One football team fell out, another made a big move in, but the top four remain rock solid among the state’s best at any division.
A look at azcentral sports’ Super 10 after Week 6:
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No. 1 Chandler (1) 6-1
There is so much speed and so many athletes on this team that it can cover up any mistakes they make during a game.
Updated Arizona high school football rankings:
No. 2 Chandler Hamilton (2) 7-0
Hamilton on a search-and-destroy mission counting down the days for the Chandler rematch (Oct. 30).
No. 3 Phoenix Mountain Pointe (3) 6-0
QB Jack Smith and RB Macarious Blount have emerged as one of the state’s best dynamic duos, both taking turns making plays with their legs.
No. 4 Peoria Centennial (4) 4-2
All pumped up for the rematch with Scottsdale Chaparral, now a Division I rival.
No. 5 Chaparral (x) 5-1
Making a big return to the Super 10, coming off its biggest scoring output (61 points against Phoenix Horizon) since scoring 64 points against Tolleson in the first round of the 2013 playoffs.
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No. 6 Mesa Desert Ridge (6) 5-1
Starting to get healthier, which will be needed with a big Division I showdown coming up against Mountain Pointe.
No. 7 Mesa Skyline (7) 6-0
Grounding and pounding and keeping opposing players out of the end zone, for the most part, to stay atop the Division II rankings.
No. 8 Phoenix Desert Vista (8) 5-2
Desert Vista was only down 21-14 in the fourth quarter before a couple of interceptions clinched it for Mountain Pointe.
No. 9 Phoenix Brophy Prep (9) 4-2
An extra week to recover from losing two games in a row on late field goals, the Broncos have to get ready for Hamilton.
No. 10 Paradise Valley (5) 6-0
Showed vulnerability for the first time this season in a 44-36 Division III victory over coach Greg Davis’ former school, Cave Creek Cactus Shadows.
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