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Three Ann Arbor-area football teams were ranked in the Associated Press poll after Week 4 when they won a poll

Three Ann Arbor-area football teams were ranked in the Associated Press poll after Week 4 when they won a poll

ANN ARBOR After Week 4, the top high school football teams in the Ann Arbor area are well represented in The Associated Press Top 10 poll.

Chelsea were the No. 1 team in Division 4, despite not playing last week due to a forfeit by its opponent.

The Bulldogs are scheduled to play Adrian again Friday.

After a 34-7 victory over Monroe, Saline made the most jump for area teams, with the Hornets dropping three spots from No. 3 to No 6.

The Hornets have outscored their opponents 137-72 this season and are 4-0 to start the season for the second consecutive year.

Dexter, who is no. 9 in the D2 poll thanks to a 44-34 win against Ypsilanti Lincoln last week, makes its first appearance in this rankings.

The Dreadnaughts have been one of the state's top offenses, with averaging 40.5 points per outing on the way to completing en route to an 8-1 start.

Milan dropped out of the D4 rankings its previous spot at No. 9 after its 21-15 defeat to Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central and is 3-1 on the season.

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Associated Press's high school football state rankings for Michigan remained elevated until Week 4.

See which Ann Arbor-area football clubs are in playoff position after Week 4?

Ann Arbor-area football Player of the Week fan poll shows week 4 top performers, with an Arbor area football player of of your week rating.

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