TOP STORY: Three surprise champions in Michigan resulted in a slight reshuffling of the rankings, but much of the drama already was removed as the Top 10 teams were finished before the final weekend of spring play. Green Hope (Cary, N.C.) becomes the third school from North Carolina to claim an ESR Top 50 No. 1 final spring ranking, joining Hough (Charlotte, N.C.) and Broughton (Raleigh, N.C.). North Carolina and Illinois, each with three, are the only states to have multiple schools claim national titles.
The following are the ESR Top 50 All-Time No. 1 teams:
2013: Green Hope (Cary, N.C.)
2012: Hough (Cornelius, N.C.)
2011: Novi (Novi, Mich.)
2010: Stone Bridge (Ashburn, Va.)
2009: Chatfield (Littleton, Colo.)
2008: Waubonsie Valley (Aurora, Ill.)
2007: Waubonsie Valley (Aurora, Ill.)
2006: Novi (Novi, Mich.)
2005: Neuqua Valley (Naperville, Ill.)
2004: New Trier (Winnetka, Ill.)
2003: Broughton (Raleigh, N.C.)
2002: St. Joseph’s Academy (St. Louis, Mo.)
2001: Broughton (Raleigh, N.C.)
2000: Broughton (Raleigh, N.C.)
BIG MOVER: Several teams moved up two spots this week as a result of the Michigan state tournament surprise results.
NEWCOMERS: No. 48 Catholic Memorial (Waukesha, Wis.), No. 49 Stratford Academy (Macon, Ga.) and No. 50 Gull Lake (Richland, Mich.).
NOTES: The spring season includes the following states: Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California (spring), Colorado, Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Georgia, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
Final rankings for the 2013 spring high school season.
|Rk.||School (City, State)||Record||Prev.|
|1||Green Hope (Cary, N.C.)||28-0-0||1|
| Season complete. North Carolina Class 4A state champion.
School Facts: Public, 2,275 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Virginia signee and Youth National Team member Alexi Shaffer scored Green Hope’s first goal, and junior Kenley Sigmon added the clincher late in the match as Green Hope capped a perfect season with a 2-0 victory over Hough. It marked the second straight year these teams played for the Class 4A state title and the second straight time the winner ended up as No. 1 in the national rankings Last year Hough stunned then No. 1 Green Hope in a No. 1 vs. No. 2 meeting. Over the past two seasons, Green Hope has gone 53-1. This year, Green Hope pinned the only two losses on Millbrook, defeated 3A state champion Cardinal Gibbons and posted wins over New Bern and Leesville Road, which are ranked among the coaches state top 10 in Class 4A. The team outscored its opponents 149-15 with 17 shutouts. Green Hope featured a loaded senior class led by Shaffer, the state final MVP, who has signed with Virginia, and Alexis Degler, who signed with Ohio State. The rest of the senior signees include Cam Sigmon (College of Charleston), Calli McClain (UNC Wilmington), Morgan Vezina (Old Dominion), Sydney Curtis (Virginia Tech) and Mo McDonnell (Virginia Commonwealth). Five members of this year’s Green Hope squad have played for two-time ECNL national club champion CASL Chelsea. Green Hope is the fourth different Raleigh-area school to win a Class 4A crown since the state went to four classes in 1998, and those schools have combined for 12 of the past 16 state titles in the classification.
Fun Fact: Green Hope’s boys’ soccer team won the Class 4A state title in the fall, making Green Hope the only school to win both large-school soccer state titles during the same school year in North Carolina soccer history. Marvin Ridge (3A, 2009-10), Cardinal Gibbons (2A, 2006-07), Charlotte Catholic (Class 1A/2A, 2001-02) and Ragsdale (Class 1A/2A/3A, 1995-96) accomplished the feat in other classifications.
|2||Naperville North (Naperville, Ill.)||22-0-2||2|
| Season complete. Illinois Class 3A state champion.
School Facts: Public, 3,150 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Kentucky signee Zoe Swift scored both goals as Naperville North repeated as state champions with a 2-1 win over Hinsdale Central in the final. Naperville North knocked off Buffalo Grove 2-0 in the semifinals on goals by Meghan Lee and Abbie Boswell. Naperville North ended the season with a 36-match undefeated streak, which is the longest active streak among spring season girls’ soccer programs. In addition to Swift, senior defender Angela Widlacki signed with Penn State, and senior midfielders Christa Szalach (Purdue), Maria Grygleski (Northwestern) and Cora Climo (Bucknell) also have signed. Boswell, a sophomore, has committed to Ball State. Boswell led the team with 28 goals, followed by Swift with 17 and Szalach with 13.
Fun Fact: Naperville North graduates and brothers Jerry Hairston Jr. and Scott Hairston are current Major League Baseball players. Both were born while their father, Jerry Hairston Sr. was playing for the Chicago White Sox. The Hairstons are one of only three families to have produced three generations of Major League Baseball players.
|3||Ankeny (Ankeny, Iowa)||22-0-0||3|
| Season complete. Iowa Class 3-A state champion.
School Facts: Public, 1,600 students in grades 10-12.
Notes: Junior Sarah Brandt scored the lone goal as Ankeny closed a chapter in a storied soccer run as the team edged Dowling Catholic 1-0 in the state final. This was the final match for a unified Ankeny High School as next year Ankeny Centennial opens. Coach Chris Allen, who has guided the program to two state titles in the past three years, is moving over to Centennial. This year’s Ankeny team featured five players who have signed or committed to NCAA Division I programs: Mary Brandt (Northern Iowa), Amber Nieland (Northern Iowa), Nikkie Inskeep (South Dakota State), Aubree Larson (Iowa) and Sarah Brandt (Northern Iowa).
Fun Fact: Connie Yori is an Ankeny alum. She is the Nebraska women’s basketball head coach and winner of the 2010 Naismith College Coach of the Year.
|4||Deep Run (Glen Allen, Va.)||22-0-1||4|
| Season complete. Virginia Group AAA state champion.
School Facts: Public, 1,900 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Penn State commit Elizabeth Ball, a junior, scored both goals, including one in the closing minutes, as Deep Run edged Battlefield 2-1 in the state final. The victory marked the first for Deep Run and second AAA title in a row for the Richmond area after not having any the previous 27 years. Junior keeper Kelsey Kilgore also has committed to Penn State. Kilgore made a clutch save in the final minute to secure the win.
Fun Fact: Deep Run hosts the annual “Dancing together … changing lives forever” marathon dance, which lasts 27 hours and raises money for various charities. Since 2007, the event has raised more than $700,000.
|5||St. Dominic (O’Fallon, Mo.)||26-0-1||5|
| Season complete. Missouri Class 2 state champion.
School Facts: Private, 800 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Nicole Billmeyer and Emily Monroe scores the goals as St. Dominic defeated Helias Catholic 2-0 in the state final, capping an undefeated season. The result came a day after knocking off Top 25-ranked Kearney 2-1 with only seconds remaining in the second overtime. St. Dominic also had a regular-season win over Missouri Class 3 third-place finisher St. Joseph’s Academy. With only seven seniors on the roster, St. Dominic figures to be a frontrunner in the St. Louis area again next season. Seniors Cristina Rodriguez (St. Louis) and Kristin Wolff (Rockhurst) have signed with NCAA schools. Junior Mackenzie Rief led the team with 27 goals, followed by Rodriguez with 14 and senior Emily Monroe with 12.
Fun Fact: St. Dominic High School was established in 1962 to replace Assumption High School, which was closing due to deteriorating facilities. As a nod to Assumption, the first year that St. Dominic was opened, its students attended the old Assumption building until its new facility debuted in 1963.
|6||Mountain Vista (Highlands Ranch, Colo.)||19-1-0||6|
| Season complete. Colorado 5A state champion.
School Facts: Public, 1,950 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Sophomore Megan Massey, a Tennessee commit, delivered the match-winning goal in overtime as Mountain Vista defeated Rock Canyon 1-0 in the state final. Mountain Vista pinned the only two losses on Rock Canyon this season. The title marked a fifth for coach Theresa Echtermeyer. The team was led defensively by UCLA signee Gabbi Miranda. Massey scored 17 goals to lead the team. Seven seniors have committed to college programs: Miranda, Mariel Adams (Notre Dame), Danielle Cushing (Marshall), Taylor Hendren (Regis University), Jenn Shelton (Colo.-Colorado Springs), Maddy Smith (Minnesota State) and Torell Stewart (Idaho).
Fun Fact: The school was initially known as “High School No. 6” in the local school district plans and was given the named Mountain Vista in 2000, in time for the school’s opening in 2001.
|7||Bishop Kelley (Tulsa, Okla.)||16-1-0||7|
| Season complete. Oklahoma Class 6A state champion.
School Facts: Private, 850 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Katie Sprouse’s overtime goal lifted Bishop Kelley to a 3-2 victory over Jenks in the state final pitting a pair of nationally ranked programs. The Comets have won four straight titles and 14 in the past 15 years. The team’s only setback this season was in the Heart of America final to St. Teresa’s (Mo.). Bishop Kelley started the season ranked No. 2, and becomes the first to clinch a Top 10 final ranking. This year’s senior class was led by six NCAA Division I signees: Darienne Chapman (Tulsa), Bailey Haydock (Michigan), Claire Kelley (Arkansas), Kaela Little (Notre Dame), Katie Sprouse (Clemson) and Kristie Wilburn (Orla Roberts).
Fun Fact: Bishop Kelley High School was created in 1960 as a response to the closing of Tulsa’s two previous Catholic high schools — Holy Family and Marquette, which had dated to the early 1900s.
|8||Marist (Atlanta, Ga.)||22-0-1||8|
| Season complete. Georgia Class AAAA state champion.
School Facts: Private, 1,070 students in grades 7-12.
Notes: Katie MacGinnitie scored twice as Marist cruised to a 5-0 win over Columbus in the state final. Marist’s defense held Columbus without a shot until the second half. Marist outscored its five playoff opponents 40-0, and posted 18 shutouts on the season. The lone blemish on Marist’s record was a draw with McIntosh, a team that was soundly defeated by fellow Top 25-ranked St. Pius.
Fun Fact: When Marist opened its doors in October 1901, the school was a boys military school known as Marist College.
|9||Eureka (Eureka, Mo.)||22-1-1||9|
| Season complete. Missouri Class 3 state champion.
School Facts: Public, 2,100 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Allie Gentry scored both goals as Eureka posted a 2-1 win over St. Teresa’s in the state final. Eureka earned its way into the Top 50 early in the season with a win over St. Joseph’s Academy and continued the climb throughout the season. Hannah Leinert led the team with 29 goals followed by Abby Pulliam with 14 and Gentry with 13. The senior-heavy squad features four college signees: Courtney Silberberg (South Florida), Leinert (Illinois State), Sammi Dunda (Wyoming) and keeper Ally Wallner (Rockhurst).
Fun Fact: Bill Goggins, who has coached the program for 20 years, announced prior to the state playoffs that this would be his final season as head coach, and he goes out with the program’s first ever state title.
|10||Battlefield (Haymarket, Va.)||21-2-1||10|
| Season complete. Virginia Group AAA state runner-up.
School Facts: Public, 3,100 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Battlefield’s season ended with a 2-1 loss to Deep Run in the state final. Sydney Sisk scored the team’s only goal in the final. Senior keeper Taylor Kerxton signed with Wake Forest while fellow seniors Alexa Wagoner (Iona) and Bri Toelle (Iowa) also signed with NCAA Division I programs. Junior standout Colleen Gawkins, the team’s leading scorer, has committed to Tennessee.
Fun Fact: Battlefield’s school building includes road signs to help student navigate the campus. East-West corridors are numbered (First, Second, Third, for example), while North-South corridors have names that apply to the Battlefield community.
|11||Rio Americano (Sacramento, Calif.)||18-0-2||11|
| Season complete. California Sac-Joaquin Section Division III champion.
School Facts: Public, 1,700 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Mel Hoskins scored twice and Paige Borgorgno set up a pair of goals as Rio Americano cruised to a 5-0 win over Benicia in the section final. The win marked Rio’s third straight section crown. Despite being classified in Division III, Rio provided its worth during the regular season, which included shutout wins over Division I champion Franklin (2-0) and runner-up Davis (3-0).
Fun Fact: When Debbie Meyer was a 16-year-old student at Rio Americano in 1968, she became the first swimmer to win three individual gold medals in the Olympic Games, claiming the 200-, 400- and 800-meter titles at the 1968 Mexico City Games. To this day, no other female has ever won three individual freestyle gold medals in a single Olympics appearance.
|12||St. Teresa’s (Kansas City, Mo.)||19-3-0||12|
| Season complete. Missouri Class 3 state runner-up.
School Facts: Private, all-girls, 600 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: St. Teresa’s outshot Eureka 14-7, but found the net only once in a 2-1 state final loss. Elizabeth Luallin scored the team’s lone goal. A day earlier, St. Teresa’s edged St. Joseph’s Academy 1-0 in the state semifinals on a goal by Kayla Redlingshafer. The Stars started the season in the Top 5 and was making a bid for No. 1 after winning the Heart of America Classic. While the team had victories over Bishop Kelly (Okla.) and St. Thomas Aquinas (Kan.), the team also lost to a pair of lower ranked Kansas squads in a topsy-turvy season. Junior forward Savannah Trujillo has committed to Missouri.
Fun Fact: St. Teresa’s was founded in 1866, making it the oldest high school in Kansas City — and the second-oldest among the schools in this year’s ESR Top 50.
|13||Jenks (Jenks, Okla.)||15-2-0||13|
| Season complete. Oklahoma Class 6A state runner-up.
School Facts: Public, 2,870 students in grades 10-12.
Notes: Jenks twice rallied from one-goal deficits before falling to Bishop Kelley 3-2 in overtime of the Class 6A state final. Elizabeth Adams netted the team’s second goal to force overtime. Lizzie Keester scored Jenks’ other goal. Jenks’ senior class features four players who have signed with NCAA Division I programs, led by Keester, who has signed with Texas A&M.
Fun Fact: The girls’ soccer program has accounted for nine of the school’s 139 sports state titles.
|14||St. Thomas Aquinas (Overland Park, Kan.)||18-2-1||14|
| Season complete. Kansas Class 5A state champion.
School Facts: Private, 1,250 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Kelley Sweeney, Jamie Kutey, Mary Disidore, Olivia Meyers and Julie Bridge scored as St. Thomas Aquinas handled Valley Center 5-0 in the state final. The win marked the Saints’ fourth straight title and 13th overall. St. Thomas Aquinas ended the season on a 14-0-1 run, and the only blemish was a draw with eventual 6A state champion Blue Valley Northwest. The run started with a victory over eventual 6A state runner-up Blue Valley North. The Saints went undefeated against Kansas teams, losing only to St. Teresa’s (Mo.) in the Mo-Kan tournament final and Jenks (Okla.) in the Heart of America bracket final.
Fun Fact: Two former St. Thomas Aquinas boys’ soccer players have played professional soccer locally for Sporting Kansas City — Michael Thomas and Kyle Miller.
|15||Hough (Cornelius, N.C.)||21-3-0||15|
| Season complete. North Carolina Class 4A state runner-up.
School Facts: Public, 1,950 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Hough, last year’s state and ESR Top 50 national champion, came up short in a repeat bid for the state crown, losing 2-0 to top-ranked Green Hope in the Class 4A state final. The two-goal loss matched the 3-year-old program’s most lopsided defeat and marked the first time Hough had been shut out since Lake Norman posted a 1-0 win over the school on March 29, 2011 — a run of 65 matches with at least one goal. With seven players who have signed or committed to NCAA Division I programs, Hough has quickly evolved into a national power. Hough lost two regular-season matches to Lake Norman in 2013 but won the playoff rematch. The program sports an all-time record of 69-5-5, and with most of its starters returning in 2014, this team again figures on being a state title contender.
Fun Fact: Hough’s state final rematch marked the fifth time in North Carolina Class 4A girls’ soccer where teams have played in back-to-back state finals. Leesville Road swept Ardrey Kell in 2008 and 2009, Broughton and Grimsley split in 2003 and 2004, Broughton swept Grimsley in 1999 and 2000, and Grimsley and Broughton clashed three straight years in 1994-1996, with Grimsley winning the first and third meetings.
|16||Lake Norman (Mooresville, N.C.)||24-1-0||16|
| Season complete. North Carolina Class 4A state quarterfinalist.
School Facts: Public, 2,000 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Lake Norman’s 24-match win streak was brought to an end with a 2-1 overtime loss to Hough in the state playoffs. Amanda Karlsson’s goal late in regulation sent the contest into overtime. Lake Norman is 46-4 over the past two years with all four losses coming to Hough.
Fun Fact: Lake Norman originally was built to house 1,300 students. The population expansion in the area resulted in a new wing being added to the school, which now houses the Freshmen Academy — about 600 students.
|17||St. Pius X (Atlanta, Ga.)||19-1-3||17|
| Season complete. Georgia Class AAA state champion.
School Facts: Private, 1,000 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Junior Amanda Vocelka scored the lone goal as St. Pius defeated former Top 50-ranked Blessed Trinity 1-0 in the state final. St. Pius has won four of the past five Class AAA state titles, and the program has seven crowns since 1998.
Fun Fact: St. Pius has a faculty of 93 with an average of 17.8 years of teaching experience. More than 70 percent hold at least a Master’s degree.
|18||St. Joseph’s Academy (St. Louis, Mo.)||19-3-0||20|
| Season complete. Missouri Class 3 third-place finisher.
School Facts: Private, all-girls, 450 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: After losing to St. Teresa’s 1-0 in the state semifinals, the Angels handled Nixa 4-1 in the third-place match. Kaley Nieters scored twice in the match to push her team-high total to 20 goals on the season. William & Mary signee Haley Kavanaugh added 17 goals. St. Joseph’s losses were all one-goal setbacks to nationally ranked St. Dominic, Eureka and St. Teresa’s.
Fun Fact: St. Joseph’s Academy was founded as Mother Celestine’s in 1836 — making it the oldest high school in the ESR Top 50 this school year.
|19||Millbrook (Raleigh, N.C.)||21-2-1||21|
| Season complete. North Carolina Class 4A state Round of 16 finisher.
School Facts: Public, 2,450 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Millbrook appeared poised for an upset win over top-ranked Green Hope until losing 4-3 in overtime. Both of Milbrook’s defeats were to Green Hope this season. Millbrook is 41-5-1 over the past two years with three losses to Green Hope and two in 2012 to then-ranked Leesville Road. Seniors Rachel Hallman (Elon) and Jackie Stroud (Old Dominion) were named to the Class 4A all-state team by the North Carolina coaches association.
Fun Fact: Former Major League Baseball player Paul Shuey was a standout performer at Millbrook, earning all-state honors prior to his college and eventually professional careers. Shuey holds the distinction of being one of less than 100 major leaguers who have struck out four batters in one inning. The statistical oddity is only possible when one of the four batters successfully reaches base after the catcher fails to hold on to a third strike.
|20||Wando (Mount Pleasant, S.C.)||20-1-1||22|
| Season complete. South Carolina Class 4A state champion.
School Facts: Public, 4,200 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Wando ended the season with a 19-match undefeated streak, which included a state semifinal win over Lexington to avenge its only loss and a state final victory over J.L. Mann. Wando has won three of the last four South Carolina 4A state crowns. Senior Rachel Torlay and junior Megan O’Connor, a Clemson commit, were named to the South Carolina High School Coaches Class 4A All-State team.
Fun Fact: Melanie Thornton, who found fame as the voice for Eurodance group La Bouche, which had popular singles “Be My Lover” and “Sweet Dreams” in the mid-1990s, is a graduate of Wando. After performing in Leipzig, Germany, on Nov. 24, 2001, she took a flight to Switzerland to promote her new single. The plane crashed during its approach at Zurich Airport, killing 24 of the 33 people aboard the flight, including Thornton, who was 34.
|21||Kearney (Kearney, Mo.)||26-1-1||23|
| Season complete. Missouri Class 2 third-place finisher.
School Facts: Public, 1,100 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Allie Hess’ last-second header in regulation bounced off the post, sending Kearney into overtime and an eventual 2-1 last-second setback to St. Dominic in the Class 2 state semifinals. In the consolation match, Kearney played Rosati-Kain to a scoreless draw. The state tournament proved to be Kearney’s only blemishes on a school recording-setting season. With most of its starters returning next season, including a pair of juniors who have committed to NCAA Division I programs, Kearney figures to be a state title threat.
Fun Fact: Legendary outlaw Jesse James was born in 1847 in what is present-day Kearney.
|22||Rock Canyon (Highlands Ranch, Colo.)||16-2-1||24|
| Season complete. Colorado Class 5A state runner-up.
School Facts: Public, 1,700 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Rock Canyon’s season ended with a 1-0 loss to league rival Mountain Vista in an all-Continental League state final. Mountain Vista handed Rock Canyon both of its defats this year. Rock Canyon’s roster was given a lift when Missouri signee Erin Webb returned to the lineup. She had five goals and two assists in the team’s final seven matches.
Fun Fact: Rock Canyon opened for the 2003-04 school year; however, the building was not ready for students. Therefore, the first year of Rock Canyon, with only freshmen, was spent in a wing at nearby Rocky Heights Middle School.
|23||Myers Park (Charlotte, N.C.)||18-2-1||25|
| Season complete. North Carolina Class 4A state semifinalist.
School Facts: Public, 2,850 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Myers Park started and ended its season with 1-0 losses to nationally ranked Hough. In between, the squad went 18-0-1. Alabama signee Caroline Alexander and junior Samford commit Virginia McNeil were named to the North Carolina High School Soccer Coaches Association Class 4A all-state team.
Fun Fact: Myers Park grad Haywoode Workman holds the distinction of being the third person to both play in the NBA and later becoming an NBA referee. Workman played for five NBA teams between 1989 until 2000. He was hired for the NBA 2008-09 season as an official.
|24||Hinsdale Central (Hinsdale, Ill.)||18-4-3||26|
| Season complete. Illinois Class 3A state runner-up.
School Facts: Public, 2,780 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: Hinsdale Central’s playoff run ended with a 2-1 state final loss to Naperville North. On the way to the final, Hinsdale Central defeated Lyons, Sandburg and Barrington. Hinsdale Central also had a regular-season win over Waubonsie Valley. Miami (Ohio) signee Casey May was named to the Illinois High School Soccer Coaches All-State squad.
Fun Fact: Bill Veeck, a 1991 Baseball Hall of Fame inductee, attended Hinsdale Central. Veeck was a baseball owner and master promoter who, at various times, owned the Cleveland Indians, St. Louis Browns and Chicago White Sox. His most storied stunt occured in 1951 when he sent Eddie Gaedel, who suffered from dwarfism, to bat for the St. Louis Browns. Veeck snuck the 3-foot, 7-inch, 65-pound Gaedel onto the Browns’ roster on a Friday, knowing it would not be reviewed until Monday by Major League Baseball, thus leaving Gaedel eligible to play for the weekend. The 26-year-old Gaedel stepped to the plate Sunday, Aug. 19, 1951, as a pinch-hitter for the St. Louis Browns against the Detroit Tigers, wearing elf shoes and a jersey with the number 1/8th. He walked on four pitches and was removed from the game for a pinch-runner. While he owned the Indians, Veeck signed Larry Doby in 1947, ending segregation in the American League.
|25||Colonial Forge (Stafford, Va.)||19-5-0||27|
| Season complete. Virginia Group AAA state semifinalist.
School Facts: Public, 2,100 students in grades 9-12.
Notes: After beating Chantilly in the state quarterfinals, Colonial Forge’s season ended with a 1-0 overtime loss to eventual state champion Deep Run. Colonial Forge was the region runner-up to state runner-up Battlefield.
Fun Fact: Molten Art, Colonial Forge’s literary magazine, has won several Crown Awards in Columbia University’s CSPA Crown competition, including a Silver Crown in 2004, and Gold Crowns in 2006 and 2008.
|26||Chantilly (Chantilly, Va.)||14-3-3||28|
|27||Yorktown (Arlington, Va.)||19-2-0||29|
|28||Stone Bridge (Ashburn, Va.)||17-1-2||30|
|29||Waubonsie Valley (Aurora, Ill.)||19-4-1||31|
|30||Cardinal Gibbons (Raleigh, N.C.)||22-2-1||32|
|31||Westfield (Chantilly, Va.)||14-2-1||33|
|32||Barrington (Barrington, Ill.)||19-5-1||34|
|33||Franklin (Elk Grove, Calif.)||17-3-0||35|
|34||Frank Cox (Virginia Beach, Va.)||18-3-3||36|
|35||Mountain Brook (Mountain Brook, Ala.)||22-3-2||37|
|36||Millard West (Omaha, Neb.)||13-3-0||38|
|37||Parkview (Lilburn, Ga.)||20-3-0||39|
|38||Harrison (Kennesaw, Ga.)||19-2-0||40|
|39||Neuqua Valley (Naperville, Ill.)||16-4-1||42|
|40||Marian (Omaha, Neb.)||13-2-0||43|
|41||St. Charles North (St. Charles, Ill.)||19-4-1||44|
|42||Buffalo Grove (Buffalo Grove, Ill.)||25-4-1||45|
|43||Plainfield North (Plainfield, Ill.)||21-4-0||46|
|44||Blue Valley Northwest (Overland Park, Kan.)||15-5-1||47|
|45||Blue Valley (Stilwell, Kan.)||15-3-0||48|
|46||Xavier (Cedar Rapids, Iowa)||19-1-0||49|
|47||Olathe East (Olathe, Kan.)||15-3-1||50|
|48||Catholic Memorial (Waukesha, Wis.)||23-0-1||NR|
|49||Stratford Academy (Macon, Ga.)||18-0-0||NR|
|50||Gull Lake (Richland, Mich.)||21-1-1||NR|