Tennessee AP high school football rankings – Week 2

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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 August 31, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote:

CLASS 6A

School Record Pts Prv
1. Maryville (20) 2-0 200 1
2. Whitehaven 2-0 171 2
3. Ravenwood 2-0 145 4
4. Oakland 1-1 128 5
5. Science Hill 1-0 113 6
6. Blackman 1-1 93 T7
7. Arlington 2-0 69 9
8. Riverdale 1-1 57 3
9. White Station 1-1 49 10
10. Dobyns Bennett 1-1 27 T7
Others receiving 12 or more points: Bradley Central 16.

CLASS 5A

School Record Pts Prv
1. Oak Ridge (10) 2-0 167 3
2. Independence (5) 2-0 160 4
3. Hendersonville 2-0 131 5
4. Sevier County (3) 2-0 126 7
5. Hillsboro (1) 1-1 118 1
6. Rhea County 1-1 89 6
7. Knoxville West 1-1 78 2
8. Morristown West (1) 1-1 77 9
9. Ooltewah 1-1 57 8
10. Henry County 1-1 33 10
Others receiving 12 or more points: Shelbyville 14.

CLASS 4A

School Record Pts Prv
1. Knoxville Fulton (16) 1-1 180 1
2. Knoxville Catholic 1-1 134 3
3. Greeneville (1) 1-1 130 2
4. Crockett County (2) 1-0 123 7
5. Ridgeway 1-1 105 4
6. Memphis East 1-1 85 8
7. Marshall County 1-1 80 6
8. Pearl-Cohn 0-2 56 5
9. Hardin County 1-0 33 NR
10. Jackson North Side 1-1 26 9
Others receiving 12 or more points: Lexington 25. Sullivan East (1) 25, East Hamilton 23.

CLASS 3A

School Record Pts Prv
1. CPA (17) 2-0 185 1
2. Alcoa (3) 2-0 183 2
3. CAK 2-0 149 3
4. Liberty Magnet 2-0 113 8
5. Dyersburg 2-0 111 6
6. Notre Dame 1-1 87 4
7. Milan 1-1 86 7
8. Elizabethton 0-1 69 5
9. Pigeon Forge 2-0 30 NR
10. Camden 0-2 12 9
Others receiving 12 or more points: None.

CLASS 2A

School Record Pts Prv
1. Marion County (16) 2-0 181 3
2. Boyd Buchanan 2-0 155 4
3. Tyner Academy 1-0 126 5
4. Trezevant (1) 1-1 124 2
5. Adamsville (1) 1-1 109 1
6. Forrest 2-0 93 9
7. Meigs County 1-1 51 6
8. Grace Christian 0-2 40 7
9. Hampton (1) 2-0 36 NR
10. Sullivan North 2-0 35 NR
Others receiving 12 or more points: Trinity Christian Academy 16, Waverly 16, Rockwood 13, Austin-East 12.

CLASS 1A

School Record Pts Prv
1. Union City (18) 2-0 180 1
2. Peabody 2-0 147 2
3. Nashville Christian School 2-0 146 3
4. Dresden 2-0 127 4
5. Coalfield 2-0 108 5
6. Huntingdon 1-0 77 8
7. Trousdale County (1) 2-0 67 10
8. Wayne County 2-0 58 9
9. Whitwell 1-1 27 6
10. Columbia Academy 0-1 19 7
Others receiving 12 or more points: Cloudland 18.

DIVISION II

School Record Pts Prv
1. MBA (14) 2-0 174 2
2. MUS (1) 2-0 144 3
3. Brentwood Academy (2) 1-1 132 1
4. Baylor 2-0 128 4
5. Ensworth 1-1 112 5
6. CBHS (1) 1-0 81 7
7. BGA 2-0 67 8
8. St. George’s 2-0 52 9
9. McCallie 0-2 49 6
10. Knoxville Webb 0-1 26 10
Others receiving 12 or more points: Father Ryan 17.

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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; State Gazette, Dyersburg; The Jackson Sun, Jackson; Johnson City Press, Johnson City; The Knoxville News Sentinel, Knoxville; Marshall County Tribune (Lewisburg); The Tomahawk (Mountain City); The Commercial Appeal, Memphis; Citizen Tribune, Morristown; The Daily News Journal, Murfreesboro; The Tennessean (Nashville); The Mountain Press, Sevierville; Union City Daily Messenger, Union City; WVLT, Knoxville; WCMT, Martin; WNWS-FM, Jackson; WSMV, Nashville.

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