The state soccer rankings are listed below in the four NCHSAA classifications and the NCISAA's independent schools:
- Jordan (11-0-0) is still ranked second in the state behind defending champ Greensboro Page.
- Fuquay-Varina (11-0-0) moved up a spot to No. 3 in the state. The Bengals did allow a goal this week to Athens Drive, the first goal allowed this year.
- Millbrook (10-0-2) moves up to No. 6 after a big 4-1 win over Leesville Road.
- East Chapel Hill (8-1-2) slid up three spots to 10th.
- Leesville Road (9-2-1) moved down to No. 11 after losing to Millbrook and a 2-2 tie with Chapel Hill.
- Athens Drive (10-2-1) lost 2-1 to Fuquay-Varina and defeated Apex 4-2. That keeps them in 12th.
- Apex moved into the rankings this wee at No. 14 after a 1-0 win over Green Hope
- No. 15 Green Hope (8-4-0) is in danger of falling out of the top 10 4-A after a loss to Apex.
- Broughton and Sanderson are in the "others receiving votes" category.
- Cardinal Gibbons (8-1-1) is now 4th in the state after a 4-0 shutout of Wilmington Hoggard.
- Carolina-6 Conference foe Chapel Hill (7-4-1) is now 6th in the state after going winless on the week with a tie to Leesville and 2-1 loss to East Chapel Hill.
- Orange (10-1-0) was upset 1-0 by Northern Durham for its first loss of the season. The Panthers are now 12th.
- Southern Lee of the Cape Fear Valley Conference is in the "others receiving votes."
- Carrboro (10-2-1), of the Carolina-9 Conference, is 9th for the third straight week.
- Durham School of the Arts (4-3-1), also of the Carolina-9, stays in 11th after tying Carrboro 2-2 and losing to N.C. Science & Math.
- Chatham County's Jordan-Matthews (Siler City) is in 13th at 6-2-2.
- The Carolina-9 Conference also has 1-A schools, and two of those are ranked as well.
- Durham's N.C. School of Science & Math (8-0-0) moved up to 3rd and remains unbeaten and untied.
- Raleigh Charter (7-3-1) moved down a spot to 6th after an upset loss to Northwood.
- North Raleigh Christian Academy (10-3-1) knocked off two conference opponents to move up a spot to No. 4. NRCA remains the top-ranked independent school in the area.
- Cary Academy (6-4-2), which like NRCA plays in the TISAC, moved up one spot to 9th after a 5-0 shutout of Ravenscroft.
- St. David's (9-4-1) moved up to No. 10.
- Cary Christian is 11-1-1 and 11th in the state.
- Ravenscroft (Durham) Carolina Friends and Durham Academy are in the "others receiving votes."