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ASWA Polls: Tanner climbs to No. 1 in Class 2A rankings

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ASWA high school football polls entering week nine of the season. (abc3340.com) ASWA high school football polls entering week nine of the season. (abc3340.com)

The Alabama Sports Writers Association high school football polls entering week nine of the season: 

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Class 6A

Rank
TeamRec.
Prev.
1. Hoover (30)                          (8-0)  1
2. Bob Jones (8-0)  3
3. Vestavia Hills (7-1)  4
4. Auburn (7-1)  5
5. Opelika (7-1)  7
6. Clay-Chalkville (7-1)  8
7. Spain Park (8-0)  10
8. McGill-Toolen (7-1)  9
9. Smiths Station (7-1)  2
10. Shades Valley (7-1)  5

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

Rank
Name
Rec.
Prev.
1. Spanish Fort (28)                   (8-0)  1
2. Jackson (2) (8-0)  2
3. Muscle Shoals         (8-0)  3
4. Homewood       (7-1)  4
5. Benjamin Russell (7-1)  5
6. McAdory (7-1)  6
7. Southside-Gadsden               (8-0)  7
8. Center Point (7-1)  8
9. Cullman (7-1)  9
10. Saraland      (7-1)  10

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

Class 4A

Rank
TeamRec.
Prev.
1. UMS-Wright (21)   (7-1)  1
2. Charles Henderson (7)           (8-0)  2
3. Central-Clay Co. (1)  (8-0)  3
4. Bibb Co. (8-0)  4
5. Oneonta (7-1)  5
6. Calera (1) (7-1)  7
7. Tallassee (7-1)  8
8. Dadeville (7-1) 9
9. J.O. Johnson (7-1)  10
10. Andalusia (7-1)  6

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

Rank
Team
Rec.
Prev.
1. Madison Acad. (30)                (8-0)  1
2. T.R. Miller (8-0)  3
3. Saks (8-0)  7
4. Fayette Co. (7-1)  4
5. Trinity (7-1)  6
6. Colbert Co. (8-0)  8
7. Piedmont (7-1)  2
8. Dale Co. (8-0)  10
9. Leeds (6-2)  9
10. Straughn (6-2)  5

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

Rank
Team
 Rec. Prev.
1. Tanner (21)                          (7-1) 2
2. Lanett (7) (8-0) 3
3. Washington Co.                    (7-1) 6
4. Fultondale (8-0) 5
5. Fyffe (7-1) 4
6. Luverne (2)        (8-0) 7
7. Mobile Chr. (7-1) 1
8. Oakman (7-1) 8
9. Sweet Water (6-2) 9
10. G.W. Long (7-1) NR

Dropped out of the Top 10:  Ranburne

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

Rank
Team Rec.Prev.
1. Pickens Co. (27)                   (8-0) 1
2. Maplesville (3) (8-0) 2
3. Brantley (7-1) 3
4. Falkville (7-0) 6
5. Linden (6-2) 7
6. Valley Head (8-0) 8
7. Loachapoka (7-1) 9
8. Addison (7-1) 4
9. McKenzie (7-1) 10
10. Marion Co. (6-2) 5

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

AISA

Rank
Team Rec.
1. Edgewood Acad. (26)             (9-0)
2. Restoration Acad. (8-1)
3. Monroe Acad. (4) (8-0)
4. Marengo Acad. (8-0)
5 Bessemer Acad. (8-1)
6. Kingwood Chr. (8-1)
7. Pickens Acad. (7-1)
8. Tuscaloosa Acad. (6-2)
9t. Autauga Acad. (6-2)
9t. Fort Dale Acad. (4-2)

Others receiving votes: Patrician Acad. (7-2) 17, Escambia Acad. (7-2) 3, Abbeville Chr. (7-2 ) 2.

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