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2015 Boys HS Club Rankings Week 1

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2015 Boys HS Club Rankings Week 1

Cathedral and Santa Monica at the top, for now. Newkphoto.

Goff Rugby Report brings you the opening Boys HS Club rankings of the 2014-2015 season. Yes some teams in Southern California have started plaiyng already, as have one or two other teams, but this ranking still serves as the de-facto pre-season rankings.

Three-time HS Club champs Cathedral remain on top, and the team that faced them in the last final, Santa Monica, is #2. Danville is a very strong #3, and they could well bounce up to #1 in a very competitive NorCal league.

Among the teams that moved up from the end of last year are United, who we think will be more consistent this year, and Peninsula Green, which is a team with all sorts of oung talent. Meanwhile, it remains to be seen which of the teams in Washington will move to the fore, so Seattle and Liberty are relatively low. Alpharetta Phoenix already has some impressive wins under their belt, and come in at #20.

This ranking will expand as more teams play, and will end with a Top 50 in May.

 

Goff Rugby Report Boys HS Club Rankings Beginning of 2015
RankTeamNotes
1Cathedral (Ind.)Until they get knocked off the tower
2Santa Monica (Calif.)Strong group of good players returning.
3Danville Oaks (Calif.)Most of a young team that came very close to NIT win is back
4San Diego Mustangs (Calif.)Top players from strong varsity programs migrating to Mustangs
5Kansas City Jr. Blues (Mo.)Have been consistently strong
6United (Utah)Returning a lot of good players
7Hayward (Calif.)Lost some strong leaders
8Colorado Springs (Colo.)Holding steady
9Red Mountain (Ariz.)Solid group of returning players, good depth
10Peninsula Green (Calif.)Great young players
11Brother Rice (Ill.) 
12Naples (Fla.) 
13Sierra Foothills (Calif.) 
14Union (Okla.) 
15West Shore United (Pa.) 
16Union County (NJ) 
17Seattle (Wash.) 
18Liberty (Wash.) 
19Clark County (Ore.) 
20Alpharretta Phoenix (Ga.)