06/06/2016, 7:21pm CDT
, By David La Vaque, Star Tribune
The moves do away with two districts and create two new ones. State champ St. Michael-Albertville is expected to play more traditional powers while Hopkins and Coon Rapids, with less success of late, will likely get more a competitive slate of games.
This being the final Metro Top 10 of the season — rankings become irrelevant once playoffs begin — it’s a good time to reflect to see how the preseason rankings stack up against what actually occurred.