Minnesota High School Volleyball Rankings Week 2
There are some changes in the weekly Minnesota Volleyball Coaches Association rankings.
Cannon Falls drops from the top of Class AA to #3 due to split results with Farmington, Tartan, New Life Academy and a loss to Grand Rapids in the Wally Wakefield Invitational at Tartan High School.
Bethlehem Academy lost three matches in a tournamejnt at Apple Valley featuring big schools.
They fell to #3 ranked 4A East Ridge 25-11, 25-17. 4A Also Receiving Votes, Shakopee 25-14, 25-19 and Willmar 25-9, 25-16.
Owatonna had a couple wins in the Southwest Minnesota Challenge in Marshall defeating Bloomington Jefferson and Totino-Grace.
Northfield was in the same tournament and fell to Lakeville South 25-23, 25-18. They achieved a blistering .559 team hitting percentage in a 25-19, 25-12 win over Bloomington Jefferson and clipped Chaska 25-11, 25-21 while connecting at .266.
Waterville-Elysian-Morristown hosted a tournament.
The Cleveland Clippers won the tournament by defeating both Nova Classical Academy and WEM to run their record to 8-0.
Caledonia defeated Stewartville 26-24, 25-18.
New Prague bested Kasson-Mantorville 25-20, 25-19 at Shakopee Invitational.
Class A Rankings
3. Mayer Lutheran
5. Fillmore Central
8. Bethlehem Academy
10. Ada-Borup West
Also Receiving Votes: Kittson County Central, SW MN Christian, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa
1. Pequot Lakes
2. Southwest Christian
3. Cannon Falls
4. Belle Plaine
7. Rush City
10. Sauk Centre
Others Receiving Votes: Nova Classical Academy, Wadena-Deer Creek, Concordia Academy, Legacy Christian
t4. Detroit Lakes
8. Holy Angels
10. St. Peter
Also receiving Votes: Grand Rapids
2. Champlin Park
3. East Ridge
4. Lakeville North
6. Lakeville South
8. New Prague
9. Maple Grove
10. St. Michael-Albertville
Also Receiving Votes: Anoka, Burnsville, Shakopee