TSSAA Football Polls Oct 29th with 1st Td-Writethru

Oct 30, 2018

TSSAA Football Polls


TSSAA Football Polls

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 October 29th, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote.

The Mountain Press

The Mountain Press

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Division I “Class 6A”


Division I “Class 6A”

Record Points Prev
1 Maryville (11) 9-1 143 1
2 Oakland 9-1 123 2
3 Germantown (3) 10-0 120 4
4 Cane Ridge (1) 10-0 118 3
5 Mt. Juliet 10-0 82 6
6 Blackman 9-1 82 5
7 Farragut 9-1 56 8
8 Ravenwood 8-2 39 9
9 Houston 9-1 35 10
10 Whitehaven 7-3 15 7

Others receiving votes: Brentwood 9. Ooltewah 2. Bearden 1.

Division I “Class 5A”


Division I “Class 5A”

Record Points Prev
1 Knoxville Fulton (11) 9-1 146 1
2 Henry County (2) 9-1 1630 3
3 David Crockett (2) 10-0 125 4
4 Page 9-1 95 5
5 Oak Ridge 8-2 91 2
6 Kirby 9-1 80 6
7 Daniel Boone 8-2 54 7
8 Knoxville Central 8-2 49 8
9 Shelbyville 8-2 26 10
10 Clarksville 8-2 12 NR

Others receiving votes: South Doyle 9. Hillsboro 7. Soddy Daisy 1.

Division I “Class 4A”


Division I “Class 4A”

Record Points Prev
1 Greeneville (15) 10-0 150 1
2 Anderson County 10-0 133 2
3 Dyersburg 10-0 118 4
4 Elizabethton 9-1 100 5
5 Maplewood 9-1 86 6
6 Jackson South Side 9-1 66 3
(tie) Montgomery Central 9-1 52 9
(tie) Springfield 8-2 52 8
9 Stone Memorial 9-1 37 10
10 Tullahoma 8-2 19 7

Others receiving votes: Jackson North Side 8. Hardin County 3. Haywood County 1.

Division I “Class 3A”


Division I “Class 3A”

Record Points Prev
1 Alcoa (15) 10-0 150 1
2 Covington 10-0 133 2
3 Red Bank 9-0 116 3
4 Upperman 10-0 109 4
5 Johnson County 9-1 83 5
6 Pearl-Cohn 8-2 77 6
7 East Nashville 9-1 65 7
8 Fairview 8-2 45 9
9 Austin-East 8-2 20 8
10 Unicoi County 8-2 14 10

Others receiving votes: Wooddale 5. McNairy Central 3. York Institute 3. Milan 1. Sequatchie County 1.

Division I “Class 2A”


Division I “Class 2A”

Record Points Prev
1 Meigs County (15) 10-0 150 1
2 Tyner Academy 9-1 127 2
3 Watertown 10-0 124 3
4 Peabody 9-1 106 4
5 Lewis County 9-1 89 5
6 Riverside 9-1 73 6
7 Columbia Academy 8-2 51 7
8 Fairley 8-2 49 8
9 Waverly 7-3 26 T9
10 Oneida 7-3 22 T9

Others receiving votes: Trousdale County 7. Eagleville 1.

Division II “Class 1A”


Division II “Class 1A”

Record Points Prev
1 Greenback (11) 10-0 146 1
2 Cornersville (2) 10-0 132 2
3 Huntingdon (1) 10-0 122 3
4 Whitwell (1) 10-0 111 4
5 South Pittsburg 9-1 87 5
6 Lake County 9-1 78 6
7 Cloudland 8-2 58 8
8 Gordonsville 8-2 41 10
9 Oliver Springs 8-2 17 NR
10 Greenfield 8-2 13 NR

Others receiving votes: West Carroll 12. Midway 5. Mt. Pleasant 3. Huntland 1.

Division II “Class A”


Division II “Class A”

Record Points Prev
1 Davidson Academy (15) 10-0 150 1
2 Fayette Academy 9-1 134 2
3 Friendship Christian 7-2 120 3
4 Mt. Juliet Christian Academy 7-2 103 4
5 Middle Tennessee Christian 8-2 93 5

Others receiving votes: none.

Division II “Class AA”


Division II “Class AA”

Record Points Prev
1 Lausanne Collegiate (14) 9-0 149 1
2 CPA (1) 10-0 136 2
3 Notre Dame 8-1 120 3
4 BGA 8-2 99 4
5 ECS 8-2 96 5

Others receiving votes: none.

Division II “Class AAA”


Division II “Class AAA”

Record Points Prev
1 MUS (9) 9-0 140 3
2 McCallie (6) 9-1 134 1
3 MBA 9-1 131 2
4 Brentwood Academy 8-2 102 5
5 CBHS 8-2 87 4

Others receiving votes: Baylor 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: Cleveland Daily Banner, Cleveland; Cookeville Herald-Citizen, Cookeville; State Gazette, Dyersburg; The Williamson Herald, Franklin; The Jackson Sun, Jackson; Johnson City Press, Johnson City; Daily News, Kingsport; Marshall County Tribune (Lewisburg); The Daily Times, Maryville; The Tomahawk (Mountain City), Mountain City; The Commercial Appeal, Memphis; The Tennessean, Nashville; The Paris Post-Intelligencer; Union City Daily Messenger, Union City; WCMT, Martin.

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