1. Lincoln-Way East 14-0
Griffins capture Class 8A championship in double-overtime thriller.
2. Morris 14-0
All-Stater John Dergo leads Redskins to 6A title--their first since 1984.
3. Prospect 13-1
Turn skeptics into believers after upset of Mt.Carmel to gain Class 7A title.
4. Maine South 12-2
Third straight season the Hawks finish second in Class 8A.
5. Mt. Carmel 13-1
Class 7A runner-up returns QB Carter Kopach and four offensive linemen.
6. Wheaton Warrenville South 12-1
Second year in a row the Tigers bow out in the Class 8A semifinals.
7. Joliet Catholic 11-1
Forget the multiplier--Morris' home-field advantage ended its season.
8. Stevenson 11-1
Michael Morrissey and Kyle Crowley lead Patriots to 8A quarterfinals.
9. Warren 9-2
Only losses to No.4 Maine South and eighth-ranked Stevenson.
10. Driscoll 14-0
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Final rankings, 2005
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