Category: Power Rankings

2021 Week 6 Power Rankings

Week 6

May 10, 2021

1. Cyclones 3-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 1

The Champs were on the road once again, this time they traveled to a struggling Mustangs team. Though the Cyclones didn’t play up to their standards, they still won, 80-18.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Rage

2. Comanche 4-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 2

For the second week in a row the Comanche got themselves a shout out. But unlike last week they didn’t even have to play as the Maniacs forfeited.

Next Game: 5/8 at Tomahawks

3. Hitmen 5-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 3

The Hitmen played what many believed was to be their hardest game of the season. It was far from it as the Hitmen rolled the Wildcats, 44-0.

Next Game: 5/15 at Comanche

4. Warriors 3-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 4

For the second time in their team history, they traveled north to the Shock and for only the second time in their. history they won the best of the Northeast Trophy, 50-24

Next Game: 5/8 at Mustangs

5. Wildcats 4-1 (–)
Previous Rank: 5

The Wildcats faced the Hitmen without their star QB, JR Taylor, who missed the game due to suspension.

Next Game: 5/8 vs at Vikings

6. Shock 2-1 (–)
Previous Rank: 6

Shock took a step back this week as they lost to their rivals, the Warriors, 50-24. Dick City seems to have one of the most talented rosters in the GEFA which is disappointing.

Next Game: 5/8 at Savages

7. Savages 2-1 (–)
Previous Rank: 7

The Savages bounced back this week vs the Nightmare, though it was the dominance they had vs the Nightmare in the classic last year. Its still enough to build confidence.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Shock

8. Vikings 2-2 (–)
Previous Rank: 8

The Vikings bounced back from their two game slide with a big win over the Thunder in Johnstown. Hopefully, the Vikings have found a way to get back on track.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Wildcats

9. Thunder 2-3 (–)
Previous Rank: 9

The Thunder took a tough loss at home when the Vikings came into town, 46-26. Though it’s their third loss, they are still very much alive for the playoffs.

Next Game: 5/8 at Maniacs

10. Tomahawks 2-3 (+1)
Previous Rank: 11

From the early goings in the game you would have thought the Tomahawks were going to blow out the Jaguars. But like previous years, the Jaguars wouldn’t go away.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Comanche

11. Jaguars 1-3 (-1)
Previous Rank: 10

Jaguars for the second week in a row couldn’t find a way to put it together quick enough as their last ditch efforts weren’t enough against the Tomahawks.

Next Game: 5/8 at Spartans

12. Rage 1-2 (–)
Previous Rank: 12

The Rage jump up to number 12 this week after a great game vs the Diamondbacks. The Monmouth D accounted for 3 pick 6’s and the win, 32-30.

Next Game: 5/8 at Cyclones

13. Diamondbacks 1-2 (–)
Previous Rank: 13

The DBacks took a step back from a week as they lost a tough one of the road in Jersey. The biggest concern is what the status is of QB Ant Watson.

Next Game: 5/8 at Nightmare

14. Nightmare 0-3 (–)
Previous Rank: 14

Nightmare continue to improve but continue to shoot themselves in the foot. Even with all the mistakes they have been making were still in a position to win the game.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Nightmare

15. Mustangs 0-3 (–)
Previous Rank: 15

The Mustangs probably had their best chance to win a game this season last week. Not sure if they may have another chance to get that elusive first win in team history.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Warriors

16. Spartans 0-4 (+1)
Previous Rank: 17

The young Spartans are showing progress. They played a tough Thunder team at home. Though they didn’t get the win, they did gain confidence.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Jaguars

17. Maniacs 0-4 (-1)
Previous Rank: 16

The Spartans didn’t do anything to jump the Maniacs by any means. Its what the Maniacs didn’t do that dropped them… play.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Thunder

2021 Week 5 Power Rankings

Week 5

May 4, 2021

1. Cyclones 3-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 1

The Champs were on the road once again, this time they traveled to a struggling Mustangs team. Though the Cyclones didn’t play up to their standards, they still won, 80-18.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Rage

2. Comanche 4-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 2

For the second week in a row the Comanche got themselves a shout out. But unlike last week they didn’t even have to play as the Maniacs forfeited.

Next Game: 5/8 at Tomahawks

3. Hitmen 5-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 3

The Hitmen played what many believed was to be their hardest game of the season. It was far from it as the Hitmen rolled the Wildcats, 44-0.

Next Game: 5/15 at Comanche

4. Warriors 3-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 4

For the second time in their team history, they traveled north to the Shock and for only the second time in their. history they won the best of the Northeast Trophy, 50-24

Next Game: 5/8 at Mustangs

5. Wildcats 4-1 (–)
Previous Rank: 5

The Wildcats faced the Hitmen without their star QB, JR Taylor, who missed the game due to suspension.

Next Game: 5/8 vs at Vikings

6. Shock 2-1 (–)
Previous Rank: 6

Shock took a step back this week as they lost to their rivals, the Warriors, 50-24. Dick City seems to have one of the most talented rosters in the GEFA which is disappointing.

Next Game: 5/8 at Savages

7. Savages 2-1 (–)
Previous Rank: 7

The Savages bounced back this week vs the Nightmare, though it was the dominance they had vs the Nightmare in the classic last year. Its still enough to build confidence.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Shock

8. Vikings 2-2 (–)
Previous Rank: 8

The Vikings bounced back from their two game slide with a big win over the Thunder in Johnstown. Hopefully, the Vikings have found a way to get back on track.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Wildcats

9. Thunder 2-3 (–)
Previous Rank: 9

The Thunder took a tough loss at home when the Vikings came into town, 46-26. Though it’s their third loss, they are still very much alive for the playoffs.

Next Game: 5/8 at Maniacs

10. Tomahawks 2-3 (+1)
Previous Rank: 11

From the early goings in the game you would have thought the Tomahawks were going to blow out the Jaguars. But like previous years, the Jaguars wouldn’t go away.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Comanche

11. Jaguars 1-3 (-1)
Previous Rank: 10

Jaguars for the second week in a row couldn’t find a way to put it together quick enough as their last ditch efforts weren’t enough against the Tomahawks.

Next Game: 5/8 at Spartans

12. Rage 1-2 (–)
Previous Rank: 12

The Rage jump up to number 12 this week after a great game vs the Diamondbacks. The Monmouth D accounted for 3 pick 6’s and the win, 32-30.

Next Game: 5/8 at Cyclones

13. Diamondbacks 1-2 (–)
Previous Rank: 13

The DBacks took a step back from a week as they lost a tough one of the road in Jersey. The biggest concern is what the status is of QB Ant Watson.

Next Game: 5/8 at Nightmare

14. Nightmare 0-3 (–)
Previous Rank: 14

Nightmare continue to improve but continue to shoot themselves in the foot. Even with all the mistakes they have been making were still in a position to win the game.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Nightmare

15. Mustangs 0-3 (–)
Previous Rank: 15

The Mustangs probably had their best chance to win a game this season last week. Not sure if they may have another chance to get that elusive first win in team history.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Warriors

16. Spartans 0-4 (+1)
Previous Rank: 17

The young Spartans are showing progress. They played a tough Thunder team at home. Though they didn’t get the win, they did gain confidence.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Jaguars

17. Maniacs 0-4 (-1)
Previous Rank: 16

The Spartans didn’t do anything to jump the Maniacs by any means. Its what the Maniacs didn’t do that dropped them… play.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Thunder

2021 Week 4 Power Rankings

Week 4

April 25, 2021

1. Cyclones 3-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 1

The Champs were on the road once again, this time they traveled to a struggling Mustangs team. Though the Cyclones didn’t play up to their standards, they still won, 80-18.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Rage

2. Comanche 3-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 2

A lot was going on with the Mountain Champs this week as they traveled somewhat light to Punxy and it showed. The Comanche overcame some early adversity and won the game, 24-0.

Next Game: 5/1 vs Maniacs

3. Hitmen 4-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 3

The Hitmen played their first night game of the season as they traveled to Bloomsburg to take on the Maniacs. Though they didn’t have QB Corey Talerico, it didn’t matter.

Next Game: 5/1 at Williamsport

4. Warriors 3-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 4

For the second time in their team history, they traveled north to the Shock and for only the second time in their. history they won the best of the Northeast Trophy, 50-24

Next Game: 5/8 at Mustangs

5. Wildcats 4-0 (+1)
Previous Rank: 6

For the first time in a long time, Billtown breaks the power rankings top 5. HC Aaron Stoner has the Wildcats running on all cylinders as they beat the Tomahawks in Rec Park, 80-62.

Next Game: 5/1 vs Hitmen

6. Shock 2-1 (-1)
Previous Rank: 5

Shock took a step back this week as they lost to their rivals, the Warriors, 50-24. Dick City seems to have one of the most talented rosters in the GEFA which is disappointing.

Next Game: 5/8 at Savages

7. Savages 2-1 (+2)
Previous Rank: 9

The Savages bounced back this week vs the Nightmare, though it was the dominance they had vs the Nightmare in the classic last year. Its still enough to build confidence.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Shock

8. Vikings 1-2 (–)
Previous Rank: 8

Hopefully HC Thor Marlow was able to rally the troops in the off week because they are in a must win situation this week.

Next Game: 5/1 at Thunder

9. Thunder 2-2 (+2)
Previous Rank: 11

The Thunder continue to surprise the league as they break into the top 10 with a huge win over the Spartans, 56-28.

Next Game: 5/1 vs Vikings

10. Jaguars 1-2 (–)
Previous Rank: 10

Jaguars had a tough game against the Comanche. The biggest story, like other teams is missing pieces. That and not being able to make adjustments at half time will spell disaster.

Next Game: 5/1 vs Tomahawks

11. Tomahawks 1-3 (-4)
Previous Rank: 7

Mifflin County continues to drop. For the first time at Rec Park they lost to the Wildcats and for the first time since 2013 the Tomahawks are looking at missing the playoffs.

Next Game: 5/1 at Jaguars

12. Rage 1-2 (+3)
Previous Rank: 15

The Rage jump up to number 12 this week after a great game vs the Diamondbacks. The Monmouth D accounted for 3 pick 6’s and the win, 32-30.

Next Game: 5/8 at Cyclones

13. Diamondbacks 1-2 (-1)
Previous Rank: 12

The DBacks took a step back from a week as they lost a tough one of the road in Jersey. The biggest concern is what the status is of QB Ant Watson.

Next Game: 5/8 at Nightmare

14. Nightmare 0-3 (-1)
Previous Rank: 13

Nightmare continue to improve but continue to shoot themselves in the foot. Even with all the mistakes they have been making were still in a position to win the game.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Nightmare

15. Mustangs 0-3 (-1)
Previous Rank: 14

The Mustangs probably had their best chance to win a game this season last week. Not sure if they may have another chance to get that elusive first win in team history.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Warriors

16. Maniacs 0-3 (–)
Previous Rank: 16

The Maniacs finally had a home opener which they are usually pretty good at home. Problem this week was a conflict in scheduling that led half their team to be missing vs the Hitmen.

Next Game: 5/1 at Comanche

17. Spartans 0-4 (–)
Previous Rank: 17

The young Spartans are showing progress. They played a tough Thunder team at home. Though they didn’t get the win, they did gain confidence.

Next Game: 5/8 vs Jaguars

2021 Week 3 Power Rankings

Week 3

April 18, 2021

1. Cyclones 2-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 1

The Champs raised another banner this weekend as they hosted the undefeated Savages. Like their Coach Brent Melhorn says, “it was business as usual” as the Cyclones stormed past the Savages 80-6.

Next Game: 4/24 at Mustangs

2. Comanche 2-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 2

The Mountain Champs hosted a struggling Spartans team and took them behind the shed. Not much to say about that game as the Comanche won 82-14.

Next Game: 4/24 at Jaguars

3. Hitmen 3-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 3

The Hitmen continue to prove that their poor play vs the Tomahawks was just a fluke as they whacked the Vikings, 48-14.

Next Game: 4/24 at Maniacs

4. Warriors 2-0 (+1)
Previous Rank: 5

The Warriors offense continues to put points on the board and the defense is swarming. In 2 games Wilkes-Barre has outscored their opponents 113-32.

Next Game: 4/24 at Shock

5. Shock 2-0 (+2)
Previous Rank: 7

Seems like the Shock has found their answer at QB with the return of Cody Lamoreaux from Brazil. After a rough start, he shook the rust off for a big win vs the Nightmare, 52-21.

Next Game: 4/24 vs Warriors

6. Wildcats 3-0 (+3)
Previous Rank: 9

Billtown seemed to have not fully recovered from their close game with the Jags as it was just 6-6 half time but found a way to jump start the offense on their way to a 46-18 win.

Next Game: 4/24 at Tomahawks

7. Tomahawks 1-2 (-3)
Previous Rank: 4

Mifflin County looked like they were hung over from their impressive win over the Moshannon Valley. The Hawks dropped a heart breaker in Johnstown, 47-46.

Next Game: 4/24 vs Wildcats

8. Vikings 1-2 (-2)
Previous Rank: 6

We haven’t seen the Vikings play this poorly to start a season since 2019, 1-2. A lot of questions still need to be asked with this squad.

Next Game: 5/1 at Thunder

9. Savages 1-1 (-1)
Previous Rank: 8

The Savages in the off-season were the highest graded team in the Valley when it came to the Free Agent Frenzy report card.

Next Game: 4/24 vs Nightmare

10. Jaguars 1-1 (+1)
Previous Rank: 1

The Jaguars had a bye this week after their tough home opener loss to the Wildcats. They have another tough game at home this week verse the Tribe.

Next Game: 4/24 vs Comanche

11. Thunder 1-2 (+3)
Previous Rank: 14

For the first time in their team’s history the Thunder are winners. The Thunder shocked the GEFA with a win vs the Tomahawks.

Next Game: 4/24 @ Spartans

12. Diamondbacks 1-1 (+3)
Previous Rank: 15

The DBacks saw a lot of positives out of the rubble that the Cyclones left a week ago. They regrouped and got their first win of the season.

Next Game: 4/24 @ Rage

13. Nightmare 0-2 (-1)
Previous Rank: 13

Nightmare held a very tough Shock team to just 12 points in the first half. Unfortunately for them, a second half riddled with mistakes tanked them for the second week in a row.

Next Game: 4/24 @ Savages

14. Mustangs 0-2 (-1)
Previous Rank: 13

The Mustangs are slowly pulling it together but just not yet. Hazleton has a blaring need at LB which showed verses the Diamondbacks.

Next Game: 4/24 @ Cyclones

15. Rage 0-2 (-5)
Previous Rank: 10

The Rage traveled light to Wilkes-Barre and couldn’t get anything going verses a very tough Warriors team who held them scoreless until the third quarter.

Next Game: 4/24 vs DBacks

16. Maniacs 0-2 (–)
Previous Rank: 16

If you look close enough, you can always find something to be positive about. In this case the Maniacs held the Wildcats to a 6-6 at half time before the game got out of hand.

Next Game: 4/24 vs Hitmen

17. Spartans 0-3 (–)
Previous Rank: 17

The young Spartans have been outscored 222-26 in their first three games of this GEFA season. If that’s not crazy enough, the way this conference is, they still have a shot at the 4th seed.

Next Game: 4/24 vs Thunder

2021 Week 2 Power Rankings

Week 2

1. Cyclones 1-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 1

Alarms were sounding off all over Stroudsburg Saturday as an F5 reportedly touched down. Those sirens could only mean that the Champs were back as they handled their business in a rout of the Diamondbacks, 76-26. Though the storm didn’t deter the Dbacks, it did damage a helmet.

Next Game: 4/17 vs Savages


2. Comanche 1-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 2

The Mountain Champs hosted the much improved Thunder for their home opener. It wasn’t an easy of a game as they originally thought but nonetheless the Comanche picked up where they left off in the Mountain as it still runs through them.

Next Game: 4/17 vs Spartans

3. Hitmen 2-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 4

The Hitmen move up this week after a much improved showing this week. The Hitmen pretty much did what they wanted with the young Spartans winning the game 66-0. They have a huge matchup this upcoming week though with the Vikings.

Next Game: 4/17 vs Vikings

4. Tomahawks 1-1 (+5)
Previous Rank: 9

Mifflin County pulled off a huge upset this past weekend vs arch rival Moshannon Valley. The underrated Tomahawk defense held the high powered Viking offense to just eighteen points. Which brings us the question, are these Hawks legit? Time will tell.

Next Game: 4/17 at Thunder

5. Warriors 1-0 (+1)
Previous Rank: 6
The Warriors looked much improved from last year’s team. A lot more discipline. Their Head Coach, Master P, has really turned things around in Wilkes-Barre and you can tell. We’ll see how it goes in the next couple of weeks when they start getting into some stronger competition.

Next Game: 4/17 vs Rage

6. Vikings 1-1 (-3)
Previous Rank: 3

The Vikings sprung a leak in their ship on Saturday as their offense couldn’t get much going against the Tomahawks. Just like the Titanic the Vikings sink in our rankings. Look for the Vikings to try and turn things around as they head on the road to Cumberland Valley.

Next Game: 4/17 at Hitmen

7. Shock 1-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 7

A lot of questions were circling the Shock going into the matchup with the Mustangs. A lot of those questions were answered, but still some remain. The Shock may be one of the most underrated teams in the league this year after everyone they lost in the off-season.

Next Game: 4/17 @ Nightmare

8. Savages 1-0 (-3)
Previous Rank: 5

The Savages traveled to New Jersey Saturday and improved to 1-0 with a win over the Rage, 14-8. We heard it was an ugly win but a win nonetheless. The defense for the Savages was much improved, we need to see more from the Savages to get a pulse of where this team is at.

Next Game: 4/17 @ Cyclones

9. Williamsport Wildcats 2-0 (-1)
Previous Rank: 8

For the first time since 2015 the Wildcats are 2-0 and quickly climbing towards the top of the Mountain Conference standings. Yes, the Wildcats dropped down 1 spot and before Beaghley starts whining, some still believe that their hot start is a result of a weak early schedule.

Next Game: 4/17 vs Maniacs

10. Rage 0-1 (–)
Previous Rank: 10

The Rage came into Saturday’s home opener with the Savages struggling after a horrendous March dealing with Covid. Though the defense looked pretty good, the offense showed that the cohesiveness with showing up to practice was not there.

Next Game: 4/17 at Warriors

11. Jefferson County Jaguars 1-1 (+1)
Previous Rank: 12

The Jaguars continue to make statements this season. They are much improved from years past and it has been showing. The Jags took the Wildcats down to wire which is why we said this game is turning out to be a nice little rivalry.

Next Game: 4/24 vs Comanche

12. Coal County Nightmare 0-1 (+1)
Previous Rank: 13

Nightmare did everything in their power to give away their game to the Warriors. A lot of mental mistakes and a lot of penalties shot the Nightmare in the foot. Losing Devon Postell in the second half to injury. Hopefully, they wake up or this season could be another nightmare.

Next Game: 4/17 vs Shock

13. Mustangs 0-1 (-2)
Previous Rank: 11

The Mustangs had high hopes going into this season. They brought in coaches to help second year coach Billy Minnick and they brought in weapons to help veteran QB Dave Durange. All those changes didn’t help to get them their elusive first win in the GEFA.

Next Game: 4/17 at DBacks

14. Flood City Thunder 0-2 (+1)
Previous Rank: 15

The Thunder continue to lose but also continue to show they are better than the lower half of this ranking. Every week we are more and more impressed with their heart and their ability to show improvement. They may not get the W’s but they will come.

Next game: 4/17 vs Tomahawks

15. Monroe County Diamondbacks 0-1 (-1)
Previous Rank: 14

The DBacks had the unfortunate task of facing the Nation in week 1 in what we dubbed as the Lawn Chair Classic. All the questions about their roster woes were answered as they showed up with 25 guys. Though they stumbled, they are not folding and that is a positive.

Next Game: 4/17 vs. Mustangs

16. Columbia County Maniacs 0-1 (–)
Previous Rank: 16

The Maniacs spent their bye week licking their wounds and getting ready to bounce back verses a very hot Wildcats team in “Billtown”. It’ll be interesting to see how many players show up for this game after that lashing they took from the Vikings in week 0.

Next Game: 4/17 @ Wildcats

17. Spartans 0-2 (–)
Previous Rank: 17

The young Spartans have been outscored 140-12 in their first games of this GEFA season. One thing you can take out of this is so far they haven’t given up. They continue to fight on. If they can just get through this first half gauntlet of a schedule I think they can build some confidence.

Next Game: 4/17 at Comanche

2021 Week 1 Power Rankings

Week 1

1. Cyclones 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 1

The Champs still run it… for now. Notable losses; Ryan Contento, Coach Kerr, Jermell Fleming, and Shayne Clarke. But the Champs did get some impressive returns; Peter Ireland, Jimmy Buckner, and Ivan Rivera. Until the Champs lose a game you can’t put them anywhere but number 1. It’s been six years since that has happened. Look for the Nation to run the Valley once again all the way to Keystone Bowl X-Seven.

Next Game: 4/10 @ Diamondbacks


2. Comanche 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 2

The Mountain Champs are said to be more balanced than ever in their quest to get back to the show. They held the Champs to just six points in the second half of last year’s Keystone Bowl and are foaming at the mouth for one more shot. The Mountain Champs will have to do that without some key pieces from last yea but Free Agency has been good to them with the return of Abdul Murphy.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Thunder


3. Vikings 1-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 3

The Vikings came into their home opener versus the Maniacs and did exactly what everyone thought they were going to do, dominate. Though it was a complete game for the Vikings, it was against the #16 team in our power rankings. The Vikings won 56-8 against a Maniacs team who really seemed to struggle. Until we see some tougher competition for the Vikes its going to be hard to bump them over the Mountain Champs.

Next Game: 4/10 at Tomahawks


4. Hitmen 1-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 4

A lot of people, insiders, have the Hitmen picked to dethrone the Champs this season. That didn’t seem to be the case this weekend as the Hitmen struggled with the Tomahawks. Though they did win the game, 26-4, its hardly what anyone would have thought the score to be. Saturday’s game proved that you can’t judge a team on paper. But then again, its only week 0. Look for the Hitmen to “bounce back” versus the Spartans week 1.
Next Game: 4/10 at Spartans


5. Savages 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 5

The Savages come in at number 5 which may be a surprise to some. Carbon County has been hitting the pavement this off-season. They have picked up some big names, like Defensive Rookie of the year Carl Kreidler. The Savages are looking to build on their inaugural 2020 season.

Next Game: 4/10 @ Rage


6. Warriors 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 6

The Warriors come in at number seven. Every year they rebuild better than the season before. Last year the Warriors struggled in big games losing to rivals Diamondbacks and Shock. This year they have a new Head Coach and a new attitude. Look for a more comfortable Julius Ward as he goes into his sophomore season with the Iron Eight.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Nightmare


7. Shock 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 7

The four time Valley Conference runner up comes in at a bit of surprise at number seven but they’ve lost some huge pieces. QB Corey Talerico has signed with the Cumberland Valley Hitmen and 2019 Offensive Player of the Year, WR Ray Dominguez has retired after a fierce injury last season. The Shock at this point just have more questions than answers.

Next Game: 4/10 @ Mustangs


8. Williamsport Wildcats 1-0 (+1)
Previous Rank: 9

The Wildcats won their first opening day game since 2015. The coach for Wilpo in 2015? Zane Simpson. The coach for the Spartans? Zane Simpson. Coincidence? JR Taylor showed that he truley is the man at quarterback for the Wildcats and mauled the Spartans at home, 74-12. This was a huge game for the Wildcats as they honored a fallen brother, Scott Shaffer #7.

Next Game: 4/10 at Jaguars


9. Tomahawks 0-1 (-1)
Previous Rank: 8

Mifflin County did what everyone expected them to do versus the Hitmen, lose. But what wasn’t expected was how much trouble the Tomahawks gave them. Everyone predicted the Hitmen juggernaut to trample over the Tomahawks. Not the case. The Tomahawks had two trips in the red zone that stalled and two touchdowns called back. By watching the film they also outplayed the heavily favored Hitmen in the second half.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Vikings


10. Rage 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 10

Last season the Rage were probably hit harder by the injury bug than any other team in recent memory. Even with the injuries the Rage still had a chance to make it to the playoffs. Frank Susino returns for his final season with Monmouth County. If they can stay healthy expect the Rage to make a solid push for the playoffs.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Savages


11. Mustangs 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 11

First years are usually rough for teams in the GEFA. The baptism is almost weekly. Mustangs didn’t win a game in the 2020 season. This year they went after some weapons in the free agent frenzy and got a new offensive coordinator in Dave Lopes.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Shock


12. Jefferson County Jaguars 1-0 (+3)
Previous Rank: 15

The Jaguars make the biggest jump this week after winning another thriller verse the Thunder. From what we are told the Jaguars got themselves a stud at quarterback. Not to be a negative Nancy here but we have seen this scenario play out this way before and it didn’t end well for the Jags. Lets see if Rotsch and the Jags can rewrite the narrative, they have a tall order this week when Wilpo comes to town.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Wildcats


13. Coal County Nightmare 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 13

Coming back to the GEFA at 1-6 was not what Head Coach Justin McNulty had envisioned for last season but he knew he had a young inexperienced squad. This year those players have gained experience as well as bringing an old Valley Conference MVP back in Jared Johns at QB.

Next Game: 4/10 @ Warriors


14. Monroe County Diamondbacks 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 14

The DBacks are tied for first when it comes to the biggest drop in this season’s preseason power rankings. Low numbers have been reported with the Diamondbacks this entire off season but expect Ben Simon to pull some tricks out of his sleeves.

Next Game: 4/10 vs. Cyclones


15. Flood City Thunder 0-1 (+2)
Previous Rank: 17

Yes, the Thunder lost. But sometimes not all losses are actual losses. Some are a win in disguise. Like this game for instance. The Thunder lost 37-34 but they proved that even faced with adversity that they were going to stick together and fight for each other. With all that said, they face Caseem Johnson again who scorched them for 8 TDs last season.

Next game: 4/10 @ Comanche


16. Columbia County Maniacs 0-1 (–)
Previous Rank: 16

The Maniacs struggled as expected. The defensive line for the Vikings proved to be a huge problem for that Maniac offensive line. The Maniacs have a bye this week before taking the trip to Wilpo.

Next Game: 4/17 @ Wildcats


17. Spartans (-5)
Previous Rank: 12

Welcome back to the GEFA Zane Simpson. The expansion Spartans went to Wilpo and were baptized, 74-12. Zane better have a “come to Jesus” talk with his guys and quickly as they host an angry Hitmen team next week at home.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Hitmen

2021 Preseason Power Rankings

Preseason 

1. Cyclones (–)
Previous Rank: 1

The Champs still run it… for now. Notable losses; Ryan Contento, Coach Kerr, Jermell Fleming, and Shayne Clarke. But the Champs did get some impressive returns; Peter Ireland, Jimmy Buckner, and Ivan Rivera. Until the Champs lose a game you can’t put them anywhere but number 1. It’s been six years since that has happened. Look for the Nation to run the Valley once again all the way to Keystone Bowl X-Seven.

Next Game: 4/10 @ Diamondbacks


2. Comanche (–)
Previous Rank: 2

The Mountain Champs are said to be more balanced than ever in their quest to get back to the show. They held the Champs to just six points in the second half of last year’s Keystone Bowl and are foaming at the mouth for one more shot. The Mountain Champs will have to do that without some key pieces from last yea but Free Agency has been good to them with the return of Abdul Murphy.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Thunder


3. Vikings (+1)
Previous Rank: 4

The Vikings jump a spot in the power rankings due to an impressive off-season. Head Coach Thor Marlow has been pretty quiet when making moves this year. Just when you think their defensive line can’t improve anymore from last season they bring back Omar Soto and added Matt Suey to their already stacked DL. The Vikings have been answering a lot of questions from last season but we will have to see how they do this season.

Next Game: 4/3 vs Maniacs


4. Hitmen (+12)
Previous Rank: NR

The Hitmen have returned to the GEFA! They haven’t played a game in this league since 2018 where they lost to the Shock in the first round of the playoffs. A lot has changed since then. For the first time since 2015 the Hitmen will have a new QB1 under center. Coach Kerr is back at the helm as Head Coach. The Hitmen have a great history in the GEFA and we are glad to have them back.

Next Game: 4/3 vs Tomahawks


5. Savages (+6)
Previous Rank: 11

The Savages come in at number 5 which may be a surprise to some. Carbon County has been hitting the pavement this off-season. They have picked up some big names, like Defensive Rookie of the year Carl Kreidler. The Savages are looking to build on their inaugural 2020 season.

Next Game: 4/10 @ Rage


6. Warriors (+1)
Previous Rank: 7

The Warriors come in at number seven. Every year they rebuild better than the season before. Last year the Warriors struggled in big games losing to rivals Diamondbacks and Shock. This year they have a new Head Coach and a new attitude. Look for a more comfortable Julius Ward as he goes into his sophomore season with the Iron Eight.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Nightmare


7. Shock (-4)
Previous Rank: 3

The four time Valley Conference runner up comes in at a bit of surprise at number seven but they’ve lost some huge pieces. QB Corey Talerico has signed with the Cumberland Valley Hitmen and 2019 Offensive Player of the Year, WR Ray Dominguez has retired after a fierce injury last season. The Shock at this point just have more questions than answers.

Next Game: 4/10 @ Mustangs


8. Tomahawks (–)
Previous Rank: 8

Mifflin County has been a playoff fixture for years. Head Coach Brian Rodgers, the only coach in GEFA history to win Coach of the Year 3 times, is in a bit of a rebuild this season. The Tomahawks are looking to revamp their defense behind Defensive Player of the Year Charles Faust and may have a new surprise at QB.

Next Game: 4/3 @ Hitmen


9. Wildcats (–)
Previous Rank: 9

Wilpo just missed the playoffs last season in a three way tie breaker with the Tomahawks and Maniacs. Andrew Shaffer has retired which has opened the door for JR Taylor to take the helm. The Wildcat defense is anchored once again by Bill Deiter Award Winner Ross Stebbins.

Next Game: 4/3 vs Spartans


10. Rage (–)
Previous Rank: 10

Last season the Rage were probably hit harder by the injury bug than any other team in recent memory. Even with the injuries the Rage still had a chance to make it to the playoffs. Frank Susino returns for his final season with Monmouth County. If they can stay healthy expect the Rage to make a solid push for the playoffs.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Savages


11. Mustangs (+4)
Previous Rank: 15

First years are usually rough for teams in the GEFA. The baptism is almost weekly. Mustangs didn’t win a game in the 2020 season. This year they went after some weapons in the free agent frenzy and got a new offensive coordinator in Dave Lopes.

Game: 4/10 vs Shock


12. Spartans (+5)
Previous Rank: NR

Not a lot is known from the Spartans which is exactly how former Keystone Bowl Champion Head Coach, Zane Simpson wants. Zane is in his first year as Spartans owner and wants to prove to the rest of the league that there are still tricks to be learned from this old dog.

Next Game: 4/3 @ Wildcats


13. Coal County Nightmare (-1)
Previous Rank: 12

Coming back to the GEFA at 1-6 was not what Head Coach Justin McNulty had envisioned for last season but he knew he had a young inexperienced squad. This year those players have gained experience as well as bringing an old Valley Conference MVP back in Jared Johns at QB.

Next Game: 4/10 @ Warriors


14. Monroe County Diamondbacks (-9)
Previous Rank: 5

The DBacks are tied for first when it comes to the biggest drop in this season’s preseason power rankings. Low numbers have been reported with the Diamondbacks this entire off season but expect Ben Simon to pull some tricks out of his sleeves.

Next Game: 4/10 vs. Cyclones


15. Jefferson County Jaguars (-2)
Previous Rank: 13

The Jags have a new lease on life after the NCPA Mtn Lions merged with Jefferson County this season. They also have a new Head Coach in David Rotsch as well as some new weapons to build around the Swiss army knife, Dane Bright. Their defense will once again be led by Zach Hoy, who set the single game tackle record (25) last season.

Next game: 4/3 @ Thunder


16. Columbia County Maniacs (-10)
Previous Rank: 6

Maniacs have taking the farthest drop in the power rankings dropping 10 spots from 2020. Why the drop? The Maniacs have been hit or miss this off-season. More rumors than truths. It seems like they lost their identity from last season. Lets see if they can get it back.

Next Game: 4/3@ Vikings


17. Thunder (-3)
Previous Rank: 14

It’s not that we don’t think the Thunder are good. It’s just they were a forfeit away from being winless last season and we just don’t have enough information to give them justice. That will all change after week 0 when they play the Jags at home.

Next Game: 4/3 vs Jaguars

2021 Power Rankings

Week 1

1. Cyclones 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 1

The Champs still run it… for now. Notable losses; Ryan Contento, Coach Kerr, Jermell Fleming, and Shayne Clarke. But the Champs did get some impressive returns; Peter Ireland, Jimmy Buckner, and Ivan Rivera. Until the Champs lose a game you can’t put them anywhere but number 1. It’s been six years since that has happened. Look for the Nation to run the Valley once again all the way to Keystone Bowl X-Seven.

Next Game: 4/10 @ Diamondbacks


2. Comanche 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 2

The Mountain Champs are said to be more balanced than ever in their quest to get back to the show. They held the Champs to just six points in the second half of last year’s Keystone Bowl and are foaming at the mouth for one more shot. The Mountain Champs will have to do that without some key pieces from last yea but Free Agency has been good to them with the return of Abdul Murphy.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Thunder


3. Vikings 1-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 3

The Vikings came into their home opener versus the Maniacs and did exactly what everyone thought they were going to do, dominate. Though it was a complete game for the Vikings, it was against the #16 team in our power rankings. The Vikings won 56-8 against a Maniacs team who really seemed to struggle. Until we see some tougher competition for the Vikes its going to be hard to bump them over the Mountain Champs.

Next Game: 4/10 at Tomahawks


4. Hitmen 1-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 4

A lot of people, insiders, have the Hitmen picked to dethrone the Champs this season. That didn’t seem to be the case this weekend as the Hitmen struggled with the Tomahawks. Though they did win the game, 26-4, its hardly what anyone would have thought the score to be. Saturday’s game proved that you can’t judge a team on paper. But then again, its only week 0. Look for the Hitmen to “bounce back” versus the Spartans week 1.
Next Game: 4/10 at Spartans


5. Savages 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 5

The Savages come in at number 5 which may be a surprise to some. Carbon County has been hitting the pavement this off-season. They have picked up some big names, like Defensive Rookie of the year Carl Kreidler. The Savages are looking to build on their inaugural 2020 season.

Next Game: 4/10 @ Rage


6. Warriors 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 6

The Warriors come in at number seven. Every year they rebuild better than the season before. Last year the Warriors struggled in big games losing to rivals Diamondbacks and Shock. This year they have a new Head Coach and a new attitude. Look for a more comfortable Julius Ward as he goes into his sophomore season with the Iron Eight.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Nightmare


7. Shock 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 7

The four time Valley Conference runner up comes in at a bit of surprise at number seven but they’ve lost some huge pieces. QB Corey Talerico has signed with the Cumberland Valley Hitmen and 2019 Offensive Player of the Year, WR Ray Dominguez has retired after a fierce injury last season. The Shock at this point just have more questions than answers.

Next Game: 4/10 @ Mustangs


8. Williamsport Wildcats 1-0 (+1)
Previous Rank: 9

The Wildcats won their first opening day game since 2015. The coach for Wilpo in 2015? Zane Simpson. The coach for the Spartans? Zane Simpson. Coincidence? JR Taylor showed that he truley is the man at quarterback for the Wildcats and mauled the Spartans at home, 74-12. This was a huge game for the Wildcats as they honored a fallen brother, Scott Shaffer #7.

Next Game: 4/10 at Jaguars


9. Tomahawks 0-1 (-1)
Previous Rank: 8

Mifflin County did what everyone expected them to do versus the Hitmen, lose. But what wasn’t expected was how much trouble the Tomahawks gave them. Everyone predicted the Hitmen juggernaut to trample over the Tomahawks. Not the case. The Tomahawks had two trips in the red zone that stalled and two touchdowns called back. By watching the film they also outplayed the heavily favored Hitmen in the second half.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Vikings


10. Rage 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 10

Last season the Rage were probably hit harder by the injury bug than any other team in recent memory. Even with the injuries the Rage still had a chance to make it to the playoffs. Frank Susino returns for his final season with Monmouth County. If they can stay healthy expect the Rage to make a solid push for the playoffs.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Savages


11. Mustangs 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 11

First years are usually rough for teams in the GEFA. The baptism is almost weekly. Mustangs didn’t win a game in the 2020 season. This year they went after some weapons in the free agent frenzy and got a new offensive coordinator in Dave Lopes.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Shock


12. Jefferson County Jaguars 1-0 (+3)
Previous Rank: 15

The Jaguars make the biggest jump this week after winning another thriller verse the Thunder. From what we are told the Jaguars got themselves a stud at quarterback. Not to be a negative Nancy here but we have seen this scenario play out this way before and it didn’t end well for the Jags. Lets see if Rotsch and the Jags can rewrite the narrative, they have a tall order this week when Wilpo comes to town.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Wildcats


13. Coal County Nightmare 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 13

Coming back to the GEFA at 1-6 was not what Head Coach Justin McNulty had envisioned for last season but he knew he had a young inexperienced squad. This year those players have gained experience as well as bringing an old Valley Conference MVP back in Jared Johns at QB.

Next Game: 4/10 @ Warriors


14. Monroe County Diamondbacks 0-0 (–)
Previous Rank: 14

The DBacks are tied for first when it comes to the biggest drop in this season’s preseason power rankings. Low numbers have been reported with the Diamondbacks this entire off season but expect Ben Simon to pull some tricks out of his sleeves.

Next Game: 4/10 vs. Cyclones


15. Flood City Thunder 0-1 (+2)
Previous Rank: 17

Yes, the Thunder lost. But sometimes not all losses are actual losses. Some are a win in disguise. Like this game for instance. The Thunder lost 37-34 but they proved that even faced with adversity that they were going to stick together and fight for each other. With all that said, they face Caseem Johnson again who scorched them for 8 TDs last season.

Next game: 4/10 @ Comanche


16. Columbia County Maniacs 0-1 (–)
Previous Rank: 16

The Maniacs struggled as expected. The defensive line for the Vikings proved to be a huge problem for that Maniac offensive line. The Maniacs have a bye this week before taking the trip to Wilpo.

Next Game: 4/17 @ Wildcats


17. Spartans (-5)
Previous Rank: 12

Welcome back to the GEFA Zane Simpson. The expansion Spartans went to Wilpo and were baptized, 74-12. Zane better have a “come to Jesus” talk with his guys and quickly as they host an angry Hitmen team next week at home.

Next Game: 4/10 vs Hitmen

2019 Power Rankings

The Power Rankings are done for every week of the season using a simple formula based on wins and losses against opponents and where they rank during said week. Points are awarded to teams based off their weekly results and teams are ranked in order of overall total points. If a teams opponent forfeits for the week, the team will still receive points for the week while the opponent will not receive any. Teams will not receive any points during bye-weeks.

At the beginning of every season, power rankings are set based off of the previous years results, with any new teams being added to the bottom. Each team is then awarded a set amount of points that increases the higher they are ranked and these are how teams get started with overall points. Starting next season, power rankings will still be set based off of the previous years end results with new teams being added to the bottom, however, the top 8 teams will begin the season with 100 points while the rest of the teams will receive 50 points to start the season.

Formula

Win against top 7 = 20 points
Win against bottom 7 = 10 points
Loss against top 7 = 5 points
Loss against bottom 7 = 0 points

Add points each team has accumulated for their current week to overall team score to get updated results for the current week. If teams are tied with same amount of overall points, the power ranking tie-breakers are:

Most wins > head-to-head > overall points scored

Week 11Week 10Week 9Week 8Week 7Week 6Week 5Week 4Week 3Week 2Week 1Week 0Preseason

Week 11 Rankings

1. Cyclones (280)
2. Vikings (235)
3. Comanche (205)
4. Shock (190)
5. Warriors (165)
6. Tomahawks (165)
7. Mt. Lions (160)
8. Kings (105)
9. Diamondbacks (100)
10. Wildcats (95)
11. Jaguars (95)
12. Maniacs (90)
13. Rage (90)
14. Raptors (65)
15. Gorillas (25)

Week 10 Rankings

1. Cyclones (260)
2. Vikings (235)
3. Comanche (200)
4. Shock (180)
5. Warriors (155)
6. Tomahawks (155)
7. Mt. Lions (150)
8. Kings (95)
9. Wildcats (90)
10. Diamondbacks (90)
11. Maniacs (90)
12. Jaguars (90)
13. Rage (85)
14. Raptors (65)
15. Gorillas (25)

Week 9 Rankings

1. Cyclones (240)
2. Vikings (225)
3. Comanche (190)
4. Shock (160)
5. Warriors (150)
6. Tomahawks (150)
7. Mt. Lions (140)
8. Kings (95)
9. Wildcats (85)
10. Jaguars (85)
11. Diamondbacks (80)
12. Rage (80)
13. Maniacs (80)
14. Raptors (65)
15. Gorillas (25)

Week 8 Rankings

1. Cyclones (230)
2. Vikings (205)
3. Comanche (185)
4. Shock (160)
5. Warriors (150)
6. Mt. Lions (135)
7. Tomahawks (130)
8. Kings (95)
9. Wildcats (85)
10. Rage (80)
11. Maniacs (75)
12. Jaguars (75)
13. Raptors (65)
14. Diamondbacks (60)
15. Gorillas (25)

Week 7 Rankings

1. Cyclones (220)
2. Vikings (195)
3. Comanche (175)
4. Shock (150)
5. Warriors (140)
6. Mt. Lions (125)
7. Tomahawks (120)
8. Kings (90)
9. Wildcats (80)
10. Maniacs (75)
11. Rage (75)
12. Jaguars (70)
13. Raptors (65)
14. Diamondbacks (55)
15. Gorillas (25)

Week 6 Rankings

1. Cyclones (210)
2. Comanche (175)
3. Vikings (175)
4. Shock (140)
5. Warriors (120)
6. Mt. Lions (120)
7. Tomahawks (115)
8. Kings (80)
9. Rage (70)
10. Wildcats (70)
11. Jaguars (70)
12. Raptors (65)
13. Maniacs (65)
14. Diamondbacks (50)
15. Gorillas (25)

Week 5 Rankings

1. Cyclones (190)
2. Vikings (175)
3. Comanche (165)
4. Shock (130)
5. Mt. Lions (120)
6. Warriors (110)
7. Tomahawks (110)
8. Kings (75)
9. Rage (70)
10. Jaguars (65)
11. Maniacs (60)
12. Wildcats (60)
13. Raptors (55)
14. Diamondbacks (30)
15. Gorillas (25)

Week 4 Rankings

1. Cyclones (180)
2. Vikings (165)
3. Comanche (145)
4. Shock (125)
5. Mt. Lions (110)
6. Tomahawks (105)
7. Warriors (90)
8. Rage (70)
9. Kings (70)
10. Jaguars (65)
11. Wildcats (55)
12. Raptors (50)
13. Maniacs (50)
14. Diamondbacks (25)
15. Gorillas (25)

Week 3 Rankings

1. Cyclones (160)
2. Vikings (145)
3. Comanche (125)
4. Shock (120)
5. Mt. Lions (105)
6. Tomahawks (100)
7. Warriors (80)
8. Kings (70)
9. Rage (60)
10. Jaguars (55)
11. Raptors (50)
12. Maniacs (45)
13. Wildcats (45)
14. Diamondbacks (30)
15. Gorillas (25)

Week 2 Rankings

1. Cyclones (140)
2. Vikings (135)
3. Comanche (120)
4. Mt. Lions (100)
5. Tomahawks (100)
6. Shock (100)
7. Warriors (80)
8. Kings (70)
9. Rage (50)
10. Jaguars (50)
11. Raptors (45)
12. Wildcats (45)
13. Maniacs (35)
14. Diamondbacks (30)
15. Gorillas (25)

Week 1 Rankings

1. Cyclones (140)
2. Vikings (135)
3. Comanche (110)
4. Shock (100)
5. Tomahawks (90)
6. Mt. Lions (80)
7. Kings (70)
8. Warriors (60)
9. Jaguars (45)
10. Rage (40)
11. Maniacs (35)
12. Wildcats (35)
13. Diamondbacks (25)
14. Raptors (25)
15. Gorillas (25)

Week 0 Rankings

1. Vikings (130)
2. Cyclones (120)
3. Comanche (100)
4. Shock (100)
5. Tomahawks (80)
6. Mt. Lions (70)
7. Kings (65)
8. Warriors (50)
9. Jaguars (45)
10. Wildcats (35)
11. Maniacs (25)
12. Gorillas (25)
13. Diamondbacks (20)
14. Raptors (20)
15. Rage (20)

Preseason Rankings

1. Cyclones (120)
2. Vikings (110)
3. Shock (100)
4. Comanche (90)
5. Tomahawks (80)
6. Mt. Lions (70)
7. Kings (65)
8. Warriors (50)
9. Jaguars (45)
10. Wildcats (35)
11. Maniacs (25)
12. Diamondbacks (20)
13. Raptors (20)
14. Rage (20)
15. Gorillas (20)

2018 Power Rankings

Playoffs - Round 1Week 11Week 10Week 9Week 8Week 7Week 6Week 5Week 4Week 3Week 2Week 1Preseason

Playoffs – Round 1 Rankings

1. Cyclones (250)
2. Tomahawks (190)
3. Vikings (180)
4. Shock (175)
5. Hitmen (175)
6. Mt. Lions (135)
7. Comanche (125)
8. Phantoms (65)


9. Tigers (65)
10. Jaguars (50)
11. Warriors (45)
12. Predators (40)
13. Wildcats (40)
14. Maniacs (15)

Week 11: Final Regular Season Rankings

1. Cyclones (240)
2. Hitmen (170)
3. Tomahawks (170)
4. Vikings (160)
5. Shock (155)
6. Mt. Lions (125)
7. Comanche (120)
8. Phantoms (65)
9. Tigers (65)
10. Jaguars (50)
11. Warriors (45)
12. Predators (40)
13. Wildcats (40)
14. Maniacs (15)

Week 10 Rankings

1. Cyclones (220)
2. Tomahawks (170)
3. Hitmen (160)
4. Shock (145)
5. Vikings (140)
6. Mt. Lions (115)
7. Comanche (110)
8. Tigers (65)
9. Phantoms (60)
10. Jaguars (50)
11. Predators (40)
12. Warriors (35)
13. Wildcats (30)
14. Maniacs (10)

Week 9 Rankings

1. Cyclones (210)
2. Hitmen (150)
3. Tomahawks (160)
4. Vikings (140)
5. Shock (125)
6. Mt. Lions (105)
7. Comanche (100)
8. Tigers (55)
9. Phantoms (55)
10. Jaguars (45)
11. Predators (40)
12. Wildcats (25)
13. Warriors (30)
14. Maniacs (10)

Week 8 Rankings

1. Cyclones (190)
2. Hitmen (150)
3. Tomahawks (140)
4. Vikings (130)
5. Shock (120)
6. Mt. Lions (100)
7. Comanche (90)
8. Tigers (55)
9. Phantoms (45)
10. Jaguars (40)
11. Predators (35)
12. Wildcats (25)
13. Warriors (20)
14. Maniacs (10)

Week 7 Rankings

1. Cyclones (180)
2. Hitmen (145)
3. Tomahawks (135)
4. Shock (110)
5. Vikings (110)
6. Mt. Lions (100)
7. Comanche (70)
8. Tigers (55)
9. Phantoms (40)
10. Predators (30)
11. Jaguars (30)
12. Wildcats (25)
13. Warriors (20)
14. Maniacs (10)

Week 6 Rankings

1. Cyclones (170)
2. Tomahawks (135)
3. Hitmen (125)
4. Shock (100)
5. Vikings (100)
6. Mt. Lions (90)
7. Tigers (55)
8. Comanche (50)
9. Phantoms (35)
10. Wildcats (25)
11. Jaguars (25)
12. Predators (20)
13. Warriors (15)
14. Maniacs (10)

Week 5 Rankings

1. Cyclones (150)
2. Tomahawks (130)
3. Hitmen (105)
4. Vikings (95)
5. Shock (90)
6. Mt. Lions (80)
7. Tigers (55)
8. Comanche (40)
9. Phantoms (35)
10. Predators (20)
11. Jaguars (20)
12. Warriors (15)
13. Wildcats (15)
14. Maniacs (10)

Week 4 Rankings

1. Cyclones (140)
2. Tomahawks (120)
3. Hitmen (95)
4. Mt. Lions (80)
5. Shock (80)
6. Vikings (75)
7. Tigers (50)
8. Comanche (35)
9. Phantoms (25)
10. Predators (20)
11. Warriors (15)
12. Jaguars (15)
13. Wildcats (10)
14. Maniacs (5)

Week 3 Rankings

1. Cyclones (120)
2. Tomahawks (100)
3. Hitmen (90)
4. Shock (80)
5. Vikings (70)
6. Mt. Lions (60)
7. Tigers (45)
8. Comanche (35)
9. Phantoms (25)
10. Jaguars (15)
11. Predators (10)
12. Wildcats (10)
13. Warriors (5)
14. Maniacs (5)

Week 2 Rankings

1. Cyclones
2. Tomahawks
3. Hitmen
4. Shock
5. Vikings
6. Mt. Lions
7. Tigers
8. Comanche
9. Phantoms
10. Jaguars
11. Predators
12. Warriors
13. Wildcats
14. Maniacs

Week 1 Rankings

1. Cyclones
2. Tomahawks
3. Hitmen
4. Shock
5. Vikings
6. Mt. Lions
7. Comanche
8. Predators
9. Warriors
10. Wildcats
11. Jaguars
12. Tigers
13. Phantoms
14. Maniacs

Preseason Rankings

1. Cyclones
2. Tomahawks
3. Hitmen
4. Shock
5. Vikings
6. Mt. Lions
7. Predators
8. Tigers
9. Comanche
10. Warriors
11. Maniacs
12. Wildcats
13. Jaguars
14. Phantoms