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Week 1: 2022 Illinois High School Football Top 10 Poll

Check the latest rankings of Illinois high school football teams in each class before tonight's games.

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Week 1: 2022 Illinois High School Football Top 10 Poll

Review the season week-by-week:


Here are the latest rankings of Illinois high school football teams in each class, according to an Associated Press panel of sportswriters:


Class 8A

School Record Points Prv
1. Loyola (8) 1-0 115 2
2. Lincoln-Way East (3) 1-0 109 1
3. Glenbard West 1-0 92 3
4. Bolingbrook 1-0 80 4
5. Gurnee Warren 1-0 60 5
6. Neuqua Valley (1) 1-0 59 6
7. Maine South 1-0 43 7
8. O'Fallon 1-0 37 9
9. Naperville North 1-0 21 T10
10. Edwardsville 1-0 15 NR

Others receiving votes: Chicago (Marist) 13, Lockport 6, York 5, Glenbrook South 3, Palatine 2.



Class 7A

School Record Points Prv
1. Mt. Carmel (12) 1-0 120 1
2. Batavia 1-0 108 3
3. Prospect 1-0 92 5
4. Glenbard North 1-0 64 7
5. St. Rita 0-1 60 4
6. Jacobs 1-0 57 8
7. Brother Rice 1-0 50 9
8. Wheaton North 1-0 34 10
9. (tie) Pekin 1-0 23 NR
9. (tie) Moline 1-0 23 10

Others receiving votes: Hononegah 5, Lake Zurich 5, Geneva 4, Willowbrook 4, Yorkville 4, Normal Community 3, Hersey 3, Downers North 1.



Class 6A

School Record Points Prv
1. East St. Louis (11) 0-1 120 1
2. Prairie Ridge (1) 1-0 115 2
3. Cary-Grove (1) 1-0 105 5
4. Lemont 1-0 74 6
5. Crete-Monee 0-1 73 3
6. Niles Notre Dame 1-0 45 NR
7. Chatham Glenwood 1-0 40 NR
8. (tie) Machesney Park Harlem 1-0 35 10
8. (tie) Simeon 1-0 35 NR
10. Kenwood 0-1 28 7

Others receiving votes: Chicago (St. Ignatius) 24, Deerfield 13, Lake Forest 5, Carmel 2, Wauconda 1.



Class 5A

School Record Points Prv
1. Nazareth (12) 1-0 120 2
2. Kankakee 0-1 95 1
3. Mahomet-Seymour 1-0 92 3
4. Morris 1-0 89 4
5. Sycamore 1-0 46 8
6. Peoria 1-0 44 6
7. Rockford Boylan 1-0 43 7
8. St. Patrick (Chicago) 1-0 40 NR
9. Sterling 1-0 32 9
10. Morgan Park 1-0 25 10

Others receiving votes: Kaneland 12, Oak Park (Fenwick) 6, Glenbard South 6, Highland 4, Mascoutah 4, Marian Catholic (Chicago Heights) 1, Decatur MacArthur 1.



Class 4A

School Record Points Prv
1. (tie) Joliet Catholic (6) 1-0 114 2
1. (tie) Sacred Hear-Griffin (6) 1-0 114 1
3. St. Francis 1-0 92 4
4. Richmond-Burton 1-0 74 5
5. Rochester 0-1 62 3
6. Genoa-Kingston 1-0 58 6
7. Stillman Valley 1-0 47 NR
8. Wheaton Academy 1-0 34 10
9. Breese Central 1-0 20 NR
10. Carterville 1-0 15 NR

Others receiving votes: Freeburg 6, Cahokia 6, Quincy Notre Dame 5, Chicago (Phillips) 5, Peoria Notre Dame 4, Coal City 3, St. Laurence 1.



Class 3A

School Record Points Prv
1. IC Catholic (10) 1-0 127 2
2. Reed-Custer (2) 1-0 108 T3
3. Williamsville (1) 1-0 101 T3
4. Princeton 1-0 86 6
5. Byron 0-1 72 1
6. Mt. Carmel 1-0 63 7
7. Eureka 1-0 51 8
8. Fairbury Prairie Central 1-0 49 NR
9. Durand-Pecatonica 1-0 23 NR
10. Hillsboro 1-0 9 NR

Others receiving votes: Tolono Unity 7, Peotone 6, St. Joseph-Ogden 6, Paxton-Buckley-Loda 5, Greenville 2.



Class 2A

School Record Points Prv
1. Wilmington (10) 1-0 118 1
2. Decatur St. Teresa (2) 1-0 107 2
3. Downs Tri-Valley 1-0 94 3
4. Maroa-Forsyth 1-0 82 7
5. Nashville 1-0 66 8
6. Bismarck-Henning 1-0 51 10
7. Vandalia 1-0 43 NR
8. Mercer County 1-0 37 NR
9. Sterling Newman 1-0 25 NR
10. Knoxville 1-0 12 NR

Others receiving votes: Erie-Prophetstown 8, North-Mac 6, Breese Mater Dei 4, Pana 3, Farmington 2, Rockridge 1, Tremont 1.



Class 1A

School Record Points Prv
1. Lena-Winslow (12) 1-0 121 1
2. Athens (1) 1-0 113 2
2. Moweaqua Central A&M 1-0 93 4
4. Colfax Ridgeview 1-0 90 3
5. Forreston 1-0 72 6
6. Camp Point Central 1-0 69 10
7. Fulton 1-0 42 8
8. Tuscola 1-0 27 NR
9. Gilman Iroquois West 1-0 26 NR
10. (tie) Jacksonville Routt 1-0 12 NR
10. (tie) Hope Academy 1-0 12 NR

Others receiving votes: Carrollton 10, Greenfield-Northwestern 7, Annawan-Wethersfield 6, Ottawa Marquette 5, St. Bede 5, Mt. Sterling (Brown County) 2, Catlin (Salt Fork) 2, Shelbyville 1.



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