QC Prep Football Power Poll: How they fared, Postseason (Week 3)


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Originally Posted Online: Nov. 11, 2012, 12:45 am
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By Steve Tappa, stappa@qconline.com

-– These local media rankings are determined on a descending points system, with a first-place vote receiving 10 points, a second-place vote receiving 9 points, and so on. Presented by The Dispatch and The Rock Island Argus, WQAD-TV 8, MC22, WFXN-AM 1230, Aledo's WRMJ-FM 102.3, Kewanee-based Regional Media, QC's Family Ties Productions and the Clinton Herald. The last vote was taken Oct. 24.

Rank. Team (Rec): How they fared

1. Pleasant Valley (11-1): SEASON OVER (quarterfinal Iowa 4A playoff loss).

2. Mercer County (12-0): Won at Amboy-LaMoille, 33-21 Saturday in the Illinois 2A quarterfinals. Next: Saturday hosts state-rated Clifton Central in the Illinois 2A semifinals, TBA.

3. Rock Island (8-3): SEASON OVER (second round Illinois 6A playoff loss).

4. Alleman (11-1): Won at state-rated Coal City, 28-13 Saturday in the Illinois 4A quarterfinals. Next: Saturday at Evergreen Park in the Illinois 4A semifinals, TBA.

5. Sterling Newman (12-0): Won at state-rated Wilmington, 28-26 Saturday in the Illinois 3A quarterfinals. Next: Saturday hosts defending state champ Aurora Christian in the Illinois 3A semifinals, TBA.

6. Mediapolis (13-0): Beat state-rated Dyersville Beckman, 19-6 Saturday in the Iowa 2A semifinals. Next: Friday vs. state-rated Spirit Lake in the Iowa 2A state championship.

7. Assumption (7-3): SEASON OVER (first round Iowa 4A playoff loss).

8. Annawan-Wethersfield (10-2): Lost at Clifton Central, 48-27 Saturday in the Illinois 2A quarterfinals. SEASON OVER.

9. Muscatine (7-3): SEASON OVER (first round Iowa 4A playoff loss).

10. Monmouth-Roseville (8-3): SEASON OVER (second round Illinois 3A playoff loss to No. 5 Sterling Newman).

ALSO RECEIVING VOTES:

11. Rockridge (7-3): SEASON OVER (first round Illinois 2A playoff loss).

12. Sterling (6-4): SEASON OVER (first round Illinois 5A playoff loss).

13. Bettendorf (6-4): SEASON OVER (first round Iowa 4A playoff loss to No. 15 North Scott).

14. Stark County (10-2): Beat state-rated Forreston, 50-20 Saturday in the Illinois 1A quarterfinals. Next: Saturday hosts top-ranked Stockton in the Illinois 1A semifinals, TBA.

15. North Scott (7-4): SEASON OVER (second round Iowa 4A playoff loss to No. 1 Pleasant Valley).

16. Preston (9-2): SEASON OVER (second round Iowa Eight-Man playoff loss).

17 (tie). Geneseo (6-5): SEASON OVER (second round Illinois 4A playoff loss).

17 (tie). Monmouth United (6-4): SEASON OVER (first round Illinois 1A playoff loss).

17 (tie). Morrison (6-4): SEASON OVER (first round Illinois 2A playoff loss).

ON THE RADAR:

NR. Galesburg (5-5): SEASON OVER (first round Illinois 5A playoff loss).

NR. Erie-Prophetstown (5-5): SEASON OVER (first round Illinois 3A playoff loss).

NR. Orion (6-5): SEASON OVER (second round Illinois 2A playoff loss).



















 




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