The Colorado High School Activities Association announced it final football and volleyball polls of the season on Monday. The rankings are posted on the web site.


The La Junta High School football team stayed on top of the Class 2A poll. The Tigers received four of 12 first-place votes.

Following the Tigers are Platte Valley, Resurrection Christian, Bayfield, Salida, Rifle, Basalt, Kent Denver, Eaton and Aspen.

Listed as "others receiving votes" are D'Evelyn, Faith Christian, Delta and Pagosa Springs.

After losing to Peyton last Friday, Crowley County dropped from ninth to 10th on the Class 1A poll.

Peyton remained at No. 2.

Limon is ranked first, followed by Peyton, Strasburg, Meeker, Florence, Colorado Springs Christian, Burlington, Centauri, Holyoke and Crowley County.

On the "others receiving votes" list are Paonia, Highland, Platte Canyon and Wray.

Two Arkansas Valley League teams are on the eight-man Top 10. Hoehne stayed at No. 3, while Holly rose from 10th to ninth.

Sedgwick County is still ranked first, followed by West Grand, Hoehne, Caliche, Rangely, Mancos, Sargent, Akron, Holly and Sanford.

Fowler is mentioned as "others receiving votes". Pikes Peak Christian is the only Southern League team listed and it is on the same list.

Others listed are Vail Christian, Merino and Norwood.

Three Southeast League teams on on the six-man Top 10. Kit Carson is still second, Cheyenne Wells remained No. 8 and Granada stayed at No. 9.

Stratton/Liberty is ranked first, followed by Kit Carson, Peetz, Arickaree/Woodlin, Prairie, Otis, Mountain Valley, Cheyenne Wells, Granada and Idalia.

Manzanola is listed as "others receiving votes," along with Fleming, Flagler/Hi-Plains and North Park.


Two local volleyball teams are in polls as Swink is still fifth on the Class 2A poll, while McClave reentered the Class 1A poll at No. 10.

Another Santa Fe League team, Rye, rose from seventh to sixth.

Yuma stayed at the top of the Class 2A rankings, followed by Meeker, Denver Christian, Wiggins, Swink, Rye, Del Norte, Union Colony, Simla and Vail Mountain.

Hoehne is mentioned as "others receiving votes," as are Lyons, Akron, Dayspring Christian and Dolores.

Another High Plains League team, Kit Carson, is still the top-ranked team. La Veta, from the Fisher's Peak League, is still third, while Walsh from the Arkansas Valley League dropped from sixth to seventh.

Following Kit Carson are Otis, La Veta, Weldon Valley, DeBeque, Merino, Walsh, Briggsdale, Dove Creek and McClave.

On the "others receiving votes" list are Flagler/Hi-Plains, Fleming, Sangre de Cristo, Springfield, Aguilar and Elbert.

Two Tri-Peaks League teams are on the Class 3A poll. Colorado Springs Christian stayed at No. 6, while Manitou Springs is still seventh.

Lutheran is still ranked first, followed by Platte Valley, University, Alamosa, Eaton, Colorado Springs Christian, Manitou Springs, Faith Christian, Cedaredge and Middle Park.

Lamar is mentioned as "others receiving votes", as are Valley, Bennett, Englewood, Sterling and Coal Ridge.