By Chris Goldberg Phillylacrosse.com, Posted 4/5/21
The Phillylacrosse.com Girls’ Rankings for April 5:
Conestoga (2-0) – Last week: No. 1. The Pioneers host No. 2 Radnor at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday in a key early-season Central League showdown.
Radnor (2-0) – Last week: No. 3. The Raiders open their Central League slate Tuesday at Conestoga in a classic 1-vs.-2 matchup.
Garnet Valley (2-0) – Last week: No. 7. The Jaguars gained an 8-6 win over Archbishop Carroll and open Central League play Tuesday by hosting Harriton.
Penn Charter (2-0) – Last week: No. 4. The Quakers play Wednesday at Agnes Irwin in a key Inter-Ac contest.
Archbishop Carroll (1-1) – Last week: No. 2. The Patriots look to rebound from the loss to Garnet Valley when they host Archbishop Wood on Tuesday.
Unionville (1-0) – Last week: Unranked. The Longhorns, after blitzing Villa Maria Academy, 17-5, host Berks County’s Wilson on Tuesday.
Downingtown West (2-0) – Last week: No. 9. The Whippets host Avon Grove on Tuesday.
Moorestown-NJ (0-0) – Last week: No. 8. The Quakers open their season Friday at Kingsway Regional.
Manheim Township (3-1) – Last week: No. 6. The Blue Streaks rolled in two Lancaster-Lebanon games after bowing to Radnor, 10-3.
Academy of Notre Dame (1-1) – Last week: No. 13. The Irish toppled Agnes Irwin in OT in their Inter-Ac opener.
Agnes Irwin (1-2) – Last week: No. 5. The Owls host Penn Charter Tuesday in another key Inter-Ac game.
Cape Henlopen-DE (2-0) – Last week: No. 15. The Vikings play Saturday at St. Mary’s (MD)
Cardinal O’Hara (2-1) – Last week: Unranked. The Lions, who toppled Springfield-Delco, host St. Hubert on Thursday.
Bishop Shanahan (0-1) – Last week: No. 14. The Eagles host Great Valley Tuesday in their Ches-Mont League opener.
Episcopal Academy (2-2) – Last week: No. 10. EA plays at Notre Dame Friday.
Under consideration: Great Valley (2-0), Haddonfield-NJ (0-0), Haverford High (2-0), Henderson (3-0), Owen J. Roberts (0-0), Penncrest (2-0), Springfield-Delco (1-1), Strath Haven (2-0), Ursuline Academy-DE (2-0), Villa Maria Academy (2-1), Wilson (2-0).