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National high school girls volleyball rankings (9/19/2023)

Hamilton Southeastern (Indiana) still holds the top spot in SBLive's Power 25 as its wins streak stretches to 51 matches
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Make it 51 and counting for the ultra-talented Hamilton Southeastern Royals.

Indiana’s undisputed No. 1 volleyball team, Hamilton Southeastern (17-0), continued its stellar season with two more sweeps last week. The defending Class 4A state champs have won a remarkable 51 consecutive matches dating to the second game of the 2022 season. The Royals are doing it all with one of the most talented rosters in the nation (seven Division I commits).

“I feel the team is doing great,” said HSE 6-foot-3 senior outside hitter Lauren Harden, a University of Florida commit. “Again, though, we’re always looking to get better every day, which has been a big goal for us in practice and games, and to definitely enjoy our time together this season as this is a very special team.”

New to the poll are No. 14 Flint Hill (Oakton, Virgina) and No. 16 Archbishop Mitty (San Jose, California).

The SBLive Power 25 national high school volleyball rankings include teams affiliated with state high school athletic associations in the state they compete in or those allowed to play affiliate high schools in their home state and beyond.

The rankings will be released weekly throughout the 2023 volleyball season. Find the complete breakdown of the SBLive Power 25 below.

The Power 25 rankings are compiled by SBLive freelancer Jeff Gardenour based on research and conversations with an extensive network of coaching and media sources across the nation. Reach Jeff on Twitter @JMarkG1962 or email him at

National Volleyball Power 25