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Here are this week’s RJ high school football rankings

Updated September 20, 2017 - 1:09 pm

Class 4A

1. Bishop Gorman (2-2. Last week 1). The Gaels got back in the win column against De La Salle (California).

2. Liberty (3-1, LW 2). The Patriots are idle after knocking off Legacy on Saturday.

3. Arbor View (3-0, LW 3). Shadow Ridge is the next test for the Aggies’ double-wing attack.

4. Green Valley (4-0, LW 5). The Gators are set on proving missing the playoffs last year was a fluke.

5. Foothill (3-0, LW 4). The Southeast League is looking mighty formidable this year.

Class 3A

1. Desert Pines (1-2, LW 1). After a 48-0 drubbing of a Class 4A team, it’s safe to say the Jaguars are back.

2. Chaparral (3-1, LW 3). The Cowboys lost to a 4A team, but look to beat one in Rancho this weekend.

3. Mojave (3-1, LW 4). It’s fair to wonder if anyone in 3A can stop Tawee Walker.

4. Moapa Valley (2-1, LW 2). The Pirates make the long trek to Boulder City on Saturday.

5. Sunrise Mountain (2-1, LW 5). The Miners were idle last week and head to Mesquite to play an angry Virgin Valley team.

Class 2A

1. Needles (3-0, LW 1). The Mustangs are the only undefeated team in Class 2A.

2. Lincoln County (2-2, LW 2). The Lynx come back to the valley to play The Meadows.

3. Lake Mead (1-1, LW 3). The Eagles head to Laughlin looking to even their league record.

4. Democracy Prep (1-1, LW 5). The Blue Knights got their first win last week by beating up Calvary Chapel.

5. The Meadows (1-2, LW unranked). The Meadows beat Laughlin to start 1-0 in league play.

Class 1A

1. Pahranagat Valley (3-0, LW 1). The Panthers start league play after a perfect nonleague slate.

2. Spring Mountain (2-1, LW 2). The Golden Eagles play their second home game of the season in their league opener.

3. Beatty (2-0, LW 4). The Hornets made a statement in a 65-18 victory over Tonopah last week.

4. Tonopah (2-2, LW 3). The Muckers have a chance at a major upset when they host Pahranagat Valley.

5. Indian Springs (1-2, LW 5). The Thunderbirds got their first win of the season last week at Round Mountain.

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