Fall FAB 50 High School Soccer Team Rankings

The boys fall high school season includes the following states: Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Delaware, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, Virginia (fall only), West Virginia, Wisconsin.

The rankings are compiled by high school rankings editor Sheldon Shealer.

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Rank (Prev.) School Record
1 (1) St. Benedict's Prep Newark, NJ 16-0-0
UCLA commit Celio Pompeu had two goals and four assists last week as St. Benedict's closed out the regular season with win over St. Peter's Prep, Dickinson and Newark East Side.
2 (2) Naperville North Naperville, IL 23-0-0
Bowling Green commit Colin Iverson scored two goals and junior Ty Konrad had a goal and four assists to lead Naperville North to a 5-1 win over West Aurora to win a sectional title.
3 (3) Libertyville Libertyville, IL 20-0-0
Michigan commit Evan Rasmussen netted his 32nd goal of the season and Mickey Reilly added a goal in Libertyville's 2-0 section final win over Lake Zurich.
4 (4) Martin Luther King Manhattan, NY 15-0-0
Yaya Bakayoko scored three goals and Akeem Shelton added two as MLK opened postseason play with a 5-1 victory over Fort Hamilton.
5 (5) Delbarton School Morristown, NJ 19-0-0
Curt Calov delivered a two-goal performance in Delbarton's 3-0 win over Morris Knolls last week.
6 (6) Loyola Towson, MD 16-0-0
Loyola closed out a perfect regular season with a 1-0 victory over Gilman. Luke Briggs netted the game-winner. The Dons handled McDonogh and John Carroll earlier in the week.
7 (7) St. Ignatius Cleveland, OH 16-1-2
Theo Kudlo and Kory Nekoloff scored the goals to lift St. Ignatius to a 2-0 win over North Royalton for the program's fifth straight district title.
8 (8) Peoria Notre Dame Peoria, IL 21-2-0
Noah Madrigal scored the go-ahead goal as Peoria Notre Dame pulled away from Morton with a 3-1 section final victory. The Irish have won 20 sectional titles in the program's storied history.
9 (9) Milwaukee Marquette Milwaukee, WI 19-2-0
The Hilltoppers are making it look easy through four rounds of postseason play, beating Kenosha Tremper 8-0 and Franklin 6-0 to advance to this week's state semifinals. Marquette has outscored its playoff opponents 30-0 this season. Osvaldo Sanchez-Arellano had hat tricks in both playoff wins last week.
10 (11)
Montclair Montclair, NJ 16-0-0
Evan O'Brien scored the game-winner in the second overtime as Montclair edged West Orange 1-0 in the Essex County Tournament semifinals. The result sends Montclair into a Saturday clash with FAB 50-ranked Seton Hall Prep for the county title.
11 (22)
Monroe-Woodbury Central Valley, NY 17-0-0
Joe Nastu served up a pair of assists as Monroe-Woodbury defeated Newburgh Free Academy 3-0 to advance to the state tournament.
12 (10)
Holmdel Holmdel, NJ 16-0-1
A draw and eventual penalty kick setback to Ocean Township ended Holmdel's county title bid, but the team bounced back with a victory over New Brunswick.
13 (17)
St. Xavier Louisville, KY 24-2-1
Conner George scored five goals and Kentucky commit Case Cox added three as St. Xavier cruised to a pair of playoff wins last week. The Tigers will face Henry Clay in the state semifinals this week.
14 (16)
Salesianum Wilmington, DE 11-2-0
John Leonard had two goals and three assists last week as Salesianum shut out Charter School, Kingsway (N.J.) and St. Elizabeth.
15 (18)
Fairview Boulder, CO 16-0-0
Myles Ellis scored in overtime as top-seeded Fairview avoided a major upset with a 1-0 victory over No. 32 seeded Mountain Vista in the opening round of the Colorado 5A playoffs.
16 (20)
Forest Hills Northern Grand Rapids, MI 22-0-1
Nathan Texter scored twice as Forest Hills Northern handled Haslett 4-1 in the regional final last week.
17 (23)
Boulder Boulder, CO 15-1-0
Jesse Bacardi scored twice in Boulder's 4-1 win over Chaparral last week.
18 (35)
Smithtown West Smithtown, NY 17-0-0
Tyler Sheridan kept Smithtown West's perfect season alive with a game-winning shootout goal as the team edged Sachem North following a scoreless match. The team next faces 17-win Newfield.
19 (29)
Walt Whitman Bethesda, MD 12-1-0
Natan Rosen had three goals and three assists last week as Whitman cruised to wins over Einstein and Kennedy. The Vikings head into postseason play riding an 11-match shutout streak. The team's lone loss was an early season 2-1 setback to top-ranked St. Benedict's Prep (N.J.).
20 (30)
Lee's Summit Lee's Summit, MO 18-1-0
Lee's Summit opened the district tournament with a 5-0 win over Belton. Next up, however, is TDS Missouri State No 10 Lee's Summit West. The last time these teams meet, the match went to a shootout won by Lee's Summit.
21 (33)
The Heights School Potomac, MD 14-0-1
The Heights, led by Princeton commit Daniel Diaz-Bonilla, climbs into the Top 25 for the first time ever. The team is the top seed in this week's Washington Catholic Athletic Conference tournament, a league traditionally dominated by DeMatha and Gonzaga (D.C.).
22 (34)
St. Christopher's Richmond, VA 13-0-1
Bridger Thurston scored twice and William & Mary commit Alexander Levengood added a goal as St. Christopher's topped Collegiate in a battle of undefeated teams to highlight the team's two-win week. St. Christopher's and Collegiate tied their first meeting. With the win, St. Christopher's earned the top seed for the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division I tournament.
23 (32)
Nauset Eastham, MA 17-0-0
Nauset is one win away from a second perfect regular season in three years. This year's success comes as a bit of a surprise given the team graduated 12 seniors from last year's squad.
24 (39)
Bowie Bowie, MD 14-0-0
Bowie seems a near lock to reach the 4A state semifinals, coming out of a South region it has long dominated. Bowie is ranked No. 3 in The Washington Post behind FAB 50 No. 19 Walt Whitman and No. 21 The Heights.
25 (27)
Chesterton Chesterton, IN 21-0-2*
Season Complete. Indiana Class 3A state champion.
School Facts: Public, 2,050 students, grades 9-12.
NOTES: Despite getting outshot 25-11, Chesterton snagged a first-ever state title in dramatic fashion when Robbie Capehart scored on a header with 27 seconds left in the second overtime in a 1-0 decision over Zionsville. Bailey Arthur assisted the winning goal. Sophomore keeper Charlie Eaton had six saves, but one was a game-saving diving stop that gave Chesterton a chance to win. Senior defender Jack Eaton and junior forward Seth Conway were first-team all-district selections. Charlie Eaton and sophomore forward Jack Bowser were second-team all-district picks.
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