Fall boys' soccer state rankings, Final

November, 28, 2011
11/28/11
12:49
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These are the final ESPNHS State Rankings for the high school fall season of 2011.

NOTES: The fall season includes the following states: California (fall), Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Delaware, Georgia (GISA-fall), Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, Virginia (private), West Virginia, Wisconsin. The number of ranking positions for each state is based on the size and competitiveness of the state.

FALL RANKINGS, FINAL 2011

Top 15s
New York:
1. Martin Luther King (19-0-0*), 2. Hicksville (16-1-1*), 3. Francis Lewis (18-1-0*), 4. Webster Schroeder (20-2-1*), 5. Brentwood (17-3-1*), 6. Fordham Prep (14-3-5*), 7. St. Francis Prep (17-1-1*), 8. Newburgh Free Academy (16-5-1*), 9. Monroe Woodbury (16-1-1*), 10. Shenendehowa (18-2-0*), 11. Baldwinsville (18-2-0*), 12. Fayetteville-Manlius (17-1-1*), 13. Vestal (17-1-0*), 14. Ward Melville (14-3-1*), 15. West Islip (16-2-2*).

Top 10s
Illinois:
1. Morton (24-3-1*), 2. Naperville Central (19-5-0*), 3. Naperville North (21-1-1*), 4. Fremd (17-6-2*), 5. Libertyville (17-4-1*), 6. Warren (22-5-3*), 7. Boylan Catholic (26-1-0*), 8. Quincy (23-3-0*), 9. Mather (21-3-1*), 10. Lyons (14-5-3*).

New Jersey: 1. St. Benedict's Prep (24-0-0*), 2. Christian Brothers (21-0-0*), 3. Cherokee (25-0-2*), 4. Ramapo (21-1-0*), 5. Bridgewater-Raritan (21-3-0*), 6. Scotch Plains (21-3-0*), 7. Timber Creek (19-4-3*), 8. Chatham (21-2-1*), 9. Delbarton (19-4-1*), 10. Pingry (18-1-1*).


Pennsylvania: 1. Conestoga (24-0-1*), 2. Council Rock North (18-6-1*), 3. Upper St. Clair (20-2-2*), 4. State College (17-2-1*), 5. Central Bucks East (18-4-1*), 6. Central Dauphin (19-4-2*), 7. Hempfield (22-4-1*), 8. Cumberland Valley (18-3-1*), 9. Haverford School (18-2-1*), 10. Lancaster Mennonite (23-3-0*).

Top 5s
California:
1. Montgomery (21-3-3*), 2. Davis (18-2-4*), 3. Sacramento Jesuit (24-2-4*), 4. Bella Vista (18-3-1*), 5. Granite Bay (19-4-3*).

Indiana: 1. Canterbury School (18-1-4*), 2. Crown Point (16-6-2*), 3. Columbus North (18-3-2*), 4. Avon (16-3-4*), 5. Carmel (15-1-2*).

Maryland: 1. DeMatha (20-0-0*), 2. McDonogh (18-2-1*), 3. Gilman (18-4-1*), 4. Loyola (11-5-3*), 5. Bowie (13-5-0*).

Michigan: 1. Canton (24-1-2*), 2. De La Salle (21-1-4*), 3. Eisenhower (20-1-2*), 4. Grand Haven (18-2-3*), 5. Troy (18-3-1*).

Missouri: 1. Priory (27-0-0*), 2. DeSmet (28-4-1*), 3. Oakville (21-8-1*), 4. Rock Bridge (28-4-0*), 5. Francis Howell (21-5-0*).

North Carolina: 1. Green Hope (25-1-0*), 2. Myers Park (22-3-1*), 3. Cardinal Gibbons (24-2-1*), 4. Wesleyan Christian (22-1-0*), 5. Charlotte Catholic (22-4-0*).

Ohio: 1. St. Ignatius (22-1-0*), 2. Dayton Carroll (23-0-0*), 3. Olentangy Liberty (16-3-3*), 4. Beavercreek (21-1-1*), 5. Copley (15-3-4*).

Top 3s
Colorado:
1. Denver East (18-2-0*), 2. Heritage (14-6-0*), 3. Cherry Creek (17-1-0*).

Connecticut: 1. Bunnell (20-2-2*), 2. Pomperaug (21-1-1*), 2. Trumbill (18-2-4*).

Kansas: 1. Wichita Northwest (21-0-0*), 2. Olathe South (17-4-0*), 3. Washburn Rural (18-1-2*).

Kentucky: 1. St. Xavier (27-1-1*), 2. Henry Clay (22-3-1*), 3. Ryle (23-3-3*).

Massachusetts: 1. Ludlow (17-2-4*), 2. Worcester North (19-2-0*), 3. Groton-Dunstable (20-1-1*).

Minnesota: 1. Eden Prairie (16-3-3*), 2. Benile-St. Margaret's (21-2-1*), 3. Eastview (20-1-1*).

New Mexico: 1. Eldorado (18-3-0*), 2. La Cueva (18-3-0*), 3. Farmington (21-2-0*).

Oregon: 1. Westview (16-2-1*), 2. Woodburn (18-1-0*), 3. Grant (14-3-2*).

Wisconsin: 1. Milwaukee Marquette (24-0-1*), 2. Middleton (21-4-1*) 3. Brookfield East (20-5-0*).

Top 2s
Delaware:
1. Salesianum (17-1-1*), 2. St. Mark's (16-3-0*).

Nevada: 1. Legacy (19-1-2*), 2. Centennial (17-4-0*).

New Hampshire: 1. Manchester Central (18-0-1*), 2. Londonderry (16-2-1*).

West Virginia: 1. George Washington (18-1-6*), 2. Charleson Catholic (23-0-2*).

Top 1s
D.C.:
1. Gonzaga (12-4-2*).

Georgia-GISA: 1. John Milledge.

Idaho: 1. Boise (19-1-0*).

Maine: 1. Windham (16-2-0*).

Montana: 1. Hellgate (10-1-5*).

North Dakota: 1. Century (15-3-0*).

Rhode Island: 1. La Salle (15-1-5*).

South Dakota: 1. SF Lincoln (11-1-1*).

Vermont: 1. South Burlington (13-5-1*).

Virginia private: 1. Episcopal (13-6-4*).

* - Indicates season is complete.

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