11. (17) Germantown (Wis.), 11-0
"I don't think we've ever played a team that good," Arrowhead coach Craig Haase told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel last week after his one-loss team was dismantled by Germantown 100-47. The Warhawks have won 38 games in a row.12. (NR) Lake Oswego (Ore.), 11-0
The Lakers knocked off then-No. 4 Neumann-Goretti (Philadelphia) in the semifinals of the Les Schwab Invitational, then blasted rival Jesuit (Portland) in the final, 62-43. Lake Oswego is the first team from Oregon to win the Les Schwab Invitational – played annually in the Portland suburbs – since 2003. Calvin Hermanson
, a 6-foot-6 wing headed to Saint Mary's, might be the most underappreciated star in the country.13. (NR) Bishop Montgomery (Torrance, Calif.), 13-0
Totally off the national radar to begin the season, Bishop Montgomery has emerged as one of the best teams in a state loaded with national-caliber programs. The Knights blew out Price (Los Angeles) 75-39 on Saturday to capture the Sea Hawk Classic title and also own quality wins over Serra (Gardena), MaxPreps Holiday Classic champ Westchester (Los Angeles) and Seattle Prep.14. (13) St. John Bosco (Bellflower, Calif.), 8-1
The Braves have a huge stretch ahead over the next 10 days with games against Orange Lutheran, JSerra Catholic (San Juan Capistrano) and No. 1 Mater Dei.15. (14) Olympic (Charlotte, N.C.), 11-0
The Trojans didn't lose until mid-February last season and could go deep with an unblemished record this winter, too. Olympic breezed through the WNC Holiday Classic after Christmas.