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Monday, March 12, 2012
Spring boys' state rankings, March 12

By Sheldon Shealer

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 March 11.

Top 15s
Georgia:
1. Lassiter (9-0-0), 2. Centennial (6-1-0), 3. St. Pius (4-0-0), 4. McIntosh (8-0-0), 5. Mill Creek (6-0-0), 6. Parkview (3-2-2), 7. Gainesville (6-1-0), 8. Collins Hill (4-2-0), 9. Lambert (7-0-0), 10. East Coweta (5-1-0), 11. Wheeler (6-1-0), 12. Glynn Academy (8-0-0), 13. Westminster-Atlanta (5-0-1), 14. Peachtree Ridge (6-1-0), 15. Brookwood (5-2-0).

Virginia: 1. Blacksburg, 2. Herndon, 3. Cosby, 4. North Stafford, 5. Deep Run, 6. Frank Cox, 7. Osbourn Park, 8. West Springfield, 9. Jefferson Forest, 10. Thomas Dale, 11. Stone Bridge, 12. Washington-Lee, 13. Forest Park, 14. Lake Braddock, 15. Oakton.

Top 10s
Washington:
1. Todd Beamer, 2. Eastlake, 3. Snohomish, 4. Kentwood, 5. Bellarmine Prep, 6. Shorecrest, 7. Maryville-Pilchuck, 8. Camas, 9. Jackson, 10. Stadium.

Top 7s
Alabama:
1. Auburn (10-0-0), 2. Briarwood Christian (5-1-3), 3. Oak Mountain (8-2-1), 4. Vestavia Hills (9-2-0), 5. John Carroll (10-1-1), 6. Altamont (6-1-2), 7. St. Paul's Episcopal (9-2-2).

Oklahoma: 1. Jenks (2-0-0), 2. Union (2-0-0), 3. Norman (2-0-0), 4. Putnam City North (1-0-0), 5. Broken Arrow (0-2-0), 6. Bishop Kelley (4-1-0), 7. Norman North (1-0-0).

South Carolina: 1. Irmo (5-0-0), 2. Wando (6-1-0), 3. Cardinal Newman (4-0-0), 4. South Aiken (8-0-0), 5. Fort Mill (4-1-0), 6. Dutch Fork (4-1-0), 7. Eastside (2-1-0).

Tennessee: 1. Christian Brothers, 2. Science Hill, 3. CAK, 4. Maryville, 5. Houston, 6. Bearden, 7. Riverdale.

Top 3s
Iowa:
1. West Des Moines Valley, 2. Iowa City West, 3. Johnston.

Nebraska: 1. Creighton Prep, 2. Grand Island, 3. Lincoln East.

Utah: 1. Brighton (1-0-0), 2. Viewmont (2-0-0), 3. Alta (2-0-0).

Top 2s
Alaska:
1. South Anchorage, 2. Juneau Douglas.

Top 1s
Arkansas:
1. Little Rock Catholic.

Wyoming: 1. Laramie.

* - Schools without records are located in states that have yet to start spring play.