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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The top teams in the Kentucky Associated Press high school football polls, with first-place votes, records, total points and previous rankings:

Class 6A
Rank-SchoolFPVRcdTPPvs
1. Lou. Male(7)2-0106-
2. Scott Co.(4)2-0105-
3. Lou. St. Xavier-2-097-
4. Lou. Trinity(2)0-291-
5. McCracken County-2-074-
(tie) Lou. DuPont Manual-2-074-
7. Meade Co.-2-050-
8. Simon Kenton-2-036-
9. Central Hardin-2-024-
10. Lou. Pleasure Ridge Park-2-016-

Others receiving votes: 11, Lou. Butler 10. 12, Madison Central 6. 12, Henderson Co. 6. 12, Lex. Henry Clay 6. 12, Lou. Ballard 6. 16, Lex. Lafayette 5. 17, Boone Co. 2.

Class 5A
Rank-SchoolFPVRcdTPPvs
1. Bowling Green(13)2-0130-
2. Pulaski Co.-1-0101-
3. Warren Central-2-093-
4. Madison Southern-2-089-
5. Anderson Co.-1-075-
6. Franklin Co.-1-040-
7. John Hardin-0-237-
8. Cooper-2-036-
9. Bullitt East-1-127-
10. Harlan Co.-1-119-

Others receiving votes: 11, North Laurel 12. 12, Letcher County Central 11. 13, South Oldham 10. 14, North Hardin 9. 14, Graves Co. 9. 16, Lou. Iroquois 8. 17, Bullitt Central 6. 18, Scott 3.

Class 4A
Rank-SchoolFPVRcdTPPvs
1. Highlands(11)1-0125-
2. Boyle Co.-2-0104-
3. Cov. Catholic(1)2-0100-
4. Owensboro(1)2-074-
5. Lex. Catholic-1-173-
6. Johnson Central-1-068-
7. Ashland Blazer-1-046-
8. Collins-0-245-
9. Franklin-Simpson-1-029-
10. Madisonville-North Hopkins-1-019-

Others receiving votes: 11, Knox Central 17. 12, Marion Co. 7. 13, Warren East 3. 14, Mercer Co. 2. 14, North Oldham 2.

Class 3A
Rank-SchoolFPVRcdTPPvs
1. Belfry(13)1-0130-
2. Bell Co.-2-092-
3. Bourbon Co.-1-190-
4. Lou. Central-0-278-
5. South Warren-2-076-
6. Wayne Co.-1-167-
7. Paducah Tilghman-0-244-
8. Corbin-1-142-
9. Mason Co.-2-040-
10. Elizabethtown-2-035-

Others receiving votes: 11, Monroe Co. 22. 12, Lawrence Co. 18. 13, Pike Co. Central 14. 14, Henry Co. 9. 15, Trigg Co. 6. 16, Breathitt Co. 3. 17, Adair Co. 2. 17, Russell 2.

Class 2A
Rank-SchoolFPVRcdTPPvs
1. Lou. DeSales(9)2-0128-
2. Caldwell Co.(5)2-0121-
3. Murray-2-0103-
4. Newport Central Catholic-0-184-
5. Glasgow-2-076-
6. Lou. Christian Academy-2-072-
7. Owensboro Catholic-2-071-
8. Danville-2-036-
9. Bardstown-1-033-
10. Somerset-0-213-

Others receiving votes: 11, Prestonsburg 8. 12, Ballard Memorial 6. 13, Leslie Co. 5. 14, Middlesboro 3. 14, Gallatin Co. 3. 16, Union Co. 2. 16, Walton-Verona 2. 16, Lou. Shawnee 2.

Class 1A
Rank-SchoolFPVRcdTPPvs
1. Mayfield(14)1-1140-
2. Frankfort-1-0100-
3. Williamsburg-2-097-
4. Beechwood-0-195-
5. Russellville-2-084-
6. Pikeville-2-076-
7. Hazard-0-148-
8. Raceland-1-141-
9. Paintsville-1-032-
10. Lou. Holy Cross-1-116-

Others receiving votes: 11, Lou. Ky. Country Day 7. 11, Ludlow 7. 11, Campbellsville 7. 14, Paris 6. 14, Pineville 6. 16, Allen Central 4. 17, Fairview 3.



Coming off a 51-14 win last week against Clay County to even their record at 1-1, the Harlan County Black Bears earned a top 10 ranking in the first Associated Press poll of the season, coming in at 10th.


Bowling Green, the defending 5A state champs, is in its familiar spot at No. 1. Pulaski County, last year’s state runner up, is a solid second. The Maroons are favored to win the Region 4 title again after beating Madison Southern in last year’s championship game.


Madison Southern, ranked fourth in the poll, is again led by All-American running back Damien Harris. The Eagles and Harris knocked off Harlan County in last year’s semifinals and could be headed for a rematch this November if Harlan County can extend its string of District 8 titles to five. Letcher Central could provide a challenge to the streak as they enter the season’s third week only two spots behind Harlan County. The Cougars are off to a 2-0 start with blowout wins over Berea (30-0) and McCreary Central (54-0), but Letcher will face a much tougher test Friday against Hazard, the state’s seventh ranked Class A team.


Mayfield, the defending champion, is ranked first again in Class A with all 14 first-place votes. Williamsburg, last year’s runner-up coming off the first regional title in school history, is third in the poll after a 2-0 start.


Louisville DeSales is first in 2A, edging Caldwell County by only seven points. Murray is a solid third, also with a 2-0 record.


Belfry, which will play host to Harlan County on Friday, is the No. 1 ranked team in 3A and is the defending state champion. Bell County is off to a 2-0 start and is a solid second in the 3A rankings. Corbin, a district rival of Bell’s, is eighth in 3A.


Highlands is No. 1 in 4A after a 1-0 start, but Boyle County and Covington Catholic are both 2-0 and not far behind the Bluebirds.


Male is No. 1 in 6A, only one point ahead of defending state champ Scott County. Perennial Louisville powers St. Xavier and Trinity are third and fourth, respectively.


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