Final Season Rankings
Kingwood TX boys and
Saratoga Springs NY girls are #1
Rankings courtesy of Marc Bloom, Editor, The
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2.Canyon Country, CA
3.No. Mecklenburg, NC
6.La Salle Cincinnati, OH
7.Mead Spokane, WA
8.Glenbard South, IL
|1.Saratoga Springs, NY
5.Iowa City West, IA
6.Mountain View Orem, UT
8.Jefferson Forest, VA
3.Cedar Cliff (PA)
5.Saratoga Springs (NY)
2.No. Mecklenburg (NC)
2.Jefferson Forest (VA)
3.Mt. Tabor (NC)
2.La Salle (OH)
3.Glenbard So (IL)
3.Iowa City W (IA)
4.Mt. View (UT)
|1.Mt. View (UT)
4.San Pasqual (CA)
5.Dana Hills (CA)
The complete Super 25 National Rankings and
Regional top-10 can be found in every issue of "The Harrier's
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profiles, training and racing advice, interviews with world-class
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rankings of the nation's top 100 runners as well as team rankings.
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