Wednesday, December 19, 2012 2012 Team and Individual Rankings

by Jeff Fisher
NHSCA Sports Hour 
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If you listened to our interviews with co-founder David Taylor throughout the 2012 season, you know that it was one of the best ever.

Today we take a look at the final team and individual rankings from XCnation.  

Arcadia High (California) is the boys' Division I national champs while Perham High School (Minnesota) takes the Division II title.

On the girls' side of the equation, we have a split title with Fayetteville Manlius (New York) grabbing a share of the Division I title with Birmingham Seaholm (Michigan).  Fayetteville Manlius has now won or shared seven straight national championships.  Another New York school, East Aurora, wins the Division II national championship. Boys' National Team Top 10 (Division I & II)

1. Arcadia (California)

2. American Fork (Utah)
3. Highland Milford (Michigan)
4. North Central (Washington)
5. Christian Brothers Academy (New Jersey)
6. Southlake Carroll (Texas)
7. Chantilly (Virginia)
8. Cardinal O'Hara (Pennsylvania)
9. York (Illinois)
10. Kamiakin (Washington)

Boys' Division II Team Top 10

1. Perham (Minnesota)

2. Monticello (Iowa)
3. Tatnall (Delaware)
4. Cathedral (Minnesota)
5. Luling (Texas)
6. Notre Dame (New York)
7. Crean Lutheran (California)
8. Salesian (California)
9. St. Joseph's Notre Dame (California)
10. Flintridge Prep (California)

Girls' National Team Top 10 (Division I & II)

1. (tie) Birmingham Seaholm (Michigan)

1. (tie) Fayetteville Manlius (New York)
3. Grosse Point South (Michigan)
4. Southlake Carroll (Texas)
5. Saline (Michigan)
6. Carmel (Indiana)
7. Great Oak (California)
8. East Aurora (New York)
9. Saratoga Springs (New York)
10. Tatnall (Delaware)

Girls' Division II Team Top 10

1. East Aurora (New York)

2. Tatnall (Delaware)
3. Academy of Holy Names (New York)
4. The Classical Academy (Colorado)
5. Decatur St. Teresa (Illinois)
6. Liberty Center (Ohio)
7. Esko (Minnesota)
8. Mt. Saint Dominic (New Jersey)
9. Mount Saint Mary's Academy (New Jersey)
10. Maple Grove (New York)

Go to to see the entire rankings.

On the individual side: Edward Cheserek of St. Benedict's Prep (New Jersey) finished the season ranked #1 in nation, while junior Sarah Baxter of Simi Valley (California) is the girls' individual champ.

Click here to see the Top 25 individual rankings.

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