Sunday, October 9, 2011

Hough maintains top spot in Observer's Sweet 16 soccer poll

Hough, which went on the road and tied a tough Lake Norman team last week, remains the No. 1 team in the Observer's high school boys' soccer Sweet 16.

The Huskies (10-1-2) stay atop the rankings, ahead of Shelby (13-0) the only unbeaten and untied team in the area. Lake Norman (8-1-4) moves up to No. 3.

Providence, which lost to Ardrey Kell, drops from second to eighth. Four Southwestern Conference teams - Myers Park, Ardrey Kell, Providence and South Mecklenburg - are in the top nine.
Gastonia Forestview (7-3) makes its first appearance in the rankings at No. 16.


Anonymous said...

Not sure you realize this, but Catholic is not 8-3 - they are 11-3 and just went to Raleigh Friday night and beat top-ranked in 3A and defending State Champion Cardinal Gibbons, who had lost just one game previous (to top-ranked and undefeated 4A Green Hope).... You may want to consider ranking higher than 14 or you just look foolish. (Plus Catholic has one-goal losses to both Hough and Providence earlier this year - and Providence scored twice in last 1:30 to do that)

Just sayin' - please check the correct information before you publish your poll.

Anonymous said...

Catholic lost to Charlotte Latin and they have a relatively weak schedule in 3A. They lost to Hough and Providence.

Anonymous said...

Catholic has always had a weak conference. . . they are only challenged outside of their conference. Therefore, their record inside conference does not hold a lot of weight. Sorry, that's just the way it is.

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