High School Power Rankings: State Championships Edition [5/31/18]

Welcome to the eighth edition of the 2018 High School Power Rankings, presented by Universe Point cleats! The rankings can be permanently found on our Youth Rankings page.

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Without further ado, here are the Top 25 teams in the Boys’ and Girls’ High School Divisions!

High School Boys Power Rankings:
RankTeamChangePrior
Dropped from rankings: Great River (MN) (22), Wilson (DC) (23), Lexington (MA) (24), Mason (OH) (25)
1-1
2-2
3-3
4+15
5+16
6+17
7+18
8+19
9+110
10-
11-
12-111
13-112
14-113
15-114
16-115
17-
18-
19-316
20-317
21-174
22-418
23-419
24-420
25-421

Notes

  • Enormous changes this week after a number of late season tournaments and state championship events!
  • Oh, hey, Connecticut teams! Hotchkiss won the state championship and launched into the top 25 after Middletown, another strong CT team, went to Pioneer Valley Invite and beat Westfield and Lexington, while losing only to #2 Amherst…by one…twice.
  • Radnor lands back in the top 25 after a dominant performance at Pennsylvania States where they defeated Pennsbury in quarters and North Allegheny in the final.
  • Green Canyon upset Lone Peak to win Utah States and jumps back into the top 25.
  • A number of teams got pushed out of the top 25 because of the new arrivals.

Notes

  • Roosevelt continues their fantastic play in the Washington state playoffs. They defeated Franklin and Ingraham in the Seattle Public School league tournament.
  • Ingraham got an upset win over Nathan Hale to move up seven spots this week.
  • Lexington got wins over Four Rivers and Amherst to win Massachusetts states.
  • Radnor took home the Pennsylvania state crown with wins over Fox Chapel and Lower Merion along the way.
  • Holy Family Catholic moved up a couple slots after a crushing performance at Ohio States.
  • Eagan lost 15-10 to Edina in Minnesota league play and dropped out of the top 25.
  1. Charlie Eisenhood
    Charlie Eisenhood

    Charlie Eisenhood is the editor-in-chief of Ultiworld.You can reach him by email ([email protected]) or on Twitter (@ceisenhood).

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