Posted: 12:42 pm Monday, September 16th, 2013
By Anthony Chiang
It’s still pretty early in the season, so teams are still jockeying for position. Last week’s best matchup was between Wellington and Jupiter, as the Wolverines beat the Warriors in a five-set match. Still, it didn’t change the Post’s top three from last week.
Here’s the full version of the Post’s Top 10 entering Week 4:
1. Boca Raton (5-0): The Bobcats are one of the best teams in the country and racked up another two wins last week. This week, they will face a test in Jupiter.
2. Wellington (11-0): The Wolverines earned another three wins last week, including a five-set thriller against Jupiter.
3. Jupiter (7-2): It’s hard to drop the Warriors down after a close loss to an impressive Wellington team. Jupiter will stay at No. 3 for at least another week.
4. Royal Palm Beach (4-0): The Wildcats moved up a spot after a pair of wins last week to stay undefeated.
5. Park Vista (7-2): After starting the season 2-2, Park Vista has won five consecutive matches.
6. Benjamin (5-0): The Buccaneers make their first appearance in the rankings this week following a strong start to the season.
7. Lake Worth Christian (4-2): A 1-2 week dropped Lake Worth Christian in the Post’s rankings.
8. King’s Academy (6-1): The Lions started the week off with a loss, but they bounced back nicely with wins over St. Andrew’s and Jupiter Christian.
9. Atlantic (3-2): A 3-2 record isn’t bad after the tough schedule Atlantic has played to start the season.
10. Dwyer (5-4): The Panthers earned a four-set victory against Suncoast to just make the top 10.
The best of the Treasure Coast:
1. Martin County (6-2): A 2-0 week keeps Martin County as the Treasure Coast’s top team.
2. Jensen Beach (7-2): The Falcons are not far behind Martin County for the No. 1 spot.
About the Author
Anthony Chiang began his writing career in Gainesville at the University of Florida’s student-run newspaper. At The Independent Florida Alligator, he covered the school’s golf, volleyball, baseball, and football teams. The Miami native has also written for the Sun Sentinel and MLB.com, following the Tampa Bay Rays.