KPGFootball’s Votes for the October 22nd, Associated Press High School Football Polls

If anyone is interested, and I am sure some of you are, we are publishing, again this week, how KPGFootball has cast its Associated Press, weekly, High School Football poll votes which will be published as part of the AP’s poll sometime Monday, October 22, 2018. We are proud to be among the limited number of voters in this poll, commonwealth-wide, and consider carefully the exercise of our poll participation. We attempt to vote each week both responsibly and as unbiased as we are able.  The below is how we cast our ballots this week…

 

For Class 1A; 

  1. Pikeville, 6-2;
  2. Beechwood, 7-2;
  3. Paintsville, 8-2;
  4. Raceland, 7-2;
  5. Hazard, 5-3;
  6. Campbellsville, 8-1;
  7. Crittenden County, 8-1;
  8. Lynn Camp, 8-1;
  9. Nicholas County, 7-2;
  10. Frankfort, 6-3.

For Class 2A; 

  1. Mayfield, 9-0;
  2. Christian Academy-Louisville, 9-0;
  3. St. Francis DeSales, 8-1;
  4. Owensboro Catholic, 7-2;
  5. Somerset, 8-2;
  6. Glasgow, 8-1;
  7. Shelby Valley, 8-1;
  8. Lexington Christian, 6-3;
  9. Murray, 6-3;
  10. Walton-Verona, 7-2.

For Class 3A;

  1. Boyle County, 9-0;
  2. Belfry, 8-1;
  3. Corbin, 8-1;
  4. Caldwell County, 7-2;
  5. Paducah Tilghman, 7-2;
  6. Louisville Central, 7-2;
  7. Lexington Catholic, 6-3;
  8. Elizabethtown, 6-3;
  9. Bell County, 8-1;
  10. Union County, 6-3.

For Class 4A;

  1. Johnson Central, 8-1;
  2. Franklin-Simpson, 8-1;
  3. Madisonville North-Hopkins, 7-2;
  4. Logan County, 8-1;
  5. Ashland Blazer, 9-1;
  6. Louisville Moore, 8-1;
  7. Taylor County, 8-1;
  8. Franklin County, 7-2;
  9. Knox Central, 7-2;
  10. Hopkinsville, 3-6.

For Class 5A;

  1. South Warren, 9-0;
  2. Covington Catholic, 9-0;
  3. Highlands, 7-2;
  4. Owensboro (Sr.) High, 7-2;
  5. South Oldham, 8-1;
  6. Pulaski County, 7-2;
  7. Anderson County, 9-0;
  8. Bowling Green, 7-2;
  9. Oldham County, 8-1;
  10. Southwestern, 8-1.

For Class 6A;

  1. St. Xavier, 7-2;
  2. Frederick Douglass, 9-0;
  3. Louisville Male, 9-1;
  4. Louisville Butler, 7-3;
  5. McCracken County, 7-3;
  6. Simon Kenton, 8-2;
  7. Scott County, 7-3;
  8. North Hardin, 7-2;
  9. Louisville Ballard, 5-4;
  10. Henderson County, 6-3.

Reporting for KPGFootball, this is Fletcher Long reminding all of the ballers out there that #WeGotUCovered and to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE.

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