Having outscored its opponents 55-3 in the first nine games of the season, Davis (Kaysville, Utah) has moved to the top of the USA TODAY Sports/National Soccer Coaches Association Super 25 for girls soccer.
Davis, the defending Super 25 champions, is 9-0 and has won 34 games in a row dating back to the 2014 season.
Northern Highlands (Allendale, N.J.) drops to No. 2 despite opening its season with a pair of 6-0 shutouts victories. Glastonbury (Conn.) moves from No. 4 to No. 3 after winning its opener.
Strongsville (Ohio) is 7-0 and moved up to No. 4 thanks in part to a 1-0 victory against perennial power Maria Carrillo (Santa Rosa, Calif.), which is ranked No. 25 this week.
Houston (Germantown, Tenn.) remains at No. 5.
Five new teams crack the Super 25, led by No. 17 Bedford (N.H.) followed by No. 18 Rosemount (Minn.), No. 22 Baldwinsville (N.Y.), No. 23 Central Catholic (Lawrence, Mass.) and No. 24 Norwin (Irwin, Pa.).