This week’s USA TODAY / NSCAA Top 25 ranking saw a lot of stability, however one local school was able to jump a whopping thirteen places.
One of the teams that remained stationary was the top boys’ side, Cleveland, Ohio’s St. Ignatius (9-0-2). The top rated local boys side is Berwyn, Pennsylvania’s Conestoga (12-0-0) who shot up from fifteenth last week to second place. Wilmington, Delaware’s Salesianum School (6-1-0) remained in fifth place overall, however they’ll have an opportunity to move up the ranking if they can get a good result against ninth ranked St. Benedict’s Prep of Newark, New Jersey this Saturday at Caravel Academy in Bear, DE. While there are no other local ranked boys’ teams, both Hummelstown, Pennsylvania’s Lower Dauphin and West Chester, Pennsylvania’s Henderson received votes.
On the girls’ side, stability also reigned supreme as Kaysville, Utah’s Davis (14-0-0) remained the top ranked team in the nation. Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania’s Pennsbury (9-0-0) is the only ranked local team, dropping one spot to eighth.