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NSCAA/adidas High School Girls Rankings
May 15th, 2009 10:15PM
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St. Pius X High School, which won the Georgia Class AAA title with a 3-0 win over North Hall, is the top-ranked girls team. For the NSCAA/adidas Top 20 rankings ...

High School Girls Spring Rankings
RANK PREVIOUS RECORD
1 St. Pius X (Atlanta, Ga.) * 1 22-0-0  
2 Sierra (Manteca, Calif.)  3  25-0-1  
3 J.W. Robinson (Fairfax, Va.)  4    11-0-1  
4 Central Bucks South (Warrington, Pa.)  7    17-0-0  
5 Portage Central (Portage, Mich.)  4    16-0-2  
6 Olathe East (Olathe, Kan.)  6    12-0-0  
7 Nerinx Hall (St. Louis, Mo.)  18    17-0-1  
8 Wando (Mount Pleasant, S.C.)  10    17-0-2  
9 Leesville Road (Raleigh, N.C.)  11    17-0-3  
10 Chatfield (Littleton, Colo.)  8    16-0-1  
11 Manheim Township (Lancaster, Pa.)  20    16-1-1  
12 Broad Run (Ashburn, Va.)  15    12-0-1  
13 Parkview (Lilburn, Ga.) * 14    22-1-0  
14 St. Francis (Sacramento, Calif.)  17    17-0-3  
15 Waubonsie Valley (Aurora, Ill.)  NR    13-3-3  
16 Lee's Summit North (Lee's Summit, Mo.)  NR    17-1-0  
17 White Oak (Jacksonville, N.C.)  19    16-0-0  
18 Neshaminy (Langhorne, Pa.)  NR    15-1-1  
19 Wheat Ridge (Wheat Ridge, Colo.)  NR    16-0-0  
20 Broomfield (Broomfield, Colo.)  NR    16-0-1  
20 Kennedy (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)  NR    9-0-0
Also receiving votes:Valor Christianoe (Highlands Ranch, Colo.), Ardrey Kell (Charlotte, N.C.), Hershey (Hershey, Pa.), Arapahoe (Littleton, Colo.), Franklin (Modesto, Calif.), Marian (Omaha, Neb.), Lake Orion (Lake Orion, Mich.), Service (Anchorage, Alaska)
* Denotes State Champion
# Denotes District Champion



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