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The Final Indiana H.S. Football Poll

The Associated Press Top 10 Indiana high school football teams, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through games of Oct. 13, rating points and previous rankings:

 

Class 5A

W-L Pts Prv

1. Lawrence Central (10) (9-0) 272 2

2. Indpls Ben Davis (1) (8-1) 214 T6

3. Castle (2) (9-0) 206 3

4. Ft. Wayne Snider (1) (9-0) 204 4

5. Carmel (8-1) 192 1

6. Center Grove (8-1) 184 5

7. Brownsburg (1) (9-0) 160 T6

8. Penn (8-1) 100 8

9. Homestead (9-0) 68 9

10. Chesterton (8-1) 22 NR

Others receiving votes: Terre Haute North 10, Warren Central 8, Ft. Wayne North 4, Hamilton Southeastern 2, Zionsville 2, Indpls Pike 2.

 

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Class 4A

W-L Pts Prv

1. Columbus East (13) (9-0) 292 1

2. Jasper (9-0) 260 2

3. Indpls Roncalli (1) (7-2) 224 6

4. Mt. Vernon (Hancock) (8-1) 174 7

5. Greenwood (8-1) 122 3

6. E. Central (7-2) 116 4

7. Indpls Cathedral (1) (4-5) 114 5

8. Leo (7-1) 104 8

9. New Prairie (8-1) 90 9

10. Kankakee Valley (8-1) 48 NR

Others receiving votes: E. Noble 44, E. Chicago 34, New Haven 16, Plymouth 6, Pendleton Hts. 2, Ev. Central 2, Hobart 2.

 

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Class 3A

W-L Pts Prv

1. Jimtown (14) (9-0) 298 1

2. Charlestown (1) (9-0) 260 2

3. Indpls Chatard (7-2) 230 3

4. Hamilton Hts. (8-1) 182 4

(tie) Greencastle (9-0) 182 5

6. Western Boone (8-1) 118 7

7. Indpls Brebeuf (7-2) 82 9

8. Tri-West (7-2) 72 6

9. Heritage (7-2) 64 10

10. Lakeland (8-1) 52 8

Others receiving votes: Brownstown 40, Culver Academy 20, Danville 14, S. Bend St. Joseph's 10, Eastbrook 8, Corydon 6, Garrett 2, Greensburg 2, Vincennes 2, Mishawaka Marian 2.

 

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Class 2A

W-L Pts Prv

1. Indpls Ritter (15) (9-0) 300 1

2. N. Posey (9-0) 220 3

3. Ev. Mater Dei (7-2) 196 2

4. Tipton (8-1) 184 4

5. Ft. Wayne Luers (6-3) 174 6

6. Churubusco (8-1) 152 5

7. Cass (8-1) 128 7

8. Heritage Christian (7-2) 92 8

9. Andrean (7-2) 86 10

10. Fountain Central (8-1) 54 9

Others receiving votes: Lawrenceburg 50, Elwood 12, Triton Central 2.

 

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Class 1A

W-L Pts Prv

1. Lafayette Catholic (11) (8-1) 284 1

2. Linton (3) (9-0) 268 2

3. Whiting (1) (9-0) 216 3

4. Pioneer (8-1) 180 4

5. Hagerstown (9-0) 176 5

6. N. Vermillion (9-0) 160 6

7. Indpls Scecina (6-3) 154 7

8. W. Central (8-1) 74 8

9. Sheridan (5-4) 54 NR

10. Tri-Central (8-1) 34 10

Others receiving votes: S. Central (LaPorte) 26, N. Central (Farmersburg) 16, Caston 8.

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