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Spring boys' soccer state rankings, June 4

6/4/2012

The ESPNHS spring state rankings will be released every Monday throughout the spring season. The POWERADE FAB 50 rankings appear on Tuesday afternoons.

NOTES: The spring season includes the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Iowa, Nebraska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Wyoming. The number of ranking positions for each state is based on the size and competitiveness of the state.

Rankings reflect matches played through June 2.

Top 15s

Georgia:
1. Lambert (23-0-0*), 2. Collins Hill (18-4-0*), 3. Centennial (20-2-1*), 4. Brookwood (17-4-0*), 5. Lassiter (17-3-1*), 6. Greenbrier (20-2-0*), 7. Parkview (16-4-2*), 8. McIntosh (17-3-1*), 9. Starr's Mill (17-3-2*), 10. Woodward Academy (18-3-1*), 11. Gainesville (19-2-1*), 12. St. Pius (17-3-1*), 13. Mill Creek (15-5-0*), 14. East Coweta (16-4-0*), 15. Southeast Whitfield (16-1-1*).

Virginia: 1. Cosby (16-1-3), 2. Thomas Dale (19-1-1), 3. Jefferson Forest (18-0-1), 4. Blacksburg (20-1-0), 5. Mills Godwin (18-1-1*), 6. Robinson (13-3-2), 7. Deep Run (15-3-1*), 8. Albemarle (18-4-1), 9. Colonial Forge (19-3-0), 10. Osbourn Park (17-2-0*), 11. Mount Vernon (14-2-2*), 12. Langley (14-4-1*), 13. Lake Braddock (10-9-1), 14. West Springfield (13-4-1*), 15. Oakton (11-4-1*).

Top 10

South Carolina:
1. J.L. Mann (23-2-1*), 2. Wando (27-4-0*), 3. Fort Mill (25-3-0*), 4. South Aiken (25-3-0*), 5. Academic Magnet (22-2-0*), 6. St. Joseph's (21-4-1*), 7. Clover (17-5-0*), 8. Irmo (23-4-0*), 9. Eastside (17-3-0*), 10. Christ Church (20-5-0*).

Tennessee: 1. Brentwood (19-1-2*), 2. CAK (22-1-1*), 3. Baylor (12-3-4*), 4. Christian Brothers (15-2-0*), 5. Riverdale (14-3-3*), 6. Collierville (14-5-4*), 7. Bearden (17-4-5*), 8. Dobyns-Bennett (17-4-3*), 9. Ravenwood (18-4-4*), 10. Franklin (12-3-6*).

Top 7s

Alabama:
1. Auburn (26-1-1*), 2. Oak Mountain (21-4-2*), 3. Vestavia Hills (26-3-0*), 4. John Carroll (27-3-1*), 5. Briarwood Christian (16-5-3*), 6. Altamont (20-3-4*), 7. St. Paul's Episcopal (23-4-4*).

Oklahoma: 1. Norman North (17-0-0*), 2. Union (13-2-1*), 3. Owasso (12-2-0*), 4. Broken Arrow (9-4-0*), 5. Jenks (12-3-0*), 6. Edmond North (13-3-0*), 7. Norman (11-4-0*).

Washington: 1. Skyview (16-4-0*), 2. Central Kitsap (17-1-2*), 3. Bellarmine Prep (15-2-2*), 4. Snohomish (17-1-1*), 5. Bainbridge (18-2-4*), 6. Shorewood (20-1-0*), 7. Fife (21-0-0*).

Top 5s

Nebraska:
1. Creighton Prep (22-1-0*), 2. Skutt Catholic (20-1-0*), 3. South Sioux City (19-2-0*), 4. Omaha Westside (15-7-0*), 5. Omaha South (16-6-0*).

Top 3s

Iowa:
1. Iowa City West (21-1-0*), 2. Johnston (19-3-0*), 3. Bettendorf (16-3-0*).

Utah: 1. Davis (16-3-1*), 2. Brighton (17-2-0*), 3. Weber (15-2-2*).

Top 2s

Arkansas:
1. Springdale (19-1-0*), 2. Little Rock Catholic (18-5-0*).

Top 1s

Alaska:
1. Dimond (16-1-0*).

Wyoming: 1. Jackson (16-0-1*).

* - indicates season complete.