Associated Press Week 10 Illinois high school football rankings

The latest rankings of Illinois high school football teams in each class, according to an Associated Press panel of sportswriters. This is the final poll of the season.

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Warren’s Derrick McLaughlin (3) celebrates after scoring a touchdown against Lake Zurich.

Warren’s Derrick McLaughlin (3) celebrates after scoring a touchdown against Lake Zurich.

Kirsten Stickney/For the Sun-Times

The latest rankings of Illinois high school football teams in each class, according to an Associated Press panel of sportswriters. This is the final poll of the season.

Class 8A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Lincoln-Way East (7) (9-0) 70 1
2. Warren (9-0) 56 3
3. Neuqua Valley (8-1) 48 5
4. Glenbard West (9-0) 44 3
5. Minooka (9-0) 35 6
6. Homewood-Flossmoor (8-1) 34 4
7. Hinsdale Central (8-1) 30 9
8. Loyola (6-3) 27 2
9. South Elgin (8-1) 10 NR
10. Notre Dame (7-2) 7 7
(tie) Maine South (7-2) 7 NR

Others receiving votes: Huntley 5, Oswego 4, St. Charles East 3, Marist 3, Edwardsville 2.

Class 7A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Mount Carmel (5) (9-0) 68 1
2. Nazareth (2) (9-0) 65 2
3. Batavia (7-2) 49 6
4. Rolling Meadows (9-0) 44 7
4. Willowbrook (8-1) 44 8
6. Phillips (7-1) 38 5
7. Hersey (8-1) 33 4
8. Normal (7-2) 8 9
9. Andrew (7-2) 7 NR
10. Maine West (8-1) 6 NR
(tie) Hononegah (7-2) 6 NR
(tie) DeKalb (6-3) 6 NR

Others receiving votes: Yorkville 3, Glenbard North 2, Thornton 2, Benet 2, Harlem 1, Prospect 1.

Class 6A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. East St. Louis (7) (9-0) 70 1 (5A)
2. Chatham Glenwood (9-0) 62 1
3. Crete-Monee (9-0) 51 2
4. Prairie Ridge (8-1) 49 T4
5. Simeon (6-1) 38 3
6. Richards (8-1) 37 T4
7. Peoria Central (8-1) 22 10
8. Cary-Grove (7-2) 20 8
9. Normal West (7-2) 16 9
10. Lemont (7-2) 6 NR

Others receiving votes: Providence 3, Kaneland 3, Belvidere North 3, Antioch 2, Deerfield 2, Dunlap 1.

Class 5A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Sterling (4) (9-0) 71 2
2. Rockford Boylan (9-0) 59 4
3. Rochester (3) (8-1) 53 1 (4A)
4. Hillcrest (8-1) 52 3
5. Montini (1) (7-2) 49 5
6. Sycamore (8-1) 36 6
7. Mt. Zion (9-0) 31 6 (4A)
8. St. Rita (6-3) 29 7
9. Carbondale (8-1) 17 9
10. Kankakee (8-1) 15 8

Others receiving votes: Joliet Catholic 9, Cahokia 8, Marion 5, St. Laurence 5, Morris 1.

Class 4A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Coal City (9) (9-0) 90 2
2. Richmond-Burton (9-0) 73 3
3. IC Catholic (8-1) 68 5
4. St. Francis (8-1) 62 4
5. Illinois Valley Central (9-0) 52 9
6. Columbia (9-0) 47 8
7. Effingham (8-1) 28 10
8. Genoa-Kingston (8-1) 25 NR
9. Stillman Valley (8-1) 20 7
10. Tolono Unity (8-1) 12 NR

Others receiving votes: Bishop McNamara 9, Murphysboro 6, Fairbury Prairie Central 2, Marengo 1.

Class 3A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Williamsville (8) (9-0) 98 1
2. Wilmington (2) (8-1) 79 T3
(tie) Byron (8-1) 79 2
4. Beardstown (9-0) 65 T3
5. Vandalia (9-0) 63 5
6. Fairfield (9-0) 51 6
7. Princeton (8-1) 41 7
8. Breese Mater Dei (8-1) 30 9
9. Mt. Carmel, IL (8-1) 20 NR
10. Paxton-Buckley-Loda (7-2) 7 NR

Others receiving votes: DuQuoin 6, Eureka 6, Farmington 3, Rock Island Alleman 2.

Class 2A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Clifton Central (5) (9-0) 95 2
2. Fieldcrest (5) (9-0) 92 1
3. Maroa-Forsyth (8-1) 74 3
4. Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley (8-1) 62 4
5. Knoxville (9-0) 58 6
6. Decatur St. Teresa (8-1) 51 5
7. Sterling Newman (8-1) 43 7
8. Bismarck-Henning (8-1) 23 8
(tie) Pana (8-1) 23 10 (3A)
10. Nashville (8-1) 18 NR

Others receiving votes: Chester 6, Tuscola 3, Auburn 1, Fithian Oakwood 1.

Class 1A
School W-L Pts Prv
1. Lena-Winslow (7) (9-0) 86 1
2. Moweaqua Central A&M (1) (9-0) 78 2
3. Annawan-Wethersfield (9-0) 69 3
4. Morrison (1) (9-0) 66 4
5. Aquin (9-0) 55 5
6. Camp Point Central (8-1) 37 7
7. Hope Academy (7-2) 35 6
8. Forreston (7-2) 23 8
9. Athens (7-2) 16 9
10. Kirkland Hiawatha (8-1) 10 NR

Others receiving votes: Argenta-Oreana 7, Ottawa Marquette 6, Greenfield-Northwestern 4, Arcola 3.

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