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Gonzaga Prep Dominates Power Poll; Cusick, West Valley Rise

Gonzaga Prep received all first place votes this week in the Pick 6 Power Rankings (Photo: SWX) Gonzaga Prep received all first place votes this week in the Pick 6 Power Rankings (Photo: SWX)
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Gonzaga Prep receive all first place votes this week in the SWX Pick 6 Power Poll. The Bullpups beat North Central 45-12 last week, racking up 487 yards rushing along the way. They remain the only unbeaten team in the Greater Spokane League with just three games left to play in the regular season.

Coeur d'Alene (4-2) crushed Post Falls 51-7 on Friday to put an abrupt end to their two-game losing streak. They are No. 2 in this week's power ranking.

Mead (5-1) stopped Shadle Park on Friday and made a 57-13 statement to move themselves back into third place in the rankings.

Cusick, who scored 92 points against Wellpinit the week before, dropped 70 on Republic on Friday night. They move up to No. 4, followed by Lake City and West Valley.


SWX Power Rankings - Week 5

Rank Team Record Points 1st Place Votes
1. Gonzaga Prep
6-0 36 6
2. Coeur d'Alene
4-2 26
3. Mead
5-1 24

4. Cusick

Lake City
6. West Valley

*Also receiving votes: Waitsburg-Prescott 4, Lind-Riztville/Sprague 4, Central Valley 3, Tekoa-Oakesdale/Rosalia 1, East Valley 1, Lakeland 1

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