S.C. high school soccer, tennis rankings

April 29, 2010 

SC High School Soccer Coaches Association poll

BOYS

Class 4A

1. Irmo

2. Northwestern

3. Wando

4. West Ashley

5. Mauldin

6. Lexington

7. White Knoll

8. Fort Dorchester

9. Summerville

10. Spring Valley

Class 3A

1. Riverside

2. J.L. Mann

3. North Myrtle Beach

4. Chapin

5. Airport

6. Brookland-Cayce

7. South Aiken

8. Eastside

9. Greenville

10. Wade Hampton (G)

Class 2A

1. Bishop England

2. Waccamaw

3. Ashley Ridge

4. Emerald

5. Dillon

6. Batesburg-Leesville

7. Hanahan

8. Gilbert

9. Barnwell

10. Walhalla

Class A

1. Southside Christian

2. Christ Church

3. Academic Magnet

4. Ninety Six

5. Indian Land

SCISA

1. Cardinal Newman

2. Pinewood Prep

3. Hammond

4. Porter-Gaud

5. Heathwood Hall

6. King's Academy

7. Thomas Sumter

8. St. Joseph's

9. Florence Christian

10. Wilson Hall

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GIRLS

Class 4A

1. Wando

2. Mauldin

3. T.L. Hanna

4. Dorman

5. Fort Mill

6. Spring Valley

7. Clover

8. Lexington

9. Dutch Fork

10. White Knoll

Class 3A

1. Riverside

2. South Aiken

3. Eastside

4. Brookland-Cayce

5. Greenville

6. Hilton Head Island

7. Chapin

8. J.L. Mann

9. Airport

10. Dreher

Class A/2A

1. Waccamaw

2. Woodruff

3. Christ Church

4. Bishop England

5. Academic Magnet

6. Gilbert

7. Ashley Ridge

8. Barnwell

9. Walhalla

10. Hanahan

SCISA

1. Pinewood Prep

2. Cardinal Newman

3. Hilton Head Prep

4. Heathwood Hall

5. St. Joseph's

SC Tennis Coaches Association poll

Class 4A

1. Spring Valley

2. Lexington

3. Dorman

4. Mauldin

5. Irmo

6. Spartanburg

7. Dutch Fork

8. West Florence

9. T.L. Hanna

10. Wando

Class 3A

1. Myrtle Beach

2. Camden

3. Travelers Rest

4. Riverside

5. South Aiken

6. Hilton Head

7. Clinton

9. Daniel

10. J.L Mann

Class A/2A

1. Waccamaw

2. Bishop England

3. Christ Church

4. Southside Christian

5. Emerald

6. Southside

7. Emerald

8. Woodruff

9. Newberry

10. Barnwell

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