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USA Today super 25

Discussion in 'College Football' started by jimotis4heisman, Dec 4, 2004.

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


    Super 25 football rankings

    Updated Nov. 29, 2004.

    By Christopher Lawlor, USA TODAY

    <TABLE class=sidebar cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=190 align=right border=0><TBODY><TR><TD rowSpan=5>[​IMG]</TD><TD bgColor=#ff0000 rowSpan=6>[​IMG]</TD><TD vAlign=top width=10 bgColor=#ff0000>[​IMG]</TD><TD class=sports-paintbox-label vAlign=top width=168 colSpan=2>Inside the Super 25</TD><TD bgColor=#ff0000 rowSpan=6>[​IMG]</TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=10 rowSpan=3>[​IMG]</TD><TD vAlign=top width=158>[​IMG]</TD><TD vAlign=top width=10 rowSpan=3>[​IMG]</TD></TR><TR><TD class=sidebar vAlign=top width=158>[​IMG] Regional rankings</TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=158>[​IMG]</TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ff0000 colSpan=3>[​IMG]</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
    Home stretch: Nine of the top 10 teams claimed playoff victories, but then-No. 8 Camden County (Kingsland, Ga.) fell in the Class 5A state semifinals. Three schools — No. 14 Christian Brothers Academy (Syracuse, N.Y.), No. 15 Muskegon (Mich.) and No. 15 Joliet (Ill.) Catholic — won state titles. This weekend, eight schools will play for state championships.

    Player of the week: Chane Moline of No. 3 Mission Viejo (Calif.) rushed for 238 yards and three TDs in a 50-20 win vs. Hart (Newhall) in the CIF-Southern Section, Division II quarterfinals. Moline, who scored on three five-yard runs in the second quarter, has scored 32 TDs and run for 1,643 yards on 179 carries this season.

    Game of the week: Saturday, Mullen (Denver) plays Cherry Creek (Englewood, Colo.) for the Class 5A championship. Mullen (12-1), No. 5 in the West Region, won the regular season meeting 21-6.

    Streak snapped: St. Mary's Colgan (Pittsburg, Kan.) lost to Smith Center 36-14 in the state Class 2-1A championship, halting a win streak at 66 games and consecutive state titles at four.

    Overtime: Easton (Pa.) won twice during a three-day stretch last week. Easton (13-0), No. 6 in the East Region, beat archrival Phillipsburg (N.J.) 31-0 on Thanksgiving and then stopped George Washington (Philadelphia) 15-10 on Saturday in the Class 4A quarterfinals.

    Extra points: No. 15 Muskegon (Mich.) won its third state championship since the state playoffs began in 1975, beating St. Mary's (Orchard Lake) 31-7 in Division II. ... RB Eugene Jarvis of No. 7 Central Catholic (Pittsburgh) recorded his second straight 200-yard game, rushing for 230 yards and four TDs, in a 44-3 win vs. McDowell (Erie, Pa.). Jarvis, who has 4,050 career yards, became the fifth WPIAL Class 4A player to surpass the 4,000-yard barrier. ... QB Greg Paulus closed out a four-year career with state passing records of 11,763 yards and 152 TDs, helping No. 14 Christian Brothers (Syracuse, N.Y.) defeat New Rochelle 41-35 in the Class AA final. In the final, Paulus passed for 376 yards and three scores, earning MVP honors. No. 2 Independence (Charlotte) won its 75th consecutive game, beating Northwest Guilford (Greensboro) 62-7 in the Class 4AA quarterfinals, as QB Joe Cox completed 17 passes for 392 yards and five TDs. ... No. 3 Mission Viejo has punted only three times in 12 games, outscoring opponents 531-116.

    1. Southlake (Texas) Carroll (13-0)
    Previous:
    1. Result: d. Abilene 35-30 in Class 5A, Division II Region 1 semifinals. Next: Saturday vs. No. 12 Denton Ryan in Region 1 final at Irving's Texas Stadium.

    2. Independence, Charlotte (13-0)
    Previous:
    2. Result: d. Northwest Guilford (Greensboro) 62-7 in Class 4AA quarterfinals. Next: Friday vs. Richmond Senior (Rockingham) in semifinals.

    3. Mission Viejo, Calif. (12-0)
    Previous:
    3. Result: d. Hart (Newhall) 50-20 in CIF-Southern Section, Division II quarterfinals. Next: Saturday vs. Upland in semifinals.


    4. Hoover, Ala. (13-0)
    Previous:
    4. Result: d. Spain Park (Hoover) 24-7 in Class 6A quarterfinals. Next: Friday vs. Mountain Brook in semifinals.

    5. Colerain, Cincinnati (14-0)
    Previous:
    5. Result: d. Kilbourne (Worthington) 34-3 in Division I state semifinals. Next: Saturday at Canton McKinley in final.


    6. Jenks, Okla. (12-0)
    Previous:
    6. Result: d. Putnam City North (Oklahoma City) 29-23 in Class 6A state semifinals. Next: Friday vs. Union (Tulsa) in final at Tulsa.

    7. Central Catholic, Pittsburgh (14-0)
    Previous:
    7. Result: d. McDowell (Erie) 44-3 in PIAA Class 4A quarterfinals. Next: Saturday vs. Bishop McDevitt (Harrisburg) in semifinals at Altoona.

    8. South Panola, Batesville, Miss. (14-0)
    Previous:
    9. Result: d. Clinton 41-13 in Class 5A state semifinals. Next: Friday vs. Ocean Springs in final at Jackson.

    9. Bellevue, Wash. (12-0)
    Previous:
    10. Result: d. Lynden 41-21 in Class 3A semifinals. Next: Friday vs. Ferndale in final at the Tacoma Dome.

    10. John Curtis, River Ridge, La. (12-0)
    Previous:
    13. Result: d. Bossier (Bossier City) 36-6 in Class 4A state quarterfinals. Next: Friday at Neville (Monroe) in semifinals.

    11. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (11-1)
    Previous:
    11. Result: d. St. John Bosco (Bellflower) 27-6 in CIF-Southern Section, Division I quarterfinals. Next: Friday vs. Esperanza (Anaheim) in semifinals.

    12. Denton (Texas) Ryan (12-1)
    Previous:
    12. Result: d. Midland 49-38 in Class 5A, Division II Region 1 semifinals. Next: Saturday vs. No. 1 Southlake Carroll in Region 1 final.

    13. Lufkin, Texas (13-0)
    Previous:
    14. Result: d. Longview 31-21 in Class 5A, Division II, Region 2 semifinals. Next: Saturday vs. Cedar Park in Region 2 final at Waco.

    14. Christian Brothers Academy, Syracuse, N.Y. (13-0)
    Previous:
    15. Result: d. New Rochelle 41-35 in Class AA final. Season complete.

    15. Muskegon, Mich. (14-0)
    Previous:
    16. Result: d. St. Mary's (Orchard Lake) 31-7 in Division II final. Season complete.

    16. Joliet (Ill.) Catholic (14-0)
    Previous:
    17. Result: d. Morris 17-0 in Class 5A final. Season complete.

    17. Carol City, Fla. (11-1)
    Previous:
    19. Result: d. Miami Central 24-17 in Class 6A, Region 3 final. Next: Friday vs. Killian (Miami) in state semifinals.

    18. Katy, Texas (12-1)
    Previous:
    22. Result: d. Dobie (Pasadena) 49-14 in Class 5A, Division II, Region 3 semifinals. Next: Saturday vs. Clear Lake (Houston) in Region 3 final at Houston's Rice Stadium.

    19. Lowndes, Valdosta, Ga. (14-0)
    Previous:
    Not ranked. Result: d. then-No. 8 Camden County (Kingsland) 30-0 in Class 5A state semifinals. Next: Saturday vs. Parkview (Lilburn) in final.

    20. DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md. (10-1)
    Previous:
    21. Result: Won Washington Catholic Athletic Conference championship. Season complete.

    21. Riverdale, Murfreesboro, Tenn. (14-0)
    Previous:
    Not ranked. Result: d. Oak Ridge 42-28 in Class 5A state semifinals. Next: Saturday vs. Franklin in final.

    22. Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks, Calif. (12-0)
    Previous:
    23. Result: d. Muir (Pasadena) Downey 49-26 in CIF-Southern Section, Division III quarterfinals. Next: Saturday vs. St. Francis (La Canada) in semifinals.

    23. St. Joseph Regional, Montvale, N.J. (10-1)
    Previous:
    25. Result: Idle. Next: Saturday vs. Pope John XXIII (Sparta) in Non-Public Group 3 final at Rutgers Stadium in Piscataway.

    24. Camden County, Kingsland, Ga. (13-1)
    Previous:
    8. Result: Lost to Lowndes (Valdosta) 30-0 in Class 5A state semifinals. Season complete.

    25. Don Bosco Prep, Ramsey, N.J. (10-1)
    Previous:
    Not ranked. Result: d. Paramus Catholic 40-6. Next: Friday vs. Bergen Catholic (Oradell) in Non-Public Group 4 final at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford.

    Dropped out: No. 18 Northwestern (Rock Hill, S.C.) lost to Rock Hill 7-6 in Class 4A, Division I semifinals; No. 20 Hahnville (Boutte, La.) lost to Slidell 14-13 in Class 5A quarterfinals; and No. 24 Maine South (Park Ridge, Ill.) lost to Downers Grove North 33-13 in Class 8A final.



    Records through Sunday games.

    About the rankings: USA TODAY's Super 25 football rankings are compilrd 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.

    East
    1. Central Catholic, Pittsburgh (14-0)
    2. Christian Brothers Academy, Syracuse, N.Y. (13-0)
    3. DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md. (10-1)
    4. St. Joseph Regional, Montvale, N.J. (10-1)
    5. Don Bosco Prep, Ramsey, N.J. (10-1)
    6. Easton, Pa. (13-0)
    7. Good Counsel, Wheaton, Md. (11-1)
    8. Everett, Mass. (9-0)
    9. St. Joseph's Prep, Philadelphia (10-2)
    10. New Rochelle, N.Y. (11-1)

    South
    1. Southlake (Texas) Carroll (13-0)
    2. Independence, Charlotte (13-0)
    3. Hoover, Ala. (13-0)
    4. South Panola, Batesville, Miss. (14-0)
    5. John Curtis, River Ridge, La. (12-0)
    6. Denton Ryan, Denton, Texas (12-1)
    7. Lufkin, Texas (13-0)
    8. Carol City, Fla. (11-1)
    9. Katy, Texas (12-1)
    10. Lowndes, Valdosta, Ga. (14-0)

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

    West
    1. Mission Viejo, Calif. (12-0)
    2. Bellevue, Wash. (12-0)
    3. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (11-1)
    4. Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks, Calif. (12-0)
    5. Mullen, Denver (12-1)
    6. Los Alamitos, Calif. (11-1)
    7. Jesuit, Portland, Ore. (12-0)
    8. Palo Verde, Las Vegas (13-0)
    9. Valencia, Calif. (11-1)
    10. Evergreen, Vancouver, Wash. (13-0)

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  2. "10. Avon Lake, Ohio (14-0)"

    Doesn't look like they are going to be ranked here any longer.

     
  3. bucknut11

    bucknut11 Defense still wins Championships

    Wow!
     
  4. cltbuckeye

    cltbuckeye Newbie

    Charlotte independence

    I have seen Charlotte Ind and the comp they play. They would be luck to make the state semi in OH...I saw a regional final a couple years ago w/ Chris Leak and the team they played was 11-1 and wouldn't have won any of Ohio's big city league titles...Toledo, Cinci, C-bus, Cleveland...Akron, Canton...NC football isn't that good.
     
  5. AmeriBuck007

    AmeriBuck007 Honey, Frank the Tank is not coming back

    I followed that link and found the ALL USA boys rankings and i noticed that all 5 people on their first team opted for the NBA. Howard, Telfair, Livingston, Jefferson, and Josh Smith. Does anyone here feel they should make a rule similar to college football.. I know that Lebron is one of a kind but most of these kids first start blooming at about the time they would enter from college. ie (Jermaine "right jab" O'neal)
     
  6. scooter1369

    scooter1369 Chief Toad Fart

    Miami Carol City was blanked in the state Semi's by Miami Killian this weekend. So much for that regional ranking.

    Daytona Mainland (My school) lost 28-7 to Lakeland. Gator recruits Jon Garner and Avery Atkins had a rough day. Atkins was held to 13 yards on 11 carries and Garner left the game with a broken elbow on the third series after a sack. He was 3-3 for 47 and TD to 4* TE Brian Ellis. No repeat for us. :(
     
  7. JohnnyCockfight

    JohnnyCockfight Beer is God's proof that he loves us.

    Ouch, I didn't even know you could do that. That's got to hurt like hell.
     
  8. scooter1369

    scooter1369 Chief Toad Fart

    He got it caught in the guys facemask, who landed on him and kept sliding. Jon said he never heard it break, but he felt it.
     
  9. Muck

    Muck Enjoy Every Sandwich Staff Member

    Damn I would love to see a Mission Viejo/Colerain matchup.
     
  10. USA Today Super 25 12/7

    http://www.usatoday.com/sports/preps/football/poll/2004-super25.htm
    Super 25 football rankings
    Updated Dec. 6, 2004.

    By Christopher Lawlor, USA TODAY

    <TABLE class=sidebar cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 width=190 align=right border=0><TBODY><TR><TD rowSpan=5>[​IMG]</TD><TD bgColor=#ff0000 rowSpan=6>[​IMG]</TD><TD vAlign=top width=10 bgColor=#ff0000>[​IMG]</TD><TD class=sports-paintbox-label vAlign=top width=168 colSpan=2>Inside the Super 25</TD><TD bgColor=#ff0000 rowSpan=6>[​IMG]</TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=10 rowSpan=3>[​IMG]</TD><TD vAlign=top width=158>[​IMG]</TD><TD vAlign=top width=10 rowSpan=3>[​IMG]</TD></TR><TR><TD class=sidebar vAlign=top width=158>[​IMG] Regional rankings</TD></TR><TR><TD vAlign=top width=158>[​IMG]</TD></TR><TR><TD bgColor=#ff0000 colSpan=3>[​IMG]</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

    Season nears end: Last weekend eight state champions were crowned. No. 18 Union (Tulsa) enters on the strength of beating then-No. 6 Jenks (Okla.) in Class 6A. Jenks won the regular season meeting. Eight more state or sectional titles will be decided this weekend. The most intriguing matchup is Florida's Class 6A final between No. 19 Edgewater (Orlando) and Killian (Miami). Edgewater has lost the last two 6A title games.

    Player of the week: QB Dominick Goodman of No. 5 Colerain (Cincinnati) rushed for a title-game record 259 yards and four TDs on 21 carries in a 50-10 win vs. Canton McKinley in the Division I state championship. Goodman rushed for scores of 28, 43, 1 and 23 yards, equaling the Division I final-game record held by two other players.

    Game of the week: Saturday, No. 1 Southlake (Texas) Carroll plays No. 11 Lufkin in the Class 5A, Division II semifinals at Baylor University's Floyd Casey Stadium in Waco. Both teams are 14-0.

    Honored: Coaches Kerry Coombs of No. 5Colerain (Cincinnati) and Ted Ginn Sr. of Glenville (Cleveland) were named Ohio's co-coaches of the year. Colerain won the Division I state championship. Ginn led Glenville to the Division I, Region 1 title. Ginn's son, Ted Jr. is a freshman at Ohio State and was named USA TODAY's Defensive Player of the Year in 2003.

    Stingy defense: No. 6 Central Catholic (Pittsburgh) limited RB LeSean McCoy of Bishop McDevitt (Harrisburg) to 39 yards on 22 carries in a 44-0 win in the Class 4A state semifinals. McCoy, considered one of the nation's top juniors, entered the game averaging 343 yards in his previous five games. McCoy finished the season with 2,827 yards.

    Extra points: Taylor Rank of Evergreen (Vancouver, Wash.), No. 8 in the West Region, rushed for 211 yards and scored three TDs in a 28-14 victory over Skyline (Issaquah) in the Class 4A state final. Rank finished the season with 2,013 yards. ... No. 23 St. Xavier (Louisville) won its 11th state title (Kentucky's third all-time), beating Scott County (Georgetown, Ky.) 49-9 in the Class 4A final. ... RB Mike Cowan of Sprague (Salem, Ore.), No. 10 in the West, ran for 213 yards and two scores in a 49-28 victory over Jesuit (Portland) in the Class 4A semifinals. ... QB Joe Cox of No. 2 Independence (Charlotte) threw for two TDs vs. Richmond Senior (Rockingham), upping his season total to 62. ... RB Gaston Miller of No. 16 Riverdale (Murfreesboro, Tenn.) rushed for 141 yards and four TDs in a 35-7 win vs. Franklin in the Class 5A final. Riverdale scored a school-record 666 points in 15 games. ... Andrew Giuliani of No. 22 St. Joseph Regional (Montvale) kicked six PATs in a 42-8 victory over Pope John XXIII (Sparta) in the Non-Public Group 3 state championship. Giuliani is the son of former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani. ... QB Derek Pegues of No. 7 South Panola (Batesville, Miss.) completed its second straight 15-0 season, defeating Ocean Springs 39-21.

    1. Southlake (Texas) Carroll (14-0)
    Previous: 1. Result: d. then-No. 12 Denton (Texas) Ryan 28-7 in Class 5A, Division II Region 1 final. Next: Saturday vs. No. 11 Lufkin in Class 5A, Division II semifinals at Waco.

    2. Independence, Charlotte (14-0)
    Previous: 2. Result: d. Richmond Senior (Rockingham) 47-19 in Class 4AA semifinals. Next: Saturday vs. South View (Hope Mills) in final at Chapel Hill.

    3. Mission Viejo, Calif. (13-0)
    Previous: 3. Result: d. Upland 48-21 in CIF-Southern Section, Division II semifinals. Next: Saturday vs. Valencia in final at Angel Stadium in Anaheim.


    4. Hoover, Ala. (14-0)
    Previous: 4. Result: d. Mountain Brook 17-3 in Class 6A state semifinals. Next: Thursday vs. Prattville in final at Birmingham's Legion Field.

    5. Colerain, Cincinnati (15-0)
    Previous: 5. Result: d. Canton McKinley 50-10 in Division I final. Season complete.


    6. Central Catholic, Pittsburgh (15-0)
    Previous: 7. Result: d. Bishop McDevitt (Harrisburg) 44-0 in PIAA Class 4A semifinals. Next: Friday vs. Neshaminy (Langhorne) in final at Hershey.

    7. South Panola, Batesville, Miss. (15-0)
    Previous: 8. Result: d. Ocean Springs 39-21 in Class 5A final. Season complete.

    8. Bellevue, Wash. (13-0)
    Previous: 9. Result: d. Ferndale 31-28 in Class 3A final. Season complete.

    9. John Curtis, River Ridge, La. (13-0)
    Previous: 10. Result: d. Neville (Monroe) 24-21 in Class 4A semifinals. Next: Saturday vs. Northside (Lafayette) in final at the Superdome in New Orleans.

    10. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (12-1)
    Previous: 11. Result: d. Esperanza (Anaheim) 39-15 in CIF-Southern Section, Division I semifinals. Next: Friday vs. Los Alamitos in final at Angel Stadium in Anaheim.

    11. Lufkin, Texas (14-0)
    Previous: 13. Result: d. Longview 31-21 in Class 5A, Division II, Region 2 final. Next: Saturday vs. Cedar Park in Division II state semifinals at Waco.

    12. Lowndes, Valdosta, Ga. (15-0)
    Previous: 19. Result: d. Parkview (Lilburn) 17-14 in Class 5A final. Season complete.

    13. Christian Brothers Academy, Syracuse, N.Y. (13-0)
    Previous: 14. Result: Won Class AA state championship. Season complete.

    14. Muskegon, Mich. (14-0)
    Previous: 15. Result: Won Division II state championship. Season complete.

    15. Joliet (Ill.) Catholic (14-0)
    Previous: 16. Result: Won Class 5A state championship. Season complete.

    16. Riverdale, Murfreesboro, Tenn. (15-0)
    Previous: 21. Result: d. Franklin 35-7 in Class 5A final. Season complete.

    17. Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks, Calif. (13-0)
    Previous: 22. Result: d. St. Francis (La Canada) 49-14 in CIF-Southern Section, Division III semifinals. Next: Friday vs. Dominguez (Compton) in final.

    18. Union, Tulsa (13-1)
    Previous: Not ranked. Result: d. then-No. 6 Jenks 27-17 in Class 6A final. Season complete.

    19. Edgewater, Orlando (12-1)
    P
    revious: Not ranked. Result: d. Ely (Pompano Beach) 20-13 in Class 6A semifinals. Next: Saturday vs. Killian (Miami) in final at Gainesville.

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

    21. Jenks, Okla. (12-1)
    P
    revious: 6. Result: Lost to Union (Tulsa) 27-17 in Class 6A final. Season complete.

    22. St. Joseph Regional, Montvale, N.J. (11-1)
    Previous: 23. Result: d. Pope John XXIII (Sparta) 42-8 in Non-Public Group 3 final. Season complete.

    23. St. Xavier, Louisville (14-1)
    Previous: Not ranked. Result: d. Scott County (Georgetown) 49-9 in Class 4A final. Season complete.

    24. Camden County, Kingsland, Ga. (13-1)
    Previous: 24. Season complete.

    25. Mullen, Denver (13-1)
    Previous: Not ranked. Result: d. Cherry Creek (Englewood) 30-9 in Class 5A final. Season complete.

    Dropped out: No. 12 Denton (Texas) Ryan lost to No. 1 Southlake Carroll 28-7 in Class 5A, Division II, Region 1 final; No. 17 Carol City (Fla.) lost to Killian (Miami) 17-0 in Class 6A semifinals; No. 18 Katy (Texas) lost to Clear Lake (Houston) 35-34 in double overtime in Class 5A, Division II, Region 3 final; and No. 25 Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.) lost to Bergen Catholic (Oradell) 13-10 in Non-Public Group 4 final.



    Records through Sunday games.

    About the rankings: USA TODAY's Super 25 football rankings are compilrd 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 will appear on Tuesdays throughout the fall.

    East
    1. Central Catholic, Pittsburgh (15-0)
    2. Christian Brothers Academy, Syracuse, N.Y. (13-0)
    3. DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md. (10-1)
    4. St. Joseph Regional, Montvale, N.J. (11-1)
    5. Neshaminy, Langhorne, Pa. (13-1)
    6. Bergen Catholic, Oradell, N.J. (10-2)
    7. Good Counsel, Wheaton, Md. (11-1)
    8. Middletown (N.J.) South (12-0)
    9. New Rochelle, N.Y. (11-1)
    10. Acton (Mass.)-Boxboro (13-0)

    South
    1. Southlake (Texas) Carroll (14-0)
    2. Independence, Charlotte (14-0)
    3. Hoover, Ala. (14-0)
    4. South Panola, Batesville, Miss. (15-0)
    5. John Curtis, River Ridge, La. (13-0)
    6. Lufkin, Texas (14-0)
    7. Lowndes, Valdosta, Ga. (15-0)
    8. Riverdale, Murfreesboro, Tenn. (15-0)
    9. Edgewater, Orlando (12-1)
    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. (13-0)
    2. Bellevue, Wash. (13-0)
    3. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (12-1)
    4. Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks, Calif. (13-0)
    5. Mullen, Denver (13-1)
    6. Los Alamitos, Calif. (11-1)
    7. Palo Verde, Las Vegas (14-0)
    8. Evergreen, Vancouver, Wash. (14-0)
    9. Valencia, Calif. (12-1)
    10. Sprague, Salem, Ore. (13-0)

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  11. Wouldnt it be awesome if their was a national high school football tournament. I know it wont ever happen just wishing.

    Wouldn't we all love to see Colerain square off with Mission Viejo?
     
  12. bucknut11

    bucknut11 Defense still wins Championships

    I'd love it if they came to OH to play. Then we could see Williams, Bemoll, Reuland, Moline, Sanchez, etc.... :biggrin:
     
  13. JohnnyCockfight

    JohnnyCockfight Beer is God's proof that he loves us.

    Mike Doss is one of the two players Goodman tied with his record 4TDs in the Ohio state title game.

    Why's Doss so damn good at everything.

    Seems like Goodman should be re-evaluating his commitment to Findlay to play basketball. He's got to have a bright future in football somewhere (at a non-NAIA school).
     
  14. <TABLE cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=1 width="100%" border=0><TBODY><TR bgColor=#000080><TD class=SchedAllH1 align=middle colSpan=6>ALL CONFERENCE TEAM</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#cdc7c7><TD class=SchedAllH2 align=middle colSpan=6>FIRST TEAM</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#ececec><TD width="25%">Adam Myers-White</TD><TD width="20%">Hamilton</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Junior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=white><TD width="25%">Brian LaChapelle</TD><TD width="20%">Lakota West</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Senior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=#ececec><TD width="25%">Dominick Goodman</TD><TD width="20%">Colerain</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Junior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=white><TD width="25%">James Dews</TD><TD width="20%">Lakota East</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Sophomore</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=#ececec><TD width="25%">Justin Ray</TD><TD width="20%">Oak Hills</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Senior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=white><TD width="25%">Latez Williams</TD><TD width="20%">Hamilton</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Senior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=#ececec><TD width="25%">Mark Dorris</TD><TD width="20%">Princeton</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Senior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=white><TD width="25%">Mike Kimmey</TD><TD width="20%">Princeton</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Junior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=#ececec><TD width="25%">Ross Morin</TD><TD width="20%">Princeton</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Junior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=#cdc7c7><TD class=SchedAllH2 align=middle colSpan=6>SECOND TEAM</TD></TR><TR bgColor=#ececec><TD width="25%">Adam Ruhl</TD><TD width="20%">Fairfield</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Junior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=white><TD width="25%">Brandon Lampley</TD><TD width="20%">Hamilton</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Senior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=#ececec><TD width="25%">Dane Romero</TD><TD width="20%">Lakota West</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Junior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=white><TD width="25%">Garrett Smith</TD><TD width="20%">Oak Hills</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Senior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=#ececec><TD width="25%">Jason Miller</TD><TD width="20%">Hamilton</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Junior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=white><TD width="25%">Jeremy Sallee</TD><TD width="20%">Lakota East</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Senior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=#ececec><TD width="25%">Josh Chichester</TD><TD width="20%">Lakota West</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Sophomore</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR bgColor=white><TD width="25%">Zach West</TD><TD width="20%">Milford</TD><TD width="22%"></TD><TD width="13%">Senior</TD><TD width="10%"></TD><TD width="10%"></TD></TR><TR><TD colSpan=6> </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>All Conference in Bball
     
  15. Bestbuck36

    Bestbuck36 It's a brand new Day!!

    How does Colerain only have one player on that all-conference list?!
     

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