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Marist Remains 23rd Nationally

Grants Pass Gets Votes Again


Going into the Oregon playoffs, 4A Marist remains 23rd. ranked nationally in the USA Today/NFCA High School Top 25, counting games thru May 16th, after completing an unbeaten SkyEm campaign.


6A Grants Pass is again garnering votes as well, after a temporary absence. The Lady Cavers were the only 6A team to complete league play undefeated.


Klein Oak, Texas, top ranked all season, suffered a pair of losses, dropping to 11th., which allowed unbeaten Archbisop Mitty (29-0) of San Jose, CA to climb another spot to the top of the poll, as the entire top five moved up one slot apiece.


Emerald Ridge, Washington, remained the only other northwest team in the rankings, remaining at #22.


USA Today/NFCA High School Top 25 - 5/21/09

1 Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, Calif.) 29-0
2 Sheldon (Sacramento, Calif.) 26-1
3 Norco (Calif.) 27-2
4 Canyon Del Oro (Oro Valley, Ariz.) 33-2
5 Freedom (Oakley, Calif.) 21-3
6 Alexander Central (Taylorsville, N.C.) 24-1
7 Masuk (Monroe, Conn.) 18-0
8 Dunnellon (Fla.) 32-1
9 Naples (Fla.) 27-2
10 Mortimer Jordan (Morris, Ala.) 35-2
11 Klein Oak (Spring, Texas) 28-2
12 Basha (Chandler, Ariz.) 32-6
13 Cooper City (Florida) 26-5
14 Vista Murrieta (California) 23-4
15 Lake Wales (FL) 28-2
16 Bowie (Texas) 33-4
17 Red Bank Cathloic (Red Bank, N.J.) 18-1-1
18 Toms River East (Toms River, N.J.) 22-2
19 Broad Run (Va.) 17-2
20 North Davidson (Lexington, N.C.) 23-1
21 Van (Texas) 30-0
22 Emerald Ridge (Puyallup, Wash.) 18-0
23 Marist (Eugene, OR) 24-1
24 Homestead (Fort Wayne, Ind.) 22-0
25 Keystone (Ohio) 24-3
Others: Battlefield (Virginia); Christian County (Kentucky); Clements (Texas); Fletcher (Florida); Gaffney (South Carolina); Grants Pass (Oregon); Loyola (Illinois); Pembroke Pines Charter (Florida); Red Mountain (Arizona); Santiago (California).


The poll is compiled by state representatives from across the country. Among the criteria considered are a school's strength of schedule, the quality of competition in its state or league, and the quality of its players.

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