N-G football Top 10: Broncos still No. 1

N-G football Top 10: Broncos still No. 1


The second season begins in five or six days, depending when the playoff-bound area schools schedule their first postseason game. As usual, the area will be well-represented in the playoffs.


1. Cerro Gordo (1) 9-0
n Closest win, 26-21, Week 1 vs. Lena-Winslow

2. Bismarck-H. (2) 9-0
n Closest win, 17-15, Week 3 vs. Milford/Cissna Park

3. Mahomet-S. (3) 8-1
n Bulldogs averaging 38.0 points per game

4. Monticello (6) 8-1
n Lone loss, 7-0, Week 7 vs. Unity

5. St. Joseph-O. (4) 7-2
n Both losses to 9-0 teams, the first by a one-point margin

6. Unity (5) 7-2
n Rockets followed each loss with a shutout win

7. Salt Fork (7) 8-1
n Lone loss by three points to Bismarck-Henning

8. Argenta-Oreana (8) 7-2
n Bombers averaging 40.0 points per game

9. GCMS (10) 7-2
n 4-0 in games settled by six points or less

10. A-L/A-H (9) 7-2
n Both losses to 9-0 area teams

NEAR MISSES: Fisher, Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman, Milford/Cissna Park, St. Thomas More, Tuscola, Villa Grove/Heritage



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