Monday, September 21, 2009

Indy rises in National Prep Poll

The National Prep Football Poll is compiled by high school sports journalist Jamie DeMoney with input from sportswriters, experts, and coaches. The national Top 25 and regional Top 10's follow with won-loss-tie records:

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#1. Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Aquinas (2-0-0), coach George Smith 335 wins

#2. Duncan, S.C., Byrnes (4-0-0), dominated Woodland, 85-8

#3. Miami, Northwestern (2-0-0), led by talented jr. QB Teddy Bridgewater

#4. Valdosta, Ga., Lowndes (4-0-0), seeks fifth state title in 11 years

#5. Cleveland, St. Ignatius (4-0-0), defending Division I champ

#6. Anaheim, Calif., Servite (3-0-0), beat state-ranked Crespi, 38-28

#7. Ramsey, N.J., Don Bosco (1-0-0), plays at defending Ala. champ Prattville Friday on ESPNU

#8. Cedar Hill, Texas (4-0-0), escaped Arlington Martin’s upset bid, 47-39

#9. Chesapeake, Va., Smith (3-0-0), led by Alabama-bound QB Phillip Sims

#10. Ventura, Calif., St. Bonaventure (3-0-0), OL Giovanni Di Poalo headed to USC

#11. Westlake Village, Calif., Oaks Christian (3-0-0), beat then-No. 9 Skyline (Wash.), 28-25, on ESPNU

#12. Miami, Central (3-0-0), outscored foes by combined 129-3

#13. Cincinnati, St. Xavier (4-0-0), crushed four-time defending Ky. champ Trinity, 43-13

#14. Lakeland, Fla. (2-0-0), plays at Calif. power De La Salle Friday on ESPN2

#15. Cincinnati, Elder (4-0-0), TE Alex Welch committed to Notre Dame

#16. Peoria, Ariz., Centennial (4-0-0), defeated state-ranked Brophy, 24-12

#17. Loganville, Ga., Grayson (4-0-0), beat then-unbeaten South Gwinnett, 27-16

#18. Dallas, Skyline (3-0-0), nine seniors committed to FBS colleges

#19. Hyattsville, Md., DeMatha (3-0-0), smacked then-unbeaten Friendship, 45-12

#20. Jenks, Okla. (3-0-0), seeks 10th state title since 1996

#21. Round Rock, Texas, Stony Point (3-0-0), state 7-on-7 titlist

#22. River Ridge, La., John Curtis (2-0-0), topped state-ranked Salmen, 24-23 (OT)

#23. Charlotte, N.C., Independence (5-0-0), has won 138 of last 142 games

#24. Hampton, Va., Phoebus (3-0-0), average win margin is 46-3 during 18-game win streak

#25. Denver, Mullen (4-0-0), won at Mo. power Rockhurst, 17-7

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^Northeast=

#1. Ramsey, N.J., Don Bosco, 1-0-0

#2. Lansdale, Pa., North Penn 3-0-0

#3. Harrisburg, Pa., McDevitt, 3-0-0

#4. Oradell, N.J., Bergen Catholic, 2-0-0

#5. Montvale, N.J., St. Joseph’s, 2-0-0

#6. Wayne, N.J., Wayne Hills, 2-0-0

#7. Monroeville, Pa., Gateway, 3-0-0

#8. Upper St. Clair, Pa., 3-0-0

#9. Easton, Pa., 3-0-0

#10. Central Valley, N.Y., Monroe-Woodbury, 3-0-0

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^East Coast=

#1. Duncan, S.C., Byrnes, 4-0-0

#2. Chesapeake, Va., Oscar Smith, 3—0-0

#3. Hyattsville, Md., DeMatha, 3-0-0

#4. Charlotte, N.C., Independence, 5-0-0

#5. Hampton, Va., Phoebus, 3-0-0

#6. Olney, Md., Good Counsel, 3-0-0

#7. Matthews, N.C., Butler, 4-0-0

#8. Rock Hill, S.C., 4-0-0

#9. Frederick, Md., Linganore, 3-0-0

#10. Rockingham, N.C., Richmond, 3-1-0

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^Southeast=

#1. Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Aquinas, 2-0-0

#2. Miami, Northwestern, 2-0-0

#3. Valdosta, Ga., Lowndes, 4-0-0

#4. Miami, Central, 3-0-0

#5. Lakeland, Fla., 2-0-0

#6. Loganville, Ga., Grayson, 4-0-0

#7. River Ridge, La., John Curtis, 2-0-0

#8. Jacksonville, Fla., Bolles, 2-0-0

#9. Madison, Miss., Madison Central, 4-0-0

#10. Memphis, Tenn., University, 5-0-0

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^Midwest=

#1. Cleveland, St. Ignatius, 4-0-0

#2. Cincinnati, St. Xavier, 4-0-0

#3. Cincinnati, Elder, 4-0-0

#4. Cleveland, Glenville, 3-1-0

#5. Park Ridge, Ill., Maine South, 4-0-0

#6. Cincinnati, Moeller, 4-0-0

#7. Indianapolis, Cathedral, 4-1-0

#8. Dublin, Ohio, Coffman, 4-0-0

#9. Louisville, Ky., St. Xavier, 3-1-0

#10. Novi, Mich., Central Catholic, 4-0-0

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^Midlands=

#1. Denver, Mullen, 4-0-0

#2. Hutchinson, Kan., 3-0-0

#3. Plymouth, Minn., Wayzata, 3-0-0

#4. South Jordan, Utah, Bingham, 4-1-0

#5. Eden Prairie, Minn., 3-0-0

#6. Florissant, Mo., Hazelwood Central, 4-0-0

#7. Littleton, Colo., Columbine, 3-0-0

#8. Jefferson City, Mo., 4-0-0

#9. Iowa City, Iowa, 4-0-0

#10. Omaha, Neb., Millard South, 4-0-0

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^Southwest=

#1. Cedar Hill, Texas, 4-0-0

#2. Peoria, Ariz., Centennial, 4-0-0

#3. Dallas, Skyline, 3-0-0

#4. Jenks, Okla., 3-0-0

#5. Round Rock, Texas, Stony Point, 3-0-0

#6. The Woodlands, Texas, 4-0-0

#7. Katy, Texas, 3-1-0

#8. Tulsa, Okla., Union, 2-1-0

#9. Houston, North Shore, 3-1-0

#10. Southlake, Texas, Carroll, 4—0-0

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^West Coast=

#1. Anaheim, Calif., Servite, 3-0-0

#2. Ventura, Calif., St. Bonaventure, 3-0-0

#3. Westlake Village, Calif., Oaks Christian, 3-0-0

#4. Sammamish, Wash., Skyline, 2-1-0

#5. Mission Viejo, Calif., 3-0-0

#6. Huntington Beach, Calif., Edison, 3-0-0

#7. Sacramento, Calif., Grant, 3-0-0

#8. Los Angeles, Crenshaw, 3-0-0

#9. Oceanside, Calif., 3-0-0

#10. Kahuku, Hawaii, 5-0-0

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FEATS OF THE WEEK: An ESPNU television audience watched No. 11 Westlake Village, Calif., Oaks Christian defeat then-No. 9 Sammamish, Wash., Skyline, 28-25. The home loss ended the Spartans’ 30-game winning streak. Oaks Christian has now won 24 straight. Senior quarterback Nick Montana (Washington), son of NFL legend Joe, threw for 261 yards and three touchdowns. Skyline senior Jake Heaps (BYU) had 256 passing yards and one touchdown . . . Regionally ranked Sacramento, Calif., Grant shut out Bellevue, Wash., 14-0, in a battle of defending state champions in Seattle. It was the third shutout in as many games for the Pacers, who have won 17 consecutive contests . . . According to the Arizona Republic, junior Rathen Ricedorff of Show Low, Ariz., set a state record with nine touchdown passes in a 67-0 annihilation of Chinle . . . Senior running back Ismail Brooks of Auburn, N.Y., has scored seven touchdowns in each of his last two games. The most recent feat came during a 294-yard rushing effort in a 48-28 defeat of Manlius, Fayetteville-Manlius . . . The nation’s longest current losing streak was ended when Phoenix, Carl Hayden beat Yuma, San Luis, 44-21. The Falcons had lost 66 straight games, dating back to 2002.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow.. Butler beats Richmond County at home, and is ranked in the local paper as the top 16 team, and doesn't scratch in a National poll??

Anonymous said...

Butler is 53 in the national poll- as high as I have ever seen them. There day is coming, this is the year for The Bulldogs!!!!!!