The Vikings and Muskrats are in on the entire state’s radar after seven weeks.
Marysville (5-2), who waxed Division 2’ previously No. 2-ranked Sterling Heights to the tune of a 48-21 win last Friday, is now ranked No. 10 in Division 4. The Vikings picked up eight points, while first place Country Day (7-0) has 47 points.
After hanging outside of Division 5’s top ten for a few weeks, Algonac (7-0) has finally broke through with a No. 8 ranking. The Muskrats picked up 18 points after beating Almont (6-1) last Friday, who was previously ranked No. 6 in Division 5.
Sandusky is still sitting outside the top ten in Division 7, earning three points in the latest poll. That puts them four points behind No. 10-ranked Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary (6-1).
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