There wasn’t a ton of movement in the Associated Press top 10 polls this week following Week 5 games.
Ravenwood’s drop from No. 5 to No. 8 was the only downward trend in the 6A poll, and Brentwood, Riverdale and Mt. Juliet each benefitted with one-spot jumps to make up the No. 5-7 spots, respectively.
Beech nudged up a spot in 5A despite being forced to sit out last week and this week with COVID-19 cases, while Gallatin dropped three spots following a one-point loss to Collierville.
Creek Wood swapped spots with Lexington this week in 4A, as the Red Hawks moved up to No. 8.
Lipscomb Academy moved up to fifth in Division II-AA after being just outside the top five last week.
Ensworth is just outside the top five in Division II-AAA, and hosts No. 4 MBA this week.
While you’re counting the hours and minutes to kickoff, catch up on what you missed from Week 5’s action:
- Tennessee high school football AP statewide rankings
- Tennessee high school football schedule for Week 6
- Midstate high school football top 10
- Southern Middle Tennessee Sports
- 2020 GRIDIRON STAT LEADERS
- CA FOOTBALL SHUT DOWN TWO WEEKS UNDER COVID PROTOCOL
- Robertson County Connection
- Jo Byrns takes care of Red Boiling Springs for first region win
- Murfreesboro Post
- Oakland keeps grip on No. 1 in MSP Top 25 poll
- Main Street Preps
- Self-inflicted wounds cost Coyotes on the road