Herald-News top 10

1. Bolingbrook (5-0)

Could lose top spot against Lincoln-Way East?

2. Lincoln-Way East (5-0)

Sean Doherty’s pick gets ’em started.

3. Providence (4-1)

Tony Petta’s tackle saves the day.

4. Joliet Catholic (3-2)

Almost came out on top at Marist.

5. Lemont (5-0)

Joe Hehir’s FG upends Oak Forest.

6. Morris (5-0)

Collin Grogan scores, tackles, nets a sack.

7. Plainfield North (4-1)

RB Jay Roberts: 154 yards, two TDs.

8. Wilmington (4-1)

Alex Zlomie returns a pass 45 yards for a TD.

9. Coal City (4-1)

Ryland Tondini’s 78 yards rushing isn’t enough.

10. Minooka (2-3)

Indians win two in a row.

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