The Eagles' state-record 63-game winning streak came to an end Saturday night, but they're still No. 1 on Sunday.
The undefeated state powers have sat atop the AP poll all season.
The Eagles and the Raiders are once again unanimous picks to top the big-school classifications.
The top-ranked teams have run through (or nearly through) the entire regular season with no losses.
The Chargers moved up the polls after beating Kentlake, which was No. 2, last week.
The top teams in each classification largely remained the same this week, except Clarkston which takes the top spot in Class 2A.
The Chargers, who were No. 5 last week, made the move after up after knocking off former No. 2 Kentlake.
The undefeated Braves are the unanimous No. 1 while the Falcons are sitting behind state power Central Valley.
The undefeated state powers easily earn the top spot in the weekly poll of media across the state.
With the majority of the teams winning in the last week, the state rankings stay largely the same.
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