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Best Sports High Schools By State (cont.)

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By Doug Huff

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NEBRASKA: Southeast (Lincoln)
This is an easy call. Southeast won or shared the state's Class A All-Sports award every year from 1992-2003.
NEVADA: Green Valley (Henderson)
A strong spring sports menu, topped by baseball, anchors a program that has won 35 state crowns in the last 10 years.
NEW HAMPSHIRE: Central (Manchester)
Football, girls track and cross country are the most successful programs for Central, which has won 31 state titles in the last 10 years.
NEW JERSEY: Bergen Catholic (Oradell)
The Crusaders are best known for their football program -- they've won six state crowns in the last decade -- but are also strong in wrestling, baseball and swimming.
NEW MEXICO: La Cueva (Albuquerque)
The Bears have won 47 state titles in 15 sports during the last decade and the state's all-sports Director's Cup for boys eight times and girls seven times. This spring, the baseball team set national record with 70 straight wins.
NEW YORK: St. Anthony's (South Huntington)
The Long Island school has won 18 league titles, plus several state championships, in the last 10 years. The most dominant programs are football, lacrosse, track, cross country and girls soccer.
NORTH CAROLINA: East Chapel Hill
Eight-year-old school has won 33 state championships and has earned the state's All-Sports award for Class 3-A five of last six years.
NORTH DAKOTA: Red River (Grand Forks)
Thirty-six state titles in the last decade include 14 in tennis -- eight boys', six girls'.
OHIO: St. Ignatius (Cleveland)
The Wildcats have one of the nation's top football programs -- they've won seven state Division 1 titles since 1991 -- but also are state contenders in baseball, boys' basketball and boys' soccer.
The Trojans won 10 all-sport state titles in 2003-04 and have 62 over the last eight years. A nationally ranked football team won six straight state Class 6A crowns from 1996-01.
OREGON: Jesuit (Portland)
School has won 21 state titles -- 16 in soccer, cross country, tennis -- during the last 10 years.
PENNSYLVANIA: North Penn (Lansdale)
This suburban Philadelphia school, which has won 45 state championships over the last 10 years, is a power in football and is also dominant in boys' swimming.
RHODE ISLAND: LaSalle Academy (Providence)
Private school has won 208 overall state championships and isn't slowing down.
SOUTH CAROLINA: Bishop England (Charleston)
Boys' and girls' soccer and tennis teams have accounted for 17 of the school's 32 state titles over the last 10 years.
SOUTH DAKOTA: Stevens (Rapid City)
The school has 28 titles in track or cross country. Overall, it has 45 state crowns in 10 years.
TENNESSEE: Baylor School (Chattanooga)
The private school has captured 51 state titles over the last decade, including 28 in boys' and girls' golf, wrestling and girls soccer.
TEXAS: Highland Park (Dallas)
The alma mater of Doak Walker has 30 state titles in nine sports the last 10 years, including six in girls' cross country.
UTAH: Mountain View (Orem)
The Bruins' strong girls program has won 28 of the school's 43 state crowns the last decade, including 10 track, eight in basketball and six in cross country.
The state's largest school also has the biggest trophy case, with 54 state titles in the last 10 years.
VIRGINIA: Brentsville District (Nokesville)
With 18 state titles, including 12 in girls' cross country and wrestling, this Group AA school is in a class of its own.
WASHINGTON: King's (Seattle)
The Seattle-area school has won 22 state titles over the last 10 years.
WEST VIRGINIA: Parkersburg
The Reds have won 23 state titles in 11 sports during the last decade to boost their all-time record to 125 crowns.
WISCONSIN: Arrowhead (Hartland)
This suburban Milwaukee school is dominant in swimming and football and has won 13 state titles over the last 10 years.
WYOMING: Campbell County (Gillette)
Campbell blew by the competition with 79 state titles in the last decade. Twenty-six of them are girls' sports, including cross-country, basketball and gymnastics.

Issue date: May 16, 2005