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Final AP football poll

Concordia and Woodlan jumped into the Top 10s for the final Associated Press poll, released Monday. The Cadets (Class 3A) are No. 9 and the Warriors (2A) are No. 10.

Also from the area in the top 10s are: Snider No. 4 and North Side No. 9 in 5A, Leo No. 5, New Haven No. 8 and East Noble No. 9 in 4A and Churubusco No. 10 in 2A.

The Associated Press Top 10 Indiana high school football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through games of Monday, October 21, 2013, rating points and previous rankings:

Class 6A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Penn (14) 9-0 342 1

2. Indpls Ben Davis (4) 7-2 322 2

3. Center Grove - 8-1 278 3

4. Southport - 9-0 224 5

5. Fishers - 8-1 202 6

6. Carmel - 6-3 168 4

7. Merrillville - 8-1 142 7

8. Warren Central - 6-3 118 8

9. Indpls Pike - 5-4 92 9

10. Hamilton Southeastern - 7-2 64 10

Others receiving votes: 11, Carroll 22. 12, Avon 4. 13, Lake Central 2.

Class 5A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Westfield (18) 8-1 360 1

2. Terre Haute North - 7-2 306 2

3. Whiteland - 7-2 270 4

4. Snider - 7-2 214 6

5. Indpls Cathedral - 4-5 202 3

6. Martinsville - 7-2 178 7

7. Mishawaka - 6-3 124 5

8. Concord - 7-2 108 8

9. North Side - 6-3 82 NR

10. Munster - 6-3 32 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Wayne 24. 12, Zionsville 22. 12, Decatur Central 22. 14, Richmond 20. 15, Castle 12. 16, Floyd Central 4.

Class 4A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Columbus East (15) 9-0 350 1

2. New Palestine (1) 9-0 298 2

3. New Prairie - 9-0 276 3

4. Indpls Chatard (2) 6-3 256 4

5. Leo - 9-0 208 5

6. Jasper - 8-1 170 6

7. Indpls Roncalli - 6-3 136 8

8. New Haven - 8-1 100 9

9. East Noble - 7-2 64 10

10. Mt. Vernon (Hancock) - 7-2 48 7

Others receiving votes: 11, Bishop Dwenger 22. 12, Hammond Morton 18. 12, Plymouth 18. 14, Ev. Reitz 10. 15, S. Bend St. Joseph's 4. 16, Ev. Central 2.

Class 3A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Andrean (16) 9-0 356 1

2. Gibson Southern (2) 9-0 316 2

3. Batesville - 9-0 228 6

4. Brownstown - 9-0 216 5

5. Yorktown - 8-1 192 7

6. W. Lafayette - 8-1 186 3

7. Indpls Brebeuf - 6-3 122 4

8. Western - 8-1 104 8(tie)

9. Concordia - 6-3 82 NR

10. Hamilton Hts. - 7-2 50 8(tie)

Others receiving votes: 11, Tri-West 40. 12, Jimtown 28. 13, Greencastle 26. 14, Delta 16. 15, Fairfield 10. 16, Ev. Bosse 4. 16, Indian Creek 4.

Class 2A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Ev. Mater Dei (18) 9-0 360 1

2. Lafayette Catholic - 8-1 318 2

3. Indpls Ritter - 7-2 292 3

4. Indpls Scecina - 7-2 234 5

5. Rensselaer - 7-2 204 6

6. Southridge - 7-2 164 4

7. Tipton - 6-3 126 8

8. Triton Central - 7-2 102 10

9. Churubusco - 7-2 60 7

10. Woodlan - 6-3 46 NR

Others receiving votes: 11, Shenandoah 32. 12, Paoli 12. 12, Providence 12. 14, Bremen 8. 15, S. Spencer 6. 16, Bluffton 4.

Class A

Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs

1. Linton (12) 9-0 340 1

2. N. Vermillion (4) 9-0 322 2

3. Winamac (1) 9-0 290 3

4. Eastern (Hancock) (1) 9-0 272 4

5. S. Putnam - 8-1 198 5

6. Fountain Central - 8-1 176 6

7. Whiting - 8-1 106 8

8. Tri-Central - 8-1 84 10

9. Pioneer - 7-2 78 9

10. N. Central (Farmersburg) - 7-2 44 7

Others receiving votes: 11, Tecumseh 28. 12, Perry Central 22. 13, Indpls Howe 10. 14, Sheridan 6. 15, W. Central 2. 15, Indpls Lutheran 2.

High School Sports Editor Greg Jones on prep sports.

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