KUSA — This week's Prep Rally Honor Roll featured the top moments from the remaining football state championship games -- as well as a winter sport making its debut on this year's list.

Starting things off at number five, a trick play from Pueblo East. Quarterback Luc Andrada passed to Marvin London -- who then hit a wide open Patrick Gonzales for a 78 yard touchdown score to help the Eagles take the lead over Palmer Ridge.

No. 4 this week started with a botched snap and ended in the end zone. On the extra point, Cherry Creek fumbled the snap, but the Bruins' kicker Mac Willis stayed cool under pressure, found the ball and rushed over the goal line for a successful two-point conversion.

This week's number three play was sent to us on Twitter. Chaparral basketball's Kobe Sanders buried a long three pointer at the buzzer to tie up the Wolverines' game against Fairview and sent it into overtime. Chap would eventually go on to get the win, 78-76.

Loveland's defense contributed to the team's win in the 4A title game, making big stops, forcing turnovers and scoring points. This week's number two play came from Cody Rakowsky who made a huge bobbling interception, as the Indians went on to win the 4A trophy.

And this week's Honor Roll ends with the same team we started -- Pueblo East. This time, the Eagles strung together a perfect hook-and-ladder between Andrada, Kaeden Bowman and Kain Medrano who eventually scored. Medrano ended the title game with three touchdowns.

We've ranked them, now we'd like to hear what you think should be our top play!

VOTE for the play you think should be placed in the top spot. The winner will be announced during the 9NEWS Sunday morning Prep Rally. If you can't see the poll below, visit https://plbz.it/2rmVHCR.