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NSCAA/adidas High School Boys Rankings
May 15th, 2009 10:15PM
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Led by North Carolina-bound Enzo Martinez, South Carolina's Northwestern High School is the top-ranked boys team among high schools playing spring soccer. For the NSCAA/adidas Top 20 rankings ...


High School Boys Spring Rankings
RANK PREVIOUS RECORD
1 Northwestern (Rock Hill, S.C.)  2    19-0-0  
2 Pasco (Pasco, Wash.)  3    15-0-0  
3 Collins Hill (Suwanee, Ga.) * 14    19-3-0  
4 Irmo (Columbia, S.C.)  5    19-0-0  
5 South Sioux City (Sioux City, Iowa)  6    15-0-0  
6 John Carroll (Birmingham, Ala.) * NR    28-3-1  
7 McIntosh (Peachtree City, Ga.)  1    22-1-0  
8 Catholic (Little Rock, Ark.)  NR    17-3-1  
9 Thomas Dale (Chester, Va.)  20    10-0-0  
10 Stadium (Tacoma, Wash.)  10    12-1-1  
11 Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma, Wash.)  11    15-1-1  
12 Conway (Conway, Ark.)  4    22-1-0  
13 Copper Hills (Salt Lake City, Utah)  13    14-0-1  
14 Cleveland (Cleveland, Tenn.)  NR    16-0-3  
15 Centennial (Roswell, Ga.)  17    18-3-0  
16 Marysville-Pilchuck (Marysville, Wash.)  NR    14-0-2  
16 Union (Tulsa, Okla.)  12    14-1-0  
18 Norman North (Norman, Okla.)  7    14-2-0  
19 Frank W. Cox (Virginia Beach, Va.)  NR    11-0-1  
20 Fairhope (Fairhope, Ala.)  NR    25-2-3
Also receiving votes:Mercer Island (Mercer Island, Wash.), Eastside (Taylors, S.C.), Farragut (Knoxville, Tenn.), Putnam City North (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Cody (Cody, Wyo.), Ravenwood (Brentwood, Tenn.), Greater Atlanta Christian (Atlanta, Ga.), Rogers (Puyallup, Wash.), Pinewood Prep (Summerville, S.C.)
* Denotes State Champion
# Denotes District Champion



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