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RJ High School Football Rankings — Sept. 28.

Updated September 27, 2017 - 3:02 pm

Class 4A

1. Bishop Gorman (3-2, Last week 1) — Now that league play has started, will the Gaels trail again this season?

2. Liberty (3-1, LW 2) — The winner of Thursday’s game against Green Valley will have a huge leg up on the Southeast League.

3. Arbor View (4-0, LW 3) — If Shadow Ridge couldn’t slow down the Aggies, can anyone?

4. Green Valley (4-0, LW 4) — The Gators look to upset seven-time-defending Sunrise Region champion Liberty.

5. Foothill (4-0, LW 5) — The undefeated Falcons look to start league play with a win against Coronado.

6. Legacy (4-1, LW 6) — The Longhorns host a Faith Lutheran team that is starting to come together.

7. Shadow Ridge (3-1, LW 7) — The Mustangs visit an upstart Cimarron-Memorial team that is 3-0.

8. Faith Lutheran (1-3, LW 8) — Can the Crusaders’ comeback win against Palo Verde spark a playoff push?

9. Sierra Vista (3-1, LW 10) — The Mountain Lions have outscored Southwest League opponents 90-14 in two games.

10. Canyon Springs (1-4, LW 9) — Half of the Pioneers’ losses have been forfeits, and the only two on-field losses were to California schools.

Class 3A

1. Desert Pines (1-2, LW 1) — The Jaguars make the long drive to Pahrump to start their Sunset League schedule.

2. Chaparral (4-1, LW 2) — TyRay Collins is proving to be one of the best players in Class 3A.

3. Mojave (3-1, LW 3) — Idle last week, the Rattlers host Sunrise Mountain to open Sunset League play.

4. Moapa Valley (3-1, LW 4) — The Pirates host Class 4A Las Vegas on Thursday.

5. Virgin Valley (3-2, LW unranked) — The Bulldogs re-enter the rankings after knocking off Sunrise Mountain.

Class 2A

1. Needles (4-0, LW 1) — The Mustangs have not allowed a point in 101 minutes, 4 seconds of game time.

2. Lincoln County (3-2, LW 2) — The Lynx head home for the first time since Sept. 1 when they host Laughlin.

3. Lake Mead (2-1, LW 3) — The Eagles won big against Laughlin last week.

4. Democracy Prep (2-1, LW 4) — The Blue Knights have their biggest challenge of the year when they host Needles.

5. The Meadows (1-3, LW 5) — The Mustangs host Mountain View on Thursday.

Class 1A

1. Pahrangat Valley (4-0, LW 1) — The Panthers are 100 wins away from tying their own national record.

2. Spring Mountain (3-1, LW 2) — The Golden Eagles are idle after shutting out Indian Springs.

3. Beatty (3-0, LW 3) — The Hornets look to improve to 4-0 when they visit Indian Springs.

4. Tonopah (2-2, LW 4) — The Muckers have a chance for the biggest upset of the season when they host Pahranagat Valley.

5. Indian Springs (1-3, LW 5) — The Thunderbirds are back home this week after two road games.

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