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McDonogh (Md.) Still Tops in Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls' Lacrosse Top 25

April 23, 2013    6791 Views

BALTIMORE, April 23, 2013 — Unbeaten McDonogh (Md.), winner of 84 consecutive games, has improved to 15-0 and received all first-place votes to remain No. 1 in the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls’ Lacrosse National Top 25 poll, released today by US Lacrosse. The poll appears as part of Lacrosse Magazine’s bi-weekly report on high school girls’ lacrosse at laxmagazine.com/hsg25.

The Eagles have cruised through four recent games in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland, outscoring opponents 74-25 in that stretch. No. 2 St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes (Va.) and No. 3 Garden City (N.Y.) also remain unbeaten at 17-0 and 8-0, respectively. St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) returned to the Top 10 after a win over then-No. 10 Notre Dame (Mass.).

The Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls’ Lacrosse National Top 25, with teams, record, point total (first-place votes) and next game noted:

1. McDonogh (Md.) 15-0, 175 (7), April 23 at Mount de Sales (Md.)
2. St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Va.) 17-0, 168, April 25 at Stone Ridge (Va.)
3. Garden City (N.Y.) 8-0, 161, April 24 at Long Beach (N.Y.)
4. Manhasset (N.Y.) 7-1, 150, April 24 at North Shore (N.Y.)
5. Moorestown (N.J.) 10-0, 145, April 24 Washington Township (N.J.)
6. Georgetown Visitation (D.C.) 12-1, 133, April 23 Flint Hill (Va.)
7. St. Paul’s (Md.) 9-3, 133, April 23 at John Carroll (Md.)
8. St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) 7-1, 122, April 25 Sacred Heart (N.Y.)
9. Maryvale Prep (Md.) 9-2, 113, April 23 Bryn Mawr (Md.)
10. C.M. Wright (Md.) 9-1, 110, April 23 at Patterson Mill (Md.)
11. Mount Hebron (Md.) 9-1, 101, April 23 Howard (Md.)
12. Bryn Mawr (Md.) 8-4, 85, April 23 at Maryvale Prep (Md.)
13. Century (Md.) 10-1, 82, April 29 No. 1 McDonogh (Md.)
14. West Genesee (N.Y.) 8-0, 71, April 23 at Penfield (N.Y.)
15. Milton (Ga.) 10-3-1, 70, April 23 at Etowah (Ga.)
16. Notre Dame (Mass.) 7-1, 55, April 23 at Lincoln-Sudbury (Mass.)
17. Farmingdale (N.Y.) 6-1, 50, April 24 Wantagh (N.Y.)
18. Conestoga (Pa.) 9-1, 50, April 23 Strath Haven (Pa.)
19. Bay Shore (N.Y.) 9-0, 49, April 24 at Smithtown West (N.Y.)
20. Radnor (Pa.) 7-2, 42, April 23 at Harriton (Pa.)
21. Vero Beach (Fla.) 16-4, 41, April 25 Sattelite (Fla.)
22. New Canaan (Conn.) 7-0, 41, April 23 Staples (Conn.)
23. Mount Sinai (N.Y.) 8-0, 31, April 23 Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.)
24. Good Counsel (Md.) 11-2, 25, April 24 Holy Cross (Md.)
25. Northport (N.Y.) 6-3, 15, April 24 at Connetquot (N.Y.)

Others receiving votes:
Canandaigua Academy (N.Y.) 4-4, 10
Chatham (N.J.) 4-5, 6
Garnet Valley (Pa.) 6-4, 5
Springfield-Delco (Pa.) 9-2, 5
Great Valley (Pa.) 9-0, 4
Harriton (Pa.) 9-1, 3
Ward Melville (N.Y.) 7-3, 2
Marriotts Ridge (Md.) 9-0, 2
Shoreham-Wading River (N.Y.) 6-1, 1
Loyola (Ill.) 8-3, 1

Voters for the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls’ Lacrosse National Top 25 poll include US Lacrosse area representatives and Lacrosse Magazine contributors. The national Top 25 supplements in-depth coverage of high school girls’ lacrosse, including regional Top 10 rankings, top performers, games to watch and notebooks, from each of five regions

West laxmagazine.com/hsgw
Midwest laxmagazine.com/hsgmw
South laxmagazine.com/hsgs
Mid-Atlantic laxmagazine.com/hsgma
Northeast laxmagazine.com/hsgn

US Lacrosse will release next week the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Boys’ Lacrosse National Top 25 poll and regional reports. The next girls’ report will be released the week of May 6.

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