Associated Press Week 8 Illinois high school football rankings

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Warren’s Trinate Jacobs (10) passes the ball against Lake Zurich.

Warren’s Trinate Jacobs (10) passes the ball against Lake Zurich.

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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 (10) (7-0) 100 1
2. Loyola (5-2) 75 3
3. Warren (7-0) 73 2
4. Notre Dame (7-0) 70 4
5. Homewood-Flossmoor (6-1) 51 6
6. Hinsdale Central (7-0) 47 5
(tie) Neuqua Valley (6-1) 47 7
8. Minooka (7-0) 33 8
9. Oswego (7-0) 19 9
10. Bolingbrook (6-1) 15 10

Others receiving votes: St. Charles East 10, South Elgin 5, Huntley 3, Maine South 2.

Class 7A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Mount Carmel (9) (7-0) 99 1
2. Nazareth (1) (6-1) 85 2
3. Glenbard West (7-0) 79 3
4. Hersey (7-0) 65 5
5. Phillips (6-1) 56 6
6. Rolling Meadows (7-0) 48 T7
7. Batavia (5-2) 41 4
8. Benet (6-1) 22 T7
9. Willowbrook (6-1) 21 NR
10. Normal (6-1) 15 NR

Others receiving votes: Andrew 5, DeKalb 4, Glenbard East 4, Grant 3, Conant 2, Brother Rice 1.

Class 6A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Chatham Glenwood (9) (7-0) 108 1
2. Crete-Monee (1) (7-0) 95 2
3. Simeon (1) (5-1) 81 3
4. Cary-Grove (6-1) 68 4
5. Richards (6-1) 62 5
6. Prairie Ridge (6-1) 57 6
7. Antioch (6-1) 41 8
8. Providence (5-2) 34 9
9. Yorkville (6-1) 22 7
10. Lemont (6-1) 15 NR

Others receiving votes: Normal West 10, Kaneland 9, Peoria Central 3.

Class 5A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. East St. Louis (12) (7-0) 120 1
2. Sterling (7-0) 102 2
3. Hillcrest (6-1) 81 4
(tie) Rockford Boylan (7-0) 81 3
5. Montini (5-2) 65 5
6. Sycamore (6-1) 62 6
7. Marion (7-0) 46 7
8. St. Rita (4-3) 34 8
9. Kankakee (6-1) 29 9
10. Carbondale (6-1) 17 10

Others receiving votes: Dunlap 8, Cahokia 6, Joliet Catholic 6, St. Laurence 3.

Class 4A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. IC Catholic (11) (7-0) 119 1
2. Rochester (7-0) 106 2
3. Coal City (1) (7-0) 99 3
4. Richmond-Burton (7-0) 80 4
5. Stillman Valley (7-0) 64 5
6. Mt. Zion (7-0) 52 6
7. Effingham (7-0) 39 8
8. Columbia (7-0) 35 7
9. Genoa-Kingston (7-0) 23 10
10. St. Francis (6-1) 19 9

Others receiving votes: Illinois Valley Central 16, Bishop McNamara 5, Benton 2, Fairbury Prairie Central 1.

Class 3A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Wilmington (9) (7-0) 124 1
2. Williamsville (4) (7-0) 121 2
3. Byron (6-1) 93 3
4. Beardstown (7-0) 85 4
5. Vandalia (7-0) 72 5
6. Nashville (7-0) 62 6
7. Fairfield (7-0) 50 7
8. Pana (7-0) 43 8
9. Princeton (6-1) 33 9
10. Eureka (6-1) 18 10

Others receiving votes: DuQuoin 9, Breese Mater Dei 3, Mt. Carmel IL 2.

Class 2A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Fieldcrest (7) (7-0) 122 1
2. Clifton Central (5) (7-0) 116 2
3. Maroa-Forsyth (1) (6-1) 100 3
4. Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley (6-1) 90 4
5. Decatur St. Teresa (6-1) 73 5
6. Knoxville (7-0) 67 6
7. Sterling Newman (6-1) 58 7
8. Bismarck-Henning (6-1) 46 8
9. Auburn (5-2) 24 9
10. West Carroll (5-2) 15 10

Others receiving votes: Flora 2, Orr 2.

Class 1A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Lena-Winslow (11) (7-0) 119 1
2. Moweaqua Central A&M (7-0) 103 3
3. Annawan-Wethersfield (7-0) 88 4
4. Morrison (7-0) 78 5
5. Ottawa Marquette (7-0) 64 6
6. Forreston (6-1) 55 2
7. Aquin (7-0) 53 7
8. Hope Academy (1) (6-1) 44 10
9. Camp Point Central (6-1) 31 8
10. Athens (5-2) 7 9

Others receiving votes: Tuscola 6, Carrollton 5, Fulton 2, Arcola 2, Kirkland Hiawatha 2, Princeville 1.

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