See how KPGFootball voted in this week’s AP Kentucky High School Football Top 10 Poll…

Well, the poll gets released Tuesday, September 4, 2018 owing to Monday the 3rd being a holiday and all (Labor Day). For the benefit of the subscribers to KPGFootball, we are below releasing to you, in advance of the poll’s official release, how we voted this week after the week-end’s action. The following is how we presently see things in the respective classifications.

  1. Pikeville, 2-0
  2. Beechwood, 2-0
  3. Raceland, 2-1
  4. Crittenden County, 2-0
  5. Nicholas County, 3-0
  6. Hazard, 2-0
  7. Paintsville, 2-1
  8. Phelps, 2-0
  9. Russellville, 2-1
  10. Campbellsville, 2-1

  1. Mayfield, 3-0
  2. Desales, 3-0
  3. Christian Academy of Louisville, 3-0
  4. Glasgow, 3-0
  5. Newport, 2-0
  6. Walton-Verona, 3-0
  7. Danville, 1-2
  8. Todd County Central, 2-1
  9. Owensboro Catholic, 1-2
  10. McLean County, 2-1

  1. Boyle County, 3-0
  2. Belfry, 1-1
  3. Central, 3-0
  4. Corbin, 3-0
  5. Lexington Catholic, 3-0
  6. Floyd Central, 3-0
  7. Paducah Tilghman, 2-1
  8. Western Hills, 1-1
  9. Elizabethtown, 0-2
  10. Caldwell County, 1-2

  1. Ashland Blazer, 3-0
  2. Franklin-Simpson, 2-1
  3. Logan County, 3-0
  4. Johnson Central, 1-1
  5. Hopkinsville High School, 1-2
  6. Allen County-Scottsville, 3-0
  7. Greenup County, 3-0
  8. East Carter, 3-0
  9. Moore, 3-0
  10. Madisonville North-Hopkins, 2-1

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

  1. Louisville Male, 3-0
  2. Frederick Douglass, 3-0
  3. Scott County, 3-0
  4. Simon Kenton, 3-0
  5. Trinity (Louisville), 0-3
  6. St. Xavier, 0-2
  7. Butler, 2-1
  8. Henderson County, 2-1
  9. DuPont Manual, 1-1
  10. Daviess County, 2-1

This will undoubtedly cause plenty of controversy and we recognize some teams  have played a few Joe Slappies while others played really tough competition, but an oft-repeated sentiment in football among coaches is you are your record. In that spirit, we have voted as above reflected. This will shift quite a lot after this next week’s slate of contests as many of the teams for whom we voted will, undoubtedly, lose and some other teams not in this week’s poll will have huge wins against highly regarded teams. We shall just have to see how this fleshes out from here.

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

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