ASWA High School Football Rankings

CLASS 6A Rcd. Pts.
1. Hoover (36) (7-0) 432
2. Daphne (7-0) 313
3. Decatur (7-0) 245
4. Bob Jones (6-1) 230
5. Davidson (6-1) 205
6. Auburn (5-1) 168
7. Wetumpka (6-0) 138
8. Vestavia Hills (6-1) 118
9. Hillcrest-Tuscaloosa
(7-0) 86
10. Central-Phenix City (6-1) 38

Others receiving votes: Mountain Brook (6-1) 28, Gadsden City (5-2) 18, Prattville (5-2) 11, Murphy (6-1) 9, Hewitt-Trussville (6-1) 7, Foley (5-2) 5, Smiths Station (6-1) 1.

CLASS 5A Rcd. Pts.
1. Hartselle (25) (6-1) 391
2. Briarwood Christian (5) (6-1) 317
3. Walker (3) (6-1) 278
4. Russellville (6-1) 209
5. Hueytown (6-1) 198
6. Fort Payne (2) (7-0) 174
7. Spanish Fort (1) (6-1) 172
8. Pleasant Grove (6-1) 167
9. Demopolis (5-2) 68
10. McAdory (5-2) 36

Others receiving votes: St. Paul’s (6-1) 30, Tallassee (6-1) 6, Cullman (5-2) 3, Valley (5-2) 2, Eufaula (5-2) 1.

CLASS 4A Rcd. Pts.
1. Jackson (23) (7-0) 389
2. Thomasville (11)
(7-0) 357
3. North Jackson (7-0) 282
4. Bibb County (2) (7-0) 256
5. Deshler (6-1) 209
6. Dadeville (7-0) 176
7. Fairview (7-0) 125
8. Fayette County (6-1) 76
9. Straughn (6-1) 59
10. Anniston (6-1) 32

Others receiving votes: Andalusia (6-1) 22, Ashford (7-0) 22, Oak Grove (7-0) 19, UMS-Wright (4-3) 12, Central-Florence(6-1) 6, Beauregard (6-1) 5, Oneonta (6-1) 4, Cherokee County (4-3) 1.

CLASS 3A Rcd. Pts.
1. Leeds (34) (7-0) 426
2. Cordova (2) (7-0) 324
3. Handley (7-0) 276
4. Hamilton (7-0) 257
5. Glencoe (6-1) 173
6. Piedmont (6-1) 163
7. Gordo (6-1) 144
8. Madison Academy
(6-1) 79
9. Trinity (6-1) 69
10. T.R. Miller (5-2) 51

Others receiving votes: Pike County (5-2) 26, Washington County (5-2) 24, Abbeville (6-1) 12, Daleville (6-1) 11, Lauderdale County (6-1) 7, Plainview (5-2) 3, Winfield (5-2) 3, Hale County (6-1) 2, Susan Moore (5-2) 2.

CLASS 2A Rcd. Pts.
1. Elba (23) (7-0) 386
2. Leroy (9) (6-1) 344
3. Reeltown (2) (6-1) 279
4. Westbrook Christian (1)
(7-0) 237
5. Cottonwood (7-0) 223
6. Tanner (1) (6-0) 210
7. Lineville (6-1) 138
8. Fyffe (6-1) 105
9. Ider (6-1) 64
10. Goshen (6-1) 54

Others receiving votes: Colbert Hts.(6-1) 7, American Christian (6-1) 4, Cleveland (6-1) 1.

CLASS 1A Rcd. Pts.
1. Brantley (29) (7-0) 408
2. Maplesville (4) (7-0) 315
3. Sweet Water (3)
(5-2) 297
4. Linden (6-1) 254
5. R.A. Hubbard (6-1) 197
6. McKenzie (7-0) 179
7. Hackleburg (6-1) 130
8. Lynn (7-0) 91
9. Addison (6-1) 88
10. Appalachian (7-0) 45

Others receiving votes: Collinsville (7-0) 25, Autaugaville (6-1) 9, St. Jude (6-1) 8, Cedar Bluff (5-2) 2, Pickens County (4-3) 2, Ragland (6-1) 2.

AISA Rcd. Pts.
1. Monroe Academy (29) (7-0) 406
2. Bessemer Academy (7) (7-0) 344
3. Crenshaw Christian (7-0) 274
4. Fort Dale (6-1) 250
5. Clarke Prep (6-1) 187
6. Edgewood (7-1) 172
7. Pike Liberal (5-2) 148
8. Lowndes Academy (7-1) 54
9. Springwood (5-2) 51
10. Prattville Christian (6-2) 42

Others receiving votes: Glenwood (5-2) 40, Patrician (4-2) 34, Coosa Valley Academy (6-1) 23, Sumter Academy (6-1) 17, Restoration (5-2) 9, Kingwood (6-2) 1.


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  • by HS Football Fan Location: Enterprise on Oct 15, 2010 at 09:33 PM
    Enterprise football needs some serious help! Not sure the coach has learned anything about replacing secondary with O'players. I would start with replacing the recieving core with players that will block down field when "the ball is not coming to them" and who maybe understand the team concept. Second step is to find a defensive coach that understands the term out side containment! Why would any coach call a time out when you have the momentum and allow the other team to reset and give them time to work a play (which led to a touch down)?!? Hats off to number 44, hard working and heads up player.....someone needs to teach #19 how to block down field and what it means to be a team player. O'plays in the redzone were too slow to develop which allowed the defense time to react and stop the drive. I would also think the coach learned his lesson about replacing the secondary with recievers that cannot catch or tackle....almost lost another game in the last few seconds! Wake up coach!
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