Super 25 State Boys Lacrosse Rankings - Week 4

Super 25 State Boys Lacrosse Rankings - Week 4

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Super 25 State Boys Lacrosse Rankings - Week 4

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Gonzaga (D.C.) junior midfielder Avery Myers scored the game-winner in Gonzaga’s wild overtime victory over the Hill Academy out of Ontario. (Photo: Casey Vock)

Gonzaga (D.C.) junior midfielder Avery Myers scored the game-winner in Gonzaga’s wild overtime victory over Hill Academy (Ontario). (Photo: Casey Vock)

Each week USA TODAY High School Sports will release Super 25 State Lacrosse Rankings provided by 3dRising. Rankings are based on results from the 2015 season, quality of players and strength of schedule. Records are through Wednesday’s games.

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Arizona

  1. Desert Vista High School, Phoenix (2-0)
  2. Brophy College Preparatory, Phoenix (5-0)
  3. Chaparral High School, Scottsdale (4-1)
  4. Gilbert High School, Gilbert (2-1)
  5. Salpointe Catholic High School, Tucson (2-1)
  6. Sabino High School, Tucson (2-1)
  7. Mountain Pointe High School, Phoenix (5-1)
  8. Notre Dame Preparatory High School, Scottsdale (3-1)
  9. Corona del Sol, Tempe (1-3)
  10. Horizon High School, Scottsdale (2-3)

 Colorado

  1. Cherry Creek High School, Greenwood Village (2-0)
  2. Arapahoe High School, Centennial (3-0)
  3. Regis Jesuit High School, Aurora (1-1)
  4. Mountain Vista High School, Highlands Ranch (4-0)
  5. Kent Denver School, Englewood (3-0)
  6. Wheat Ridge High School, Wheat Ridge (2-1)
  7. Columbine High School, Littleton (2-1)
  8. Monarch High School, Louisville (3-1)
  9. Grandview High School, Aurora (3-1)
  10. Mullen High School, Denver (0-3)

 Florida

  1. St. Thomas Aquinas, Fort Lauderdale (10-0)
  2. Lake Highland Preparatory School, Orlando (10-2)
  3. Jupiter Community, Jupiter (11-2)
  4. Ponte Vedra, Ponte Vedra Beach (12-2)
  5. Lake Mary (11-1)
  6. Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Parkland (11-1)
  7. Saint Andrew’s School, Boca Raton (7-3)
  8. Baron G. Collier, Naples (8-2)
  9. Seminole High School, Seminole (8-2)
  10. Vero Beach High School, Vero Beach (10-1)

Georgia

  1. Lambert, Suwanee (6-0)
  2. The Westminster Schools, Atlanta (8-1)
  3. The Lovett School, Atlanta (3-2)
  4. Alan C. Pope High School, Marietta (7-1)
  5. Johns Creek (6-2)
  6. Centennial, Roswell (6-1)
  7. Roswell (5-1)
  8. Northview, Duluth (6-1)
  9. Allatoona, Acworth (6-0)
  10. Lassiter High School, Marietta (6-1)

Maryland MIAA

  1. McDonogh School, Owings Mills, Md. (2-1)
  2. St. Paul’s School, Brooklandville, Md. (3-1)
  3. Calvert Hall College High School, Baltimore (3-0)
  4. The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland, Baltimore (3-1)
  5. St. Mary’s High School, Annapolis, Md. (1-2)
  6. Loyola Blakefield, Baltimore (1-0)
  7. Gilman School, Baltimore (0-0)
  8. Severn School, Severna Park (2-0)
  9. Mount Saint Joseph High School, Baltimore (1-2)
  10. Archbishop Spalding High School, Severn (3-1)

North Carolina

  1. Charlotte Catholic High School, Charlotte (6-1)
  2. Charlotte Latin School, Charlotte (4-1)
  3. Marvin Ridge High School, Waxhaw (5-0)
  4. Apex High School, Apex (4-0)
  5. Cardinal Gibbons High School, Raleigh (2-2)
  6. Lake Norman High School, Mooresville (3-1)
  7. NorthWest Guilford, Greensboro (3-1)
  8. Charlotte Country Day School, Charlotte (5-2)
  9. Greensboro Page High School, Greensboro (5-0)
  10. John T. Hoggard High School, Wilmington (3-0)

Northern California

  1. Ignatius College Preparatory, San Francisco (6-0)
  2. San Ramon Valley High School, Danville (5-1)
  3. Bellarmine College Preparatory, San Jose (3-2)
  4. Monte Vista High School, Danville (5-1)
  5. De LaSalle High School, Concord (4-2)
  6. Acalanes High School, Lafayette (5-1)
  7. Amador Valley High School, Pleasanton (6-0)
  8. Piedmont High School, Piedmont (4-2)
  9. Junipero Serra High School, San Mateo (4-1)
  10. Menlo-Atherton High School, Atherton (5-2)

Southern California

  1. Torrey Pines High School, San Diego (3-1)
  2. Foothill High School, Santa Ana (5-0)
  3. Corona Del Mar High School, Newport Beach (4-0)
  4. Cathedral Catholic High School, San Diego (3-1)
  5. La Costa Canyon High School, Encinitas (2-1)
  6. JSerra Catholic High School, San Juan Capistrano (4-0)
  7. St. Margaret’s Episcopal School, San Juan Capistrano (5-1)
  8. Poway High School, Poway (3-1)
  9. Rancho Bernardo High School, San Diego (2-0)
  10. Scripps Ranch High School, San Diego (2-1)

South Carolina

  1. Wando High School, Mt. Pleasant (7-0)
  2. Paul M. Dorman High School, Roebuck (5-0)
  3. C. Flora High School, Columbia (6-0)
  4. Clover High School, Clover (3-2)
  5. Fort Mill High School, Fort Mill (1-2)
  6. L. Mann Academy, Greenville (7-1)
  7. Hilton Head Island High School, Hilton Head (4-1)
  8. Riverside High School, Greer (4-2)
  9. Greenville Senior High School, Greenville (4-3)
  10. Nation Ford High School, Fort Mill (3-4)

Texas

  1. Highland Park, Dallas (2-2)
  2. Episcopal School of Dallas (6-1)
  3. Dallas Jesuit Preparatory School of Dallas (3-2)
  4. Coppell (4-2)
  5. The Woodlands (6-0)
  6. St. Mark’s School of Texas, Dallas (3-0)
  7. Southlake Carroll, Southlake (4-1)
  8. Westlake, Austin (5-3)
  9. Seven Lakes High School, Katy (8-1)
  10. Vandegrift High School, Austin (6-3)

Utah

  1. Corner Canyon High School, Draper (4-0)
  2. Park City High School, Park City (3-0)
  3. Brighton High School, Cottonwood Heights (5-0)
  4. Highland High School, Salt Lake City (5-0)
  5. Judge Memorial Catholic School, Salt Lake City (4-1)
  6. Juan Diego Catholic High School, Draper (3-1)
  7. Skyline High School, Salt Lake City (4-1)
  8. Bingham High School, South Jordan (3-2)
  9. Sky View High School, Smithfield (4-2)
  10. Davis High School, Kaysville (6-1)

Washington D.C. Region*

  1. Gonzaga College High School, Washington, D.C. (4-0)
  2. Landon School, Bethesda, Md. (3-0)
  3. Georgetown Preparatory School, North Bethesda, Md. (2-0)
  4. St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes School, Alexandria, Va. (3-0)
  5. Paul VI Catholic High School, Fairfax, Va. (3-2)
  6. Bullis School, Potomac, Md. (3-0)
  7. St. Mary’s Riken High School, Leonardtown, Md. (2-1)
  8. Episcopal High School, Alexandria, Va. (1-1)
  9. St. Albans School, Washington, D.C. (1-1)
  10. Bishop Denis J. O’Connell High School, Arlington, Va. (3-1)

*The Washington D.C. area includes teams in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC), Interstate Athletic Conference (IAC) and Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAC) leagues and Washington D.C. independent schools.

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