The perfect start continued for the Okemos football team. The same was the case for Lakewood and Alma. And that has led to all three schools rising in the latest Associated Press high school football state rankings. Alma and Lakewood each climbed multiple spots in Division 4. Alma jumped three places to No. 2 and Lakewood moved up three spots to No. 3. Okemos climbed one spot to No. 9 in Division 2. Okemos, Alma and Lakewood are among 10 teams from the Lansing area featured in this week's rankings.
Here are the Lansing area high school football power rankings heading into Week 5 contests. 1. DEWITT (3-1): The Panthers added on to their streak of league victories with a convincing road win over Charlotte. 2. GRAND LEDGE (3-1): The Comets picked up a key conference victory by knocking off Sexton on the road. Another league test awaits this week in Okemos. 3. OKEMOS (4-0): Division 2 No.
Here are the latest Lansing State Journal high school athlete of the week candidates. Voting is open until noon Wednesday to determine the latest athlete of the week, who will be featured in the print edition of the LSJ. Refresh browser if the poll doesn't immediately appear. TAVEN HASKINS, SARANAC FOOTBALL: The junior running back had big performance while helping the Redskins improve to 3-1 with a CMAC win over Dansville. Haskins ran for 337 yards and six touchdowns and also added six tackles.
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