Lady Lions stayed in the fifth position in Class 2A.

Another Santa Fe League team, Rye, remained at No. 8.

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

Hoehne is listed as "others receiving votes" as are Dayspring Christian, Akron, Highland, Dolores, Limon, Lyons and Paonia.

In class 1A, Kit Carson is the sole team from the High Plains League to be ranked as it is still No. 1. La Veta represents the Fisher's Peak League as it rose from fourth to third. Two Arkansas Valley League teams are ranked as Walsh dropped from sixth to seventh, while Springfield is still ninth.

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

McClave dropped out of the Top 10, but is still listed as "others receiving votes." Also on this list are Dove Creek, Flagler/Hi-Plains and Fleming.

In Class 3A, Colorado Springs Christian and Manitou Springs represent the Tri-Peaks League in the Top 10. Colorado Springs Christian is still sixth, while Manitou Springs rose from eighth to seventh.

Lutheran still tops the rankings, followed by University, Eaton, Alamosa, Platte Valley, Colorado Springs Christian, Manitou Springs, Cedaredge, Faith Christian and Bennett.

Mentioned as "others receiving votes" are Valley, Coal Ridge, Englewood, Middle Park, Sterling and Eagle Ridge Academy.