Durham Jordan keeps the top spot in The News & Observer high school boys soccer rankings. Undefeated Fuquay-Varina and Millbrook are Nos. 2 and 3.
Eurosportsscoreboard.com has even more Triangle-area teams ranked this week than the last. Here's how each of the five classifications break down:
This week's statewide soccer rankings are littered with Triangle-area teams.
Two local rising seniors, Millbrook's Spencer LaCivita and Durham Jordan's Ted Mullin, are both ranked among the nation's best high school soccer players on ESPN RISE.
DURHAM — Defense has been Southern Durham’s calling card all season, and the unit was dialed up to save the night again Friday.
Led by sophomore defensive end Sherman Ragland III, who had a key strip
and fumble recovery, the Spartans defense twice protected a tenuous
lead late in the fourth quarter to preserve a 26-20 victory over Durham
“It’s a great win, and we have the snowball effect rolling,” said
Southern coach Adrian Jones, whose team has reeled off five straight
victories after starting the season 0-2. “Guys are getting confidence,
and we just have to keep playing hard.”
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The Knightdale at Durham Jordan football game has been postponed because of a wet field. The game is scheduled for Monday at 6:30 p.m.
Millbrook is the obvious choice for No. 1 in the N&O poll, but who should be No. 2?
Wake Forest-Rolesville and Millbrook remain Nos. 1 and 2.