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Final High School Boys Fall Rankings
November 21st, 2007 7AM

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Brandon Haynes scored two goals in overtime to give Raleigh Broughton High School a 3-2 win over Greensboro Grimsley in the North Carolina High School Athletic Association boys 4-A final Saturday night and claim the No. 1 ranking in the final NSCAA/adidas Boys Fall Rankings, ahead of Indiana's Evansville Reitz Memorial. Broughton finished the year with 27 wins in a row to repeat as state champion.

NSCAA/adidas Boys National Rankings
1 Broughton (Raleigh, N.C.) 28-0-1
2 Reitz Memorial (Evansville, Ind.) 23-0-2
3 Davis (Calif.) 27-0-2
4 King (New York, N.Y.) 15-0-3
5 Barrington (Ill.) 25-2-0
6 Seton Hall Prep (West Orange, N.J.) 23-1-0
7 Anoka (Minn.) 21-0-2
8 North Kingstown (R.I.) 19-0-2
9 Magruder (Derwood, Md.) 20-0-0
10 St. Xavier (Louisville, Ky.) 25-0-2
11 East Kentwood (Mich.) 25-1-1
12 Peters Township (Pa.) 24-2-2
13 Chaminade (Mineola, N.Y.) 17-3-1
14 St. John's (Shrewsbury, Mass.) 23-1-1
15 Blue Valley North (Kan.) 17-4-0
16 Smoky Hill (Cherry Creek, Colo.) 16-3-1
17 McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.) 22-1-3
18 Ramapo (N.J.) 19-1-0
19 Hilliard Davidson (Ohio) 18-2-2
20 Vestal (N.Y.) 21-2-1
21 Neenah (Wis.) 21-1-2
22 Rockhurst (Kansas City, Mo.) 22-5-0
23 Ridgefield (Conn.) 18-2-3
24 Central Catholic (Portland, Ore.) 17-0-1
25 Lake Norman (Mooresville, N.C.) 29-0-0



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