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USA Today Final HS Team Rankings

Discussion in 'College Football' started by jimotis4heisman, Dec 23, 2004.

  1. http://www.usatoday.com/sports/preps/football/poll/2004-super25.htm

    Super 25 football rankings

    Final rankings: Dec. 20, 2004.

    By Christopher Lawlor, USA TODAY

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    Wire to wire: Ten teams — Southlake (Texas) Carroll, Independence (Charlotte), Mission Viejo (Calif.), Hoover (Ala.), Poly (Long Beach, Calif.), Colerain (Cincinnati), Jenks (Okla.), Central Catholic (Pittsburgh), Camden County (Kingsland, Ga.) and Christian Brothers Academy (Syracuse, N.Y.) — appeared in all 16 of this season's Super 25 rankings.

    Player of the week: Eugene Jarvis of No. 6 Central Catholic (Pittsburgh) rushed for 192 yards on 24 carries and scored five TDs during a 49-14 win vs. Neshaminy (Langhorne, Pa.) in the Class 4A final. Jarvis ran for 2,196 yards and scored 38 TDs this season.

    Milestones: WR Mohamed Massaquoi of No. 2 Independence (Charlotte) set North Carolina single-season records for receiving yards (1,834) and TDs (32) and career marks for yards (4,876) and TDs (76).

    Extra points: Evangel Christian Academy (Shreveport, La.) stopped a two-point conversion with 28 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter of the Class 5A final, preserving a 21-20 victory over West Monroe (14-1). ECA (11-3) won its third state title in four years, and fourth in six, all coming against West Monroe. ... Cory Reamer of No. 4 Hoover (Ala.) was named MVP of the Class 6A final. Reamer blocked two punts, returning one for a 12-yard TD in a 22-7 win over Prattville.

    1. Southlake (Texas) Carroll (16-0)
    Previous:
    1. Result: d. Smithson Valley (Spring Branch) 27-24 in Class 5A, Division II final.



    2. Independence, Charlotte (15-0)
    Previous:
    2. Result: d. South View (Hope Mills) 41-7 in Class 4AA final.



    3. Mission Viejo, Calif. (14-0)
    Previous:
    3. Result: d. Valencia 49-21 in CIF-Southern Section, Division II final.




    4. Hoover, Ala. (15-0)
    Previous:
    4. Result: d. Prattville 22-7 in Class 6A state final. Won fourth state title in five years.



    5. Colerain, Cincinnati (15-0)
    Previous:
    5. Result: Won Division I state title. Averaged 46.3 points with an average margin of victory of nearly 40 points.




    6. Central Catholic, Pittsburgh (16-0)
    Previous:
    6. Result: d. Neshaminy (Langhorne) 49-14 in PIAA Class 4A final.



    7. South Panola, Batesville, Miss. (15-0)
    Previous:
    7. Result: Won Class 5A state title.



    8. Bellevue, Wash. (13-0)
    Previous:
    8. Result: Won Class 3A state title.



    9. John Curtis, River Ridge, La. (14-0)
    Previous:
    9. Result: d. Northside (Lafayette) 29-14 in Class 4A state final.



    10. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (13-1)
    Previous:
    10. Result: d. Los Alamitos 21-6 in CIF-Southern Section, Division I final.



    11. Lowndes, Valdosta, Ga. (15-0)
    Previous:
    12. Result: Won Class 5A state title.



    12. Christian Brothers Academy, Syracuse, N.Y. (13-0)
    Previous:
    13. Result: Won Class AA state title.



    13. Muskegon, Mich. (14-0)
    Previous:
    14. Result: Won Division II state title.



    14. Joliet (Ill.) Catholic (14-0)
    Previous:
    15. Result: Won Class 5A championship. Won its Illinois record 12th football state title.



    15. Riverdale, Murfreesboro, Tenn. (15-0)
    Previous:
    16. Result: Won Class 5A state title.



    16. Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks, Calif. (14-0)
    Previous:
    17. Result: d. Dominguez (Compton) 38-21 in CIF-Southern Section, Division III final.



    17. Killian, Miami (13-1)
    Previous:
    Not ranked. Result: d. then-No. 19 Edgewater (Orlando) 28-7 in Class 6A state final.



    18. Lakeland, Fla. (15-0)
    Previous:
    Not ranked. Result: d. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale) 31-7 in Class 5A final.



    19. Union, Tulsa (13-1)
    Previous:
    18. Result: Won Class 6A state title.



    20. DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md. (10-1)
    Previous:
    20. Result: Won Washington Catholic Athletic Association championship.



    21. Jenks, Okla. (12-1)
    Previous:
    21. Result: Finished second in Class 6A state tournament.



    22. St. Joseph Regional, Montvale, N.J. (11-1)
    Previous:
    22. Result: Won Non-Public Group 3 state championship.



    23. St. Xavier, Louisville (14-1)
    Previous:
    23. Result: Won Class 4A state title.



    24. Camden County, Kingsland, Ga. (13-1)
    Previous:
    24. Result: Advanced to Class 5A state semifinals.





    25. Mullen, Denver (13-1)
    Previous:
    25. Result: Won Class 5A state championship. Coach Dave Logan, a former NFL player, won his third state title, all with different schools. Dropped out: No. 11 Lufkin (Texas) lost to No..1 Southlake Carroll 37-30 in Class 5A, Division II state semifinals; No. 19 Edgewater (Orlando) lost to Killian (Miami) 28-7 in Class 6A state final.



    Records through Sunday games. About the rankings: USA TODAY's Super 25 football rankings are compiled by Lawlor, who consults with a national network of high school sportswriters, analysts and coaches. 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.

    The rankings appear on Tuesdays throughout the fall.

    Super 25 football — regional rankings

    Final rankings — Dec. 20, 2004

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    East
    1. Central Catholic, Pittsburgh (16-0)
    2. Christian Brothers Academy, Syracuse, N.Y. (13-0)
    3. DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md. (10-1)
    4. St. Joseph Reg., Montvale, N.J. (11-1)
    5. Neshaminy, Langhorne, Pa. (13-2)
    6. Bergen Catholic, Oradell, N.J. (10-2)
    7. South, Middletown, N.J. (11-0)
    8. Good Counsel, Wheaton, Md. (11-1)
    9. New Rochelle, N.Y. (11-1)
    10. Acton (Mass.)-Boxboro (13-0)

    South
    1. Southlake (Texas) Carroll (16-0)
    2. Independence, Charlotte (15-0)
    3. Hoover, Ala. (15-0)
    4. South Panola, Batesville, Miss. (15-0)
    5. John Curtis, River Ridge, La. (14-0)
    6. Lowndes, Valdosta, Ga. (15-0)
    7. Riverdale, Murfreesboro, Tenn. (15-0)
    8. Killian, Miami (13-1)
    9. Lakeland, Fla. (15-0)
    10. St. Xavier, Louisville (14-1)

    Midwest
    1. Colerain, Cincinnati (15-0)
    2. Muskegon, Mich. (14-0)
    3. Joliet (Ill.) Catholic (14-0)
    4. Union, Tulsa (13-1)
    5. Jenks, Okla. (12-1)
    6. Mukwonago, Wis. (14-0)
    7. Providence Catholic, New Lenox, Ill. (13-1)
    8. Warren Central, Indianapolis (14-1)
    9. Hickman, Columbia, Mo. (11-1)
    10. Brookhaven, Columbus, Ohio (15-0)

    West
    1. Mission Viejo, Calif. (14-0)
    2. Bellevue, Wash. (13-0)
    3. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (13-1)
    4. Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks, Calif. (14-0)
    5. Mullen, Denver (13-1)
    6. Los Alamitos, Calif. (12-2)
    7. Palo Verde, Las Vegas (14-0)
    8. Clovis West, Fresno, Calif. (12-2)
    9. Evergreen, Vancouver, Wash. (14-0)
    10. Oceanside, Calif. (13-0)

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  2. Buckeye513

    Buckeye513 Stable Genius

    Why is Mission Viejo in red?
     
  3. they have players headed to ohio state
    and orange is ohio schools

    ive done this all year just bc it is hard to skim through it gives people an idea of what to look for.
     
  4. spraguezilla

    spraguezilla Rookie

    I still have a hard time believing there are 4 better teams than the Cardinals. I guess it is another poll where preseason rankings come into play.
     

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