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High School | Rankings | 5/17/2022

HS Rankings Update: May 17

Tyler Russo      Colton Olinger     
Photo: Eli Jerzembeck, Providence HS (N.C.)
It’s been the same kind of stuff for the last few weeks now as regions around the country continue to push through their playoffs with some wrapping up and having crowned state champions, Oklahoma and Louisiana to be specific, while many of the northern states are very close to beginning their playoff systems. As state champions are crowned around the country, we will begin to see the rankings shift more than normal with those teams being deserving of having their strong seasons recognized while there will still be many teams that fall short and stay deserving of national recognition.

It's still Stoneman Douglas (Fla.) and Orchard Lake St. Mary’s (Mich.) at the top as Douglas has still yet to lose a game since March before they won the NHSI, while OLSM now sits at 30-0 with playoffs on the horizon. It was tough to fill the spots behind them this week with many of the top teams falling in games, but the talent among them is tough to match. IMG Academy (Fla.) has been done with their spring and still sits at No. 3 while Bishop Gorman (Nev.) and Hamilton (Ariz.) move to No. 4 and No. 5. Orange Lutheran (Calif.) fell in extras in the Southern Section playoffs to newly-ranked Notre Dame (Calif.) and slides to No. 6 while the top two Texas teams, Tompkins and Rockwall-Heath, sit at No. 7 and No. 8. Calvary Christian (Fla.) fell in a rematch with Berkeley Prep and slips to No. 9 while Providence (N.C.) joins the top-10 for the first time as they now sit at 29-0 on the year.

Plenty of ranked teams have signature matchups this week and it is coast-to-coast with them. California’s Southern Section playoffs is down to four teams, all of which are ranked within our National Top 50. JSerra (Calif.), now up to No. 12, takes on No. 21 Villa Park (Calif.), while No. 33 Huntington Beach (Calif.) takes on newly-ranked No. 49 Notre Dame (Calif.). In Alabama, we’ve reached the state playoff rounds and the 7A title series will be a rematch of one of our PG High School Showdown championships as No. 30 Central Phenix (Ala.) takes on No. 39 Hewitt-Trussville (Ala.) while No. 11 Hartselle (Ala.) is playing for the 6A title. No. 38 Reno (Nev.) matches up with No. 4 Bishop Gorman (Nev.) in the state semifinals in Nevada, and so many more teams around the Southeast are just a few wins away from taking home their own state titles.
11Marjory Stoneman DouglasParklandFL
22Orchard Lake St. Marys PrepOrchard LakeMI
33IMG AcademyBradentonFL
46Bishop GormanLas VegasNV
64Orange LutheranOrangeCA
78Obra D. TompkinsKatyTX
95Calvary ChristianClearwaterFL
1215J SerraSan Juan CapistranoCA
1412Combine AcademyLincolntonNC
1510Houston CountyWarner RobinsGA
1611Alfred M. BarbeLake CharlesLA
1718Don Bosco PrepRamseyNJ
1825Berkeley PreparatoryTampaFL
1919Jackson PreparatoryJacksonMS
2020The First AcademyOrlandoFL
2121Villa ParkVilla ParkCA
2222Lake TravisAustinTX
2424St. John's Country DayOrange ParkFL
2533North OconeeBogartGA
2631Brother RiceChicagoIL
2829Southlake CarrollSouthlakeTX
3036Phenix City CentralPhenix CityAL
3142Tampa JesuitTampaFL
3232Northwest RankinFlowoodMS
3334Huntington BeachHuntington BeachCA
3439Archbishop MoellerCincinnatiOH
4026American HeritagePlantationFL
4135Harvard-WestlakeLos AngelesCA
new 48 West MonroeWest MonroeLA
new 49 Notre DameSherman OaksCA
new 50 Mt Paran ChristianKennesawGA
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