ASSOCIATED PRESS FOOTBALL POLLS


Sept 11, 2017

Here is The Associated Press high school poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, points based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, and the team’s ranking in last week’s poll:

Class 6A 

School Total Points Prv 

1. Allen (17) (2-0) 239 1 

2. Converse Judson (4) (2-0) 207 3 

3. Katy (2) (0-0) 204 2 

4. DeSoto (2) (2-0) 187 4 

5. Austin Westlake (2-0) 153 6 

6. The Woodlands (0-0) 97 7 

7. Lake Travis (1-1) 92 9 

8. Galena Park North Shore (0-0) 77 8 

9. Cibolo Steele (1-1) 51 5 

10. Garland Sachse (2-0) 20 NR 

Others receiving votes: 11, Mansfield 15. 12, Tyler 9. 13, Coppell 5. 13, Cedar Hill 5. 13, Waco Midway 5. 16, Fort Bend Ridge Point 3. 17, San Benito 2. 18, Klein Collins 1. 18, Longview 1. 18, Southlake Carroll 1. 18, Arlington Martin 1. 

Class 5A 

School Total Points Prv 

1. Aledo (14) (2-0) 236 2 

2. Manvel (11) (0-0) 229 1 

3. Temple (2-0) 192 3 

4. Denton Ryan (2-0) 177 4 

5. CC Calallen (2-0) 135 5 

6. Fort Bend Marshall (0-0) 121 6 

7. Dallas Highland Park (1-1) 77 7 

8. College Station (1-1) 66 8 

9. Richmond Foster (0-0) 52 9 

10. Mansfield Legacy (2-0) 31 NR 

Others receiving votes: 11, Cedar Park 29. 12, Frisco Lone Star 13. 13, Angleton 7. 14, Lancaster 4. 15, Lubbock Coronado 3. 16, Dripping Springs 1. 16, N. Richland Hills 1. 16, Port Neches-Groves 1. 

Class 4A 

School Total Points Prv 

1. Carthage (24) (2-0) 247 1 

2. Gilmer (1) (2-0) 205 2 

3. West Orange-Stark (0-0) 180 3 

4. Argyle (2-0) 172 4 

5. Waco La Vega (2-0) 158 5 

6. Cuero (1-0) 120 6 

7. Kennedale (1-0) 108 8 

8. Abilene Wylie (2-0) 84 9 

9. Midlothian Heritage (2-0) 29 NR 

10. Van (2-0) 28 NR 

Others receiving votes: 11, Celina 13. 12, China Spring 12. 13, Kilgore 8. 14, Sweetwater 6. 15, Wimberley 2. 15, Andrews 2. 17, Henderson 1. 

Class 3A 

School Total Points Prv 

1. Gunter (13) (2-0) 229 3 

2. Hallettsville (3) (1-0) 183 4 

3. Lexington (3) (2-0) 169 5 

4. Wall (1) (2-0) 162 7 

5. Newton (3) (2-0) 140 8 

6. Cameron Yoe (2) (1-1) 119 1 

7. Malakoff (2-0) 90 10 

8. Brock (1-1) 86 2 

9. East Bernard (1-0) 84 9 

10. Canadian (2-0) 50 NR 

Others receiving votes: 11, Yoakum 27. 12, New London West Rusk 14. 13, Jefferson 12. 14, Sonora 8. 15, Lago Vista 1. 15, Big Sandy Harmony 1. 

Class 2A 

School Total Points Prv 

1. Refugio (16) (1-0) 237 1 

2. Tenaha (4) (2-0) 214 2 

3. Bremond (4) (2-0) 203 3 

4. Mason (2-0) 159 5 

5. Muenster (2-0) 139 6 

6. Mart (1) (1-1) 109 7 

7. Albany (2-0) 104 8 

8. Abernathy (2-0) 79 9 

9. Iraan (2-0) 46 10 

10. Crawford (1-1) 40 4 

Others receiving votes: 11, De Leon 19. 12, Centerville 6. 13, Groveton 4. 13, Anson 4. 15, Burton 3. 15, Shiner 3. 17, Wellington 2. 18, Stratford 1. 18, Joaquin 1. 18, Post 1. 18, Price Carlisle 1.


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