The  Minnesota Associated Press state high school football polls for the week of October 19, 2021. Voted upon by a statewide panel of prep sports writers.

Radio broadcasters don't know good football teams when we see them I guess.

I guarantee you, if I did the polls there would be no ties. Points allowed would be my tiebreaker if there was a tie in the votes.

Class 6A
1. Lakeville South
2. Eden Prairie
3. Maple Grove
4. Stillwater
5. Minnetonka
6. Shakopee 
7. Woodbury
8. Wayzata
9. White Bear Lake
10. Centennial
Others receiving votes: Prior Lake, St. Michael-Albertville.

Class 5A
1. Mankato West
2. St. Thomas Academy
3. Andover
4. Chaska
5. Moorhead
5. Rochester Mayo
7. Rogers
8. Elk River
9. Spring Lake Park
10. Sauk Rapids-Rice
Others receiving votes: Mankato East, Robbinsdale Armstrong, Chanhassen.

Class 4A
1. Becker
2. Hutchinson
3. Mound-Westonka
4. Stewartville
5. North Branch
6. Willmar
7. Kasson-Mantorville
8. SMB-Wolfpack
9. Fridley
10. Holy Angels
Others receiving votes: None.

Class 3A
1. Lake City
2. Fairmont
3. Dassel-Cokato
3. Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton
5. Providence Academy
6. Cannon Falls
7. Waseca
8. Esko
9. Pierz
9. Plainview-Elgin-Millville
Others receiving votes: Annandale, Litchfield, Watertown-Mayer.

Class 2A
1. Blooming Prairie
2. Pipestone
3. Minneapolis North
4. Kimball
5. Moose Lake-Willow River
6. Blue Earth Area
7. Barnesville
8. Osakis
9. Chatfield
10. Rush City
Others receiving votes: Maple River, West Central-Ashby, Royalton.

Class A
1. Murray County Central
2. Minneota
3. Rushford-Peterson
4. Mahnomen-Waubun
5. Ottertail Central
6. BOLD
7. Ada-Borup
8. Polk County West
9. Deer River
10. New York Mills
Others receiving votes: Lakeview, Pine River-Backus, Fillmore Central, Gibbon-Fairfax-Winthrop, Springfield.

Class 9-MAN
1. Verndale
2. Lanesboro
3. Sleepy Eye St. Mary's
4. Fertile-Beltrami
5. Hancock
6. Mountain Iron-Buhl
7. Grand Meadow
8. Mountain Lake Area
9. Nevis
10. Herman Norcross
10. Cherry
Others receiving votes: NCE-UH, Badger-Greenbush-Middle River.

The final football games of the regular season are Wednesday and Thursday. 165 games are scheduled for Wednesday night .  8 games will be played Thursday with the playoffs beginning next Tuesday in most Sections.

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