We didn't really expect anything to change this week, with Real matched up against Stallions FC in possibly the least meaningful rivalry game the league has to offer. Another week, another lopsided win. The real test starts next week with Raiders United.
#2 – Hurst City FC (HJH)
No more doubt. City are the Kings of Hurst this year. The only thing standing between them and another Top of Table Award for HJH is a Week 6 Showdown with Real Euless. At this point, it's honestly hard to say who takes that one.
#3 Raiders United (HJH)
There's no shame in dropping a match to Hurst City, especially if you do so while legitimately threatening to steal the game. Lots of talent scattered around the field for Raiders. They'll be scary for years to come.
#4 – Atlético Central (CJH)
It's been a tough year for Central, and splitting points with Spartans will only exasperate their already tumultuous team chemistry. Can their first-year coach keep this squad focused for their traditional clutch run of wins?
#5- Spartans FC (CJH)
It took four weeks, but Spartans finally have their first point. They've got a tough draw, boasting so many skilled-but-undersized students from CJHS. The best thing for this team — who are tactically sound but struggle technically — will be time and growth spurts.
#6- Bedford United (BJH)
Bedford spent their off week serving the other teams in Liga HEB and set the bar for doing so in the process. But the Broncos drop a spot in the rankings as the only team they've beaten this year (Spartans) improved.
#7- Stallions FC (EJH)
The good news for Stallions is that the pain is almost over. They have one more tough matchup next week against an Atlético squad that will be out for blood, then a pair of winnable matches against Spartans and Bedford.