Saucony Elite 50 Team Boys Rankings Week 4

Saucony Elite 50 Team Boys | Week 4

Most of the top squads rested their varsity runners after a week of heavy action last week, but a few definitely came out swinging!  Brentwood (TN) won the Great American with an amazing top-3 finish of 2-3-5!  This great effort earned them 99 points for a 71 point victory and their top two snagged berths in the individual rankings as a result.  St. Xavier (KY) joins their namesake from OH in the rankings at #10 after finishing a solid second, well ahead of other ranked squads including Tatnall (DE), O'Hara (PA), Saratoga Springs (NY) and Broughton (NC).  Can you say loaded race!!

Dana Hills (CA) have run impressively over several weeks time and have moved into the rankings at #7.  Hinsdale Catholic and York battled last week in a duel where York got the better of them 23 to 32.  It is certainly going to be exciting watching these two teams battle the rest of the season.

Also looking good this week was Central Catholic (OR), #20 this week, as they dominated a flighted meet over the weekend.  Top-10 squad North Allegheny (PA) also continued to look dominate, winning the Pittsburgh Central Catholic meet with 37 points.

As the season rolls along we will surely see other teams rise up in a bid to become one of the nation's best.

Stay tuned each week as we bring you the Saucony Elite 50 Team Boys every Thursday morning!

Rank School State
1 Christian Brothers Academy NJ
2 Gig Harbor WA
3 York IL
4 Arcadia CA
5 Brentwood TN
6 American Fork UT
7 Dana Hills CA
8 North Allegheny PA
9 West Chester Henderson PA
10 St. Xavier KY
11 Broughton NC
12 Hinsdale Central IL
13 St. Xavier OH
14 North Central WA
15 Tatnall DE
16 Carmel IN
17 Wayzata MN
18 Fayetteville-Manlius NY
19 Liverpool NY
20 Central Catholic OR
21 Cardinal O'Hara PA
22 Saratoga Springs NY
23 O'Fallon IL
24 Don Bosco Prep NJ
25 Columbus North IN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • tonyprepster1 / 11 Months Ago
    York is #3.... talk about it!
  • FSURunner / 11 Months Ago
    These rankings seem a little off. For instance, just over 2 weeks ago - Carmel (IN) & Cincinnati St. Xavier (OH) demolished Louisville St. Xavier (KY)by over a 100 points in a loaded field at the Trinity Valkrie Invitational. Yet in these rankings somehow Louisville St. Xavier is ranked higher just because of a solid performance at Great American. I guess head-to-head victories don't count for much in these rankings.