XCNATION NHSCA National High School Cross Country Team Rankings

XCNATION NHSCA National High School Cross Country Team Rankings

XCNATION NHSCA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL TEAM RANKINGS (9TH EDITION - November 8, 2011)

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

BOYS SUMMARY: US#2 Christian Brothers Academy NJ blasted a 15:26.20 team average to claim the Shore Conference Championships. With five in the top 10, CBA dominated with a 22-second 1-5 spread and all seven varsity scorers under 15:44 for 5000 meters! Only the second team in US history to have all seven varsity scorers under 15:50 for 5000 meters. Only US#1 Southlake Carroll TX has accomplished the feat at the Chili Pepper Festival this season. The two teams are heavily favored to win Nike Cross Nationals. Four Michigan teams crack the top 50 following the Michigan State Championships led by US#8 Calvin Christian and US#17 Highland Milford.

GIRLS SUMMARY: US#7 New Trier IL dominate the Illinois State Championships with an impressive 17:22.47 team average over the 3-mile course defeating US#30 Wheaton Warrenville South IL 82-144. US#23 Pennsbury PA dominates the Pennsylvania State Championships winning by 87-points. US#22 Champlain Valley Union VT wins the Vermont State Championships over US#38 Essex VT. US#21 Summit OR drops 16-points to win the Division 5 Oregon State Championships.

BOYS NATIONAL RANKINGS

1. Southlake Carroll, Texas
2. Christian Brothers Academy, New Jersey
3. Bismarck, North Dakota
4. American Fork, Utah
5. Lexington, South Carolina
6. Stillwater, Minnesota
7. Fayetteville Manlius, New York
8. Calvin Christian, Michigan
9. Arlington, New York
10. Belen Jesuit Preparatory, Florida
11. North Central, Washington
12. Shaker, New York
13. Brookwood, Georgia
14. Rancho Cucamonga, California
15. Dowling Catholic, Iowa
16. Columbus North, Indiana
17. Highland Milford, Michigan
18. Fort Collins, Colorado
19. North Penn, Pennsylvania
20. Gig Harbor, Washington
21. Cardinal O'Hara, Pennsylvania
22. Palatine, Illinois
23. Arrowhead, Wisconsin
24. Great Oak, California
25. Rock Bridge, Missouri
26. Mason, Michigan
27. Arcadia, California
28. Rush Henrietta Sperry, New York
29. North Allegheny, Pennsylvania
30. Hamilton Southeastern, Indiana
31. Hartland, Michigan
32. Belvidere North, Illinois
33. Davis, Utah
34. Brentwood, Tennessee
35. Mountain Vista, Colorado
36. Palos Verdes, California
37. Seattle Prep, Washington
38. O'Fallon, Illinois
39. Bishop Hendricken, Rhode Island
40. Don Bosco Preparatory, New Jersey
41. Saratoga Springs, New York
42. Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania
43. Eisenhower, Washington
44. Mountain View, Utah
45. Carmel, Indiana
46. Rockhurst, Missouri
47. Kamiakin, Washington
48. Saint Anthony's, New York
49. Christopher Columbus, Florida
50. Golden Valley, California

GIRLS NATIONAL RANKINGS

1. Fayetteville Manlius, New York
2. Saratoga Springs, New York
3. Carmel, Indiana
4. Tatnall, Delaware
5. North Shore, New York
6. Monticello, Minnesota
7. New Trier, Illinois
8. Davis, Utah
9. Simi Valley, California
10. Monarch, Colorado
11. Saugus, California
12. Dowling Catholic, Iowa
13. Assumption, Kentucky
14. Southlake Carroll, Texas
15. The Classical Academy, Colorado
16. La Costa Canyon, California
17. Kingwood, Texas
18. Xavier College Preparatory, Arizona
19. Green Hope, North Carolina
20. Great Oak, California
21. Summit, Oregon
22. Champlain Valley Union, Vermont
23. Pennsbury, Pennsylvania
24. Bozeman, Montana
25. Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, New York
26. Greenwich, New York
27. Voorhees, New Jersey
28. Estero, Florida
29. Fort Collins, Colorado
30. Wheaton Warrenville South, Illinois
31. Grosse Pointe South, Michigan
32. Bronxville, New York
33. Saline, Michigan
34. Pearl River, New York
35. Naperville North, Illinois
36. Campolindo, California
37. Midlothian, Virginia
38. Essex, Vermont
39. Thompson Valley, Colorado
40. Mountain Vista, Colorado
41. Cherry Creek, Colorado
42. Mountain View, Utah
43. Colonial Forge, Virginia
44. Camas, Washington
45. Canandaigua, New York
46. Glacier Peak, Washington
47. Arapahoe, Colorado
48. Tahoma, Washington
49. South Eugene, Oregon
50. Fargo Davies, North Dakota

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