Temple rises, Georgetown falls in latest 5A football poll

Temple quarterback Chad President carries the ball against University. (Temple Wildcat Athletics Facebook photo)
Temple quarterback Chad President carries the ball against University. (Temple Wildcat Athletics Facebook photo)

The Temple High School football team jumped two spots to No. 3 and Georgetown fell to No. 8 in the latest Associated Press Texas High School 5A football poll, released on Monday.

Temple romped over University in Waco on Friday night 70-0, scoring 59 first half points, to win their District 17-5A opener.  The Wildcats received 166 points and a first place to jump two spots from No. 5 a week ago.

Georgetown lost at District 25-5A foe Cedar Park 31-28 on Friday night, dropping the Eagles five spots from last week to No. 8 with 50 points. The Timberwolves received 30 points in the poll just missing the Top 10 by one point.

Here is The Associated Press 5A 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
School Total Points Prv
1. Aledo (17) (3-1) 240 1
2. Fort Bend Elkins (6) (4-0) 196 4
3. Temple (1) (3-1) 166 5
4. Mansfield Timberview (1) (4-1) 150 6
5. Tyler (3-1) 130 7
6. West Mesquite (4-0) 115 9
7. Richmond Foster (5-0) 85 10
8. Georgetown (4-1) 50 3
9. Lufkin (2-2) 37 2
10. Fort Bend Ridge Point (4-0) 31 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Cedar Park 30. 12, CC Flour Bluff 28. 13, Richmond George Ranch 20. 14, Ennis 17. 15, Nacogdoches 16. 16, Lancaster 13. 17, Houston King 12. 18, Cedar Park Vista Ridge 10. 19, Rockwall-Heath 7. 20, Port Neches-Groves 6. 21, EP Del Valle 5. 22, Canyon Randall 4. 23, Lubbock Cooper 2. 23, Mesquite Poteet 2. 25, FW Boswell 1. 25, Crosby 1. 25, Boerne Champion 1.

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