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Phillylacrosse Girls’ Rankings: District 1 tourney opens Tuesday

Monday, 16th May 2016

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

By Chris Goldberg
Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 5/16/16

The Phillylacrosse.com Girls’ Rankings:

1. Archbishop Carroll (17-3) Prev. No. 11:The Patriots get the nod as the No. 1 team based on their recent win over Agnes Irwin and losses by all other teams in the previous Top 10. They won their 16th straight Catholic League title Monday by defeating Archbishop Wood.

2. Agnes Irwin (15-5) Prev. No. 3: The Owls can clinch a third straight Inter-Ac League title by defeating Penn Charter (Tuesday) and Baldwin School (Wednesday).

3. Radnor (12-6) Prev: No. 10:The Raiders have the No. 9 seed in District 1 and host Mount St. Joseph in the first round on Tuesday.

5. Conestoga (16-0) Prev. No. 1: The Pioneers won the Ches-Mont League title and enter the District 1 tourney as the No. 1 seed. They host Bayard Rustin Tuesday in the first round.

4. Garnet Valley (13-4-1) Prev. No. 6: The Jaguars – struggling with a 1-3-1 mark in their last five games – have the No. 4 seed in Districts and host Kennett Tuesday in the first round.

6. Moorestown-NJ (15-5) Prev. No. 4: The Quakers dealt Shawnee its first loss, 7-6, and also downed Lawrenceville School, 14-10, before bowing to Suffern, 9-7.

7. Episcopal Academy (18-5) Prev. No. 7 EA needs Agnes Irwin to get upset in order to force a tie atop the Inter-Ac League race.

8. Shawnee-NJ (17-1) Prev. No. 8: The Renegades suffered their first loss, 7-6, to rival Moorestown and close their regular season today vs. Lenape.

9. Bishop Shanahan (14-4),

10. Owen J. Roberts (17-3),

11. Cape Henlopen-DE (12-1) Prev. No. 9: The Vikings host St. Andrew’s today.

12. Downingtown East (15-3) Prev. No. 15: The Ches-Mont League champion Cougars downed Great Valley in overtime to win the league title and have the No. 7 seed in District 1. They host Council Rock North in Tuesday’s first round.

13. Harriton (14-4) Prev. No. 12: The Rams have the No. 5 seed in District 1 and host Ridley Tuesday in the first round.

14.(tie) Great Valley (14-4) Prev. No. 5:The Patriots have the third seed in District 1 and host Wissahickon Tuesday in the first round.

14. (tie) Springfield-Delco (16-2) Prev. No. 2:The Cougars, despite a loss to Harriton, have the second seed in the District 1 tourney and host Gwynedd Mercy Tuesday in the first round.

14. (tie) Penn Charter (12-4) Prev. No. 13: The Quakers look to be a spoiler Tuesday when they face first-place Agnes Irwin.

14. (tie) Academy of Notre Dame (11-7) Prev: No. 13: The Irish host Springside Chesnut Hill on Tuesday.

Under considerationAbington (15-3), Central Bucks South (14-2), Haverford High (9-9), Kennard-Dale (18-1), Manheim Township (13-6), Plymouth Whitemarsh (16-2), Polytech-DE (13-2), Rancocas Valley-NJ (14-4), Springside Chestnut Hill Academy (14-6), Unionville (12-5).

Quarterfinals – Saturday, May 21, at WC East
OJ Roberts 12, Merion Mercy 9
Radnor 13, Conestoga 10
Garnet Valley 17 Unionville 7
Bishop Shanahan 15, Central Bucks West 6

Semifinals – Downingtown West, Tuesday, May 24
(9) Radnor vs. (4) Garnet Valley, 5:45 p.m.
(10) Bishop Shanahan vs. (6) Owen J. Roberts, 7:15 p.m.

1st Round of Playbacks – Tuesday, May 24
Unonville (12) at Conestoga (1), 7 p.m.
Merion Mercy (19) at Central Bucks West (15), 7 p.m.

Championship – WC East, 7 p.m. – Thursday, May 26
2nd Round of Playbacks – Thursday, May 26
Note – The top five teams advance to the PIAA championships

Catholic League Tournament
Monday, May 16
Lansdale Catholic (#3 seed) 16, Little Flower (#6 seed) 9
Bonner/Prendergast (#5 seed) 10, Cardinal O’Hara (#4 seed) 7
Semifinals, May 19 at Neumann
Archbishop Carroll (#1 seed) 22, Bonner-Prendergast 1
Archbishop Wood (#2 seed) 19, Lansdale Catholic 9
Championship, Monday, May 23, 6 p.m. Neumann University
Archbishop Carroll vs. Archbishop Wood

PA Independent Tournament (PAISAA)
Round 1
Game 1: Baldwin 12, Hill 7
May 20 – Game 2: Germantown Academy at Germantown Friends
Quarter Finals
Game 3: May 21 – Agnes Irwin 15, Germantown Academy 5
Game 4: May 20 Episcopal Academy 14, Baldwin 2
Game 5: May 20 – Penn Charter 16, Friends’ Central 11
Game 6: May 20 – Notre Dame 16, Springside Chestnut Hill Academy 4

Semis: Tuesday 5/24
Game 7: Notre Dame at Agnes Irwin, 4 p.m.
Game 8: Penn Charter at Episcopal Academy, 4 p.m.
Finals: Thursday 5/26
game 9: winner of game 7 vs game 8 at Cabrini College, 4 p.m


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