Abilene High Eagles Out of Top 10 for First Time Since September

Abilene High Eagles Out of Top 10 for First Time Since September

For the first time in nearly three months, the Abilene High Eagles are out of the top 10 in the Harris Ratings.
For the first time in nearly three months, the Abilene High Eagles are out of the top 10 in the Harris Ratings.

The Eagles were replaced by North Shore this week despite a win over Arlington Lamar last Friday night.

There are no changes though in Class 3A. The Wylie Bulldogs (#3) held their spot this week after a 56-0 victory over Andrews. There next opponent, Stephenville (#2), also kept their position in the Harris Ratings after a lopsided victory Friday against Kennedale.

In Class 2A Div. II, the Cisco Loboes dropped out of the Top 10 as well this week following their loss to Canadian (#10) in the second round.

The Stamford Bulldogs (#2) in Class A Div. I and Munday Moguls (#1) in Div. I, maintain the spots they've occupied since the beginning of the year. Meanwhile the Albany Lions (#6) dropped two spots in division two despite a 49-25 win over Iraan on Friday. The Goldthwaite Eagles (#8) on the other hand made their debut in the top ten this week in division one.

Class 3A
Wylie Bulldogs (#3)

Class 1A Div. I
Stamford Bulldogs (#2)
Goldthwaite Eagles (#8)

Class 1A Div. II
Munday Moguls (#1)
Albany Lions (#6)
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