Monday, October 18, 2010

Mallard Creek joins National Prep Poll

National Prep Football Poll
The National Prep Football Poll, 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 records through Oct. 17:
National
1. Euless, Texas, Trinity (8-0-0), three players are Big 12 commits
2. Batesville, Miss., South Panola (8-0-0), over 600 yards of offense in 62-6 rout of Tupelo
3. Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Aquinas (6-0-0), topped defending 6A champ Miramar, 23-7
4. Cleveland, Glenville (8-0-0), 47 FBS recruits last six years
5. Sacramento, Calif., Grant (7-0-0), came from behind to beat Monterey Trail, 28-22
6. West Monroe, La., (7-0-0), all wins by 20 or more
7. Hampton, Va., Phoebus (7-0-0), 37-game win streak is nation's second best
8. Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., Dwyer (5-1-0), TE Nick O'Leary grandson of golf legend Jack Nicklaus
9. Ramsey, N.J., Don Bosco (5-0-0), unbeaten vs. in-state foes since `05
10. Hoover, Ala., (8-0-0), got 15th straight win
11. Bradenton, Fla., Manatee (6-0-0), 5A finalist last season
12. Cincinnati, Colerain (8-0-0), more than 400 rushing yards in 56-7 blowout of Princeton
13. Concord, Calif., De La Salle (6-0-0), six-time Prep Poll champion
14. Mission Viejo, Calif., (7-0-0), trailed for first time this season in 52-26 win over Dana Hills
15. Corona, Calif., Centennial (6-0-0), averaging 50 points per game
16. Chandler, Ariz., Hamilton (8-0-0), OL Christian Westerman will play at Texas
17. South Jordan, Utah, Bingham (8-0-0), whipped then-unbeaten Riverton, 52-13
18. Jenks, Okla. (7-0-0), 45-point average win margin
19. Wheaton, Ill., Wheaton Warrenville South (8-0-0), thumped then-unbeaten Glenbard North, 49-6
20. Anaheim, Calif., Servite (6-0-0), defending Division II state champ
21. Indianapolis, Warren Central (8-1-0), won conference title with OT win against Center Grove
22. Denver, Mullen (7-0-0), shut out 11 of last 21 opponents
23. Roebuck, S.C., Dorman (8-0-0), erased 14-point deficit and beat Mauldin, 42-24
24. Katy, Texas (7-0-0), eight straight years with at least 11 wins
25. Charlotte, N.C., Mallard Creek (8-0-0), 45-point average win margin

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Butler?

Anonymous said...

How can Mallard Creek be listed on a National Poll, and Butler not, yet you rank Butler higher in the Sweet 16?

Anonymous said...

The National Smelly Coaches Association
1.Butler
2.Jack Britt
3.Hough
4.Rocky River
5.Lumberton
6.Seventy First
7.Harding
8.Mallard Creek

Ok we made Butler #1. Does that make you feel better poopsy......LOL

Anonymous said...

That is absolutelly hilarious!!!!!!