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NSCAA High School Fall Boys Top 25
October 4th, 2013 5:33AM

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[WEEKLY RANKINGS] St. Benedict's Prep (9-0-0) remained No. 1 in the NSCAA High School Fall Boys Top 25. Arlington (LaGrangeville, N.Y.) and Mason (Ohio) each climbed two spots to No. 2 and No. 3. For the complete Top 25 rankings ...

NSCAA High School Fall Boys Top 25:
RANKING SCHOOL PREVIOUS W-L-T
1 St. Benedict's Prep (Newark, N.J.) 1 9-0-0
2 Arlington (LaGrangeville, N.Y.) 4 7-0-0
3 Mason (Mason, Ohio) 5 11-0-0
4 Jesuit (Carmichael, Calif.) 3 10-0-3
5 Ludlow (Ludlow, Mass.) 8 9-0-0
6 Hinsdale Central (Hinsdale, Ill.) RV 11-0-2
7 Ann Arbor Skyline (Ann Arbor, Mich.) 20 14-0-1
8 Salesianum School (Wilmington, Del.) 13 7-0-1
9 Martin Luther King, Jr. (New York, N.Y.) 10 7-0-0
10 Upper St. Clair (Pittsburgh, Pa.) 9 11-0-1
11 Columbus North (Columbus, Ind.) 14 12-0-1
12 Washburn Rural (Topeka, Kan.) 6 6-0-1
13 McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.) 22 11-0-0
14 Marquette University High (Milwaukee, Wis.) 16 12-0-2
15 Jesuit (Portland, Ore.) 25 5-1-0
16 Glastonbury (Glastonbury, Conn.) NR 6-0-1
17 Smithtown West (Smithtown, N.Y.) 17 7-0-0
18 St. Charles East (St. Charles, Ill.) 21 10-0-3
19 Greenwich (Greenwich, Conn.) 23 6-0-1
20 Avon (Avon, Ind.) 24 14-0-1
21 Cumberland Valley (Mechanicsburg, Pa.) 18 12-0-1
22 Analy (Sebastapol, Calif.) RV 13-0-1
23 George Washington (Charleston, W.Va.) RV 13-0-0
24 Kettle Moraine (Wales, Wis.) RV 15-1-1
25 Norfolk Academy (Norfolk, Va.) RV 7-1-1


4 comments
  1. Ric Fonseca
    commented on: October 4, 2013 at 12:12 p.m.
    It is not surprising that on the above list are two California very probably private high schools and one from Oregon, the only three high schools west of the Continental Divide. This poll is not reflective and is somewhat farcical and biased in favor of the programs currently in competition and against the California Schools or other state scholastic Federations, given that virtually all of the Southern California schools that belong to the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF)- South, play the sport in the winter, actually starting around Thanksgiving and playing through February. The three "ranked West Coast schools, are more than likely private parochial schools that may not be member schools of the CIF and their competitive sphere of sports scholastic influence is very small. Therefore, I would hope that SA reviews its ranking processes and indicate the vast difference in scholastic soccer competition and rank the teams accordingly. But then again, I believe that I've been singing this tune now for quite some time, and it is not surprising that it is a continuation of the same old-same old....

  1. Ric Fonseca
    commented on: October 4, 2013 at 12:16 p.m.
    P.S. In my comment above, I failed to mention that while SA is the "vehicle" for printing the rankings, it is the very same coaches organization (for which I have been a member for more than 30 years) the National Soccer Coaches Association of America - NSCAA - that drives the vehicle, still though, these rankings are NOT very fair or reflective and representative.

  1. Ginger Peeler
    commented on: October 5, 2013 at 9:34 a.m.
    The standings are based on those teams that are playing now. When the west coast schools are in full swing, the east coast is done with snow covering the fields. So you have to have 2 completely different sets of standings every year, each based on the entirely different seasons the schools are playing. Does someone then take the records of both groups and try to arrange a final top 25 standing when the east and west coast seasons are done?

  1. Ginger Peeler
    commented on: October 5, 2013 at 9:43 a.m.
    Also, the article stipulates that these are the "high school fall" top 25 high school teams.


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