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Are you experiencing knee pain symptoms such as popping, clicking, bone-on-bone grinding, achiness, or sharp stabs? You're not alone in this journey. Knee pain affects nearly 25% of adults in the United States, causing discomfort, swelling, and chronic pain that can hinder everyday activities like childcare, walking, and exercise. Shockingly, recent statistics from The American Academy of Family Physicians indicate a 65% increase in diagnosed knee pain cases.

In a world where invasive surgeries and prescription painkillers are often the default solutions, it's crucial to explore the effective non-invasive options that are available. These alternative treatments provide relief without the associated risks of surgery.

Today, many doctors still recommend invasive surgeries and prescription painkillers rather than exploring non-invasive options. While those treatments are needed in some circumstances, there are alternative treatments available that can help you overcome knee pain without needing to go under the knife.

NJ Sports Spine and Wellness' advanced knee pain treatment in Westboro, NJ gives men and women suffering from knee pain hope. Instead of relying on surgery, our team of doctors and physical therapists use non-invasive, highly effective treatments to help heal prevalent conditions such as:

Service Areas

Arthritis

Soft tissue injury

ACL tears

MCL tears

Patella dislocation

Misalignment of the kneecap

Patella tendonitis

Jumper's knee

Osgood Schlatter's Disease

Knee

With the right treatment,

many people can reduce their pain and improve their function, allowing them to return to normal daily activities. Plus, by taking preventative measures and seeking prompt care from our team, it's possible to reduce your risk of developing chronic knee pain and other painful knee conditions. If you've been searching for a non-invasive way to eliminate knee pain and get back to an active life, your journey to recovery starts here.

Let's take a closer look at some of the knee pain treatments available at NJ Sports Spine and Wellness, which all serve as great alternatives to knee replacement surgery.

Physical Therapy:

Optimizing Musculoskeletal Health with Conservative Care

The field of Physical Therapy (PT) aims to rehabilitate individuals who have experienced injury, illness, or disability by restoring their mobility and function. Physical therapists cater to patients of various ages and capabilities, ranging from young athletes to senior citizens, in order to help them surpass physical limitations and improve their standard of living with advanced knee pain treatment in Westboro, NJ.

At NJ Sports Spine and Wellness, our physical therapy program was founded on a patient-centric philosophy, where physical therapists work closely with patients to get a deep understanding of their goals, preferences, and capabilities. In doing so, they can create a tailor-made treatment strategy to address their unique knee pain with the goal of avoiding a knee replacement. Treatment may involve exercises that are therapeutic in nature and can include:

  • Joint mobilizations
  • Soft tissue mobilization using cupping
  • Graston technique
  • Soft tissue massage
  • Stretching of associated muscle groups

Joint Mobilization for Knee Pain

This unique knee pain solution involves physical therapists using skilled manual therapy techniques to help improve your joint range of motion while simultaneously reducing your knee pain.

During joint mobilization, a physical therapist applies targeted pressures or forces to a joint in specific directions to improve its mobility. The intensity of the force applied can vary, and it is adjusted based on the patient's comfort level. Joint mobilization is generally pain-free.

STM

Soft Tissue Mobilization (STM)

Soft Tissue Mobilization is a manual therapy technique that involves stretching and applying deep pressure to rigid muscle tissue. This helps to relax muscle tension and move fluids that are trapped in the tissues that cause pain and inflammation. This effective form of physical therapy is often used as an advanced knee pain treatment in Westboro, NJ for treating knee strains, knee sprains, knee pain, and more.

Graston

The Graston Technique

The Graston Technique involves the use of handheld instruments to identify and break up scar tissue through specialized massage. During a Graston Technique session, physical therapists use convex and concave tools for cross-friction massage, which involves rubbing or brushing against the grain of the scar tissue. This process re-introduces small amounts of trauma to the affected area. In some cases, this process temporarily causes inflammation, which can actually boost the amount and rate of blood flow in the knee. This process helps initiate and promote the healing process so you can get back to a normal life.

Massage

Soft Tissue Massage

Soft tissue massage is a less intense form of massage than it's deep-tissue relative. Instead of focusing on slow and firm strokes to reach the deep layers of muscles and tissues, this massage technique uses a variety of pressures, depths, and durations. Soft tissue massage is helpful in alleviating different types of knee aches, pains, and injuries. Soft tissue massages can also help reduce stress, improve circulation, and promote relaxation.

Advanced Mechanics and Technology:

The Future of Knee Pain Therapy

While knee pain is a common symptom that affects millions of Americans every year, no two cases of knee pain are ever exactly alike. Some types of knee injuries require non-traditional solutions. At New Jersey Sports Spine and Wellness, we offer a range of treatments that leverage mechanics and technology to help patients recover from injuries while treating inflammation and pain as well as resolve the root cause of the pain.

AlterAlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill

The AlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill is equipped with NASA Differential Air Pressure (DAP) technology, which is a precise air calibration system that uses the user's actual body weight to enhance rehabilitation and training. By utilizing a pressurized air chamber, the AlterG allows patients and athletes to move without any pain or restrictions.

This advanced knee pain treatment in Westboro, NJ uniformly reduces gravitational load and body weight up to 80% in precise 1% increments. The results can be incredible, with patients reporting benefits such as:

  • Restoring and building of knee strength
  • Restored range of motion in the knee
  • Better balance
  • Improved knee function
  • More

What Makes the AlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill So Effective?

The AlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill can monitor various metrics such as speed, gait pattern, stride length, and weight distribution. With real-time feedback and video monitoring, your rehabilitation team can promptly and accurately identify issues and pain points or monitor your progress throughout your knee pain rehabilitation journey.

One of the key benefits of this cutting-edge equipment is that it replicates natural walking and movement patterns without the artificial feel that hydrotherapy or harnesses create. This makes it an excellent choice for faster recovery after knee injuries or surgeries, as it allows for early mobilization while also preserving strength. Furthermore, it is ideal for sports recovery as athletes can use it for physical conditioning maintenance.

Advanced Knee Pain Treatment Westboro, NJ
Advanced Knee Pain Treatment Westboro, NJ

Low-Level Laser Therapy

Our advanced treatment modalities for knee pain include laser therapy, which harnesses the revolutionary power of light through photobiomodulation (PBM). LiteCureâ„¢ low-level laser therapy is available for acute and chronic types of knee pain and can be hugely beneficial when coupled with physical therapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic care, and sports recovery care.

Understanding Photobiomodulation (PBM)

PBM is a medical treatment that harnesses the power of light to stimulate the body's natural healing abilities. The photons from the light penetrate deep into the tissue and interact with mitochondria, which results in a boost in energy production. This interaction sets off a biological chain reaction that increases cellular metabolism. Utilizing low-level light therapy has been shown to:

  • Alleviate knee pain
  • Speed up tissue healing
  • Promote overall health and wellness
  • Expedite knee pain injury recovery
Advanced Knee Pain Treatment Westboro, NJ

Exclusive Access to

Pain Management Professionals

At NJ Sports Spine & Wellness, we know that every patient requires a personalized approach to chronic knee pain and condition management. Sometimes, our patients need access to pain management professionals, who can offer relief in conjunction with physical therapy and other solutions like low-level laser therapy.

Two of the most common services we offer for pain management includes acupuncture which can assist in avoiding knee replacement surgery.

Acupuncture is a common treatment for knee pain that involves inserting thin needles into specific points in your knee. This ancient Chinese medicine has gained popularity in Western culture due to its effectiveness in treating various conditions with minimal side effects.

Acupuncture works by stimulating the nervous system to release various biochemicals, including endorphins and other neurotransmitters. The release of these chemicals helps to reduce inflammation, decrease pain perception, and improve overall blood circulation.

Multiple studies have shown that acupuncture can be effective in treating knee pain caused by a variety of conditions, including osteoarthritis and injuries related to physical activity like running. Acupuncture can also help reduce inflammation, improve muscle function, and decrease pain perception, making it a viable treatment on its own or as an addition to traditional treatment methods like physical therapy.

When undergoing acupuncture, a professional acupuncturist will insert thin needles into specific acupoints on the skin. These needles are left in place for roughly 20 to 30 minutes and may be gently stimulated for an enhanced effect. Patients might experience a slight tingle or warmth at the needle insertion site, but overall, acupuncture is considered a painless procedure.

Acupuncture has been a trusted and effective treatment option for thousands of years. The World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes acupuncture as a legitimate form of healthcare, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has even funded research studies to explore its efficacy for a range of medical conditions. To learn more about acupuncture for knee pain, contact NJSSW today.

Advanced Knee Pain Treatment Westboro, NJ

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is a common treatment for knee pain that involves inserting thin needles into specific points in your knee. This ancient Chinese medicine has gained popularity in Western culture due to its effectiveness in treating various conditions with minimal side effects.

Acupuncture works by stimulating the nervous system to release various biochemicals, including endorphins and other neurotransmitters. The release of these chemicals helps to reduce inflammation, decrease pain perception, and improve overall blood circulation.

Multiple studies have shown that acupuncture can be effective in treating knee pain caused by a variety of conditions, including osteoarthritis and injuries related to physical activity like running. Acupuncture can also help reduce inflammation, improve muscle function, and decrease pain perception, making it a viable treatment on its own or as an addition to traditional treatment methods like physical therapy.

Advanced Knee Pain Treatment Westboro, NJ

What Happens During Acupuncture Therapy for Knee Pain?

When undergoing acupuncture, a professional acupuncturist will insert thin needles into specific acupoints on the skin. These needles are left in place for roughly 20 to 30 minutes and may be gently stimulated for an enhanced effect. Patients might experience a slight tingle or warmth at the needle insertion site, but overall, acupuncture is considered a painless procedure.

Advanced Knee Pain Treatment Westboro, NJ

Is Acupuncture Actually Effective for Knee Pain?

Acupuncture has been a trusted and effective treatment option for thousands of years. The World Health Organization (WHO) recognizes acupuncture as a legitimate form of healthcare, and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has even funded research studies to explore its efficacy for a range of medical conditions. To learn more about acupuncture for knee pain, contact NJSSW today.

Avoid Knee Replacements with Advanced Knee Pain Treatment in Westboro, NJ

Advanced Knee Pain Treatment Westboro, NJ

When it comes to knee pain therapies and treatments, getting a knee replacement should be last on your list. Why put your body through such trauma if you haven't tried other non-invasive treatment options? Whether you're an athlete trying to work through a knee injury or you're over 65 and are dealing with osteoarthritis, NJ Sports Spine and Wellness can help.

It all starts with an introductory consultation at our office in Matawan or Marlboro. During your first visit, we'll talk to you about your knee pain symptoms, the goals you have in mind, and the advanced knee pain treatments available to you at our practice. From there, it's only a matter of time before you get back to a healthy, active lifestyle.

Every day you wait can worsen your knee condition. Contact us today and let our team help get you on the road to recovery and life with painful knees.

Latest News in Westboro, NJ

Inteplast buys Danafilms plant from RKW

A 38-year-old film plant in Massachusetts has a new owner just a few months after workers voted for representation by the Teamsters union.The seller is RKW Danafilms, part of Frankenthal, Germany-based RKW SE. Following the divestment, RKW Danafilms changed its name to RKW North America.The company said the new name reflects its solid position in the North American blown film market.Inteplast Group of Livingston, N.J., bought the Westborough, Mass., plant, and now is operating that business as Danafilms Corp. Inteplast s...

A 38-year-old film plant in Massachusetts has a new owner just a few months after workers voted for representation by the Teamsters union.

The seller is RKW Danafilms, part of Frankenthal, Germany-based RKW SE. Following the divestment, RKW Danafilms changed its name to RKW North America.

The company said the new name reflects its solid position in the North American blown film market.

Inteplast Group of Livingston, N.J., bought the Westborough, Mass., plant, and now is operating that business as Danafilms Corp. Inteplast said the deal solidifies its presence in the industrial films market.

The deal between the two major film companies came to the surface after RKW announced the name change without mentioning the fate of the Westborough plant.

RKW emphasized that the union drive was not the impetus for the divestment.

“The divestment of the Westborough plant allows RKW to focus its business and investments on the [coextruded] films offered out of Franklin, Ky., whilst keeping much of its traditional monolayer films business,” a company spokeswoman said in an email to Plastics News.

“This focus is [in] line with market trends and growth opportunities for the high-performance barrier films previously offered under the brand Danafilms.”

The name change builds on the strong RKW brand, “so well known in Europe, and which is [in] line with RKW's global businesses,” she added.

RKW Group entered the North American market in 2010 when it bought Danafilms Inc., which was based in Westborough and also had a plant in Franklin, which had opened in 2000.

RKW's North American business now is based in Franklin. Erik Powell, vice president and general manager of RKW North America, said the Franklin plant can accommodate several additional extrusion lines, and that the location has space to significantly increase the plant size.

RWK North America makes customized monolayer and coextruded films. Plastics News had estimated RKW Danafilms' sales at $98 million.

Deal with Inteplast

Inteplast Group acquired the Westborough plant on May 8 and is continuing to operate the facility.

Inteplast, based in Livingston, N.J., ranks No. 3 in Plastics News' listing of the largest film and sheet manufacturers in North America, with estimated related sales of $2.22 billion.

Inteplast has more than 50 manufacturing plants and 7,000 employees, but most of its film is manufactured at its massive 525-acre site in Lolita, Texas, where it has plants with a combined annual capacity of more than 1 billion pounds.

Inteplast Group President John Young said the Danafilms acquisition “solidifies our presence in the industrial films market.

“We recognize that we are gaining a complementary array of film capabilities and, even more importantly, a dedicated and professional workforce,” Young said in a news release.

The business now is led by Dale Brockman, who was named president of Danafilms Corp.

Danafilms was founded in 1970 in Marlborough, Mass., as a custom supplier of extruded blown film for a diverse range of applications. The company relocated to Westborough in 1977.

“I have always respected Danafilms' founder Sherman Olson, whom I knew by reputation as a legendary pioneer in customs films,” Young said. “His perseverance and excellent reputation with customers and employees alike are certainly legacies that we wish to foster not only at Danafilms but also throughout our group.”

Union drive

Exactly what role the union drive in Westborough had on RKW's decision to divest the plant, and how Inteplast will deal with the union going forward, are still unclear.

Teamsters Local 170 announced on June 30 that it had won an election to represent a bargaining unit of 44 workers at the Westborough plant. The election was held in April, but the ballots were impounded while the National Labor Relations Board investigated several complaints. The ballots were counted June 29, and the union won by a count of 23-13, according to the union.

“This is an important victory for Danafilms workers, especially after such a tough campaign and numerous unfair labor practices committed by the company,” said Mike Hogan, secretary-treasurer of Local 170 in Worcester, Mass., according to a news release.

A union official said Inteplast is trying to challenge the results of the election. A hearing on the issue has taken place, and the two sides are awaiting a decision from the National Labor Relations Board.

Inteplast officials emphasized that the union drive and election took place under RKW's watch.

“It is unfortunate that there was labor discontent prior to our acquisition and that the union election took place prior to our taking over this plant,” said Brenda Wilson, Inteplast's senior director of communications and human resources. “Given our long track record of labor fairness and our care for employees, we feel it would never have happened under our watch.”

Inteplast Group was founded in 1991. The company has three divisions: AmTopp, Integrated Bagging Systems and World-Pak, and calls itself the largest manufacturer of integrated plastics in North America.

Celebrating Mass for Eagles, Patriots a joy for East Coast priests

Father Tom Barcellona and Msgr. Mike Foley celebrate Mass for the respective Super Bowl-bound teams they serve.“I have great respect for these men,” Msgr. Foley said. “They work really hard.”Msgr. Foley, a priest of the Diocese of Worcester, Massachusetts, received a call from the Patriots’ hotel one morning in 1990 to celebrate Mass for the team’s Catholic coaches and players, and he has done it ever since. He’s not the team’s official Catholic chaplain, however; they don’t...

Father Tom Barcellona and Msgr. Mike Foley celebrate Mass for the respective Super Bowl-bound teams they serve.

“I have great respect for these men,” Msgr. Foley said. “They work really hard.”

Msgr. Foley, a priest of the Diocese of Worcester, Massachusetts, received a call from the Patriots’ hotel one morning in 1990 to celebrate Mass for the team’s Catholic coaches and players, and he has done it ever since. He’s not the team’s official Catholic chaplain, however; they don’t have one.

“I see it as just trying to serve,” said Msgr. Foley, pastor of St. Luke the Evangelist in Westborough.

Father Barcellona has served as the Eagles Catholic chaplain since 2004, the last season the team went to the Super Bowl. In addition to Mass, he offers pastoral guidance and sacramental preparation for players and coaches alike. He also attends practices and home games.

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A priest of the Diocese of Camden, New Jersey, Father Barcellona said serving the team has been an enjoyable experience. His main assignment is at Our Lady of Perpetual Help, which has campuses in Galloway and Egg Harbor City, New Jersey, almost 60 miles away from the Eagles’ headquarters in Philadelphia. He’s happy to make the drive, as he sees the ministry’s necessity for the coaches and players engaged in the NFL’s demands, including substantial time away from family. “During the season, they pretty much live, breathe and eat football,” Father Barcellona said of the players and coaches.

He also helps provide priests for visiting teams across the NFL through his role on the board for Catholic Athletes for Christ. The nationwide ministry works with athletes of all levels to live the Catholic faith.

Although he normally doesn’t attend road games, Father Barcellona hopes to come to Minneapolis for the Super Bowl, as he attended the Eagles’ last Super Bowl in 2005. The Eagles also faced the Patriots in that game, falling 24-21.

Msgr. Foley hasn’t been to any of the Patriots’ previous eight Super Bowl appearances in the past 21 years, and he won’t attend this year’s game in Minneapolis. However, he has enjoyed the team’s success and the opportunity to see a bright side of a sometimes scandal-marked team.

“My experience of the Patriots has been extremely positive,” he said.

Besides the Eagle’s teamwork, Father Barcellona has appreciated the Christian witness among a significant number of players, Catholic or not. That includes quarterback Nick Foles crediting God in a post-game interview after the Eagles’ Jan. 21 win over the Minnesota Vikings.

“It’s a family setup,” Father Barcellona said of the Eagles.

Extremists to Students: “You Will Eat Your Own Babies!”

The thin line between love and hate stretched from one side of the street to the other in front of Cherry Hill East High School Monday morning."It's just another typical high school. We have a duty to preach to our fellow man. We took the opportunity to show some love to these kids," said Westboro ...

The thin line between love and hate stretched from one side of the street to the other in front of Cherry Hill East High School Monday morning.

"It's just another typical high school. We have a duty to preach to our fellow man. We took the opportunity to show some love to these kids," said Westboro Baptist Church leader, Jael Phelps.

The traveling band of religious radicals from Kansas showed up, as promised, with signs screaming lovely things like, "Fags Are Beasts," "God Hates Jews," "You Will Eat Your Babies," and " You're Going to Hell."

Students and parents countered on the other side of the street with kinder, gentler sentiments on their signs: "Free Hugs," "Love Knows No Gender," and "Love Does Not Discriminate."

The protestors singled out Cherry Hill because "this generation specifically if full of worthless rebels, arrogantly ignorant," said Phelps.

On the church's Web site, lovingly called " God Hates Fags, " the rallying call to come here is built entirely upon a quote straight out of Urban Dictionary that describes what it's like to be from New Jersey , not on any real reasoning or evidence gathered by the group. Phelps' logic is simply that it's her "love group's" duty to right a wrong.

It was a teaching moment in Cougar Country.

"To live in that kind of ignorance, honestly, it's almost comical that you would come out and hold a sign, 'You Will Eat Your Own Babies,'" said senior Olivia Villallan.

Phelps' ideology leaves no room for confusion as to where her group stands.

"Stop sinning or go to hell. God hates you. If you see a kid running in the street, you say, 'Stop !', you don't say, 'Go run in the street.'"

"It makes me kind of upset, but I really feel sorry for them. They don't understand tolerance," said senior Paige Walker.

Jersey Mike's Subs set to open second Central Mass. shop this month

WESTBOROUGH — After opening a Jersey Mike's Subs shop last November at 120 Boston Turnpike in Shrewsbury, owner Tyler Tombs is set to open a second location at Westborough's 9 West Plaza on 1 Oak St. later this month.With finishing touches from inspections to deliveries on track, Tombs said he hopes to hold the shop's grand opening May 25.More:...

WESTBOROUGH — After opening a Jersey Mike's Subs shop last November at 120 Boston Turnpike in Shrewsbury, owner Tyler Tombs is set to open a second location at Westborough's 9 West Plaza on 1 Oak St. later this month.

With finishing touches from inspections to deliveries on track, Tombs said he hopes to hold the shop's grand opening May 25.

More:From the famous shore to Central Mass., Jersey Mike's Subs finds a spot in Shrewsbury

"I decided to open a second shop because Shrewsbury has been so successful and I believe there is a ton of potential to bring the Jersey Mike's brand and product to a greater swath of the Central Massachusetts market," said Tombs, a Boston College graduate.

Tombs said he believes there's a lot of demand in the Central Massachusetts market for Jersey Mike's, because of the prominent national marketing and recognition of the brand over the last couple of years.

Once the Shrewsbury location opened, the shop as well as the brand itself brought in customers to try its products, thus turning many into regular customers, Tombs said.

The shop has also given back to the community since its opening. It raised money during its grand opening for the Shrewsbury High School athletics department, and also held various other fundraisers for local community groups.

Its biggest fundraiser was during Jersey Mike's national Month of Giving campaign in March, Tombs said. The entire chain raised $20 million for the Special Olympics, with Tombs' Shrewsbury store raising over $16,500 — including $13,000 on the March 30 Day of Giving event, when 100% of sales went to the Special Olympics.

"With a second location, I will also be able to give my team members growth opportunities to train and develop into managerial roles and really take on the task of mirroring the success that we created together in Shrewsbury in the new Westborough location," he said.

The charity partner of the Westborough shop's grand opening is the BORO Program, which provides transition-related programming for Westborough Public School students ages 18 to 22 with special needs.

As the grand opening approaches, Tombs' said his team will also be in the community handing out "free sub with a $3 donation" cards, where customers will get a free sub when they donate $3 to the BORO Program.

USA TODAY HSS/AVCA girls volleyball regional rankings: Week 5

Here are the USA TODAY Sports/American Volleyball Coaches Association regional girls volleyball rankings for September 28, 2023.National: Girls Volleyball Super 25Region 1: 1. St. Mary’s Lancaster (N.Y.)...

Here are the USA TODAY Sports/American Volleyball Coaches Association regional girls volleyball rankings for September 28, 2023.

National: Girls Volleyball Super 25

Region 1:

1. St. Mary’s Lancaster (N.Y.)

Record: 18-2

2. Burnt Hills Ballston Lake (Burnt Hills, N.Y.)

Record: 21-2-1

3. Sacred Heart Academy (N.Y.)

Record: 6-2

4. Fairpoint High School (N.Y.)

Record: 9-1

5. Hauppauge High School (N.Y.)

Record: 8-1

6. Bedford High School (N.H.)

Record: 6-0

7. Westborough High School (Mass.)

Record: 5-0

8. LaSalle Academy (Providence, R.I.)

Record: 7-3-1

t-9. Shenendehowa High School (N.Y.)

Record: 22-3-1

t-9. Penfield High School (N.Y.)

Record: 12-3

t-10. Portville High School (N.Y.)

Record: 18-5-1

t-10. Biddeford High School (Maine)

Record: 7-0

Region 2:

1. Immaculate Heart Academy (Washington Township, N.J.)

Record: 9-0

2. Pope John Paul II (Royersford, Pa.)

Record: 18-0-2

3. Arundel High School (Gambrills, Md.)

Record: 5-0

4. Academy of the Holy Cross (Kensington, Md.)

Record: 5-0

5. Glenelg (Md.)

Record: 9-0-1

6. Smyrna (Del.)

Record: 5-0

7. Southern Regional (Manahawkin, N.J.)

Record: 11-0

8. Flint Hill School (Oakton, Va.)

Record: 13-2

9. Unionville (Kennett Square, Pa.)

Record: 11-2-1

10. Jackson-Reed (Washington, D.C.)

Record: 7-0

Region 3:

1. Bob Jones (Madison, Ala.)

Record: 34-1

2. Pace Academy (Atlanta, Ga.)

Record: 22-3

3. Pope High School (Marietta, Ga.)

Record: 26-3

4. Carrollwood Day Christian (Tampa, Fla.)

Record: 19-2

5. Cleveland (Tenn.)

Record: 29-8

6. Mountain Brook (Ala.)

Record: 23-4

7. North Myrtle Beach (S.C.)

Record: 21-1

8. Calvary Christian (Clearwater, Fla.)

Record: 15-1

9. South Aiken (S.C.)

Record: 28-1

10. Chapel Hill (N.C.)

Record: 12-0

Region 4:

1. Grand Oaks High School (Conroe, Texas)

Record: 35-1

2. Prestonwood Christian (Plano, Texas)

Record: 24-4

3. Cornerstone Christian (San Antonio, Texas)

Record: 28-3

4. Lake Travis (Austin, Texas)

Record: 36-4

5. Dripping Springs High School (Texas)

Record: 37-3

6. Mount St. Mary’s High School (Oklahoma City, Okla.)

Record: 27-3

7. Archbishop Hannan High School (Covington, La.)

Record: 16-2

8. St. Mary’s Dominican High School (New Orleans, La.)

Record: 16-1

9. McKinney Boyd (Texas)

Record: 22-1

10. Brandon High School (Miss.)

Record: 31-4

Region 5:

1. Hamilton Southeastern High School (Fishers, Ind.)

Record: 23-0

2. Assumption High School (Louisville Ky.)

Record: 20-3

3. Notre Dame Academy (Park Hill, Ky.)

Record: 18-1

4. Hudsonville High School (Mich.)

Record: 21-2

5. Seton High School (Ohio)

Record: 13-0

6. Northville High School (Mich.)

Record: 23-1

7. Lake Catholic High School (Mentor, Ohio)

Record: 17-0

8. Bellmont High School (Decatur, Ind.)

Record: 21-2

9. Mercy McCauley (Cincinnati, Ohio)

Record: 12-2

10. North Branch High School (Mich.)

Record: 28-1-1

Region 6:

1. Divine Savior Holy Angels (Milwaukee, Wis.)

Record: 28-0

2. Dike-New Hartford High School (Dike, Iowa)

Record: 27-0

3. Lafayette High School (Wildwood, Mo.)

Record: 16-2

4. Oconomowoc High School (Wis.)

Record: 27-3

5. Nixa High School (Mo.)

Record: 17-2

6. Dowling Catholic (West Des Moines, Iowa)

Record: 15-3

7. Marist (Chicago, Ill.)

Record: 17-1

8. Marquette High School (Chesterfield, Mo.)

Record: 23-3

9. Mother McAuley (Chicago, Ill.)

Record: 15-3

10. Benet Academy (Lisle, Ill.)

Record: 17-1

Region 7:

1. Papillion-LaVista South High School (Papillion, Neb.)

Record: 25-0

2. Wayzata High School (Plymouth, Minn.)

Record: 17-0

3. Champlin Park High School (Minn.)

Record: 13-3

4. Eagan High School (Minn.)

Record: 11-4

5. Lakeville South High School (Minn.)

Record: 11-4

6. Harrisburg High School (S.D.)

Record: 14-0

7. Sioux Falls Jefferson High School (S.D.)

Record: 10-0

8. Norris High School (Firth, Neb.)

Record: 19-2

9. Marshall High School (Minn.)

Record: 12-3

10. Fargo North High School (Bismarck, N.D.)

Record: 16-1

Region 8:

1. Blue Valley North (Overland Park, Kan.)

Record: 22-0

2. St. James Academy (Lenexa, Kan.)

Record: 19-3

3. Valor Christian (Highlands Ranch, Colo.)

Record: 11-0

4. Maize South High School (Kan.)

Record: 15-1

5. Thompson Valley High School (Loveland, Colo.)

Record: 7-1

6. La Cueva High School (Albuquerque, N.M.)

Record: 7-0

7. St. Thomas Aquinas High School (Overland Park, Kan.)

Record: 11-4

8. Las Cruces High School (N.M.)

Record: 8-1

9. Laramie High School (Wyo.)

Record: 16-0

10. Olathe Northwest (Kan.)

Record: 15-5

Region 9:

1. Mater Dei High School (Santa Ana, Calif.)

Record: 31-2

2. Mira Costa High School (Manhattan Beach, Calif.)

Record: 24-2

3. Cathedral Catholic High School (San Diego, Calif.)

Record: 22-3

4. Huntington Beach High School (Calif.)

Record: 23-6

5. Sierra Canyon High School (Chatsworth, Calif.)

Record: 23-4

6. St. Francis (Mountain View, Calif.)

Record: 16-3

7. Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, Calif.)

Record: 17-4

8. Redondo Union High School (Calif.)

Record: 14-8

9. Millennium (Goodyear, Ariz.)

Record: 15-1

10. Torrey Pines (San Diego, Calif.)

Record: 8-5

Region 10:

1. Punahou School (Honolulu, Hawaii)

Record: 23-1

2. Billings West High School (Mont.)

Record: 12-0

3. Kamehameha-Kapalama (Honolulu, Hawaii)

Record: 12-1

4. Wasilla (Alaska)

Record: 40-2

5. Jesuit (Portland, Ore.)

Record: 15-1

6. North Creek (Bothell, Wash.)

Record: 8-0

7. Gallatin (Bozeman, Mont.)

Record: 11-1

8. Puyallup High School (Wash.)

Record: 10-1

10. Bettye Davis East (Anchorage, Alaska)

Record: 16-4

10. Sprague (Salem, Ore.)

Record: 15-1

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