National Prep Football Poll - Week 11

National Prep Football Poll - Week 11

Miami Northwestern leads the Florida contingent in this week's National Football Poll. The Bulls are recognized along with Palm Bay, Miami Carol City and Daytona Beach Mainland.

The National Prep Football Poll is compiled by high school sports experts Jamie DeMoney and Jeremy Plowman and a panel of sportswriters. The national Top 25 and regional Top 10's follow with won-loss-tie records:

#1. Concord, Calif., De La Salle (7-0-0), win streak now 145 games with nationally televised victory

#2. Tulsa, Okla., Union (8-0-0), won 22 straight games

#3. Charlotte, N.C., Independence (10-0-0), fourth straight unbeaten regular season

#4. Ramsey, N.J., Don Bosco (6-0-0), next up is state-No. 2 Montvale, St. Joseph

#5. Warren, Ohio, Warren G. Harding (10-0-0), completed second consecutive undefeated regular season

#6. Miami, Northwestern (8-0-0), stifled then-No. 7 Miami Carol City, 19-0

#7. Melbourne, Fla., Palm Bay (8-0-0), whipped state-ranked Cocoa, 42-10


#8. Mission Viejo, Calif. (7-0-0), unbeaten since 2000

#9. Galena Park, Texas, North Shore (8-0-0), not allowed over 7 points in a game this season

#10. Duncan, S.C., Byrnes (9-0-0), WR Jomar Wright over 1,000 yards on season

#11. Lansdale, Pa., North Penn (9-0-0), closes regular season with perennial power Central Bucks West

#12. Ennis, Texas (8-0-0), average margin of victory is 53 points

#13. Mesa, Ariz., Mountain View (8-0-0), on 22-game win streak

#14. Kingsland, Ga., Camden County (7-0-0), 17 points allowed in seven games

#15. Tyler, Texas, Lee (7-1-0), handed then-No. 4 Lufkin its first loss

#16. Mentor, Ohio (10-0-0), outscored foes 467-52 this season

#17. Nashville, Tenn., Montgomery Bell (9-0-0), closes regular season with state-ranked Brentwood Academy

#18. Mundelein, Ill., Carmel (9-0-0), thrashed state-ranked Joliet Catholic, 41-14

#19. Fairfax, Va., Robinson (8-0-0), outscoring foes by an average of 44-5

#20. Mechanicsburg, Pa., Cumberland Valley (9-0-0), led by Penn State recruit Dan Lawlor

#21. Philadelphia, Saint Joseph's Prep (9-0-0), winning streak at 32 games

#22. Blue Springs, Mo. (8-0-0), nipped regionally ranked Kansas City, Oak Park, 23-22

#23. Rockingham, N.C., Richmond County (10-0-0), seeks first state title since winning consecutive crowns in 1997-98

#24. Everett, Mass. (6-0-0), back-to-back Eastern Mass. Division I Super Bowl champ

#25. West Des Moines, Iowa, Valley (8-0-0), reigning Class 4A state titlist

NORTHEAST
#1. Ramsey, N.J., Don Bosco, 6-0-0
#2. Lansdale, Pa., North Penn, 9-0-0
#3. Mechanicsburg, Pa., Cumberland Valley, 9-0-0
#4. Philadelphia, Saint Joseph's Prep, 9-0-0
#5. Everett, Mass., 6-0-0
#6. Pittsburgh, Gateway, 8-1-0
#7. Upper St. Clair, Pa., 9-0-0
#8. Reading, Pa., 9-0-0
#9. Webster, N.Y., Schroeder, 8-0-0
#10. Syracuse, N.Y., Christian Brothers, 8-0-0

EAST COAST
#1. Charlotte, N.C., Independence, 10-0-0
#2. Duncan, S.C., Byrnes, 9-0-0
#3. Fairfax, Va., Robinson, 8-0-0
#4. Rockingham, N.C., Richmond County, 10-0-0
#5. Summerville, S.C., 9-0-0
#6. Virginia Beach, Va., Landstown, 8-0-0
#7. Chantilly, Va., Westfield, 8-0-0
#8. Hampton, Va., 7-0-0
#9. Chesapeake, Va., Western Branch, 7-0-0
#10. Hyattsville, Md., DeMatha, 8-0-0

SOUTHEAST
#1. Miami, Northwestern, 8-0-0
#2. Melbourne, Fla., Palm Bay, 8-0-0
#3. Kingsland, Ga., Camden County, 7-0-0

#4. Nashville, Tenn., Montgomery Bell, 9-0-0
#5. Miami, Carol City, 7-1-0
#6. Daytona Beach, Fla., Mainland, 7-0-0

#7. Opelika, Ala., 9-0-0
#8. Prattville, Ala., 9-0-0
#9. Danville, Ky., Boyle County, 9-0-0
#10. Batesville, Miss., South Panola, 9-0-0

MIDWEST
#1. Warren, Ohio, Warren G. Harding, 10-0-0
#2. Mentor, Ohio, 10-0-0
#3. Mundelein, Ill., Carmel, 9-0-0
#4. Cincinnati, Colerain, 10-0-0
#5. Naperville, Ill., North, 9-0-0
#6. Park Ridge, Ill., Maine South, 9-0-0
#7. Cincinnati, Elder, 9-1-0
#8. Grand Rapids, Mich., East Grand Rapids, 9-0-0
#9. Oak Creek, Wis., 9-0-0
#10. Indianapolis, Ben Davis, 9-1-0

MIDLANDS
#1. Blue Springs, Mo., 8-0-0
#2. West Des Moines, Iowa, Valley, 8-0-0
#3. Omaha, Neb., Millard North, 8-0-0
#4. Kansas City, Mo., Rockhurst, 6-2-0
#5. Denver, Mullen, 9-0-0
#6. Lakeville, Minn., 9-0-0
#7. Louisville, Colo., Monarch, 9-0-0
#8. Blaine, Minn., 8-0-0
#9. Kansas City, Mo., Oak Park, 7-1-0
#10. Eden Prairie, Minn., 8-1-0

SOUTHWEST
#1. Tulsa, Okla., Union, 8-0-0
#2. Galena Park, Texas, North Shore, 8-0-0
#3. Ennis, Texas, 8-0-0
#4. Mesa, Ariz., Mountain View, 8-0-0
#5. Tyler, Texas, Lee, 7-1-0
#6. Lufkin, Texas, 7-1-0
#7. Southlake, Texas, Carroll, 8-0-0
#8. Arlington, Texas, Lamar, 8-0-0
#9. Katy, Texas, 7-1-0
#10. Texarkana, Texas, Texas High, 8-0-0

WEST COAST
#1. Concord, Calif., De La Salle, 7-0-0
#2. Mission Viejo, Calif., 7-0-0
#3. Ventura, Calif., St. Bonaventure, 7-0-0
#4. Westlake Village, Calif., Westlake, 7-0-0
#5. Riverside, Calif., North, 7-0-0
#6. Los Alamitos, Calif., 6-1-0
#7. Kahuku, Hawaii, 9-0-0
#8. San Diego, Marian Catholic, 7-0-0
#9. Orange, Calif., Lutheran, 6-0-0
#10. Issaquah, Wash., 8-0-0

FEATS OF THE WEEK: Running back Mike Hart of Nedrow, N.Y., Onondoga Central is the nation's new all-time leader in touchdowns and scoring. The Michigan recruit has 179 career TDs, one better than the mark set by current N.C. State back T.A. McClendon (Albermarle, N.C.). Hart set the record during a 49-8 Class D playoff rout of Richfield Springs.

Top-ranked and three-time defending Prep Poll champion Concord, Calif., De La Salle expanded its national-record winning streak to 145 games with a convincing 27-10 victory over preseason No. 2-ranked Shreveport, La., Evangel before 7,500 fans in Pleasant Hill, Calif., and a national-television audience watching live on ESPN2. The Spartans opened a 19-3 first-half lead and coasted from there, outgaining the Eagles 388-259 in total yardage. De La Salle has not lost since 1991.

More than 25,000 gathered at Pro Player Stadium to watch Miami, Northwestern roll past Miami, Carol City, 19-0, in a battle of Florida's top two Class 6A teams. The win vaulted the Bulls into the national Top 10 at No. 6 this week.

Keenesburg, Weld Central running back Kyle Bell became Colorado's all-time leading rusher during a 33-13 loss to Brush. Bell's 7,806 yards topped the previous record held by current Southern Cal running back LenDale White (Chatfield).

Copyright 2003 World Features Syndicate, Inc.

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