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NSCAA High School Fall Girls Top 25
October 11th, 2013 3:37AM

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[WEEKLY RANKINGS]  Exeter (N.H.) improved its winning streak to 34 games and remained No. 1 in the NSCAA High School Fall Girls Top 25. Northport (N.Y.) moved up eight spots to No. 2. For the complete Top 25 rankings ...

NSCAA High School Fall Girls Top 25:
RANKING SCHOOL PREVIOUS W-L-T
1 Exeter (Exeter, N.H.) 1 10-0-0
2 Northport (Northport, N.Y.) 10 9-0-0
3 Northern Highlands (Allendale, N.J.) 5 6-0-0
3 Maria Carillo (Santa Rosa, Calif.) 4 10-0-1
5 Houston (Germantown, Tenn.) 2 15-0-1
6 Rocky River (Rocky River, Ohio) 6 13-0-1
7 Cumberland Valley (Mechanicsburg, Pa.) 9 15-0-0
8 Central Catholic (Lawrence, Mass.) 7 10-0-0
9 Our Lady of Good Counsel (Olney, Md.) 9 7-0-4
10 Twinsburg (Twinsburg, Ohio) 12 12-0-1
11 Jesuit (Portland, Ore.) 14 8-0-1
12 Falmouth (Falmouth, Maine) 13 7-0-0
13 Neshaminy (Langhorne, Pa.) 17 12-0-0
13 Monroe-Woodbury (Monroe, N.Y.) NR 11-0-0
15 Sacred Heart Academy (Louisville, Ky.) 15 13-0-3
16 Carmel (Carmel, Ind.) 19 12-1-3
17 Montgomery (Santa Rosa, Calif.) 23 11-1-0
18 Massapequa (Massapequa, N.Y.) 22 8-0-0
19 Champlain Valley Union (Hinesburg, Vt.) 21 10-0-0
20 McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.) 25 6-1-2
21 Lenape (Medford, N.J.) NR 8-0-1
22 Honeoye Falls Lima (Honeoye Falls, N.Y.) NR 11-0-0
23 Alta (Sandy, Utah) 25 13-1-0
24 Walsh Jesuit (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio) NR 9-0-3
25 Winfield (Winfield, W.Va.) 20 16-1-0


1 comment
  1. Cesar Sastre
    commented on: October 11, 2013 at 11:11 a.m.
    Not one Florida team in the top 25 for boys or girls?? Are you kidding me? This has to be an oversight.

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