N-G Top 10 (football): M-S new No. 1

 

There’s a new entry at the top of the Top 10: unbeaten Mahomet-Seymour, which is state-ranked in Class 4A, and handed Pontiac its first loss on Friday:

TEAM (PREVIOUS) RECORD

1. Mahomet-Seymour (3) 4-0
Bulldogs have scored 152 points in four games

2. Monticello (7) 4-0
Eyeing record fifth straight playoff berth

3. Cerro Gordo/D-W/Bement (2) 4-0
Steve Isbell had more than 404 all-purpose yards vs. G-RF/C

4. Unity (1) 3-1
Last running clock loss 111 games ago, 43-0 to J-O in 2004

5. Salt Fork (4) 4-0
Storm has won 27 of last 28 in regular season, lone loss in 2012 to B-H

6. Bismarck-Henning (5) 4-0
Blue Devils have won 24 of last 25 in regular season lone loss in 2011 to SF

7. Paxton-Buckley-Loda (9) 4-0
Next up: at GCMS (3-1) for Falcons’ homecoming

8. Fisher (10) 4-0
Three wins in a row by a TD

9. St. Joseph-Ogden (6) 2-2
Last shutout loss in 2011 to Clifton

10. Argenta-Oreana (—) 3-1
Last back-to-back playoff years 2003-04

NEAR MISSES: Argenta-Oreana, Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond, Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley, Milford/Cissna Park, St. Thomas More, Tuscola, Villa Grove/Heritage.

 

Comments

News-Gazette.com embraces discussion of both community and world issues. We welcome you to contribute your ideas, opinions and comments, but we ask that you avoid personal attacks, vulgarity and hate speech. We reserve the right to remove any comment at our discretion, and we will block repeat offenders' accounts. To post comments, you must first be a registered user, and your username will appear with any comment you post. Happy posting.

Login or register to post comments

OnlyFacts wrote on September 21, 2013 at 11:09 pm

I don't understand how a 3-1 team that suffered a loss to a 2A team was ranked above any 4-0 teams. I also don't understand why the media can't pay more attention to Champaign County teams north of Champaign. Fisher has now beaten two state ranked teams.