Josh Moore

Josh Moore: How I voted in the AP high school football poll

Lafayette's Javarus Blair tackles Scott County's Kendrick Hamilton at Ishmael Stadium in Lexington, Ky., Friday, September 18, 2015. Photo by Matt Goins
Lafayette's Javarus Blair tackles Scott County's Kendrick Hamilton at Ishmael Stadium in Lexington, Ky., Friday, September 18, 2015. Photo by Matt Goins Herald-Leader

Below is my ballot for latest Kentucky Associated Press media football polling. The below information does not reflect the actual voting results, which will be released Monday afternoon:

Class A



1. Paintsville (7-0)

2. Beechwood (5-1)

3. Pikeville (5-2)

4. Russellville (6-1)

5. Paris (7-0)

6. Raceland (5-2)

7. Hazard (5-2)

8. Campbellsville (6-1)

9. Bishop Brossart (7-0)

10. Harlan (5-1)

Class 2A



1. Mayfield (6-1)

2. DeSales (5-1)

3. Danville (5-1)

4. Louisville Christian (4-2)

5. Leslie County (6-0)

6. Owensboro Catholic (5-2)

7. Murray (4-3)

8. Shelby Valley (5-1)

9. Lexington Christian (4-2)

10. Somerset (4-2)

Class 3A



1. Boyle County (6-0)

2. Belfry (5-1)

3. Central (4-2)

4. Caldwell County (6-1)

5. Elizabethtown (7-0)

6. Paducah Tilghman (4-3)

7. Lexington Catholic (3-3)

8. Bell County (5-1)

9. Corbin (4-3)

10. Russell (4-2)

Class 4A



1. South Warren (6-0)

2. Ashland Blazer (6-0)

3. Johnson Central (5-0)

4. Spencer County (7-0)

5. Hopkinsville (5-1)

6. Franklin County (6-1)

7. Shelby County (5-1)

8. Scott (6-1)

9. John Hardin (4-3)

10. Collins (3-3)

Class 5A



1. Bowling Green (6-1)

2. Pulaski County (5-1)

3. Owensboro (5-1)

4. North Laurel (7-0)

5. Fern Creek (6-1)

6. Southwestern (5-1)

7. North Bullitt (6-1)

8. Christian County (5-2)

9. Montgomery County (4-2)

10. Greenwood (6-1)

Class 6A



1. Male (7-0)

2. Trinity (6-1)

3. Scott County (5-1)

4. St. Xavier (4-2)

5. Simon Kenton (6-0)

6. Ryle (6-0)

7. Manual (6-0)

8. Lafayette (5-2)

9. McCracken County (6-1)

10. Bryan Station (5-2)

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