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New football poll: TRM up one spot to No. 2

Published 11:30pm Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Here is this week’s ASWA High School Football Poll:

Class 6A
1. Hoover (30) (8-0) 360
2. Bob Jones (8-0) 249
3. Vestavia Hills (7-1) 242
4. Auburn (7-1) 181
5. Opelika (7-1) 163
6. Clay-Chalkville (7-1) 141
7. Spain Park (8-0) 96
8. McGill-Toolen (7-1) 92
9. Smiths Station (7-1) 77
10. Shades Valley (7-1) 31

Others receiving votes: Blount (7-1) 29, Carver-Montgomery (6-2) 17, Tuscaloosa Co. (7-1) 11, Oxford (6-2) 10, Daphne (6-2) 8, Florence (6-2) 3.

Class 5A
1. Spanish Fort (28) (8-0) 348
2. Jackson (2) (8-0) 271
3. Muscle Shoals (8-0) 243
4. Homewood (7-1) 202
5. Benjamin Russell (7-1) 176
6. McAdory (7-1) 155
7. Southside-Gadsden (8-0) 117
8. Center Point (7-1) 72
9. Cullman (7-1) 62
10. Saraland (7-1) 37

Others receiving votes: St. Paul’s (6-2) 16, Pleasant Grove (7-1) 8, Hartselle (6-2) 2, Walker (6-2) 1.

Class 4A
1. UMS-Wright (21) (7-1) 327
2. Charles Henderson (7) (8-0) 284
3. Central-Clay Co. (1) (8-0) 235
4. Bibb Co. (8-0) 212
5. Oneonta (7-1) 175
6. Calera (1) (7-1) 168
7. Tallassee (7-1) 104
8. Dadeville (7-1) 82
9. J.O. Johnson (7-1) 49
10. Andalusia (7-1) 43

Others receiving votes: Guntersville (7-1) 11, Munford (7-1) 9, Jemison (7-1) 6, Haleyville (7-1) 4, Hillcrest-Evergreen (5-3) 1.

Class 3A
1. Madison Acad. (30) (8-0) 360
2. T.R. Miller (8-0) 269
3. Saks (8-0) 220
4. Fayette Co. (7-1) 197
5. Trinity (7-1) 176
6. Colbert Co. (8-0) 156
7. Piedmont (7-1) 120
8. Dale Co. (8-0) 82
9. Leeds (6-2) 81
10. Straughn (6-2) 17
Others receiving votes: Hamilton (7-1) 16, Hanceville (7-1) 8, Lauderdale Co. (6-2) 4, Gordo (6-2) 3, Midfield (5-3) 1.

Class 2A
1. Tanner (21) (7-1) 326
2. Lanett (7) (8-0) 281
3. Washington Co. (7-1) 205
4. Fultondale (8-0) 192
5. Fyffe (7-1) 190
6. Luverne (2) (8-0) 151
7. Mobile Chr. (7-1) 130
8. Oakman (7-1) 93
9. Sweet Water (6-2) 87
10. G.W. Long (7-1) 19
Others receiving votes: Lamar Co. (7-1) 10, Houston Acad. (7-1) 8, Montgomery Acad. (7-1) 8, Red Bay (6-2) 5, Ranburne (7-1) 3, Walter Wellborn (5-3) 2.

Class 1A
1. Pickens Co. (27) (8-0) 351
2. Maplesville (3) (8-0) 278
3. Brantley (7-1) 239
4. Falkville (7-0) 207
5. Linden (6-2) 153
6. Valley Head (8-0) 143
7. Loachapoka (7-1) 111
8. Addison (7-1) 88
9. McKenzie (7-1)58
10. Marion Co. (6-2) 51

Others receiving votes: Ragland (6-1) 14, Collinsville (7-1) 9, R.A. Hubbard (6-2) 7, A.L. Johnson (6-2) 1.

AISA
1. Edgewood Acad. (26) (9-0) 344
2. Restoration (8-1) 261
3. Monroe Acad. (4) (8-0) 257
4. Marengo Acad. (8-0) 209
5. Bessemer Acad. (8-1) 180
6. Kingwood Chr. (8-1) 138
7. Pickens Acad. (7-1) 114
8. Tuscaloosa Acad. (6-2) 91
9t. Autauga Acad. (6-2) 47
9t. Fort Dale Acad. (6-2) 47
Others receiving votes: Patrician Acad. (7-2) 17, Escambia Acad. (7-2) 3, Abbeville Chr. (7-2 ) 2.

The Alabama Sports Writers Association prep committee members are: Paul Beaudry (Chairman), Alabama Media Group; Josh Bean, AL.com; Andrew Garner, Andalusia Star-News; Jonathan Deal, Athens News Courier; Brandon Miller, Anniston Star; Jeff Sentell, Birmingham News; Adam Robinson, Brewton Standard; Rob Rice, Blount Countian; Shannon Fagan, Cherokee Herald; Ross Wood, Clarke Co. Democrat; Rob Ketcham, Cullman Times; Jonathon Bentley, Daily Mountain Eagle; Justin Graves, Decatur Daily; David Mundee, Dothan Eagle; Lee Peacock, Evergreen Courant; Newton Peters, Florala News; Gregg Dewalt, Florence TimesDaily; Lew Gilliland, Fort Payne Times-Journal; Dennis Victory, Freelance (Birmingham); Chris McCarthy, Gadsden Messenger; Nick Johnston, Gadsden Times; Davis Potter, Hamilton Journal Record; Daniel Boyette, Huntsville Times; Ben Thomas, Mobile Press-Register; Stacy Long, Montgomery Advertiser; Robert Carter, North Jefferson News; Jason Galloway, Opelika-Auburn News; Shannon Allen, Sand Mountain Reporter; Jason Bowen, Scottsboro Daily Sentinel; Lavonte Young, Talladega Daily Home; Griffin Pritchard, Tallassee Tribune; Andrew Carroll, Tuscaloosa News; Cory Diaz, Wetumpka Herald.

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