AP Illinois football rankings

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With record, points and last week’s ranking

Class 8A

1. Stevenson (8) (9-0) 106 1

2. Glenbard West (2) (9-0) 100 2

3. Maine South (9-0) 87 3

4. Edwardsville (1) (8-1) 77 5

5. Homewood-Flossmoor (7-2) 43 7

6. Loyola (7-2) 36 4

7. Hinsdale Central (7-2) 31 8

8. Waubonsie Valley (8-1) 29 10

9. Brother Rice (6-3) 26 9

10. Oswego (8-1) 22 NR

Others receiving votes: Naperville Central 17, New Trier 10, Simeon 7, Barrington 7, Oak Park-River Forest 4, Warren 3.

Class 7A

1. Cary-Grove (7) (9-0) 106 1

2. Providence (4) (8-1) 98 2

3. Lincoln-Way East (8-1) 87 3

4. Batavia (8-1) 77 4

5. Hononegah (8-1) 57 5

6. Addison Trail (8-1) 45 7

7. St. Rita (6-3) 41 6

8. Geneva (8-1) 38 8

9. Mount Carmel (5-4) 25 NR

10. Highland Park (9-0) 13 9

Others receiving votes: Belleville West 8, Wheaton Warrenville South 3, Carmel 2, Normal 2, Bradley-Bourbonnais 2, Rockford Auburn 1.

Class 6A

1. Nazareth (9) (9-0) 126 2

2. Peoria Notre Dame (4) (9-0) 118 3

3. Richards (8-1) 98 4

4. Lemont (9-0) 78 6

5. Belvidere North (8-1) 70 7

6. Lincoln-Way West (8-1) 57 8

7. DeKalb (8-1) 47 5

8. Lakes (8-1) 46 9

9. East St. Louis (5-4) 34 10

10. St. Francis (7-2) 10 NR

(tie) Normal West (7-2) 10 NR

Others receiving votes: Champaign Centennial 5, Lake Forest 4, Chatham Glenwood 3, Glenbard South 3, Yorkville 2, Richwoods 2, Crystal Lake Central 2.

Class 5A

1. Sacred Heart-Griffin (13) (9-0) 130 1

2. Geneseo (9-0) 109 1

3. Joliet Catholic (7-2) 101 2

4. Highland (8-1) 81 3

5. Normal U-High (9-0) 75 4

6. Metamora (8-1) 64 5

7. Montini (6-3) 55 7

8. Peoria Central (8-1) 50 6

9. Mahomet-Seymour (7-2) 20 9

10. Taylorville (8-1) 7 NR

(tie) Washington, Ill. (7-2) 7 NR

Others receiving votes: Marion 6, Champaign Central 4, Decatur MacArthur 2, Woodstock Marian 1, Triad 1, St. Viator 1, Morris 1.

Class 4A

1. Rockford Lutheran (10) (9-0) 135 1

2. Phillips (2) (8-1) 115 3

3. Rochester (2) (7-2) 111 2

4. Greenville (9-0) 94 4

5. St. Edward (9-0) 55 8

6. Carterville (9-0) 46 9

(tie) Manteno (8-1) 46 5

8. Bishop McNamara (6-3) 45 10

9. Herrin (8-1) 42 7

10. Quincy Notre Dame (7-2) 39 6

Others receiving votes: Columbia 26, Johnsburg 5, Althoff 5, Canton 3, Dixon 2, Alleman 1.

Class 3A

1. Sterling Newman (9) (9-0) 128 1 (2A)

2. Wilmington (2) (9-0) 120 2

3. Williamsville (2) (9-0) 113 1

4. Tolono Unity (1) (8-1) 106 3

5. St. Joseph-Ogden (8-1) 90 4

6. Carlinville (8-1) 66 5

7. Mt. Carmel, Ill. (7-2) 43 7

8. Nashville (7-2) 23 6

(tie) Robinson (8-1) 23 9

10. Sullivan-Okaw Valley (8-1) 20 8

Others receiving votes: Decatur St. Teresa 11, Monticello 8, Elmwood-Brimfield 7, St. Bede 4, Erie-Prophetstown 3, New Berlin-Franklin 2, Harper 2, Aurora Christian 1.

Class 2A

1. Rockridge (8) (8-1) 124 3

2. Eastland-Pearl City (5) (9-0) 120 2

3. Fieldcrest (9-0) 98 5

4. Clifton Central (8-1) 93 6

5. Momence (8-1) 60 4

6. Mercer County (7-2) 49 9

(tie)Maroa-Forsyth (6-3) 49 8

8. El Paso-Gridley (8-1) 39 10

9. Lawrenceville (8-1) 24 NR

10. Hall (7-2) 15 NR

Others receiving votes: Uplift 8, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 7, Johnston City 6, Downs Tri-Valley 6, Tuscola 6, Hales 4, Chester 3, Orion 2, Shelbyville 1, Villa Grove 1.

Class 1A

1. Stark County (10) (9-0) 123 2

2. Carrollton (1) (9-0) 108 3

3. Abingdon (1) (9-0) 103 4

4. Forreston (1) (8-1) 87 1

5. Arcola (9-0) 58 7

6. Casey-Westfield (8-1) 52 5

7. Camp Point Central (8-1) 49 6

8. Bismarck-Henning (8-1) 43 7 (2A)

9. Rockford Christian Life (9-0) 32 9

10. Aquin (7-2) 24 10

Others receiving votes: Galena 10, Stockton 7, Polo 5, Milford 5, Arthur-Lovington 3, Tri-County 2, Hope Academy 2, North Greene 1, Pawnee 1.

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