HS: State, region rankings, April 11

HS: State, region rankings, April 11
by Sheldon Shealer
April 11, 2016

Upsets continue to rock the Texas girls rankings, while the season-long top two boys teams have reached the state semifinals.

This week, the winter season finally draws to a close with the Texas UIL state finals.

Meanwhile, the last of the spring-playing states start regular-season play this week.

WINTER NEWS

Klein (Texas) and Allen (Texas) were bumped in the Texas girls playoffs last week, pretty much putting an end to the chances that any Texas team will finish atop of the SIMA FAB 50 girls rankings this year. Klein and Allen were ranked 1-2 in both the state and SIMA FAB 50 rankings last week.

On the boys side, Coppell (Texas) and Wakeland (Frisco, Texas) won three times last week to reach their respective state semifinals. They are in line to finish as the nation's highest-ranking public schools if both win state titles this weekend.

See the entire WINTER high school region and state rankings:

WINTER REGION RANKINGS: BOYS (April 11) | GIRLS (April 11)

WINTER STATE RANKINGS: BOYS (April 11) | GIRLS (April 11)

SPRING NEWS

Omaha South (Omaha, Neb.), Tulsa Union (Tulsa, Okla.) and Creighton Prep (Omaha, Neb.) were among the top boys teams handed their first loss of the season last week, leading to a reshuffling of several state and region rankings. There are new No. 1 boys teams in Alaska, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Wyoming this week.

Alabama, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Wisconsin have new No. 1 teams topping the girls rankings.

See the entire SPRING high school region and state rankings:

SPRING REGION RANKINGS: BOYS (April 11) | GIRLS (April 11)

SPRING STATE RANKINGS: BOYS (April 11) | GIRLS (April 11)

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