Varsity Zone

A glance at the Missouri high school soccer rankings

Updated: 2013-10-25T16:46:10Z

By SAM MCDOWELL

The Kansas City Star

The eastern half of the state continues to dominate the Missouri high school soccer rankings. In the final regular season poll released this week by the Missouri Soccer High School Coaches Association, no Kansas City area team cracked the top three in any of the three classes.

Accurate? We'll know soon. District tournament play starts Nov. 2.

Records shown are through Wednesday.

CLASS 3

1. Vianney (16-2-2)

2. Chaminade (19-5-1)

3. Rock Bridge (16-4-1)

4. Lee's Summit West (17-3)

5. Marquette (16-3-1)

6. Jefferson City (17-5)

7. St. Louis University High School (15-7-1)

8. Rockhurst (13-8)

9. Christian Brothers College (10-8-3)

10. Francis Howell (14-3-1)

Also receiving votes: Lee's Summit North, Timberland, Kirkwood, DeSmet, Park Hill South.

CLASS 2

1. St. Dominic (19-0)

2. Rolla (18-2)

3. Ladue (16-2)

4. Carthage (16-4)

5. Smithville (15-3)

6. Priory (14-5)

7. Parkway West (14-7)

8. Liberty North (15-3)

9. Harrisonville (16-3-1)

10. Helias (13-5)

Also receiving votes: Perryville, Affton, Kearney, Farmington.

CLASS 1

1. Southern Boone (22-1)

2. John Burroughs (10-1-4)

3. Springfield Catholic (17-3)

4. (tie) Sacred Heart (17-3)

4. (tie) Principia (12-4-1)

6. Bayless (12-4-1)

7. St. Pius X (11-6-1)

8. St. Pius Festus (10-6)

9. Laquey (19-0)

10. St. Charles Lutheran (12-7)

Also receiving votes: Kennedy, Whitfield, Cristo Rey, Trinity, Chillicothe.

To reach Sam McDowell, send email to smcdowell@kcstar.com. Follow him at twitter.com/SamMcDowell11.

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