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WEEK THREE HIGH SCHOOL RANKINGS EXPLAINED


Monday September 4th, 2023


Every week the MIHSSCA rankings are released on Sundays LIVE on the Michigan Soccer Network Youtube channel at 8 PM. Due to the holiday weekend Jon and Dan took the night off, so we are taking the opportunity to explain the rankings in more depth.


This weeks ranking saw the most aggressive changes of any week this season especially in D1 as a Clarkston is new #1 Ranked team in the state. In total there were 45 changes this week between all four divisions.


DIVISION ONE

This week saw Division One with the most changes in week three than any other division across the state. The biggest change was Rochester Adams who dropped from #1 to #12, while Clarkston went from #4 to #1. The reason for this big change is earlier this week Clarkston topped Adams 7-3, and than Oxford topped Rochester Adams 4-0 on Wednesday. Six teams came into the Top 15 this week and six team left. Most notably Fraser High School previously unranked #7 is 6-1-0 on the season.


NOTABLES

New #1 Ranked Team: Clarkston High School

Ann Arbor Huron previously UNRANKED in TOP 5

6 Teams In and 6 Teams Out

Total Changes: 14

DIVISION TWO

This week saw a total of ten changes in total with three teams in and three teams out. Avondale left the Top 5 after losing to Pontiac earlier in the week 2-1 and dropping to #6.


NOTABLES

Top 3 remain the same

3 Teams in and 3 teams out

Total Changes: 10

DIVISION THREE


This week Division Three saw the least amount of changes with 9 overall. No new teams came in or out. The Top 4 teams remained the same. The biggest change of the week is Grand Rapids West Catholic moving down seven spots from #7 to #14 after losing 2 games this past week.


Top 4 remain the same

No new teams in or out

Total Changes: 9



DIVISION FOUR


This week Division Four saw 12 changes overall, but Grosse Pointe University Liggett and West Michigan Christian stay at #1 and #2 respectfully. The biggest change of the week is Marcellus Howardsville Christian moving from #15 to #8. Division Four also saw Bangor #9 and Allen Park Inner City Baptist #9 previously unranked get into the rankings.


Top 2 remain the same

2 New teams and 2 teams out

Total Changes: 12



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