Signal Mountain Climbs To No. 2 Spot In Coaches' Wrestling Poll

Cleveland, Baylor Remain At No. 1 & 2 In Class AA/DII Poll

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

 TENNESSEE HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLING POLL

                                                                                                                                   

THIS IS THE FOURTH POLL OF THE SEASON. 

 

Now in its 29th year, The Poll is primarily a measure of dual meet strength with some consideration to individual tournament strength.   Votes are cast by a state-wide panel of high school wrestling coaches and are based on a maximum Power Ranking of 100%.

 

CLASS A STATE POLL:

 

RANK

SCHOOL

POWER

RANKING

LAST WEEK

1

GREENVILLE

99

1

2

SIGNAL MOUNTAIN

86

2

3

FAIRVIEW

76

3

4

PAGE

58

4

5

TULLAHOMA

52

7

6

GIBBS

47

5

7

PIGEON FORGE

39

6

8

SYCAMORE

27

10

9

KNOXVILLE HALLS

23

8

10

HIXSON

16

9

 

Others receiving votes:  DAVID CROCKETT, STONE MEMORIAL, MUNFORD, EAGLEVILLE, SODDY DAISY

 

CLASS AA/DII STATE POLL:

 

RANK

SCHOOL

POWER

RANKING

LAST WEEK

1

CLEVELAND

115

1

2

BAYLOR

109

2

3

FATHER RYAN

101

4

4

WILSON CENTRAL

90

3

5

BRADLEY CENTRAL

79

5

6

SUMMIT

67

7

7

CHRISTIAN BROTHERS

62

6

8

BLACKMAN

49

8

9

OAKLAND

41

10

10

MBA

23

11

11

NOLENSVILLE

17

12

12

BRENTWOOD

10

10

 

Others receiving votes:  ARLINGTON, BRENTWOOD ACADEMY, DOBYNS-BENNETT,  LAKEWAY, ROSSVIEW, SCIENCE HILL




PHOTOS: Prep Volleyball Play Day

Future Lives Matter Youth Football Classic Looking For Teams

Coaches, We Need Your Fall Sports Schedules


The 36th annual Choo Choo Play Day was held Saturday at Ooltewah and Red Bank high schools. Teams at Ooltewah were Ooltewah, Bradley, CCS, Walker Valley, Davidson, Pats, Brainerd, and Soddy ... (click for more)

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Prep Sports

PHOTOS: Prep Volleyball Play Day

The 36th annual Choo Choo Play Day was held Saturday at Ooltewah and Red Bank high schools. Teams at Ooltewah were Ooltewah, Bradley, CCS, Walker Valley, Davidson, Pats, Brainerd, and Soddy Daisy. Teams at Red Bank were Red Bank, Livingston, Rhea, Grundy, Hixson, Sale Creek, Hazel Green, and CSLA. Photos are from Red Bank. (click for more)

Future Lives Matter Youth Football Classic Looking For Teams

The second annual Future Lives Matter Classic, hosted by the Chattanooga Ravens Youth Football and Cheerleading Association will be held August 6th and 7th. Last year approximately 40 teams coming from Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama participated. The Classic is for teams ages 5-12 Games will be played at Tyner High and the Washington Hills Recreation Center. Tto enter ... (click for more)

Breaking News

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The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved the $80 million Southside Stadium project. The action puts in motion the ability for a new city/county Sports Authority to convene and issue $80 million in bonds for the "community" facility on nine acres at the U.S. Pipe/Wheland Foundry site. Councilman Chip Henderson added several provisions that he said would add "transparency" ... (click for more)

CHA Planning 1,783 Housing Units At Re-Envisioned Westside

Officials of the Chattanooga Housing Authority said the plan to re-envision the Westside includes building 1,783 new housing units. Betsy McCright, CHA executive director, said the College Hill Courts and the Gateway Tower will be taken down, but she said residents in those 629 have been promised a spot in some of the new housing. She said the demolition will be in stages ... (click for more)

Opinion

Rest In Peace, Larry Wallace

Athens and Tennessee lost a great friend and a long-time public servant when Larry Wallace passed away Saturday afternoon. The 1962 McMinn County High School graduate started his lifetime law enforcement career with the Athens Police Department in 1964. He joined the Tennessee Highway Patrol in 1967 and was appointed as a special agent with the Tennessee Bureau of ... (click for more)

Election Day Observations - And Response

Congratulations to all the winners in Thursday's election. And also thanks to all who ran, it takes a lot of courage to enter the arena of politics. I didn't vote for Weston in the primary but I certainly did in the general election. I think he will do a wonderful job. Sabrena, I voted for you but I would imagine your career is over after one of the dumbest political stunts I ... (click for more)