Fundamental essentials top College Cup Super Six all-sports programs for that 2014-15 school year. Points were gathered from Super Six ratings in most approved college sports and from FHSAA playoff success:
1. Lake Highland (249.8 points)
The very first time since 2001-02, the 3rd year from the College Cup, the Highlanders win the all-sports championship. Lake Highland was the runner-up three occasions previously 5 years. It was a dominant performance that incorporated condition titles in women basketball, wrestling and boys lacrosse. Individuals teams weren't any. 1 in the region, as were Lake Highland's boys and women go swimming teams along with a condition runner-up women tennis squad. Women golf finished third and women swimming 4th at condition.
2. Winter Park (185)
The Wildcats, those who win from the Cup seven occasions previously nine years, put together another outstanding school year that saw them take second within the FHSAA all-sports ratings for sophistication 8A. Women mix country and competitive cheer stated condition game titles, and both tennis teams added region crowns. Winter Park collected nine district game titles. This does not count a crew condition championship.
3. Dr. Phillips (177)
The Panthers result in the Super Six for that fifth consecutive time each year assigned with a boys track and area condition title. DP had eight district-title teams, region titles in boys swimming, women golf and track, along with a condition runner-up competitive cheer finish. The football (12-1) and boys volleyball (25-1) teams were rated No. 1 before playoff deficits.
4. Lake Mary (169)
Up a place from fifth in 2013-14 having a year that incorporated a boys golf condition championship along with a condition runner-up finish in women golf, the Rams also loved another consecutive 10- football regular season as well as an undefeated boys tennis campaign. Lake Mary was 4th within the FHSAA 8A ratings and won the Seminole Sports Conference all-sports crown.
5. Bishop Moore (149.8)
The Hornets go back to the College Cup Super Six following a two-year absence. Bishop Moore won condition titles in boys volleyball and competitive cheer, went 13-1 to achieve the 5A football final four and advanced to some condition semifinal in women soccer. Women track also added an area crown. The Hornets totaled nine district game titles.
6. Oviedo (143.5)
The Lions assigned 2014-15 having a condition championship within the final sport from the school year, baseball, to remain in the Super Six and put 4th within the FHSAA 7A all-sports ratings. Other highlights incorporated a repeat competitive cheer condition title, coming back towards the boys basketball final four, along with a condition runner-up finish in women soccer.