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May 9th, 2007 7AM
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Greenville (S.C.) High School and Apex (N.C.) High School are the top ranked boys and girls teams in the latest NSCAA/adidas High School Spring Rankings.

Greenville's Raiders advanced to the championship match of South Carolina's Upper State Class AAA playoffs with a 3-0 win over Eastside High School on Saturday.

Apex, led by sisters Jennifer and Stephanie Partenheimer, moves into the North Carolina state tournament Wednesday with a first-round game against Northern Durham.

BOYS RANKINGS
TEAM PREVIOUS RANK W-L-T
1 Greenville (Greenville, S.C.) 1 24-0-0
2 McIntosh (Peachtree City, Ga.) 2 19-0-2
3 Shorecrest (Seattle, Wash.) 3 16-0-1
3 Millard North (Omaha, Neb.) 4 19-0-0
5 Greenbrier (Evans, Ga.) 6 20-1-0
5 Broken Arrow (Broken Arrow, Okla.) 9 12-1-2
7 Thomas Dale (Chester, Va.) 5 11-0-0
8 Snohomish (Snohomish, Wash.) 7 14-1-0
9 John Carroll (Birmingham, Ala.) 15 24-0-1
9 Cheney (Cheney, Wash.) 10 17-0-0
11 Union (Tulsa, Okla.) 14 15-2-0
12 Olympus (Salt Lake City, Utah) NR 11-2-0
13 Catholic (Little Rock, Ark.) 16 19-1-2
14 Northwestern (Rock Hill, S.C.) NR 23-3-0
15 Chattahoochee (Alpharetta, Ga.) 11 15-1-0
16 Bellarmine Prep (Tacoma, Wash.) 17 12-1-0
17 Putnam City North (Oklahoma City, Okla.) NR 13-1-0
17 Millard South (Omaha, Neb.) RV 17-4-0
19 Montgomery Bell Academy (Nashville, Tenn.) 13 9-0-2
20 Lincoln East (Lincoln, Neb.) NR 14-3-0

GIRLS RANKINGS
TEAM PREVIOUS RANK W-L-T
1 Apex (Apex, N.C.) 3 20-0-2
2 Novi (Novi, Mich.) 2 11-0-1
3 Sonora (Sonora, Calif.) 4 23-1-1
4 Parkview (Lilburn, Ga.) 5 20-1-0
5 St. Thomas Aquinas (Overland Park, Kan.) 1 12-1-0
6 Waubonsie Valley (Aurora, Ill.) 7 20-0-1
7 Providence Day School (Charlotte, N.C.) 12 16-0-3
8 Council Rock South (Holland, Pa.) 8 12-3-0
9 Folsom (Folsom, Calif.) 10 18-1-5
10 Nerinx Hall (St. Louis, Mo.) NR 18-1-0
11 Riverside (Greer, S.C.) NR 26-2-0
12 North Penn (Lansdale, Pa.) 13 14-2-0
13 Rochester (Rochester, Mich.) NR 11-0-0
14 First Colonial (Virginia Beach, Va.) NR 12-0-0
15 Padua Academy (Wilmington, Del.) NR 9-0-0
16 Olathe East (Olathe, Kan.) NR 11-0-1
17 Heritage (Littleton, Colo.) NR 14-1-0
18 The Marist School (Atlanta, Ga.) NR 19-2-0
18 Incarnate Word Academy (St. Louis, Mo.) 6 16-2-1
20 Neuqua Valley (Naperville, Ill.) NR 16-3-0



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