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Michigan 8-player top 10 football rankings after Week 5 of the 2019 regular season

By: MATTHEW B. MOWERY, September 30, 2019, 3:38 pm

A pair of first-year 8-player squads were involved in the biggest upheaval in this week’s rankings, as a pair of top-five teams were handed their first losses of the season. The No. 9-ranked Colon Magi, in their second year in the 8-player ranks, handed then-No. 5 Climax-Scotts its first-ever 8-player loss in resounding fashion, beating the first-year 8-player team 42-0. Then-No. 4 Hillman had cruised through the first four weeks of the season before losing 32-14 to the first-year 8-player team from Mio. The Thunderbolts and Tigers were old rivals in the North Star League.

Here are the Michigan 8-player rankings headed into Week 6:

1 Morrice (5-0) — Beat Genesee, 16-0. (Last ranking: 1)

2 Powers North Central (5-0) — Beat Felch North Dickinson 59-0. (Last ranking: 2) 

3 Pickford (4-1) — Beat Rudyard 42-0. (Last ranking: 3)

4 Gaylord St. Mary (5-0) — Beat Fife Lake Forest Area. 1-0 (forfeit). (Last ranking: 4)

5 Colon (5-0) — Beat No. 5 Climax-Scotts, 42-0. (Last ranking: 9)

6 Deckerville (5-0) — Beat Burton Atherton, 70-14. (Last ranking: 7)

7 Pellston (5-0) — Beat Atlanta, 68-22. (Last ranking: 8)

8 Portland St. Patrick (4-0) — Beat Vestaburg, 53-0. (Last ranking: 10)

9 Suttons Bay (5-0) — Beat Brethren, 49-8. (Last ranking: HM)

10 Martin (5-0) —Beat St. Joseph Lake Michigan Catholic, 62-20. (Last ranking: HM)

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Dropped out: No. 4 Hillman (4-1); No. 5 Climax-Scotts (4-1).

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The next five:

Bridgman (5-0)

Mio (4-1)

Climax-Scotts (4-1)

Crystal Falls Forest Park (4-1)

Kingston (4-1)

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For the Week 4 top 10 in 8-player, CLICK HERE.

For the Week 3 top 10 in 8-player, CLICK HERE.