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Final Regular Season High School Football Rankings

The Windthorst Trojans remained #7 in the final Associated Press High School Football poll of the regular season.

The Trojans did receive a first place vote for the first time since the preseason poll, in which they received five votes.

In the sixmanfootball.com rankings, Throckmorton finished #6 in Division I, hurt by only playing 9 regular-season games despite a 9-0 record and District 9-6M Div. I title.

District 2-6M Div. I champion Crowell finished not far behind at #9, with an 8-2 record.

In Division II, Newcastle finished #4 as District 10-6M Div. II champions with a 9-1 record.

In TAPPS 6-Man Division II, Notre Dame wound up at #7, right behind 5th-ranked Granbury Happy Hill Farm and 6th-ranked Brownwood Victory Life.

The Knights actually beat Happy Hill, but fell to Victory Life. The three teams wound up as tri-champions of TAPPS District 1-6M Div. II.

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