The Minnesota Associated Press weekly High School Football Rankings are out with a few changes following six games.

The end of the regular season comes quickly next week with two regular season games left.  There are games on Thursday, October 13, 2022, Friday, October 14, 2022 and a majority of final games Wednesday. October 19. 2022.

Thursday night on KDHL 920 AM, 97.9 FM, FREE KDHL app you can hear the Kenyon-Wanamingo Knights at Randolph with Randy Sobrack on the call beginning approximately 6:445 p.m.

I'll have the Faribault Falcons game on POWER 96 Radio, 95.9 FM, FREE POWER 96 app Thursday, October 13, 2022.  The Falcons host the Mankato East Cougars.  Coverage begins approximately 6:45 p.m.

Friday, October 14, 2022 the KDHL featured game is Cannon Falls Homecoming game with Pine Island at John Burch Park.  Coverage starts with yours truly at 6:45 p.m. on KDHL 920AM, 97.9 FM, FREE KDHL app.

Rankings based on the votes of media members across Minnesota.


1. Maple Grove

2. Rosemount 

3. Stillwater

4. Shakopee

5. Eden Prairie

6. Lakeville South 

7. Prior Lake

8. Centennial

9. Forest Lake

10. Woodbury

Also receiving votes: Minnetonka, East Ridge, White Bear Lake.


1. Mankato West

2. St. Thomas Academy

3. Elk River

4. Robbinsdale Armstrong

5. St. Francis

6. Mahtomedi

7. Chanhassen

8. Rochester Mayo 

9. Sauk Rapids-Rice

10. Waconia

Also receiving votes: Andover, St. Paul Harding/Humboldt, Bloomington Kennedy, Spring Lake Park.


1. Stewartville 

2. Hutchinson

3. Simley

4. Mound Westonka

5. Becker

6. Marshall

7. Grand Rapids

8. North Branch

9. Willmar

10. Rocori

Also receiving votes: Holy Angels,Winona, Princeton.


1. Esko

2. Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton

3. Dassel-Cokato

4. Rochester Lourdes 

5. Cannon Falls 

6. Waseca 

7. Milaca

8. Watertown-Mayer 

9. Minneapolis Henry

10. New London-Spicer

Also receiving votes: Plainview-Elgin-Millville, Pierz, Pequot Lakes.


1. Chatfield 

2. Minneapolis North

3. Barnesville

4. Jackson County Central

5. Caledonia 

6. Eden Valley-Watkins

7. Kimball Area

8. St. Clair/Mankato Loyola 

9. Pipestone Area

10. Blue Earth Area

Also receiving votes: Concordia Academy, Rush City, West Central Area/Ashby, St. Agnes, Osakis.



2. Lester Prairie

3. Mahnomen/Waubun

4. Fillmore Central 

5. Deer River

6. Mayer Lutheran 

7. Minneota

8. Martin Co. West

9. Lakeview

(tie) New York Mills

Also receiving votes: Dawson-Boyd, Rushford-Peterson, Ottertail Central, Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop.


1. Wheaton/Herman-Norcross

2. Lanesboro

3. Fertile Beltrami

4. Mountain Iron-Buhl

5. Verndale

6. Spring Grove 

7. Renville County West

8. Kittson Co. Central

9. Hancock

10. Cherry

Also receiving votes: Nevis, Mabel-Canton, Warren-Alvarado-Oslo.

The panel of media voters includes: Gary Gionbetti, Mesabi Tribune; Jace Frederick, St. Paul Pioneer Press; Randy Shaver, KARE-11 TV; Chad Courrier, Mankato Free Press; Brian Jerzak, Prep; Joe Brown, West Central Tribune, Willmar; Pat Ruff and Alex VandenHouten, Rochester Post Bulletin; Ron Haggstrom, Star Tribune; David La Vaque, Star Tribune; Jim Paulsen, Star Tribune.

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