AP football rankings

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Class 8A

1. Loyola (1-0)

2. Stevenson (1-0)

3. (Tie) Homewood-Flossmoor (1-0)

3. Edwardsville (1-0)

5. Glenbard West (1-0)

6. Maine South (1-0)

7. Hinsdale Central (1-0)

8. Waubonsie Valley (1-0)

9. Oak Park-River Forest (1-0)

10. Naperville North (1-0)

Class 7A

1. Cary-Grove (1-0)

2. Mount Carmel (0-1)

3. Lake Zurich (1-0)

4. St. Rita (1-0)

5. Lincoln-Way East (0-1)

6. Providence (1-0)

7. WW South (0-1)

8. Batavia (0-1)

9. Geneva (1-0)

10. Quincy (1-0)

Class 6A

1. Sacred Heart-Griffin (1-0)

2. Oak Lawn Richards (1-0)

3. Boylan (1-0)

4. Nazareth (1-0)

5. East St. Louis (0-1)

6. Champaign Centennial ‡ (1-0)

7. Rock Island (1-0)

8. Belvidere North (1-0)

9. Crete-Monee (1-0)

10. Kaneland (1-0)

Class 5A

1. Montini (0-1)

2. (Tie) Joliet Catholic (0-1)

2. Highland (1-0)

4. Washington (1-0)

5. Geneseo (1-0)

6. Marian Central (1-0)

7. Normal U-High (1-0)

8. Metamora (1-0)

9. Sycamore (0-1)

10. Peoria Central (1-0)

Class 4A

1. Rochester (1-0)

2. Rockford Lutheran (1-0)

3. Phillips (1-0)

4. Althoff Catholic (1-0)

5. Bishop McNamara (1-0)

6. Coal City (1-0)

7. Columbia (1-0)

8. Greenville (1-0)

9. Rock Island Alleman (0-1)

10. Mt. Zion (1-0)

Class 3A

1. St. Joseph-Ogden (1-0)

2. Tolono Unity (1-0)

3. Williamsville (1-0)

4. Wilmington (1-0)

5. Elmwood-Brimfield (1-0)

6. Aurora Christian (1-0)

7. Mt. Carmel (1-0)

8. Monticello (1-0)

9. Carlinville (1-0)

10. Leo (1-0)

Class 2A

1. Sterling Newman (1-0)

2. Momence (1-0)

3. Maroa-Forsyth (1-0)

4. Rockridge (0-1)

5. Eastland-Pearl City ‡ (1-0)•‡ 83•‡ 7••‡

6. Mercer County ‡ (0-1)•‡ 57•‡ 2••‡

7. Bismarck-Henning ‡ (1-0)•‡ 47•‡ T8•‡

8. (Tie) Illini West-Carthage (1-0)

8. Clifton Central (1-0)

10. Auburn (0-1)

Class 1A

1. Lena-Winslow (1-0)

2. Stockton (1-0)

3. Forreston (1-0)

4. Casey-Westfield (1-0)

5. Camp Point Central (1-0)

6. Carrollton (1-0)

7. Stark County (1-0)

8. Aquin (1-0)

9. Greenfield-Northwestern (1-0)

10. Abingdon (1-0)

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