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Final National High School Winter Rankings
April 16th, 2008 7AM
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Miami's Varela and Wilson of Long Beach, Calif., finished as the top-ranked boys and girls teams, respectively, in the NSCAA/adidas Winter High School Rankings. Varela won Florida's Class 6A championship in a shootout. Wilson finished as California's Southern Section Division I co-champion with No. 8 San Clemente. For all the final boys and girls national rankings ...

Final NSCAA/adidas Winter Rankings-Boys
1 Varela (Miami, Fla.) 28-1-1
2 Santa Monica (Calif.) 29-0-1
3 Caddo Magnet (Shreveport, La.) 27-1-0
4 Marcus (Flower Mound, Texas) 26-3-3
5 American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.) 29-2-1
6 Bellarmine Prep (San Jose, Calif.) 24-1-2
7 Klein (Spring, Texas) 20-3-2
8 Brophy College Prep (Phoenix, Ariz.) 22-2-1
9 Northwest Rankin (Brandon, Miss.) 19-2-4
10 Cinco Ranch (Katy, Texas) 22-1-6

Final NSCAA/adidas Winter Rankings-Girls
1 Wilson (Long Beach, Calif.) 30-1-4
2 Wellington (Fla.) 26-3-1
3 McKinney Boyd (Texas) 25-2-1
4 Cathedral Catholic (San Diego, Calif.) 25-2-5
5 St. Thomas More (Lafayette, La.) 22-0-2
6 Jenkins (Lakeland, Fla.) 29-0-2
7 Carroll (Southlake, Texas) 24-4-4
8 San Clemente (Calif.) 24-3-8
9 The Bolles School (Jacksonville, Fla.) 27-1-1
10 Hebron (Carrollton, Texas) 23-3-3



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