Deron Powell Power Rankings: February 15th
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We've broken the CS8 into tiers and nobody gets No. 5 in the Area. We're not about that "everyone gets a ribbon" life.
You can watch Zach, Derek and Chase discuss this week’s Power Rankings on Facebook Live below Area 1. Pleasant Plains: Another week into the Kyle Weber era and two more wins for the Birds.
We've got a new Area No. 1 and the CS8 shakeups all come in the bottom half of the rankings.
Power Rankings: New Number One- The Lions have FINALLY earned the number one ranking. Lanphier went into Pekin and blew away the competition, toying with teams at times on their way to defending their
CS8 Power Rankings 1) Lanphier – If for some reason you questioned our reasoning for putting the Lions at the top of the Power Rankings, go ahead and watch the highlights from their
CS8 Power Rankings Lanphier – Coach Blake Turner’s squad finally got a test from a top conference team Jacksonville and they passed with flying colors. Now it’s time for the Lions to take their
CS8 Power Rankings 1) Lanphier – The Lions have done what they were supposed to do through two games of the conference schedules. Lanphier picked up wins over Eisenhower and SHG, two teams
1) Lanphier – With 80 percent of their starting lineup returning from a team that lost a sectional final by a point, it was expected that the Lions might be the team to beat
1) Pleasant Plains – The Cardinals won the Edinburg tournament and while that’s not the toughest tournament in the area, it was easy to see what Plains is capable of this season. You’ve got
CS8 1. SHG (8-0) The time has finally come to see what the Cyclones really have. Their only test of the regular season comes with the conference title on the line as
CS8 1. SHG (7-0) The Cyclones didn’t slow down in Week 7 against Lanphier and likely won’t in Week 8 with the bright lights of the television cameras on them against Southeast. Senior night
CS8 1. SHG (6-0) Should the Cyclones fall out of first in the rankings because they didn’t put a running clock on Glenwood? Not likely. SHG has two more before the Leonard Bowl, then we’ll
CS8 1. SHG (5-0) The Cyclones put up 35 in the first quarter in week five. Seven touchdowns is impressive in 12 minutes, we don’t care who you are playing. SHG
CS8 1. SHG (4-0) – Is it week nine yet? The Cyclones continue to roll through the regular season with ease, causing CS8 fans to look forward to the Leonard Bowl. Coach Ken
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