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Bison stays No. 1, Cowboys No. 4 in Class 1A

By The Press Staffsports@thedickinsonpress.com For the second straight week, the two-time defending Class 1A state champions Hazen is at the top of the poll. The Bison (2-0) received all 14 first-place votes for 70 points. Killdeer (2-0) defeated...

By The Press Staff
sports@thedickinsonpress.com
For the second straight week, the two-time defending Class 1A state champions Hazen is at the top of the poll.
The Bison (2-0) received all 14 first-place votes for 70 points. Killdeer (2-0) defeated Heart River 38-15 on Saturday to maintain its No. 4 rank in Class 1A. The Cowboys received 21 points.
Killdeers continues its season traveling to New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin at 6 p.m. Friday. Hazen travels to Central McLean at 6 p.m.
In the 9-man poll, Cavalier stayed at the top spot with 14 first-place votes and 70 points.
Shiloh Christian is the only Region 4 with the No. 2 rank for 52 points. The Skyhawks are 2-0.
For the second straight week, Grant County-Flasher (3-0) received votes in the 9-man poll.

Class A Record Pts Pv
1. Hazen (14) 2-0 70 1
2. Oakes 2-0 49 2T
3. Park River-FL 2-0 44 2T
4. Killdeer 2-0 21 4
5. Rugby 2-0 18 5
Others receiving votes: Des Lacs-Burlington (2-0) 4, Carrington (2-0) 3, Hillsboro-Central Valley (2-0) 1.

9-Man Record Pts Pv
1. Cavalier (14) 3-0 70 1
2. Shiloh Christian 2-0 52 2
3. TGU 3-0 44 3
4. LaMoure-LM 3-0 22 4
5. Hatton-Northwood 3-0 8 5
Others receiving votes: Grant County-Flasher (3-0) 5, Richland (3-0) 3, St. John (3-0) 3, Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn (3-0) 3.

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