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Lakeside Lutheran remains 9th among medium-sized schools in AP state football poll

Lakeside Lutheran remains 9th among medium-sized schools in AP state football poll


The Lakeside Lutheran football team was ranked ninth in this week’s Associated Press state high school football poll.

The Warriors (2-0) didn’t play their scheduled game last Friday at Baraboo after Lakeside Lutheran shifted to virtual learning last Thursday and canceled activities through the weekend due to positive COVID-19 cases. Baraboo was able to reschedule and played Sussex Hamilton on Saturday, dropping a one-point decision.

Lakeside Lutheran was tied for ninth last week.

Lake Mills (2-1) led the honorable-mention group and was 11th  overall among the medium-sized schools.

Hartland Lake Country Lutheran moved to No. 1 among the medium-sized schools, after previously top-ranked Waukesha Catholic Memorial lost to Menomonee Falls, third in the large-school division. Catholic Memorial dropped to sixth.

Muskego remained top-ranked among the large schools.

Edgar stayed atop the poll for the small schools.

Among region teams, Mineral Point (3-0) was third. However, the Mineral Point school board decided this week to close and shift to virtual learning starting Wednesday and suspended regular-season sports (for two weeks), including football. Postseason play will be permitted. 

Darlington (1-0) remained sixth.




The weekly Associated Press state high school football poll, including first-place votes in parentheses, season record, total points and last week’s ranking, as voted upon by a statewide panel of sports writers. Teams are arranged in three divisions of equal size, based on current enrollment.

LARGE SCHOOLS (900-higher)

Rank, school;W-L;Pts:LW

1, Muskego (10)*3-0*100*1

2, Franklin*3-0*89*2

3, Menomonee Falls*3-0*81*3

4, Whitefish Bay*3-0*61 7*

5, Milwaukee Marquette*2-0*60*6

6, Schofield D.C. Everest*3-0*45*9

7, Hartland Arrowhead*2-1*37*NR

8, Mukwonago*2-1*25*4

9, Hartford*2-1*14*8

10, Burlington*2-0*13*NR

Others receiving votes: Kenosha Bradford 9; Kaukauna 5; Brookfield Central 4; Hortonville 2; Waterford 2; Waukesha West 2;River Falls 1.


Rank, school;W-L;Pts:LW

1, Hartland Lake Country Luth. (9)*3-0*95*2

2, Appleton Xavier (1)*3-0*83*3

3, Grafton*3-0*73*4

4, Freedom*3-0*59*5

5, Wrightstown*3-0*55p*6

6, Waukesha Catholic Mem*2-1*51*1

7, Stratford*3-0*50*7

8, Amherst*3-0*35*pT9

9, Lakeside Lutheran*2-0*14*T9

10, Medford*3-0*11*NR

Others receiving votes: Lake Mills 9; Kohler/Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 8; Greendale Martin Luther 3; Maple Northwestern 3; Two Rivers 1.

SMALL SCHOOLS (300-smaller)

Rank, school;W-L;Pts:LW

1, Edgar (8)*3-0*98*1

2, Eau Claire Regis*(2) 3-0*86*2

3, Mineral Point*3-0*80*3

4, Oshkosh Lourdes*3-0*70*4

5, Racine Lutheran*3-0*61*5

6, Darlington*1-0*40*6

7 (tie), Cumberland*3-0*34*9

7 (tie), Iola-Scandinavia*3-0*34*10

9, Potosi/Cassville*2-0*13*NR

10, Colby*3-0*10*NR

Others receiving votes: Hilbert 7; Reedsville 6; Cedar Grove-Belgium 4; Brillion 2; Grantsburg 2; Hurley 2; Manawa Little Wolf 1.

AP poll edited and formatted by Art Kabelowsky. 

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Jon Masson covers high school sports for the Wisconsin State Journal. He has covered a variety of sports — including the Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin men's and women's basketball and volleyball — since he first came to the State Journal in 1999.

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