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Minnesota polls Class 4A

Minnesota polls Class 4A 1. St Paul Central (14-0); 2. Minneapolis South (13-0); 3. Centennial (14-1); 4. Champlin Park (14-1); 5. Eden Prairie (12-2); 6. Edina (12-1); 7. Cretin-Derham Hall (11-4); 8. Woodbury (13-2); 9. Moorhead (11-2); 10. Par...

Minnesota polls

Class 4A

1. St Paul Central (14-0); 2. Minneapolis South (13-0); 3. Centennial (14-1); 4. Champlin Park (14-1); 5. Eden Prairie (12-2); 6. Edina (12-1); 7. Cretin-Derham Hall (11-4); 8. Woodbury (13-2); 9. Moorhead (11-2); 10. Park of Cottage Grove (11-3)

Class 3A

1. Benilde-St. Margaret's (13-2); 2. Becker (12-1); 3. Detroit Lakes (11-2); 4. DeLaSalle (13-1); 5. Totino-Grace (10-2); 6. Minneapolis North (9-3); 7. Rogers (11-3); 8. Holy Angels (10-3); 9. Marshall (10-4); 10. St. Louis Park (10-4)

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Class 2A

1. Winona Cotter (12-3); 2. Crookston (10-1); 3. Albany (11-1); 4. Hayfield (12-1); 5. Kingsland (15-2); 6. Caledonia (14-1); 7. Jordan (11-1); 8. Norwood-Young America (14-1); 9. Hawley (10-2); 10. Esko (12-2)

Class 1A

1. Cedar Mountain/Comfrey (13-1); 2. Ada-Borup (13-1); 3. Barnum (14-0); 4. Fulda (13-2); 5. Goodhue (11-2); 6. Hancock (13-1); 7. New Ulm Cathedral (13-2); 8. Kittson County Central (12-2); 9. Edgerton (10-1); 10. Springfield (11-3)

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