2004 National Prep Poll – Week 7

Week No. 7

Orlando Edgewater (No. 7), Naples (No. 8) and Seffner Armwood (No. 21) are rated among the top 25 in the nation this week. Miami's Monsignor Pace is also mentioned as one of the best in the south. Madison County and Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna cannot be too far behind these teams!

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. Southlake, Texas, Carroll (4-0-0), 24 straight regular-season wins

#2. Charlotte, N.C., Independence (4-0-0), nation's longest win streak at 66

#3. Cincinnati, Colerain (5-0-0), outscored 3 league foes 164-15

#4. Mission Viejo, Calif. (3-0-0), next up No. 23 Long Beach Poly

#5. Jenks, Okla. (3-0-0), led by Nebraska recruit LB Phillip Dillard

#6. Pittsburgh, Central Catholic (5-0-0), beat state-ranked Penn Hills

#7. Orlando, Fla., Edgewater (2-0-0), coach Bill Gierke is 44-12 at school

#8. Naples, Fla. (3-0-0), won last two games by combined 98-0


#9. Lakewood, Ohio, St. Edward (5-0-0), thumped state-ranked Warren Harding

#10. Bellevue, Wash. (3-0-0), 130 points scored last two games

#11. Hoover, Ala. (4-0-0), blanked state-ranked Tuscaloosa County, 36-0

#12. Ramsey, N.J., Don Bosco (2-0-0), 25 straight wins

#13. Kingsland, Ga., Camden County (5-0-0), win streak at 20

#14. Lockport, Ill. (5-0-0), two-time defending 8A state titlist

#15. Los Angeles, Loyola (3-0-0), allowed only 7 points

#16. Katy, Texas (4-0-0), just 20 losses in past 12 seasons

#17. Joliet, Ill., Catholic (5-0-0), LB Chris Jeske a 4-year starter

#18. Murfreesboro, Tenn., Riverdale (5-0-0), just 2 points allowed last 3 games

#19. Denton, Texas, Ryan (4-0-0), 21 consecutive district wins

#20. Hyattsville, Md., DeMatha (3-0-0), one TD allowed

#21. Seffner, Fla., Armwood (3-0-0), defending 4A state champ

#22. River Ridge, La., John Curtis (4-0-0), 18 state crowns since 1975

#23. Long Beach, Calif., Poly (3-0-0), led by top WR recruit Desean Jackson

#24. Richmond, Va., Varina (4-0-0), QB Davon Morgan 4 TD passes in win

#25. Eden Prairie, Minn. (4-0-0), coach Mike Grant son of NFL Hall-of-Famer Bud Grant

NORTHEAST
#1. Pittsburgh, Central Catholic, 5-0-0
#2. Ramsey, N.J., Don Bosco, 2-0-0
#3. Perkasie, Pa., Pennridge, 4-0-0
#4. Monroeville, Pa., Gateway, 4-1-0
#5. Montvale, N.J., St. Joseph Regional, 3-0-0
#6. New Rochelle, N.Y., 4-0-0
#7. Athol Springs, N.Y., St. Francis, 4-0-0
#8. Ridgewood, N.J., 3-0-0
#9. Everett, Mass., 2-0-0
#10. New Britain, Conn., 2-0-0

EAST COAST
#1. Charlotte, N.C., Independence, 4-0-0
#2. Hyattsville, Md., DeMatha, 3-0-0
#3. Richmond, Va., Varina, 4-0-0
#4. Conway, S.C., 5-0-0
#5. Chesapeake, Va., Oscar Smith, 3-0-0
#6. Hampton, Va., Phoebus, 3-0-0
#7. Wheaton, Md., Good Counsel, 4-0-0
#8. Rock Hill, S.C., 4-0-0
#9. New Bern, N.C., 4-0-0
#10. Durham, N.C., Southern, 4-0-0

SOUTHEAST
#1. Orlando, Fla., Edgewater, 2-0-0
#2. Naples, Fla., 3-0-0

#3. Hoover, Ala., 4-0-0
#4. Kingsland, Ga., Camden County, 5-0-0
#5. Murfreesboro, Tenn., Riverdale, 5-0-0
#6. Seffner, Fla., Armwood, 3-0-0
#7. River Ridge, La., John Curtis, 4-0-0
#8. LaGrange, Ga., 5-0-0
#9. Boutte, La., Hahnville, 4-0-0
#10. Miami, Monsignor Pace, 2-0-0

MIDWEST
#1. Cincinnati, Colerain, 5-0-0
#2. Lakewood, Ohio, St. Edward, 5-0-0
#3. Lockport, Ill., 5-0-0
#4. Joliet, Ill., Joliet Catholic, 5-0-0
#5. Indianapolis, Warren Central, 6-0-0
#6. Cincinnati, St. Xavier, 4-1-0
#7. Park Ridge, Ill., Maine South, 5-0-0
#8. Avon Lake, Ohio, 5-0-0
#9. Schofield, Wis., D.C. Everest, 5-0-0
#10. Lowell, Mich., 5-0-0

MIDLANDS
#1. Eden Prairie, Minn., 4-0-0
#2. Columbia, Mo., Hickman, 3-1-0
#3. Kansas City, Mo., Rockhurst, 2-1-0
#4. Blue Springs, Mo., 3-1-0
#5. Olathe, Kan., North, 4-0-0
#6. Bettendorf, Iowa, 4-0-0
#7. Plymouth, Minn., Wayzata, 4-0-0
#8. Englewood, Colo., Cherry Creek, 4-0-0
#9. Omaha, Neb., Westside, 4-0-0
#10. Layton, Utah, Northridge, 6-0-0

SOUTHWEST
#1. Southlake, Texas, Carroll, 4-0-0
#2. Jenks, Okla., 3-0-0
#3. Katy, Texas, 4-0-0
#4. Denton, Texas, Ryan, 4-0-0
#5. Lufkin, Texas, 4-0-0
#6. Galena Park, Texas, North Shore, 4-0-0
#7. Little Rock, Ark., Central, 4-0-0
#8. Longview, Texas, 5-0-0
#9. Chandler, Ariz., Hamilton, 4-0-0
#10. Tulsa, Okla., Union, 3-1-0

WEST COAST
#1. Mission Viejo, Calif., 3-0-0
#2. Bellevue, Wash., 3-0-0
#3. Los Angeles, Loyola, 3-0-0
#4. Long Beach, Calif., Poly, 3-0-0
#5. Pasco, Wash., 4-0-0
#6. Clovis, Calif., East, 3-1-0
#7. Lakewood, Calif., 3-0-0
#8. Sherman Oaks, Calif., Notre Dame, 3-0-0
#9. San Jose, Calif., Valley Christian, 3-0-0
#10. Huntington Beach, Calif., Edison, 4-0-0

FEATS OF THE WEEK: Jonathan Stewart of Lacey, Timberline became the all-time leading rusher in Washington state history in a 54-0 rout of Yelm. Stewart, a senior who is rated the No. 1 RB prospect in the country by TheInsiders.com, now has 6,275 yards for his prep career.

No. 9 Lakewood, Ohio, St. Edward vaulted into the Top 10 with 45-12 win at then-regionally ranked Warren, Ohio, Harding. More than 12,000 fans watched as the Eagles snapped the Raiders' 32-game home winning streak.

Senior Justin King of regionally ranked Monroeville, Pa., Gateway rushed for 331 yards and 7 TDs on only 15 carries in a 62-0 runaway over Latrobe.

Four-time defending National Prep Poll champ Concord, Calif., De La Salle, which began the year with 151 straight wins, finally earned win No. 1 this season by whipping San Jose, Mitty, 49-0. The Spartans are now 1-2-1 and will host No. 4 Mission Viejo on Oct. 9.

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