Monday, August 17, 2009

Pre-Season Kentucky High School Football Rankings

by Jeff Fisher
Kentucky High School Football Huddle

The regular season begins Friday and Saturday, and while this is 2009 and not 2008, coaches around the Bluegrass State don't think that much has changed as all six defending state champs were football #1 in the Pre-Season Coaches' Poll according to the Lexington Herald-Leader and Kentucky.com.

The big question is...can the Trinity Shamrocks match Boyle County as the ONLY Kentucky team to ever win five straight high school football titles? Boyle County did it from 1999-2003.

In 5A, Highlands is going after a three-peat, as is Fort Campbell in 2A and Beechwood in Class A.

Here are the rankings in all six classifications with 2008 records:

CLASS 6A
1. Trinity (14-1)
2. St. Xavier (12-1)
3. Simon Kenton (10-5)
4. Boone County (9-4):
5. Male (9-5)
6. Henry Clay (6-5)
7. Manual (10-3)
8. Scott County (10-3)
9. Lafayette (7-4)
10. Bryan Station (6-5)

CLASS 5A
1. Highlands (14-1)
2. Owensboro (11-2)
3. Christian County (13-2)
4. John Hardin (12-2)
5. Bowling Green (9-3)
6. Johnson Central (11-2)
7. Whitley County (12-2)
8. Anderson County (7-5)
9. Pulaski County (8-4)
10. Dixie Heights (4-7)

CLASS 4A
1. Bell County (15-0)
2. Boyle County (13-1)
3. Lexington Catholic (8-5)
4. Bullitt East (9-6)
5. Calloway County (11-3)
6. Knox Central (9-4)
7. Western (3-9)
8. Marion County (9-3)
9. Fairdale (6-5)
10. Rockcastle County (8-4)

CLASS 3A
1. Central (11-3)
2. Breathitt County (12-3)
3. Belfry (13-1)
4. Elizabethtown (10-3)
5. Mason County (9-3)
6. Sheldon Clark (10-3)
7. Union County (8-6)
8. Russell (7-5)
9. Paducah Tilghman (2-8)
10. Garrard County (4-7)

CLASS 2A
1. Fort Campbell (14-1)
2. Newport Cent. Catholic (13-2)
3. Corbin (13-1)
4. Danville (8-4)
5. DeSales (10-3)
6. Murray (8-4)
7. Prestonsburg (11-2)
8. Green County (10-3)
9. Bardstown (4-8)
10. Middlesboro (8-4)

CLASS A
1. Beechwood (14-1)
2. Lexington Christian (10-4)
3. Frankfort (11-2)
4. Mayfield (7-6)
5. Raceland (12-1)
6. Hazard (11-4)
7. Bellevue (7-4)
8. Williamsburg (10-2)
9. Lou. Holy Cross (7-5)
10. Pikeville (7-6)

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