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PA Media Girls’ Lacrosse Rankings: Radnor remains in No. 1 spot; will face No. 2 Garnet Valley in state semifinals

Tuesday, 5th June 2012

Categories Girl's/Women's, High School, Rankings  
 

Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 6/4/12

Radnor has retained the No. 1 spot in the PIAA and All Schools polls in the PA Media Girls’ Lacrosse Rankings released today.

The Red Raiders, who advanced to the PIAA semifinals, received 10 of the 10 first-place votes in both polls and piled up 100 points.

Each week a panel of 10 journalists from around the state and the Mid-Atlantic region ranked Pennsylvania’s top teams. The panel includes Chris Goldberg of Phillylacrosse.com, Dennis C. Way of the Norristown Times Herald, Scott Johnston of EmmausSports.com, Matthew Blymier of the Lancaster Intelligencer, Karen Sangillo of the Bucks County Courier Times, Harry Chaykun, formerly of the Delco Times, Brad Spahr of the Daily Local News, Dave Assad of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Evan Burgos of the Inquirer and Matt Chandik of the Delco Times. The poll is compiled by Goldberg.

<PA Media Girls Lacrosse Rankings
Week 11
PIAA

1, Radnor (District 1) 21-4, 100 pts, 10 first-place votes, Prev: No. 1
2, Garnet Valley (1) 22-3, 90 pts., Prev: No. 5
3, Strath Haven (1) 16-9, 70 pts, Prev: No. 7
4, Manheim Township (3) 24-1, 69 pts., Prev: No. 2
5, Harriton (1) 20-5, 68 pts., Prev: No. 4
6, Conestoga (1) 16-9, 52 pts., Prev: No. 3
7. Great Valley (1) 22-2, 34 pts, Prev: No. 6
8, Hatboro-Horsham (1) 19-5, 25 pts, Prev: No. 8
9. Archbishop Carroll (12), 13-9, 22 pts., Prev: No. 9
10, Springfield-Delco (1) 17-6, 9 pts, Prev: No. 10
Under consideration: Boyertown (D1) 17-5; Council Rock North (1) 15-4, Henderson (D1) 17-3, Merion Mercy (D1) 16-3; Upper Dublin (D1) 16-4.

All Schools

1, Radnor (District 1) 21-4, 100 pts, 10 first-place votes, Prev: No. 1
2, Garnet Valley (1) 22-3, 90 pts, Prev: No. 5
3, Strath Haven (1) 16-9, 70 pts, Prev: No. 7
4, Manheim Township (3) 24-1, 69 pts., Prev: No. 2
5, Harriton (1) 21-4, 68 pts, Prev: No. 4
6, Conestoga (1) 16-9, 50 pts, Prev: No. 3
7. Great Valley (1) 22-2, 31 pts, Prev: No. 6
8, Hatboro-Horsham (1) 19-5, 26 pts, Prev: No. 8
9. Episcopal Academy (Inter-Ac) 16-6, 25 pts., Prev: No. 9
10, Notre Dame Academy (Inter-Ac) 20-3, 22 pts, Prev: No. 10


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