- Travis L. Brown, ESPNDallas.com
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What we got right: Most of the 5A poll remained the same, with the exception of North Crowley, who moved into fourth place after tearing through the first half of its district play. Cedar Hill was the only other major change, falling out after taking a surprise district loss to Mansfield Timberview Friday.
What we got wrong: We can't figure out the DISD teams. A week after moving up to No. 1, Dallas Hillcrest lost to Dallas Lincoln for the second time in 12-4A play, dropping the Panthers to No. 6. South Oak Cliff becomes the highest ranked DISD school after its victory over then-No. 1 Dallas Kimball two Saturday's ago in 11-4A play. After the dust settled on the DISD shakeup, Highland Park moved to the top of the poll with a consistent 22-2 record.
Say hello to: 5A - Garland Naaman Forest; 4A - Little Elm, Trophy Club Byron Nelson
Say goodbye to: 5A - Cedar Hill; 4A -Lancaster, Fort Worth Arlington Heights
Your turn: Use the comments section to let us know what you think about these rankings.
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