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Fall boys soccer state rankings, Nov. 5

The state rankings are updated each Monday throughout the fall high school season. The ESR Top 50 is released each Tuesday.

NOTES: The fall season includes the following states: California (fall), Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Delaware, Georgia (GISA-fall), 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 reflect matches play through Nov. 4, 2012

Top 10s
Illinois: 1. Peoria Notre Dame (22-2-2*), 2. Warren (21-5-3*), 3. Naperville Central (23-2-0*), 4. St. Charles East (20-3-1*), 5. Urbana (21-3-0*), 6. Edwardsville (17-5-2*), 7. Sandburg (19-6-3*), 8 Stevenson (19-5-1*), 9 Libertyville (17-3-1*), 10 St. Viator (21-4-3*).

New York: 1. Brentwood (16-0-0), 2. St. Anthony’s (14-2-2), 3. Martin Luther King (16-1-0), 4. Clarence (18-0-0), 5. Archbishop Molloy (13-1-0), 6. Deer Park (15-0-1), 7. Chaminade (9-2-5), 8. Massapequa (10-1-1), 9. Hicksville (12-1-3), 10. Lockport (16-1-0*).

Top 7s
New Jersey: 1. St. Benedict’s Prep (16-0-0), 2. Delbarton (19-1-0), 3. Ramapo (16-0-1), 4. Scotch Plains (17-1-2), 5. Pingry (13-1-4), 6. Ocean Township (17-1-1), 7. Pennington School (17-2-1).

Pennsylvania: 1. Abington (14-4-1), 2. La Salle (18-2-1), 3. Stroudsburg (21-2-0), 4. Canon McMillan (18-4-0), 5. Upper St. Clair (18-2-1), 6. Cumberland Valley (21-3-0), 7. Central Bucks East (16-5-1).

Top 5s
California: 1. Sacramento Jesuit (25-1-1), 2. Maria Carrillo (21-0-2), 3. Marin Academy (19-1-2), 4. Bella Vista (18-0-2), 5. Tamalpais (18-3-3).

Indiana: 1. Columbus North (17-1-4*), 2. Warsaw (13-9-2*), 3. Center Grove (18-3-1*), 4. Evansville Memorial (19-4-0*), 5. Canterbury (16-6-1*).

Maryland: 1. DeMatha (16-1-1*), 2. Archbishop Curley (14-3-2), 3. Loyola (13-3-2), 4. Marriotts Ridge (14-0-0), 5. McDonogh (11-3-3).

Michigan: 1. East Kentwood (22-1-4*), 2. Brighton (16-2-4*), 3. Rockford (17-3-4*), 4. Grand Blanc (14-5-2*), 5. Novi (15-4-3*).

Missouri: 1. Chaminade (22-2-2), 2. Lee’s Summit North (19-2-2), 3. St. Dominic (18-6-0), 4. Christian Brothers (22-5-1), 5. Kickapoo (21-3-0).

North Carolina: 1. Wesleyan Christian (25-0-0*), 2. Sanderson (24-1-2), 3. Greensboro Day (17-3-1*), 4. Green Hope (20-2-0), 5. Fayetteville Academy (20-2-2*).

Ohio: 1. Olentangy Liberty (20-1-0), 2. Aurora (16-3-2), 3. St. Edward (15-2-4*), 4. St. Ignatius (15-1-3*), 5. Mason (16-2-1).

Top 3s
Colorado: 1. Smoky Hill (14-1-5), 2. Cherry Creek (11-6-4), 3. Fairview (14-3-3).

Connecticut: 1. Norwalk (15-1-1), 2. Bacon Academy (16-0-0), 3. Montville (15-1-0).

Kansas: 1. Bishop Miege (18-2-1*), 2. St. Thomas Aquinas (12-4-3*), 3. Washburn Rural (18-2-1*).

Kentucky: 1. St. Xavier (27-0-2*), 2. Dunbar (25-4-0*), 3. Trinity (20-2-1*).

Massachusetts: 1. Masconomet (17-0-2), 2. Somerville (17-0-2), 3. Needham (16-1-3).

Minnesota: 1. Eastview (15-2-5*), 2. Stillwater (15-2-4*), 3. Rochester Lourdes (22-1-0*).

New Mexico: 1. La Cueva (14-4-0), 2. Eldorado (13-4-1), 3. Volcano Vista (15-3-0).

Oregon: 1. Jesuit (13-1-1), 2. Central Catholic (11-0-3), 3. Clackamas (14-1-1).

Wisconsin: 1. Milwaukee Marquette (23-1-2*), 2. Kettle Moraine (17-6-3*) 3. Eau Claire Memorial (21-3-1*).

Top 2s
Delaware: 1. Salesianum (13-1-0) 2. Charter School (13-1-1).

D.C.: 1. Gonzaga (18-1-1*), 2. St. Albans (15-2-1*).

Nevada: 1. Bishop Gorman (12-2-2), 2. Las Vegas Tech (21-0-0).

New Hampshire: 1. Manchester Central (15-4-1*), 2. Hanover (17-3-0*).

West Virginia: 1. Hurricane (21-0-1), 2. Charleston Catholic (21-0-2).

Top 1s
Idaho: 1. Post Falls (17-1-1*).

Maine: 1. Scarborough (16-0-2*).

Montana: 1. Bozeman (13-2-0*).

North Dakota: 1. Century (15-2-1*).

Rhode Island: 1. Barrington (12-0-4).

South Dakota: 1. Yankton (10-2-1*).

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

Virginia private: 1. Paul VI (11-5-0).

*-Indicates season complete.

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