AP Illinois football rankings

Class 8A

With record, points and previous ranking

1 Stevenson (13) (4-0) 146 1

2. Glenbard West (4-0) 129 2

3. Maine South (4-0) 115 3

4. Edwardsville (2) (3-1) 96 4

5. Homewood-Flossmoor (3-1) 88 5

6. Waubonsie Valley (4-0) 70 6

7. Oak Park-River Forest (4-0) 69 7

8. Loyola (3-1) 36 8

9. Bolingbrook (3-1) 31 9

10. Brother Rice (3-1) 23 10

Others receiving votes: Barrington 9, Naperville Central 5, Simeon 3, New Trier 2, Benet 1, Oswego 1, Belleville East 1.

Class 7A

1. Cary-Grove (9) (4-0) 141 1

2. Providence (6) (4-0) 139 2

3. St. Rita (4-0) 124 3

4. Lincoln-Way East (3-1) 94 4

5. Geneva (4-0) 90 5

6. Batavia (3-1) 63 7

7. Addison Trail (4-0) 55 8

8. Mount Carmel (1-3) 50 6

9. Hononegah (4-0) 42 9

10. WW South (1-3) 7 NR

Others receiving votes: Quincy 5, Lincoln-Way Central 4, Belleville West 3, Lake Zurich 3, Libertyville 2, Plainfield East 2, Highland Park 1.

Class 6A

1. Sacred Heart-Griffin (17) (4-0) 170 1

2. Nazareth (4-0) 149 2

3. Richards (3-1) 122 3

4. Peoria Notre Dame (4-0) 101 5

5. Champaign Centennial (4-0) 96 4

6. Belvidere North (3-1) 65 7

7. East St. Louis (1-3) 55 8

8. Lincoln-Way West (4-0) 53 9

9. Lake Forest (3-1) 43 6

10. Lakes (4-0) 33 10

Others receiving votes: Lincoln Way North 17, DeKalb 12, Yorkville 7, Lemont 5, Rich Central 4, Wauconda 2, Richwoods 1.

Class 5A

1. Joliet Catholic (15) (3-1) 171 1

2. Montini (2) (2-2) 145 4

2. (tie) Geneseo (1) (4-0) 145 3

4. Highland (3-1) 109 6

5. Normal U-High (4-0) 96 7

6. Marian Central (3-1) 78 5

7. Waterloo (4-0) 51 10

8. Metamora (3-1) 40 NR

9. Washington, Ill. (3-1) 36 2

10. Centralia (4-0) 28 NR

Others receiving votes: Peoria Central 23, Sycamore 18, Decatur MacArthur 11, Mahomet-Seymour 8, Taylorville 7, Wheaton Academy 7, Triad 5, Champaign Central 5, Morris 3, Sterling 2, Rich East 2,

Class 4A

1. Rochester (16) (4-0) 169 1

2. Rockford Lutheran (1) (4-0) 143 2

3. Phillips (3-1) 132 3

4. Greenville (4-0) 104 4

5. Bishop McNamara (3-1) 93 6

6. Althoff Catholic (3-1) 90 5

7. Manteno (4-0) 58 7

8. Quincy Notre Dame (3-1) 38 10

9. Columbia (3-1) 36 8

10. Herrin (3-1) 30 9

10. (tie)St. Edward (4-0) 30 NR

Others receiving votes: Carterville 8, Aurora Central Catholic 6, Breese Mater Dei 6, Coal City 4, Richmond-Burton 3, Mt. Zion 2, Freeburg 2, Dixon 1, Alleman 1.

Class 3A

1. St. Joseph-Ogden (16) (4-0) 160 1

2. Williamsville (4-0) 137 3

3. Wilmington (4-0) 130 4

4. Aurora Christian (4-0) 112 5

5. Tolono Unity (3-1) 73 2

6. Monticello (3-1) 55 NR

7. Leo (3-1) 43 8

7. tie)Elmwood-Brimfield (3-1) 43 7

9. Nashville (4-0) 42 9

10. Erie-Prophetstown (3-1) 29 10

Others receiving votes: Mt. Carmel, Ill. 21, New Berlin-Franklin 15, Carlinville 10, Fairfield 5, Decatur St. Teresa 4, Sullivan Okaw Valley 1.

Class 2A

1. Sterling Newman (17) (4-0) 179 1

2. Momence (1) (4-0) 146 2

3. Rockridge (3-1) 139 3

4. Eastland-Pearl City (4-0) 123 4

5. Mercer County (3-1) 94 5

6. Maroa-Forsyth (3-1) 92 6

7. Fieldcrest (4-0) 85 8

8. Auburn (3-1) 52 9

9. El Paso-Gridley (4-0) 17 NR

10. Wethersfield (3-1) 14 7

Others receiving votes: Villa Grove 12, Tuscola 6, Lawrenceville 6, Illini West (Carthage) 6, Bismarck-Henning 5, Clifton Central 4, Orion 3, Hall 3, Downs Tri-Valley 2, Athens 1, Robeson 1.

Class 1A

1. Lena-Winslow (15) (4-0) 159 1

2. Forreston (1) (4-0) 144 2

3. Casey-Westfield (4-0) 116 3

4. Camp Point Central (4-0) 101 4

5. Carrollton (4-0) 93 5

6. Stark County (4-0) 80 6

7. Polo (4-0) 64 7

8. Stockton (3-1) 41 9

9. Aquin (3-1) 26 10

10. Milford (4-0) 23 NR

Others receiving votes: Abingdon 18, Arthur-Lovington 7, Arcola 5, North Greene 1, Rockford Christian Life 1, Greenfield-Northwestern 1.

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