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Kentucky AP high school football polls

This week's Kentucky Associated Press high school football polls. 

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) _ The top teams in the Kentucky Associated Press high school football polls for the week of Sept. 4, with first-place votes, records, total points and previous rankings:

Class 1A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Beechwood (13) 2-0 183 2

2. Hazard (3) 2-0 176 3

3. Paintsville (3) 2-1 157 1

4. Ky. Country Day - 3-0 134 4

5. Pikeville (1) 1-1 107 5

6. Raceland - 2-1 93 6

7. Russellville - 2-1 64 7

8. Frankfort - 3-1 53 8

9. Ludlow - 2-0 45 9

10. Williamsburg - 2-1 32 NR

Others receiving votes: Paris 20. Phelps 10. Lou. Holy Cross 8. Bellevue 7. Bishop Brossart 3. Nicholas Co. 3. Crittenden Co. 2. Bracken Co. 1. Fulton Co. 1. Harlan 1.

Class 2A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Christian Academy-Lou. (13) 3-0 181 1

2. Mayfield (4) 3-0 176 2

3. Danville (2) 3-0 166 3

4. DeSales (1) 3-0 144 4

5. Lexington Christian - 3-0 122 5

6. Glasgow - 3-0 87 7

7. Newport Central Catholic - 2-1 74 6

8. Somerset - 1-2 38 9

9. Green Co. - 3-0 30 NR

10. Owensboro Catholic - 1-2 24 8

Others receiving votes: Walton-Verona 14. Todd Co. Central 13. Hancock Co. 12. Leslie Co. 7. Gallatin Co. 3. Prestonsburg 3. Owen Co. 2. Murray 2. Metcalfe Co. 1. Monroe Co. 1.

Class 3A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Corbin (11) 3-0 186 1

2. Central (2) 3-0 167 2

3. Belfry (5) 1-1 158 3

4. Elizabethtown (1) 2-0 132 5

5. Lexington Catholic - 2-1 99 6

6. Boyle Co. - 2-1 96 4

7. Bell Co. (1) 3-0 71 8

8. Caldwell Co. - 2-1 64 7

9. Casey Co. - 3-0 51 10

10. LaRue Co. - 3-0 16 NR

Others receiving votes: Paducah Tilghman 15. Floyd Central 15. Union Co. 9. Edmonson Co. 6. Bath Co. 6. Fleming Co. 5. Lawrence Co. 2. Western Hills 1. Knott Co. Central 1.

Class 4A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Johnson Central (18) 2-0 195 1

2. Wayne Co. (1) 3-0 181 2

3. Collins - 2-1 139 3

4. Rockcastle Co. - 2-0 96 T9

5. Mercer Co. - 2-1 95 4

6. Franklin-Simpson - 1-2 72 5

7. Shelby Co. - 2-1 53 6

8. Bourbon Co. - 2-1 40 7

9. Ashland Blazer - 1-2 39 8

10. Allen Co.-Scottsville - 3-0 37 NR

Others receiving votes: Taylor Co. (1) 34. Scott 23. Logan Co. 23. Madisonville-North Hopkins 20. East Carter 20. Hopkinsville 7. Warren East 7. Mason Co. 5. Lou. Valley 4. Knox Central 3. Franklin Co. 3. John Hardin 2. Hopkins Co. Central 1. West Jessamine 1.

Class 5A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Covington Catholic (18) 3-0 185 1

2. Bowling Green - 1-2 149 2

3. Christian Co. - 3-0 143 4

4. South Warren - 3-0 128 6

5. Southwestern - 3-0 115 5

6. Owensboro - 2-1 94 T7

7. Fern Creek - 2-1 68 3

8. North Laurel - 3-0 47 10

9. South Oldham - 1-1 34 9

10. Highlands - 2-1 28 T7

Others receiving votes: Perry Co. Central (1) 14. Bullitt Central 13. Graves Co. 7. Madison Southern 6. Whitley Co. 3. Woodford Co. 3. Greenwood 3. Harlan Co. 2. Pulaski Co. 2. Lou. Fairdale 1.

Class 6A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Trinity (17) 3-0 188 1

2. St. Xavier (1) 2-0 159 2

3. Pleasure Ridge Park - 3-0 137 3

4. Male - 3-0 131 4

5. Scott Co. (1) 3-0 129 5

6. Simon Kenton - 3-0 99 6

7. Ryle - 2-1 68 9

8. Butler - 2-1 34 10

9. Central Hardin - 2-1 29 8

10. Lex. Lafayette - 1-1 19 7

Others receiving votes: Campbell Co. 15. Meade Co. 11. Tates Creek 9. Frederick Douglass 5. Ohio Co. 4. George Rogers Clark 3. Henry Clay 3. DuPont Manual 2.

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All Associated Press members in Kentucky are eligible to participate in the high school football poll. Those who voted for this week's poll are: The Daily Independent, Ashland; Daily News, Bowling Green; Kentucky Enquirer, Cincinnati; Times-Tribune, Corbin; East Kentucky Broadcasting, Pikeville; The News-Enterprise, Elizabethtown; Daily Enterprise, Harlan; The Gleaner, Henderson; Kentucky New Era, Hopkinsville; Lexington Herald-Leader, Lexington; The Courier-Journal, Louisville; The Ledger Independent, Maysville; The Mayfield Messenger, Mayfield; The Middlesboro Daily News, Middlesboro; Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro; Times Leader Princeton, Princeton; The Commonwealth-Journal, Somerset; WDKY, Lexington; WKYX, Paducah; WRUS, Russellville.

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