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Jay Compton|Daily NewsMiddlesboro junior lineman Matt Schneider lays a big block on a Lexington Christian defender to help open up a big lane for senior receiver Austin Poindexter. Poindexter went 82 yards for a touchdown on the screen pass during the play. The Jackets (7-1) are ranked 6th in this week's Class 2A poll and will visit Somerset on Friday where a win will secure the team's first district championship since 2006.
Jay Compton|Daily NewsMiddlesboro junior lineman Matt Schneider lays a big block on a Lexington Christian defender to help open up a big lane for senior receiver Austin Poindexter. Poindexter went 82 yards for a touchdown on the screen pass during the play. The Jackets (7-1) are ranked 6th in this week's Class 2A poll and will visit Somerset on Friday where a win will secure the team's first district championship since 2006.
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — The top teams in the Kentucky Associated Press high school football polls:


Class 6A


1. Lou. Male 8-0


2. Scott Co. 8-0


3. Lou. Trinity 4-4


4. Simon Kenton 9-0


5. Lou. St. Xavier 5-4


6. Lou. DuPont Manual 6-2


7. Henderson Co. 7-1


8. Lex. Henry Clay 7-1


9. McCracken County 6-2


10. Central Hardin 7-1


Others receiving votes: Meade Co., Lou. Butler.


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Class 5A


1. Bowling Green 7-0


2. Pulaski Co. 9-0


3. Anderson Co. 7-1


4. John Hardin 6-2


5. Madison Southern 7-1


6. Franklin Co. 8-1


7. Conner 6-2


8. Scott 7-1


9. Harlan Co. 5-3


10. North Laurel 6-2


Others receiving votes:Bullitt East, Warren Central, Graves Co., South Oldham.


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Class 4A


1. Highlands 8-0


2. Boyle Co. 8-0


3. Johnson Central 8-0


4. Cov. Catholic 6-2


5. Lex. Catholic 5-3


6. Martha Layne Collins 6-2


7. Owensboro 6-2


8. Russell Co. 7-1


9. Knox Central 6-2


10. Ashland Blazer 7-2


Others receiving votes: North Oldham.


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Class 3A


1. Belfry 8-0


2. Wayne Co. 9-0


3. Bourbon Co. 8-0


4. South Warren 8-1


5. Lou. Central 5-3


6. Mason Co. 8-0


7. Bell Co. 5-3


8. Corbin 6-2


9. Elizabethtown 6-2


10. Paducah Tilghman 4-5


Others receiving votes: Lawrence Co., Pike Co. Central, Russell, Estill Co.


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Class 2A


1. Caldwell Co. 8-0


2. Lou. Christian Academy 9-0


3. Lou. DeSales 7-1


4. Owensboro Catholic 6-2


5. Glasgow 7-1


6. Middlesboro 7- 1


7. Newport Central Catholic 4-4


8. Union Co. 6-2


9. Bardstown 6-2


10. Murray 4-4


Others receiving votes: Betsy Layne, Danville, Somerset, Gallatin Co., Lloyd Memorial, Walton-Verona, Ballard Memorial.


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Class 1A


1. Mayfield 8-0


2. Russellville 8-0


3. Pikeville 7-1


4. Beechwood 5-3


5. Raceland 6-2


6. Fairview 7-1


7. Hazard 6-2


8. Frankfort 6-2


9. Paintsville 6-2


10. Williamsburg 5-2


Others receiving votes: Bethlehem, Pineville, Paris.


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All Associated Press members in Kentucky are eligible to participate in the high school football poll. Those who voted for this week’s poll are: Daily News, Bowling Green; Times-Tribune, Corbin; The Advocate-Messenger, Danville; The News-Enterprise, Elizabethtown; News-Graphic, Georgetown; The Gleaner, Henderson; Kentucky New Era, Hopkinsville; Lexington Herald-Leader, Lexington; The Courier-Journal, Louisville; The Mayfield Messenger, Mayfield; The Middlesboro Daily News, Middlesboro; Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer, Owensboro; Appalachian News Express, Pikeville; WKYX, Paducah; WSON, Henderson, WRUS, Russellville.

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