Football Power Rankings – Week 6

TAPPS Division I
1. St. Pius X – SPX dominated a solid LCM team. Gunnell had 9 TDs in the game.

2. Bishop Dunne – Falcons looked much better in 41-2 romp over Nolan.

3. Bishop Lynch – Friars outlasted a very potent TCA, doctor 49-42.

4. Prestonwood – Lions visited the blue turf and put up 69 on Parish.

5. Antonian – 38-14 winner over Bandera on Thursday night; One of two unbeaten teams in D-I.

TAPPS Division II
1. Dallas Christian – Chargers a 56-10 winner over All Saints.

2. Holy Cross – Knights pitch the shutout over Cornerstone, nurse 44-0.

2. Regents – Regents had a bye in week 6; travel to Cornerstone in week 7.

4. Ft. Worth Christian – Cardinals travel to the always tough Frisco Legacy Christian in week 7.

5. Grapevine Faith – Big winner over Gateway in week 6, HUGE game on the road at Midland Christian this week. Winner of this game should be ranked next week.

TAPPS Division III
1. Northland Christian – Cougars shutout Woodlands Chistian 55-0. The next victim is the first-year 11-man squad at Logos Prep.

2. Cypress Christian – Warriors a huge 41-7 winner over Legacy Prep.

3. Colleyville Covenant – Cougars took down D-II squad Southwest Christian 17-7. Things looking way up for Covenant.

4. Ft. Worth Temple Christian – Eagles hold down the number four spot and travel to Pantego following their bye week.

5. Flower Mound Coram Deo – Just one of three remaining unbeatens in D-III. We find out if team is for real against Grace Prep this week.

OUT: Shiner St. Paul – Cardinals dropped a game to Geneva in a game we expected them to win.

1. Episcopal – Knights put up 69 on rival Kinkaid.

2. All Saints – Saints a 41-14 winner on the road at St. Marks.

3. Houston Christian – Mustangs rebound nicely after week 5 loss and come back to defeat ESD by one.

4. Episcopal School of Dallas – Eagles dropped a heartbreaker to Houston Christian.

5. Kinkaid – Which Falcons team shows up? Kept it respectable for about a half with EHS, then the Knights did they do to the opposition this year.