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2013-2014 All-Sports Race
Wednesday, 21 May 2014 00:00

Based on a criteria established by The Birmingham News for All Sports Rankings Trophy. Points are awarded based on each sport’s results in the state playoffs. At the completion of 2013-2014 school year, Bob Jones HS finished 8th in The All Sports Rankings. This is based on the teams finish in the playoffs and state meets. Below are the Top 10, as well as other local 6A schools. 


School Point Totals


Bob Jones State Results

1. Hoover - 149 points
2. Auburn - 138 points
3. Mountain Brook - 136 points
4. Vestavia - 112 points
5. Huntsville - 96.5 points
6. McGill-Toolin - 81 points
7. Spain Park - 80 points
8. Bob Jones - 66 points
9. Hewitt-Trussville - 57 points
10. Fairhope - 51.5 points

Others local schools:

Sparkman - 47 points
Grissom - 37 points
James Clemens - 25 points
Florence - 22.5 points
Austin - 22 points
Decatur - 14 points
Lee Huntsville - 6 points
Buckhorn - 4 points

Football - 6 Points
Volleyball - 15 Points
Girls Cross-Country - 8 Points
Boys Swimming - 10 Points
Girls Swimming - 6 Points
Boys Basketball - 6 Points
Boys Soccer - 2 Points
Girls Soccer - 4 Points
Boys Tennis - 7 Points
Boys Golf - 2 Points 

Bob Jones High School totals from recent years:
2012-13 - 62 points - 8th
2011-12 - 84 points - 7th
2010-11 - 98.5 points - 3rd
2009-10 - 116 points - 4th
2008-09 - 98 points - 3rd
2007-08 - 91.5 points - 3rd
2006-07 - 87 points - 6th
2005-06 - 86 points - 6th
2004-05 - 69 points - 7th
2003-04 - 76 points - 6th

 
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No. 1 in Each State

The top programs throughout the nation, including D.C.


1. Bob Jones (Madison, Ala.)
2. Douglas (Juneau, Alaska)
3. Brophy Prep (Phoenix)
4. Fayetteville (Ark.)
5. Mater Dei (Santa Ana, Calif.)
6. Grandview (Colo.)
7. Greenwich (Conn.)
8. Salesianum (Wilmington, Del.)
9. American Heritage (Plantation, Fla.)
10. Wesleyan (Norcross, Ga.)
11. Punahou (Honolulu)
12. Meridian (Idaho)
13. Marshall (Chicago)
14. Bishop Luers (Fort Wayne, Ind.)
15. Iowa City
16. Lawrence (Kans.)
17. St. Xavier (Louisville)
18. John Curtis (River Ridge, La.)
19. Bangor (Maine)
20. Dematha (Hyattsville, Md.)
21. St. John's Prep (Danvers, Mass.)
22. Nouvel (Saginaw, Mich.)
23. Eden Prairie (Minn.)
24. Tupelo (Miss.)
25. Rockhurst (Kansas City, Mo.)
26. Helena Capital (Mont.)
27. Omaha Central (Neb.)
28. Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas)
29. Salem (N.H.)
30. Don Bosco Prep (Ramsey, N.J.)
31. Mayfield (Las Cruces, N.Mex.)
32. St. Anthony's (Melville, N.Y.)
33. New Bern (N.C.)
34. Fargo South (N.D.)
35. St. Xavier (Cincinnati)
36. Bishop McGuinness(Oklahoma City)
37. Jesuit (Portland)
38. Jeannette (Pa.)
39. Bishop hendricken (Warwick, R.I.)
40. Gaffney (S.C.)
41. Roosevelt (Sioux Falls, S.D.)
42. Baylor (Chattanooga)
43. Cy-Fair (Cypress, Texas)
44. Timpview (Provo, Utah)
45. Essex (Essex Junction, Vt.)
46. Stone Bridge (Ashburn, Va.)
47. Lewis & Clark (Spokane)
48. Gonzaga (Washington, D.C.)
49 Wheeling Central (W.Va.)
50 Arrowhead (Hartland, Wis.)
51. Campbell County (Gillette, Wyo.)


Read More: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2008/highschool/05/19/state.no.1/#ixzz0pw03D9A1
 


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