Resurrection holds on to No. 1 spot on AP’s high school football poll

October 7, 2015 in Sports

No. 1 Resurrection is 5-0 so far this season and will face Stringer on the road Friday night..(AP File/Chip English)

No. 1 Resurrection is 5-0 so far this season and will face Stringer on the road Friday night..(AP File/Chip English)

(AP) Undefeated Resurrection Catholic School remains atop the Mississippi Class 1A poll. The Eagles will be on the road this week when they face Stringer Friday night.

Check out the Magnolia State’s other top high school football teams in each class as selected by a panel of Associated Press state sports writers.

Class Overall
School W-L Pts Prv
1. South Panola (16) (6-0) 160 1
2. Starkville (5-1) 141 2
3. Brandon (6-1) 122 3
4. Hattiesburg (6-1) 88 5
5. Oxford (4-2) 85 4
6. Oak Grove (6-1) 82 6
7. Clinton (4-2) 52 10
8. Wayne County (4-2) 50 7
9. Madison Central (4-3) 28 8
10. Lafayette (6-1) 26 9

Others receiving votes: Collins 9, Ocean Springs 7, Warren Central 6, St. Martin 6, Simmons 5, South Jones 3, Gulfport 3, Laurel 2, Pearl River Central 2, Bassfield 1, Meridian 1, Resurrection Catholic 1.

Class 6A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. South Panola (15) (6-0) 150 1
2. Starkville (5-1) 132 2
3. Brandon (6-1) 119 3
4. Oak Grove (6-1) 86 5
5. Clinton (4-2) 54 4

Others receiving votes: St. Martin 20, Warren Central 12, Hernando 8, Ocean Springs 7, Columbus 6, Gulfport 6.

Class 5A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Hattiesburg (11) (6-1) 144 1
2. Oxford (4) (4-2) 126 2
3. Wayne County (4-2) 103 3
4. Laurel (3-3) 83 4
5. West Point (4-2) 69 5

Others receiving votes: South Jones 24, Pearl River Central 23, Holmes County Central 16, Grenada 12.

Class 4A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Lafayette (11) (6-1) 144 1
2. Rosa Fort (3) (6-0) 135 2
3. Houston (6-1) 92 5
4. Greenwood (1) (5-1) 90 4
5. Noxubee County (3-4) 33 NR

Others receiving votes: Lawrence County 32, Itawamba 20, Louisville 16, St. Stanislaus 14, McComb 12, Mendenhall 6, Senatobia 6.

Class 3A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Collins (14) (6-1) 149 1
2. Tylertown (1) (6-0) 133 2
3. West Marion (7-0) 120 3
4. Hazlehurst (6-0) 100 4
5. Charleston (5-2) 56 5

Others receiving votes: Kossuth 24, Forest 12, Aberdeen 6.

Class 2A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Lake (10) (6-0) 139 2
2. Bassfield (5) (5-2) 124 3
3. Calhoun City (4-3) 101 5
4. Eupora (6-1) 93 4
5. East Webster (6-1) 79 1

Others receiving votes: Winona 26, Puckett 19, Bay Springs 12, O’Bannon 7.

Class 1A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Resurrection Catholic (11) (5-0) 146 1
2. Simmons (4) (5-0) 139 2
3. Smithville (6-1) 120 3
4. Shaw (4-3) 83 4
5. Noxapater (5-2) 61 NR

Others receiving votes: West Lowndes 19, Coffeeville 14, Nanih Waiya 12, Stringer 6.

Class Private Schools
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Jackson Prep (15) (7-0) 150 1
2. Madison-Ridgeland Aca. (5-2) 122 3
3. Cathedral (6-1) 107 2
4. Lamar School (5-2) 84 4
5. Starkville Aca. (6-1) 55 5

Others receiving votes: Oak Forest , La. 24, Washington School 17, Adams Christian 8, Indianola Aca. 7, Oak Hill Aca. 7, Prentiss Christian 7, St. Joseph, Greenville 6, Tri-County Aca. 6.

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All Associated Press members in Mississippi are eligible to participate in the high school football poll. Those who voted for this week’s poll are: The Commercial Dispatch, Columbus; Delta Democrat-Times, Greenville; The Sun-Herald, Biloxi-Gulfport; Hattiesburg American, Hattiesburg; Impact Of Hattiesburg, Hattiesburg; The Clarion-Ledger, Jackson; Enterprise-Journal, Mc Comb; The Meridian Star, Meridian; The Oxford Eagle, Oxford; Mississippi Press-Register, Pascagoula; Starkville Daily News, Starkville; Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, Tupelo; The Vicksburg Post, Vicksburg; WCBI-TV, Columbus; First Natchez Media Group, Natchez; WTVA-TV, Tupelo.