Four New Teams in Nike/USA Lacrosse High School Girls' National Top 25

Late-season improvements were rewarded with finals berths or titles and higher rankings in the latest Nike/USA Lacrosse High School Girls’ National Top 25. Baldwinsville (N.Y.) won a state title that pushed it into the top 15, while four new teams climbed into the Top 25.

New York Class B finalist Queensbury (N.Y.), Pennsylvania 3A champion Conestoga (Pa.), NY Class D finalist Skaneateles (N.Y.) and Inter-AC league champion Episcopal (Pa.) occupy the final four spots in the rankings.

History was made in the Northeast, as Victor (N.Y.) won its first New York State title in program history, beating Queensbury (N.Y.) in the Class B final. Bronxville (N.Y.) won its first state title as well after three previous consecutive losses in the final. New Canaan (Conn.) did the FCIAC-state championship double for the first time ever to seal its spot.

Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) finished off its perfect campaign by repeating at 2A champions of Pennsylvania in the Mid-Atlantic Region. It’s the first time a Pennsylvania state champion has gone unbeaten in a year. Conestoga (Pa.) rode an 18-game winning streak to the 3A state title. Summit (N.J.) captured the final Tournament of Champions that New Jersey will host when they knocked off traditional power Oak Knoll (N.J.).

In the Midwest, the University School of Milwaukee cruised to a state championship on the backs of a high-scoring trio. East Grand Rapids (Mich.) won a thriller in overtime for the state title and a spot in the Top 10. The South and West Regions completed play earlier this spring.

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Rankings are compiled by regional reporters and a national content coordinator and updated weekly (Tuesdays) throughout the season. Team records are as of June 12.


June 14, 2022




St. Paul's (Md.)




Victor (N.Y.)




Glenelg Country (Md.)




New Canaan (Conn.)




Darien (Conn.)




McDonogh (Md.)




Archbishop Carroll (Pa.)




Bronxville (N.Y.)




St. Anthony's (N.Y.)




Bryn Mawr (Md.)




Manhasset (N.Y.)




Archbishop Spalding (Md.)




Century (Md.)




Glenelg High (Md.)




Baldwinsville (N.Y.)




Northport (N.Y.)




Suffern (N.Y.)




Wantagh (N.Y.)




Ward Melville (N.Y.)




Sacred Heart (Conn.)




Summit (N.J.)




Queensbury (N.Y.)




Conestoga (Pa.)




Skaneateles (N.Y.)




Episcopal (Pa.)



Also considered (alphabetical order): American Heritage-Delray (Fla.), Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.), Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake (N.Y.), Colorado Academy (Colo.), Comsewogue (N.Y.), Foothill-Santa Ana (Calif.), Garden City (N.Y.), Georgetown Visitation (D.C.), Good Counsel (Md.), Lake Highland Prep (Fla.), Maryvale (Md.), Massapequa (N.Y.), Notre Dame Prep (Md.), Oak Knoll (N.J.), Paul VI (Va.), Penn Charter (Pa.), Ridgewood (N.J.), Sayville (N.Y.), Severna Park (Md.), St. Anne's-Belfield (Va.), St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.), Stone Ridge (Md.), Upper Arlington (Ohio), Wilton (Conn.)

Nike/USA Lacrosse High School Rankings
National Boys' Top 25 | National Girls' Top 25
Northeast Boys' Top 10 | Northeast Girls' Top 10
Mid-Atlantic Boys' Top 10 | Mid-Atlantic Girls' Top 10
South Boys' Top 10
| South Girls' Top 10
Midwest Boys' Top 10
| Midwest Girls' Top 10
West Boys' Top 10
| West Girls' Top 10


1. Victor (N.Y.), 21-1

The greatest season in Victor program history culminated with a first-ever New York State championship. The Blue Devils defeated Fayetteville-Manlius (N.Y.) 15-7 in the semifinals and then knocked off Queensbury (N.Y.) 14-5 in the Class B final. Eva Pronti had two goal and six assists, Devin Livingston had three goals and one assist, Maddison Mabbett had two goals and one assist and Caitlin Keenan, Amber DeRosa and Olivia Bruno added two goals apiece for the Blue Devils. Previous: 1

2. New Canaan (Conn.), 21-2

It’s been the FCIAC or the Connecticut state title for the Rams. Never both in the same season until now. New Canaan did that by beating rival Darien (Conn.) both times, including a dramatic 14-13 victory in the CIAC Class L final. Kaleigh Harden won seven draws, including a critical draw with 1:13 remaining after the Blue Wave pulled to within a goal, Stella Nolan had four goals, Dillyn Patten had two goals and three assists, Caitlin Tully, Devon Russell, Lexie Tully and Caroline Underwood scored two goals apiece as the Rams captured an eighth state title. Previous: 2

3. Darien (Conn.), 20-2

Ryan Hapgood scored a game-high four goals, Sadie Stafford had three goals and one assist, Molly McGuckin and Chloe Humphrey had two goals and one assist apiece and Ceci Stein had one goal and two assists in a 14-13 loss to New Canaan in the CIAC Class L final. The Blue Wave, whose lone two losses this season were to the rival Rams, went on a furious late rally from a four-goal deficit with 6:23 remaining, but they couldn’t get over the hump. Previous: 3

4. Bronxville (N.Y.), 21-1

After championship losses in 2017, 2018 and 2019, the Broncos finally won the New York State Class D title and they did so emphatically, beating Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.) 11-6 in the semifinals before defeating Skaneateles (N.Y.) 15-8 in the final. Molly Krestinski had four goals and one assist, Kiki Tormey had four goals and Catherine Berkery and Caroline Ircha had two goals and one assist apiece. Previous: 5

5. St. Anthony’s (N.Y.), 15-3

The Friars saved their best for last, defeating Sacred Heart (N.Y.) 17-5 to capture a third straight CHSAA Class AA title in their most complete game of the season. Tess Calabria scored five goals, Ava Biancardi had three goals, Tanner Scarola had a goal and four assists, Meredith McPharlin had a goal and three assists and Lexie Zenk made 10 saves in the win. Previous: 6

6. Manhasset (N.Y), 16-3

The Indians packed plenty of goals with them to SUNY Cortland as they defeated Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake (N.Y.) 20-10 in the semifinals and Honeoye Falls-Lima (N.Y.) 17-2 in the final to capture a fourth state championship. Caitlin Barrett had four goals and one assist, Ashley Newman netted a hat trick, Alexis Morton had two goals and five assists and Alexandra Schneider and Annalisa Massaro scored two goals apiece for Manhasset. Previous: 7

7. Baldwinsville (N.Y.), 18-2

The Bees captured their second state championship, and first since 2000, by defeating Rush-Henrietta (N.Y.) 7-6 in the semifinals and Northport (N.Y.) 15-9 in the final. Brianna Peters had five goals and three assists, Carlie Desimone had four goals and one assist, Sophia Muscolino and Sara Hunter scored two goals apiece and Grace Hollenbeck added one goal and two assists in Baldwinsville’s fifth state title appearance. Previous: NR

8. Northport (N.Y.), 20-2

The Tigers knocked off Suffern (N.Y.) 12-7 in the semifinals, but their bid for a second straight state championship win against Baldwinsville (N.Y.) fell short with Northport losing 15-9 in the final. Shannon Smith scored a hat trick, Emma McLam and Kylie Mackiewicz had two goals apiece and Megan Morris made seven saves. Previous: 4

9. Suffern (N.Y.), 17-4

Emma Muchnick scored a hat trick, Jenna Myhal, Madison Leale and Callie Drab scored one goal each and Aerin O’Brien made six saves for Suffern, which led Northport (N.Y.) 5-4 at halftime of the NYS Class A semifinals, but were outscored 8-2 after halftime. It was the second straight tournament Suffern fell in the state semifinals. Previous: 8

10. Wantagh (N.Y.), 15-3

Madison Taylor had four goals and one assist, Madison Alaimo had two goals and two assists, Olivia Nicholson had a pair of goals and Juliana Cerasi had one goal and one assist in a 19-11 loss to Manhasset (N.Y.) in the Nassau Class C final. While Taylor will be sorely missed, Alaimo, Nicholson and Eva Ingrilli, who were so instrumental to the Warriors’ high-flying attack, will all be back. Previous: 9

—​ Dylan Butler


1. St. Paul’s (Md.), 17-1

The Gators repeated as IAAM A Conference champions. To do so, they had to knock off the only team to beat them in the regular season, and the Gators took a 15-7 win over Glenelg Country (Md.) in the conference final. Natalie Shurtleff was impressive down the stretch and finished her senior season with 62 goals, 20 assists, and 54 draw controls. Madison Beale always drew the top mark, and the four-year starter finished with 25 draw controls and 10 takeaways. Kendall Steer led the team with 55 draw controls and also scored 35 goals. Frannie Hahn finished with 98 points on 40 goals and 48 assists while captaining the offense. Lauren Steer scored 39 goals and added 32 assists for a balanced effort. Previous: 1

2. Glenelg Country (Md.), 17-2

The Dragons were the one team to beat St. Paul’s (Md.) in the ultra competitive IAAM A Conference, and their 20-7 win was a highlight in a history-making season. Glenelg has been climbing since moving up to the A Conference in 2017 after winning back-to-back B Conference titles. This season marked their first trip to the A championship game. Jaclyn Marszal scored 54 goals and had 67 assists to lead the team in points, including a 14-point game against St. Paul’s. Maggie Weisman had 56 goals and 72 draw controls. Regan Byrne scored 52 goals while missing four games. Stephanie Marszal had a 54 percent save rate to lead the defense. Previous: 2

3. McDonogh (Md.), 15-3

The Eagles fell to second-seeded St. Paul’s (Md.) in the conference semifinals on May 10 to end their season. Kori Edmondson finished the year with 80 goals, 10 assists, 77 draw controls and 10 caused turnovers. Caroline Godine scored 35 goals and led the team with 37 assists. Remi Schaller had 30 goals and 10 assists. Amanda Lawson finished with 48 draws, and Sydney Smith caused 21 turnovers. Previous: 3

4. Archbishop Carroll (Pa.), 24-0

Emma Talago scored four goals, and Cate McConaghy and Machaela Henry scored two goals each as Carroll finished its season unbeaten with a 10-8 win over Twin Valley (Pa.) for the 2A state championship. It’s their second straight state title. Talago also had three assists and Chloe Bleckley provided two helpers and won three draw controls. Carroll trailed, 6-4, at halftime before rallying in the second half twice for the win. Carroll is the first undefeated state champion at any level since Pennsylvania began awarding championships in 2009. Previous: 4

5. Bryn Mawr (Md.), 11-4

The Mawrtians fell to Glenelg Country (Md.) in the IAAM A Conference semifinals on May 10 to conclude their season but finished with their best record in a decade. Johns Hopkins commit Hannah Johnson finished with 109 draw controls and 54 goals. Maryland commit JJ Suriano is just a junior, but the goalie saved 125 shots at a 52 percent clip. Princeton commit Merrill Watson is another junior who will return after corralling more than 30 draw controls to go with 40 goals and 21 assists. Previous: 5

6. Archbishop Spalding (Md.), 13-4

The Cavaliers were the only team to beat Glenelg Country (Md.) in the regular season. Spalding also edged Notre Dame Prep (Md.) and played St. Paul’s (Md.) to a two-goal game. The Cavaliers nearly doubled last year’s win total. Bella Saviano (Yale commit) stood out with 45 goals and the midfielder marked opponents’ top players. Gabby Greene had 52 goals, and Lily Mullen led the team with 29 assists to go with 20 goals. A natural midfielder, Maddie Wrenn moved back to key the defensive end. Meave Cavanaugh finished with 41 goals and 14 assists, Reese Dowgiallo scored 40 goals, and Ally Keith had 51 points on 29 goals and 12 assists. Previous: 6

7. Century (Md.), 19-0

The Knights completed their second unbeaten season in program history. Century handled Hereford (Md.) 15-6 to win the Class 2A state championship. Lauren Hackett led the offense with 101 points on 58 goals and 43 assists, Caroline Little had 55 goals and 34 assists, Anna Hackett led the team with 78 goals and Jasmine Stanton scored 68 goals. Jane Brewer keyed the defense as a shut-down defender. Previous: 7

8. Glenelg High (Md.), 15-1

Second-seeded Glenelg concluded its season with an 8-7 loss to top-seeded Century (Md.) in the Class 2A West Region I final. The Gladiators won their first 15 games of the season. Navy commit Emma Kennedy scored 67 goals to go with 23 assists to pace the offense. Jocelyn Torres, a Virginia Tech commit, made 75 saves while allowing just 3 goals per game. Another Navy commit, Maura Murphy, won 75 percent of draws and had 32 goals and 14 assists. Lauren LaPointe, who will play at Maryland, had 45 goals and 14 assists. Previous: 8

9. Summit (N.J.), 23-2

The Hilltoppers won the Tournament of Champions title over Oak Knoll (N.J.) 10-4. It is the final year that New Jersey is sponsoring the TOC. Jane Freeman and Lily Spinner each had hat tricks while Anya Wardle had a pair of goals and three assists. Maggie DeFabio had four draw controls as Summit held a 9-7 team advantage. Caitlin Walsh made four saves. The state final win avenged a 9-6 loss to Oak Knoll in the Union County Tournament championship. Summit’s only other loss came by a goal to Sacred Heart (Conn.). Previous: 10

10. Conestoga (Pa.), 24-1

The Pioneers won their second state championship, 15-7, over Manheim Township (Pa.). Ellie Wisch and Kiki Liebezeit scored four goals apiece and each had an assist as well. Kate Galico scored four goals too. Conestoga finished with titles this season in the Central League, District 1 and the state championship. Their lone loss was by a single goal to unbeaten Archbishop Carroll (Pa.), and they did not slip up again. ‘Stoga reached the final with an 8-7 win over Garnet Valley (Pa.) on a goal by Chloe Brown with 3.3 seconds left. Wisch had a hat trick and Alana Lepore made six saves in the semifinal win. Previous: NR

—​ Justin Feil


The greatest season in Victor program history culminated with a first-ever New York State championship.


1. Lake Highland Prep (Fla.), 18-2

The Highlanders defeated American Heritage-Delray (Fla.) to claim their second state title since 2019. Senior Jacqueline Jaskiewicz, a Georgetown recruit, led Lake Highland with 50 goals while senior and Franklin and Marshall College prospect Lauren Pittman had a team-leading 37 assists. Previous: 1

2. Milton (Ga.), 20-3

The Eagles claimed their fifth consecutive state championship, rallying from a late two-goal deficit to defeat Creekview (Ga.) 13-12. All three of Milton’s losses in 2022 were by a single goal. The Eagles’ season was highlighted with wins over Connelly School of the Holy Child (Md.) and Hillgrove (Ga.). Previous: 2

3. Hockaday (Texas), 20-1

The Daisies dominated Westlake (Texas) 20-8 in the state championship. The victory marked back-to-back state championships and the fifth overall in the program’s history. Hockaday’s season was highlighted with a win over Torrey Pines (Calif.). Previous: 3

4. American Heritage-Delray (Fla.), 18-3

The Stallions had a 26-game winning streak versus in-state opponents snapped in the state championship against Lake Highland Prep (Fla.). Carli Fleisher, a Northwestern signee, joined American Heritage-Delray to provide a team-leading 62 goals and 58 assists. American Heritage-Delray had significant out-of-state wins over Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.) and Agnes Irwin (Pa.). Previous: 4

5. Bartram Trail (Fla.), 22-3

The Bears survived a pair of one-goal contests in the Florida 2A final four to claim a state championship, including an 8-7 win over Vero Beach (Fla.) in the finals. Ryann Frechette had an impressive campaign with 94 goals and 52 assists. Previous: 5

6. Steinbrenner (Fla.), 21-2

After losing just once in the regular season, the Warriors came one game short of reaching the title game for the second straight year. Steinbrenner fell to eventual 2A state champs Bartram Trail (Fla.) 5-4 on May 6. Junior midfielder Taylor Lapointe led Steinbrenner with 54 goals and 19 assists. Previous: 6

7. Blessed Trinity (Ga.), 22-1

The Titans closed out an impressive season with a 20-2 win over Northview (Ga.) to claim a Class A-5A title. Blessed Trinity defeated McIntosh (Ga.) 21-3 en route to the state championship. The victory marked back-to-back state championships for Blessed Trinity (Ga.). Previous: 7

8. Cardinal Gibbons (N.C.), 20-2

The Crusaders won their fifth title in program history, defeating Charlotte Catholic (N.C.) 13-9 in the state championship game after trailing 6-2 early on. Junior Gracie Mullahy’s three-goal, two-assist effort led Cardinal Gibbons in the championship. Mullahly’s younger sister Lexi shined in the state semifinal as Cardinal Gibbons defeated Holly Springs (N.C.) 25-16. The Mullahys combined for eight goals and seven assists in the semifinals. Previous: 8

9. Creekview (Ga.), 20-2

The Grizzlies came minutes shy and a goal short of stopping Milton (Ga.) from claiming its fifth state title. Creekview lost in the state championship 13-12 after holding a late 11-9 advantage. Creekview’s season was highlighted by wins over Starr’s Mill (Ga.) and Hillgrove (Ga.). Previous: 9

10. Bishop England (S.C.), 18-0

The Battling Bishops earned a South Carolina state title after defeating opposition by a combined margin of 337-27. Frances Poch and Elisabeth Tausig each contributed 105 points this season for Bishop England. Previous: 10

—​ Justin Boggs


1. New Albany (Ohio), 21-2

The Eagles showed their ability to perform in the clutch with three straight victories by three goals or fewer en route to a state title. At states, New Albany avenged its lone losses, topping Jackson (Ohio) in the semifinals and Upper Arlington (Ohio) in the championship game. The Eagles earlier tallied an impressive out-of-state victory over New Trier (Ill.). Previous: 1

2. Upper Arlington (Ohio), 22-1

The Golden Bears' quest for an undefeated season ended with a 13-12 loss to New Albany (Ohio) in the state title game. Camryn Callaghan had a strong finale with four goals after scoring seven apiece in a state semifinal against Sycamore (Ohio) and a regional title game against Dublin Coffman (Ohio), finishing her senior season with 130 points. Rian Adkins, Kampbell Stone and Lilly Stelzer each added 40-plus goals. Previous: 2

3. New Trier (Ill.), 24-2

The Trevians' state title game victory over Hinsdale Central (Ill.) was epic as they rallied from deficits of 6-2 and 9-4 and won on a Grace Curry goal in overtime. Five Trevians players topped 60 points this season: Claire Ratke, Emma Curry, Grace Curry, Kennedy Meier and Addie Shevitz. Previous: 3

4. Loyola Academy (Ill.), 17-6

The Ramblers didn't have a bad loss all season with their only two Midwest defeats coming to Land of Lincoln state champion New Trier (Ill.). Seniors Adrienne Leone (80 goals, 26 assists) and Maeve Dwyer (63 goals, 40 assists) both topped the 100-point mark for the Ramblers. Previous: 4

5. Guerin Catholic (Ind.), 20-0

Unflappable all year, the Golden Eagles had the perfect response after Carmel (Ind.) tied their state title contest, as senior Mariah Ross deposited the game-winner. Guerin Catholic was sterling on the defensive end all season, surrendering fewer than five goals per game. Previous: 6

6. University School of Milwaukee (Wisc.), 19-1

The Wildcats ended the season in dominating fashion, beating their last seven opponents by 15-plus goals. Three different USM players tallied at least 100 point this season: Grace Tuttle (90 goals, 45 assists), Molly Janssen (74 G, 42 A) and Brooke Robinson (60 G, 54 A), while Abby Sisson (94 points) finished just shy of the century mark. Previous: 7

7. Jackson (Ohio), 20-2

The Polar Bears followed an emotional victory over rival Hudson (Ohio) with a strong effort against eventual state champion New Albany (Ohio) in the state semifinals, ultimately falling 10-7. That was in spite of four goals from Lauren Pallotta, who helped Jackson jump out to an early 4-1 lead. Previous: 5

8. East Grand Rapids (Mich.), 18-2

Lizzie Lundeen capped her hat trick in memorable fashion with the game-winning goal in overtime of the state title game against Detroit Country Day (Mich.). Eliana LaMange (4 goals) and Vivian LaMange (2 goals, 1 assist) added plenty on the attack for the Pioneers while Caroline Potteiger made seven saves. Previous: NR

9. Carmel (Ind.), 18-3

The Greyhounds never quit fighting in their state title game against Guerin Catholic (Ind.), tying the game late thanks to two straight goals from freshman Sophie Mock. Two of Carmel's three losses came by a goal apiece to the Golden Eagles. The Greyhounds' other defeat was to New Trier (Ill.). Previous: 9

T10. Kentucky Country Day (Ky.), 24-3

The Bearcats' 24-win campaign included an absurd 152-point season from Sarah Beth Burns (92 goals, 60 assists) with Megan Robertson (55 goals, 38 goals) also approaching the 100-point mark. Previous: T10

T10. Hinsdale Central (Ill), 20-5

The Red Devils showed plenty of heart in forcing overtime in their state title game against New Trier (Ill.) despite playing without midfielders Angie Conley (Notre Dame) and Lanie Randle. Riley Matthews racked up 70 assists for Hinsdale Central this season, while Emily Brankin, Annette Ciupek, Tessa Howe and Reese Napier tallied 48-plus goals. Previous: T10

—​ Jonah Rosenblum


1. Foothill-Santa Ana (Calif.), 21-1

The Knights repeated as CIF Southern Section champions, beating Santa Margarita (Calif.) 18-9 in the final. They ended the season on a 17-game winning streak, following a one-goal loss to St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.), and finished with four wins against West-ranked teams. Previous: 1

2. Colorado Academy (Colo.), 18-1

The Mustangs won their seventh consecutive state title, beating Valor Christian 13-9 in the Class 5A final for their eighth overall championship. They also won a title in 2000 before the current run. CA sent long-time coach Laura Sandbloom off on a high note as she is stepping down to move closer to family. Previous: 2

3. St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.), 19-2

The Wildcats topped Sacred Heart Prep (Calif.) 11-10 to claim the CIF Central Coast title. Their lone losses were to Colorado Academy and Cherry Creek (Colo.), and they outscored their opponents 349-119. Previous: 3

4. Valor Christian (Colo.), 15-4

The Eagles finished as state runners up for a second straight season, falling to Colorado (Colo.) 13-9 in the final. Valor had lost to the Mustangs earlier in the season by four goals, and those were its only in-state losses. The Eagles’ two other defeats were against Florida Class 1A champion Lake Highland Prep and Florida Class 2A runner up Vero Beach. Previous: 4

5. La Jolla (Calif.), 15-4

The Vikings avenged their 2021 CIF San Diego Open final loss to Scripps Ranch (Calif.), beating the two-time defending champions 9-8 to claim this year’s title. La Jolla had advanced with a 20-7 win over Cathedral Catholic (Calif.) in the semifinals. Previous: 5

6. Fairview (Colo.), 15-3        

The Knights steamrolled ThunderRidge (Colo.) in the quarterfinals but couldn’t avenge an early-season loss to Valor Christian (Colo.) in the Class 5A semifinals. Just like their one-goal loss in the second game of the season, they just came up short, falling 15-14 in overtime to the eventual runner-up. Fairview’s only other loss was against Colorado Academy (Colo.) in the season opener. Previous: 6

7. Santa Margarita (Calif.), 17-3

The Eagles lost to Foothill (Calif.) for a second time this season, failing to win the rematch of their March 1 defeat in the CIF Southern Section final. They avenged their only other loss to Redondo Union (Calif.) by winning their semifinals rematch May 7. Previous: 7

8. Mercer Island (Wash.), 15-1

After two years without playoffs (and no season at all in 2020), the Islanders finally had a chance to repeat as state champions. The senior class that was part of the last Washington state title in 2019 finished the way it started, beating Issaquah (Wash.) 15-3 in the final. Previous: 8

9. Jesuit Portand (Ore.), 17-0

Sydney Partovi saved a free possession shot from 15 yards out in the final minutes to seal a 12-11 win over Lake Oswego (Ore.) in the Oregon Girls Lacrosse Association state final as the Crusaders claimed a third consecutive championship. Before COVID-19 ended the state championships of the 2020 and 2021 seasons, the Crusaders won the 2019 state championship, also beating Lake Oswego by a goal. Previous: 9

10. Redwood (Calif.), 21-3

The Giants claimed their first North Coast Section Division I championship, beating San Ramon Valley (Calif.) 14-12 in the final May 12. Redwood split games with Marin Catholic (Calif.) this season, winning the rematch, and its other losses were by one goal to Sacred Heart Prep (Calif.) in March and to St. Ignatius (Calif.). Previous: 10

—​ Laurel Pfahler


Northeast: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont

Mid-Atlantic: Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington D.C., West Virginia

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