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High School | Rankings | 5/7/2019

National HS Top 50: May 7

Vincent Cervino        
Photo: Jonathan French (Perfect Game)

National High School Top 50: April 30
There's not a lot of movement in this week's Top 50, as the majority of the top 15 teams in the country hold place with only four new teams entering the overall rankings. Much of the Southeast will be wrapping up their seasons over the next two weeks as most are in their quarterfinal or semifinal rounds presently. IMG Academy (Fla.) finished their season with only one loss and the rest of the state of Florida will begin postseason play this week.  

Orange Lutheran (Calif.) remains the top-ranked team out West at No. 2 as the CIF playoffs begin this week. Argyle (Texas) remains at No. 3 and Texas is in the middle of their Regional rounds of the postseason. Blanchard (Okla.) turned in a very impressive feat at No. 6 finishing the year undefeated as they will look to keep that streak alive as they make the run toward a state title. Parkview (Ga.), DeSoto Central (Miss.) and Barbe (La.) all look poised to head to a state championship as all three schools are on the back-end stages of a state tournament run. 

New teams to the HS Top 50 include American Heritage Delray (Fla.) at No. 40, Silo (Okla.) at No. 46, Spruce Creek (Fla.) at No. 48 and Cherry Hill West (N.J.) at No. 50. Heritage Delray just capped off an impressive 22-2 regular season while Silo currently sits without a loss on the regular season. Spruce Creek also finished off a solid regular season led by standout junior Zac Veen and Cherry Hill West looks to be a surprise out of New Jersey with a 14-1 record to start the season. 

The HS Top 50 will return two weeks from now as we believe it's best for a lot of these state tournaments to play out to some extent. That means when we return there will likely be significant change in both directions with a good bet that there will be a high amount of turnover. We'll keep our eyes glued to state tournament races throughout the country and with our final edition of the rankings (in mid-June) we will also release our state-by-state High School Players of the Year. If you have recommendations for those individual honors please email Vincent Cervino at

11IMG AcademyBradentonFL
22Orange LutheranOrangeCA
55Colleyville HeritageColleyvilleTX
99DeSoto CentralSouthavenMS
1110Alfred M. BarbeLake CharlesLA
1212Cypress RanchCypressTX
1313Lake TravisAustinTX
1519De La SalleConcordCA
1616Harvard-WestlakeLos AngelesCA
1717New HanoverWilmingtonNC
1818Sam HoustonLake CharlesLA
1920The BollesJacksonvilleFL
2021Notre DameSherman OaksCA
2228JW MitchellTrinityFL
2423Valley Christian SchoolsSan JoseCA
2625St. LaurenceBurbankIL
2936Blessed Trinity CathRoswellGA
3137Aliso NiguelAliso ViejoCA
3239The WoodlandsThe WoodlandsTX
3340St. Thomas AquinasFort LauderdaleFL
3643Calvary Christian AcademyFort LauderdaleFL
3734St. Rita Of CasciaChicagoIL
3944North GwinnettSuwaneeGA
new 40 American Heritage Delray BeachDelray BeachFL
4246St IgnatiusClevelandOH
4347Mountain VistaHighlands RanchCO
4532Malvern PreparatoryMalvernPA
new 46 SiloDurantOK
new 48 Spruce CreekPort OrangeFL
4938A. Crawford MosleyLynn HavenFL
new 50 Cherry Hill WestCherry HillNJ
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