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Tennessee Prep Football Rankings See Week 3 Shuffle



Dillon Taylor, MTN Reporter

September 9th, 2020


High School football is in full swing in the state of Tennessee and we’ve already seen

plenty of movement throughout the rankings of the top teams. There were several high-profile

matchups throughout the different classes, especially in Class 1A and Class 3A. While it was only

week 3, these matchups were a great indicator for how the rest of the season could play out.

Here’s a quick rundown of the best team performances and what the featured teams have left

in front of them.

*All rankings are courtesy of The AP Polls*


Class 1A: Moore County

- Perhaps the most notable breakout team throughout the state, the Moore County

Raiders have jumped out to a 3-0 start. They currently sit at #6 in the 1A polls after starting out NR. They are a team to watch after their big win over previously #2

ranked Cornersville, who dropped to #8 with the loss.


Class 3A: Alcoa

- After receiving 10/10 first-place votes, the Alcoa Tornadoes maintained their #1

ranking in Class 3A. They did so in convincing fashion with a 38-0 win over Scott High

School. Through three games this season, Alcoa has outscored their opponents by a

combined 128-7.


Class 4A: Tullahoma

- After a convincing 42-7 win at Marshall County, the Tullahoma Wildcats jumped up

to #3 in the Class 4A rankings. They moved up three spots past the Tigers as Marshall

County fell from #3 to #7 with the loss.


Class 6A: Oakland

The most competition lies within the state’s highest classification, Class 6A. #1

Oakland maintained their undefeated season with a 36-7 win over Siegel. They

received 7 out of the possible 10 first-place votes, with the other 3 going to #2

ranked Maryville.

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