The 2019 Texas high school football season has completed eight weeks of action. Check out the latest VYPE Austin UIL 5A rankings to see where top area teams landed after Cedar Park's 20-16 win against Hutto, Pflugerville Weiss' 17-16 win against Cedar Creek and Leander Glenn's 35-28 win against Georgetown East View!
No. 1 Cedar Park: 7-1 (Previous: #2)
No. 2 Dripping Springs: 6-1 (Previous: #3)
No. 3 Hutto: 5-1 (Previous: #1)
No. 4 Manor: 5-2 (Previous: #5)
No. 5 Pflugerville Weiss: 6-1 (Previous: #6)
No. 6 Austin LBJ Early College: 5-2 (Previous: #7)
No. 7 Georgetown East View: 5-2 (Previous: #4)
No. 8 Georgetown: 4-3 (Previous: #10)
No. 9 Leander Glenn: 4-3 (Previous: NR)
No. 10 Cedar Creek: 4-3 (Previous: #9)
Fell out: Lockhart: 4-3 (Previous: #8)Others to watch: Bastrop (3-4), Austin Northeast Early College (2-5), Austin McCallum (2-5), Elgin (2-5) and Austin Crockett Early College (2-5)
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