1. West De Pere (7-0): The Phantoms used defense to beat Seymour 12-7 and extend their winning streak to 35. West De Pere has clinched a share of its seventh straight Bay Conference title and can win it outright with a victory at Hortonville this week.
2. Green Bay Southwest (7-0): The Trojans had no trouble in a big 33-0 win over Green Bay Preble. It sets up a showdown against Bay Port for the Fox River Classic Conference championship on Friday.
3. Bay Port (7-0): The Pirates have been so good this season that their 28 points in a win at Sheboygan South was their fewest in 2012.
4. Wrightstown (6-1): The Tigers keep winning, this time 16-7 over Mishicot. They still have a chance to share the Olympian/Packerland-Large with Chilton, which leads Wrightstown by one game in the league standings.
5. Green Bay Preble (6-1): The Hornets’ defense has taken a hit due to injuries, but the team can finish the regular season strong if they beat Green Bay East.
6. Seymour (6-1): Even with a loss to the Phantoms, the Thunder proved just how good and dangerous it is.
7. De Pere (5-2): The Redbirds guaranteed themselves a spot in the playoffs for the second straight season with a 19-10 win over Green Bay Notre Dame.
8. Suring (7-0): The Eagles clinched at least a share of the Marinette-Oconto Conference with a 12-6, double-overtime win over Peshtigo in a battle of undefeated teams.
9. Marinette (4-3): The Marines beat Shawano 40-21 for their third win in four games and another possible playoff appearance.
10. Pulaski (3-4): The Red Raiders kept their playoff hopes alive with a 41-24 win over Manitowoc, one week after beating Green Bay Notre Dame.
Suring: Won its first conference championship since 2005 with its win over Peshtigo. Blake Strehlow was the hero in the win, scoring on a 1-yard touchdown run in the second overtime. Suring tied the game in the fourth quarter on a 4-yard TD reception by Dan Sweda.
Alex Herzog, De Pere: Rushed 25 times for 148 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Notre Dame.
Zach Rothering, West De Pere: Rushed for 129 yards and scored on a 56-yard run against Seymour.
James Morgan, Ashwaubenon: Threw for 237 yards and one TD in a 27-7 win over Sheboygan North.