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November 20th, 2009 9:30AM
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Brunswick (Maine) and South Side (Rockville Center, N.Y.) finished tied for the top spot in the final NSCAA High School Girls National Rankings.

Brunswick got two goals from midfielder Allison Walton in a a 3-1 victory against Thornton Academy to claim its first Maine Class A state championship since 2004.

South Side's season is not yet over. It meets Eastchester vs. South Side at SUNY Cortland in the semifinals of the New York Class A Tournament.

High School Fall Rankings  Girls
1 Brunswick (Maine) 19-0-0  
1 South Side (Rockville Center, N.Y.)  15-0-2  
3 Jesuit (Portland, Ore.) 15-1-0  
3 Medina (Ohio)  20-1-2  
5 Arch. Spalding (Severn, Md.)  20-0-1  
6 The Pennington School (Pennington, N.J.)   16-1-2  
7 Acton-Boxborough (Acton, Mass.)  19-0-0  
8 Lenape (Medford, N.J.) 21-1-0  
9 St. Agnes Acad. (Memphis, Tenn.)  17-0-4  
10 Wayzata (Plymouth, Minn.) 18-0-5  
11 Montgomery (Santa Rosa, Calif.)  22-2-1  
12 La Salle Academy (Providence, R.I.) 20-0-0  
13 John Jay East Fishkill (Hopewell Junction, N.Y.) 21-1-0  
14    Sacred Heart Acad. (Louisville, Ky.)  20-1-3  
15 Woodbury (Minn.)  21-1-1  
16 Red Bank Catholic (N.J.)  20-0-0  
17 Glastonbury (Conn.)  17-0-1  
18 Christian Brothers Acad. (Syracuse, N.Y.)  17-2-0  
19 Houston (Germantown, Tenn.)  19-1-2  
20 Downingtown West (Pa.) 21-1-1  
21 Issaquah (Wash.) 16-2-0  
22 Alta (Sandy, Utah) 17-2-1  
23 Cathedral (Indianapolis, Ind.) 19-3-3  
24 West Islip (N.Y.)  15-3-2  
25 Peabody (Mass.) 19-0-2



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