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Barron Collier had the most impressive win of Week 4, Golden Gate remained undefeated, and Immokalee stayed winless.

How much did the results of last week affect the PrepZone Power Poll? Keep reading to find out.

Each week the Naples Daily News staff will rank all 11 high school football teams in Collier County from top to bottom. Here is the PrepZone Power Poll entering Week 4 of the season:

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1. Naples (1-1; Last week: 1) – The Golden Eagles had a bye last week. Their last game was a hard-fought loss to a very good Class 8A Miami-Palmetto team. Naples’ game against Gulf Coast this Friday should be closer than most expected at the start of the season.

2. Golden Gate (3-0; Last week: 2) – The Titans have equaled the program’s best start to a season. But can they keep it up without quarterback/running back Jay Herard, who is out with a broken leg? They can’t rely on Jouvensly Bazile to carry 53 times every game like he did last week.

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3. Barron Collier (2-1; Last week: 3) – The Cougars went into Immokalee and beat the Indians, who had star quarterback R.J. Rosales back for the first time this season. Barron Collier is on the cusp of moving up to No. 2, but Golden Gate still gets the nod for being undefeated.

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Drew Powell rushed for more than 200 yards and five TDs behind a punishing offensive line, as Barron Collier defeated Immokalee 44-33 on Friday night. Andrew Sodergren, andy.sodergren@naplesnews.com, 239-263-4731

4. Gulf Coast (2-1; Last week: 5) – The Sharks climbed another spot in the poll despite a loss. But it was a close loss to a good Miami-Monsignor Pace team. Plus Immokalee lost again, so Gulf Coast jumps up to No. 4. The Sharks have moved up four spots in the poll in two weeks.

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5. Immokalee (0-3; Last week: 4) – Indians coach Rodelin Anthony says the sky isn’t falling in Immokalee, though it’s doubtful the Indians’ notoriously demanding fans share his optimism. If Immokalee doesn’t win this week in its district opener against Dunbar, things could get ugly.

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6. Palmetto Ridge (0-2; Last week: 6) – The Bears looked much better in their second game, losing 15-10 to a solid North Fort Myers teams. If the Palmetto Ridge offense can get going (17 points in two games), the Bears can start to turn things around.

7. First Baptist (2-0; Last week 7) – The Lions have yet to be tested, winning their games by a combined score of 95-14. This week should be a good one in FBA’s first-ever game against Lee County’s own established parochial school program Bishop Verot.

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8. St. John Neumann (2-0; Last week: 8) – You can’t take much away from the Celtics’ 55-0 win over an overmatched Gateway Charter team. We’ll see if Neumann if for real this week when it plays a very good Moore Haven squad.

 

9. Lely (0-2; Last week: 9) – Henderson Francois has been fantastic for the Trojans this year, rushing for more than 150 yards in both games. The Trojans need some more weapons to emerge for the offense.

10. Community School (0-2; Last week: 10) – The Seahawks lost at home last week to a Southwest Florida Christian team that had not scored a point all season. Not a great start to the season at CSN.

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SFCA pulled out a 27-22 victory at Community School. CSN scored on a safety, then SFCA scored its first touchdown, and added an interception. Scott Clair, Special to USA TODAY NETWORK-FLORIDA

 

11. Marco Island Academy (0-3; Last week: 11) – The Manta Rays have yet to score a point this season.

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