Corner Canyon keeps its place, Lone Peak ranks in the top five

Bingham and Bountiful enter the top 25 after beating other ranked teams.

(Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Lone Peak quarterback Easton Comer directs the ball at a quarterback keeper. The Knights ended Corner Canyon’s 48-game winning streak with a 41-16 win over the Chargers on Thursday.

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Oh dear.

Who lost the Corner Canyon Chargers on the same night they had the chance to break the state’s all-time record for consecutive wins on their bingo card? The committee of one certainly did not.

However, that won’t change their position in the leaderboard this week as they are still the favorites to win the 6A state title. And between now and the playoffs, it stands to reason that they’ll be fixing their game’s problems.

Meanwhile, Lone Peak, who beat Corner Canyon, is in the top five thanks to the victory. Near the bottom of the standings, three teams with seven consecutive winning streaks advanced and two teams came in the standings behind impressive performances.

Here is the Salt Lake Tribune’s Top 25 preparation football ranking for week 9.

1. Corner canyon (8-1)

Previous week: 1

The Chargers ultimately lost one after four years and 48 straight wins, but will still be the team to beat early in the playoffs.

2. Skyridge (8-1)

Previous week: 3

The Falcons knocked out a Pleasant Grove team that struggled all season. It was their fifth shutout of the season.

3. Ridge line (9-0)

Previous week: 4

The Riverhawks are one perfect season win away. Quarterback Kaden Cox scored four touchdowns, while running back Noah White ran for two more.

4. Solitary Woodpecker (5-2)

Previous week: 7

The Knights beat the best team in the state. ‘Nuff said.

5. Mountain ridge (7-2)

Previous week: 2

A comeback against Riverton failed as the Sentinels lost for the second time in three games.

6. American fork (6-2)

Previous week: 6

The Cavemen ended a two-game losing streak by easily doing Pleasant Grove’s job. They did not allow a point in the first three quarters.

7. West Jordan (6-2)

Previous week: 5

The Jaguars lost their second straight game and are now 2-2 in their region.

8. South Summit (9-0)

Previous week: 9

The Wildcats detonated the Judge Memorial on the road.

9. Beaver (8-1)

Previous week: 8

The Beavers not only lost their first game of the season, but also called off their winning 33 game.

10. San Juan (8-1)

Previous week: 15

San Juan notched its eighth consecutive victory by excluding Beaver and ending a streak of winning streak.

11. Timpanogos (8-1)

Previous week: 13

The Timberwolves beat a team of Tooele who last week were just outside the top 10 in the power standings. Second-year wide receiver Luke Livingston caught three touchdown passes in the win.

12. Springville (8-1)

Previous week: 12

The Red Devils beat Salem Hills by not allowing the Skyhawks to score in three of the four quarters.

13. West (6-1)

Previous week: 14

The Panthers ended their week off to secure a win over Kearns and their fifth straight win.

14. Provo (7-2)

Previous week: 10

The Bulldogs lost a close game to Wasatch. They didn’t score a point in the third quarter which made a big difference in the game.

15. Tooele (7-2)

Previous week: 11

Buffaloes senior quarterback Payton Sprouse threw three touchdown passes, but it wasn’t enough to beat Timpanogos.

16. Duchesne (7-1)

Previous week: 16

The Eagles have had a week off.

17. Grantsville (6-2)

Previous week: 21

The Cowboys won a seventh straight game and did not allow the Union any points.

18. Weber (7-2)

Previous week: 22

The Warriors are in their seventh game in a row, and four different running backs have scored a touchdown in the process.

19. Kanab (7-2)

Previous week: 24

The Cowboys took a one-point victory over North Sevier for their seventh straight victory.

20. Stansbury (7-2)

Previous week: 20

The Stallions won their sixth straight game, all played in the region.

21. Timpview (7-2)

Previous week: 17

The Thunderbirds passed Lehi, not allowing a point in the first half. Senior quarterback Liu Aumavae threw two touchdown passes in the team’s fourth consecutive victory.

22. Brighton (7-2)

Previous week: 19

Second-year quarterback Jack Johnson threw five touchdowns as the Bengals won their fourth straight game.

23. Bingham (6-3)

Previous week: Uncategorized

The Miners are on an impressive four-game winning streak, including a win over No.5 West Jordan.

24. Riverton (6-3)

Previous week: Uncategorized

After beating a top-five team at Mountain Ridge, the Silverwolves deserve to be ranked.

25. generous (6-2)

Previous week: Uncategorized

The Redhawks have won five in a row and are unbeaten in their region after a resounding victory over Northridge, who was ranked 25th last week.

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