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ASWA Polls entering week 3 of the high school football season

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Clay-Chalkville is ranked second in Class 6A behind Hoover entering week three of the 2013 Alabama high school football season. The Cougars garnered three first-place votes in the latest ASWA poll. (abc3340.com) Clay-Chalkville is ranked second in Class 6A behind Hoover entering week three of the 2013 Alabama high school football season. The Cougars garnered three first-place votes in the latest ASWA poll. (abc3340.com)

The Alabama Sports Writers Association football rankings entering week three of the high school football season, including first place votes and record in parentheses, can be seen below.

This week's Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week is the Class 5A Region 4 matchup between No. 6 Homewood and Briarwood.

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Class 6A

 

 

1.

Hoover (29)

(2-0)

 375

2.

Clay-Chalkville (3)

(2-0)

 290

3.

McGill-Toolen

(2-0)

 249

4.

Auburn

(2-0)

 233

5.

Opelika

(2-0)

 176

6.

Tuscaloosa Co.

(2-0)

 149

7.

Florence

(2-0)

 125

8.

Carver-Montgomery

(2-0)

  86

9.

Vestavia Hills

(2-0)

  72

10.

Mountain Brook

(0-2)

  28

Others receiving votes: Bob Jones (2-0) 18, Shades Valley (2-0) 7, Blount (2-0) 4, Dothan (2-0) 4, Murphy (2-0) 3, Spain Park (2-0) 2, Fairhope (2-0) 1, Oxford (0-2) 1, Pell City (2-0) 1.

 

Class 5A

 

 

1.

McAdory (17)

(2-0)

 333

2.

Spanish Fort (15)

(2-0)

 331

3.

Jackson

(2-0)

 250

4.

Muscle Shoals

(2-0)

 190

5.

Hartselle

(2-0)

 187

6.

Homewood

(1-1)

 135

7.

Demopolis

(2-0)

 111

8.

Benjamin Russell

(1-1)

 105

9.

Vigor

(2-0)

  75

10.

St. Paul's

(1-1)

  46

Others receiving votes: Athens (2-0) 22, Pinson Valley (2-0) 11, Eufaula (2-0) 9, Cullman (2-0) 7, Saraland (2-0) 5, Pleasant Grove (2-0) 4, Briarwood Chr. (1-1) 2, Etowah (2-0) 1

 

Class 4A

 

 

1.

Calera (22)

(2-0)

 349

2.

UMS-Wright (5)

(1-1)

 275

3.

Charles Henderson (3)

(2-0)

 273

4.

Central-Clay Co. (2)

(2-0)

 227

5.

Oneonta

(1-1)

 173

6.

Dadeville

(2-0)

 170

7.

Madison Co.

(2-0)

 120

8.

Cleburne Co.

(2-0)

  84

9.

Thomasville

(2-0)

  54

10.

Beauregard

(1-1)

  28

Others receiving votes: Tallassee (2-0) 18, Andalusia (2-0) 15, Dora (1-1) 15, Munford (2-0) 10, Brooks (2-0) 6, Central-Florence (2-0) 4, Jacksonville (2-0) 2, Sardis (2-0) 1

 

Class 3A

 

 

1.

Madison Acad. (32) 

(2-0)

 384

2.

Piedmont

(2-0)

 287

3.

T.R.Miller

(2-0)

 252

4.

Deshler

(2-0)

 220

5.

Daleville

(2-0)

 149

6.

Geraldine

(2-0)

 133

7.

Leeds

(1-1)

 105

8.

Fayette Co.

(1-1)

  84

9.

Straughn

(1-1)

  64

10.

Trinity

(1-1)

  53

Others receiving votes: Hamilton (2-0) 51, Saks (2-0) 15, Midfield (2-0) 10, Lauderdale Co. (1-1) 6, Vinemont (2-0) 5, Good Hope (2-0) 3, Gordo (2-0) 3

 

Class 2A

 

 

1.

Washington Co. (29)

(2-0)

 373

2t.

Tanner (2)

(1-1)

 258

2t.

Mobile Chr.

(2-0)

 258

4.

G.W. Long (1)

(2-0)

 215

5.

Lanett

(2-0)

 163

6.

Lamar Co.

(2-0)

 150

7.

Reeltown

(1-1)

 127

8.

Fyffe

(1-1)

  92

9.

Oakman

(1-1)

  62

10.

Walter Wellborn

(1-1)

  53

Others receiving votes:Fultondale (2-0) 22, Luverne (2-0) 22, Cottonwood (2-0) 8, Houston Acad. (2-0) 6, Sweet Water (1-1) 4, Hatton (2-0) 3, Elba (1-1) 2, Lexington (2-0) 2, Ranburne (2-0) 2, Section (2-0) 1, Woodland (1-1) 1

 

Class 1A

 

 

1.

Pickens Co. (25)

(2-0)

 360

2.

Maplesville (6)

(2-0)

 299

3.

Brantley (1)

(1-1)

 222

4.

Berry

(2-0)

 201

5.

Addison

(2-0)

 197

6.

Geneva Co.

(2-0)

 159

7.

Marion Co.

(1-1)

 141

8.

Linden

(1-1)

 123

9.

Loachapoka

(2-0)

  37

10.

R.A. Hubbard

(1-1)

  27

Others receiving votes: Falkville (2-0) 21, Gaylesville (2-0) 13, Hubbertville (2-0) 13, Hackleburg (1-1) 5, Collinsville (2-0) 2, Valley Head (2-0) 2, Fayetteville (2-0) 1, Keith (2-0) 1.

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