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Cats, Tigers and Raiders Ranked Top 10 in the State

Three High School football Teams from Southern Middle Tennessee find themselves ranked in the top 10 of their classification by the Associated Press following the opening week of the season.

Tullahoma, who defeated Shelbyville 16-7 Thursday, is ranked 5th in the state in 4-A. The Wildcats also received one first place vote. Fayetteville, who topped Watertown 36-12 Friday night comes in third in 1-a. The Tigers also received a first place vote. Moore County, who bested Cascade 32-20 Friday is 9th in 1A.

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 22, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote.

Division I
Class 6A

School                        Record    Total Points

1. Oakland (12)           1-0            129

2. Maryville (1)            1-0            118

3. Ravenwood             0-1             65

4. Lebanon                  1-0             58

5. Riverdale                 1-0             51

6. Cane Ridge             1-0             50

7. Collierville                1-0            45

8. Dobyns-Bennett      1-0             43

(tie) Bradley Central    1-0            43

(tie) Whitehaven          1-0            43

Others receiving votes: Farragut 25. Germantown 13. Independence 11. Brentwood 9. Gallatin 7. Science Hill 2. West Ridge 1. Houston 1. Beech 1.

Class 5A

School                            Record     Total Points

1. Page (5)                      1-0             115 

2. Henry County (1)         1-0            109

3. Rhea County (4)          0-1              85 

4. Springfield                   1-0              80 

5. Knoxville West (3)       1-0              76   

6. Munford                       1-0              51 

7. Oak Ridge                   1-0              47

8. McMinn County           1-0              44

9. Nolensville                   1-0             38

10. Daniel Boone             1-0             30

Others receiving votes: Memphis Central 14. Green Hill 8. Powell 8. Mt. Juliet 4. Station Camp 4. Portland 1. Morristown West 1.

Class 4A

School                                 Record        Total Points                                              

1. Greeneville (10)              1-0               123 

2. Anderson County (1)       1-0                90

3. Haywood County             0-0                73 

4. Upperman (1)                  1-0                70 

5. Tullahoma (1)                  1-0                61 

6. Hardin County                 1-0                57 

7. Pearl-Cohn                      0-1                52 

8. Red Bank                        1-0                46

9. East Hamilton                 1-0                45 

10. Elizabethton                  0-1                32 

Others receiving votes: Marshall County 29. Milan 17. South Gibson 11. Knoxville Fulton 5. Gibbs 2. Chattanooga Central 1. DeKalb County 1.

Class 3A

School                                 Record         Total Points                                                    

1. Alcoa (12)                        1-0                120 

2. East Nashville                  1-0                 98

3. Covington                         0-1                 84 

4. Giles County                    1-0                 74 

5. Dyersburg                        1-0                 73 

6. Gatlinburg-Pittman           1-0                 51

7. Loudon                             1-0                 42 

8. Waverly                            1-0                 33 

9. Unicoi County                  1-0                 26   

10. Kingston                        1-0                 21   

Others receiving votes: Fairview 20. Smith County 14. Stratford 1. White House-Heritage 1. Bolton 1. Chuckey-Doak 1.

Class 2A

School                                    Record     Total Points                                                    

1. Westview (8)                       0-1           95 

2. Hampton (1)                       1-0            80 

3. Marion County (1)              1-0            76   

4. Meigs County                     1-0            74   

5. Forrest                                1-0            69

6. Tyner Academy (1)             1-0            49

7. Union City                           1-0            47

8. Riverside (1)                       1-0            45   

9. Huntingdon                         0-1            35   

10. Watertown                        0-1            31   

Others receiving votes: Harpeth 13. Lewis County 11. Loretto 11. Trousdale County 8. Oneida 4. Freedom Prep 4. Rockwood 3. Monterey 3. Bledsoe County 2.

Class 1A

School                                Record     Total Points

1. McKenzie (7)                  1-0            103 

2. South Pittsburg (2)         1-0            100 

3. Fayetteville (1)               1-0              88 

4. MASE  (1)                      0-0              76

5. Peabody (1)                   0-1              60 

6. Dresden                         1-0              48 

7. McEwen                         1-0              41

8. Gordonsville                   0-1              39 

9. Moore County                1-0              34

10. Clay County                 1-0              24 

Others receiving votes: West Carroll 14. Coalfield 13. Cornersville 6. Cloudland 3. Lake County 3. Middle College 3. Whitwell 3. Midway 2.

Division II
Class A

School                                                    Record         Total Points

1. University-Jackson (9)                        1-0                 107 

2. Middle Tennessee Christian (1)          1-0                   74 

3. Jackson Christian                               1-0                   67

4. Clarksville Academy                           1-0                   41

5. Friendship Christian                            1-0                  40 

Others receiving votes: DCA 39. Nashville Christian School 26. King’s Academy 26. Mt. Juliet Christian Academy 8. Lakeway Christian 6. Columbia Academy 6.

Class AA

School                                                    Record         Total Points

1. Lipscomb Academy (11)                     1-0                 110 

2. CPA                                                     1-0                  99 

3. Lausanne Collegiate                           1-0                  77 

4. CAK                                                    1-0                  63   

5. Davidson Academy                             1-0                  51

Others receiving votes: Boyd Buchanan 21. Knoxville Webb 7. Franklin Road Academy 6. BGA 6.

Class AAA

School                                                    Record        Total Points

1. McCallie (9)                                         1-0                107 

2. MBA (2)                                               1-0                101 

3. Ensworth                                             1-0                  62 

4. Baylor                                                  1-0                  42

5. Knoxville Catholic                                1-0                  39

Others receiving votes: Pope John Paul II 37. Briarcrest 26. Brentwood Academy 20. CBHS 6.

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; The Leaf-Chronicle, Clarksville; Cleveland Daily Banner, Cleveland; The Daily Herald, Columbia; The Daily News Journal, Murfreesboro; The Tennessean, Nashville; Johnson City Press, Johnson City; Citizen Tribune, Morristown; Mainstreet- Columbia, Wilson County; The Tennessean, Nashville; Advocate and Democrat, Sweetwater; WCMT, Martin.

Will Rabb

Will Rabb

Will is a Middle Tennessee native having been born and raised in Winchester. His love of radio began as a child listening to local stations on the way to school or while falling asleep at night. After High School, where he was active in student media, he attended the University of Tennessee majoring in Journalism and Electronic Media while covering sports for the campus radio station. He then moved into the business professionally as a board op/producer for Cumulus of Knoxville and the Vol Network. His radio journey then took him to Louisiana where he was the lead producer for ESPN New Orleans. After returning home to Winchester, he spent several years broadcasting local sports for stations in Franklin County before joining the Bowman Family. When he’s not at the station, Will enjoys spending time with his wife Shaina and his two fur babies (Toulouse and Belle), cheering on the Vols, Preds and Saints and in the kitchen or behind the grill trying out new recipes.

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