Fall boys' soccer state rankings, Week 10

October, 31, 2011
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The ESPNHS state rankings will be updated each Monday throughout the fall season.

NOTES: The fall season includes the following states: California (fall), Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Delaware, 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.

Rankings Through Oct. 30.

Top 10s
Illinois:
1. Quincy (23-2-0), 2. Morton (21-3-1), 3. Warren (21-3-3), 4. Naperville Central (17-4-0), 5. Boylan Catholic (26-1-0*), 6. Naperville North (21-1-1*), 7. Fremd (15-5-2), 8. Libertyville (17-4-1*), 9. Lyons (14-5-3*), 10. Peoria Notre Dame (19-5-0).

New Jersey: 1. St. Benedict's Prep (22-0-0), 2. Christian Brothers (17-0-0), 3. Pingry (17-0-0), 4. Ramapo (15-0-0), 5. Seton Hall Prep (17-1-0), 6. East Brunswick (16-0-1), 7. Cherokee (18-0-2), 8. Princeton (15-0-2), 9. Delbarton (17-2-0), 10. Chatham (17-1-1).

New York: 1. Martin Luther King (15-0-0), 2. Fayetteville-Manlius (16-0-1), 3. Monroe Woodbury (16-0-1), 4. Half Hollow Hills West (15-0-1), 5. St. Francis Prep (15-0-1), 6. Baldwinsville (16-1-0), 7. John Jay-EF (14-1-2), 8. Ward-Melville (13-2-1), 9. Sachem East (14-1-1), 10. Brentwood (13-2-1).

Pennsylvania: 1. Conestoga (17-0-1), 2. La Salle (15-1-0), 3. Pittsburgh Central Catholic (18-1-0), 4. Cumberland Valley (17-1-1), 5. Hempfield (19-2-1), 6. Central Bucks East (15-2-1), 7. Malvern Prep (13-2-2) 8. Holy Ghost Prep (15-1-1) 9. State College (14-1-1) 10. Haverford School (13-2-1).

Top 5s
California:
1. Sacramento Jesuit (21-1-4), 2. Granite Bay (18-3-3), 3. Analy (20-0-0), 4. Montgomery (17-3-4), 5. Davis (16-2-4).

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 (17-0-0), 2. Walter Johnson (13-0-1), 3. McDonogh (14-2-1), 4. Gilman (17-3-1), 5. Loyola (11-4-3).

Missouri: 1. Rockhurst (21-3-1), 2. Priory (21-0-0), 3. DeSmet (19-4-1), 4. Rock Bridge (22-3-0), 5. Chaminade (17-5-3).

North Carolina: 1. Green Hope (19-1-0), 2. Hough (19-1-2), 3. Myers Park (17-2-1), 4. Sanderson (19-2-2), 5. Charlotte Catholic (17-3-0).

Ohio: 1. St. Ignatius (18-1-0), 2. Beavercreek (19-0-1), 3. Dublin Scioto (18-0-0), 4. Dayton Carroll (19-0-0), 5. Avon (18-0-1).

Top 3s
Colorado:
1. Cherry Creek (17-0-0), 2. Denver East (15-2-0), 3. Regis Jesuit (12-2-3).

Connecticut: 1. Wethersfield (13-1-1), 2. South Windsor (11-1-2), 3. Pomperaug (15-0-1).

Kansas: 1. Washburn Rural (16-0-2), 2. Wichita Northwest (18-0-0), 3. Olathe South (15-3-0).

Kentucky: 1. St. Xavier (25-1-1), 2. Henry Clay (22-2-1), 3. Ryle (22-2-3).

Massachusetts: 1. Lincoln-Sudbury (13-0-2), 2. Sandwich (14-1-0), 3. Algonquin (15-1-1).

Michigan: 1. De La Salle (21-0-4), 2. Canton (22-1-2), 3. Eisenhower (20-1-2*).

Minnesota: 1. Eastview (19-0-1), 2. Prairie Seeds (18-0-2), 3. Minneapolis Southwest (15-3-1).

New Mexico: 1. La Cueva (16-2-0), 2. Eldorado (15-3-0), 3. Belen (19-0-0).

Oregon: 1. Sunset (10-2-1), 2. Westview (11-2-1), 3. Jesuit (8-3-3).

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

Top 2s
Delaware:
1. Salesianum (12-1-1) 2. St. Mark's (11-2-0).

Nevada: 1. Bishop Gorman (16-1-2), 2. Legacy (14-1-2).

New Hampshire: 1. Manchester Central (15-0-1), 2. Londonderry (14-1-1).

Top 1s
D.C.:
1. Gonzaga (10-3-2).

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

Maine: 1. Scarborough (13-1-2).

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

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

Rhode Island: 1. La Salle (11-1-5).

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

Vermont: 1. Burlington (11-1-2).

Virginia private: 1. Paul VI (9-5-0).

West Virginia: 1. Wheeling Park (19-0-3).

* - Indicates season is complete.

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