How the Tennessee Top 10 fared in Week 2

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It was another tame week in the High School Football America Top 10 with top-ranked Maryville, No. 7 Montgomery Bell Academy and No. 9 Baylor idle. MBA and Baylor won’t even open their seasons until next week.

No. 2 Oakland and No. 8 Memphis University High School picked-up COVID-19 forfeit victories.

The only head-to-head matchup in our statewide rankings found No. 6 Brentwood Academy taking-on its nearby neighbor Brentwood High, which entered the game ranked No. 10. In the first meeting between the two since 2002, BA walked away with a 34-14 victory.

Below are the rest of this weekend’s results:

High School Football America Tennessee Top 10

No. 1 Maryville (1-0) – Idle

No. 2 Oakland (2-0) won by forfeit over Kenwood due to COVID-19

No. 3 Alcoa (2-0) beat Austin-East 55-0

No. 4 McCallie (1-0) beat Knoxville Webb 55-0

No. 5 Ravenwood (2-0) beat Blackman 38-9

No. 6 Brentwood Academy (2-0) beat No. 10 Brentwood 34-14

No. 7 Montgomery Bell Academy (0-0) – Idle

No. 8 Memphis University (1-0) won by forfeit over Raleigh Egypt due to COVID-19

No. 9 Baylor (0-0) – Idle

No. 10 Brentwood (1-1) lost to No. 6 Brentwood Academy 34-14

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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