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Hazen stays at top, Killdeer moves to No. 3

For third straight week, the two-time defending state champion Hazen leads the Class 1A poll. The Bison (3-0) received all 13 first-place votes for 65 points. With a 42-6 win against Central McLean on Friday, Hazen extended its win streak to 22 g...

For third straight week, the two-time defending state champion Hazen leads the Class 1A poll.
The Bison (3-0) received all 13 first-place votes for 65 points. With a 42-6 win against Central McLean on Friday, Hazen extended its win streak to 22 games.
Killdeer jumped one spot to the No. 3 spot after a 51-8 win against New Salem-Almont-Glen Ullin on Friday. The Cowboys are 3-0 and finished runner-up to Hazen during the 2013 Region 4 championship.
In the 9-man polls, the top five teams remained the same.
Cavalier (4-0) stayed at the top spot with 13 first-place votes. Shiloh Christian, which is the only Region 4 team in the top five, is ranked No. 2 and Towner-Granville-Upham is the No. 3-ranked team. LaMoure-LM is ranked No. 4 and Hatton-Northwood rounds out the top five.

Class A Record Pts Pv
1. Hazen (13) 3-0 65 1
2. Oakes 3-0 51 2
3. Killdeer 3-0 34 4
4. Rugby 3-0 22 5
5. Carrington 3-0 11 NR
Others receiving votes: Des Lacs-Burlington (3-0) 5, Hillsboro-Central Valley (3-0) 4, Park River-FL (2-1) 3.

9-Man Record Pts Pv
1. Cavalier (13) 4-0 65 1
2. Shiloh Christian 3-0 49 2
3. TGU 4-0 37 3
4. LaMoure-LM 4-0 22 4
5. Hatton-Northwood 3-0 8 5
Others receiving votes: Westhope-Newburg-Glenburn (4-0) 6, Richland (4-0) 4, Grant County-Flasher (4-0) 3, St. John (4-0) 1.

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