Week 7 Associated Press state football rankings

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Class 8A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Loyola (10) (6-0) 100 1

2. Brother Rice (6-0) 83 3

(tie) Homewood-Flossmoor (6-0) 83 2

4. Neuqua Valley (6-0) 58 5

5. Palatine (6-0) 55 4

6. Barrington (6-0) 38 8

7. Lincoln-Way East (5-1) 37 6

8. Lyons (6-0) 27 10

9. Oak Park (6-0) 24 9

10. Hinsdale Central (6-0) 20 NR

Others receiving votes: Edwardsville 12, Oswego 5, Stevenson 3, Marist 3, St. Charles East 2.

Class 7A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. East St. Louis (11) (6-0) 110 1

2. Bradley-Bourbonnais (6-0) 89 2

3. Fenwick (5-1) 82 3

4. St. Charles North (5-1) 62 5

5. Benet (5-1) 56 T8

6. Batavia (5-1) 53 6

7. Normal (5-1) 46 7

8. Rolling Meadows (6-0) 36 10

9. Mount Carmel (3-3) 33 4

10. Lake Zurich (5-1) 22 NR

Others receiving votes: Lincoln-Way West 6, St. Rita 3, Glenbrook North 3, Harlem 2, Highland Park 1, St. Patrick 1.

Class 6A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Sacred Heart-Griffin (Spr.field)(8) (6-0) 102 1

2. Prairie Ridge (3) (6-0) 93 2

3. Cary-Grove (5-1) 78 3

4. Lemont (5-1) 59 4

5. Rockford Boylan (6-0) 55 5

6. Danville (6-0) 44 6

7. St. Laurence (5-1) 41 8

8. Rockford Auburn (5-1) 35 7

9. DeKalb (5-1) 25 9

10. Crete-Monee (4-2) 12 NR

Others receiving votes: Antioch 8, Quincy 5, De La Salle 1, Montini 1, Rock Island 1.

Class 5A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Peoria Central (11) (6-0) 119 1

2. Sterling (1) (6-0) 106 2

3. Peoria Notre Dame (5-1) 90 3

4. Rochelle (5-1) 89 4

5. Metamora (5-1) 67 6

6. Centralia (5-1) 55 8

7. Highland (5-1) 34 T10

8. Decatur Eisenhower (5-1) 26 5

(tie)Washington (4-2) 26 T10

10. Triad (5-1) 20 NR

Others receiving votes: Morris 10, Solorio 8, Woodstock North 4, Marian Central 2, Morgan Park 2, Rich Central 1, Thornridge 1.

Class 4A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Althoff Catholic (12) (6-0) 132 1

2. Rochester (1) (6-0) 123 2

3. Phillips (5-1) 112 3

4. Johnsburg (1) (6-0) 101 4

5. Columbia (6-0) 77 5

6. Genoa-Kingston (6-0) 73 6

7. Aurora Central (6-0) 54 7

8. Marengo (5-1) 32 9

9. Mt. Zion (5-1) 29 10

10. Canton (5-1) 16 NR

Others receiving votes: Plano 5, Richmond-Burton 5, Taylorville 3, Dixon 2, Herrin 2, Rockford Lutheran 2, Geneseo 1, Breese Mater Dei 1.

Class 3A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. IC Catholic (12) (6-0) 120 1

2. Wilmington (6-0) 105 2

3. Monticello (6-0) 91 3

4. Byron (6-0) 81 4

5. Newton (6-0) 64 5

6. North-Mac (6-0) 51 6

(tie)Herscher (6-0) 51 7

8. Breese Central (6-0) 28 9

9. Pana (6-0) 27 8

10. Elmwood-Brimfield (6-0) 16 10

Others receiving votes: Bloomington Central Catholic 14, Mt. Carmel 8, Williamsville 3, Westville 1.

Class 2A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Downs Tri-Valley (10) (6-0) 118 1

2. Deer Creek-Mackinaw (2) (6-0) 105 2

3. Sterling Newman (6-0) 94 3

4. Mendon Unity (6-0) 78 4

5. Eastland-Pearl City (6-0) 67 5

6. Maroa-Forsyth (5-1) 60 6

7. Fulton (5-1) 48 7

8. Hamilton West Hancock (6-0) 33 8

9. Orion (5-1) 30 9

10. Wethersfield (5-1) 12 NR

Others receiving votes: Red Bud 10, Carmi White County 2, Hope Academy 1, St. Bede 1, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 1.

Class 1A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Decatur St. Teresa (10) (6-0) 108 1

2. Ottawa Marquette (6-0) 90 2

3. Forreston (1) (6-0) 85 4

4. Tuscola (6-0) 83 3

5. Stockton (6-0) 69 5

6. Lena-Winslow (5-1) 53 7

7. Argenta-Oreana (6-0) 35 8

8. Athens (5-1) 31 6

9. Aquin (6-0) 29 10

10. Mt. Sterling (Brown County) (4-2) 7 9

Others receiving votes: Decatur Lutheran (LSA) 4, Camp Point Central 3, Bureau Valley 3, Hardin (Calhoun) 2, South Fork 1, Stark County 1, Kirkland Hiawatha 1.

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