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High School Girls Fall Rankings
September 19th, 2007 7:01AM

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Led by Florida State-bound Tiffany McCarty (153 career goals), St. John's College of Washington, D.C., took over as the No. 1 team in this week's NSCAA/adidas Girls National Rankings, though that should change. On Monday, St. John's fell to Villa Joseph Marie of Pennsylvania, 1-0, in an intersectional match. The Jems' goal was scored by Alysha Mallon in the 47th minute.

NSCAA/adidas Girls National Rankings
1 St. John's Coll. (Washington, D.C.) 7-0-0
2 Acton-Boxborough Regional (Mass.) 4-0-0
3 Issaquah (Wash.) 3-0-0
4 Sycamore (Cincinnati, Ohio) 10 7-0-0
5 Downingtown West (Pa.) 7-0-0
6 South Side (Rockville Centre, N.Y.) 2-0-0
7 Montgomery (Santa Rosa, Calif.) 8-0-0
8 Arch. Spalding (Severn, Md.) 5-0-0
9 Massapequa (N.Y.) 3-0-0
10 Gorham (Maine) 5-0-0
11 Strongsville (Ohio) 5-0-3
12 Pennington School (Pennington, N.J.) 4-1-0
13 Woodbury (Minn.) 9-0-1
14 Lincoln (Portland, Ore.) 4-0-0
15 Sachem East (Ronkonkama, N.Y.) 3-0-0
16 Collierville (Tenn.) 7-0-4
17 Eastern Regional (Voorhes, N.J.) 4-0-0
18 Manchester Central (Manchester, N.H.) 6-0-0
19 Alta (Sandy, Utah) 10-1-0
20 Germantown Acad. (Fort Washington, Pa.) 4-0-0
21 Shenendehowa (Clifton Park, N.Y) 2-0-0
21 Severna Park (Md.) 4-0-0
23 Marlboro (Mass.) 4-0-0
24 Eastview (Apple Valley, Minn.) 8-0-1
25 Carrillo (Santa Rosa, Calif.) 5-0-2



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