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Associated Press state football rankings


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ILLINOIS:

Here are the latest rankings of Illinois high school football teams in each class, according to an Associated Press panel of sportswriters and broadcasters. This vote was taken Sept. 3:
Class 8A
School W-L Pts Prv

1. Wilmette Loyola (13) (1-0) 130 1
2. Lincolnshire Stevenson (1-0) 116 2
3. Homewood-Flossmoor (1-0) 85 7
(tie)Edwardsville (1-0) 85 5
5. Glenbard West (1-0) 79 8
6. Maine South (1-0) 52 9
7. Hinsdale Central (1-0) 37 NR
8. Aurora Waubonsie Valley (1-0) 28 NR
9. Oak Park River Forest (1-0) 25 NR
10. Naperville North (1-0) 22 NR
-- Others receiving votes: Chicago Marist 17, Bolingbrook 16, Naperville Central 9, O'Fallon 8, Naperville Neuqua Valley 4, Palatine Fremd 1, Oswego 1.

Class 7A
School W-L Pts Prv

1. Cary-Grove (5) (1-0) 121 3
2. Chicago Mt. Carmel (7) (0-1) 120 1
3. Lake Zurich (1-0) 98 4
4. Chicago St. Rita (1-0) 94 5
5. Lincoln-Way East (0-1) 70 2
6. New Lenox Providence (1) (1-0) 63 7
7. Wheaton Warrenville South (0-1) 53 6
8. Batavia (0-1) 28 9
9. Geneva (1-0) 17 NR
10. Quincy (1-0) 16 NR
-- Others receiving votes: Belleville West 9, Wheaton North 8, Downers North 7, Oak Park Fenwick 4, St. Charles North 3, Normal Community 2.

Class 6A
School W-L Pts Prv

1. Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin (12) (1-0) 145 1
2. Oak Lawn Richards (3) (1-0) 136 2
3. Rockford Boylan (1-0) 111 4
4. LaGrange Nazareth (1-0) 97 5
5. East St. Louis (0-1) 92 3
6. Champaign Centennial (1-0) 79 6
7. Rock Island (1-0) 39 T7
8. Belvidere North (1-0) 38 T7
9. Crete-Monee (1-0) 24 9
10. Maple Park Kaneland (1-0) 17 10
-- Others receiving votes: Normal West 16, Peoria Notre Dame 12, Lincoln-Way West 6, Lincoln Way North 5, Lake Forest 5, Lakes Community 2, DeKalb 1.

Class 5A
School W-L Pts Prv

1. Lombard Montini (12) (0-1) 145 1
2. Joliet Catholic (1) (0-1) 111 2
2. Highland (2) (1-0) 111 3
4. Washington (1-0) 101 4
5. Geneseo (1-0) 88 6
6. Woodstock Marian (1-0) 74 10
7. Normal University (1-0) 57 7
8. Metamora (1-0) 46 9
9. Sycamore (0-1) 45 5
10. Peoria Central (1-0) 18 NR
-- Others receiving votes: Rochelle 11, Hillcrest 7, Morris 4, Wheaton Academy 2, Centralia 2, Bartonville Limestone 1, Decatur MacArthur 1, Mahomet-Seymour 1.

Class 4A
School W-L Pts Prv

1. Rochester (13) (1-0) 139 1
2. Rockford Lutheran (1) (1-0) 124 2
3. Chicago Phillips (1-0) 102 NR
4. Belleville Althoff (1-0) 98 4
5. Kankakee Bishop McNamara (1-0) 89 6
6. Coal City (1-0) 58 7
7. Columbia (1-0) 54 10
8. Greenville (1-0) 21 NR
9. Rock Island Alleman (0-1) 17 3
10. Mt. Zion (1-0) 16 NR
-- Others receiving votes: Quincy Notre Dame 15, Evergreen Park 14, Herrin 5, Breese Mater Dei 5, Stillman Valley 5, Plano 3, Harvard 2, Bloomington Central Catholic 2, Manteno 1.

Class 3A
School W-L Pts Prv

1. St. Joseph-Ogden (12) (1-0) 138 1
2. Tolono Unity (1) (1-0) 125 2
3. Williamsville (1-0) 111 3
4. Wilmington (1-0) 88 4
5. Elmwood-Brimfield (1-0) 81 5
6. Aurora Christian (1) (1-0) 50 6
7. Mt. Carmel (1-0) 49 7
8. Monticello (1-0) 35 NR
9. Carlinville (1-0) 33 NR
10. Chicago Leo (1-0) 30 NR
-- Others receiving votes: Erie-Prophetstown 13, Elmhurst IC Catholic 4, Nashville 4, Pana 3, Robinson 3, New Berlin-Franklin 1, Seneca 1, Winnebago 1.

Class 2A
School W-L Pts Prv

1. Sterling Newman (14) (1-0) 149 1
2. Momence (1-0) 124 4
3. Maroa-Forsyth (1-0) 105 6
4. Rockridge (1) (0-1) 101 3
5. Eastland-Pearl City (1-0) 83 7
6. Mercer County (0-1) 57 2
7. Bismarck-Henning (1-0) 47 T8
8. Carthage Illini West (1-0) 41 10
(tie) Clifton Central (1-0) 41 T8
10. Auburn (0-1) 34 5
-- Others receiving votes: Fieldcrest 17, Tuscola 12, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 6, Athens 4, Cerro Gordo-Bement 2, Downs Tri-Valley 1, Annawan-Wethersfield 1.

Class 1A
School W-L Pts Prv

1. Lena-Winslow (12) (1-0) 137 1
2. Stockton (1-0) 120 2
3. Forreston (2) (1-0) 118 3
4. Casey-Westfield (1-0) 101 4
5. Camp Point Central (1-0) 78 5
6. Carrollton (1-0) 69 6
7. Stark County (1-0) 55 7
8. Freeport Aquin (1-0) 47 9
9. Greenfield-Northwestern (1-0) 15 NR
10. Abingdon-Avon (1-0) 8 NR
-- Others receiving votes: Galena 6, Flanagan-Cornell-Woodland 4, LeRoy 4, Brown County 2, Rockford Christian Life 2, Heyworth 1, Milford 1, Oblong 1, Pawnee 1.
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IOWA:

Here are the latest rankings of Iowa high school football teams in each class, according to an Associated Press panel of sportswriters and broadcasters. This vote was taken Sept. 2:

Class 4A
Record Pts Prv

1. West Des Moines Dowling (8) 1-0 89 -
2. Waukee (1) 1-0 80 -
3. Bettendorf 1-0 70 -
4. Cedar Rapids Washington 1-0 52 -
5. Ankeny Centennial 1-0 46 -
6. Johnston 1-0 36 -
7. West Des Moines Valley 0-1 28 -
8. North Scott 1-0 27 -
(tie) Cedar Falls 1-0 27 -
10. Iowa City West 1-0 16 -
-- Others receiving votes: 11, Sioux City East 13. 12, Urbandale 3. 12, Marion Linn-Mar 3. 14, Council Bluffs Lincoln 2. 14, Ankeny 2. 16, Ottumwa 1.

Class 3A
Record Pts Prv

1. Pella (3) 1-0 80 -
2. Solon (3) 1-0 73 -
3. Cedar Rapids Xavier (3) 1-0 67 -
4. Manchester West Delaware 1-0 48 -
5. Harlan 1-0 46 -
6. Sioux City Heelan 0-1 33 -
(tie) Waverly-Shell Rock 1-0 33 -
8. Davenport Assumption 0-1 29 -
9. Gilbert 1-0 25 -
10. Humboldt 1-0 24 -
-- Others receiving votes: 11, Carroll 23. 12, Bondurant Farrar 8. 13, Boyden-Hull-RV 3. 14, Huxley Ballard 2. 15, Dallas Center-Grimes 1.

Class 2A
Record Pts Prv

1. Clear Lake (6) 1-0 85 -
2. New Hampton (1) 1-0 61 -
3. West Union North Fayette 1-0 58 -
4. Central Lyon-GLR (2) 1-0 57 -
5. Spirit Lake 1-0 53 -
6. Williamsburg 1-0 43 -
7. Cascade 1-0 39 -
8. Albia 1-0 31 -
9. Sioux Center 1-0 21 -
10. Mediapolis 1-0 16 -
-- Others receiving votes: 11, Hampton-Dumont 12. 12, Dyersville Beckman 10. 13, Baxter CMB 5. 14, Tama South Tama 3. 15, Clarion-Goldfield 1.

Class 1A
Record Pts Prv

1. Iowa City Regina (7) 0-1 81 -
2. Calmar South Winneshiek (1) 1-0 76 -
3. Fort Dodge St. Edmond (1) 1-0 70 -
4. West Branch 1-0 56 -
5. Dike-New Hartford 1-0 47 -
6. St. Ansgar 1-0 38 -
7. Emmetsburg 1-0 31 -
8. Manson-NW Webster 1-0 20 -
9. Sigourney-Keota 1-0 16 -
10. Ogden 1-0 14 -
-- Others receiving votes: 11, Sumner-Fredericksburg 13. 12, Hinton 10. 13, Inwood West Lyon 7. 14, IKM/Manning 6. 15, Stanwood North Cedar 4. 16, Jewell South Hamilton 2. 16, Madrid 2. 18, Pella Christian 1. 18, South Central Calhoun 1.

Class A
Record Pts Prv

1. Delhi Maquoketa Valley (2) 1-0 83 -
2. Council Bluffs St. Albert (6) 1-0 81 -
3. Logan-Magnolia 1-0 55 -
4. Ackley AGWSR 1-0 52 -
5. Packwood Pekin (1) 1-0 47 -
6. Fairbank Wapsie Valley 1-0 36 -
7. Nashua-Plainfield 1-0 34 -
8. Lawton-Bronson 1-0 31 -
9. Lone Tree 1-0 16 -
10. Algona Garrigan 0-1 14 -
-- Others receiving votes: 11, Gladbrook-Reinbeck 10. 12, Audubon 8. 13, Mount Ayr 7. 14, Earlham 6. 14, Brooklyn BGM 6. 16, Montezuma 4. 17, Belmond-Klemme 2. 18, Danville 1. 18, Belle Plaine 1. 18, Hawarden West Sioux 1.

Class 8-Man
Record Pts Prv

1. Gilbertville-Don Bosco (1) 1-0 74 -
1. Elk Horn-Kimballton Exira (4) 1-0 74 -
3. Fremont Mills, Tabor (2) 1-0 63 -
4. East Mills (2) 1-0 50 -
5. Janesville 1-0 49 -
6. Marcus MMC 1-0 40 -
7. HLV Victor 1-0 30 -
8. Jackson Junction Turkey Valley 1-0 27 -
(tie) Glidden-Ralston 1-0 27 -
10. West Bend-Mallard 1-0 21 -
-- Others receiving votes: 11, Springville 8. 12, Melcher-Dallas 7. 12, Graettinger-Terril/Ruthven-Ayrshire 7. 14, Elkader Central 6. 15, Guthrie Center 4. 15, Coon Rapids-Bayard 4. 17, Anita CAM 3. 18, Adair-Casey 1.



















 



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