Lansing-Area High School Football Power Rankings After Week 3
There's only a slight change in this week's poll with Perry and Williamston falling in Week 2. The Top 8 in last week's poll were victorious last Friday night.
There are only nine unbeaten teams in high school football after two weeks of play. There seems to be a lot of parity around the area in 2017.
OK, on with this week's rankings:
The Chiefs throttled Eastern 49-0 to remain unbeaten. Drew McGaughey rushed for two touchdowns. He's having a terrific year in the shadows of star Dominique Clerkley.
They'll be favored to go to 4-0 when they play Everett on Friday night.
The Big Reds welcomed back star running back Cody Blankenburg from a knee injury with open arms. And he responded with 4 touchdowns against Everett.
The schedule gets tougher this week when they host Grand Ledge.
Josh Kramer had three interceptions in the CAAC White opener against Eaton Rapids, leading them to a 34-0 victory.
The schedule gets tougher with Williamston and Portland in the next two weeks.
The machine rolls on at Ithaca. 108-4 in their last 112 games after another pasting of St. Louis.
They'll have a tougher time with Saginaw Mich. Luth. Seminary this Friday.
DeWitt has never lost in CAAC Red play, and that didn't change after they shut out Mason 49-0.
QB Blake Gatfield threw four TD passes for the Panthers. He's played well in relief of the injured Anthony Joseph.
Charlotte should provide a tough fight this Friday night.
The Comets rode Jacob Umholtz to a surprisingly easy 48-13 victory over East Lansing. Umholtz rushed for nearly 200 yards and 4 TD's on the night.
GL heads to Sexton this week, and then hosts Okemos in Week 5.
The Vikings thumped Perry 48-7 to get off to a 1-0 star in GLAC play.
Parker Smith is leading Lakewood to another excellent season. They get an improved Maple Valley squad at Alumni Stadium this Friday night.
Another nice win for the Eagles. They knocked off a much-improved Leslie team 28-6. Heath Flowers rushed for two TD's.
Olivet gets another improved team, Perry in Week 4.
Austin Allison's long bomb was caught with four seconds left to give the Red Raiders a thrilling 21-14 win over Williamston.
John Novara's crew is formidable again, only a late TD from Sexton is keeping them from being 3-0. They are at Fowlerville this week.
The Pirates are back at the top of the CMAC standings after a 47-0 drubbing of Saranac in Week 3.
Jimmy Lehman threw three TD passes and over 200 yards against the Redskins.
P-W goes to Bath this week.