Evanston, Stevenson, Lincoln-Way West join AP Week 5 football rankings

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Oswego’s Jamal Fomby, Jr., facing, celebrates his touchdown with Isaiah Emanuel. 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 (9) (4-0) 90 1

2. Homewood-Flossmoor (4-0) 77 2

3. Maine South (3-1) 60 3

4. Oswego (4-0) 54 7

5. Marist (3-1) 46 8

6. Evanston (4-0) 40 NR

7. Glenbard West (3-1) 32 9

8. Barrington (3-1) 31 5

9. Stevenson (4-0) 19 NR

10. Bolingbrook (3-1) 17 6

Others receiving votes: Hinsdale Central 14, Loyola 10, Huntley 2, Naperville Neuqua Valley 1, Oswego East 1, Waubonsie Valley 1.

Class 7A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Batavia (3) (4-0) 82 1

2. Nazareth (2) (4-0) 79 2

3. Brother Rice (1) (4-0) 69 4

4. East St. Louis (3) (3-1) 68 3

5. Mount Carmel (3-1) 56 5

6. Simeon (4-0) 42 7

7. Hononegah (4-0) 37 10

8. Belleville West (4-0) 18 NR

9. Normal (3-1) 15 6

10. Lincoln-Way West (3-1) 7 NR

Others receiving votes: Wheaton-Warrenville South 6, Benet 6, Harlem 5, Rolling Meadows 3, Moline 1, Lake Zurich 1.

Class 6A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Cary-Grove (7) (4-0) 97 1

2. Richards (3) (4-0) 93 2

3. Prairie Ridge (3-1) 76 3

4. Willowbrook (4-0) 68 4

5. DeKalb (4-0) 51 6

6. Phillips (2-2) 47 5

7. Providence (4-0) 34 7

8. Chatham Glenwood (4-0) 31 8

9. Sacred Heart-Griffin (3-1) 24 9

10. Normal West (3-1) 20 10

Others receiving votes: Notre Dame 6, Yorkville 2, Quincy 1,

Class 5A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Washington, IL (11) (4-0) 110 1

2. Montini (4-0) 97 3

3. Highland (4-0) 78 T4

4. Hillcrest (4-0) 72 T4

(tie) Sterling (4-0) 72 6

6. Dunlap (3-1) 51 2

7. Antioch (4-0) 47 7

8. Joliet Catholic (3-1) 27 8

9. Peoria Central (3-1) 22 9

10. Carbondale (4-0) 15 NR

Others receiving votes: Decatur MacArthur 6, Mascoutah 3, St. Francis 3, Metamora 1, Sycamore 1.

Class 4A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Rochester (10) (4-0) 118 1

2. IC Catholic (2) (4-0) 110 2

3. Taylorville (4-0) 86 5

4. Columbia (4-0) 74 6

5. Rockford Boylan (3-1) 68 3

6. Richmond-Burton (4-0) 53 7

7. Coal City (3-1) 45 8

8. Morris (2-2) 31 4

9. Herrin (3-1) 29 10

10. Breese Mater Dei (4-0) 22 NR

Others receiving votes: Cahokia 7, Johnsburg 5, Pontiac 5, Raby 5, Freeburg 1, Geneseo 1.

Class 3A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Byron (13) (4-0) 130 1

2. Farmington (4-0) 100 3

3. Carlinville (4-0) 97 4

4. Monticello (4-0) 85 5

5. McNamara (3-1) 82 6

6. Williamsville (3-1) 70 2

7. Vandalia (4-0) 50 7

8. Beardstown (4-0) 28 9

9. North Boone (3-1) 19 10

10. DuQuoin (4-0) 16 NR

Others receiving votes: Pleasant Plains 9, Rock Island Alleman 9, Elmwood-Brimfield 5, Breese Central 3, St. Joseph-Ogden 3, Genoa-Kingston 3, Lisle 3, Clinton 2, West Frankfort 1.

Class 2A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Maroa-Forsyth (12) (4-0) 129 T1

2. Orion (1) (4-0) 115 T1

3. Sterling Newman (3-1) 100 4

4. Decatur St. Teresa (4-0) 97 5

5. Illini West (Carthage) (4-0) 77 6

6. Eastland-Pearl City (4-0) 60 9

7. Chicago (Hope) Academy (3-1) 42 10

8. Rockridge (3-1) 35 3

9. Bismarck-Henning (4-0) 15 NR

10. Marshall, IL (4-0) 13 NR

Others receiving votes: Pana 10, Mercer County 6, Hamilton West Hancock 5, Downs Tri-Valley 4, Nashville 3, Deer Creek-Mackinaw 1, Collins 1, Eldorado 1, Red Bud 1.

Class 1A

School W-L Pts Prv

1. Lena-Winslow (10) (4-0) 118 1

2. Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley (2) (4-0) 109 3

3. Camp Point Central (4-0) 93 4

4. Ottawa Marquette (4-0) 73 5

5. Tuscola (3-1) 68 2

6. Princeville (4-0) 60 6

7. Aurora Christian (4-0) 59 7

8. Argenta-Oreana (4-0) 31 9

9. Fisher (4-0) 16 NR

10. Milledgeville (4-0) 9 NR

Others receiving votes: Madison 6, Concord (Triopia) 4, Sesser (S.-Valier) 4, Annawan/Wethersfield 3, Forreston 3, Dakota 2, Athens 2.

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