Monday, October 19, 2009

Indy No. 20 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 (6-0-0), two-time defending 5A champ

#2. Duncan, S.C., Byrnes (7-1-0), averaging 54 points per game

#3. Cedar Hill, Texas (7-0-0), OL Adam Shead headed to Oklahoma

#4. Westlake Village, Calif., Oaks Christian (6-0-0), 30-point average win margin

#5. Cleveland, St. Ignatius (8-0-0), three out-of-state victories

#6. Ramsey, N.J., Don Bosco (5-0-0), in-state win streak at 30

#7. Lakeland, Fla. (6-0-0), LB Will Lucas committed to Purdue

#8. Dallas, Skyline (7-0-0), scoring 45 points per game

#9. Loganville, Ga., Grayson (8-0-0), four shutouts this season

#10. Peoria, Ariz., Centennial (8-0-0), extended win streak to 34

#11. Huntington Beach, Calif., Edison (6-0-0), top-ranked in Orange County

#12. Hyattsville, Md., DeMatha (7-0-0), seeks seventh straight WCAC title

#13. Chesapeake, Va., Smith (7-0-0), led by Alabama-bound QB Phillip Sims

#14. Warner Robins, Ga., Northside (7-0-0), only 8 points allowed per game

#15. Round Rock, Texas, Stony Point (7-0-0), struggled past McNeil, 21-14

#16. Miami, Washington (7-0-0), two key players out, beat North Miami Beach, 10-8

#17. Jenks, Okla. (7-0-0), six-time state champ this decade

#18. River Ridge, La., John Curtis (6-0-0), DE Walker Ashburn will play at Nebraska

#19. Denver, Mullen (7-0-0), defending 5A state champ

#20. Charlotte, N.C., Independence (9-0-0), seeks eighth unbeaten regular season in nine years

#21. Hampton, Va., Phoebus (7-0-0), only 36 points allowed this year

#22. Park Ridge, Ill., Maine South (8-0-0), Matt Perez 340 rushing yards in win

#23. Fort Thomas, Ky., Highlands (8-0-0), 34 consecutive in-state wins

#24. Sammamish, Wash., Skyline (6-1-0), two-time defending 4A titlist

#25. Cincinnati, Moeller (8-0-0), QB Andrew Hendrix a Notre Dame recruit

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^Northeast=

#1. Ramsey, N.J., Don Bosco, 5-0-0

#2. Lansdale, Pa., North Penn, 7-0-0

#3. Harrisburg, Pa., McDevitt, 7-0-0

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

#5. Philadelphia, St. Joseph’s, 5-1-0

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

#7. McKeesport, Pa., 6-1-0

#8. Jersey City, N.J., St. Peter’s, 4-1-0

#9. Oradell, N.J., Bergen Catholic, 5-1-0

#10. Central Valley, N.Y., Monroe-Woodbury, 7-0-0

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^East Coast=

#1. Duncan, S.C., Byrnes, 7-1-0

#2. Hyattsville, Md., DeMatha, 7-0-0

#3. Chesapeake, Va., Oscar Smith, 7—0-0

#4. Charlotte, N.C., Independence, 9-0-0

#5. Hampton, Va., Phoebus, 7-0-0

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

#7. Frederick, Md., Linganore, 7-0-0

#8. Olney, Md., Good Counsel, 6-1-0

#9. Fairfax, Va., Robinson, 6-0-0

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

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^Southeast=

#1. Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Aquinas, 6-0-0

#2. Lakeland, Fla., 6-0-0

#3. Loganville, Ga., Grayson, 8-0-0

#4. Warner Robins, Ga., Northside, 7-0-0

#5. Miami, Washington, 7-0-0

#6. River Ridge, La., John Curtis, 6-0-0

#7. Miami, Northwestern, 5-1-0

#8. Jacksonville, Fla., Bolles, 6-0-0

#9. Madison, Miss., Madison Central, 8-0-0

#10. Memphis, Tenn., University, 7-0-0

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^Midwest=

#1. Cleveland, St. Ignatius, 8-0-0

#2. Park Ridge, Ill., Maine South, 8-0-0

#3. Fort Thomas, Ky., Highlands, 8-0-0

#4. Cincinnati, Moeller, 8-0-0

#5. Cincinnati, St. Xavier, 7-1-0

#6. Cleveland, Glenville, 7-1-0

#7. Steubenville, Ohio, 8-0-0

#8. Indianapolis, Cathedral, 8-1-0

#9. Novi, Mich., Catholic Central, 8-0-0

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

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^Midlands=

#1. Denver, Mullen, 7-0-0

#2. Hutchinson, Kan., 7-0-0

#3. Plymouth, Minn., Wayzata, 7-0-0

#4. South Jordan, Utah, Bingham, 8-1-0

#5. Eden Prairie, Minn., 7-0-0

#6. Omaha, Neb., Millard South, 8-0-0

#7. West Des Moines, Iowa, Dowling, 8-0-0

#8. Iowa City, Iowa, 8-0-0

#9. Kansas City, Mo., Rockhurst, 6-2-0

#10. Olathe, Kan., North, 7-0-0

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^Southwest=

#1. Cedar Hill, Texas, 7-0-0

#2. Dallas, Skyline, 7-0-0

#3. Peoria, Ariz., Centennial, 8-0-0

#4. Round Rock, Texas, Stony Point, 7-0-0

#5. Jenks, Okla., 7-0-0

#6. The Woodlands, Texas, 7-0-0

#7. Katy, Texas, 6-1-0

#8. Tulsa, Okla., Union, 6-1-0

#9. Tyler, Texas, John Tyler, 7-0-0

#10. DeSoto, Texas, 6-1-0

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^West Coast=

#1. Westlake Village, Calif., Oaks Christian, 6-0-0

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

#3. Sammamish, Wash., Skyline, 6-1-0

#4. Anaheim, Calif., Servite, 5-1-0

#5. Mission Viejo, Calif., 6-0-0

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

#7. Oceanside, Calif., 6-0-0

#8. Los Angeles, Crenshaw, 6-0-0

#9. Kahuku, Hawaii, 7-0-0

#10. Lakewood, Calif., 6-1-0

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FEATS OF THE WEEK: The first state champions of the season were crowned in Anchorage, Alaska. Anchorage, Bartlett forced five Eagle River, Chugiak turnovers en route to a 21-3 victory in the large-schools division championship. Kenai beat Soldotna, 21-10, for the small-schools crown, ending the Stars’ bid for a fourth consecutive title . . . Mark McDonagh of Riverside, Ill., Riverside-Brookfield broke the national record for receptions in a season during his team’s 42-0 rout of Elmwood Park. McDonagh, who had 15 receptions in the game for 153 yards, has an all-time best 143 in only eight games. The previous mark of 138 receptions was accomplished in 14 games . . . According to the National High School Sports Record Book, Sandy, Utah, Jordan quarterback Alex Jordan tied a national record with eight touchdown passes in one half in a 54-6 blowout of Taylorsville . . . Columbus, Ohio, Independence amassed a whopping 713 rushing yards and 71 points but it wasn’t enough to beat league rival West. Behind Eric Stewart’s 358 passing yards and seven touchdowns, West defeated the 76ers, 74-71. Independence’s Devin Clodfelter ran for 484 yards on 48 carries with five touchdowns in the losing effort.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Funny how rivals....the most respected and most used rankings for high school,has butler #53 and indy #72.Where do you get your ranking of indy #20 from? Of course,you use joe's barber shop in mint hill....right?

Anonymous said...

I kiss your you know what if there are 52 teams in this country better than Butler High School, if they play the way they played last fri agaiinst AK , they would beat practically any high school team in the countrty....no fisrt downs???????come on man , when have you EVER heard of something like that.