A big week of showcases, invitationals, and rivalry games help spark a series of changes in the state and regional rankings this week.
Four of the seven boys regions saw changes at the top of the table while Carlsbad (N.M.) is the lone new regional No. 1 in girls soccer.
Noblesville (Ind.) returns to the top spot in the boys Mid-East rankings this week. Arapahoe (Colo.), Wayzata (Minn.), and William Hall (Conn.) also debut at No. 1 this week on the boys side.
For the regional rankings, VISIT THE FULL RANKINGS PAGE (Note: The Top 25 rankings are updated on Tuesdays).
The state rankings also are updated. In order to view the state rankings, visit that state’s home page and select boys or girls rankings.
New State No. 1s this week are BOYS – Arapahoe (Colo.), B-C Morton (Ill.), Nashua South (N.H.), SLUH (Mo.), William Hall (Conn.); GIRLS – Bishop O’Connell (Va.) and Roosevelt (Wash.).