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Spring boys soccer state rankings, June 10

The state rankings are updated each Monday throughout the spring high school season. The ESR Top 50 is released each Tuesday, starting with the first Tuesday in March. These are the preseason spring rankings and do not reflect any matches played.

NOTES: The spring season includes the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Georgia, 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 through matches played as of June 9, 2013

Top 15
Georgia: 1. McIntosh (23-0-0*), 2. St. Pius (19-0-2*), 3. Dalton (22-0-0*), 4. Berkmar (16-5-1*), 5. East Coweta (19-1-1*), 6. Houston County (21-1-0*), 7. Starr’s Mill (16-5-1*), 8. Glynn Academy (18-1-1*), 9. Collins Hill (17-6-0*), 10. Harrison (17-4-0*), 11. Centennial (18-3-0*), 12. Lambert (16-4-0*), 13. South Gwinnett (11-5-1*), 14. Lassiter (16-1-0*), 15. Brookwood (12-4-3*).

Virginia: 1. Blacksburg (21-0-2*), 2. Mount Vernon (13-8-2*), 3. Cosby (17-4-1*), 4. Oakton (18-1-2*), 5. Lake Braddock (13-1-5*), 6. Forest Park (17-3-2*), 7. Midlothian (14-5-1*), 8. Mills Godwin (18-1-0*), 9. E.C. Glass (21-2-1*), 10. Tuscarora (21-2-2*), 11. W.T. Woodson (15-4-0*), 12. South Lakes (16-2-0*), 13. Herndon (9-3-3*), 14. James River (11-3-2*), 15. First Colonial (17-4-1*).

Top 10
Washington: 1. Jefferson (18-0-4*), 2. Union (16-3-4*), 3. Roosevelt (14-6-2*), 4. Inglemoor (12-3-1*), 5. Snohomish (19-3-0*), 6. Camas (15-5-0*), 7. Skyline (13-3-0*), 8 Bonny Lake (19-3-0*), 9. Shorecrest (16-4-4*), 10. Federal Way (16-3-0*).

Top 7s
Oklahoma: 1. Edmond North (15-2-0*), 2. Norman North (13-4-0*), 3. Jenks (12-3-1*), 4. Owasso (15-2-0*), 5. Norman (12-2-0*), 6. Broken Arrow (8-4-0*), 7. Union (8-3-0*).

South Carolina: 1. St. Joseph’s (18-3-0*), 2. Irmo (17-8-0*), 3. Lexington (17-10-1*), 4. Dutch Fork (17-6-1*), 5. Wando (22-1-0*), 6. Nation Ford (14-6-1*), 7. J.L. Mann (19-2-0*).

Top 5s
Alabama: 1. Vestavia Hills (29-1-1*), 2. Oak Mountain (21-3-1*), 3. Briarwood Christian (20-5-3*), 4. Athens (21-1-1*), 5. John Carroll (21-6-3*).

Nebraska: 1. Omaha South (23-0-0*), 2. Creighton Prep (17-4-0*), 3. Grand Island (15-1-0*), 4. Kearney (15-3-0*), 5. South Sioux City (16-2-0*).

Tennessee: 1. Franklin (18-0-2*), 2. Farragut (22-4-0*), 3. Father Ryan (13-4-3*), 4. Montgomery Bell Academy (14-1-1*), 5. Dobyns-Bennett (19-4-1*).

Top 3s
Iowa: 1. Iowa City West (20-1-0*), 2. Iowa City (17-3-0*), 3. Johnston (20-2-0*).

Utah: 1. Lehi (14-5-1*), 2. Brighton (17-2-0*), 3. Wasatch (20-0-0*).

Top 2
Arkansas: 1. Fort Smith Northside (25-1-0*), 2. Springdale (19-4-1*).

Top 1s
Alaska: 1. South Anchorage (15-3-1*).

Wyoming: 1. Laramie (13-4-1*).

* – Indicates season is complete.

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