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JACKSON, Miss. (WCBI/AP) –  Here are Mississippi’s top high school football teams in each class as selected by a panel of Associated Press state sports writers.end zone ribbon

Class Overall
School                           W-L     Pts  Prv
1. South Panola (15)            (10-1)  150  1
2. Brandon                      (9-1)   131  2
3. Oxford                       (10-0)  106  3
4. Oak Grove                    (9-1)   96   4
5. Louisville                   (11-0)  73   5
6. Tupelo                       (9-1)   64   6
7. Petal                        (8-2)   55   7
8. Pascagoula                   (9-1)   43   8
9. Pearl                        (8-2)   25   9
10. Wayne County                 (8-2)   18   10
Others receiving votes: Bassfield 12, Grenada 10, St. Stanislaus 8, Picayune 5, Corinth 5, Laurel 5, Callaway 3, Madison Central 3, Hazlehurst 3, Gulfport 2, Meridian 2, Jackson Aca. 2, Jackson Prep 1, West Jones 1, J.F. Kennedy 1, D’Iberville 1.

Class 6A
School                           W-L     Pts  Prv
1. South Panola (15)            (10-1)  150  1
2. Brandon                      (9-1)   134  2
3. Oak Grove                    (9-1)   119  3
4. Tupelo                       (9-1)   96   4
5. Petal                        (8-2)   89   5
Others receiving votes: Grenada 6, Madison Central 6.

Class 5A
School                           W-L     Pts  Prv
1. Oxford (14)                  (10-0)  149  1
2. Pascagoula                   (9-1)   119  2
3. Pearl                        (8-2)   111  3
4. Wayne County                 (8-2)   86   4
5. Callaway (1)                 (11-0)  61   5
Others receiving votes: Picayune 47, Laurel 20, West Jones 7.

Class 4A
School                           W-L     Pts  Prv
1. St. Stanislaus (15)          (10-0)  150  1
2. Corinth                      (10-1)  129  2
3. Ripley                       (10-1)  106  3
4. Greenwood                    (9-1)   99   4
5. Rosa Fort                    (9-1)   67   5
Others receiving votes: Noxubee County 22, Yazoo City 13, Forrest Co. AHS 8, Quitman 6.

Class 3A
School                           W-L     Pts  Prv
1. Louisville (15)              (11-0)  150  1
2. Hazlehurst                   (10-1)  131  2
3. Philadelphia                 (10-1)  116  3
4. Charleston                   (9-1)   108  4
5. Water Valley                 (10-1)  95   5
Others receiving votes: None.

Class 2A
School                           W-L     Pts  Prv
1. Bassfield (14)               (10-1)  149  1
2. Lake (1)                     (10-0)  134  2
3. Taylorsville                 (9-2)   103  4
4. East Marion                  (9-2)   78   3
5. H. W. Byers                  (10-0)  60   NR
Others receiving votes: Calhoun City 56, Leake County  20.

Class 1A
School                           W-L     Pts  Prv
1. Stringer (13)                (9-1)   147  2
2. Bogue Chitto (1)             (9-1)   125  1
3. Pelahatchie                  (8-2)   90   4
4. J.F. Kennedy (1)             (8-2)   58   NR
5. Noxapater                    (7-3)   52   5
Others receiving votes: Coffeeville 50, Lumberton 50, Salem 12, Broad Street 9, Hamilton 7.

Class Private Schools
School                           W-L     Pts  Prv
1. Jackson Aca. (14)            (8-2)   140  1
2. Jackson Prep                 (9-2)   126  2
3. Madison-Ridgeland Aca.       (7-3)   105  3
4. Simpson Aca. (1)             (10-1)  87   4
5. Lamar School                 (9-2)   64   5
Others receiving votes: Magnolia Heights 29, Centreville Aca. 14, Trinity Episcopal 13, Indianola Aca. 8, Sylva-Bay Aca. 8, Tri-County Aca. 6.

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: Boswell Media, Kosciusko; The Commercial Dispatch, Columbus; Laurel Chronicle, Laurel; Bolivar Commercial, Cleveland; The Sun-Herald, Biloxi-Gulfport; Hattiesburg American, Hattiesburg; The Clarion-Ledger, Jackson; Picayune Item, Picayune; Starkville Daily News, Starkville; Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal, Tupelo; The Vicksburg Post, Vicksburg; WCBI-TV, Columbus; WTVA-TV, Tupelo; The Commercial Appeal, Desoto; WDBD, Jackson.

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  • LaTorya Jackson

    I love the way Noxubee played Friday nite

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