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High School Top-10 Polls

Here is The Associated Press high school poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, points based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, and the team's ranking in last week's poll:

Class 5A

1. Lake Travis (15) (2-0) 227 1

2. Dallas Skyline (6) (2-0) 203 2

3. Katy (1) (2-0) 183 3

4. Allen (2) (2-0) 182 4

5. DeSoto (2-0) 133 6

6. Cibolo Steele (2-0) 127 5

7. Abilene (2-0) 84 7

8. Euless Trinity (1-1) 55 8

9. Southlake Carroll (2-0) 43 9

10. Galena Park North Shore (2-0) 28

Class 4A

1. Pearland Dawson (15) (2-0) 223 3

2. Leander (8) (2-0) 220 4

3. Angleton (2-0) 198 5

4. CC Calallen (2-0) 151 6

5. Nederland (2-0) 96 10

6. Amarillo (2-0) 82

7. Tyler (1-1) 81 1

8. Aledo (1-1) 56 2

9. Lancaster (2-0) 48

10. Wolfforth Frenship (2-0) 36

Class 3A

1. La Marque (20) (2-0) 235 1

2. Navasota (2) (2-0) 214 3

3. Waco La Vega (2-0) 156 5

4. Alvarado (2-0) 155 6

5. Abilene Wylie (2-0) 143 7

6. Stephenville (2) (1-1) 132 8

7. Carthage (1-1) 56 9

8. Melissa (2-0) 51

9. Coldspring-Oakhurst (1-1) 45 2

T10. Kilgore (2-0) 20

T10. West Columbia (2-0) 20

Class 2A

1. Refugio (22) (2-0) 238 1

2. Cameron Yoe (1) (2-0) 206 2

3. Newton (1) (2-0) 191 3

4. Tatum (2-0) 156 5

5. Cisco (2-0) 152 6

6. Hempstead (2-0) 111 8

7. Lexington (1-1) 63 4

8. Daingerfield (1-1) 62 10

9. East Bernard (2-0) 61

10. Rogers (2-0) 13

Class 1A

1. Munday (19) (2-0) 235 3

2. Mason (3) (2-0) 197 5

3. Burton (2-0) 163 6

4. Wellington (1) (2-0) 148 7

5. Stamford (1-1) 132 2

6. Mart (1) (1-1) 116 1

7. Joaquin (2-0) 79 10

8. Falls City (1-1) 46 4

9. Albany (2-0) 39

10. Tenaha (1-1) 36

(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

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