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High School Boys Fall Rankings
October 3rd, 2007 10:45AM
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For the second week in a row, Long Island's Chaminade is the No. 1 team in the NSCAA/adidas Boys National Rankings. Last week's big action took place at the Quincy Classic in Illinois, where No. 2 DeSmet of St. Louis beat New Jersey power St. Benedict's, 2-0, and tied Charlotte Latin, 0-0. No. 16 Chaminade of St. Louis won both games in Showcase division with 1-0 wins over Charlotte Latin and St. Benedict's. For the Complete Top 25 ...

NSCAA/adidas Boys National Rankings
1 Chaminade (Mineola, N.Y.) 9-0-0
2 DeSmet Jesuit (St. Louis, Mo.) 9-0-3
3 DeMatha Catholic (Hyattsville, Md.) 6-0-2
4 Downingtown West (Pa.) 11-0-1
5 East Kentwood (Mich.) 12-0-1
6 Evansville Memorial (Ind.) 15-0-2
7 Davis(Calif.) 11-0-1
8 Wethersfield(Conn.) 7-0-0
9 Ramapo (N.J.) 7-0-0
10 King (New York, N.Y.) 7-0-1
11 Smoky Hill (Cherry Creek, Colo.) 8-0-1
12 Rockhurst (Kansas City, Mo.) 11-2-0
13 Salesianum(Wilmington, Del.) 6-1-0
14 Beavercreek (Ohio) 10-0-1
15 Xavier(Middletown, Conn.) 7-0-0
16 Chaminade Coll. Prep (St. Louis, Mo.) 13-2-0
17 Broughton (Raleigh, N.C.) 13-0-1
18 Anoka (Minn.) 13-0-1
19 John Jay (Hopewell Junction, N.Y.) 8-0-1
20 Abington Heights (Clarks Summit, Pa.) 8-0-0
21 Sacramento Jesuit (Calif.) 11-1-2
22 St. Xavier (Louisville, Ky.) 15-0-2
23 Stevenson (Livonia, Mich.) 11-0-0
24 Brentwood (Tenn.) 7-0-1
25 North Kingstown (R.I.) 8-0-1



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