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The 2021 spring season is nearing the halfway point and Garden City College is holding steady as the No. 2 team in the JCGridiron Dirty 30 Rankings. The Broncbusters cruised to a 58-0 win over Highland on Saturday.

Garden City prefers Fords to Chevys …. as in Jordan Ford. The sophomore has eclipsed the 100-yard mark in all three games, including a 111-yard performance on Saturday. Ford now has 457 yards and seven scores on the ground through three games, including two more touchdowns against the Scotties. Garden City improved to 3-0 on the season with the win and now gets its toughest challenge of the season when it travels to No. 6 Independence this weekend.

Jordan Ford ran for 111 and two scores against Highland
Jordan Ford ran for 111 and two scores against Highland (Adam Shrimplin (@ gobroncbusters.com))

Snow moved up to No. 5 in the rankings after an impressive 27-7 win at Lackawanna on Saturday. The Badger defense held Lackawanna to nine first downs and forced three turnovers in holding the Falcons scoreless over the final 40+ minutes of the game. The road warriors from Utah now get back-to-back home dates, starting with ASA-Miami on Saturday.

A pair of big battles loom in the Southwest JCFC this weekend when No. 9 Kilgore travels to No. 35 Navarro on Saturday while No. 15 Trinity Valley makes the trip to No. 20 Cisco for a Thursday game.

Just a reminder on the rankings. As teams continue to cancel games during the spring they will fall in the rankings. The California ranks have mostly said they won’t play during the spring, and the programs will gradually fall in the rankings throughout the season.

Here is the rest of the updated JCGridiron Dirty 30 Rankings. The Dirty 30 Rankings do not include games against club teams, prep schools, non-CCCAA, non-NJCAA or non-HJCAC programs in its rankings.

JCGridiron Dirty 30 Rankings (4/12/21)

Others on the Bubble: Fullerton (CA) 0-0, Monroe (NY) 0-0, American River (CA) 0-0, Cerritos (CA) 0-0, Navarro (TX) 2-1, ASA-Brooklyn (NY) 0-0, Fresno City (CA) 0-0, Mt. San Antonio (CA) 0-0, San Diego Mesa (CA) 0-0, Tyler (TX) 0-2, Butte (CA) 0-0, East Central (MS) 2-3, Copiah-Lincoln (MS) 2-1, Shasta (CA) 3-1, Blinn (TX) 1-2, Antelope Valley (CA) 2-0, Diablo Valley (CA) 0-0, East Los Angeles (CA) 0-0, Highland (KS) 1-1, Pearl River (MS) 2-4, Chaffey (CA) 0-0, El Camino (CA) 0-0, Maricopa (AZ) 2-2, Rochester (MN) 0-0, Siskiyous (CA) 2-2

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