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Lacrosse Magazine High School Girls’ Top 25: Radnor finishes at No. 3

Wednesday, 4th August 2010

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Rankings, Posted 8/4/10

Radnor, which repeated as the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) champion, finished No. 3 in the Lacrosse Magazine National High School Girls’ rankings released today.

The Red Raiders went 26-1 and also claimed the District 1 championship as well as a share of the Central League title after becoming the first PIAA champion in 2009. Four members of this year’s team – midfielders Kelyn Freedman and Allie Martin, defender Alyssa Dunlap and goalie Annie Woehling – were named All-Americans and Freedman also was named MaxPreps National Player of the Year as well as Player of the Year.

After the season, longtime coach Phyllis Kilgour retired after winning 574 games and seven District 1 titles in 32 years.

McDonogh (Md.) was named the national champion and Garden City (N.Y.) was the runner-up.

Lacrosse Magazine National High School Girls’ Top 25

1. McDonogh (Md.)
2. Garden City (N.Y.)
3. Radnor (Pa.)
4. Winters Mill (Md.)
5. Ridgewood (N.J.)
6. Moorestown (N.J.)
7. South River (Md.)
8. Vero Beach (Fla.)
9. Shoreham-Wading River (N.Y.)
10. Canandaigua Academy (N.Y.)
11. Rocky Point (N.Y.)
12. St. Anthony’s (N.Y.)
13. Severna Park (Md.)
14. Good Counsel (Md.)
15. Farmingdale (N.Y.)
16. Mendham (N.J.)
17. Framingham (Mass.)
18. Lakeland-Panas (N.Y.)
19. West Genesee (N.Y.)
20. Cherry Creek (Colo.)
21. Loyola Academy (Ill.)
22. Medina (Ohio)
23. Monte Vista (Calif.)
24. Los Alamitos (Calif.)
25. Westwood (Mass.)



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