Tuesday, September 1, 2009

National Prep Football Poll

The National Prep Football Poll
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#1. Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Aquinas (1-0-0), routed Upper Arlington, Ohio, 52-7, on ESPN
#2. Duncan, S.C., Byrnes (1-0-0), beat Ga. foe Central Gwinnett, 43-7
#3. Miami, Northwestern (0-0-0), scored 31 first-half points in preseason game
#4. Katy, Texas (1-0-0), ended North Shore’s 78-game regular season win streak
#5. Valdosta, Ga., Lowndes (1-0-0), opened with 75-14 laugher
#6. Chesapeake, Va., Smith (1-0-0), topped Venice, Fla., 27-13, on ESPNU
#7. Cincinnati, Elder (1-0-0), beat regionally ranked East St. Louis, 49-28
#8. Bellevue, Wash. (0-0-0), plays at No. 4 Katy Sept. 12
#9. Sammamish, Wash., Skyline (0-0-0), faces Ore. power Jesuit Saturday
#10. Cedar Hill, Texas (1-0-0), outgunned DeSoto, 44-41, on ESPN
#11. Cleveland, St. Ignatius (1-0-0), defeated then-No. 5 Glenville, 14-13
#12. Ramsey, N.J., Don Bosco (0-0-0), hosts No. 15 De La Salle Sept. 12
#13. Westlake Village, Calif., Oaks Christian (0-0-0), six seniors have Division I offers
#14. Lakeland, Fla. (0-0-0), QB Jarred Haggins headed to Florida St.
#15. Concord, Calif., De La Salle (0-0-0), 30-year coach Bob Ladouceur has won 93 percent of his games
#16. Loganville, Ga., Grayson (1-0-0), beat defending 5A champ Camden County in opener
#17. Bethlehem, Pa., Liberty (0-0-0), reigning 4A titlist
#18. Peoria, Ariz., Centennial (1-0-0), three-time defending 5A/II champ
#19. Dallas, Skyline (0-0-0), nine seniors are Division I commits
#20. Anaheim, Calif., Servite (0-0-0), OT Matt Jakubiec is Arizona-bound
#21. Jenks, Okla. (0-0-0), six state titles this decade
#22. Hyattsville, Md., DeMatha (0-0-0), RB Marcus Coker headed to Iowa
#23. River Ridge, La., John Curtis (0-0-0), 23 state crowns in 34 years
#24. Charlotte, N.C., Independence (2-0-0), plays regionally ranked South Pointe Friday
#25. Wheaton, Ill., Wheaton Warrenville South (1-0-0), beat state-ranked Hinsdale Central, 34-26
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^Northeast=
#1. Ramsey, N.J., Don Bosco, 0-0-0
#2. Bethlehem, Pa., Liberty, 0-0-0
#3. Harrisburg, Pa., McDevitt, 0-0-0
#4. Montvale, N.J., St. Joseph’s, 0-0-0
#5. Oradell, N.J., Bergen Catholic, 0-0-0
#6. State College, Pa., 0-0-0
#7. McKeesport, Pa., 0-0-0
#8. Wayne, N.J., Wayne Hills, 0-0-0
#9. Lansdale, Pa., North Penn, 0-0-0
#10. Central Valley, N.Y., Monroe-Woodbury, 0-0-0
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^East Coast=
#1. Duncan, S.C., Byrnes, 1-0-0
#2. Chesapeake, Va., Oscar Smith, 1—0-0
#3. Hyattsville, Md., DeMatha, 0-0-0
#4. Charlotte, N.C., Independence, 2-0-0
#5. Matthews, N.C., Butler, 1-0-0
#6. Olney, Md., Good Counsel, 0-0-0
#7. Rock Hill, S.C., South Pointe, 1-0-0
#8. Hampton, Va., Phoebus, 0-0-0
#9. Rock Hill, S.C., 1-0-0
#10. Chantilly, Va., Westfield, 0-0-0
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^Southeast=
#1. Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Aquinas, 1-0-0
#2. Miami, Northwestern, 0-0-0
#3. Valdosta, Ga., Lowndes, 1-0-0
#4. Lakeland, Fla., 0-0-0
#5. Loganville, Ga., Grayson, 1-0-0
#6. River Ridge, La., John Curtis, 0-0-0
#7. Miami, Central, 0-0-0
#8. Tampa, Fla., Plant, 0-0-0
#9. Madison, Miss., Madison Central, 2-0-0
#10. Memphis, Tenn., University, 2-0-0
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^Midwest=
#1. Cincinnati, Elder, 1-0-0
#2. Cleveland, St. Ignatius, 1-0-0
#3. Wheaton, Ill., Wheaton Warrenville South, 1-0-0
#4. Cincinnati, St. Xavier, 1-0-0
#5. Cleveland, Glenville, 0-1-0
#6. Cincinnati, Moeller, 1-0-0
#7. East St. Louis, Ill., 0-1-0
#8. Louisville, Ky., St. Xavier, 1-0-0
#9. Indianapolis, Cathedral, 2-0-0
#10. Chicago, Mount Carmel, 1-0-0
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^Midlands=
#1. Denver, Mullen, 1-0-0
#2. South Jordan, Utah, Bingham, 2-0-0
#3. Blue Springs, Mo., 1-0-0
#4. Sandy, Utah, Alta, 1-1-0
#5. Hutchinson, Kan., 0-0-0
#6. Eden Prairie, Minn., 0-0-0
#7. Plymouth, Minn., Wayzata, 0-0-0
#8. Florissant, Mo., Hazelwood Central, 1-0-0
#9. Littleton, Colo., Columbine, 0-0-0
#10. Iowa City, Iowa, 1-0-0
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^Southwest=
#1. Katy, Texas, 1-0-0
#2. Cedar Hill, Texas, 1-0-0
#3. Peoria, Ariz., Centennial, 1-0-0
#4. Dallas, Skyline, 0-0-0
#5. Jenks, Okla., 0-0-0
#6. Tulsa, Okla., Union, 0-0-0
#7. Round Rock, Texas, Stony Point, 1-0-0
#8. Garland, Texas, 1-0-0
#9. Longview, Texas, 1-0-0
#10. Springdale, Ark., Shiloh Christian, 0-0-0
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^West Coast=
#1. Bellevue, Wash., 0-0-0
#2. Sammamish, Wash., Skyline, 0-0-0
#3. Westlake Village, Calif., Oaks Christian, 0-0-0
#4. Concord, Calif., De La Salle, 0-0-0
#5. Anaheim, Calif., Servite, 0-0-0
#6. Long Beach, Calif., Poly, 0-0-0
#7. Lakewood, Calif., 0-0-0
#8. Mission Viejo, Calif., 0-0-0
#9. Sherman Oaks, Calif., Notre Dame, 0-0-0
#10. Huntington Beach, Calif., Edison, 0-0-0
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FEATS OF THE WEEK: Defending Prep Poll champion Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Aquinas picked up where it left off last season. The top-ranked Raiders scored 28 first-quarter points and cruised to a 52-7 blowout of Upper Arlington, Ohio, in the Kirk Herbstreit Varsity Football Series at Ohio Stadium. The game was televised by ESPN. Blue chip running back Giovanni Bernard (uncommitted) ran for 118 yards and two touchdowns on only 12 carries . . . More than 12,000 fans watched No. 4 Katy, Texas, open the year with a defense-dominated 9-7 victory against Houston, North Shore. In the process, the Tigers ended North Shore’s state-record 78-game regular season winning streak . . . The only quarterback making more headlines lately than Brett Favre might be his record-setting nephew Dylan. The Bay St. Louis, Miss., St. Stanislaus senior passed for a state-record 549 yards in a 50-7 blowout of Mendenhall. As a junior, Favre (uncommitted) had a state-record 45 touchdown passes . . . It took three overtime periods, but at the end of Charlotte, N.C., Catholic’s 48-47 defeat of Providence, veteran coach Jim Oddo had his 300th career victory. Oddo, 73, is in his 36th season as Catholic’s head coach.

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