Sioux Falls Lincoln gave Harrisburg a run as part of President's Bowl last weekend, but was it enough to boost the Patriots up the rankings?

Lincoln fell to Harrisburg 35-28 after pushing the Tigers throughout the game. Lincoln is now 2-1 on the season, but the performance on Friday night wasn't enough to propel them up the rankings for this week. Lincoln stayed at #4, while Harrisburg remains the team to beat in 11AAA.

Other notables in 11AAA include Jefferson jumping from #5 to #3 after a 48-32 win over Rapid City Stevens, Washington entering the top-five after demolishing O'Gorman 24-0, and collectively O'Gorman and Roosevelt both being outside of the top-five for the first time in what seems like forever.

Tea Area remains the favorite in 11AA after a 36-0 win over Huron. The Titans have outscored their last two opponents 88-0. Canton is still the favorite in Class 11A after a 49-6 win over Custer.

The South Dakota Prep Media football polls for the week of Sept. 13 are listed below, ranking the top-five teams in each class. First-place votes received are indicated in parentheses.

Class 11AAA

  1. Harrisburg (18) 3-0 94 1
  2. Brandon Valley (1) 3-0 77 2
  3. Jefferson 2-1 45 5
  4. Lincoln 2-1 37 4
  5. Washington 2-1 27 RV

Receiving votes: O’Gorman 3, Roosevelt 1, Stevens 1.

Class 11AA

  1. Tea Area (16) 3-0 91 1
  2. Pierre (2) 2-1 69 2
  3. Aberdeen Central 3-0 66 3
  4. Yankton 2-1 32 4
  5. Brookings 2-1 25 RV

Receiving votes: Watertown 2.

Class 11A

  1. Canton (17) 3-0 93 1
  2. Madison (2) 3-0 77 2
  3. Dell Rapids  2-1 44 3
  4. SF Christian 3-0 41 4
  5. Lennox 3-0 28 5

Receiving votes: West Central 2.

Class 11B

  1. Winner (19) 4-0 115 1
  2. Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan 2-1 60 3
  3. Sioux Valley 2-1 58 2
  4. Aberdeen Roncalli 4-0 45 4
  5. McCook Cent./Montrose 3-0 16 RV

Receiving votes: Woonsocket/Wess. Springs/Sanborn Central 6, Elk Point-Jefferson 2, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 2, Wagner 1.

Class 9AA

  1. Hanson (17) 3-0 92 2
  2. Garretson 3-1 67 3
  3. Platte-Geddes (2) 2-1 43 1
  4. Florence/Henry 4-0 35 5
  5. Chester Area 3-1 18 4

Receiving votes: Parkston 11, Canistota/Freeman 7, Lyman 5, Hamlin 4, Timber Lake 3.

Class 9A

  1. De Smet (17) 4-0 93 1
  2. Howard (2) 4-0 76 2
  3. Herreid/Selby Area 4-0 53 3
  4. Wolsey-Wessington 2-1 31 4
  5. Wall 4-0 27 5

Receiving votes: Castlewood 3, Gregory 1, Kadoka Area 1.

Class 9B

  1. Gayville-Volin (13) 3-0 82 1
  2. Faulkton Area (2) 3-1 72 2
  3. Avon (2) 3-0 55 4
  4. Harding Co./Bison (2) 2-1 52 3
  5. Potter County 3-1 20 NR

Receiving votes: Hitchcock-Tulare 3, Sully Buttes 1.

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