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ASWA Polls: Top-ranked teams remain the same entering week 7

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The Alabama Sports Writer Association's high school football polls entering week seven of the season.

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(First place votes and record in parentheses).


Class 6A Rec. Votes Prev.
1. Hoover (30) (6-0)  378 1
2. Clay-Chalkville (2)           (6-0)  292 2
3. Opelika (6-0)  247 4
4. Bob Jones (6-0)  184 3
5. Smiths Station (6-0)  181 6
6. Vestavia Hills (5-1)  144 7
7. Auburn (5-1)  108 8
8. Shades Valley (6-0)   93 10
9. McGill-Toolen      (5-1)   71 3
10. Murphy (6-0)   61 NR

Dropped out of Top 10:  Carver-Montgomery (Previously No. 9)

Others receiving votes: Blount (5-1) 24, Spain Park (6-0) 18, Oxford (4-2) 11, Tuscaloosa Co. (5-1) 9, Carver-Montgomery (4-2) 2, Florence (4-2) 1.


Class 5A Rec.Votes
Prev.
1. Spanish Fort (30)             (6-0)  378 1
2. Jackson (1) (6-0)  282 2
3. Muscle Shoals         (6-0)  256 3
4. Homewood       (5-1)  198 4
5. Center Point (1) (6-0)  163 7
6. McAdory (5-1)  162 5
7. Benjamin Russell (5-1)  152 6
8. Saraland (6-0)  117 9
9. Vigor (5-1)   58 10
10. Southside-Gadsden        (6-0)   29 NR

Dropped out of the Top 10:  St. Paul's (Previously No. 8)

Others receiving votes: Cullman (5-1) 14, St. Paul's (4-2) 13, Etowah (5-1) 1, Pleasant Grove (5-1) 1.


Class 4A Rec.Votes
Prev.
1. Calera (24) (6-0)  358 1
2. UMS-Wright (5) (5-1)  290 2
3. Charles Henderson (1)     (6-0)  257 3
4. Central-Clay Co. (2) (6-0)  240 4
5. Oneonta (5-1)  186 5
6. Andalusia (6-0)  157 6
7. Bibb Co. (6-0)  100 8
8. Dadeville (5-1)   90 7
9. Tallassee (5-1)   65 9
10. J.O. Johnson (5-1)   29 NR

Dropped out of the Top 10:  Sardis (Previously No. 10)

Others receiving votes: Munford (5-1) 17, Guntersville (5-1) 10, Cleburne Co. (5-1) 6, Beauregard (4-2) 5, Sardis (5-1) 5, Jemison (5-1) 4, Central-Florence (5-1) 2, Brooks (4-2) 1, Fairview (3-3) 1, Haleyville (5-1) 1.


Class 3A Rec.Votes
Prev.
1. Madison Acad. (32)          (6-0)  384 1
2. Piedmont (6-0)  287 2
3. T.R.Miller (6-0)  257 3
4. Fayette Co. (5-1)  189 4
5. Straughn (5-1)  166 5
6. Trinity (5-1)  149 6
7. Saks (6-0)  128 7
8. Colbert Co. (6-0)  120 8
9. Leeds (4-2)   69 9
10. Dale Co. (6-0)   49 NR

Dropped out of the Top 10:  Lauderdale County (Previously No. 10)

Others receiving votes: New Hope (5-1) 10, Hamilton (5-1) 7, Lauderdale Co. (4-2) 5, Hanceville (5-1) 2, Deshler (4-2) 1, W.S. Neal (4-2) 1.


Class 2ARec.
Votes
Prev.
1. Washington Co. (29)        (6-0)  374 1
2. Mobile Chr. (6-0)  271 2
3. Tanner (2) (5-1)  265 3
4. Lanett (6-0)  225 4
5. Fyffe (5-1)  174 6
6. Fultondale (6-0)  156 7
7. Luverne (1) (6-0)  120 9
8. Oakman (5-1)   98 8
9. G.W. Long (5-1)   43 10
10. Ranburne (6-0)   34 NR

Dropped out of the Top 10:  Lamar County (Previously No. 5)

Others receiving votes: Lamar Co. (5-1) 17, Sweet Water (4-2) 11, Houston Acad. (5-1) 10, Reeltown (4-2) 10, Lexington (5-1) 7, Aliceville (4-2) 4, Isabella (5-1) 2, Red Bay (4-2) 2, Montgomery Acad. (5-1) 1.


Class 1ARec.
Votes
Prev.
1. Pickens Co. (28)              (6-0)  372 1
2. Maplesville (4) (6-0)  297 2
3. Brantley (5-1)  252 3
4. Addison (6-0)  225 4
5. Marion Co. (5-1)  185 5
6. Falkville (6-0)  149 6
7. McKenzie (6-0)  120 7
8. Linden (4-2)   73 9
9. Loachapoka (5-1)   59 10
10. Valley Head (6-0)   44 NR

Dropped out of the Top 10:  Geneva County (Previously No. 8)

Others receiving votes: Hubbertville (5-1) 13, Autaugaville (5-1) 11, Geneva Co. (4-2) 7, Fayetteville (5-1) 5, Ragland (4-1) 5, Berry (3-3) 4, R.A. Hubbard (4-2) 3.


AISA  
1. Edgewood Acad. (28)       (7-0)  368
2. Restoration Acad. (6-1)  278
3. Monroe Acad. (4) (6-0)  249
4. Pickens Acad. (6-0)  246
5 Tuscaloosa Acad. (5-1)  174
6. Marengo Acad. (6-0)  162
7. Bessemer Acad. (6-1)  135
8. Fort Dale Acad. (5-1)   94
9. Kingwood Acad. (6-1)   64
10. Autauga Acad. (4-2)   20

Others receiving votes: Clarke Prep (4-2) 14, Wilcox Acad. (4-2) 12, Patrician (5-2) 4, Escambia Acad. (5-2) 3, Abbeville Chr. (5-2) 1.

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