Comprehensive look at title winners in all 50 states.
New Albany also enters at No. 16 after winning Ohio Division 1 crown.
Larry Niemeyer, Jim Liggett, Robert Iamurri among the leaders from the diamond.
Kentucky's Danville moving up as only squad in last decade to join list.
Fifty-seven schools have won the title trifecta.
Some of best from gridiron also excelled in running, throwing events.
Tigers own 59-game win streak and land at No. 13 in overall rankings.
Hillary Phillip's 2,463 career strikeouts might be an unbreakable record.
Wolves see 32-game win streak snapped; Billy Jack Bowen of Silo (Okla.) becomes nation's all-time coaching wins leader.
John Stevenson, Mike Cameron, Rodger Fairless, Mike Woods, Glenn Cechini among those best.
All-time leader Larry Niemeyer averaged 37 wins for 56 years at Iowa's Jefferson.
Greyhounds race to lead with three championships in boys, girls swimming and boys basketball.
Trevor Lawrence, Herschel Walker, Adrian Peterson among those who could have skipped college and gone pro.
Atlantic set multiple national records in 1928 game against Griswold that involved a girl, money and bad blood and produced an avalanche of national records.
From Chet Holmgren to Bobby Thompson, MaxPreps names each year's top player.