Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Butler No. 20 in the National Prep Poll

The National Prep Football Poll, compiled by XOS Digital Player On Demand National Reports Director Jamie DeMoney with input from sportswriters, experts, and coaches. The national Top 25 and regional Top 10's follow with with records through Sept. 2:
NATIONAL
1. Bradenton, Fla., Manatee (1-0-0), routed Miramar, 41-6, on ESPN2
2. Concord, Calif., De La Salle (1-0-0), crushed state-ranked Bellarmine, 41-7
3. Miami, Washington (1-0-0), standout jr. QB Treon Harris 5 TDs in 42-13 blowout of Carol City
4. Loganville, Ga., Grayson (2-0-0), clobbered then-No. 15 Miami Central, 35-3
5. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., Santa Margarita (2-0-0), QB Johnny Stanton will play at Nebraska
6. Duncan, S.C., Byrnes (2-0-0), hosts regionally ranked Northwestern Friday
7. Austin, Texas, Lake Travis (1-0-0), thumped Converse Judson, 47-13, in first game in Class 5A
8. Las Vegas, Bishop Gorman (2-0-0), won shootout vs. Hawaii power St. Louis, 52-40
9. Bellevue, Wash. (1-0-0), beat regionally ranked Euless Trinity, 31-24, in OT
10. Dallas, Skyline (1-0-0), erased 10-point deficit to beat The Woodlands, 35-31
11. Cleveland, St. Ignatius (2-0-0), blasted Mich.-ranked De La Salle, 49-13
12. River Ridge, La., John Curtis (1-0-0), opened with 26-7 win against state-ranked St. Paul
13. Westlake Village, Calif., Oaks Christian (2-0-0), back-to-back blowout wins over state-ranked foes
14. Hoover, Ala. (1-0-0), thumped Miss. power South Panola, 35-10
15. Tampa, Fla., Plant (1-0-0), plays No. 12 John Curtis Friday
16. Murrieta, Calif., Vista Murrieta (1-0-0), beat Colo.-ranked ThunderRidge, 37-26
17. Fort Lauderdale, Fla., St. Thomas Aquinas (1-0-0), held off Miami Columbus, 31-28
18. Louisville, Ky., Trinity (2-0-0), has 27-game winning streak
19. Tulsa, Okla., Union (1-0-0), outlasted rival Jenks, 14-7
20. Matthews, N.C., Butler (2-0-0), WR Uriah LeMay a Georgia recruit
21. Nashville, Tenn., Ensworth (3-0-0), RB Corn Elder 12 rushing TDs in three games
22. Cincinnati, Moeller (2-0-0), rallied from 10-point halftime deficit to beat Grand Rapids Christian, 42-34
23. Detroit, Cass Tech (2-0-0), four players committed to Big Ten schools
24. Olney, Md., Good Counsel (1-1-0), edged Gilman, 20-19, in OT
25. Oradell, N.J., Bergen Catholic (0-0-0), opens Friday at Long Island power St. Anthony's
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Northeast
1. Oradell, N.J., Bergen Catholic, 0-0-0
2. Ramsey, N.J., Don Bosco, 0-0-0
3. Harrisburg, Pa., Central Dauphin, 1-0-0
4. Wexford, Pa., North Allegheny, 1-0-0
5. Warminster, Pa., Archbishop Wood, 1-0-0
6. Montvale, N.J., St. Joseph Regional, 0-0-0
7. Erial, N.J., Timber Creek, 0-0-0
8. Monroeville, Pa., Gateway, 1-0-0
9. Endwell, N.Y., Maine-Endwell, 1-0-0
10. Everett, Mass., 0-0-0
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East Coast
1. Duncan, S.C., Byrnes, 2-0-0
2. Matthews, N.C. Butler, 2-0-0
3. Olney, Md., Good Counsel, 1-1-0
4. Goose Creek, S.C., 2-0-0
5. Rock Hill, S.C., Northwestern, 3-0-0
6. Richmond, Va., Hermitage, 1-0-0
7. Chesapeake, Va., Oscar Smith, 0-1-0
8. Rock Hill, S.C., South Pointe, 3-0-0
9. Ashburn, Va., Stone Bridge, 1-0-0
10. Baltimore, Gilman, 0-2-0
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Southeast
1. Bradenton, Fla., Manatee, 1-0-0
2. Miami, Washington, 1-0-0
3. Loganville, Ga., Grayson, 2-0-0
4. River Ridge, La., Curtis, 1-0-0
5. Hoover, Ala., 1-0-0
6. Tampa, Fla., Plant, 1-0-0
7. Fort Lauderdale, Fla., St. Thomas Aquinas, 1-0-0
8. Nashville, Tenn., Ensworth, 3-0-0
9. Seffner, Fla., Armwood, 1-0-0
10. Memphis, Tenn., Memphis University, 2-1-0
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Midwest
1. Cleveland, St. Ignatius, 2-0-0
2. Louisville, Ky., Trinity, 2-0-0
3. Cincinnati, Moeller, 2-0-0
4. Detroit, Cass Tech, 2-0-0
5. Cincinnati, St. Xavier, 2-0-0
6. Cincinnati, Colerain, 2-0-0
7. Bolingbrook, Ill., 2-0-0
8. Lakewood, Ohio, St. Edward, 2-0-0
9. Mentor, Ohio, 2-0-0
10. Indianapolis, Ben Davis, 3-0-0
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Midlands
1. Eden Prairie, Minn., 1-0-0
2. Denver, Mullen, 1-0-0
3. Salt Lake City, East, 2-0-0
4. Sandy, Utah, Jordan, 2-0-0
5. Kirkwood, Mo., 2-0-0
6. St. Louis, Christian Brothers, 2-0-0
7. Hutchinson, Kan., 1-0-0
8. Ankeny, Iowa, 2-0-0
9. Sandy, Utah, Alta, 3-0-0
10. Omaha, Neb., Millard North, 2-0-0
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Southwest
1. Austin, Texas, Lake Travis, 1-0-0
2. Las Vegas, Bishop Gorman, 2-0-0
3. Dallas, Skyline, 1-0-0
4. Tulsa, Okla., Union, 1-0-0
5. Katy, Texas, 1-0-0
6. Cibolo, Texas, Steele, 1-0-0
7. Euless, Texas, Trinity, 0-1-0
8. Bentonville, Ark., 1-0-0
9. Phoenix, Brophy, 2-1-0
10. Allen, Texas, 1-0-0
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West Coast
1. Concord, Calif., De La Salle, 1-0-0
2. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., Santa Margarita, 2-0-0
3. Bellevue, Wash., 1-0-0
4. Westlake Village, Calif., Oaks Christian, 2-0-0
5. Murrieta, Calif., Vista Murrieta, 1-0-0
6. Mission Hills, Calif., Alemany, 2-0-0
7. Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., Tesoro, 2-0-0
8. Sammamish, Wash., Skyline, 1-0-0
9. Portland, Ore., Jesuit, 1-0-0
10. Upland, Calif., 2-0-0
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FEATS OF THE WEEK: Top-ranked Bradenton, Fla., Manatee opened with a 41-6 blowout of Miramar on ESPN2. The Hurricanes scored 38 unanswered points after trailing midway into the second quarter. Quarterback Cord Sandberg (a Mississippi St. recruit) had three touchdowns -- two passing and one rushing. … Covington, La., St. Paul's 29-game regular-season winning streak ended with a 26-7 loss to No. 12 River Ridge, La., John Curtis. It was an impromptu replacement game for both teams, whose scheduled season-openers were canceled due to Hurricane Isaac. … No. 19 Tulsa, Okla., Union beat Jenks, 14-7, in the Backyard Bowl at the University of Tulsa's Chapman Stadium. The rivalry has produced the Class 6A state champion each of the last 16 seasons. … A stadium electrical fire left in limbo a matchup between regionally ranked Salt Lake City, East and Sandy, Utah, Jordan. East led the game 28-27 in the third quarter when the game was halted. Officials decided to leave the game's status as suspended. … Regionally ranked Allen, Texas, opened its new $59.6-million dollar stadium in style with a stunning 24-0 shutout of then-No. 8 Southlake, Carroll. Nearly 22,000 tickets were sold to the game. … Elsewhere in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Prime Prep Academy -- a charter school co-founded and coached by Pro Football Hall of Fame player Deion Sanders -- lost its first-ever football game, falling to Dallas, Parish Episcopal, 50-6.
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