Associated Press Top 10 Poll: WH tied for 12th in Class 4-A

Full article in The Tennessean

The Associated Press’ Top 10 teams in each of Tennessee’s six Division I non-financial aid classifications and in the combined Division II financial aid classification as selected by Tennessee AP-member sportswriters and broadcasters. With first-place votes in parentheses, records through September 18, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote:

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Class 1A

SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1. S. Pittsburg (14) 4-0 176 1
2. Dresden (3) 5-0 157 2
3. Huntingdon (1) 5-0 140 3
4. Greeback 5-0 131 4
5. Whitwell 5-0 105 5
6. Coalfield 5-0 92 6
7. Cloudland 4-0 71 8
8. Wayne County 3-1 40 9
9. Lake County 4-1 41 10
10. Fayetteville 4-1 22 7

Others receiving 12 or more points: None.

Class 2A

SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1. Meigs Co. (16) 5-0 176 1
2. Union City (1) 3-1 146 2
3. Trousdale County 4-1 143 3
4. Columbia Academy 4-1 106 4
5. Peabody (1) 4-1 98 6
6. Lewis County 5-0 87 8
7. Happy Valley 4-0 77 7
8. Oneida 5-0 52 10
9. Trinity 4-1 41 9
10. Marion County 2-3 20 5

Others receiving 12 or more points: Eagleville 12, Waverly 12

Class 3A

SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1. Alcoa (14) 3-2 174 1
2. Raleigh Egypt (4) 5-0 159 2
3. Johnson County 5-0 129 4
4. Smith County 4-0 114 6
5. Austin-East 3-1 91 7
6. Pearl-Cohn 3-2 73 3
7. Bolivar Central 4-1 63 8
8. Red Bank 3-1 44 9
9. Milan 3-2 44 5
10. South Gibson 4-1 40 10

Others receiving 12 or more points: Covington 24, Loudon 13.

Class 4A

SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1. Greeneville (17) 5-0 170 1
2. Crockett County 5-0 154 2
3. Anderson County 5-0 139 3
4. Haywood 4-1 106 4
5. Marshall County 3-1 102 5
6. Elizabethton 4-1 100 6
7. Spring Hill 4-1 67 8
8. Greenbrier (1) 5-0 36 NR
9. East Ridge 4-0 34 NR
10. Hardin County 3-2 21 7

Others receiving 12 or more points: Memphis East 19, Jackson South Side 12, White House 12.

Class 5A

SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1. Beech (14) 5-0 176 1
2. Fulton (4) 4-0 164 2
3. Page 4-1 123 5
4. Knoxville Catholic 3-2 120 3
5. Munford 5-0 95 8
6. Daniel Boone 3-1 81 6
7. Columbia 4-1 65 4
8. Summit 4-1 46 NR
9. Gallatin 4-1 45 10
10. Rhea County 3-2 41 7

Others receiving 12 or more points: Oak Ridge 29

Class 6A

SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1. Oakland (14) 4-0 176 1
2. Blackman (3) 5-0 162 2
3. Maryville 4-1 135 3
4. Farragut 5-0 124 4
5. Whitehaven 4-1 87 7
6. Mt. Juliet (1) 5-0 85 9
7. Bradley Central 3-1 67 6
8. Science Hill 4-1 60 8
9. Brentwood 4-1 39 5
10. Cane Ridge 4-1 24 10

Others receiving 12 or more points: Ravenwood 13.

Division II

SCHOOL RECORD POINTS PREVIOUS
1. Brentwood Acad. (17) 4-0 170 1
2. MBA 5-0 150 2
3. Christian Brothers 5-0 130 3
4. Lausanne 4-0 114 5
5. McCallie 4-1 91 7
6. CPA 4-1 84 6
7. Ensworth 3-2 60 4
8. Notre Dame 4-1 52 8
9. Briarcrest 5-0 51 10
10. MUS 2-3 12 9

Others receiver 12 or more points: None.

All Associated Press members in Tennessee are eligible to participate in the high school football poll. Those who voted for this week’s poll are: The Daily Post-Athenian, Athens; Chattanooga Free Press, Chattanooga; Cleveland Daily Banner, Cleveland; Cookeville Herald-Citizen, Cookeville; The Tennessean (Nashville), Murfreesboro; State Gazette, Dyersburg; The Jackson Sun, Jackson; Johnson City Press, Johnson City; Marshall County Tribune (Lewisburg); The Daily Times, Maryville; Southern Standard (McMinnville); The Tomahawk (Mountain City), Mountain City; The Commercial Appeal, Memphis; The Mountain Press, Sevierville; Union City Daily Messenger, Union City; WCMT, Martin.

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