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Week 5 AP high school football ratings

Class 4A

1. West Des Moines Dowling (16)  6-0

2. Cedar Falls (1)  5-0

3. Iowa City High (1)  5-0

4. Bettendorf  5-0

5. Marion Linn-Mar  5-0

6. Cedar Rapids Washington  5-0

7. Council Bluffs Lincoln  5-0

8. West Des Moines Valley  4-1

9. Sioux City East  5-0

10. Ankeny  5-1

Others receiving votes: 11, Davenport Assumption 11. 12, Eldridge North Scott 10. 13, Cedar Rapids Xavier 8. 14, Fort Dodge 7.

 

Class 3A

1. Williamsburg (11)  5-0

2. Pella (3)  5-0

3. Clear Lake (2)   5-0

4. Harlan (1)  4-1

5. Marion  5-0

6. Sioux City Heelan (1)  4-1

7. Solon  4-1

8. La Porte City Union  5-0

9. Waverly-Shell Rock  5-0

10. Webster City  5-0

Others receiving votes: 11, Carlisle 6. 11, Fairfield 6. 13, Huxley Ballard 5. 14, Mount Pleasant 3. 15, Norwalk 2. 15, Decorah 2.

 

Class 2A

1. Iowa City Regina (16)  5-0

2. West Union North Fayette (2)  5-0

3. Hull Western Christian  5-0

4. South Central Calhoun  5-0

5. Sigourney-Keota  5-0

6. New Hampton   4-1

7. Carroll Kuemper  4-1

8. Pella Christian  4-1

9. Fort Dodge St. Edmond  4-1

10. Sioux Center  4-1

Others receiving votes: 11, Baxter CMB 14. 12, Sheldon 11. 12, Roland-Story 11. 14, Bloomfield Davis County 10. 15, Camanche 9. 16, Wellman Mid-Prairie 4. 17, State Center West Marshall 2.

 

Class 1A

1. Council Bluffs St. Albert (17)  5-0

2. West Branch (1)   5-0

3. Emmetsburg  5-0

4. Aplington-Parkersburg  5-0

5. Inwood West Lyon  4-1

6. Jackson Junction Turkey Valley  5-0

7. Logan-Magnolia  5-0

8. Woodward-Granger   5-0

9. Stanwood North Cedar  5-0

10. Hartley HMS  4-1

Others receiving votes: 11, Dike-New Hartford 19. 11, Arlington Starmont 19. 13, Fairbank Wapsie Valley 12. 14, Hinton 3. 14, Woodward Academy 3. 16, Treynor 1. 16, St. Ansgar 1. 16, Mount Ayr 1.

 

Class A

1. Mason City Newman (5)  6-0

2. Madrid (13)  5-0

3. Traer North Tama  5-0

4. Wayland WACO  5-0

5. Rockford  6-0

6. Le Mars Gehlen Catholic  4-1

7. Brooklyn BGM  4-1

8. Postville  5-0

9. Clay Central-Everly  4-1

10. Bedford  4-1

Others receiving votes: 11, Lisbon 18. 12, Moville Woodbury Central 15. 13, Liberty Center SE Warren 9. 14, Britt West Hancock 5.

 

Class 8-Man

1. Lenox (15)  5-0

2. Armstrong-Ringsted (1)  5-0

3. Preston (2)  6-0

4. Blairsburg NE Hamilton  6-0

5. Moravia  5-0

6. West Bend-Mallard  5-0

7. Janesville  5-0

8. Tabor Fremont-Mills  5-0

9. Graettinger-Terril  4-1

10. Adair-Casey  4-1

Others receiving votes: 11, Tripoli 12. 12, Stanton 11. 13, Glidden-Ralston 8. 13, Newell-Fonda 8. 15, Maynard West Central 6. 16, Clarksville 5. 17, Remsen-Union 4.

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