Simeon tops AP Poll

Simeon falls one vote short of being the unanimous preseason #1 team. Someone voted for Thornwood…


1. Simeon (13) 233

2. St. Joseph 187

3. Marshall 161

4. Peoria Richwoods 148

5. Thornwood (1) 147

6. Lincoln Park 131

7. Loyola 119

8. Washington 103

9. West Aurora 101

10. Decatur Eisenhower 98

11. Crane 58

12. Homewood-Flossmoor 49

13. Warren 40

14. Bloom 33

15. (tie) Thornton 31

15. Von Steuben 31

Others receiving votes: Champaign Central, Alton, Bloomington, Rockford

Boylan, East Moline United Township, Edwardsville, Schaumburg, T.F. North,

Proviso East, Lincoln, Hales Franciscan, East St. Louis, Leo, Rock Falls,

Young, Peoria Manual, T.F. South, Farragut, Carbondale, Bloomington,

Hillcrest, Lockport, Batavia.

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