• Today on DyeStat Sep 16, 2004
  • THIS WEEK - First big weekend of cross country, with DyeStat on-site in Hilliard OH for the Midwest Meet of Champions, first DyeStat Featured Meet of the season. Sep 18 meet previews: KS Rim Rock Farm, IL Peoria Notre Dame, IN New Prairie, CO Liberty Bell.
  • First update of NTN regional rankings will be Sept. 17, based on results through Sept. 11.

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National Leaders
2004 US Outdoor
NOTE: Hamdheld times will not be considered for US#1 at 400 meters and below. Marks missing wind readings may also be ignored.

100 - J-Mee Samuels NC 10.25
200 - Xavier Carter FL 20.49
400 - Lashawn Merritt VA 45.25
800 - Jacob Hernandez TX 1:48.48
1500 - Victor Gras MA 3:45.19
1600 - Mike Booth PA 4:07.77
Mile - Galen Rupp OR 4:01.8
3000 - Galen Rupp OR 8:03.67 USR
3200 - Brian Sullivan TX 8:52.92
2 Mile - Shadrack Kiptoo NM 8:45.44
110H - Jason Richardson TX 13.38
300H - Kevin Craddock CA 35.93
400H - Jason Richardson TX 49.79
HJ - Scott Sellers TX 7-5
LJ - Robert Rands NE 25-1.25
TJ - Ken Hall LA 54-10.25
PV - Adam Sarafian NJ 17-4.5
SP - Zach Lloyd NV 66-7.25
DT - Zach Lloyd NV 211-5
JT - Chad Brown LA 218-6
HT - Nate Rolfe WA 237-1
4x100 - Lancaster TX 40.28
4x200 - Glenville OH 1:23.78
4x400 - Dorsey CA 3:11.45

4x800 - Saline MI 7:40.68
SMR - Cinco Katy Ranch TX 3:25.39
DMR - Saline MI 10:03.15

100 - Ashley Owens CO 11.13
200 - Shalonda Solomon CA 22.82
400 - Natasha Hastings NY 52.04
800 - Sarah Bowman VA 2:04.94
1500 - Sarah Bowman VA 4:23.36
1600 - Elizabeth Yetzer MN 4:46.14
Mile - Nicole Blood NY 4:42.40
3000 - Nicole Blood NY 9:24.03
3200 - Caitlin Chock CA 9:58.51
2 Mile - Nicole Blood NY 10:10.73
100H - Shantia Moss FL 13.39

300H - Ebony Collins CA 40.81
400H - Katya Kostetskaya AR 56.49.
HJ - Viktoria Andonova FL 6-1
LJ - Brittany Daniels CA, Gayle Hunter CA and Shana Woods CA 20-7.75
TJ - Brittany Daniels CA 44-11.75 USR
PV - Tiffany Maskulinski NY 13-5
SP - Sarah Stevens CO 50-4.5
DT - Jocelyn White NJ 172-2
JT - Rachel Yurkovich OR 161-11.
HT - Erin Donnelly RI 165-7
4x100 - Poly Long Beach CA 44.50 USR
4x200 - Poly Long Beach CA 1:33.87 USR
4x400 - Poly Long Beach CA 3:35.49 USR
4x800 - Bay Shore NY 8:57.48

SMR - West Catholic PA 3:52.22 USR
DMR - Bay Shore NY 11:33.42 USR

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Great American adds Mountain View
Mountain View UT, #1 ranked boys team in the NTN Southwest region, is one of several teams azdded to the the Race of Champions at the Great American Cross Country Festival at Cary NC Oct 1-2. There are now 24 boys teams in the ROC and 26 girls teams. Great American entries

Donna on the Side
This week: Hawaii
Iolani Invitational

results, rankings, and other news posted through Sept 16
. Zoe Nelson breaks own course record in MT. Hatboro-Horsham and Gwynedd Mercy girls lose in PA, but Cedar Cliff boys win easily. Fountain Valley CA girls win big in Las Vegas. Marie Lawrence leads Reno sweep at Reed. Roosevelt DesMoines IA boys fall at Luther; Iowa City West girls dominate. Laura Cummings leads powerful Bay Shore NY at Penn State. Jennifer Harper and West Plains MO girls win in Memphis. Ed Grant's New Jersey report. Ramsey Kavan leads Yankton SD in Heartland region. Southwest week. California week - US#5 Royal boys, US#8 Don Lugo boys, US#11 Fountain Valley girls all win. Northwest week - US#3 Jesuit Portland OR boys and US#4 Ferris Spokane WA boys breeze in preps for Stanford next week. South week - US#1 The Woodlands boys and SO#2 Kingwood girls are perfect. Southeast week - SE#1 teams Jesuit boys and Holy Trinity girls win; Brian Sharkey and Kelly Parrish impressive.

Brian Sharkey smashes Moise Joseph course record at Tropical Park FL. Southeast Week

photo by Morgan Bojorquez

Manheim Twp PA's redheaded Miller twins were 1-2 at Gettysburg. Pat Caulfied (168) was 3rd to lead team winner US#20 NE#3 Cedar Cliff. Northeast Week

1 Northeast CT, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT

  • Northeast Week Sep 11 - US #16 Christian Brothers Academy NJ boys and US#1 Saratoga Springs train and aim for the upcoming big races. US#7 Bay Shore NY girls win big meet at Penn State. US#25 Fayetteville Manlius NY boys get perfect score in bid for higher ranking. US#14 NE#3 Hatboro Horsham girls lose again; US#16 NE#4 Gwynedd Mercy girls too. US#20 NE#3 Cedar Cliff boys win easily at Gettysburg. US#16 NE#1 Christian Brothers Academy loses with starters on sidelines resting for California trip.

  • PA - Spiked Shoe Invitational - Laura Cummings 18:10 wins by 51 seconds to lead US#7 NE#2 Bay Shore NY 39 in powerful 1-2-3 sweep at Penn State U. Eleanor Roosevelt MD, better known for its sprint relays, showed distance strength with young runners finishing second behind Bay Shore and first in the Boys White race.
  • NJ - Ed Grant's New Jersey report - Morris Hills boys win. Jen Clausen returns from injury. US#16 Christian Brothers boys rest first string for California trip and finish second.

2 Southeast AL, DE, FL, GA, MD, NC, SC, KY, TN, VA, WV, DC, PR

  • Southeast Week Sep 11 - Southeast is heating up. Region leaders Jesuit FL boys and Holy Trinity FL girls are solid winners. Brian Sharkey FL smashes Tropical Park FL course record. Kelly Parrish FL impressive in college race.
  • TN - Memphis Twilight Classic - Jennifer Harper 17:41 3-mile leads US# 20 MW#3 West Plains MO girls 19 to 70-point margin. SE#3 Hoover AL boys 42 win behind Robert Bedsole 14:41.

3 South AR, LA, MS, OK, TX

  • South Week Sep 11 - Boys - US#2The Woodlands is perfect at Montgomery in warmup for new Nike South Invitational. Girls - SO#2 Kingwood TX is perfect at Mayde Creek. US#6 SO#1 Carroll Southlake TX has the week off.

4 Midwest IL, IN, MI, OH, WI

5 Heartland IA, KS, MN, MO, NE, ND, SD

  • Heartland Week Sep 18 - HL#2 Iowa City West IA girls and HL#3 Liberty MO boys headline the Rim Rock Farm Invitational.
  • Heartland Week Sep 11 -Top 10 scoreboard. Ramsey Kavan blows field away to lead US#8 HL#1 Yankton SD girls to victory at Augustana. .US#7 HL#1 Roosevelt DesMoines IA boys are third at Luther. US#12 HL#2 Iowa City West girls dominate. HL#4 Shawnee Mission Northwest KS boys and HL#7 Marian Omaha girls win at Millard South. HL#9 Kearney NE boys roll. Eden Prairie MN boys beat HL#4 Stillwater MN. HL#4 Staples-Motley MN girls edge HL#6 Lakeville 31-32. HL#8 Marquette MO girls win.
  • IA - Cedar Rapids Invitational - US#12 HL#2 Iowa City West girls scored 44 points to trounce a field of state-ranked teams including HL#10 Iowa City. Pleasant Valley's Kelsey Bulat 14:23 was the individual winner, followed by Iowa City West's Sarah Wickman 15:02.

6 Southwest AZ, CO, NV, NM, UT

  • CO Liberty Bell Invitational - US#2 Smoky Hill Aurora CO girls tower over girls field, but boys field is well balanced with regional ranked teams such as Denver South CO, Fort Collins CO, Albuquerque Academy NM, and Campbell County WY.
Southwest Week Sep 11
John McGuire
wins by 29 seconds over good field at Cherry Creek;, SW#6 Cherry Creek CO girls 55, SW#10 Fort Collins CO 76. US#11 CA#2 Fountain Valley girls 26 win by 65 points at Las Vegas. Marie Lawrence 18:43 5k (winning by 2:06) leads Reno sweep (US#19 SW#3 gilrs 18, SW#7 boys 33) at Reed. Kaltenbach-Schulz tandem is powerful 1-2 punch for US#2 SW#1 Smoky Hill Aurora CO. Los Alamos sweeps at U. New Mexico.,

7 Northwest AK, HI, ID, MT, OR, WA, WY

  • Sep 11 Northwest Week - Boys - US#3 Jesuit Portland OR and US#4 Ferris Spokane WA breeze in preps for Stanford next week. Girls - Brie Felnagle course record leads US#10, NW#1 Bellarmine Prep wins easily on home course.
  • MT Flathead Invitational - Flathead sr Zoe Nelson 17:40 3mi breaks home course record by 13 seconds..US#18 Flathead girls, ranked 4th in the NTN Northwest region, won with 23 points.

8 California

  • For all the news of California, go to DyeStatCal .
  • California Week Sep 11 - Boys - US#5 CA#1 Royal wins Seaside with two starters resting. Fitsum Tesfa leads US#8 CA#2 Don Lugo at Colton. Girls - US#11 Fountain Valley wins big in Las Vegas. US#5 Ventura in non-scoring meet.


Midwest Meet of Champions Hilliard OH 9/11/04
All M's at MMOC - Michigan sweep, Clarkston's M&M girls, and Milford
325 Mike Anderson and 339 Dana Pitcock lead
US#17 Milford MI boys to repeat title. They have now won three of the four MMOC meets and they lost the other one by only one point.
-- photo by John Dye

Dozens more photos coming.

a Michigan sweep
US#3 Clarkston MI girls and US#17 Milford MI boys win, with US#9 Bowling Green OH girls and unranked Hamilton Southeastern IN boys close seconds.
Clarkston's Jenny Morgan wins girls race, and Hamilton Southeastern goes 1-2 with Justin Roeder and Jordan Kyle.

1. Milford MI 51
2. Hamilton Southeastern IN 59
3. St. Xavier Cincinnati OH 81
4. Dexter MI 103
5. LaSalle Cincinnati OH 122
6. Davidson Hilliard OH 146
1. Clarkston MI 76
2. Bowling Green OH 83
3. St. Ursula Cincinnati OH 151
4. Goodrich MI 172
5. Cathedral Indianapolis IN 173
6. Colerain Cincinnati OH 210
1. Justin Roeder, Ham. Southeastern 15:44
2. Jordan Kyle, Ham. Southeastern 15:55
3. Mike Anderson, Milford 15:59
4. Lex Williams, Dexter 16:06
5. Dana Pitcock, Milford 16:11
6. Tony Nallie, Dexter 16:17
1. Jenny Morgan, Clarkston 17:54
2. Bekah Smeltzer, Monroe Jefferson MI 18:11
3. Liz Mengyan, Clarkston 18:28
4. Christy Titus, Bowling Green 18:36
5. Jenee Jones, Goodrich MI 18:40
6. Katie Haines, Rockford MI 18:42

Great American seeds announced
The Nike Race of Champions this year will include 24 boys teams and 26 girls teams, including more than 20 teams that are top 10 in the NTN regional rankings. In addition, the ROC will include 8 boys and 17 girls running unattached, including such elite runners as Brian Sharkey FL, Jennie Barringer FL, Carmen Mims KY, Bria Wetsch MN, Kate Niehaus SC, Erin Bedell TX, and Sarah Bowman VA. Seeds were also announced for the invitational races (seeded, red, white, and blue), small school, and JV races. The Great American Cross Country Festival will be held Oct. 1-2 at Cary NC, with college races on Friday night and high school races all day Saturday.

2004 Wrapup
exploits of US high school athletes in the 2003-2004 scholastic year.
2004 Nike Athletes of the Year
the most outstanding performers of the year: BOYS - GIRLS
Our AOY rolls include 38 athletes, 17 boys and 21 girls, from 18 states and 35 high schools. West Catholic Philadelphia (Latavia Thomas and Nicole Leach), Poly Long Beach CA (Shalonda Solomon and Shana Woods) and James Logan CA (Kevin Craddock and Talia Stewart) have two AOY athletes. California has 7 athletes to lead the states, with Florida, New York and Texas claiming 4 each and Colorado 3. Fifteen AOY's will return in 2005 -- 12 girls and 3 boys. World Junior champs Lashawn Merritt (above left) and Ashley Owens (above right) lead the AOY parade. We have performance stats of all 37 athletes and photos by John Dye, Donna Dye, Vic Sailer's PhotoRun, Kirby Lee, Margaret Gallagher, Dave Casper, Doug Speck, Bert Richardson and Greg Armstrong. AOY BOYS - GIRLS.

DyeStat Elite - 12,601 performances that qualified for DyeStat's national rankings. There were 4,038 in cross country - 3,891 indoor - 4,672 outdoor.
Top Returnees - DyeStat Elite performers who will be back in 2005 -- 1,311 outdoor and 1,172 indoor.
New Faces - These are the freshmen (and even younger) performers who earned national ranking in the DyeStat Elite indoor and outdoor lists. There were 289 new faces, including 22 boys and 267 girls, proving again that girls mature earlier than boys. These are the stars of the future, and for some the future is now.
Big Meets - index to all the big interstate meets - cross country - indoor - outdoor
College Choices - where the class of 2004 will attend college. Choices 2004


Nike Speed Clinic
Hosted by University of South Carolina
Sep 24-25 Louisville KY
Nov 19-20 Columbia SC

Great American
Oct 1-2, 2004
Late Entry Deadline Sep 6

Nike Indoor
March 12-13, 2005
adidas Outdoor
June 17-18, 2005

Sep 18 Kualoa Hawaii

Oct 9 Portage MI

The Harrier
by Marc Bloom
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Cross Country Preview - Major meet pages, meet calendar, new regional coverage of states, regional news editors.
Pre-season NTN regional rankings.

Super 25 national rankings

Pre-season US#1 teams in Marc Bloom's Harrier Super 25 rankings are Saratoga Springs NY girls and York Elmhurst IL boys.

Saratoga has been #1 nine of the last 11 years, but faces a serious challenge this year from Smoky HIll Aurora CO, like Saratoga boasting two returning Foot Locker national finalists.

York, returning to national power with coach Joe Newton's best team since the Don Sage-led teams of the late 1990s, is picked to bump last year's top team, The Woodlands TX, down to #2. DyeStat has the complete Super 25 list this year, thanks to The Harrier.

US#2 The Woodlands TX has a lot of red shirts up front in their season opener, The Woodlands Inv.

1 Northeast CT, MA, ME, NH, NJ, NY, PA, RI, VT

  • Northeast Weekly Report Sep 4 - NE#3 US#14 Hatboro Horsham PA girls upset by unranked St. Basil
  • PA Pennsylvania Preview - Cedar Cliff boys, Gwynedd Mercy girls and Hatboro-Horsham girls lead the pre-season rankings. Top individuals are Craig Miller, Jed Christiansen, Marissa Umbel, Katie Theader, and Liz Kearins.
  • PA Philadelphia Catholic League preview - Greg Thomas, Katie Kelly are top individuals. LaSalle is favored boys team, while girls team title is a fight between St. Hubert's, O'Hara, Prendie and Carroll.

2 Southeast AL, DE, FL, GA, MD, NC, SC, KY, TN, VA, WV, DC, PR

  • Southeast weekly report Sep 4 - SE#3 Hoover AL boys, SE#4 Scottsboro girls win at Scottsboro. Andrew Bumbalough, Carmen Mims and Tara Lenn win big.
  • Southeast Week 2 report - Boys - SE#1 Jesuit Tampa FL opens strong behind Andy Biladeau; SE#2 US#19 Winter Park FL average 16:10 in time trial; SE#4 Collins Hill GA opens impressively at Walton Stage; SE#10 Spring Valley SC beats SE#6 Chapel Hill NC at Western NC <br>
    Girls - 8th grader Kayla Hale leads SE#1 US#15 Holy Trinity FL in opener; SE#6 Collins Hill GA dominates Walton Stage.
  • MD Pre-Season Rankings - River Hill boys, C. Milton Wright girls tabbed as all-class #1 by Donnie Mickey of MDrunning.net.
  • TN Melton Hill Dam - Science Hill boys 57, Maryville girls 34.
  • Top Early Meets previewed - Western NC Carnival, Walton Stage (GA), Scottsboro tri-way (AL). Spring Valley SC changing its strategy to shoot for NTN regional ranking.
  • Southeast Week 1 report by regional editor Ricky Quintana - Southeast #10 Providence NC girls have impressive opener; gains a transfer-in from California and saves a transfer-out to Pennsylvania. Southeast #2 and US #19 Winter Park FL boys spend practice time doing community service in Hurricane Charley cleanup.
  • FL Cross country season preview - Jesuit boys and Holy Trinity Academy girls lead pre-season lists by Southeast Editor Ricky Quintana.
  • GA Pre-season cross country rankings - Collins Hill leads both boys and girls lists.
  • NC Pre-Season cross country rankings - Southeast #6 Chapel Hill boys and Southeast #10 Providence girls top 4A lists.GA

Robert Bedsole leads Hoover AL over Scottsboro

SC Eye Opener - Stephanie Buffo of Dorman (left) won the girls race. J. C. Koziel's third place finish (right) paced Northwestern.

3 South AR, LA, MS, OK, TX

  • South Weekly Report Sep 4 - SO#1 US#2 The Woodlands TX boys dominate host SO#2 Kingwood in Andy Wells Invitational. Unranked Highland Park TX girls beat two ranked teams at Marcus I Invitational. SO#8 Marcus TX boys win own invitational.
  • South Region Report Aug 28 - Host US#2 boys and South#8 girls sweep The Woodlands Invitational. Cedar Park TX sweeps at Lockhart Inv with South#3 boys and South#6 girls. South#7 Jenks OK boys beat South#10 Edmond OK in Guthrie Inv.
  • South region preview - by South region editor John Sullivan. The Woodlands TX boys and Carroll Southlake TX girls lead the way into the season.

4 Midwest IL, IN, MI, OH, WI

  • Midwest weekly report Sep 4 - MW#6 Carmel IN boys are strong. Unranked Hamilton Southeastern IN boys, St. Ursula Academy OH girls and Waukesha West WI girls are rising. Palatine's MW#5 boys win but MW#4 girls lose to Naperville Central.
  • Dave Swarts' Michigan report Sep 4 - covers early meets through Sep 4. Rockford soph Rachel Wittum's 18:22 5k is fastest early time.
  • Illinois report Sep 4 - soph Ryan Jacobs surprises at St. Charles - Eureka boys win at Fenton - Katie Ellis beats Paulina Garcia at Crystal Lake South before the rest of the meet is cancelled due to heat.
  • Midwest region preview - by regional editor Scott Bush -York IL may have its best boys team ever, and that's saying a lot. Clarkston MI is leading girls team. Analysis by Midwest Editor Scott Bush.
  • IL Illinois Preview - Boys.
  • IN Dekalb Invitational - Midwest #6 Valparaiso girls dominate
  • IN Rushville Invitational - Hamilton Southeastern boys beat US#9 and Midwest #2 Columbus North.

5 Heartland IA, KS, MN, MO, NE, ND, SD

6 Southwest AZ, CO, NV, NM, UT

7 Northwest AK, HI, ID, MT, OR, WA, WY

  • Flathead Kalispell MT sr Zoe Nelson is running faster than last year. The 2002 Foot Locker national champion ran 17:11 at the Libby Invitational 9/3 to break her course record set last year by 10 seconds. Earlier, in the Flathead team time trial, Zoe ran 17:53, which was 38 seconds faster than last year and 3 seconds better than her previous best on the home course.
  • Idaho pre-season team rankings - Borah boys and girls both ranked #1 in 5A.

8 California

Cross Country Preview --- Cross country is coming, and we are getting ready with all the preview information you need.

  • Calendar of Meets
  • States and Regions - State coverage is now organized into eight regions. US News page will still index news of national significance.
  • 26th Foot Locker Cross Country Championships - an elite weekend at an elite resort, with individual championship races at historic Balboa Park.
  • Mt. SAC Invitational - Oct 22-23 at Walnut CA - This is the giant of high school cross country meets in the US, with 16,000 runners entered in 90 races. Races start as close as 8 minutes apart, putting three races at once on one of the most demanding courses in the country.
  • Bull Run Invitational - Sep 18 Parkton MD - a major interstate meet on the very demanding 3-mile course which is the site of the Maryland State Meet.
  • 32nd Manhattan Invitational - Oct 9 New York City - Mt. SAC would challenge Manhattan's claim as biggest and best, but this is clearly the biggest meet east of the Rockies, with 10,000 or so runners.
  • Portage Invitational - Oct 9 Portage MI - In 6 years, the Portage Invitational has become one of the Midwest's premiere meets under the energetic leadership of local coaches Dan Wytko and Bill Fries.
  • 6th Great American Cross Country Festival - Oct 1-2 Cary NC - Invented by Rick Hill and continued by the National Scholastic Sports Foundation, the Great American has become an instant classic on the high school cross country scene. It is the premier in-season team competition in the country, with at least half of the teams on the starting line of the seeded races generally ranked nationally by Marc Bloom in his Harrier Magazine Super 25.
  • 4th Midwest Meet of Champions - Sep 11 Hilliard OH - Davidson Hilliard OH coach Pat Schlecht's concept attracts more and better teams each year. It is the first major meet to give current year clues for top regional and national rankings. High School runners showed how to cope 3 years ago when the inaugural meet went on 4 days after 9/11. entries - First DyeStat Featured Meet of the season is also the first major interstate competition of the season, with eight teams ranked in the NTN pre-season rankings, headed by Midwest #1 Clarkston MI girls, Midwest #2 Bowling Green OH girls, Midwest #3 Dexter MI boys and Midwest #4 Milford MI boys.
  • 6th Iolani Invitational - Sep 18 Oahu, Hawaii - In its sixth year, this meet continues to grow in stature with 44 teams entered -- 22 from Hawaii and 22 from the mainland. They will find tropical heat offset by cooling beaches at a mountainside setting where the film "Jurassic Park" was filmed.
  • Foot Locker and NTN update
    Summer talks are bringing the high school cross country championship picture into focus.
    • Team Selection Process - New NTN Regional Rankings system is the heart of the process. To get ranked, teams must run fast and compete.
    • Eligibility update - the new Nike Team Nationals is structured to allow maximum participation within state association rules.
      "With excitement levels escalating as the date of the inaugural Nike Team Nationals cross-country extravaganza approaches, NIKE and the National Scholastic Sports Foundation today unveiled joint plans for how the first-year event will be contested within existing state association guidelines."
    • Foot Locker sponsorship - Foot Locker and Nike are near agreement for continued Nike sponsorship of the Foot Locker Cross Country Championship.
    • Regional editors - an editor for each region will collect cross country news for DyeStat


NTN Pre-Season Rankings
The NTN Regional Rankings are the basis of the NTN team selection process. The top two teams in each region at the end of the season will be invited to compete in the Nike Team Nationals in Portland Dec. 4. The third and fourth place teams in each region are considered for the four national at-large selections. The pre-season top four in each region are shown in the table below. For complete regional rankings, go to the NTN region page.

pre-season (Aug 20) - first update Sept. 17
1.Christian Brothers NJ
2.Toms River North NJ
3.Cedar Cliff PA
4.Lockport NY
1.Saratoga Springs NY
2.Bay Shore NY
3.Hatboro-Horsham PA
4.Gwynedd Mercy PA
1.Jesuit Tampa FL
2.Winter Park FL
3.Hoover AL
4.Collins Hill Suwanee GA
1.Holy Trinity FL
2.Pope John Paul FL
3.C. Milton Wright MD
4.Scottsboro AL
1.The Woodlands TX
2.Kingwood TX
3.Cedar Park TX
4.San Juan Alamo N. TX
1.Carroll Southlake TX
2.Kingwood TX
3.Marcus Flower Mound TX
4.Tupelo MS
1.York Elmhurst IL
2.Columbus North IN
3.Dexter MI
4.Milford MI
1.Clarkston MI
2.Bowling Green OH
3.Naperville North IL
4.Palatine IL
1.Roosevelt Des Moines IA
2.Marshall MN
3.Liberty MO
4.Stillwater MN
1.Yankton SD
2.Iowa City West IA
3.West Plains MO
4.Staples-Motley MN
1.Albuquerque Academy NM
2.Mountain View UT
3.Denver South CO
4.Desert Vista AZ
1.Smoky Hill Aurora CO
2.Los Alamos NM
3.Reno NV
4.Fremont Plain City UT
1.Jesuit Portland OR
2.Ferris Spokane WA
3.Central Catholic OR
4.Auburn-Riverside WA
1.Bellarmine Tacoma WA
2.Jesuit Portland OR
3.Snohomish WA
4.Flathead Kalispell MT
1.Royal Simi Valley CA
2.Don Lugo Chino CA
3.Murrieta Valley CA
4.Dana Hills CA
1.Ventura CA
2.Fountain Valley CA
3.Murrieta Valley CA
4.College Park CA



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