St. Joseph’s, Catholic top Louisiana High School Cross Country Polls

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The St. Joseph Academy Redstickers and the Catholic Bears top the latest Louisiana Track and Field Coaches Association Cross Country polls released Monday.

The Redstickers are the unanimous choice on the girls side, with all 10 first place votes. Vandebilt Catholic is second with Dominican third. Fontainebleau is fourth with Ruston fifth. Mount Carmel Academy is sixth, St. Scholastica is eighth and Mandeville is ninth.

Catholic is No. 1 in the boys rankings, receiving seven first place votes. Jesuit is second and the Blue Jays got the other three first place votes. Ruston is third with Mandeville fourth and Brother Martin fifth. St. Paul’s is ninth and Belle Chasse is No. 10.

Here are your LTFCA Cross Country polls for Nov. 2:

Girls Large School Rankings
Rank Team Points
1 St. Joseph’s (10) 100
2 Vandebilt 90
3 Dominican 73
4 Fontainebleau 65
5 Ruston 63
6 Mt. Carmel 53
7 St. Michael 38
8 St. Scholastica 28
9 Mandeville 27
10 Live Oak 9

Others receiving votes: Ponchatoula

Boys Large School Rankings
Rank Team Points
1 Catholic (7) 97
2 Jesuit (3) 93
3 Ruston 78
4 Mandeville 70
5 Brother Martin 56
6 Zachary 38
7 West Monroe 37
8 St. Michael 25
9 St. Paul’s 23
10 Belle Chasse 12

Others receiving votes: Holy Cross, Tuerlings, Benton

Boys Small School Rankings
Rank Team Points
1 ED White (10) 100
2 Dunham 90
3 University 66
4 Episcopal 65
5 Erath 63
6 Country Day 58
7 Episcopal Acadiana 38
8 Parkview Baptist 15
9 Ascension Catholic 13
10 Menard 10

Others receiving votes: Lutcher, Cedar Creek, Ouchita Christian, Christ Episcopal

Girls Small School Rankings
Rank Team Points
1 Episcopal (10) 100
2 ED White 90
3 Christ Episcopal 75
4 Sacred Heart NO 68
5 Episcopal Acadiana 67
6 Newman 40
7 Cedar Creek 32
8 St. Louis 28
9 St. Martin’s 20
10 St. Thomas Aquinas 15

Others receiving votes: Country Day, University

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