The Colorado High School Activities Assocation released its latest fall sports polls on Monday. The rankings are posted on the CHSAANow.com website.
There were no changes at all on the Class 2A poll as La Junta High School remained in the No. 4 position.
The other two Tri-Peaks League schools also had no change as The Classical Academy remained at No. 5 and Salida was in the ninth position.
Kent Denver is still the top-ranked team, followed by Bayfield, Paltte Valley, La Junta, The Classical Academy, Sterling, Faith Christian, Basalt, Salida and Bishop Machebeuf.
Alamosa, Eaton, Aspen and Delta are listed as "others receiving votes."
In Class 1A, Crowley County moved up from the eighth to the seventh position.
Bennett remains at the top of the rankings, followed by Meeker, Centauri, Strasburg, Limon, Paonia, Crowley County, Platte Canyon, Burlington and Peyton.
Mentioned as "others receiving votes" are Clear Creek, Monte Vista, Cornerstone Christian and Colorado Springs Christian.
Fowler stayed at the No. 7 position in the eight-man poll. Another Southern League team, Hoehne, rose from fourth to third. Holly represents the Southeast League and it remained at No. 6.
Sedgwick County is still the top-ranked team, followed by West Grand, Hoehne, Merino, Haxton, Holly, Fowler, Gilpin County, Mancos and Sargent.
McClave is on the "others receiving votes" list, as are Dayspring Christian, Caliche, Hayden, Soroco, Rocky Mountain Lutheran and Springfield.
No local teams are in the six-man Top 10. However, the Southeast League is well-represented as Cheyenne Wells rose from fifth to fourth and Kit Carson rose from seventh to sixth.
Stratton/Liberty stayed in the No. 1 position, followed by Prairie, Peetz, Cheyenne Wells, Otis, Kit Carson, La Veta, North Park, Genoa-Hugo and Fleming.
Cotopaxi and Sierra Grande both received votes.
Two local high school volleyball teams are in their respective polls as Swink dropped from fifth to sixth in Class 2A and McClave rose from eighth to sixth in Class 1A.
One other Santa Fe League team is in the Class 2A rankings as Hoehne stayed in the fourth position.
Yuma is ranked first, followed by Dayspring Christian, Lyons, Hoehne, Simla, Swink, Union Colony, Denver Christian, Dolores and Haxtun.
Fowler is mentioned as "others receiving votes," along with Paonia, Wiggins, Ignacio, Meeker and Rangely.
Kit Carson also represents the High Plains League in Class 1A and it is at the top of the rankings. Holly and Wiley represent the Arkansas Valley League in the fourth and fifth positions, respectively. La Veta represents the Fisher's Peak League and it is the third position.
Following Kit Carson are Fleming, La Veta, Holly, Wiley, McClave, Otis, Briggsdale, Flagler/Hi-Plains and Prairie.
Eads is listed as "others receiving votes" as are Belleview Christian, Arickaree and Weldon Valley.
Lamar is the Tri-Peaks League's sole representative in the Class 3A poll and it dropped from sixth to eighth.
Eaton is ranked first, followed by University, Lutheran, Centauri, Faith Christian, Coal Ridge, Resurrection Christian, Lamar, Valley and Middle Park.
In the "others receiving votes" category are Bishop Machebeuf, Buena Vista, Bennett, Sterling, Bennett, Bayfield, Pagosa Springs and Vanguard.