Points are awarded based on how teams fare in each of the FHSAA sanctioned sports. The top 16 finishers in each sport are awarded points, with 20 being awarded to a state champion.
The Mustangs have 92 points and trail first-place Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (135) and second-place Oviedo (118).
Ranch's boys, however, are in first place in Class 7A with 54.5 points. Trailing are Aquinas and Melbourne, which each have 50 points.
Lakewood Ranch's boys golf team won its third straight state title in the fall and the school's boys and girls soccer teams made the state final four over the winter.
The Mustangs took third in Class 6A last year with 613 points.