Tennessee high school football rankings, Associated Press poll for Week 7

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 26, 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 Points Prv

1. Oakland (15) 5-0 150 1

2. Collierville 6-0 129 2

3. Maryville 5-1 122 3

4. Bradley Central 5-0 86 7

5. Ravenwood 4-2 80 6

6. Blackman 5-1 58 8

7. Houston 5-1 52 NR

8. Cane Ridge 5-1 42 9

9. Dobyns-Bennett 5-1 39 5

10. Smyrna 5-0 37 10

Others receiving votes: Germantown 29. Centennial 1.

Class 5A

School Record Points Prv

1. Knoxville West (9) 6-0 143 2

2. Page (5) 6-0 140 1

3. Springfield 6-0 114 3

4. Munford (1) 6-0 105 4

5. Nolensville 6-0 93 5

6. Daniel Boone 5-0 74 6

7. Henry County 4-2 53 7

8. White County 5-1 41 9

9. Mt. Juliet 5-1 33 10

10. Green Hill 4-2 13 8

Others receiving votes: Powell 10. Sevier County 3. Morristown West 2. McMinn County 1.

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Class 4A

School Record Points Prv

1. Greeneville (14) 6-0 148 1

2. Anderson County (1) 6-0 133 2

3. Haywood County 5-0 123 3

4. Red Bank 5-0 98 4

5. Marshall County 5-0 92 5

6. Pearl-Cohn 4-2 70 6

7. Macon County 6-0 61 7

8. Hardin County 5-1 42 8

9. Stone Memorial 6-0 36 9

10. Upperman 4-2 8 NR

(tie) Craigmont 6-0 8 NR

Others receiving votes: DeKalb County 3. Milan 2. South Doyle 1.

Class 3A

School Record Points Prv

1. East Nashville (5) 6-0 140 2

2. Alcoa (10) 5-1 139 1

3. Covington 4-1 121 3

4. Gatlinburg-Pittman 5-1 87 6

(tie) Unicoi County 6-0 87 5

6. Sweetwater 5-1 68 7

7. Giles County 4-2 60 4

8. Waverly 5-1 51 8

9. Kingston 5-1 25 10

10. Smith County 5-1 18 NR

Others receiving votes: Chuckey-Doak 14. Union County 7. Raleigh Egypt 5. Fairview 1. Dyersburg 1. Loudon 1.

Class 2A

School Record Points Prv

1. Hampton (10) 5-0 145 1

2. Tyner Academy (3) 6-0 135 2

3. Union City (2) 6-0 123 3

4. Huntingdon 5-1 106 4

5. Riverside 5-1 87 5

6. Fairley 6-0 73 6

7. East Robertson 5-1 61 7

8. Freedom Prep 5-1 35 10

9. Westview 4-2 24 NR

10. Lewis County 5-1 11 NR

Others receiving votes: Westmoreland 10. Mt. Pleasant 9. Meigs County 6.

Class 1A

School Record Points Prv1. McKenzie (10) 6-0 136 1

2. Fayetteville (3) 6-0 128 2

3. MASE (1) 5-0 112 3

4. Dresden 6-0 99 4

5. Peabody 5-1 85 5

6. South Pittsburg 4-2 60 8

7. Moore County 5-1 56 9

8. McEwen 4-1 30 10

9. Clay County 4-1 20 7

10. Halls 5-1 16 NR

Others receiving votes: Coalfield 14. Gordonsville 14.

Division II

Class A

School Record Points Prv1. Friendship Christian (13) 6-0 139 1

2. University-Jackson (1) 5-1 127 3

3. Middle Tennessee Christian 5-1 104 4

4. Grace Christian Academy 5-1 99 5

5. Jackson Christian 4-1 85 2

Others receiving votes: Clarksville Academy 6.

Class AA

School Record Points Prv1. Lipscomb Academy (14) 5-0 140 1

2. Knoxville Webb 5-0 124 2

3. Lausanne Collegiate 4-1 110 3

4. Boyd Buchanan 5-1 85 5

5. Chattanooga Christian 5-1 50 NR

Others receiving votes: CPA 27. Franklin Road Academy 24.

Class AAA

School Record Points Prv

1. MBA (13) 6-0 139 1

2. Baylor (1) 5-0 126 2

3. McCallie 4-1 112 3

4. Ensworth 5-1 94 5

5. Brentwood Academy 4-2 77 4

Others receiving votes: Pope John Paul II 12.

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 Williamson Herald, Franklin; Johnson City Press, Johnson City; Lebanon Democrat, Lebanon; The Lebanon Democrat; The Daily Times, Maryville; The Tennessean, Nashville; Advocate and Democrat , Sweetwater; Union City Daily Messenger, Union City; WCMT, Martin.

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