Signal Mountain Ranked No. 6 In Class 4A Poll

Friday, July 25, 2014 - by special report to chattanoogan.com

Signal Mountain's Eagles have been ranked No. 6 in Murphy Fair's Class 4A preseason high school football poll.

The poll was recently announced in Fair's Tennessee High School Football magazine.

Despite heavy graduation losses, the Falcons of Fulton High School in Knoxville are still the solid choice of 4A coaches to again repeat as state champions in their classification. Fulton collected 22 of the 28 votes cast in this classification.

Here’s how 4A coaches across the state ranked teams in their classification:

1. Fulton
2. Greeneville
3. Giles County
4. Knoxville Catholic
5. Trezevant
6. Liberty (tie)
6. Signal Mountain (tie)
8. Sullivan South
9. Dyersburg (tie)
9. Pearl Cohn (tie) 

Tomorrow: Coaches 5A poll


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