Associated Press Tennessee Basketball Rankings

Associated Press Tennessee Basketball Rankings

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Associated Press Tennessee Basketball Rankings

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The Associated Press’ Top 10 teams in each of Tennessee’s three Division I non-financial aid classifications and in the combined Division II financial aid classification as selected by Tennessee AP-member sportswriters and broadcasters. With first-place votes in parentheses, records through Jan. 12, total points based on 10 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 10th-place vote:

BOYS

CLASS AAA

Record

Points

Prev

1.

Hamilton (18)

11-0

180

1

2.

Bearden

19-1

154

3

3.

Southwind

16-2

134

2

4.

Blackman

12-2

125

4

5.

Oak Ridge

17-2

118

5

6.

Brentwood

18-3

74

9

7.

Jefferson Co.

15-5

69

8

8.

Whitehaven

9-2

48

6

9.

Station Camp

16-3

32

10

10.

White Co.

17-2

15

NR

Others receiving 12 or more points: David Crockett 14, Hillwood 13.

CLASS AA

Record

Points

Prev

1.

Creek Wood (13)

16-0

169

1

2.

CPA (5)

14-4

152

4

3.

Haywood Co.

17-2

138

2

4.

East Nashville

17-2

120

5

5.

Douglass

9-4

112

3

6.

Westview

154

87

7

7.

Ripley

20-5

63

8

8.

Cheatham Co.

14-2

37

10

9.

Fayette Ware

15-5

29

6

10.

Fulton

11-2

26

NF

Others receiving 12 or more points: Cascade 15

CLASS A

Record

Points

Prev

1.

Union City (6)

18-3

155

1

2.

Mitchell (7)

9-5

146

2

3.

Fayetteville (4)

16-0

145

3

4.

Cosby

15-4

90

7

4.

Middleton

14-3

90

8

6.

Hampton

14-5

67

4

7.

Collinwood

13-4

66

9

8.

Clay County

13-4

54

5

9.

Booker T. Washington

9-4

40

6

10.

Harriman

15-3

22

NR

Others receiving 12 or more points: Meigs County 19

DIVISION II

Record

Points

Prev

1.

Brentwood Aca. (11)

14-0

144

2

2.

CBHS (4)

17-0

135

3

3.

McCallie

17-2

110

1

4.

Knoxville Webb

19-3

104

4

5.

Briarcrest

18-5

89

5

6.

St. George’s

14-2

73

6

7.

FRA

15-3

57

7

8.

MBA

11-3

55

8

9.

Ensworth

8-5

26

9

10.

USJ

14-5

19

NR

Others receiving 12 or more points: None

GIRLS

CLASS AAA

Record

Points

Prev

1.

Blackman (16)

14-2

169

1

2.

Ridgeway (1)

14-0

147

3

3.

Riverdale

15-3

126

2

4.

Oakland

15-2

112

4

5.

Dyer Co.

19-0

110

5

6.

Dickson Co.

18-1

86

6

7.

Mt. Juliet

1702

61

7

8.

White Co.

18-1

52

8

9.

Bearden

18-3

32

9

10.

Morristown West

172

29

10

Others receiving 12 or more points: None

CLASS AA

Record

Points

Prev

1.

Elizabethton (17)

16-0

170

1

2.

CPA

13-0

148

3

3.

Dyersburg

16-1

119

4

4.

East Nashville

17-1

117

5

5.

Murfreesboro Central Magnet

15-3

88

2

6.

Jackson South Side

15-3

83

6

7.

Upperman

17-3

67

8

8.

Martin Luther King

13-4

49

10

9.

Livingston Aca,

15-5

38

9

10.

Cannon Co.

15-5

22

7

Others receiving 12 or more points: None

CLASS A

Record

Points

Prev

1.

Middleton (15)

17-0

159

1

2.

South Greene

17-3

132

2

3.

Gibson Co.

21-2

106

4

4.

Clarkrange

15-5

99

3

5.

Houston Co. (1)

19-1

95

7

6.

West Carroll

18-0

91

4

7.

Middle Tennessee Christian

17-2

61

6

8.

Community

12-6

58

8

9.

North Greene

16-5

31

10

10.

Pickett Co.

14-6

22

NR

Others receiving 12 or more points: None

DIVISION II

Record

Points

Prev

1.

Brentwood Aca. (11)

15-1

137

2

2.

Baylor (2)

12-1

116

3

3.

Knoxville Webb

16-4

112

1

4.

FRA

16-2

92

4

5.

Northpoint

12-2

90

5

6.

Briarcrest

12-4

74

6

7.

Harpeth Hall

13-4

60

7

8.

Ensworth

8-4

28

9

9.

USJ

13-4

22

8

10.

USN

11-4

22

10

Others receiving 12 or more points: None

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All Associated Press members in Tennessee are eligible to participate in the high school basketball poll. Those who voted for this week’s poll are: Tennessee Prep Hoops; Chattanooga Times Free Press; Cleveland Daily Banner; Cookeville Herald-Citizen; State Gazette (Dyersburg); The Greeneville Sun; The Jackson Sun; Johnson City Press; The Knoxville News Sentinel; Marshall County Tribune (Lewisburg); The Tomahawk (Mountain City); The Commercial Appeal (Memphis); Citizen Tribune (Morristown); The Daily News Journal (Murfreesboro); The Tennessean (Nashville); The Mountain Press (Sevierville); Union City Daily Messenger; WCMT, Martin

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