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McDonogh (Md.) Remains No. 1 in Nike/US Lacrosse Girls' Top 25 Poll of April 9

April 9, 2013    7137 Views

BALTIMORE, April 9, 2013 — Unbeaten McDonogh (Md.), winner of 80 consecutive games, received eight first-place votes to remain the No. 1-ranked team 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 are 11-0 following two wins in the Fight for 5 Tournament Saturday, including an 11-5 decision over No. 17 Mount Hebron (Md.) that marked the Vikings’ first defeat. Previously unranked Vero Beach (Fla.) used a 13-12 defeat of then-No. 3 St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) to claim the No. 21 position. The Friars fell to No. 14.

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.), 11-0, 200 (8), April 9: St. Mary’s
2. St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Va.), 11-0, 192, April 10: at No. 4 Georgetown Visitation (D.C.)
3. Georgetown Visitation (D.C.), 9-0, 182, April 10: No. 2 St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Va.)
4. Manhasset (N.Y.), 3-0, 176, April 11: No. 7 Garden City (N.Y.)
5. Garden City (N.Y.), 4-0, 161, April 9: at Massapequa (N.Y.)
6. Moorestown (N.J.), 4-0, 160, April 15: Northern Burlington (N.J.)
7. C.M. Wright (Md.), 5-0, 128, April 11: Fallston (Md.)
8. Farmingdale (N.Y.), 2-0, 122, April 9: at North Shore (N.Y.)
9. Bryn Mawr (Md.), 4-2, 119, April 9: No. 15 St. Paul’s
10. Notre Dame Academy (Mass.), 3-0, 119, April 9: Norwell (Mass.)
11. Northport (N.Y.), 4-0, 116, April 10: at Ward Melville (N.Y.)
12. Maryvale Prep (Md.), 5-1, 104, April 9: Garrison Forest (Md.)
13. St. Paul’s (Md.), 5-2, 97, April 9: at No. 10 Bryn Mawr (Md.)
14. St. Anthony’s (N.Y.), 2-1, 83, April 15: Notre Dame Academy (Mass.)
15. Century (Md.), 5-1, 81, April 9: Walkersville (Md.)
16. Milton (Ga.), 8-3, 68, April 12: Kent Denver (Colo.)
17. Mount Hebron (Md.), 4-1, 68, April 9: Long Reach (Md.)
18. Chatham (N.J.), 2-1, 67, April 10: Glen Ridge (N.J.)
19. West Genesee (N.Y.), 3-0, 60, April 9: Fayetteville-Manlius (N.Y.)
20. Radnor (Pa.), 4-1, 54, April 9: at Upper Darby (Pa.)
21. Vero Beach (Fla.), 12-4, 44, April 11: at Benjamin (Fla.)
22. Garnet Valley (Pa.), 3-2, 42, April 9: Penncrest (Pa.)
23. Conestoga (Pa.), 4-0, 31, April 9: at No. 25 Springfield-Delco (Pa.)
24. Canandaigua Academy (N.Y.), 3-2, 28, April 13: No. 19 West Genesee (N.Y.)
25. Springfield-Delco (Pa.), 6-0, 28, April 9: No. 23 Conestoga (Pa.)

Others receiving votes:
Good Counsel (Md.), 6-2, 27
Loyola (Ill.), 5-3, 13
Severn (Md.), 4-3-1, 6
John Carroll (Md.), 3-3, 5
Shoreham-Wading River (N.Y.), 3-0, 2

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 April 22.

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