Josh Moore

AP Football Polls: One week left

Lafayette's Walker Wood went around the end as Lafayette played Bryan Station  on Friday October 2, 2015 in Lexington, KY. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff
Lafayette's Walker Wood went around the end as Lafayette played Bryan Station on Friday October 2, 2015 in Lexington, KY. Photo by Mark Cornelison | Staff Herald-Leader

Below are the Kentucky Associated Press high school football polls as voted on by members of the media ahead of the final week of regular-season play. First place votes are in brackets with team records and total poll points in parentheses.

The final media poll will be released next Monday.

Class A



1. Paintsville [14] (9-0, 158)

2. Beechwood [1] (8-1, 141)

3. Pikeville (7-2, 115)

4. Paris [1] (9-0, 109)

5. Russellville (8-1, 95)

6. Hazard (7-2, 76)

7. Bishop Brossart (8-1, 61)

8. Fairview (5-4, 37)

9. Bethlehem (7-2, 31)

10. Harlan (7-2, 27)

Others receiving votes (points): Campbellsville 11, Pineville 8, Williamsburg 3, Raceland 2, Kentucky Country Day 2, Crittenden County 2.

Class 2A



1. Mayfield [13] (8-1, 156)

2. Danville (8-1, 137)

3. Louisville Christian (7-2, 123)

4. DeSales [1] (7-2, 115)

5. Shelby Valley [1] (8-1, 89)

6. Owensboro Catholic (7-2, 87)

7. Murray (6-3, 61)

8. Leslie County (8-1, 47)

9. Newport Central Catholic (5-4, 30)

10. Lexington Christian (6-3, 13)

Others receiving votes (points): Butler County 11, Monroe County 5, Prestonsburg 4, Lloyd Memorial 2.

Class 3A



1. Belfry [12] (8-1, 152)

2. Elizabethtown [2] (9-0, 132)

3. Caldwell County (8-1, 119)

4. Boyle County [1] (8-1, 110)

5. Central (7-2, 104)

6. Lexington Catholic [1] (6-3, 70)

7. Paducah Tilghman (6-3, 54)

8. Corbin (6-3, 39)

9. Bell County (7-2, 35)

10. Russell (7-2, 25)

Others receiving votes (points): Adair County 21, Lawrence County 8, Henry County 5, West Carter 5.

Class 4A



1. South Warren [11] (9-0, 151)

2. Johnson Central [5] (8-0, 149)

3. Ashland Blazer (8-1, 112)

4. Hopkinsville (8-1, 101)

5. Shelby County (8-1, 100)

6. Scott (8-1, 82)

7. Spencer County (8-1, 60)

8. Wayne County (7-2, 49)

t9. John Hardin (6-3, 31)

t9. Franklin County (7-2, 31)

Others receiving votes (points): East Jessamine 8, Mercer County 3, Knox Central 2.

Class 5A



1. Bowling Green [11] (8-1, 152)

2. Owensboro (8-1, 130)

3. Pulaski County [1] (8-1, 126)

4. North Laurel [4] (9-0, 124)

5. Fern Creek (9-1, 95)

6. Christian County (7-2, 69)

7. South Oldham (8-1, 64)

8. Southwestern (7-2, 42)

t9. North Bullitt (8-2, 20)

t9. Greenwood (8-2, 20)

Others receiving votes (points): Highlands 16, Harlan County 11, Madison Southern 9.

Class 6A



1. Male [16] (9-0, 160)

2. Trinity (9-1, 142)

3. Simon Kenton (9-0, 117)

4. Scott County (8-1, 116)

5. St. Xavier (6-3, 88)

6. McCracken County (8-1, 72)

7. Manual (7-2, 55)

8. Lafayette (8-2, 51)

9. Cooper (8-2, 33)

t10. Ryle (7-2, 27)

Others receiving votes (points): Central Hardin 11, Bryan Station 7.

Here are the organizations that voted in this week's poll: The Daily Independent, Ashland; Daily News, Bowling Green; Times-Tribune, Corbin; East Kentucky Broadcasting, Pikeville; The News-Enterprise, Elizabethtown; The State Journal, Frankfort; Daily Enterprise, Harlan; The Gleaner, Henderson; Kentucky New Era, Hopkinsville; Kool Hits 105.7, Ashland; Lexington Herald-Leader, Lexington; The Middlesboro Daily News, Middlesboro; Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro; Times Leader Princeton, Princeton; WKYX, Paducah; WRUS, Russellville.

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