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Coeur d'Alene Falls in Rankings; Mead Remains on Top

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Mead beat Mt. Spokane Friday night in the Battle of the Bell rivalry game (Photo: SWX) Mead beat Mt. Spokane Friday night in the Battle of the Bell rivalry game (Photo: SWX)
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SPOKANE, Wash. -

A week after falling from the top of the power rankings, Coeur d'Alene fell even further after losing to Highland (Pocatello) on Friday night. The Vikings fell to No. 4, while top-ranked Mead solidified its position by beating rival Mt. Spokane at Joe Albi Stadium in the Battle of the Bell.

Gonzaga Prep moved up to No. 2 after beating Shadle Park 57-19. East Valley moved up one spot to No. 3. Colfax and Lake City tied for fifth place in this week's poll.

 

SWX Power Rankings - Week 4

Rank Team Record Points 1st Place Votes
1. Mead
4-0 34 5
2. Gonzaga Prep
4-0 24
3. East Valley (Spokane)
4-0 22
4. Coeur d'Alene
3-2
20

5T.
Colfax
2-0
7  
6 Lake City
2-1
7
 

*Also receiving votes: Cusick 6[1], Lind-Ritzville (2), University (1), Waitsburg-Prescott (1), Tekoa-Oakesdale/Republic (1), Lewis & Clark (1)

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