BILLINGS — Class AA football teams wrapped up their regular season last Friday, with plenty of upsets creating waves and shifts in the playoff seeding. 

And with those upsets come some final changes to the high school football rankings.

Billings Senior (10-0) continues to reign supreme heading into the postseason. The Broncs are the No. 1 seed and will have home-field advantage throughout the postseason. Missoula Big Sky moves up one spot to the No. 2 spot, as the Eagles ended their season 8-2. Helena (7-2) drops one spot to No. 3 after losing 21-20 to Kalispell Flathead. The Braves (6-3), who weren't ranked a week ago, jump up to No. 4 and will host Helena Capital to open the playoffs. The Bruins (6-4) round out the top five, dropping one spot after losing 41-6 to Missoula Sentinel.

The Class A, Class B, 8-Man and 6-Man rankings are all through Oct. 21 since that is when those regular seasons ended. These rankings will not be changed going forward, but in the rankings list the records for each team have been updated through this most recent weekend. Teams that are eliminated from the playoffs have an (E) next to the name and record.