Winter FAB 50 High School Soccer Team Rankings

Rank (Prev.) School Record
1 (1) Houston Episcopal Bellaire, TX 16-0-0
After a scoreless regulation, Episcopal fell behind 1-0 in overtime before rallying for a 2-1 win over John Cooper for the program’s fourth straight Southwest Preparatory Conference title. Division I prospect Victor Velasco and Juan Rodriguez combined for 50 goals on the season. The team, made up from several members of the Houstonians club title-winning team, outscored its opponents 73-3 on the season with two of the goals allowed coming on set pieces. Episcopal’s key victory was a 1-0 win over FAB 50 Central Catholic the week after Central Catholic beat a pair of Top 25 teams from California.
2 (2) Southlake Carroll Southlake, TX 13-0-2
Sixteen players have scored goals for the Dragons this year, helping to the team’s undefeated start through 15 matches.
3 (3) Montverde Academy Montverde, FL 13-1-1*
Season Complete. Independent school season.
School Facts: Private, 1,200 students, grades K-12.
NOTES: Montverde Academy's bid for a ninth straight undefeated season came up short due to one December defeat, ending its national record undefeated run at 185 matches. The Eagles, however, defeated FAB 50-ranked Tampa Jesuit along with three other district champions and two district runners-up. The team featured goalkeeper Weston King (Louisville), Bernardo Gracindo (Northeastern), Bryan Moreira (Indianapolis), Bruno De Nez, Ricardo Paiva, Pedro Melo, Xavier Laneuville, Frederico Tramonina and Ricardo Rego.
4 (4) Sunnyside Tucson, AZ 23-0-2
Manuel Quiroz scored three goals as Sunnyside defeated Independence 4-2 to advance to this week’s state final. The senior has a team-best 38 goals this season.
5 (7)
 
Cathedral Los Angeles, CA 20-2-4
Omar Arrieta's first-half header gave Cathedral a lead which it held for a 1-0 victory over Mater Dei in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 semifinals. The Phantoms next face San Clemente for the title.
6 (8)
 
Torrey Pines San Diego, CA 13-1-8
Torrey Pines avoid a first-round upset by edging La Costa Canyon in penalty kicks following a 1-1 match in the CIF San Diego Section Open playoffs.
7 (11)
 
San Clemente San Clemente, CA 20-2-5
Quinn Richards delivered the game-winning goal in overtime as San Clemente defeated Edison in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 semifinals.
8 (9)
 
Mater Dei Santa Ana, CA 17-2-6*
Mater Dei's bid for a section title ended in a 1-0 loss to Cathedral.
9 (10)
 
St. Paul's Covington, LA 24-1-4
Philip Pearce and Michael Dufour scored the goals to carry St. Paul’s to a 10th straight state final match with a 2-1 state semifinal win over St. Amant. In what is becoming an annual season-ending clash, St. Paul’s will face New Orleans Jesuit in this week’s state final.
10 (12)
 
Montgomery Santa Rosa, CA 19-0-2
Montgomery scored twice in the first two minutes to set the tone in the team’s 6-0 section quarterfinal win over Maria Carrillo. Oswaldo Rojas finished with two goals.
11 (13)
 
Berkeley Berkeley, CA 21-0-4
Berkeley remains on course for a possible showdown with De La Salle after edging Dublin 2-1 in overtime last week in a section quarterfinal. Kinlay Watkins and Kalani Kossa-Rienzi scored for Berkeley.
12 (15)
 
New Orleans Jesuit New Orleans, LA 23-0-6
Ashton Perkins netted the lone goal as Jesuit held off Northshore in the Louisiana Division I state semifinals. Jesuit will clash with St. Paul’s in the state final.
13 (16)
 
De La Salle Concord, CA 19-2-2
De La Salle has rolled to a pair of postseason wins, scoring 11 goals in two matches. Things should get a little more challenging this week with a section semifinal clash with Vintage.
14 (18)
 
Marcus Flower Mound, TX 11-2-2
Marcus received goals from three players in a 3-2 win over league rival Lewisville last week.
15 (19)
 
Tompkins Katy, TX 12-1-4
Tompkins won a pair of match last week to climb to the top of the district standings in a strong field that includes fellow FAB 50-ranked Seven Lakes.
16 (20)
 
Alief Elsik Houston, TX 11-1-1
Mayno Linares had a goal and one assist in each outing as Elsik won a pair of matches last week.
17 (25)
 
El Segundo El Segundo, CA 21-1-2
El Segundo used a four-goal first half to put away Alta Loma and advance to this week's section final. The Eagles will face West Torrance.
18 (26)
 
Bellarmine Prep San Jose, CA 16-2-3
Bellarmine and Watsonville will square off in a section semifinal match this week, pitting two of the section's all-time powers and a pair of nationally ranked teams this season.
19 (28)
 
San Antonio LEE San Antonio, TX 13-2-0
Wilmar Aguilar continues to strengthen his case as one of the top underclass winter players this year. The junior had two assists in the team's win over rival Reagan and a goal and assist in a win over Roosevelt.
20 (41)
 
Brophy Prep Phoenix, AZ 18-3-2
Brophy edged Chaparral 1-0 to reach the Arizona 6A state state final. Interestingly, Brophy and Hamilton started the year ranked 1-2 in Arizona by TopDrawerSoccer and now they will meet in the 6A final to finish the season.
21 Hamilton Chandler, AZ 19-3-0
Channing Chasten and Jesse Maldanado scored the goals as Hamilton upended Desert Vista 2-1 in the Arizona 6A state semifinals. The win sends the Huskies into a clash with Brophy Prep for the title.
22 Edison Huntington Beach, CA 16-6-5*
After knocking off top-seeded Loyola in the section quarterfinals, Edison's postseason run ended with a 3-2 overtime loss to San Clemente. After a rocky start, Edison went 9-1-1 after the New Year before falling to San Clement.
23 (5)
 
Loyola Los Angeles, CA 23-2-3*
Loyola was upset by Edison in the CIF Southern Section quarterfinals, falling 2-1 in the 98th minute of overtime.
24 (30)
 
Santa Ana Santa Ana, CA 19-6-2*
The Orange Coast league champs, which opened the season with a loss to Loyola, upset favored Servite in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs before losing to San Clemente in the quarterfinals. Senior Edgar Canela led the team in goals and assists.
25 (31)
 
Servite Anaheim, CA 14-3-7*
Servite's postseason ended with a loss to Santa Ana in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs. The Friars had a strong season that included a league title, a runner-up finish to Cathedral in the Lotto Sport Western Showcase, a 2-0-1 showing at the Santa Barbara College Showcase and a runner-up finish to Hamilton (Ariz.) at the adidas West Coast Showcase.
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