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High School : : Rankings
Updated Regional Top 25 Rankings
Todd Gold         Ben Collman        
Published: Saturday, April 30, 2011

Florida

The rankings remain mostly unchanged as the Florida District playoffs being this week.

Flanagan, Archbishop McCarthy, Orangewood Christian, Gulliver Prep, and Tampa Jesuit remain as the top 5.

Pace and West Boca come in at 6 and 7 and are two of the hottest teams in the nation. Two new teams enter the nations Plant at 24 and Nova at 25.

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Great Plains

Big shakeup at the top of the Great Plains rankings this week with previous #1 Free State (KS) going down on Tuesday to fall three spots. Francis Howell has rebounded from a midseason skid and climbed into the top five.

Kansas wasn’t the only state that saw its top ranked team lose this week as Ponderosa (CO) and Millard South (NE) each lost this week. Maize moved up to number two in the region and are the highest ranked team in Kansas at 11-0 while #10 Green Mountain is now the top ranked team in Colorado.

New additions this week include: #13 Millard West (NE), #17 North Callaway (MO), and #23 Shawnee Heights (KS).

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Mid-Atlantic

Pinecrest (NC) moves up to #1 after Ardrey Kell (NC) suffered its second loss of the year. James River (VA) comes in at #2 followed by a trio of North Carolina teams, Providence (NC), Ardrey Kell (NC), Holly Springs (NC).

Cosby (VA) is at #6 and a pair of South Carolina teams, Wren and St. James are at 7 and 8.

Two new teams enter the rankings, Conway (SC) at 24 and Northeast Guilford (NC at 25.

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Midwest

Cathedral (IN) moves up to #1 in the rankings after their big win over Lawrence Central in our National Game of the Week. Walsh Jesuit is the top ranked team in Ohio at #2.

Last week's #1 Providence Catholic (IL) falls to #5 after their first loss. They are preceeded by two other Iillinois teams; Plainfield North and Mundelin.

One new team enters the rankings, Streamwood (IL) at #25.

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Pacific

It was a tough for a lot of top teams out west. Bishop Amat’s reign at #1 lasted just one week as their 21 game winning streak was snapped by Bonita 2-1 on Thursday, allowing Edison to reclaim the top spot which it had previously held every week.

JSerra could make a case for the top spot with the way they’ve played the past month and a win over #7 Mater Dei in the rubber match will not only give them a chance to climb into the top two but more importantly will give them control of the regular season race in the very tough Trinity League.

New to the rankings this week are #20 Trabuco Hills, #22 Simi Valley, #24 St. John Bosco.

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Southeast

Baton Rouge Catholic (LA) remains at #1 and Madison Central (MS) is at 2. Three Georgia teams are next, Wayne County remains undefeated and comes it at 3. Marist is #4 and Columbus is #5 even after Columbus win last night over the Eagles.

Two new Georgia teams enter the rankings, Alatoona at 24 and White County at 25.

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Southwest

Spanish Fork (UT) continues to play well and as a result continues to hold a slight edge over still undefeated Sierra Vista (NV) for the number one spot. Though both teams are worthy of the spot it’s simply a matter of Spanish Fork doing enough not to lose it, that could change if Sierra Vista beats fellow Las Vegas powerhouse Bishop Gorman this weekend and is still undefeated when the rankings are updated again next week.

With the playoffs getting underway in Arizona next week’s rankings could look quite different.

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Texahoma

Broken Arrow’s second loss of the season caused the only movement in a quiet week with Texas’ regular season complete. The Tigers 6-5 defeat at the hands of Santa Fe was their first in the state of Oklahoma, they slid one spot to number three, with Fort Bend Clements (TX) slotting in behind the top ranked team in the nation, Owasso (OK).

Santa Fe moved up five spots to #20. Next week’s updated rankings will feature significant movement as several small schools who have put together impressive seasons will have the chance to prove they are for real.

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