Sport shorts: Kindred, LaMoure/LM earn top spots in football polls

The North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (NDAPSSA) announced its second football poll Wednesday evening.

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JAMESTOWN — No one seems to be dismantling the 2021 defending state football champs so far this football season.

Kindred has retained the No. 1 spot in the North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriter Association (NDAPSS) poll . The second edition of the poll was released on Wednesday evening.

The 2-0 Vikings picked up 11 of 16 first place votes to come out on top with 73 points. Langdon/AEM defended the No. 2 spot with 69 points.

Oakes (2-0) was not ranked in the top-five but the Tornadoes received votes.

In the 9-man standings LaMoure/LM took the top-spot. LLM collected all 16 first place votes. New Salem-Almont, Cavalier, May-Port-C-G and North Star rounded out the top-five. All the ranked 9-man teams are undefeated.


NDAPSSA Football Poll
(First-place votes in parenthesis)
Class B 11-man
Second poll
Team Rec. Pts.
1. Kindred (11) 2-0 73
2. Langdon Area EM (5) 2-0 69
3. Velva/Drake/Anamoose/Garrison 2-0 37
4. Dickinson Trinity 2-0 30
5. Shiloh Christian 2-0 14
Others: Thompson (2-0), Hillsboro/Central Valley (1-1), Oakes (2-0), Central Cass (1-1)

Second poll
Team Rec. Pts.
1. LaMoure/LM (16) 2-0 80
2. New Salem-Almont 2-0 51
3. Cavalier 2-0 47
4. May-Port-C-G 2-0 42
5. North Star 2-0 6
Others: North Prairie (2-0),South Border (2-0) Divide County (2-0), Nelson County (2-0

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