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After a lot of great playoff games, this is the way things look now.

1.       Bellflower (CA) St. John Bosco (12-1)

2.       Santa Ana (CA) Mater Dei (12-1)

3.       Las Vegas (NV) Bishop Gorman (13-1)

4.       Miami (FL) Central (12-0)

5.       Fort Lauderdale (FL) St. Thomas Aquinas (12-0)

6.       Austin (TX) Westlake (12-0)

7.       Hollywood (FL) Chaminade-Madonna (11-0)

8.       Bradenton (FL) IMG Academy (8-1)

9.       Nashville (TN) Lipscomb Academy (12-0)

10.   Houston (TX) North Shore (13-0)

11.   Plantation (FL) American Heritage (11-1)

12.   Duncanville (TX) (12-0)

13.   Fairburn (GA) Langston Hughes (14-0)

14.   Denton (TX) Guyer (12-0)

15.   Katy (TX) (13-0)

16.   Baltimore (MD) St. Francis Academy (8-1)

17.   Southlake (TX) Carroll (13-0)

18.   Hochston (GA) Mill Creek (12-1)

19.   Miami (FL) Columbus (12-1)

20.   Lakewood (OH) St. Edward (14-1)

21.   Buford (GA) (11-1)

22.   Philadelphia (PA) St. Joseph Prep (10-1)

23.   Norman Park (GA) Colquitt County (13-0)

24.   San Mateo (CA) Serra (13-0)

25.   Irmo (SC) Dutch Fork (13-1)

26.   Lakeland (FL) (12-0)

27.   ­Peoria (AZ) Liberty (11-0)

28.   Baton Rouge (LA) Catholic (10-1)

29.   Cincinnati (OH) Archbishop Moeller (13-2)  

30.   Longview (TX) (13-0)

31.   Kahuku (HI) (12-2)

32.   Belleville (MI) (14-0)

33.   Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha (10-2)

34.   Fort Lauderdale (FL) Cardinal Gibbons (11-2)  

35.   Mission Viejo (CA) (10-2)

36.   Humble (TX) Atascocita (11-2)

37.   Folsom (CA) (12-1)

38.   Chicago (IL) Mt. Carmel (14-0)

39.   Corona (CA) Centennial (9-2)

40.   Nashville (TN) Montgomery Bell Academy (12-0)

41.   West Chester (OH) Lakota West (13-1)  

42.   Akron (OH) Archbishop Hoban (13-1)

43.   Oradell (NJ) Bergen Catholic (11-1)

44.   Chandler (AZ) Basha (10-1)

45.   East St. Louis (IL) (12-2)

46.   Long Beach (CA) Poly (10-1)

47.   Ellenwood (GA) Cedar Grove (10-2)

48.   Lehi (UT) (14-0)

49.   St. Louis (MO) Christian Brothers (13-1)

50.   Wilmette (IL) Loyola Academy (13-1)

51.   Highland Springs (VA) (13-0)

52.   Destrehan (LA) (12-0)

53.   Murfreesboro (TN) Oakland (13-1)

54.   Warren (MI) De LaSalle Collegiate (13-1)

55.   Orlando (FL) Jones (11-2)

56.   New Orleans (LA) Edna Karr (7-4)

57.   Bryant (AR) (11-0)

58.   DeSoto (TX) (11-2)

59.   Alabaster (AL) Thompson (10-3)

60.   Hampton (VA) Phoebus (12-0)

61.   Orlando (FL) Edgewater (11-1)

62.   Severn (MD) Archbishop Spalding (11-1)

63.   Houston (TX) Westfield (12-1)

64.   Sammamish (WA) Eastside Catholic (12-0)

65.   Prosper (TX) (12-1)

66.   Bixby (OK) (11-1)

67.   Zachary (LA) (10-2)

68.   Concord (CA) De LaSalle (9-3)

69.   Picayune (MS) (14-0)

70.   Knoxville (TN) West (14-0)

71.   Dallas (TX) Parish Episcopal (12-1)

72.   Florence (SC) South Florence (14-0)

73.   Lehi (UT) Skybridge (13-1)

74.   Inglewood (CA) (13-1)

75.   Auburn (AL) (12-1)

76.   Washington (DC) St. Johns (8-4)

77.   Chandler (AZ) Hamilton (9-2)

78.   Greensboro (NC) Grimsley (14-0)

79.   Roswell (GA) (12-1)

80.   Olney (MD) Our Lady of Good Counsel (8-3)

81.   Los Alamitos (CA) (9-3)

82.   Carrollton (GA) (13-0)

83.   Ramsay (NJ) Don Bosco Prep (9-3)

84.   Pittsburg (CA) (10-2)

85.   Hoover (AL) (11-2)

86.   Liberty (MO) North (12-1)

87.   Franklin (IL) Lincoln-Way East (13-1)

88.   Greenwood (IN) Center Grove (12-2)

89.   Lexington (KY) Frederick Douglas (13-0)

90.   Draper (UT) Corner Canyon (11-3)

91.   Cibolo (TX) Steele (11-1)

92.   Starkville (MS) (11-3)

93.   Lewisville (TX) (13-1)

94.   Melville (NY) St. Anthony’s (10-1)

95.   Springfield (OH) (13-1)

96.   Louisville (KY) Male (10-4)

97.   Homestead (FL) (10-2)

98.   Brandon (MS) (12-1)

99.   Scottsdale (AZ) Saguaro (8-3)

100.   Arlington (TX) Martin (10-2)

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#20 Lakewood (OH) St. Edward defeats Springfield, 28-14, to win the Ohio Div. 1 title. That gives the Eagles rings for 2010, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2021 and 2022. If there was any doubt before, it’s now clear that the mighty, mighty Eagles have surpassed St. X, Elder, St. Ignatius, Moeller, and the rest as Ohio’s premier program. As always, it’s a great day to be an Eagle!

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5 hours ago, Bobref said:

#20 Lakewood (OH) St. Edward defeats Springfield, 28-14, to win the Ohio Div. 1 title. That gives the Eagles rings for 2010, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2021 and 2022. If there was any doubt before, it’s now clear that the mighty, mighty Eagles have surpassed St. X, Elder, St. Ignatius, Moeller, and the rest as Ohio’s premier program. As always, it’s a great day to be an Eagle!

Only 4 more to go to surpass the number of State Championships Moeller has and 6 more to surpass St. Ignatius.

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17 hours ago, Bobref said:

#20 Lakewood (OH) St. Edward defeats Springfield, 28-14, to win the Ohio Div. 1 title. That gives the Eagles rings for 2010, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2021 and 2022. If there was any doubt before, it’s now clear that the mighty, mighty Eagles have surpassed St. X, Elder, St. Ignatius, Moeller, and the rest as Ohio’s premier program. As always, it’s a great day to be an Eagle!

Rumor has it that they will be on CG’s schedule starting next season.

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2 minutes ago, HomeCookin said:

Rumor has it that they will be on CG’s schedule starting next season.

I would buy a ticket to see that. For what it’s worth, Calpreps:

PROJECT A MATCHUP
neutral field
[2022] St. Edward (Lakewood, OH) 31 (87%), [2022] Center Grove (Greenwood, IN) 14 (13%)

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