High School Esports 2023 ‘League of Legends’ Power Rankings: Week 1

The 2023 high school esports spring regular season has switched on, with competitive gaming teams across North America taking part in the head-to-head matchups on the PlayVS platform.

It’s an exciting Act 2 for USA TODAY High School Sports and PlayVS, which created the first regional and state rankings from the platform’s competitive games—ones officially recognized by the NFHS Network and state associations—in 2022.

As the competition now moves ahead to this year, we’re looking at the best of the best that now includes the top from each state/region.

Here are the opening 2023 ‘League of Legends’ Power Rankings:

See the full state/regional rankings here

Spain Park High School: Spain Park Jag Legends

Lathrop High School: The Iron Chefs

Gentry High School: GHS Infinite

University Hill Secondary School: Hawks Black

San Marino High School: TITANic Bing Qi Ling

George Washington High School: Eagles Red

Loyola College Prep (La.): Dog House Gaming

Cherry Creek High School: Creek League – Blue

Wilton High School: Warriors

Advanced Technology Center (Va.): ATC Midgap

Olympia High School: Olympia League of Titans

Duluth High School: Duluth High School Purple

President William Mckinley High School: McKLoL1

Charleston High School: CHS Trojans

Dupont Manual High School: Crimsons League of Legends

Cape Elizabeth High School: Cape Elizabeth LoL

Shrewsbury Sr High School: SHS – Gatekeepers

Northville High School: Northville Varsity Black League of Legends

Farmington High School (Utah): League of the Phoenix

Albuquerque Academy: Chargers Varsity LoL

Syosset Senior High School: Syosset LoL

Piedmont High School: Force Fight Win

Wylie High School: Minion Diff

The Village School: The Village School

Mills E. Godwin High School: Godwin Eagles

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