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High school football poll round-up

The AP high school football polls for this week were released on Monday.

In Class 4A, Greeneville continues to hold the top spot, while the Anderson County Mavericks hold fast at #2.

In Class 5A, Fulton stayed at #1 while Catholic moved up one spot to #2, which was vacated by Oak Ridge after their loss to Farragut on Friday. The Wildcats are now ranked #4, while South-Doyle fell three spots to #8 after their loss to Bearden a week ago.

In Class 1A, Greenback is #1 while Coalfield comes in at #9.

In Class 2A, the closest team to our area in the top ten is Oneida, which is ranked 9th.

In Class 3A, Alcoa secured its lock on the top spot with its win at Maryville last week, while Austin-East fell to #9 after being shut out at Fulton on Friday.

In Class 6A, Maryville–despite that loss to Alcoa–is still #1 and Farragut remains at #7. Bearden cracked the top ten at #10 after beating South-Doyle on Friday.

Class 1A

1. Greenback 4-0
2. South Pittsburg 4-0
3. Cornersville 4-0
4. Huntingdon 4-0
5. Whitwell 4-0
6. Cloudland 2-1
7. Lake County 3-1
8. Dresden 3-1
9. Coalfield 3-1
10. West Carroll 4-0

Class 2A

1. Meigs Co. 4-0
2. Columbia Academy 4-0
3. Peabody 4-0
4. Tyner 3-1
5. Sullivan North 4-0
6. Watertown 4-0
7. Westmoreland 4-0
8. Riverside 3-0
9. Oneida 3-1 28 7
10. Lewis Co. 3-1
10. Polk Co. 3-1

Class 3A

1. Alcoa 4-0
2. Covington 4-0
3. Red Bank 3-0
4. Fairview 3-1
5. Upperman 4-0
6. East Nashville 4-0
7. Pearl-Cohn 2-2
8. Johnson Co. 3-1
9. Austin-East 2-2
10. York 3-0

Class 4A

1. Greeneville 4-0
2. Anderson Co. 4-0

3. Elizabethton 4-0
4. Jackson South Side 4-0
5. Dyersburg 4-0
6. Maplewood 3-1
7. Springfield 3-1
8. Crockett Co. 4-0
9. Haywood 2-2
10. Montgomery Central 4-0

Class 5A

1. Fulton 3-0
2. Knoxville Catholic 2-1

3. Henry Co. 4-0
4. Oak Ridge 3-1
5. Northeast 4-0
6. Clarksville 4-0
7. David Crockett 4-0
8. South Doyle 3-1
9. Tennessee 3-1
10. Daniel Boone 2-1

Class 6A

1. Maryville 3-1
2. Blackman 4-0
3. Oakland 2-1
4. Ravenwood 4-0
5. Whitehaven 3-1
6. Cane Ridge 4-0
7. Farragut 4-0
8. Germantown 4-0
9. Mt. Juliet 4-0
10. Bearden 4-0

About Jim Harris

Jim Harris has been WYSH's News & Sports Director since 2000. In addition to reporting local news, he is the play-by-play voice for Clinton High School football, boys' and girls' basketball and baseball. Catch Jim live weekdays beginning at 6:20 am for live local news, sports, weather and traffic plus the Community Bulletin Board, shenanigans with Ron Meredith and more on the Country Club Morning Show on WYSH & WQLA. Jim lives in Clinton with his wife Kelly and daughter Carolina, his mother-in-law and cats Lucius and Oliver.

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