By Medicine Hat News on September 10, 2019.
The Crescent Heights Vikings are where they hoped they’d be in Football Alberta’s rankings after a big win, which is to say no longer unranked.
Friday’s 20-13 win in Brooks was notable not just to get the Vikings some momentum, but also because the Buffaloes had been given the No. 7 spot in the Tier 3 provincial rankings board.
It’s mostly subjective but there was no doubt the Medicine Hat school would spring up. And spring they did, all the way to No. 6 in the new rankings released Sunday. Brooks fell to No. 9.
Next up is a game in Taber Friday against W.R. Myers.
Hat High’s 51-6 crushing of McCoy merely held them steadfast at No. 6 in the Tier 2 rankings, though their next opponent presents a much greater opportunity and challenge. The Mohawks head to Okotoks Friday to play Holy Trinity Academy, now the No. 1 team in Tier 2 after a 41-0 shutout of Rundle College.
The Colts are slated to host Pincher Creek Saturday.
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