Lansing-Area High School Football Power Rankings: Week 3
No changes at the top of this week's rankings, but there are some in the bottom five.
Conference play begins in the CAAC this week, and I expect more changes in the next week or two. There are 16 area teams that are 2-0.
Here are this week's rankings:
The league season begins this week against St. Johns. There will be no look ahead to Week 4 when they visit DeWitt.
Two impressive wins against West Michigan opponents have them at number 2 this week. Noah Bird is off to a good start at QB, and there is speed at the skill positions. At Sexton this week.
Rebounded as expected against Detroit Community. The White division season opens tough with Williamston and Portland the first two weeks.
The Panthers took care of business against Kingsford last week. Now the Red season starts at Waverly, and then they host Mason in Week 4.
Ripped Hillsdale 37-14 in Week 2. Will have to play well to beat an improved Fowlerville squad this week before the showdown at Lansing Catholic next week.
We know one thing about the Vikings so far, they can play defense!!!!! Allowed only 12 points so far this season. And they should be 3-0 after this week's game against Owosso.
Credit the Vikings for getting off to a good start this season. And they're favored to go to 3-0 after they host Maple Valley.
Annihilated Saranac in the CMAC opener. They play Bath this week, and then the schedule gets tougher with Dansville, Fulton, and Fowler on the slate.
Coach Scott Farley has the Vikings revitalized!!! If they can beat East Lansing this week, they'll be 3-0 for the first time since 2003. Way to go!
Tough 7-6 win at Holly in Week 2. We'll find out how good they are this week when they host Lansing Catholic. But junior QB Jake Westphal is off to a great start.