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MBA Career Journey: Week 4 Statewide Rankings of Tennessee High School Football – Tennessean

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Last Updated on September 12, 2023 by Robert C. Hoopes

The Associated Press has recently released its highly anticipated rankings for Tennessee’s Division I non-financial aid classifications, as well as the combined Division II financial aid classification. These rankings were determined by AP-member sportswriters and broadcasters throughout the state.

At the top of the Class 6A rankings is Bradley Central, who received first-place votes and currently boasts an impressive record of 4-0. Oakland follows closely behind in second place with a record of 3-1. Also receiving votes in this division are Brentwood and Germantown, ranking third and fourth respectively.

In the Class 5A division, Knoxville West remains undefeated with a perfect record of 4-0 and received first-place votes to secure its top-ranking position. Henry County and Centennial also received votes and are ranked second and third respectively.

The leading team in Class 4A is Pearl-Cohn, who received a remarkable 15 first-place votes and has yet to suffer a defeat with a record of 4-0. Upperman and Elizabethton follow in second and third place in this division.

Alcoa stands tall at the top of the Class 3A rankings with an impeccable record of 3-0 and an astonishing 18 first-place votes. East Nashville follows in second place with a record of 4-0.

In Class 2A, Riverside and Milan are tied for first place after receiving first-place votes, with records of 3-1 and 4-0 respectively.

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South Pittsburg is dominating the Class 1A rankings, currently holding the top spot with a perfect record of 4-0 and securing 13 first-place votes. Friendship Christian is leading the charge in Division II-A with a record of 4-0 and an impressive 14 first-place votes.

Franklin Road Academy received seven first-place votes and is currently ranked first in Division II-AA with a record of 4-0. McCallie is also enjoying success and has earned first place in Division II-AAA with a record of 4-0 and 11 first-place votes.

Other notable schools receiving votes include Davidson Academy, Lausanne Collegiate, and Knoxville Catholic.

These rankings hold great significance for the teams and their communities and were determined by eligible AP members in Tennessee. For further details and information, interested individuals can reach out to sports writer George Robinson at georgerobinson@theleafchronicle.com.

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