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Sport shorts: State champs top Class A, AA football polls

The North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters (NDAPSSA) released the associations second Class A and Class AA football poll on Monday evening.

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The North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters (NDAPSSA) released the associations second Class A and Class AA football poll on Monday evening.

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With a convincing 28-12 win over Grand Forks Red River on Friday, NDAPSSA members put 2021 Class A state champs Jamestown, in the No. 1 spot of the Class A poll this week.

The Jays collected 15 of 17 first place votes for 83 total points.

Fargo North kept the No. 2 spot and the Spartans doubled up on first-place votes, collecting two, compared to one last week.

Dickinson, Fargo South and Grand Forks Red River rounded out the top-five teams.

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Wahpeton, Devils Lake, Grand Forks Central and West Fargo Horace were the four other teams receiving votes.

In the Class AA poll, members picked West Fargo Sheyenne as the favorite. The Mustangs racked up 16 of the first-place votes. The members No. 4 pick, West Fargo, earned the last vote.

Bismarck Century dropped all the way to the fifth spot while Mandan pushed West Fargo out of the No. 2 spot. Fargo Shanley cleaned up the third slot.

NDAPSSA Football Poll

(First-place votes in parenthesis)

Second poll

Class A

Team Rec. Pts.

1. Jamestown (15) 1-0 83 1

2. Fargo North (2) 2-0 68 2

3. Dickinson 1-0 48 3

4. Fargo South 1-0 37 5

5. Grand Forks Red River 1-1 10 4

Others receiving votes: Wahpeton (1-0)

Class AA

Second poll

Team Rec. Pts.

1. West Fargo Sheyenne (16) 1-0 84 1

2. Mandan 1-0 61 3

3. Fargo Shanley 1-0 47 4

4. West Fargo (1) 1-0 33 RV

5. Bismarck Century 0-1 16 2

Others receiving votes: Fargo Davies (0-1) and Minot High (1-0)

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