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Posted at 07:43 PM ET, 03/14/2011

Montrose Christian boys finish No. 1 in The Post Top 20

The Post final boys’ rankings have a loaded Montrose Christian team atop the poll. The Mustangs won 22 of 23 games, including wins over national powers Oak Hill and Findlay Prep.

Other candidates for the top spot included Maryland 4A champion North Point (27-0), which enjoyed unprecedented success for a Southern Maryland Athletic Conference team, Interstate Athletic Conference champion Episcopal (25-3) and Washington Catholic Athletic Conference and City Title champ DeMatha (26-7).

1 Montrose Christian (22-1)

Next: NHSI, Mar. 31-April 2

2 North Point (27-0)

Maryland 4A champions

3 Episcopal (25-3)

IAC champions

4 DeMatha (26-7)

WCAC champions; next: Alhambra Invitational, Thurs.-Sat.

5 Gonzaga (24-7)

WCAC finalists; next: Alhambra Invitational, Thurs-Sat.

6 Friendly (23-4)

Maryland 3A semifinalists

7 Landon (19-6)

IAC runners-up

8 Magruder (22-4)

Maryland 4A semifinalists

9 National Christian (26-5)

Closed with nine-game win streak

10 T.C. Williams (25-6)

Va. AAA semifinalists

11 Springbrook (22-3)

Maryland 4A West region finalist

12 Potomac Falls (30-1)

Va. AA Div. 4 champions

13 Gwynn Park (17-9)

Maryland 2A semifinalists

14 Oakland Mills (25-1)

Maryland 2A South region finalist

15 Paul VI Catholic (21-11)

WCAC semifinalists

16 Eleanor Roosevelt (17-9)

Maryland 4A semifinalists

17 Theodore Roosevelt (25-6)

DCIAA champions

18 Potomac (Va.) (23-3)

Va. AAA quarterfinalists

19 Middleburg (26-5)

VISAA Div. 2 finalists

20 Herndon (23-3)

Va. AAA Northern Region semifinalist

By Washington Post editors  |  07:43 PM ET, 03/14/2011

 
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