April 7, 2017 by Charlie Eisenhood in Rankings with 1 comments
The rankings will eventually be used to determine the initial invitations to the 2017 High School National Invite; currently, we plan to use the rankings published the week of May 1st as the final rankings before bids are sent out (subject to change).
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Without further ado, here are the Top 25 teams in the Boys’ and Girls’ High School Divisions!
High School Girls Division Power Rankings:
|Dropped from rankings: Allderdice (PA) (24)|
|3||Lone Peak (UT)||-||3|
|6||Nathan Hale (WA)||+3||9|
|9||Holy Family Catholic (OH)||-2||7|
|10||BFA Fairfax (VT)||-||10|
|13||High Country Homeschoolers (NC)||-||13|
|14||Crescent Valley (OR)||+1||15|
|16||South Eugene (OR)||-2||14|
|17||Carolina Friends (NC)||-1||16|
|18||Neuqua Valley (IL)||-1||17|
|19||Watchung Hills (NJ)||-||19|
|20||Great River (MN)||+3||23|
|21||HB Woodlawn (VA)||-3||18|
|24||North Allegheny (PA)||-|
|25||East Chapel Hill (NC)||-||25|
- Additional results from the Seattle spring season helped reshape the top of the rankings. Nathan Hale topped Ingraham 10-8 and Ingraham beat Franklin 8-5.
- Durham has beaten CFS already this season so the adjustments after the YULA Invite have been corrected.
- North Allegheny blew out Allderdice and jumps into the rankings at #24
High School Boys Division Power Rankings:
|1||Carolina Friends (NC)||-||1|
|4||Center Grove (IN)||-||4|
|5||East Chapel Hill (NC)||-||5|
|6||Holy Family Catholic (OH)||-||6|
|8||South Eugene (OR)||+1||9|
|11||Edina High School (MN)||-3||8|
|15||De Smet (MO)||-||15|
|18||Nathan Hale (WA)||-||18|
|20||Neuqua Valley (IL)||-||20|
|22||Pine Richland (PA)||-||22|
|24||Iowa City West (IA)||-||24|
- Not much action this week in the Boys’ Division, but Hopkins beat Edina 11-10 to kick off the Minnesota HS Spring League.