2-11 poll: No major changes from last week

2/11/2020 | Feature | By Eden Laase

A fter falling in an upset to Menominee, Escanaba dropped a place in the boys Division 1-3 poll, while Marquette moved into the No. 3 spot.

In the girls Division 4 poll, Baraga moved up a spot, while Pickford dropped to No. 4.

Other than those two minor changes, the poll remains the same as it did last week.

Division 1-3 boys

1. Iron Mountain (6) 13-0 30 1

2. Negaunee 12-1 24 2

3.  Marquette 12-3 17 4

4. Escanaba 10-5 11 3

5. Westwood 8-5 4 5

Others receiving votes: Munising (13-1) 3, Norway (9-4) 1.

Division 4 boys

1. Dollar Bay (6) 13-0 30 1

2. Pickford 10-1 24 2

3. Rudyard 10-2 18 3

4. Rapid River 9-3 11 4

5. Chassell 11-2 5 5

Others receiving votes: Carney-Nadeau (8-5) 2.

Girls division 1-3

1. Menominee (6) 15-0 30 1

2. Westwood 13-1 22 2

3. Sault Ste. Marie 13-1 20 3

4. Negaunee 12-3 8 4

5. Escanaba 9-5 6 5

Others receiving votes: Calumet (11-3) 4.

Girls division 4

1. St. Ignace (6) 12-2 30 1

2. Ewen-Trout Creek 13-1 24 2

3.  Baraga 14-2 14 4

4. Pickford 12-2 11 3

5. North Dickinson 13-2 8 5

Others receiving votes: L’Anse (12-4) 3.

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