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Trojans Move Up in AP Poll

The Windthorst Trojans jumped up two spots in the latest AP Texas high school football poll.

Their 46-0 win at Petrolia Friday, coupled with a few losses by teams ahead of them, moved them from 10th to 8th.

They are still the only Texoma team receiving votes.

Here is the full Texas AP High School Football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, points based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, and the team's ranking in last week's poll:

Class 5A                
School                          Total Points  Prv
 1. Allen (19)           (5-0)  234  1   
 2. Katy (2)             (4-0)  211  2   
 3. DeSoto (2)           (5-0)  182  4   
 4. Euless Trinity (1)   (5-0)  177  3   
 5. Cibolo Steele        (5-0)  137  5   
 6. Coppell              (5-0)  110  6   
 7. Southlake Carroll    (5-0)  78   7   
 8. Converse Judson      (5-0)  76   8   
 9. Arlington Martin     (4-0)  61   9   
10. Dallas Skyline       (4-0)  24  
      
Others receiving votes: 11, Longview 19. 12, Galena Park North Shore 5. 13, Port Arthur Memorial 2. 13, Round Rock Westwood 2. 15, The Woodlands 1. 15, Klein Collins 1.

Class 4A                  
School                            Total Points  Prv
 1. Lake Travis (24)       (5-0)  240  1   
 2. Denton Ryan            (5-0)  203  2   
 3. Brenham                (4-0)  185  3   
 4. Smithson Valley        (5-0)  150  4   
 5. Dallas Highland Park   (4-0)  136  5   
 6. Port Lavaca Calhoun    (5-0)  111  6   
 7. Manvel                 (5-0)  83   8   
 8. Cedar Park             (4-1)  64   7   
 9. Pearland Dawson        (5-0)  63   10  
10. Stephenville           (4-1)  44   9   
      
Others receiving votes: 11, Rosenberg Terry 11. 12, Aledo 8. 13, Angleton 5. 13, Montgomery 5. 15, Hewitt Midway 4. 15, FW Arlington Heights 4. 17, La Marque 1. 17, Corsicana 1. 17,  Wolfforth Frenship 1. 17, Mesquite Poteet 1.

Class 3A                    
School                               Total Points  Prv
 1. Tyler Chapel Hill (15)   (5-0)   227  1   
 2. Wimberley (5)            (4-0)   207  2   
 3. Henderson (4)            (5-0)   196  3   
 4. Coldspring-Oakhurst      (5-0)   172  5   
 5. Gilmer                   (5-0)   145  6   
 6. Celina                   (4-0)   123  7   
 7. Alvarado                 (4-0)   77   9   
 8. West Columbia            (5-0)   71   10  
 9. SA Houston               (5-0)   23  
10. Argyle                   (4-1)   18   4   
      
Others receiving votes: 11, Lindale 17. 12, Carthage 13. 13, Waco La Vega 10. 14, Navasota 4. 14, Ingleside 4. 14, Snyder 4. 17, Giddings 2. 17, Sanger 2. 19, Smithville 1. 19, Prosper 1. 19,
Gonzales 1. 19, Devine 1. 19, Van 1.

Class 2A           
School                      Total Points  Prv
 1. Refugio (18)    (4-0)   232  1   
 2. Godley (4)      (5-0)   213  2   
 3. Schulenburg     (4-0)   188  3   
 4. Idalou          (3-1)   151  4   
 5. Hempstead (1)   (4-0)   134  6   
 6. Tatum (1)       (3-1)   109  7   
 7. New Boston      (4-1)   89   8   
 8. Rogers          (5-0)   74   10  
 9. Wall            (5-0)   40  
10. Daingerfield    (3-2)   28   5   
      
Others receiving votes: 11, Newton 15. 12, Corsicana Mildred 13. 13, Crockett 9. 14, Sonora 8. 15, Mineola 6. 16, Lago Vista 5. 17, Arp 2. 17, Muleshoe 2. 19, Poth 1. 19, Melissa 1.

Class 1A         
School                    Total Points  Prv
 1. Ganado (20)   (5-0)   236  1   
 2. Tenaha (3)    (5-0)   214  2   
 3. Mason (1)     (4-0)   191  3   
 4. Muenster      (5-0)   136  4   
 5. Goldthwaite   (4-1)   112  9   
 6. Albany        (5-0)   105  8   
 7. Garrison      (4-1)   97   7   
 8. Windthorst    (4-1)   66   10  
 9. Burton        (4-0)   41  
10. Clarksville   (3-1)   33   5   
      
Others receiving votes: 11, Stamford 19. 12, Canadian 18. 13, Mart 15. 14, Wellington 14. 15, Price Carlisle 11. 16, Ben Bolt 4. 17, Honey Grove 3. 18, Sundown 2. 18, Sunray 2. 20, New Deal 1.

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