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AP Indiana High School Football Top 10 Teams

The Associated Press Top 10 Indiana high school football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through games of Monday, September 09, 2013, rating points and previous rankings:

6A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Lawrence Central (11) - 302 1

2. Center Grove (4) - 296 2

3. Penn - - 232 3

4. Indpls Ben Davis - - 202 4

5. Warren Central - - 166 6

6. Indpls Pike (1) - 138 7

7. Carroll (Allen) - - 128 8

8. Homestead - - 88 10

9. Carmel - - 60 5

10. Southport - - 52 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Fishers 34. 12, Merrillville 16. 12, Noblesville 16. 12, Jeffersonville 16. 15, Hamilton Southeastern 12. 16, Crown Point 2.

 

 

5A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Ft. Wayne Snider (13) - 294 1

2. Concord - - 272 2

3. Martinsville - - 228 3

4. Indpls Cathedral (2) - 204 4

5. Westfield - - 146 5

6. Zionsville - - 130 7(tie)

7. Castle - - 110 9

8. Terre Haute North - - 90 NR

9. McCutcheon - - 62 NR

10. Terre Haute South - - 56 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Munster 38. 12, Ft. Wayne Wayne 32. 12, Ft. Wayne North 32. 14, Whiteland 24. 15, Franklin 18. 15, Elkhart Central 18. 17, Michigan City 4. 18, Mishawaka 2.

 

 

4A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Columbus East (14) - 316 1

2. Jasper - - 262 2

3. Indpls Chatard (2) - 240 3

4. Ft. Wayne Dwenger - - 220 4

5. New Prairie - - 132 9

6. S. Bend St. Joseph's - - 110 7

7. Indpls Roncalli - - 90 6

8. E. Noble - - 78 8

9. New Haven - - 64 NR

10. New Palestine - - 60 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Hobart 56. 12, Mt. Vernon (Hancock) 44. 13, Leo 34. 14, Plainfield 18. 15, Ev. Central 14. 16, Hammond Morton 10. 17, Ev. Reitz 4. 17, Pendleton Hts. 4. 19, Lebanon 2. 19, Shelbyville 2.

 

 

3A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Indpls Brebeuf (13) - 312 1

2. Andrean (3) - 292 2

3. Delta - - 236 3

4. Gibson Southern - - 210 5

5. W. Lafayette - - 148 6

6. Mishawaka Marian - - 126 7

7. Hamilton Hts. - - 106 8

8. Brownstown - - 86 10

9. Greencastle - - 40 NR

(tie)Jimtown - - 40 NR

(tie)Western Boone - - 40 NR

Others receiving votes: 12, Yorktown 34. 13, Western 30. 14, W. Vigo 22. 15, Ft. Wayne Luers 18. 16, Batesville 8. 17, Corydon 6. 17, Northwestern 6.

 

 

2A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Lafayette Catholic (11) - 302 2

2. Ev. Mater Dei (3) - 288 3

3. Tipton (1) - 232 4

4. Indpls Ritter (1) - 216 1

5. Indpls Scecina - - 196 5

6. Churubusco - - 144 6

7. Rensselaer - - 116 7

8. Shenandoah - - 88 8

9. Triton Central - - 70 9

10. Southridge - - 42 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Oak Hill 22. 12, Speedway 20. 13, Paoli 18. 14, Cass 4. 15, S. Spencer 2.

 

 

1A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Linton (11) - 278 1

2. N. Vermillion (1) - 254 2

3. Winamac (2) - 236 3

4. Whiting - - 190 4

5. W. Central (1) - 166 5

6. Fountain Central - - 148 6

7. N. Central (Farmersburg) - - 112 7

8. Eastern (Hancock) - - 100 8

9. W. Washington - - 60 10

10. Attica - - 44 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Sheridan 22. 11, S. Putnam 22. 13, Pioneer 12. 14, Adams Central 4. 15, N. Knox 2.

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