Tennessee Baseball Report Polls

Tuesday, April 15, 2014 - by Special to Chattanoogan.com

The latest Tennessee Baseball Report baseball polls (Top 10 in each classification):

Class A

(Through games of April 13)

Jackson Christian        21-6

Summertown              18-1

Halls                          17-2

Goodpasture               16-5

North Greene              17-3

Forrest                        16-6

Peabody                      13-3

Huntland                     15-5

Nash. Christian            13-4

Rockwood                    12-3

Editor's note: Boyd-Buchanan is ranked No. 3 in East Tennessee)

Class AA

CAK                            20-4

Knox Catholic              16-5

Pigeon Forge               17-6

Creek Wood                16-6

Covington                    16-9

Unicoi County              14-2

Milan                           16-5

Dyersburg                    16-7

White House                18-7

CPA                             14-7

Class AAA

Dyer County                21-4

Dobyns-Bennett          18-2

Collierville                 19-6

Hardin Valley              17-3

Arlington                     20-2

Bartlett                        20-4

Siegel                          19-3

Columbia                     17-3

Clarksville                   18-4

Cookeville                   16-2

(E-mail Larry Fleming at larryfleming44@gmail.com)

 


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