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October 24, 2014 at 9:40 AM

Tumwater, Sedro-Woolley jump into national rankings

Tumwater and Sedro-Woolley have catapulted into the No. 4 and No. 6 spots, respectively, of the MaxPreps Small Schools National Rankings. Both were previously left out of the initial release of the rankings, which came out before the season started in August.

Small schools are defined by MaxPreps as those in classifications that generally include schools with enrollments of less than of 1,000 students. Tumwater has held the No. 1 spot in the 2A rankings for two weeks, while Sedro-Woolley sits at 7-0 and No. 6, with a showdown looming against No. 3 Lynden.

1. (11) Marion Local (Maria Stein, Ohio), 8-0, 56.8

2. (NR) American Heritage (Delray Beach, Fla.), 5-1, 53.6

3. (NR) El Capitan (Lakeside, Calif.), 7-0, 53.2

4. (NR) Tumwater (Wash.), 7-0, 53.0

5. (1) Trinity Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.), 4-2, 52.2

6. (NR) Sedro-Woolley (Wash.), 7-0, 51.8

7. (15) St. Joseph (Hammonton, N.J.), 6-0, 51.4

8. (NR) Calvary Baptist (Shreveport, La.), 6-1, 51.0

9. (2) Coldwater (Ohio), 7-1, 49.9

10. (NR) Paso Robles (Calif.), 8-0, 48.5

11. (NR) Muskegon Catholic Central (Mich.), 8-0, 48.5

12. (NR) Catholic (New Iberia, La.), 7-0, 47.3

13. (NR) Clearwater Central Catholic (Clearwater, Fla.), 7-0, 46.2

14. (24) Bishop Hartley (Columbus, Ohio), 6-2, 45.9

15. (NR) Campolindo (Moraga, Calif.), 8-0, 45.5

16. (NR) Lompoc (Calif.), 7-0, 45.3

17. (NR) Canton Central Catholic (Ohio), 8-0, 44.4

18. (NR) Loyola (Detroit), 8-0, 44.3

19. (NR) Newbury Park (Calif.), 5-2, 43.9

20. (16) Maine-Endwell (Endwell, N.Y.), 7-0, 43.2

21. (NR) Gretna (Neb.), 8-0, 42.6

22. (NR) Loudonville (Ohio), 8-0, 42.4

23. (7) Skutt Catholic (Omaha, Neb.), 6-2, 42.3

24. (NR) North Catholic (Pittsburgh), 8-0, 42.0

25. (NR) Westminster Christian (Miami), 7-1, 41.6

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