Plenty of movement in this week's KSL Coaches' Poll

Plenty of movement in this week's KSL Coaches' Poll

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SALT LAKE CITY -- The upsets keep coming each week in Utah high school football and it shows in this week's KSL Coaches' Poll.

In 5A, Lone Peak's loss at Alta has allowed Davis to make their move into the poll for the first time this season. The Darts have won five straight games since losing their opener at Brighton and move all the way to No. 4. Bingham, Pleasant Grove, and Brighton remain in the top three while Alta rounds out the poll at No. 5.

Jordan, Lone Peak and Cottonwood all received votes.

In 4A, the Bountiful Braves continue to win close games and remain a unanimous pick at No. 1. Mountain Crest and Timpview held on to their spots at No. 2 and No. 3 respectively. The big change comes at No. 4 and No. 5. Pine View and Ogden dropped out of the poll after losing Friday. They are replaced by Springville and Sky View.

Spanish Fork, Provo, and Bonneville all received votes in 4A.

No surprise in 3A as Juan Diego continues to be a unanimous choice at No. 1. The defending state champions extended the state's longest win streak to 20 games with a win over Grantsville. Hurricane stunned 4A Pine View in overtime Friday which was enough to vault them to No. 2 this week. Wasatch and Park City tied for third while Morgan re-enters the poll after a 17-14 win at Bear River.

The Bears and the Cedar Redmen all received votes from the 3A coaches. This week features a matchup between top ranked teams when No. 5 Morgan hosts No. 3 Park City on Thursday.

After defeating top ranked South Summit on Friday 21-17, San Juan returns to No. 1 in 2A. South Sevier is not far behind at No. 2. The Rams are enjoying their best season in school history and are the only undefeated team left in the classification. South Summit falls to No. 3 while Enterprise and Millard round out the top five.

Kanab received votes in the poll.

In 1A, Rich continues to hold on to the top spot followed by Duchesne, Milford, Monticello, and Altamont. The No. 1 Rebels host No. 3 Milford on Wednesday.


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