Few changes in KSL High School Coaches' Poll

Few changes in KSL High School Coaches' Poll

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SALT LAKE CITY -- Few changes in this week's KSL High School Coaches' Poll.

All five No. 1 teams held on to the top spot in this week's KSL Coaches Poll.

A loss on Labor Day to Texas powerhouse Euless Trinity didn't change the opinion of coaches around the state that Bingham is still No. 1 in 5A.

Alta, Pleasant Grove, Brighton and Syracuse continue to remain in the top five.

In 4A, Bountiful continues to dominate their opponents and hold on to the top spot. This week's big mover was Springville who moved up to No. 3 thanks to a 3-0 start. Mountain Crest moved back up to No. 2 while Timpview fell to No. 4 and Pine View No. 5.

In 3A, Juan Diego was a unanimous No. 1 choice as they currently hold the state's longest win streak at 17 games. They face a tough test this week when they host 4A No. 3 Springville.

The biggest shake up in the poll after week three was in 3A. Park City returned to the top five and moved all the way up to No. 2 after a big win over then 4th ranked Delta. Wasatch upset win over Morgan earned them a spot at No. 4. Hurricane comes in at No. 3 while Desert Hills makes their first appearance in the poll thanks to a 3-0 start.

In 2A, San Juan is a unanimous No. 1 choice by 2A coaches. The Broncos have won their first three games by an average of 29 points. Right behind them is South Summit who faces a tough test this Friday when they host Delta. South Sevier, Millard, and Grand round out the top five.

The 1A poll remains exactly the same with Rich claiming the No. 1 spot.

E-mail: jjensen@ksl.com

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