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High school champions crowned
by Paul Kennedy, November 20th, 2009 9:30AM



St. Thomas Aquinas of Kansas was named the top-ranked team in the final NSCAA High School Boys National Rankings after beating Bishop Miege, 2-0, in the Kansas 5A state championship game.

The Saints won their seventh consecutive state championship and finished unbeaten and untied for the time in the program's history.

"We're very fortunate, you know, because the stars and all that have to align," Coach Craig Ewing told the Kansas City Star. "But what it tells me is a group of kids in Kansas who worked their butts off and are coachable can achieve something. It's really a neat symbol, I think."

High School Fall Rankings Boys
1 St. Thomas Aquinas (Overland Park, Kan.)   21-0-0  
2 Sacramento Jesuit (Carmichael, Calif.) 27-1-0  
3 Lincoln (Gahanna, Ohio)  22-0-1  
4 Glastonbury (Conn.) 18-0-1  
5 Episcopal (Alexandria, Va.) 19-0-4  
6 Martin Luther King, Jr. (New York, N.Y.) 17-1-1  
7 Unionville (Kennett Square, Pa.)  22-2-0  
8 St. Ignatius (Cleveland, Ohio) 22-1-0  
9 Apple Valley (Minn.)  24-0-0  
10 Jacksonville (N.C.) 27-0-0  
11 La Cueva (Albuquerque, N.M.) 20-2-1  
12 Muskego (Wis.) 27-1-1  
13 Ludlow (Mass.) 17-0-3  
14 Washburn Rural (Topeka, Kan.)  20-1-0  
15 Seton Hall Prep (West Orange, N.J.) 19-2-1  
16 Salesianum School (Wilmington, Del.)  14-2-1  
17 St. Xavier (Louisville, Ky.) 23-1-1  
18 Newburgh Free Academy (N.Y.)  18-1-2  
19 Brentwood (N.Y.)  17-3-0  
20 Marin Catholic (Kentfield, Calif.) 25-2-2  
21 Lexington (Mass.) 18-0-3  
22 Father Judge (Philadelphia, Pa.) 21-2-1  
23 Lyons Township (LaGrange, Ill.) 26-3-0  
24 Brother Rice (Birmingham, Mich.) 16-3-6  
25 Zionsville (Ind.)  20-3-1

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