Midstate football Top 10: Small schools

Midstate football Top 10: Small schools

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Midstate football Top 10: Small schools

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A look at the top small high-school football teams in Middle Tennessee, as ranked by the USA Today Sports Network for Middle Tennessee.

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Small schools consist of teams from Class 1A, Class 2A, Class 3A and Division II-A.

1. Stratford (6-0): Behind Memphis commitment T.J. Carter, the Spartans posted their most impressive win Friday, a 28-21 victory over previously-unbeaten Marshall County. Last week: 1. This week: Friday at Christ Presbyterian Academy.

2. Watertown (6-0): For the second consecutive season, the Region 4-2A title should be determined when the Purple Tigers — who are averaging 45.9 points per game — face Forrest on Friday. Last week: 2. This week: Friday at Forrest.

3. Fairview (5-0): The Yellow Jackets face four teams who already have four wins over their final five contests. Last week: 5. This week: Friday vs. Cheatham County. 

4. Waverly (5-1): The Tigers have scored 30 points or more four times this season. Last week: 6. This week: Friday vs. Lewis County.

5. Christ Presbyterian Academy (1-4): The Lions have been outscored 161-7 in their four losses, all of which have come to schools in larger classifications. Last week: 3. This week: vs. Stratford.

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6. Nashville Christian (4-2): Coming off their lowest offensive production so far this season, the Eagles should handle Clay County before ending the regular season against three of the top four teams in Region 5-1A. Last week: 4. This week: Friday at Clay County.

7. Wayne County (5-0): The Wildcats’ next two opponents have a combined record of 1-9, but they’ll face McEwen — which is unbeaten as well — in Week 9. Last week: 7. This week: at Perry County

8. Forrest (6-0): The Rockets have outscored their last two opponents by a combined 85-7. Last week: 10. This week: vs. Watertown.

9. Donelson Christian Academy (5-1): Despite piling up more than 400 yards of offense, the Wildcats suffered their first loss last Friday at the hands of one-loss Christian Academy of Knoxville. Last week: 8. This week: Friday at Knox Webb.

10. East Nashville (2-4): The Eagles, who lost to Class 5A Hendersonville last Friday, have faced opponents with a combined record of 26-10 to this point. Last week: 9. This week: Friday at Whites Creek.

Reach Craig Harris at 615-259-8238 and on Twitter @CHTennessean. 

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