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Sport shorts: Valley City takes control of Class A football poll

The North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters (NDAPSSA) released the weekly Class AA and Class A football polls Monday evening.

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The North Dakota Associated Press Sportscasters and Sportswriters (NDAPSSA) released the most recent editions of the Class A and Class AA football polls on Monday evening.

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Valley City replaced last week's No. 1 pick, Fargo South, at the top of the Class A poll. The 6-0 Hi-Liners received 14 of the 20 first-place votes for 92 total points. Jamestown and Fargo South, this week's No. 2 and 3 picks, were each awarded three first-place votes.

Valley and Jamestown (5-1) are set to face off on Friday at Valley City's home venue. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

Grand Forks Red River (5-2) wound up in the fourth slot this week while Fargo North's two-game losing streak has dropped the Spartans to the fifth spot.

In the Class AA poll, members distributed 17 first-place votes to Fargo Davies. West Fargo Sheyenne came out as the No. 2 team this week while Mandan (5-1) landed in the third spot.

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Fargo Shanley slid into the fourth spot with 43 points while Legacy was picked fifth with 16 total points. Minot and West Fargo also received votes in this week's poll.

NDAPSSA Football Poll

(First-place votes in parenthesis)

Class A

Team Rec. Pts.

1. Valley City (14) 6-0 92

2. Jamestown (3) 5-1 75

3. Fargo South (3) 4-2 68

4. Grand Forks Red River 5-2 45

5. Fargo North 4-2 19

Others receiving votes: Wahpeton (3-3)

Class AA

Team Rec. Pts.

1. Fargo Davies (17) 5-1 97

2. W.F. Sheyenne (1) 5-1 76

3. Mandan (2) 5-1 63

4. Fargo Shanley 5-1 43

5. Legacy 4-2 16

Others receiving votes: West Fargo (3-3) and Minot (3-3)

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