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The latest Boys HS Club Rankings features a few changes as there seems to have been a shakeup in Northern California.

Sierra Foothills looks exceptionally strong with their early results, while Danville, while solid, has stumbled somewhat, as has Granite Bay.

With Belmont Shore being heavily connected to Wilson HS, the Wilson team's success so far this season helps Belmont Shore.

It's very cold still, so we will know more as the weather warms.
 

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2Cathedral (Ind.)-
3San Diego Mustangs (Calif.)
4Sierra Foothills (Calif.)
5Liberty (Wash.)
6Colorado Springs (Colo.)
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2SOUTH AFRICA89.34
3AUSTRALIA86.88
4ENGLAND85.68
5IRELAND82.13
6WALES80.7
7FRANCE80.07
8ARGENTINA76.44
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