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Sunday, November 27, 2011
Fall girls' soccer state rankings, Final

By Sheldon Shealer

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), Connecticut, D.C., Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia (private), Washington, West Virginia. The number of ranking positions for each state is based on the size and competitiveness of the state.

FINAL RANKINGS, FALL 2011

Top 15s

Ohio: 1. Strongsville (21-2-0*), 2. Dublin Jerome (20-2-1*), 3. Massillon Jackson (14-1-5*), 4. Centerville (13-2-2*), 5. Brecksville (13-2-2*), 6. Milford (17-3-1*), 7. Beavercreek (17-2-1*), 8. Ursuline (16-1-3*), 9. St. Ursula (14-2-3*), 10. Northview Sylvania (13-5-2*), 11. Perrysburg (19-1-0*), 12. St. Francis De Sales (18-4-2*), 13. St. Ursula-Toledo (15-6-1*), 14. Walsh Jesuit (19-1-2*), 15. Solon (15-3-1*).

Top 10s

New Jersey: 1. Northern Highlands (24-0-0*), 2. Lenape (24-2-1*), 3. Montgomery (18-2-2*), 4. Pingry (20-1-1*), 5. Pennington School (15-1-2*), 6. Freehold Township (14-2-3*), 7. Red Bank Catholic (17-2-2*), 8. Ridge (16-5-3*), 9. Montclair (23-1-1*), 10. Ramapo (19-4-0*).

Pennsylvania: 1. Mars (25-0-1*), 2. Peters Township (20-3-1*), 3. Pennridge (24-2-0*), 4. Villa Joseph Marie (23-1-0*), 5. Upper St. Clair (20-3-1*), 6. Strath Haven (17-4-0*), 7. Owen J. Roberts (19-8-0*), 8. Council Rock North (18-4-0*), 9. Council Rock South (17-5-1*), 10. Conestoga (18-6-0*).

Top 7s

New York: 1. St. Anthony's (16-1-4*), 2. MacArthur (18-2-0*), 3. Arlington (19-3-1*), 4. Brockport (20-2-0*), 5. Ward Melville (15-2-2*), 6. Bethlehem (15-4-2*), 7. Washingtonville (18-2-0*).

Top 5s

Indiana: 1. Carmel (22-0-1*), 2. Hamilton Southeastern (20-1-2*), 3. Evansville Memorial (16-1-3*), 4. Noblesville (12-2-4*), 5. Columbus North (20-3-0*).

Maryland: 1. Good Counsel (19-1-0*), 2. McDonogh (16-3-0*), 3. Archbishop Spalding (14-6-1*), 4. John Carroll (14-3-1*), 5. Huntingtown (18-1-0*).

Massachusetts: 1. Peabody (22-0-2*), 2. Auburn (22-0-1*), 3. Canton (18-2-2*), 4. Oliver Ames (17-3-3*), 5. Bishop Feehan (18-1-1*).

Tennessee: 1. Franklin (24-0-0*), 2. Baylor School (19-1-0*), 3. Farragut (23-1-2*), 4. CAK (24-1-1*), 5. Houston (18-2-3*).

Washington: 1. Skyline (18-0-2*), 2. Seattle Prep (20-0-2*), 3. Liberty (18-2-0*), 4. Kentwood (17-2-1*), 5. Bellarmine Prep (17-3-1*).

Top 3s

California: 1. Maria Carrillo (22-1-0*), 2. Montgomery (13-6-3*), 3. Cardinal Newman (14-2-2*).

Connecticut: 1. Glastonbury (17-0-2*), 2. Northwest Catholic (19-0-1*), 3. Avon (16-1-2*).

Minnesota: 1. Wayzata (18-2-2*), 2. Lakeville North (18-1-2*), 3. Blake School (21-1-0*).

New Mexico: 1. La Cueva (17-5-0*), 2. Sandia (18-2-0*), 3. Volcano Vista (17-4-0*).

Oregon: 1. Tualatin (19-0-0*), 2. Sunset (14-3-2*), 3. Westview (13-3-2*).

Utah: 1. Alta (19-1-0*), 2. Viewmont (18-2-0*), 3. Timpanogos (17-1-2*).

Top 2s

Kentucky: 1. Notre Dame (24-3-0*), 2. Sacred Heart (13-11-3*).

Virginia private: 1. Bishp Ireton (12-3-1*), 2. Bishop O'Connell (9-5-1*).

Top 1s

D.C.: 1. St. John's (11-2-1*).

Idaho: 1. Bishop Kelly (22-0-0*).

Maine: 1. Bangor (18-0-0*).

Montana: 1. Billings Senior (12-0-3*).

Nevada: 1. South Tahoe, Calif. (21-1-0*).

New Hampshire: 1. Exeter (17-2-0*).

Rhode Island: 1. La Salle Academy (20-0-2*).

South Dakota: 1. Aberdeen Central (10-2-1*).

Vermont: 1. Champlain Valley Union (16-1-1*).

West Virginia: 1. Morgantown (19-1-2*).

* - Indicates season is complete.