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MSU, Texoma High Schools Move Up Football Rankings

Midwestern State Football is climbing in the polls once again this week.

After their second straight dominating win in New Mexico, the Mustangs are up to Number 12 in this week's Division II Coaches' Poll.

However, they still are looking up at three Lone Star Conference teams, as Abilene Christian and Texas A&M-Kingsville are #5 and #6, respectively, and West Texas A&M comes in at #9 after destroying Southwestern Oklahoma, MSU's next opponent.

Staying with the rankings, this week's High School Football Poll is out for the state of Texas, with four Texoma teams receiving mention.

In Class 3A, the Graham Steers got three votes after their upset win at previously #9 Abilene Wylie to move back on to the list, tied for #20.

Also in 3A, the Bowie Jackrabbits got their first vote of the year, good enough for a tie for 24th.

In Class A, the Archer City Wildcats are just outside the state's Top Ten, at #11, and Seymour is up to a season-high 4 votes this week.

Three Texoma teams will be facing AP-ranked teams this week, as #17 Bowie faces a Breckenridge team that also received a vote in the 2A poll, Holliday faces a Stamford team receiving enough votes for 14th in Class A, and Burkburnett will have a tall task in search of their first win against the 5th-ranked team in 3A, the Argyle Eagles.

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