Associated Press Illinois rankings

SHARE Associated Press Illinois rankings
tst.0958.175471.78fcc49abeedc03e2305c5667c13c4a4_630x420.jpg

Class 8A W-L Pts Prv

1. Bolingbrook (10) (2-0) 118 1

2. Maine South (2) (2-0) 107 3

3. Mount Carmel (2-0) 90 4

4. O’Fallon (2-0) 73 5

5. Marist (2-0) 69 6

6. Loyola (1-1) 63 2

7. Hinsdale Central (2-0) 35 T8

8. St. Rita (1-1) 26 10

9. Simeon (1-1) 24 T8

10. Homewood-Flossmoor (2-0) 21 NR

Others receiving votes: Palatine 12, Neuqua Valley 10, Waubonsie Valley 4, Belleville East 4, Stevenson 3, Harlem 1.

Class 7A W-L Pts Prv

1. Glenbard West (9) (2-0) 115 1

2. Lincoln-Way East (1) (2-0) 105 2

3. Rockford Boylan (2) (2-0) 93 3

4. Providence (2-0) 78 7

5. Wheaton North (2-0) 76 4

6. Batavia (2-0) 55 9

7. Elk Grove (2-0) 35 10

8. WW South (0-2) 30 5

9. Cary-Grove (2-0) 29 NR

10. East St. Louis (0-2) 28 6

Others receiving votes: Libertyville 10, Lake Zurich 3, Rolling Meadows 2, De La Salle 1.

Class 6A W-L Pts Prv

1. Crete-Monee (10) (2-0) 125 1

2. Lemont (2-0) 107 3

3. Prairie Ridge (2-0) 86 4

4. Chatham Glenwood (2) (2-0) 83 6

5. Sacred Heart-Griffin (2-0) 72 5

6. Kaneland (2-0) 57 7

7. Nazareth (1) (2-0) 53 9

8. Normal West (2-0) 49 8

9. Richwoods (1-1) 36 2

10. Bloomington (2-0) 23 T10

Others receiving votes: Oak Lawn Richards 8, Lakes Community 6, St. Francis 5, Rock Island 3, Springfield 2.

Class 5A W-L Pts Prv

1. Morris (7) (2-0) 129 2

2. Montini (5) (1-1) 120 1

3. Joliet Catholic (1) (1-1) 109 3

4. Marian Central (2-0) 86 5

5. Washington (2-0) 79 9

6. Sterling (2-0) 76 4

7. Normal University (2-0) 55 7

8. Belvidere (2-0) 45 8

9. Charleston (1) (2-0) 33 NR

10. Jacksonville (1-1) 15 10

Others receiving votes: Marion 10, Sycamore 5, Geneseo 4, Evergreen Park 2, Metamora 1, Tinley Park 1.

Class 4A W-L Pts Prv

1. Rock Island Alleman (12) (2-0) 137 2

2. Rochester (1) (1-1) 109 1

3. Breese Mater Dei (2-0) 105 4

4. Bishop McNamara (1) (2-0) 104 5

5. Coal City (2-0) 82 T6

6. Monticello (2-0) 61 8

7. Greenville (2-0) 41 9

8. Richmond-Burton (1-1) 38 3

9. Quincy Notre Dame (1-1) 35 10

10. Immaculate Conception (2-0) 22 NR

Others receiving votes: Manteno 10, Macomb 8, Stillman Valley 8, Columbia 6, Peoria Notre Dame 2, North Chicago 1, Plano 1.

Class 3A W-L Pts Prv

1. Aurora Christian (13) (2-0) 130 1

2. Tolono Unity (2-0) 112 2

3. Sterling Newman (2-0) 103 3

4. Williamsville (2-0) 86 4

5. Elmwood-Brimfield (2-0) 67 T6

6. St. Joseph-Ogden (2-0) 57 T6

7. Winnebago (2-0) 50 10

8. Staunton (2-0) 44 8

9. Wilmington (1-1) 32 9

10. Althoff Catholic (1-1) 16 5

Others receiving votes: Anna-Jonesboro 13, Pleasant Plains 2, North-Mac 2, Auburn 1.

Class 2A W-L Pts Prv

1. Mercer County (10) (2-0) 134 2

2. Momence (1) (2-0) 111 4

3. Morrison (1) (1-1) 103 1

4. Casey-Westfield (1) (2-0) 95 5

5. Rockridge (1) (2-0) 81 6

6. Maroa-Forsyth (1-1) 68 3

7. Carlinville (2-0) 58 7

8. Downs Tri-Valley (2-0) 42 8

9. Clifton Central (2-0) 29 NR

10. Camp Point Central (2-0) 18 10

Others receiving votes: Bismarck-Henning 11, Watseka 8, Cerro Gordo-Bement Co-op 7, Carthage 3, Beardstown 2.

Class 1A W-L Pts Prv

1. Stockton (10) (2-0) 132 1

2. Lena-Winslow (1) (2-0) 121 2

3. Triopia (3) (2-0) 113 3

4. Forreston (2-0) 99 4

5. Stark County (2-0) 85 5

6. Moweaqua Central A&M (2-0) 68 8

7. Aquin (2-0) 50 9

8. Jamaica (2-0) 42 10

9. LeRoy (2-0) 18 NR

10. Milford (2-0) 16 NR

Others receiving votes: Dakota 11, South Beloit 5, East Dubuque 4, Monmouth United 3, Hales 2, Mooseheart 1.

The Latest
In an expansion of its Chicago operations, the company is leasing space from developer Sterling Bay.
The Obama Foundation reported on its new IRS 990 that in 2021, the foundation collected $159.6 million, down from $171 million in 2020.
Students from multiple city schools got together to create a mosaic of the Ukrainian flag — created with nearly 5,000 cereal boxes — to break a world record.
University of Oregon President Michael Schill will replace former president-elect Rebecca Blank, who stepped down after learning of a cancer diagnosis.
Bears coach Matt Eberflus has continued to call his injury “day-to-day” and reiterated Thursday that he should be back soon.