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No. 1 Greenville captures South Carolina boys title
May 23rd, 2007 7AM

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Greenville (S.C.) High School remained the top-ranked boys team in the NSCAA/adidas spring rankings. The Red Raiders won the South Carolina Class AAA state championship with a 3-1 win over Socastee to finish 27-0-0. The difference in the final was two Socastee own goals. Sebastian Velasquez scored the other Greenville goal. No. 2 McIntosh won the Georgia Class AAAA state final with a 2-1 win over Whitewater.

NSCAA/adidas National Boys Rankings
SPRING 2007
TEAM PREVIOUS W-L-T
1 Greenville (S.C.)* 1 27-0-0
2 McIntosh (Peachtree City, Ga.)* 2 21-0-2
3 Millard North (Omaha, Neb.)* 3 22-0-0
4 Union (Tulsa, Okla.)* 11 17-2-0
4 Dale (Chester, Va.) 7 15-0-0
6 Greenbrier (Evans, Ga.) 5 20-2-0
7 Catholic (Little Rock, Ark.)* 13 20-1-2
8 Federal Way (Wash.) NR 15-1-4
9 Bettendorf (Iowa) NR 14-0-1
10 Harrison (Kennesaw, Ga.)* NR 19-1-2
11 Osbourn Park (Manassas, Va.) NR 14-0-2
12 Putnam City North (Oklahoma City, Okla.) 17 16-2-0
13 Cascade (Everett, Wash.) NR 16-3-1
14 Brentwood (Tenn.) NR 17-1-2
14 Pasco (Wash.) NR 18-1-0
16 Lincoln East (Neb.) 20 16-4-0
17 Oak Mountain (Birmingham, Ala.)* NR 20-4-2
18 Conway (Ark.) RV 20-3-1
19 Camas (Wash.) NR 16-0-4
20 Bearden (Knoxville, Tenn.) NR 23-2-0
* Denotes State Champion
# Denotes District Champion



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