Jasper remains third in AP PollOctober 13, 2021
By Herald Staff
Roncalli, Leo, Jasper.
That's the way the Associated Press has ranked them in that order in Class 4A, and that's the way it remained once again this week. All three teams remain undefeated as the final week of the football regular season is upon us. The Wildcats seek both the outright Southern Indiana Athletic Conference championship and their first undefeated regular season since 2012.
Despite remaining third in the AP Poll, Jasper fell to No. 4 in this week's poll by the Indiana Football Coaches Association.
A week after not getting any recognition in Class 3A, Heritage Hills received some votes after the team's 20-13 win Oct. 8 against Southridge.
1. Roncalli, 8-0.
2. Leo, 8-0.
3. Jasper, 8-0.
4. East Central, 7-1.
5. Mt. Vernon (Hancock), 7-1.
6. Evansville Memorial, 7-1.
7. Mooresville, 6-2.
8. Bishop Chatard, 4-4.
9. New Prairie, 7-1.
10. Northview, 6-1.
Others receiving votes: Hobart, 8. Culver Academy, 4. East Noble, 2.
1. West Lafayette, 8-0.
2. Gibson Southern, 7-1.
3. Danville, 7-1.
4. Lawrenceburg, 7-1.
5. Brebeuf, 6-2.
6. Brownstown, 8-0.
7. Tippecanoe Valley, 8-0.
8. Norwell, 7-1.
9. Mt. Vernon (Posey), 7-1.
10. Tri-West, 6-2.
Others receiving votes: Jimtown, 18. Mishawaka Marian, 12. Owen Valley, 12. Sullivan, 6. Heritage Hills, 2. Western Boone, 2.
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