Football seasons across the country came to a close over the weekend, so I thought I would take one more look at the national rankings.
In the USA Today Super 25, Bellevue finished in the top 10 at No. 9. Click here for the full list.
The Wolverines are one spot higher in the RivalsHigh 100, finishing the year at No. 8. Lakes, which lost to Bellevue in the quarterfinals, ended the year at No. 47. Skyline wrapped up the year at No. 94. Click here.
In the final ESPNHS Powerade Fab 40, Bellevue is No. 11. Click here.
The final MaxPreps Xcellent 25 has the Wolverines at No. 14. Click here.
I wanted to post this after Bellevue won the title, but I didn’t get around to it. It’s a rap song recorded by Tracy Ford, a former Wolverines player who performs under the name Young Trace.