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NSCAA High School Spring Boys Final Top 20
June 21st, 2013 5:55PM
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[RANKINGS] McIntosh High School of Peachtree, Ga., finished the spring season with a 23-0-0 record to capture the top spot in the NSCAA High School Spring Boys Final Top 20. The Chiefs won the Georgia Class AAAAA championship with a 2-0 win over Houston County with goals in the first and last 10 minutes of the match. It was their first state championship since 2007 and fourth overall.

No. 2 Omaha South completed a perfect season with a 1-0 win over Creighton Prep 1-0 in the Nebraska Class A championship match that drew 8,200 fans at Creighton University's Morrison Stadium, setting a stadium record.

No. 3  Blacksburg beat E.C. Glass 3-0 to win its record 12th Virginia championship in the VHSL Group AA final.

NSCAA High School Spring Boys Final Top 20:
RANK SCHOOL (CITY) TEAM
1 McIntosh (Peachtree City, Ga.) 1 23-0-0
2 Omaha South (Omaha, Neb.) 2 23-0-0
3 Blacksburg (Blacksburg, Va.) NR 21-0-2
4 St. Pius X (Atlanta, Ga.) 4 19-0-2
5 Dalton (Dalton, Ga.) 15 22-0-0
6 Franklin (Franklin, Tenn.) 7 18-0-2
7 Iowa City West (Iowa City, Iowa) NR 20-1-0
7 Thomas Jefferson (Auburn, Wash.) 12 18-0-4
9 Vestavia Hills (Birmingham, Ala.) 9 29-1-1
10 Houston County (Warner Robins, Ga.) RV 21-1-0
11 Edmond North (Edmond, Okla.) 11 15-2-0
11 Wando (Mount Pleasant, S.C.) 10 22-1-0
13 Norman North (Norman, Okla.) NR 14-3-0
14 Snohomish (Snohomish, Wash.) NR 19-3-0
15 Creighton Prep (Omaha, Neb.) 19 17-4-0
16 Hilton Head Island (Hilton Head Island, S.C.) NR 22-4-0
17 Berkmar (Lilburn, Ga.) NR 16-5-1
18 Northside (Fort Smith, Ark.) NR 25-1-0
19 Iowa City (Iowa City, Iowa) NR 17-3-0
20 Cosby (Midlothian, Va.) NR 17-4-1


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