BIG MOVERS -- BOYS: Forest Park (Woodbridge, Va.). This one-time national power has returned to the Top 25, powered by a victory over Battlefield (Haymarket, Va.) last week. Forest Park moved from No. 47 to No. 21. GIRLS: St. Charles North (St. Charles, Ill.). St. Charles North moved up 18 spots after knocking off former Top 25-ranked Plainfield North (Plainfield, Ill.) last week. St. Charles North chceks in at No. 19.
NEWCOMERS: BOYS: No. 28 Whitewater (Fayetteville, Ga.), No. 29 Iowa City West (Iowa City, Iowa), No. 36 Southeast Whitfield (Dalton, Ga.), No. 39 Bearden (Knoxville, Tenn.), No. 40 Bingham (South Jordan, Utah), No. 42 Enterprise (Ala.), No. 44 Brookwood (Snellville, Ga.), No. 45 Parkview (Lilburn, Ga.), No. 46 James River (Midlothian, Va.), No. 47 Curtis (University Place, Wash.), No. 48 T.C. Williams (Alexandria, Va.), No. 49 Chapin (S.C.) and No. 50 Pace Academy (Atlanta, Ga.). GIRLS: No. 24 Ursuline Academy (St. Louis, Mo.), No. 35 Arapahoe (Centennial, Colo.), No. 39 Pace Academy (Atlanta, Ga.), No. 41 Rockwood Summit (Fenton, Mo.), No. 42 Gretna (Neb.), No. 43 Westminster Schools (Atlanta, Ga.), No. 44 Shawnee Mission West (Shawnee Mission, Kan.), No. 45 Visitation Academy (St. Louis, Mo.) and No. 50 Naperville North (Naperville, Ill.).
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BIG MOVERS -- BOYS: The Woodlands (Texas). The Woodlands, with a 21-match undefeated streak, moves up five spots this week to No. 24, the largest move among teams ranked in the ranked Top 25. GIRLS: Flower Mound (Texas). Flower Mound moved up 10 spots following a victory over Midlothian, coupled with other upsets, to check in at No. 10 this week.
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