Canyon CA boys, Haddonfield NJ boys,
Esperanza CA girls move up in top
TX boys, Saratoga Springs NY girls hold US#1 spots
courtesy of Marc Bloom, Editor, The Harrier.
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Notes by John Dye on the rankings
is status quo at the top -- Kingwood TX boys and Saratoga Springs NY girls --
but considerable movement below them in the new rankings by The Harrier. Mt. SAC
winners Esperanza CA girls (from unranked to #8) and Canyon CA boys (from #6 to
#2) made the biggest moves up, along with Haddonfield NJ boys (from #14 to #4).
DyeStat scored the Super 25 by Foot Locker region
to gauge the relative strength of the regions. The scoring was 25 for first, 24
for second, and so one down to 1 point for 25th. Most points wins. The strongest
regions on this basis are West boys and Midwest girls. This is not a predictor
of Foot Locker national finals scoring because Foot Locker is an individual contest
and The Harrier rankings are for teams.
2. Midwest 81
3. South 75
4. Northeast 60
2. West 82
3. Northeast 71
4. South 34
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Harrier's Nike / Foot Locker
Super 25 National Rankings
October 29, 2001
2.Canyon Canyon Country, CA
3.La Salle Cincinnati, OH
6.No. Mecklenburg, NC
7.Farragut Knoxville, TN
9.Davidson Hilliard, OH
10.Poly Long Beach, CA
4.Iowa City West, IA
View Orem, UT
7.Jefferson Forest, VA
9.York Elmhurst, IL
3.Old Bridge (NJ)
4.Cedar Cliff (PA)
2.Council Rock (PA)
4.The Woodlands (TX)
|1.La Salle (OH)|
3.Iowa City W (IA)
3.Long Beach Poly (CA)
|1.Mt. View (UT)|
4.Maria Carrillo (CA)
Next Rankings: November 19
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