Naperville Central, Oswego East, St. Charles North join Week 7 AP rankings

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Montini’s Scott West (1), Zach Olson, and Jeremiah Banks-Wall (52) celebrate. Allen Cunningham/For the Sun-Times.

The latest rankings of Illinois high school football teams in each class, according to an Associated Press panel of sportswriters.

Class 8A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Lincoln-Way East (8) (6-0) 89 1

2. Maine South (1) (5-1) 78 3

3. Oswego (6-0) 63 4

4. Homewood-Flossmoor (5-1) 62 2

(tie) Marist (5-1) 62 5

6. Glenbard West (5-1) 47 6

7. Bolingbrook (5-1) 32 8

8. Hinsdale Central (5-1) 30 9

9. Naperville Central (4-2) 11 NR

10. Oswego East (6-0) 10 NR

Others receiving votes: Stevenson 5, Neuqua Valley 4.

Class 7A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Batavia (4) (6-0) 92 1

2. Nazareth (2) (6-0) 88 2

3. East St. Louis (4) (5-1) 79 4

4. Brother Rice (6-0) 75 3

5. Mount Carmel (5-1) 59 5

6. Simeon (6-0) 54 6

7. Hononegah (6-0) 39 7

8. Normal (5-1) 26 9

9. St. Charles North (5-1) 12 NR

10. Belleville West (5-1) 10 8

Others receiving votes: Lincoln-Way West 7, Lake Zurich 4, Glenbard East 3, Hoffman Estates 1, Moline 1.

Class 6A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Cary-Grove (8) (6-0) 107 1

2. Richards (2) (6-0) 98 2

3. Prairie Ridge (5-1) 72 4

4. Willowbrook (6-0) 71 3

5. Phillips (4-2) 70 5

6. Chatham Glenwood (6-0) 54 6

7. Notre Dame (5-1) 46 T9

8. Providence (5-1) 32 8

9. DeKalb (5-1) 24 T9

10. Normal West (1) (5-1) 22 T9

Others receiving votes: Sacred Heart-Griffin 5, Quincy 2, Kenwood 1, Springfield 1.

Class 5A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Washington, IL (10) (6-0) 109 1

2. Montini (1) (6-0) 97 2

3. Sterling (6-0) 86 3

4. Hillcrest (6-0) 70 5

5. Highland (6-0) 68 4

6. Antioch (6-0) 55 6

7. Metamora (6-0) 46 7

8. Kaneland (5-1) 33 T9

9. Decatur MacArthur (4-2) 18 8

10. Carbondale (5-1) 8 NR

Others receiving votes: St. Francis 4, Payton 4, Sycamore 3, Peoria Central 2, Joliet Catholic 1, Dunlap 1.

Class 4A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. IC Catholic (12) (6-0) 147 1

2. Rochester (3) (5-1) 135 2

3. Taylorville (6-0) 103 3

4. Rockford Boylan (5-1) 102 5

5. Columbia (6-0) 92 4

6. Breese Mater Dei (6-0) 67 T6

7. Coal City (5-1) 53 T6

8. Cahokia (5-1) 38 10

9. Pontiac (6-0) 29 NR

10. Richmond-Burton (5-1) 24 9

Others receiving votes: Herrin 16, Johnsburg 8, Morris 7, Fairbury Prairie Central 2, Raby 1, Freeburg 1.

Class 3A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Byron (12) (6-0) 164 1

2. Carlinville (1) (6-0) 129 2

3. Monticello (1) (6-0) 126 3

4. McNamara (3) (5-1) 117 5

5. Farmington (6-0) 102 4

6. Williamsville (5-1) 82 6

7. Beardstown (6-0) 58 7

8. Vandalia (6-0) 50 8

9. DuQuoin (6-0) 41 9

10. Elmwood-Brimfield (6-0) 36 10

Others receiving votes: Lisle 18, Monmouth-Roseville 5, Rock Island Alleman 3, Paris 2, Paxton-Buckley-Loda 1, Fairfield 1.

Class 2A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Maroa-Forsyth (13) (6-0) 157 1

2. Orion (3) (6-0) 140 2

3. Decatur St. Teresa (6-0) 120 4

4. Sterling Newman (5-1) 119 3

5. Eastland-Pearl City (6-0) 94 5

6. Illini West (Carthage) (6-0) 80 6

7. Bismarck-Henning (6-0) 47 8

8. Hope Academy (4-2) 46 7

9. Pana (5-1) 41 9

10. Mercer County (4-2) 24 T10

Others receiving votes: Nashville 7, Eldorado 2, Hamilton West Hancock 2, Rockridge 1.

Class 1A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley (16) (6-0) 169 1

2. Lena-Winslow (5-1) 144 2

3. Ottawa Marquette (1) (6-0) 130 3

4. Tuscola (5-1) 114 4

5. Princeville (6-0) 100 5

6. Camp Point Central (5-1) 77 6

7. Argenta-Oreana (6-0) 69 7

8. Milledgeville (6-0) 49 9

9. Concord (Triopia) (5-1) 37 10

10. Aurora Christian (4-2) 20 8

Others receiving votes: Athens 8, Carrollton 8, Fisher 4, Sesser (S.-Valier) 2, Forreston 2, Madison 1, Arcola 1.

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