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3:25 PM - Sep 14, 2018 #11

RABBITT84.searnfootballforum wrote:
jv8888 wrote:yes pershing has been a power school in bball.  definitely not in football though.  had a few decent years but nothing special.
Rouge in class b and Pershing in class A won a lot of state championships


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Some old USA Today rankings ...



Year-by-year final football rankings

1982
1. Cincinnati Moeller (13-0)
2. Valdosta (Ga.) (15-0)
3. Pensacola (Fla.) Woodham (13-0)
4. Anaheim (Calif.) Servite (11-1)
5. Enterprise (Ala.) (13-0-1)
6. Odessa (Texas) Permian (12-1)
7. Massillon (Ohio) Washington (12-1)
8. Newburgh (Ind.) Castle (14-0)
9. Omaha (Neb.) Westside (12-0)
10. Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic (11-0)
11. Wexford (Pa.) North Allegheny (11-1)
12. Port Arthur (Texas) Jefferson (10-1)
13. Burbank (Ill.) Reavis (12-1)
14. Athens (Ga.) Clarke Central (12-1)
15. Beaumont (Texas) West Brook (11-4-1)
16. Monongahela (Pa.) Ringgold (12-1)
17. Danville (Va.) George Washington (14-0)
18. Englewood (Colo.) Cherry Creek (14-0)
19. Joliet (Ill.) Catholic (10-1)
20. Los Angeles Carson (11-1)
21. Fort Thomas (Ky.) Highlands (15-0)
22. Farmington (Mich.) Harrison (12-0)
23. Natick (Mass.) (11-0)
24. Jacksonville (N.C.) (14-0)
25. Spokane (Wash.) Gonzaga Prep (11-2)

1983
1. Berwick (Pa.) (13-0)
2. Cincinnati Princeton (11-2)
3. Passaic (N.J.) (11-0)
4. East St. Louis (Ill.) Senior (13-0)
5. Tift County (Ga.) (14-1)
6. Monroe (La.) Neville (12-0)
7. Cincinnati Moeller (10-1)
8. Birmingham (Mich.) Brother Rice (12-0)
9. Athens (Ga.) Clarke Central (12-1)
10. Natick (Mass.) (11-0)
11. Mobile (Ala.) Murphy (14-0)
12. Converse (Texas) Judson (15-1)
13. Randleman (N.C.) (13-0)
14. Englewood (Colo.) Cherry Creek (13-0)
15. Mishawaka (Ind.) Penn (14-0)
16. Bradenton (Fla.) Manatee (14-0)
17. Pensacola (Fla.) Woodham (9-1)
18. Akron (Ohio) Garfield (11-1)
19. Enid (Okla.) (13-1)
20. Mountain View (Calif.) St. Francis (13-0)
21. Tulsa (Okla.) Washington (13-1)
22. Washington (D.C.) Carroll (11-0)
23. Alexandria (Va.) Mount Vernon (13-1)
24. LaGrange (Ga.) (14-1)
25. Fresh Meadows (N.Y.) St. Francis (11-0)

1984
1. Valdosta (Ga.) (15-0)
2. East St. Louis (Ill.) Senior (13-0)
3. Alexandria (Va.) T.C. Williams (14-0)
4. Pensacola (Fla.) Woodham (13-0)
5. Union (N.J) (11-0)
6. Odessa (Texas) Permian (15-0-1)
7. Brockton (Mass.) (11-0)
8. Summerville (S.C.) (14-0)
9. Kirkland (Wash.) Juanita (13-0)
10. Indianapolis Warren Central (14-0)
11. Greensboro (N.C.) Page (13-0-1)
12. Cincinnati Moeller (10-1)
13. Natick (Mass.) (10-0)
14. Peoria (Ill.) Richwoods (13-0)
15. Toledo (Ohio) St. Francis (12-1)
16. Folsom (Pa.) Ridley (11-0)
17. Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha (10-0)
18. Prattville (Ala.) (14-1)
19. Archbald (Pa.) Valley View (12-1)
20. Riverside (Calif.) Poly (13-1)
21. Tulsa (Okla.) Washington (13-1)
22. Monroe (La.) Neville (12-1)
23. Baltimore Poly (10-0)
24. Houston Madison (12-0-1)
25. Ann Arbor (Mich.) Pioneer (11-1)

1985
1. -East St. Louis (Ill.) Senior (14-0)
2. Houston Yates (16-0)
3. Athens (Ga.) Clarke Central (15-0)
4. Indianapolis Warren Central (14-0)
5. Union (N.J.) (11-0)
6. Kirkland (Wash.) Juanita (13-0)
7. Hazelwood (Mo.) Central (14-0)
8. Cincinnati Moeller (13-1)
9. Brockton (Mass.) (11-0)
10. Doylestown (Pa.) Central Bucks West (11-0)
11. Greensboro (N.C.) Page (15-0)
12. Hampton (Va.) (14-0)
13. West Rome (Ga.) (15-0)
14. River Ridge (La.) John Curtis (13-0)
15. Vista (Calif.) (13-0)
16. Omaha (Neb.) Creighton Prep (12-0)
17. Binghamton (N.Y.) Central (10-0)
18. Washington (D.C.) Archbishop Carroll (10-0)
19. Pittsburgh North Hills (12-0-1)
20. Pensacola (Fla.) Escambia (13-1)
21. Cincinnati Princeton (11-1)
22. Traverse City (Mich.) (13-0)
23. Concord (Calif.) De La Salle (11-1)
24. Marion (Iowa) Linn-Mar (12-0)
25. Phoenix (Ariz.) St. Mary's (14-0)

1986
1. Valdosta (Ga.) (15-0)
2. Montgomery (Ala.) Lee (15-0)
3. Monroeville (Pa.) Gateway (13-0)
4. Cincinnati Purcell Marian (14-0)
5. Carmel (Ind.) (14-0)
6. Hyattsville (Md.) DeMatha (10-0)
7. Spokane (Wash.) Gonzaga Prep (12-0)
8. Buffalo Grove (Ill.) (14-0)
9. Doylestown (Pa.) Central Bucks West (11-0)
10. Englewood (Colo.) Cherry Creek (14-0)
11. Wilmington (Calif.) Banning (11-1)
12. Pittsburgh North Hills (12-1)
13. Pensacola (Fla.) Escambia (10-1)
14. Kansas City (Mo.) Rockhurst (11-1)
15. Pennsauken (N.J.) (11-0)
16. Los Angeles Carson (11-1)
17. Hempstead (N.Y.) (10-0)
18. Ruston (La.) (14-0)
19. Knoxville (Tenn.) Austin-East (15-0)
20. Plano (Texas) (14-2)
21. Trumbull (Conn.) (13-0)
22. Manitowoc (Wis.) Lincoln (12-0)
23. Lawrence (Kan.) (12-0)
24. Walpole (Mass.) (10-0)
25. Omaha (Neb.) Creighton Prep (11-1)

1987
1. Pittsburgh North Hills (13-0)
2. Plano (Texas) (16-0)
3. Fontana (Calif.) (14-0)
4. Dandridge (Tenn.) Jefferson County (15-0)
5. Brockton (Mass.) (11-0)
6. Union (N.J.) (11-0)
7. Doylestown (Pa.) Central Bucks West (11-0)
8. Alexandria (Va.) T.C. Williams (14-0)
9. Hobart (Ind.) (14-0)
10. Lawton (Okla.) (14-0)
11. Cincinnati Princeton (12-1)
12. Pensacola (Fla.) Pine Forest (13-1)
13. Kansas City (Mo.) Rockhurst (12-1)
14. Pascagoula (Miss.) (14-0)
15. Orange (Texas) West Orange Stark (15-0)
16. Garner (N.C.) (15-0)
17. Baltimore City (11-0)
18. Liverpool (N.Y.) (10-0)
19. Morrow (Ga.) (14-1)
20. Manchester (Conn.) East Catholic (11-0)
21. Danville (Calif.) Monte Vista (13-0)
22. Arkadelphia (Ark.) (14-0)
23. Lake Oswego (Ore.) Lakeridge (14-0)
24. Moorhead (Minn) (14-0)
25. Los Angeles Carson (11-1)

1988
1. Pensacola (Fla.) Pine Forest
2. Prichard (Ala.) Vigor
3. Berwick (Pa.)
4. Indianapolis Ben Davis
5. Cleveland St. Ignatius
6. Chicago Mount Carmel
7. Jefferson City (Mo.)
8. Brentwood (Tenn.) Academy
9. Dallas Carter
10. Concord (Calif.) De La Salle
11. Old Bridge (N.J.) Madison Central
12. Traverse City (Mich.)
13. Grand Junction (Colo.)
14. Hempstead (N.Y.)
15. Rockingham (N.C.) Richmond County
16. Los Angeles Carson
17. Brockton (Mass.)
18. Louisville Trinity
19. Warner Robins (Ga.)
20. Hampton (Va.)
21. Honolulu St. Louis
22. Bettendorf (Iowa)
23. Blaine (Minn.)
24. Manhattan (Kan.)
25. Charleston (W.Va.)

1989
1. Cleveland St. Ignatius (13-0)
2. Odessa, Texas Permian (16-0)
3. Fontana, Calif. (14-0)
4. Pittsburgh Upper St. Clair (15-0)
5. Rockingham, N.C. Richmond Co. (15-0)
6. East St. Louis, Ill. (14-0)
7. Hazelwood, Mo. East (14-0)
8. Farmington Hills, Mich. Harrison (13-0)
9. Anniston, Ala. (15-0)
10. Bradenton, Fla. Manatee (13-1)
11. Valdosta, Ga. (14-1)
12. Oak Lawn, Ill. Richards (14-0)
13. Middletown, N.J. South (12-0)
14. Pittsburgh Perry (13-0)
15. Walpole, Mass. (11-0)
16. Alexandria, Va. West Potomac (14-0)
17. Bakersfield, Calif. (13-0)
c 18. Honolulu St. Louis (13-0)
19. Endicott, N.Y. Union-Endicott (11-0)
20. Charleston, W. Va. Capital (12-0)
21. Louisville Trinity (14-0)
22. Baltimore Poly (10-0)
23. West Point, Miss. (13-0)
24. Alcoa, Tenn. (15-0)
25. Portsmouth, Va. Woodrow Wilson (14-0)

1990
1. Lawton (Okla) Eisenhower (14-0)
2. Houston Aldine (15-0)
3. Gainesville (Fla.) Buchholz (14-0)
4. San Diego Morse (14-0)
5. Warren (Ohio) Harding (14-0)
6. Louisville Trinity (14-0)
7. Chicago Mount Carmel (14-0)
8. Valdosta (Ga.) (13-0-1)
9. Ruston (La.) (14-0)
10. Merced (Calif.) (14-0)
11. Randolph (N.J.) (10-0)
12. Jefferson City (Mo.) (14-0)
13. Wexford (Pa.) North Allegheny (13-0-1)
14. Fayetteville (Tenn.) Lincoln County (15-0)
15. Bakersfield (Calif.) (13-0)
16. River Ridge (La.) John Curtis (15-0)
17. Burlington (N.C) Cummings (15-0)
18. Winchester (Mass.) (11-0)
19. Tucson (Ariz.) Sabino (14-0)
20. Syracuse (N.Y.) Henninger (11-0)
21. Great Falls (Mont.) Russell (12-0)
22. Longmont (Colo.) (13-0)
23. Wellsburg (W.Va.) Brooke (13-0)
24. Marion (Iowa) Linn-Mar (13-0)
25. Indianapolis Franklin Central (14-0)

1991
1. LaGrange (Ga.) (15-0)
2. Odessa (Texas) Permian (16-0)
3. Doylestown (Pa.) Central Bucks West (13-0)
4. Union (N.J.) (11-0)
5. Fort Walton Beach (Fla.) (14-0)
6. Indianapolis Ben Davis (14-0)
7. Fostoria (Ohio) (14-0)
8. Farmington Hills (Mich.) Harrison (13-0)
9. Oklahoma City Putnam City North (14-0)
10. Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei (13-1)
11. Oradell (N.J.) Bergan Catholic (11-0)
12. Portsmouth (Va.) Woodrow Wilson (14-0)
13. Longmont (Colo.) (13-0)
14. Winchester (Ky.) Clark County (15-0)
15. South Boston (Va.) Halifax County (14-0)
16. Clovis (Calif.) (13-0)
17. Walpole (Mass.) (12-0)
18. Gadsden (Ala.) (14-0)
19. East St. Louis (Ill.) (13-1)
20. Montgomery (Ala.) Lee (13-1)
21. Butte (Mont.) (12-0)
22. Fairport (N.Y.) (11-0)
23. Sheridan (Wy.) (10-0)
24. Charleston, (WVa) Capital (13-0)
25. Kenosha, Wis. Tremper (13-0)

1992
1. Berwick (Pa.) (15-0)
2. Valdosta (Ga.) (14-0)
3. Concord (Calif.) De La Salle (13-0)
4. Cleveland St. Ignatius (14-0)
5. Union (N.J.) (11-0)
6. LaPuente (Calif.) Bishop Amat (14-0)
7. Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (14-0)
8. Wheaton (Ill.) Warrenville South (14-0)
9. Redford (Mich.) Catholic Central (13-0)
10. Honolulu St. Louis (13-0)
11. Fort Wayne (Ind.) Snider (14-0)
12. Bellevue (Wash.) Newport (13-0)
13. Oradell (N.J.) Bergen Catholic (11-0)
14. Mechanicsburg (Pa.) Cumberland Valley (15-0)
15. Kernersville (N.C.) East Forsyth (15-0)
16. Gallatin (Tenn.) (15-0)
17. Boutte (La.) Hahnville (15-0)
18. Staten Island (N.Y.) Susan Wagner (12-0)
19. Temple (Texas) (15-1)
20. Baltimore City College (10-0)
21. Bettendorf (Iowa) (13-0)
22. Bradenton (Fla.) Manatee (13-1)
23. Montgomery (Ala.) Lee (13-1)
24. Tucson (Ariz.) Sabino (14-0)
25. Ardmore (Okla.) (14-0)

1993
1. Cleveland St. Ignatius (14-0)
2. Rialto (Calif.) Eisenhower (14-0)
3. Pittsburgh North Hills (15-0)
4. Dunwoody (Ga.) (15-0)
5. Miami Southridge (15-0)
6. Bradenton (Fla.) Southeast 15-0
7. Concord (Calif.) De La Salle (13-0)
8. Fresno (Calif.) Clovis West (14-0)
9. Durham (N.C.) Northern Durham (15-0)
10. Allentown (Pa.) Central Catholic (14-0)
11. River Ridge (La.) John Curtis (14-0)
12. Belvidere (Ill.) (14-0)
13. Batesville (Miss.) South Panola (15-0)
14. Chicago Heights (Ill.) Marian Catholic (14-0)
15. Converse (Texas) Judson (13-0-2)
16. Portsmouth (Va.) I.C. Normcom (14-0)
17. Bloomington (Ind.) South (14-0)
18. Fayetteville (Tenn.) Lincoln County (14-0)
19. Pine Bluff (Ark.) (14-0)
20. Lewisville (Texas) (15-0-1)
21. Jefferson City (Mo.) (13-0)
22. Oxford (Ala.) (14-0)
23. Thiells (N.Y.) North Rockland (12-0)
24. Iowa City (13-0)
25. Union (N.J.) (10-1)

1994
1. Mater Dei, Santa Ana, Calif. (14-0)
2. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (13-0)
3. Colquitt County, Moultrie, Ga. (15-0)
4. John Tyler, Tyler, Texas (16-0)
5. McKeesport, Pa. (15-0)
6. St. Peter's, Jersey City, N.J. (11-0)
7. Bishop Amat, La Puente, Calif. (13-1)
8. Midwest City, Okla. (14-0)
9. Riverdale, Murfreesboro, Tenn. (15-0)
10. Providence, New Lenox, Ill. (14-0)
11. Jefferson City, Mo. (13-0)
12. Annandale, Va. (14-0)
13. St. Louis, Honolulu (13-0)
14. St. Mary's, Orchard Lake, Mich. (13-0)
15. Hahnville, Butte, La. (15-0)
16. Berkeley, Moncks Corner, S.C. (15-0)
17. Crest, Shelby, N.C. (15-0)
18. Berwick, Pa. (14-1)
19. Southeast, Bradenton, Fla. (14-1)
20. Starkville, Miss. (15-0)
21. Stephenville, Texas (16-0)
22. St. Ignatius, Cleveland (13-1)
23. South Kitsap, Port Orchard, Wash. (13-0)
24. New Bedford, Mass. (11-0)
25. Jamestown, N.Y. (13-0)

1995
1. Berwick, Pa. (15-0)
2. St. Ignatius, Cleveland (14-0)
3. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (13-0)
4. Roosevelt, San Antonio (16-0)
5. Penn Hills, Pittsburgh (15-0)
6. Brentwood (Tenn.) Academy (15-0)
7. Midwest City, Okla. (14-0)
8. St. Joseph Regional, Montvale, N.J. (11-0)
9. Providence, New Lenox, Ill. (14-0)
10. Catholic Central, Redford, Mich. (13-0)
11. Southwest DeKalb, Decatur, Ga. (14-1)
12. Bolles, Jacksonville, Fla. (14-1)
13. Penn, Mishawaka, Ind. (14-0)
14. Salmen, Slidell, La. (14-0)
15. Spartanburg, S.C. (15-0)
16. Amory, Miss. (15-0)
17. Hazelwood East, St. Louis (14-0)
18. Starkville, Miss. (15-0)
19. La Marque, Texas (15-0)
20. West Charlotte, Charlotte (15-1)
21. O'Dea, Seattle (13-0)
22. Pine Bluff, Ark. (14-0)
23. Jamestown, N.Y. (13-0)
24. Bishop Amat, La Puente, Calif. (12-1-1)
25. Cheshire, Conn. (12-0)

1996
1. Mater Dei, Santa Ana, Calif. (14-0)
2. Hampton, Va. (14-0)
3. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (12-0)
4. Berwick, Pa., (15-0)
5. Lewisville, Texas (15-0)
6. Mount Carmel, Chicago (14-0)
7. Academy, Brentwood, Tenn. (15-0)
8. Westlake, Austin, Texas (16-0)
9. Carol City, Miami (14-1)
10. Hoboken, N.J. (11-0)
11. Providence, New Lenox, Ill. (14-0)
12. Lima, Ohio (13-1)
13. Dowington, Pa. (14-1)
14. St. Louis, Honolulu (13-0)
15. Hackensack, N.J. (11-0)
16. Lakeland, Fla. (15-0)
17. Crest, Shelby, N.C. (14-0-1)
18. Blount, Prichard, Ala. (14-0)
19. Cherry Creek, Englewood, Colo. (14-0)
20. Evangel Christian, Shreveport, La. (15-0)
21. Highlands, Ft. Thomas, Ky. (15-0)
22. Mountain View, Mesa, Ariz. (14-0)
23. Roosevelt, Yonkers, N.Y. (12-0)
24. Roseburg, Ore. (14-0)
25. Moss Point, Miss. (13-1)

1997
1. McKinley, Canton, Ohio (14-0)
2. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (14-0)
3. Hampton, Va. (13-0)
4. Central Bucks, Doylestown, Pa. (15-0)
5. Carol City, Miami (15-0)
6. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (15-0)
7. Katy, Texas (14-1)
8. Mater Dei, Santa Ana, Calif. (14-1)
9. Thomas County Central, Thomasville, Ga. (15-0)
10. Lincoln Way, New Lenox, Ill. (14-0)
11. St. Joseph's Regional, Montvale, N.J. (11-0)
12. Evangel Christian, Shreveport, La. (15-0)
13. Richmond County, Rockingham, N.C. (15-0)
14. Fairfield Central, Winnsboro, S.C. (15-0)
15. Jenks, Okla. (14-0)
16. West Monroe, Monroe, La. (14-0)
17. St. Ignatius, Cleveland (11-2)
18. Woodstock, Ill. (14-0)
19. Ramapo, Franklin Lakes, N.J. (11-0)
20. Mountain View, Mesa, Ariz. (14-0)
21. Harrison, Farmington Hills, Mich. (13-0)
22. Santa Margarita, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (14-0)
23. St. John's, Danvers, Mass. (11-0)
24. Southeast, Lincoln, Neb. (13-0)
25. Eden Prairie, Minn. (13-0)

1998
1. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (12-0)
2. Mater Dei, Santa Ana, Calif. (13-1)
3. Evangel Christian, Shreveport, La. (15-0)
4. Northwestern, Miami (15-0)
5. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (13-1)
6. Richmond County, Rockingham, N.C. (16-0)
7. Central Bucks West, Doylestown, Pa. (15-0)
8. West Monroe, La. (15-0)
9. Bergen Catholic, Oradell, N.J. (12-0)
10. Lee, Midland, Texas (14-1)
11. Blount, Prichard, Ala. (13-0)
12. Valdosta, Ga. (14-1)
13. DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md. (12-0)
14. Mount Carmel, Chicago (14-0)
15. Catholic Central, Redford, Mich. (12-0)
16. Warrenville South, Wheaton, Ill. (14-0)
17. McKinley, Canton, Ohio (12-1)
18. Harrison, Farmington Hills, Mich. (13-0)
19. Highlands, Fort Thomas, Ky. (15-0)
20. South, Bloomington, Ind. (14-0)
21. Summerville, S.C. (15-0)
22. St. Louis, Honolulu (13-1)
23. J.A. Fair, Little Rock (14-0)
24. Desert Vista, Tempe, Arizona (14-0)
25. Xaverian, Westwood, Mass. (10-0)

1999
1. Lee, Midland, Texas (15-0)
2. Evangel Christian, Shreveport, La. (15-0)
3. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (12-0)
4. Central Bucks West, Doylestown, Pa. (15-0)
5. Central, Naperville, Ill. (14-0)
6. Lakeland, Fla. (15-0)
7. St. Joseph Regional, Montvale, N.J. (11-0)
8. Garland, Texas (15-1)
9. Cathedral Prep, Erie, Pa. (13-1)
10. Joliet (Ill.) Catholic (14-0)
11. Western, Walled Lake, Mich. (14-0)
12. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (13-0-1)
13. Hylton, Woodbridge, Va. (14-0)
14. Central, Madison, Miss. (15-0)
15. Jenks, Okla. (13-1)
16. Montgomery Bell Academy, Nashville (12-0)
17. Ben Davis, Indianapolis (15-0)
18. Culpeper, Va., County (14-0)
19. Mountain View, Mesa, Ariz. (13-1)
20. Glades Central, Belle Glade, Fla. (15-0)
21. Etowah, Attalla, Ala. (14-0)
22. Stratford, Goose Creek, S.C. (15-0)
23. Seneca Valley, Germantown, Md. (13-0)
24. Skyline, Salt Lake City (13-0)
25. Cretin-Derham Hall, St. Paul, Minn. (13-0)

2000
1. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (13-0) 
2. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (14-0) 
3. Jenks, Okla. (14-0)
4. Cathedral Prep, Erie, Pa. (14-0)
5. West Monroe, La. (15-0)
6. Katy, Texas (16-0)
7. Venice, Fla. (15-0)
8. Lee, Midland, Texas (13-2)
9. Hackensack, N.J. (12-0)
10. Red Bank, Chattanooga, Tenn. (15-0)
11. Joliet (Ill.) Catholic (14-0)
12. Palm Bay, Fla. (12-2)
13. Highlands, Fort Thomas, Ky. (14-1)
14. Rockhurst, Kansas City, Mo. (14-0)
15. Upper Arlington, Columbus, Ohio (15-0)
16. Moss Point, Miss. (13-1)
17. Parkview, Lilburn, Ga. (15-0)
18. Strath Haven, Wallingford, Pa. (15-0)
19. Montgomery Bell, Nashville (12-0)
20. Lincoln (Neb.) Southeast (13-0)
21. Westlake, Austin, Texas (14-1)
22. Brother Rice, Birmingham, Mich. (13-1)
23. Central Bucks West, Doylestown, Pa. (14-1)
24. Solon, Ohio (14-1)
25. Loyola, Los Angeles (12-2)

2001
1. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (12-0)
2. Jenks, Okla. (13-0)
3. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (12-1)
4. Ben Davis, Indianapolis (15-0)
5. Harrison, Farmington Hills, Mich. (14-0)
6. Independence, Charlotte, N.C. (16-0)
7. Lincoln, Tallahassee, Fla. (13-1)
8. Providence Catholic, New Lenox, Ill. (14-0)
9. Neshaminy, Langhorne, Pa. (15-0)
10. Poly Prep, Brooklyn, N.Y. (8-0)
11. Chatfield, Littleton, Colo. (14-0)
12. Evangel Christian, Shreveport, La. (14-1)
13. West Monroe, La. (14-1)
14. St. Ignatius, Cleveland (11-4)
15. Joliet (Ill.) Catholic (13-1)
16. Mesquite, Texas (15-0)
17. St. Thomas Aquinas, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (14-1)
18. Mission Viejo, Calif. (14-0)
19. St. Xavier, Cincinnati (13-1)
20. Parkview, Lilburn, Ga. (15-0)
21. DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md. (11-0)
22. Daphne, Ala. (15-0)
23. Lufkin, Texas (15-1)
24. Woodland Hills, Pittsburgh (14-1)
25. Elder, Cincinnati (11-2)

2002
1. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (13-0)
2. Parkview, Lilburn, Ga. (15-0)
3. Independence, Charlotte, N.C. (16-0)
4. Trinity, Louisville (15-0)
5. Union, Tulsa, Okla. (14-0)
6. Rockhurst, Kansas City, Mo. (13-0)
7. Los Alamitos, Calif. (13-0-1)
8. Don Bosco Prep, Ramsey, N.J. (12-0)
9. Elder, Cincinnati (14-1)
10. Mission Viejo, Calif. (14-0)
11. Parkland, Allentown, Pa. (14-1)
12. Southlake (Texas) Carroll (16-0)
13. Judson, Converse, Texas (14-1)
14. Gilman School, Baltimore (10-0)
15. St. Joseph's Prep, Philadelphia (13-0)
16. Providence Catholic, New Lenox, Ill. (14-0)
17. John Curtis, River Ridge La. (14-1)
18. Woodland Hills, Pittsburgh (13-1)
19. Evangel Christian Academy, Shreveport, La. (14-1)
20. Ely, Pompano Beach, Fla. (14-1)
21. Schroeder, Webster, N.Y. (13-0)
22. Hart, Newhall, Calif. (12-1-1)
23. Eden Prairie, Minn. (13-0)
24. Sheldon, Eugene, Ore. (14-0)
25. Phoebus, Hampton, Va. (14-0)

2003
1. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (13-0)
2. Don Bosco Prep, Ramsey, N.J. (11-0)
3. St. Joseph's Prep, Philadelphia (12-0)
4. Independence, Charlotte (16-0)
5. North Shore, Galena Park, Texas (15-0)
6. Elder, Cincinnati (14-1)
7. Carmel, Mundelein, Ill. (14-0)
8. North Penn, Lansdale, Pa. (15-0)
9. South Panola, Batesville, Miss. (15-0)
10. Carol City, Fla. (14-1)
11. J.W. North, Riverside, Calif. (14-0)
12. Camden County, Kingsland, Ga. (15-0)
13. Blue Springs, Mo. (13-0)
14. DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md. (12-0)
15. Montgomery Bell Academy, Nashville (11-1)
16. Detroit Catholic Central, Redford, Mich. (13-1)
17. Hahnville, Boutte, La. (15-0)
18. Katy, Texas (15-1)
19. Southlake (Texas) Carroll (15-0)
20. The Woodlands, Texas (14-1)
21. Kahuku, Hawaii (14-0)
22. Warren Central, Indianapolis (13-2)
23. Clovis East, Clovis, Calif. (12-1)
24. Mission Viejo, Calif. (13-1)
25. Miami (Fla.) Northwestern, Miami (12-1)

2004
1. Southlake (Texas) Carroll (16-0)
2. Independence, Charlotte (15-0)
3. Mission Viejo, Calif. (14-0)
4. Hoover, Ala. (15-0)
5. Colerain, Cincinnati (15-0)
6. Central Catholic, Pittsburgh (16-0)
7. South Panola, Batesville, Miss. (15-0)
8. Bellevue, Wash. (13-0)
9. John Curtis, River Ridge, La. (14-0)
10. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (13-1)
11. Lowndes, Valdosta, Ga. (15-0)
12. Christian Brothers Academy, Syracuse, N.Y. (13-0)
13. Muskegon, Mich. (14-0)
14. Joliet (Ill.) Catholic (14-0)
15. Riverdale, Murfreesboro, Tenn. (15-0)
16. Notre Dame, Sherman Oaks, Calif. (14-0)
17. Killian, Miami (13-1)
18. Lakeland, Fla. (15-0)
19. Union, Tulsa (13-1)
20. DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md. (10-1)
21. Jenks, Okla. (12-1)
22. St. Joseph Regional, Montvale, N.J. (11-1)
23. St. Xavier, Louisville (14-1)
24. Camden County, Kingsland, Ga. (13-1)
25. Mullen, Denver (13-1)

2005
1. Lakeland, Fla. (15-0)
2. Southlake (Texas) Carroll (16-0)
3. Independence, Charlotte (15-0)
4. Springdale, Ark. (14-0)
5. St. Xavier, Cincinnati (14-0)
6. South Panola, Batesville, Miss. (15-0)
7. Byrnes, Duncan, S.C. (15-0)
8. Hoover, Ala. (14-1)
9. Lincoln-Way East, Frankfort, Ill. (14-0)
10. St. Thomas Aquinas, Fort Lauderdale (13-1)
11. Lowndes, Valdosta, Ga. (14-1)
12. Gilman School, Baltimore (9-0)
13. St. Bonaventure, Ventura, Calif. (14-0)
14. DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md. (11-1)
15. Warren Central, Indianapolis (14-1)
16. Morris, Ill. (14-0)
17. McKeesport, Pa. (14-2)
18. Dominguez, Compton, Calif. (13-1)
19. Euless (Texas) Trinity (14-1)
20. Mission Viejo, Calif. (12-1)
21. Brophy Prep, Phoenix (13-1)
22. Union, Tulsa (13-1)
23. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (11-2)
24. Westfield, Spring, Texas (11-1)
25. St. Peter's Prep, Jersey City, N.J. (12-0)

 



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3:20 PM - Sep 25, 2018 #13

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3:28 PM - Sep 25, 2018 #14

Another example where 2001 Harrison piggy backs on the 2000 team. Almost everyone who watched the games would say the 2000 team was superior .. . But top 5 vs not ranked...

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Searn wrote: Another example where 2001 Harrison piggy backs on the 2000 team. Almost everyone who watched the games would say the 2000 team was superior ..  . But top 5 vs not ranked...

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Exactly.....same thing happened with 88 Harrison vs 89 Harrison. 88 was the superior squad
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5:51 PM - Sep 25, 2018 #16

Here is a fantasy game that was talked about during the record setting winning streak in 2000
number 1 de la salle 13-0
Vs
Number 22 Birmingham brother rice 13-1
If they had played
I say Brother Rice would have beaten
De la salle and broken the streak rice was just great that year.



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RABBITT84.searnfootballforum wrote: Here is a fantasy game that was talked about during the record setting winning streak in 2000
number 1 de la salle 13-0
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Number 22  Birmingham brother rice 13-1
If they had played
I say Brother Rice would have beaten
De la salle and broken the streak rice was just great that year.



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sorry no chance...florida, texas and california are on a completely different level. OLSM beat rice that year and i think FHH would have as well
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6:22 PM - Sep 25, 2018 #18

I can't even begin to compare those out of state teams ... My fantasy game would be that Rice vs FHH game in 2000 over that.

I don't know who would win. Harrison was so explosive but I have doubts how they would match up with the big and talented players Rice had on their lines... And it's not like Rice didn't have a D1 QB or skill players to go along with it.

It would have been a good one either way.

It's probably in my top 5 games that never happened that I would have loved to see play out. Harrison/CC 98 would have been good as well..
A rare occasion you see 2 Michigan teams in the top 25.

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6:24 PM - Sep 25, 2018 #19

Speaking of Harrison. .. I can't believe their history will play out and they will never play DCC.

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Searn wrote: Speaking of Harrison. .. I can't believe their history will play out and they will never play DCC.

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i know that is too bad.....i just hate that they are closing but one of the 3 in farmington had to go and it was them that was chosen
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