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Tribune power rankings: Prep boys' soccer

Published April 17, 2012 1:02 pm

This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2012, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

5A

1. Brighton (7-1-0)

Hosts Alta Tuesday in Class 5A title rematch

2. Davis (8-1-1)

5A's highest-scoring team with 39 goals

3. Lone Peak (8-2-0)

After nearly two-week break, plays Pleasant Grove Wednesday

4. Lehi (8-1-0)

Two of last three games have gone to overtime.

5. Alta (7-1-1)

Offense has struggled, but Hawks have scored more than Brighton

4A

1. East (7-2-0)

Plays two of Region 6's worst — Cyprus and Highland — this week

2. Mountain View (5-2-1)

Chris Reyes and Alec Woolley may be the state's best tandem

3. Timpanogos (7-1-0)

Will they be able to get past Mountain View in Region 8?

4. Clearfield (7-2-0)

Fell out of top two in Region 6 with loss to Woods Cross.

5. Bonneville (6-2-0)

Lakers' only losses have been to Class 5A teams.

3A

1. Wasatch (10-0-0)

In case you've lost track, the scoring margin is 49 to 2.

2. Dixie (11-2)

Winning streak at nine games, with three left in regular season.

3. Juan Diego (9-3-0)

Lost to Alta in Real Cup title game last weekend.

4. Ogden (7-4-0)

Dominating Region 11 opponents 42-7.

5. Hurricane (9-3-1)

Congratulations, now go play Dixie on Tuesday.

2A

1. St. Joseph (7-2-0)

Gets shot at revenge on Wednesday against two-time defending champ Waterford

2. Oakley (7-1-0)

Should close out regular season with three wins

3. Waterford (3-5-1)

Always closes strong, and win over Grand proves this year is no exception.

4. Grand (7-3-0)

After strong start, dropped games to Waterford and Richfield last week.

5. Richfield (4-4-1)

Rough final