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Monday, April 30, 2012
Spring girls' soccer state rankings, April 30

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, California (spring sections), Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, Wisconsin 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 April 29.

Top 15
Illinois: 1. Loyola (17-0-1), 2. Naperville Central (17-1-1), 3. Naperville North (15-1-0), 4. New Trier (14-2-1), 5. Lake Forest (10-3-2), 6. Metea Valley (13-3-0), 7. Plainfield North (13-3-1), 8. Neuqua Valley (13-4-2), 9. Waubonsie Valley (9-4-3), 10. Downers Grove South (10-4-3), 11. Geneva (11-4-4), 12. Conant (13-3-0), 13. Lyons (9-2-4), 14. Quincy Notre Dame (15-0-0), 15. Barrington (12-5-0).

Top 7s
Georgia:
1. Whitewater (14-0-1), 2. St. Pius (15-1-1), 3. Milton (17-1-0), 4. McIntosh (15-2-1), 5. Marist (15-1-2), 6. Pope (17-1-0), 7. Blessed Trinity (11-3-2).

North Carolina: 1. Green Hope (18-0-0), 2. Hough (18-0-1), 3. Leesville Road (19-1-1), 4. Millbrook (16-1-0), 5. Lake Norman (18-1-0), 6. Ardrey Kell (14-2-1), 7. Charlotte Latin (13-1-0).

Virginia: 1. Forest Park (11-0-0), 2. Frank Cox (11-0-2), 3. Chantilly (9-1-1), 4. Kellam (10-1-1), 5. Blacksburg (11-0-0), 6. Stone Bridge (7-1-2), 7. W.T. Woodson (6-0-3).

Top 5s
Colorado:
1. Fossil Ridge (12-0-1), 2. Mountain Vista (10-1-1), 3. Cheyenne Mountain (13-0-0), 4. Green Mountain (12-0-1), 5. Columbine (10-1-0).

Michigan: 1. Northville (8-0-3), 2. Novi (5-1-3), 3. Eisenhower (9-0-0), 4. Plymouth (4-1-3), 5. Canton (4-1-3).

Missouri: 1. St. Dominic (17-1-0), 2. St. Teresa's (11-2-0), 3. Lee's Summit North (13-3-0), 4. Cor Jesu (13-2-0), 5. Eureka (13-1-0).

Oklahoma: 1. Jenks (13-0-0), 2. Bishop Kelley (13-0-0), 3. Union (8-2-2), 4. Edmond Memorial (11-2-0), 5. Norman North (10-3-0).

Top 3s
Alabama:
1. Oak Mountain (24-2-0), 2. Auburn (19-2-2), 3. Huntsville (22-1-0).

California: 1. St. Mary's (24-1-0), 2. Marin Catholic (14-0-4), 3. Folsom (11-0-3).

Iowa: 1. Ankeny (8-0-0), 2. Iowa City West (8-1-0), 3. Cedar Rapids Kennedy (7-1-0).

Kansas: 1. Olathe East (12-0-0), 2. Blue Valley West (10-1-1), 3. St. Thomas Aquinas (7-3-1).

Nebraska: 1. Marian (14-1-0), 2. Millard North (14-2-0), 3. Lincoln Southeast (14-1-0).

Pennsylvania: 1. Cumberland Valley (13-2-0), 2. Red Land (13-2-1), 3. Mechanicsburg (12-1-1).

South Carolina: 1. T.L. Hanna (20-1-0), 2. Wando (15-1-0), 3. Lexington (16-4-0).

Wisconsin: 1. Cedarburg (6-0-0), 2. Waunakee (10-0-2), 3. Brookfield Central (7-1-0).

Top 1
Alaska:
1. Dimond (7-0-1).

Arkansas: 1. Bentonville (10-4-2).

Delaware: 1. Padua (9-0-0).

North Dakota: 1. Fargo Shanley (7-0-1).

Wyoming: 1. Sheridan (11-1-2).