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High School Boys Fall Rankings
October 25th, 2007 7AM

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NSCAA/adidas Boys National Rankings
1 Evansville Memorial (Ind.) 21-0-2
2 Davis (Calif.) 20-0-2
3 Broughton (Raleigh, N.C.) 20-0-1
4 Delbarton (Morristown, N.J.) 15-0-0
5 Neuqua Valley (Naperville, Ill.) 19-1-4
6 Anoka (Minn.) 18-0-2
7 Westhill (Stamford, Conn.) 14-0-0
8 Brentwood (N.Y.) 13-0-2
9 Beavercreek (Ohio) 15-0-2
10 Abington Heights (Pa.) 17-0-0
11 St. John the Baptist (West Islip, N.Y.) 10-1-1
12 Magruder (Rockville, Md.) 13-0-0
13 Simsbury (Conn.) 11-0-1
14 Sacramento Jesuit (Calif.) 17-1-4
15 Washburn Rural (Kan.) 14-0-1
16 East Kentwood (Mich.) 21-1-5
17 King (New York, N.Y.) 13-0-3
18 Don Bosco (Ramsey, N.J.) 14-0-0
19 St. Xavier (Louisville, Ky.) 21-0-2
20 DeMatha Catholic (Hyattsville, Md.) 10-1-5
21 Grandview (Aurora, Colo.) 13-1-1
22 Saint Louis Univ. High (Mo.) 17-2-2
23 North Kingstown (R.I.) 13-0-2
24 Marquette Univ. High (Milwaukee, Wis.) 12-4-3
25 St. Francis de Sales (Columbus, Ohio) 15-1-1



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