Week 10 is one for the record books

Updated: November 4, 2008, 1:07 PM ET
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It was quite the history-making week around the country in boys' soccer.

East Kentwood (Mich.) became the first school to repeat as Division I state champions in Michigan since the current format was enacted one year ago. Evansville Reitz Memorial extended its undefeated streak to 50 matches and became the first repeat state champion in Indiana in nearly a decade. Also, perennial national power St. Benedict's (N.J.) secured its 20th straight state title with a 2-0 victory over Lawrenceville Prep.

All three teams secured spots in the final ESPNRise.com Fab 50 Top 25, although much of the fall-playing country is still in action.

Rankings through matches played as of Sunday, Nov. 2.

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ESPN RISE FAB 50 BOYS' SOCCER RANKINGS: WEEK 10 (Nos. 1-25)
Rank School (City, State) Record Previous Rank Notes
1 Brentwood (Brentwood, N.Y.) 19-0-0 1 Hancell Guevara scored four goals last week, two each in wins over Connetquot (4-0) and West Islip (3-2), to keep the team perfect.
2 Sacramento Jesuit (Carmichael, Calif.) 25-0-1 2 Jesuit tied the California single-season record with its 20th shutout, a 3-0 win over Sheldon in the regular season finale.
3 St. Anthony's (Melville, N.Y.) 20-0-1 3 Orlando Castaneda delivered the match-winning goal in the second overtime as St. Anthony's captured the CHSAA championship with a 3-2 win over Chaminade.
4 Myers Park (Charlotte, N.C.) 21-0-0 5 Myers Park netted three goals in an eight-minute stretch as it routed Alexander Central 7-0 in a second-round playoff match. Eric Suarez, a freshman reserve, scored three goals.
5 St. Louis University High (St. Louis, Mo.) 24-2-0 6 Dominic Hewitt scored twice as SLUH opened up with a four-goal second half en route to a 4-0 victory over Marquette.
6 New Trier (Winnetka, Ill.) 19-1-0 7 The Trevians shut out Niles North (2-0) and Maine East (4-0) en route to this week's Super Sectional final against Waukegan.
7 Downingtown West (Downingtown, Pa.) 22-1-0 8 The long-awaited match with Lower Merion did not occur on the district level since Lower Merion was bounced in the semifinals. Downingtown West went on to win the district title and earn the top seed for the start of this week's state tournament.
8 Rancocas Valley (Mount Holly, N.J.) 17-1-1 4 Rancocas Valley suffered its first loss of the season to Moorestown, a team they had previously beaten. However, RV's win over St. Benedict's keeps the South jersey squad in the FAB 50 Top 10 for the playoff run.
9 St. Benedict's (Newark, N.J.) 20-1-0* 9 Season complete. New Jersey Prep A state champions. St. Benedict's won its 20th straight state title. Walter Rodriguez finished with a team-high 17 goals and 10 assists. The squad shut out 16 of 21 opponents with youth national team keeper Brandon Paul collecting 14 shutouts in 16 matches. The GrayBees ranking will be tied largely to the postseason showings of Lower Merion (Pa.) and Don Bosco Prep, a pair of teams St. Benedict's defeated 1-0.
10 Lexington (Lexington, Mass.) 18-0-0 10 Lexington's win over Burlington on Saturday gave the Boston-area's top-ranked team the first perfect season in the 30-year history of the Middlesex League.
11 Beacon (New York, N.Y.) 16-0-1 11 Caetano Sanchez scored the match-winning goal as Beacon advanced in the PSAL playoffs with a 1-0 victory over Bryant.
12 Pingry School (Martinsville, N.J.) 14-0-1 12 Brendan Burgdorf scored a pair of goals and took home the MVP honors as Pingry defeated Gill St. Bernard's 3-0 in the Somerset County Tournament final, Pingry's fifth straight title.
13 Reitz Memorial (Evansville, Ind.) 23-0-2* 13 Season complete. Indiana state champion. Reitz Memorial became the first program to repeat as Indiana state champion since the 1999 season. The Tigers bested Zionsville in PKs following a 2-2 draw. This year's squad was led by sophomore scoring sensation Max Lachowecki. The team won a bracket at the Gateway City Soccer Classic and carries a 50-match undefeated streak into 2009.
14 Norfolk Academy (Norfolk, Va.) 22-0-0 16 Jordan Cyrus scored three goals as the Bulldogs handled Bishop Sullivan 5-0 in the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association state tournament. The true test for NFA will start this week against St. Stephen's/St. Agnes, a team that was routed three times by Sidwell Friends (D.C.) and Episcopal.
15 Guilderland (Guilderland Center, N.Y.) 21-0-0 17 Sahr Nyuma scored twice as Guilderland reached the Section 2 final with a 2-1 win over Shaker.
16 St. Xavier (Louisville, Ky.) 20-1-0 20 Northwestern commit Kyle Schickel scored three goals as St. Xavier advanced to the state semifinals with a 6-2 victory over Oldham County in a match that featured five Division I commits, including a pair of players bound for Indiana University.
17 East Kentwood (Kentwood, Mich.) 23-1-3* 22 Season complete. Michigan Division I state champion. East Kentwood's 1-0 overtime victory over Livonia Stevenson made it the first school to repeat as the state's Division I champion since the inception of the current playoff format 11 years ago. The team, which was hit hard by graduation last year, returned with a defensively sound squad that posted 22 shutouts in 27 matches. Senior Bung Jin lee netted the game-winner with less than two minutes remaining in overtime.
18 Gonzaga (Washington, D.C.) 21-1-2* 18 Season complete. Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champion. The Eagles out-shot Bishop O'Connell 29-3 in the WCAC final and escaped with a 1-0 victory. The team's lone loss was at the hands of Regis Jesuit (Colo.) at the Jesuit Classic, which came after Gonzaga's victory over Rockhurst Jesuit (Mo.).
19 Maria Carrillo (Santa Rosa, Calif.) 16-0-3 24 The Pumas won the North Bay League title and start section playoff action this week as the top seed.
20 Anthony Wayne (Whitehouse, Ohio) 18-0-3 25 Anthony Wayne, the last remaining undefeated boys' team in Ohio Division I, faces St. Ignatius in this week's state semifinals.
21 McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.) 19-1-1 29 McDonogh carries an 18-match undefeated streak into Tuesday's clash with Archbishop Curley in the MIAA A Conference semifinals.
22 St. Ignatius (Cleveland, Ohio) 17-1-3 30 St. Ignatius advanced to the state semifinals with a 1-0 victory over Massillon Jackson. Vaughan Spurrier converted a penalty kick for the game-winning score.
23 Rock Canyon (Highlands Ranch, Colo.) 16-0-3 39 Rock Canyon, which went undefeated in a Class 5A League, battles Niwot for the Class 4A state title this week. Denver commit Alex Tarnocki scored twice in the team's 4-1 state semifinal win over Lewis-Palmer.
24 Windsor (Windsor, Calif.) 15-0-4 27 The Sonoma County League champions gear up for this week's section playoffs.
25 Algonquin (Northborough, Mass.) 15-0-1 43 Patrick Keller scored twice in the first five minutes as Algonquin remained undefeated with a 2-0 win over Westborough last week.

ESPN RISE FAB 50 BOYS' SOCCER RANKINGS: WEEK 10 (Nos. 26-50)
Rank School (City, State) Record Previous Rank
26 La Cueva (Albuquerque, N.M.) 20-2-0 31
27 Beavercreek (Beavercreek, Ohio) 19-1-1 50
28 Livonia Stevenson (Livonia, Mich.) 20-2-3* 28
29 Rockhurst Jesuit (Kansas City, Mo.) 21-4-0 32
30 Christian Brothers (St. Louis, Mo.) 22-4-0 33
31 Chaminade (Mineola, N.Y.) 15-3-3 34
32 Marquette (Milwaukee, Wis.) 19-2-1 35
33 Clarence (Clarence, N.Y.) 20-0-0 36
34 La Salle Academy (Providence, R.I.) 18-0-2 37
35 Marriotts Ridge (Marriottsville, Md.) 16-0-0 38
36 Central Catholic (Portland, Ore.) 13-1-1 40
37 John Jay (Hopewell Junction, N.Y.) 19-0-1 41
38 Guilford (Guilford, Conn.) 16-0-0 44
39 Glastonbury (Glastonbury, Conn.) 14-0-1 46
40 Winston Churchill (Bethesda, Md.) 12-0-2 NR
41 North Catholic (Philadelphia, Pa.) 14-1-3 NR
42 Homestead (Fort Wayne, Ind.) 21-1-2* 45
43 Saline (Saline, Mich.) 20-3-3* 42
44 St. John Vianney (St. Louis, Mo.) 21-4-1 47
45 Plymouth Salem (Canton, Mich.) 21-1-4* 48
46 Ramapo (Franklin Lakes, N.J.) 14-0-3 NR
47 New Hanover (Wilmington, N.C.) 20-2-1 NR
48 Denver East (Denver, Colo.) 17-2-0 NR
49 Dublin Jerome (Dublin, Ohio) 17-1-3 NR
50 Nequa Valley (Naperville, Ill.) 20-4-2 NR

* Season complete.