Indians Ranked for the First Time, Harris Ranks Ten Big Country Schools

Published 10/07 2013 09:56PM

Updated 10/07 2013 10:13PM

This week a total of ten Big Country high school football teams are ranked, and for the first time this season the Comanche Indians are among them.

None of the Big Country Class 5A or Class 3A schools found their way into this week's top 25 by Harris Ratings. One team from the "Little Southwest Conference" did find their way into the Class 5A top 25 this week with district leading San Angelo Central coming in at number twenty.

In Class 2A Div. I is where you find the 25th ranked Comanche Indians, who make the cut for the first time this week after a 2-0 start in district. The Eastland Mavericks remain the highest ranked Big Country school in division one at number nine. The Bangs Dragons hold strong this week at number 23.

In division two, the Cisco Loboes once again remain in the top five at number two with district play right around the corner.

A total of six Big Country schools are ranked in Class 1A. The highest ranked of them all is the Stamford Bulldogs, who this week come in at number three. District rival Anson isn't far behind at number five this week. Meanwhile the Goldthwaite Eagles drop a couple spots to number 15 despite a win over winters last Friday night.

The Albany Lions are the highest ranked team from the Big Country in division two at number six. Hamlin comes in at number 17 after a win over Ranger last week. The Munday Moguls stay inside the top 25 at number 21 this week as well.

Here the rankings for all the Big Country teams:

Class 2A Div. I
9) Eastland Mavericks
23) Bangs Dragons
25) Comanche Indians

Class 2A Div. II
2) Cisco Loboes

Class 1A Div. I
3) Stamford Bulldogs
5) Anson Tigers
15) Goldthwaite Eagles

Class 1A Div. II
6) Albany Lions
17)Hamlin Pied Pipers
21) Munday Moguls

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