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August 20, 2013

Indiana Prep Football Rankings

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AP Indiana High School Football Top 10 Teams
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The Associated Press Preseason Top 10 Indiana high school football teams, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through games of Aug. 17, rating points and previous rankings:
Class 6A
W-L Pts Prv
1. Lawrence Central (10) 0-0 300 -
(tie) Carmel (1) 0-0 300 -
3. Indpls Ben Davis (4) 0-0 266 -
4. Center Grove 0-0 216 -
5. Warren Central (1) 0-0 206 -
6. Indpls Pike (2) 0-0 166 -
7. Penn 0-0 106 -
8. Fishers 0- 10 -
9. Hamilton Southeastern 0-0 92 -
10. Merrillville 0-0 62 -
Others receiving votes: Carroll (Allen) 42, Brownsburg 36, Homestead 28, Lake Central 10, Chesterton 8, Valparaiso 8, Columbus North 4, Indpls N. Central 4, Avon 4, Crown Point 2,
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Class 5A
W-L Pts
1. Indpls Cathedral (17) 0-0 352 -
2. Ft. Wayne Snider (1) 0-0 302 -
3. Castle 0-0 232 -
4. Zionsville 0-0 192 -
5. Concord 0-0 170 -
6. Mishawaka 0-0 166 -
7. Ft. Wayne North 0-0 116 -
8. Terre Haute North 0-0 108 -
9. Martinsville 0-0 68 -
10. Whiteland 0-0 66 -
Others receiving votes: S. Bend Adams 28, Decatur Central 24, Kokomo 20, Elkhart Central 16, McCutcheon 10, Terre Haute South 8, Richmond 8, Bloomington North 6, Westfield 4, Munster 2, Michigan City 2, Bloomington South 2.
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Class 4A
W-L Pts Prv
1. Indpls Chatard (13) 0-0 318 -
2. Columbus East (3) 0-0 308 -
3. Indpls Roncalli (2) 0-0 282 -
4. Jasper 0-0 224 -
5. Ev. Reitz 0-0 134 -
6. Indpls Brebeuf (1) 0-0 116 -
7. Mt. Vernon (Hancock) 0-0 108 -
8. Ft. Wayne Dwenger 0-0 84 -
9. E. Noble 0-0 82 -
10. E. Central 0-0 80 -
Others receiving votes: S. Bend St. Joseph's 72, Greenwood 62, New Prairie 50, Hobart 46, Leo 38, Pendleton Hts. 28, Kankakee Valley 26, New Haven 16, Ev. Central 12, E. Chicago 12, Hammond Morton 2.
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Class 3A
W-L Pts Prv
1. Hamilton Hts. (7) 0-0 296 -
2. Ft. Wayne Luers (6) 0-0 234 -
3. Jimtown (2) 0-0 212 -
4. Andrean (1) 0-0 174 -
5. Eastbrook 0-0 108 -
6. Charlestown 0-0 100 -
7. Tri-West 0-0 92 -
8. Western Boone 0-0 90 -
9. Mishawaka Marian 0-0 82 -
10. Delta 0-0 70 -
Others receiving votes: Greencastle 68, Gibson Southern 66, W. Lafayette 48, Guerin Catholic 44, Heritage 34, Indian Creek 24, Tippecanoe Valley 20, Corydon 18, Brownstown 16, N. Montgomery 14, Heritage Hills 14, Lakeland 14, Northwestern 6, Culver Academy 6, Garrett 6, Greensburg 6, Lawrenceburg 4, Hammond 2.
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Class 2A
W-L Pts Prv
1. Indpls Ritter (11) 0-0 340 -
2. Lafayette Catholic (5) 0-0 282 -
3. Ev. Mater Dei (2) 0-0 266 -
4. Tipton 0-0 196 -
5. Indpls Scecina 0-0 138 -
6. Speedway 0-0 128 -
7. Heritage Christian 0-0 106 -
(tie) Cass 0-0 116 -
9. N. Posey 0-0 88 -
10. Churubusco 0-0 66 -
Others receiving votes: Paoli 64, Rensselaer 50, Elwood 34, Shenandoah 16, Bremen 14, Triton Central 12, N. Judson 10, Indpls Broad Ripple 10, Hammond Noll 8, Southridge 4, Oak Hill 2, Bluffton 2, Milan 2.
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Class 1A
W-L Pts Prv
1. Sheridan (7) 0-0 248 -
2. Pioneer (2) 0-0 242 -
(tie) Linton (6) 0-0 242 -
4. N. Vermillion (1) 0-0 198 -
5. Whiting (1) 0-0 160 -
6. Winamac 0-0 100 -
7. W. Central 0-0 82 -
8. S. Putnam 0-0 70 -
9. Tri-Central 0-0 64 -
10. N. Central (Farmersburg) 0-0 56 -
Others receiving votes: Fountain Central 54, Hagerstown 54, Eastern (Hancock) 40, W. Washington 40, Adams Central 38, S. Central (LaPorte) 28, Attica 24, Carroll (Flora) 24, Caston 18, Indpls Lutheran 16, N. Miami 16, Perry Central 12, Edinburgh 12, S. Adams 8, Rockville 6, Tecumseh 4, Southern Wells 2.

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