Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Cross Country State Polls 9/24

The latest cross country state polls are out and once again Section II is well represented with a total of 23 teams ranked-seven boys and 16 girls teams.
The Shenendehowa boys and girls came away with a split at the Bowdoin Classic in Wappinger Falls last weekend with the girls placing first and the boys taking second.
The Burnt Hills boys team is ranked first while the girls have the second spot in Class A. Queensbury also has both its girls and boys teams ranked with the girls at the top spot and boys third.
Lansingburgh breaks into the top 20 on the girls side at No. 14 in Class B.
The Queensbury XC Classic heads up the local invitationals this weekend with the Grout set for OCT. 4.
2008 NYSSWA rankings (through Sept. 21)
Boys
Class AA
1. Arlington-1
2. Fayetteville-Manlius-3
3. Shenendehowa-2
4. Baldwinsville-3
5. North Rockland-1
6. Suffern-9
7. Smithtown-11
8. Liverpool-3
9. Northport-11
10. Ithaca-4
11. Monsignor Farrell-CHSAA
12. Warwick Valley-9
13. McKee/Staten Island Tech-PSAL
14. St. Anthony's-CHSAA
15. West Genesee-3
16. Cicero-North Syracuse-3
17. Chaminade-CHSAA
18. Washingtonville-9
19. Kellenberg Memorial-CHSAA
20. Monroe-Woodbury-9

Class A
1. Burnt Hills-2

2. Wantagh-8
3. Queensbury-2
4. Brighton-5
5. Pittsford Mendon-5
6. Jamesville-Dewitt-3
7. Fox Lane-1
8. Niskayuna-2
9. McQuaid-5
10. East Syracuse-Minoa-3
11. Union-Endicott-4
12. Horace Greeley-1
13. Somers-1
14. Half Hollow Hills West-11
15. Kings Park-11

Class B
1. Shoreham-Wading River-11
2. Honeoye Falls-Lima-5
3. East Aurora-6
4. Westhill-3
5. Pearl River-1
6. Windsor-4
7. Byram Hills-1
8. Ichabod Crane-2
9. Red Hook-9
10. Canton-10
11. New Hartford-3
12. Maine-Endwell-4
13. Marcellus-3
14. Plattsburgh-7
15. North Shore-8

Class C
1. Newark Valley-4
2. Voorheesville-2
3. Gowanda-6
4. Canastota-3
5. Bronxville-1
6. Rhinebeck-9
7. Holland Patent-3
8. Irvington-1
9. Jordan-Elbridge-3
10. Fredonia-6

Class D
1. Beaver River-3
2. Oakfield-Alabama-5
3. Barker-6
4. Stony Brook-11
5. Fabius-Pompey-3
6. Norwood-Norfolk-10
7. Maple Grove-6
8. Schenectady Christian-2
9. Pavilion-5
10. Seton Catholic-7

Girls
2008 NYSSWA rankings (through Sept. 21)
Class AA
1. Fayetteville-Manlius-3
2. Saratoga-2
3. Arlington-1
4. Shenendehowa-2
5. Suffern-1
6. Cicero-North Syracuse-3
7. Northport-11
8. Bayshore-11
9. Warwick-9
10. St. John the Baptist-CHSAA
11. Guilderland-2
12. Washingtonville-9
13. Baldwinsville-3
14. Ward Melville-11
15. Shaker-2
16. Monroe-Woodbury-9
17. Colonie-2
18. Ithaca-4
19. North Rockland-1
20. Corning-4
21. West Seneca West-6
22. West Genesee-3
23. Longwood-11
24. Valley Central-9
25. Mahopac-1
Class A
1. Queensbury-2
2. Burnt Hills-2
3. Pittsford Mendon-5
4. Cornwall-9
5. Holy Names-2
6. Ursuline-1
7. Monticello-9
8. Canandaigua-5
9. St. John Villa-CHSAA
10. Vestal-4
11. Mercy-5
12. Brighton-5
13. Brewster-1
14. Kings Park-11
15. Mexico-3
16. Elmira Southside-4
17. Mepham-8
18. Chenango Forks-4
19. Scotia-Glenville-2
20. Whitesboro-3

Class B
1. East Aurora-6
2. Maine-Endwell-4
3. Pearl River-1
4. North Shore-8
5. Broadalbin-Perth-2
6. Geneva-5
7. Honeoye Falls-Lima-5
8. Westhill-3
9. Cobelskill-Richmond-2
10. Vernon-Verona-Sherrill-3
11. Mount Sinai-11
12. New Paltz-9
13. Shoreham-Wading River-11
14. Lansingburgh-2
15. Owego-4
16. Johnson City-4
17. Somers JFK-1
18. Onteora-9
19. Nanuet-1
20. Marcellus-3

Class C
1. Bronxville-1
2. Tully-3
3. Newark Valley-4
4. Rhinebeck-9
5. Canton-10
6. Voorheesville-2
7. Pulaski-3
8. Skaneateles-3
9. Berne-Knox-Westerlo-2
10. Fredonia-6
11. Irvington-1
12. Tri-Valley-9
13. Millbrook-9
14. Canastota-3
15. Clinton-3
16. Mynderse-5
17. Pawling-9
18. Cazenovia-3
19. Sullivan West-9
20. Hastings-1

Class D
1. Geneseo-5
2. Greenwich-2
3. Maple Grove-6
4. Oakfield-Alabama-5
5. Arkport-5
6. Beaver River-3
7. Coleman Catholic-9
8. Delhi-4
9. Elmira Heights Edison-4
10. Duanesburg-2
11. Marion-5
12. Wheatland-Chili-5
13. Weedsport-3
14. Mount Morris-5
15. Pavilion-5

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