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Minnesota polls Class 3A

Minnesota polls Class 3A 1. Wayzata; 2. Apple Valley; 3. Hastings; 4. Anoka; 5. Albert Lea Area; 6. Simley; 7. Forest Lake; 8. Owatonna; 9. Coon Rapids; 10. Henry Sibley; 11. Cambridge-Isanti; 12. Bloomington Kennedy. Also receiving votes: Montic...

Minnesota polls

Class 3A

1. Wayzata; 2. Apple Valley; 3. Hastings; 4. Anoka; 5. Albert Lea Area; 6. Simley; 7. Forest Lake; 8. Owatonna; 9. Coon Rapids; 10. Henry Sibley; 11. Cambridge-Isanti; 12. Bloomington Kennedy.

Also receiving votes: Monticello, Eagan, St. Francis, Willmar, Buffalo, Mounds View, Prior Lake, Park, Alexandria, White Bear Lake Area, Elk River Area, Eastview, Rochester Mayo, Sauk Rapids-Rice, Grand Rapids, Sr. Cloud Apollo, Hutchinson, Centennial, Spring Lake Park/St. Anthony, Totino-Grace.

Class 2A

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1. Scott West; 2. Jackson County Central; 3. St. Michael-Albertville; 4. Perham; 5. Kasson-Mantorville; 6. Adrian Area; 7. Big Lake; 8. Foley; 9. Annandale/Maple Lake; 10. Montgomery-Lonsdale/Le Center; 11. Milaca; 12. Hibbing.

Also receiving votes: Minnewaska Area, Roseau, New London-Spicer, BOLD/Buffalo Lake-Hector, Little Falls, Thief River Falls, Litchfield, Caledonia/Houston/Spring Grove, Waseca, Pequot Lakes/Pine River-Backus, Sartell-St. Stephen, Plainview/Elgin-Millville, Marshall/Lakeview.

Class 1A

1. Canby; 2. Frazee; 3. Aitkin; 4. Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City; 5. Greenbush-Middle River/Badger; 6. Barnesville; 7. Sibley East; 8. United South Central; 9. Dover-Eyota; 10. New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva; 11. Maple River; 12. Minneota.

Also receiving votes: Wabasso, Medford, Zumbrota-Mazeppa, Yellow Medicine East, Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg, Kenyon-Wanamingo, Mille Lacs, St. James (3), New York Mills, Wheaton/Herman-Norcross, Chatfield, Pierz, Goodhue.

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