Mingus kept its second place spot in the Grand Canyon Media Football Poll.
For the fifth week in a row Bradshaw Mountain (4-0) led the rankings, with 76 points and 10 first place votes. Mingus had 59 points and one first place vote.
The Marauders (3-1) suffered their first defeat at Seton Catholic Prep 36-26. MUHS lost starting quarterback Antoine Zabala to a concussion and senior Alex Nelson to an ejection.
Coconino (3-0) jumped from fifth to third after they beat Cortez 56-0. The Panthers host Mingus, who will be without Nelson and likely Zabala, on Friday at 7 p.m.
Week 4 scores (Sept. 7)
Bradshaw Mountain 42, Greenway 20
Prescott 56, Deer Valley 7
Seton Catholic 36, Mingus 26
Coconino 56, Cortez 0
Lee Williams 53, Kingman Academy 0
Peoria 52, Mohave 14
Tempe 18, Flagstaff 10
Week 5 Schedule (Sept. 14)
Bradshaw Mountain at Lee Williams, 7 p.m.
Prescott at Flagstaff, 7 p.m.
Mingus at Coconino, 7 p.m.
Mohave at Dysart, 7 p.m.