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ASWA polls entering week 4 of the high school football season

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The Calera Eagles (3-0) are No. 1 in AHSAA Class 4A. (abc3340.com) The Calera Eagles (3-0) are No. 1 in AHSAA Class 4A. (abc3340.com)
Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week:  No. 7 Vestavia Hills will host Gardendale in a battle of unbeatens in Class 6A Region 6 play. (abc3340.com) Friday Night Blitz Game of the Week: No. 7 Vestavia Hills will host Gardendale in a battle of unbeatens in Class 6A Region 6 play. (abc3340.com)

The Alabama Sports Writers Association football rankings entering week four of the season were released Wednesday and voters kept the polls the same at the top of each class.

In Class 6A, Vestavia Hills (3-0) jumped two spots up to No. 7 after head coach Buddy Anderson earned his 300th career victory against Huffman last week. The Rebels will host Gardendale (3-0) Friday Night in the Blitz Game of the Week. The Rockets took down Mountain Brook 14-9 in week three, bumping the winless Spartans out of the poll.

Check out the rankings in all six classes of the AHSAA below. Get the Friday Night Blitz week four lineup of game coverage here.


Class 6A

 

 

1.

Hoover (31)

(3-0)

 375

2.

Clay-Chalkville (2)

(3-0)

 301

3.

McGill-Toolen

(3-0)

 255

4.

Opelika

(3-0)

 216

5.

Tuscaloosa Co.

(3-0)

 191

6.

Carver-Montgomery

(3-0)

 150

7.

Vestavia Hills

(3-0)

 133

8.

Bob Jones

(3-0)

  77

9.

Auburn

(2-1)

  57

10.

Smiths Station

(3-0)

  29

Others receiving votes: Shades Valley (3-0) 26, Florence (2-1) 18, Murphy (3-0) 11, Fairhope (3-0) 7, Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa (1-2) 7, Spain Park (3-0) 7, Blount (3-0) 3, Gardendale (3-0) 1, Oxford (1-2) 1, Pell City (3-0) 1.

 

Class 5A

 

 

1.

McAdory (17)

(3-0)

 343

2.

Spanish Fort (15)

(3-0)

 340

3.

Jackson

(3-0)

 255

4.

Muscle Shoals (1)

(3-0)

 222

5.

Hartselle

(3-0)

 184

6.

Homewood

(2-1)

 151

7.

Vigor

(3-0)

 118

8.

Benjamin Russell

(2-1)

 117

9.

St. Paul's

(2-1)

  58

10.

Saraland

(3-0)

  30

Others receiving votes: Eufaula (3-0) 18, Cullman (3-0) 13, Demopolis (2-1) 12, Pleasant Grove (3-0) 8, Center Point (3-0) 6, Etowah (3-0) 3, Athens (2-1) 1, Southside-Gadsden (3-0) 1, Sylacauga (2-1) 1.

 

Class 4A

 

 

1.

Calera (23)

(3-0)

 362

2.

UMS-Wright (7)

(2-1)

 296

3.

Charles Henderson (1)

(3-0)

 270

4.

Central-Clay Co. (2)

(3-0)

 238

5.

Dadeville

(3-0)

 175

6.

Oneonta

(2-1)

 166

7.

Madison Co.

(3-0)

 138

8.

Beauregard

(2-1)

  60

9.

Munford

(3-0)

  49

10.

Thomasville

(2-1)

  39

Others receiving votes: Andalusia (3-0) 25, Brooks (3-0) 14, Cleburne Co. (2-1) 13, Central-Florence (3-0) 8, Dora (2-1) 7, Bibb Co. (3-0) 5, Sardis (3-0) 5, Tallassee (2-1) 5, Ardmore (3-0) 2, Jacksonville (3-0) 2, Childersburg (3-0) 1, Haleyville (3-0) 1.

 

Class 3A

 

 

1.

Madison Acad. (33) 

(3-0)

 396

2.

Piedmont

(3-0)

 295

3.

T.R.Miller

(3-0)

 264

4.

Geraldine

(3-0)

 206

5.

Leeds

(2-1)

 174

6.

Fayette Co.

(2-1)

 130

7.

Straughn

(2-1)

 108

8.

Trinity

(2-1)

 102

9.

Saks

(3-0)

  55

10.

Deshler

(2-1)

  43

Others receiving votes: Lauderdale Co. (2-1) 31, Daleville (2-1) 23, Colbert Co. (3-0) 19, Dale Co. (3-0) 11, Good Hope (3-0) 6, Vinemont (3-0) 6, Hamilton (2-1) 4, Barbour Co. (3-0) 3, Cleveland (3-0) 2, Hanceville (2-1) 2, Midfield (2-1) 1.

 

Class 2A

 

 

1.

Washington Co. (30)

(3-0)

 385

2.

Mobile Chr.

(3-0)

 275

3.

Tanner (2)

(2-1)

 269

4.

Lanett

(3-0)

 221

5.

Lamar Co.

(3-0)

 183

6.

Fyffe

(2-1)

 152

7.

Oakman

(2-1)

  89

8.

Walter Wellborn

(2-1)

  84

9.

Houston Acad.

(3-0)

  43

10.

G.W. Long

(2-1)

  42

Others receiving votes: Luverne (1) (3-0) 37, Fultondale (3-0) 32, Sweet Water (2-1) 22, Reeltown (1-2) 21, Cottonwood (3-0) 17, Ranburne (3-0) 4, Isabella (3-0) 2, Lexington (3-0) 2, Montgomery Acad. (3-0) 1.

 

Class 1A

 

 

1.

Pickens Co. (28)

(3-0)

 381

2.

Maplesville (5)

(3-0)

 308

3.

Brantley

(2-1)

 256

4.

Addison

(3-0)

 225

5.

Geneva Co.

(3-0)

 184

6.

Marion Co.

(2-1)

 148

7.

Linden

(2-1)

 113

8.

Loachapoka

(3-0)

  88

9.

Berry

(2-1)

  56

10.

Hubbertville

(3-0)

  52

Others receiving votes: Falkville (3-0) 26, R.A. Hubbard (2-1) 26, Valley Head (3-0) 8, Collinsville (3-0) 3, Hackleburg (2-1) 3, St. Luke's (1-2) 2, Fayetteville (3-0) 1, McKenzie (3-0) 1.

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