St. Stephen's & St. Agnes Soars in Nike/US Lacrosse Girls' HS Top 25

St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Va.) avenged an overtime loss to rival Bishop Ireton in last year’s state final to vault to No. 2 in the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls’ National Top 25. The Saints completed the season at 25-2 with legendary head coach Kathy Jenkins topping the 800 career wins mark along the way.

Also vaulting into the top five at the No. 5 slot is Oak Knoll (N.J.), which won the New Jersey Tournament of Champions crown, beating perennial power Moorestown 10-8 in the championship game.

Holding firm at No. 1 is McDonogh (Md.), which reclaimed the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland championship with a 5-4 victory over St. Paul’s School for Girls to complete a perfect 21-0 season.

This is the third of four monthly updates to the rankings, including Regional Top 10 lists for teams representing the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, South, Midwest and West. The final update will be July 2.

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National Top 25

Editor's Note
The final update to the Nike/US Lacrosse national and regional high school rankings will be posted on July 2.
June 11, 2019



1 McDonogh (Md.) 21-0 1
2 St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.) 25-2 12
3 Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.) 19-2 3
4 Eastport-South Manor (N.Y.) 19-1 6
5 Oak Knoll (N.J.) 24-2 16
6 Darien (Conn.) 21-2 8
7 St. Anthony's (N.Y.) 17-1 9
8 Manhasset (N.Y.) 15-3 2
9 Episcopal Academy (Pa.) 18-1 5
10 Moorestown (N.J.) 19-5 7
11 Ridgewood (N.J.) 21-1 4
12 Northport (N.Y.) 21-1 22
13 Baldwinsville (N.Y.) 19-2 18
14 Bayport Blue Point (N.Y.) 15-3 25
15 Bishop Ireton (Va.) 17-6 15
16 Georgetown Visitation (D.C.) 19-5 11
17 Milton (Ga.) 22-1 NR
18 Lake Highland Prep (Fla.) 23-2 NR
19 Severna Park (Md.) 19-1 17
20 St. Paul's (Md.) 13-10 NR
21 Fayetteville-Manlius (N.Y.) 16-4 NR
22 Garden City (N.Y.) 12-6 20
23 Mount Sinai (N.Y.) 15-3 13
24 Archbishop Spalding (N.Y.) 15-4 NR
25 Mattituck-Southold (N.Y.) 14-5 NR
Also Considered (alphabetical order): American Heritage-Delray (Fla.), Colorado Academy (Colo.), New Canaan (Conn.), Notre Dame Prep (Md.), Pittsford (N.Y.)

Nike/US Lacrosse High School Rankings
National Boys' Top 25 | National Girls' Top 25
Northeast Boys' Top 10 | Northeast Girls' Top 10
Mid-Atlantic Boys' Top 10 | Mid-Atlantic Girls' Top 10
South Boys' Top 10
| South Girls' Top 10
Midwest Boys' Top 10
| Midwest Girls' Top 10
West Boys' Top 10
| West Girls' Top 10

Northeast Top 10

1. Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.), 19-2

The Seahawks graduated the 2018 national player of the year, Sophia DeRosa, and still claimed a state title this season. They upended John Jay (N.Y.), 11-8, in the Class C state championship game to claim their second straight championship. CSH faced tough tests at every step in the postseason, which included a 5-4 win over Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.) in the Long Island Class C title game. Isabelle Vitale finished with 58 goals and 56 assists, while Caroline DeBellis added 74 goals and 19 assists. Previous: 2

2. Eastport-South Manor (N.Y.), 19-1

Ellie Masera scored four goals and Kasey Choma added three goals to help E-SM claim its first state title since 2015 with a 9-7 win over Fayetteville-Manlius (N.Y.) in the Class B championship. The Sharks also earned impressive wins over Canandaigua (N.Y.), Darien (Conn.), Mattituck-Southold (N.Y.) and Manhasset (N.Y.). Choma finished the season with 71 goals and 24 assists, and Masera chipped in 58 goals and 10 assists. Previous: 3

3. Darien (Conn.), 21-2

The Blue Wave earned a 12-6 win over rival New Canaan (Conn.) in the Class L state championship game to claim their sixth title in seven years and avenge last year’s state semifinal loss. Ashley Humphrey led Darien with three goals and one assist in the championship, as the Blue Wave collected their 18th state title overall. Previous: 4

4. St. Anthony’s (N.Y.), 17-1

The Friars capped an impressive season with a 9-7 win over Sacred Heart in the CHSAA title game on May 21. Katie DeSimone led St. Anthony’s with three goals and one assist, and Kira Accettella added two goals and one assist. The Friars’ lone loss came on April 18 against top-ranked Cold Spring Harbor. They also had wins over Garden City (N.Y.), Suffern (N.Y.), Manhasset (N.Y.), and Wantagh (N.Y.). DeSimone finished the season with 67 goals and 24 assists. Previous: 5

5. Manhasset (N.Y.), 15-3

Previously top-ranked Manhasset put together another strong campaign that ended prematurely with a 10-9 loss to eventual state champ Eastport-South Manor in the Long Island Class B title game (state quartertfinals). Manhasset’s only other two losses were to powerhouse McDonogh (Md.) and St. Anthony’s (N.Y.). Manhasset claimed Nassau Class B championship with a 13-12 win over Garden City (N.Y.) on May 30. Emma LoPinto led the Indians with 51 goals and 19 assists, while Grace Gately added 40 goals and 25 assists. Previous: 1

6. Northport (N.Y.); 21-1

Olivia Carner finished with five goals and one assist to power Northport to a 10-8 win over Baldwinsville (N.Y.) in the Class A final for the program’s first state title since 2011. The Tigers’ resume included wins over Wantagh (N.Y.), Middle Country (N.Y.), Wilton (Conn.), Pittsford (N.Y.), and Farmingdale (N.Y.). Danielle Pavinelli finished with 91 goals and 36 assists, Carner added 62 goals and 37 assists and Kate McLam had 32 goals and 33 assists. Previous: 10

7. Baldwsinville (N.Y.), 19-2

Baldwinsville came up just short in the bid for its first state title since 2000, losing 10-8 to Northport (N.Y.) in the Class A championship. Katherine Pascale led the Bees with 56 goals and 34 assists, while Emma Gebhart added 55 goals and 12 assists. B-ville’s impressive run included wins over Brighton (N.Y.), Irondequoit (N.Y.), Rush-Henrietta (N.Y.), West Genesee (N.Y.), Ithaca (N.Y.), and Penfield (N.Y.). The Bees graduate seven seniors. Previous: 7

8. Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.), 15-3

The Phantoms had a fantastic 2019 season, despite it ending with a 5-4 loss to Cold Spring Harbor in the Long Island Class C title game (state quarterfinals). B-BP earned notable wins over Mt. Sinai (N.Y.), Bishop Ireton (Va.), West Islip (N.Y.), Westhampton (N.Y.) and Mattituck-Southold (N.Y.). Ailish Kelly had 47 goals and 12 assists this season, while Jackie Mason added 28 goals and 30 assists. Previous: NR

9. Fayetteville-Manlius (N.Y.), 16-4

The Hornets advanced to the state final four for the third straight year but dropped a 9-7 decision to Eastport-South Manor in the Class B title game. Katie Shanley finished the game with two goals and one assist. She and twin sister Kiera Shanley both collected at least 90 points for the season. Anna Steigerwald also propelled the Hornets with 66 goals and 31 assists. F-M’s season included wins over West Genesee (N.Y.), Pittsford (N.Y.), Baldwinsville (N.Y.), Christian Brothers Academy (N.Y.), Skaneateles (N.Y.). and Suffern (N.Y.). Previous: NR

10. Garden City (N.Y.), 12-6

The Trojans always plays one of the toughest schedules in the country, and the postseason isn’t any easier. They ran into Manhasset in the Nassau Class B title game (sectional final) and fell 13-12. Garden City didn’t have a bad loss, as all six came against quality opponents, including Sacred Heart (N.Y.), Georgetown Visitation (D.C.), St. Anthony’s (N.Y.), and Darien (Conn.). The top wins included beating Wantagh (N.Y.), John Jay (N.Y.), and South Side (N.Y.). Ella Heaney led the Trojans with 29 goals and 36 assists, while Caitlin Cook added 51 goals and six assists. Previous: 9

— Will Cleveland

Mid-Atlantic Top 10

1.  McDonogh (Md.), 21-0

The Eagles defeated St. Paul’s School for Girls (Md.) in overtime on May 11 to win the IAAM-A conference championship. McDonogh had lost in the title game last year to snap a 198-game winning streak and run of nine consecutive conference titles, but now has come full circle under first-year head coach Taylor Cummings. The Eagles saw tremendous outputs by Kayla Abernathy, Julia Dorsey, Emma Schettig and Blair Pearre. Previous: 1

2. St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.), 25-2

The Saints captured their first Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association championship since 2016, beating Bishop Ireton (Va.) 10-6 in the final. Christina Cavallo scored a game-high four goals, goalie Emma Bradley made seven saves and head coach Kathy Jenkins now has 802 career wins. Kennan Moon finished the season with 80 goals and 31 assists. Previous: 6

3. Oak Knoll, (N.J.) 24-2

Oak Knoll defeated Moorestown (N.J.), 10-8, to claim its second ever Tournament of Champions title. Katie Duttenhofer scored a game-high four goals, and Keelin Schlageter added three goals and four draw controls with her third tally breaking a 7-7 tie in the second half to give the Royals a lead they wouldn’t lose. Oak Knoll went undefeated in its conference, winning the NJSIAA Group 1 title. Previous: 9

4. Episcopal Academy (Pa.) 18-1

Episcopal Academy clinched its third straight Inter-Ac League championship, but the Churchmen were unable to wrap up an undefeated season as they lost a close one to William Penn Charter in the PA-IAC title game. Nonetheless, EA had a tremendous season. Coach Ferri Tomaino was named PASLA Coach of the Year, and Izzy Rohr, Olivia Dirks and Devon Whitaker were named US Lacrosse All-Americans. Previous: 2

5. Moorestown (N.J.), 19-5

The Quakers fell to Oak Knoll in the Tournament of Champions final on June 7 after a stunning semifinal win over Ridgewood. Moorestown came on strong at the end of the season after battling injuries and struggling to develop a rhythm earlier in the year. They advanced to the ToC as the NJSIAA Group 3 champions. Previous: 4

6. Ridgewood (N.J.), 21-1

The Maroons’ impressive season came to an end with an 11-10 loss to Moorestown in the Tournament of Champions semifinals. They had maintained control of the top spot in the Garden State all year after beating Oak Knoll and Moorestown by a combined 10 goals during the regular season but couldn’t pull through when it mattered most. Ridgewood did finish with championship titles in their district and Group 4. Previous: 3

7. Bishop Ireton (Va.), 17-6

The Cardinals won their fourth consecutive Washington Catholic Athletic Conference title, beating Good Counsel 11-7 on May 13 as Reilly Casey scored four goals. Bishop Ireton lost in the VISAA finals to St. Stephen & St. Agnes. Previous: 8

8. Georgetown Visitation (D.C.), 19-5

The Cubs fell to St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes, 10-7, in the Independent School League final after they had beaten the Saints earlier in the season. Visitation goalie Maggie Lyons finished the season with 195 total saves, which ranks her in the Washington Post top 5, and Katie Castiello led the area in assists with 47 total. Previous: 5

9. Severna Park (Md.), 19-1

The Falcons clinched their 14th state crown and first since 2015 with a 10-5 victory over Dulaney in the Maryland 4A final. Alex Miller had three goals and Hunter Chadwick (Northwestern), who was named Player of the Year by the Capital Gazette, had two goals and an assist. Previous: 10

10. St. Paul’s School for Girls (Md.), 13-10

The Gators enter the rankings after pushing No. 1 McDonogh to overtime in the IAAM-A conference title game. They weren’t able to score the game-winner, but head coach Mary Gagnon’s team stunned two-ranked opponents, Notre Dame Prep (Md.) and Glenelg Country (Md.), in overtime to reach the championship game. Previous: NR

— Tom Peace

Lake Highland Prep stunned American Heritage Delray in the Florida state semifinals and then went on to win the state title.

South Top 10

1. Milton (Ga.), 22-1

The Eagles put together a dominating playoff run, winning five games by a combined score of 100-20 en route to a state title. Brianna Carrasquillo (82 goals, 188 draw controls), one of the most heralded players in the region, got plenty of help from a quartet of sophomores in Marleigh Sanders (42 goals, 68 assists), Maddie Dora (61 goals, 35 assists), Brie Catts (39 goals, 15 assists) and Skylar Carrasquillo (48 goals). Erin Degnan (282 draw controls) and Belle Dora (47 goals, 14 assists) also were key contributors. Previous: 2

2. Lake Highland Prep (Fla.), 23-2

The Highlanders stunned defending champion American Heritage-Delray (Fla.) in the state semifinals to avenge a 17-8 loss they suffered to the Stallions on Feb. 23. They didn’t peak there, though, and went on to beat Benjamin 11-6 for the title. LHP ended the season on a 14-game win streak, yielding six goals or fewer in each of their last seven games. Coach Chris Robinson, the former head coach of national power McDonogh (Md.), credited a tough schedule for preparing his team -- from that early loss to Delray to beating Mill Creek (Ga.), Lassiter (Ga.), Cardinal Gibbons (N.C.), Glenelg (Md.) and, perhaps most impressive, St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Va.). Previous: 4

3. American Heritage-Delray (Fla.), 22-2

Though the Stallions fell in the state semifinals, they can’t drop too far. American Heritage scored 19-plus goals in each of its first three playoff games and racked up impressive out-of-state wins over Lassiter (Ga.), Notre Dame Prep (Md.), Lake Oswego (Ore.) and Bishop Ireton (Va.). Senior Allegra Catalano (Louisville) and junior Caitlyn Wurzberger (North Carolina) excelled, with Wurzberger topping 100 goals for the fourth straight season. Previous: 1

4. Episcopal Dallas (Texas), 19-1

On May 4, the Eagles had to watch as Kinkaid School celebrated a Southwest Preparatory Conference title at their expense. Barely a week later, Episcopal Dallas got its revenge with the biggest prize of all, a state title. The Eagles blasted off to leads of 4-0 and 8-3 en route to a 14-8 win over Kinkaid. Jay Browne (Stanford) was a key part of that barrage, scoring four of her six goals in the opening 11 minutes, while Anna Winkeler helped Episcopal Dallas pull away with three goals in the first four minutes of the second half. Previous: 5

5. Cardinal Gibbons (N.C.), 18-3

After a 4-3 start, the Crusaders won their final 14 games, galvanized by the return of Ella Reaves Vaughan (Virginia) from injury. They scored 17-plus goals in all 14 wins, the first 13 coming by double-digits, before beating Charlotte Catholic, 17-10, in the state title game. Caroline Kimel (five goals, five assists) and Bailey Mutch (four goals) were dominant in the state championship game and all year, with Kimel notching 49 goals and 59 assists and Mutch putting up 55 goals and 30 assists. Previous: 6

6. Weddington (N.C.), 17-1

The Warriors couldn’t quite pull off the perfect season, falling 12-11 in overtime to Lake Norman in the third round, but it was an impressive run. Weddington beat Lake Norman twice, Charlotte Latin twice and Cardinal Gibbons and Charlotte Catholic once. Whoever assumes the vacant head coaching role next season inherits a team that went 32-2 over the past two years and is set to return 19 of 22 varsity players, including the school’s first US Lacrosse All-Americans in Jordyn Case (62 goals, 27 assists, 106 draw controls, 71 percent draws) and Meryl Johnson (47 goals, 41 assists), as well as defensive MVP Flynn Murphy (.520 save percentage). Previous: 3

7. Ravenwood (Tenn.), 16-1

It’s been the year of the Raptors. Like the NBA team, Ravenwood survived a tough test to make the finals, edging Franklin, 13-12, in the semifinals.

After the Rebels scored the game-tying goal with four seconds left to force overtime, Ravenwood responded with Andie McConnell securing the draw to start the extra period and Margaret Gleason (Radford) sending a free position shot home. In the state title game against longtime rival Brentwood, Julianna Iovine had five goals and four assists to lead the Raptors to a 17-8 win. Ravenwood boasted balanced scoring throughout its run, averaging 17.9 goals over a nine-game win streak to end the season. Previous: 8

8. Bishop Moore (Fla.), 20-2

The Hornets lost just two games all season -- both to state champion Lake Highland Prep. Their season-ending loss came in spite of a hat trick from Jessica Kranich (74 goals) and two assists from Shane O’Shaughnessy. Bishop Moore also saw a pair of players reach the century mark, one in goals (junior Kate Piscopo scored 103), the other in draw controls (junior Emma Poling notched 102). Piscopo and goalie Cami Donadio (Yale) both received All-American honors. Previous: 10

9. Kinkaid (Texas), 17-3

After the Falcons lost two of their first five games, they caught fire with 14 straight wins before falling to Episcopal Dallas in the state title game. Among the season highlights were wins over Hockaday (twice), St. John’s (twice) and Episcopal Dallas in the Southwest Preparatory Conference championship game. Previous: NR

10. Ensworth (Tenn.), 16-2

The Tigers won their last five games en route to a private-school state title. The final game was a noteworthy capper. On April 4, Ensworth lost to Harpeth Hall and it wasn’t close at 19-5, but coach Corey Donohoe said it was the best thing that could have happened to the Tigers. Five days later, they bounced back with a win over eventual public school state champion Ravenwood and got the ultimate revenge May 11 when they rallyied from a one-goal halftime deficit to beat Harpeth Hall 11-8 in the final. It was “a complete team effort,” according to Donohoe, with five scorers in the second half, including a hat trick from freshman Adelaide Mason. Previous: NR

— Jonah Rosenblum

Midwest Top 10

1. New Trier (Ill.), 21-1-2

The Trevians won their first state title since 2008 by defeating Hinsdale Central (Ill.) 12-4 on June 1. En route to the state title, New Trier defeated rival Loyola Academy (Ill.) 13-11 in the regional round, avenging its only loss of the year. Charley Meier (Harvard) played a key role during the Trevians’ tournament run. She scored 11 goals and won 25 groundballs over six postseason games. Previous: 3

2. Upper Arlington (Ohio), 20-2-2

The Golden Bears defeated New Albany (Ohio) 12-10 to claim their fifth consecutive state title. Upper Arlington’s season was highlighted by a win over Michigan state champion Rockford and a tie against Illinois state champion New Trier. Sophie Ballou scored a school-record 94 goals. Previous: 5

3. Rockford (Mich.), 13-5-2

The Rams won their seventh state title in a row by defeating Brighton 21-6 on June 8. Katie Rodriguez helped sparked the offense, scoring four times in the state final and four times in a state semifinal win over Seaholm (Mich.). Midfielder Sydney Zimmerman (Colorado) helped all year long with 65 goals, 28 assists, 39 ground balls and 99 draw controls. Previous: 2

4. Loyola Academy (Ill.), 25-2

The Ramblers failed to get past the sectional round of the playoffs, as they suffered a 15-13 loss to eventual state champion New Trier, but they were cruising until then. Loyola had beaten the Trevians during the regular season, which also was highlighted by wins over Ohio state champion Upper Arlington and Michigan state champion Rockford. Previous: 1

5. Eden Prairie (Minn.), 15-1

The Eagles face Cretin-Derham Hall (Minn.) in the state semifinals on June 11 as they edge closer to the title. Eden Prairie is coming off a 14-9 win over Chanhassen (Minn.) on June 5. Brooke Lewis has led the attack with 59 goals and 35 assists. Previous: 7

6. New Albany (Ohio), 19-4

New Albany had its state title hopes dashed by Upper Arlington in the finals on June 1, as the Eagles lost 12-10 to end an eight-game winning streak, which dated back to a 10-9 loss to Loyola Academy (Ill.) on April 25. Emily Rezabek (Ohio State) had four goals in the state title game. Previous: 6

7. Columbus DeSales (Ohio), 21-1

The Stallions won the Division II state title on June 1, defeating Chagrin Falls (Ohio) 11-3. After a one-point loss to New Albany (Ohio) to start the season, DeSales won 21 in a row, including over Division I champs Upper Arlington. Previous: 9

8. Hinsdale Central (Ill.), 20-5

The Red Devils were unable to defend their Illinois state title, losing to last year’s runner up New Trier (Ill.) by a 12-4 margin on June 1. Hinsdale Central defeated St. Charles East (Ill.) 16-8 to earn a spot in the state title game. Previous: 4

9. Glenbrook South (Ill.), 20-5

After nearly upsetting New Trier (Ill.) in the state semifinals in a one-goal loss, the Titans responded with a 21-12 win over St. Charles East (Ill.) in the state third-place game. Previous: 8

10. Carmel (Ind.), 17-3

The Greyhounds won their second straight Indiana state title by defeating Brebeuf Jesuit (Ind.) 12-7 on June 1. Sophomore Hannah Kim led the way this season with 61 goals, including three in the championship game. Previous: NR

— Justin Boggs

West Top 10

1. Colorado Academy (Colo.), 19-0

The Mustangs won their fifth straight state title, beating Cherry Creek (Colo.) 9-5 in the final to complete a second straight unbeaten season. Ella Greene scored three goals and assisted one and goalie Ella Marks made 11 saves. Colorado has won 48 straight games dating back to 2017 and continues a 74-game unbeaten streak against in-state opponents dating back to 2015. Previous: 1

2. San Ramon Valley (Calif.), 22-0

The Wolves finished off a perfect season with the North Coast Section Division I title, which had belonged to Novato for four straight years. SRV beat Amador Valley 19-9 in the final, as Tatum Geist, Alannah Scott, Lauren Iorio, Baley Smith and Catie Grace Carrington all finished with three goals. Geist had a team-leading five points. The Wolves outscored opponents 430-126 this season, including winning four playoff games by a combined score of 79-28. Previous: 2

3. St. Margaret’s (Calif.), 16-4

The Tartans ended on a 12-game winning streak capped by a 20-9 win over Palos Verdes (Calif.) in the CIF Southern Section championship for their second straight title. Campbell Case tallied five goals and two assists, Niki Miles had four goals and three assists, Jordan Miles added two goals and four assists, Maddie Barkate scored four goals with one assist and Grace Karstetter chipped in three goals and two assists. St. Margaret’s beat former No. 4-ranked Foothill-Santa Ana (Calif.) 15-11 in the Orange County final to advance. Previous: NR

4. Cherry Creek (Colo.), 17-2

The Bruins made it to their 22nd straight state final but couldn’t overcome the Colorado Academy hurdle that has prevented them from a title the past four years. Katie Collins and Morgan Haws both had two goals in the 9-5 loss. Cherry Creek avenged its other defeat to Denver East during the playoff run, winning 12-7 in the quarterfinals May 15. Previous: 3

5. Scripps Ranch (Calif.), 19-2

The Falcons claimed the CIF San Diego Open Division title with a 17-9 win over La Jolla (Calif.), a game that served as the rubbermatch between the two teams after they split during the regular season. Jolie Riedell, the San Diego Union-Tribune Player of the Year, scored five goals in the championship game. Previous: 9

6. Mercer Island (Wash.), 17-0

The Islanders won a state finals rematch against Bainbridge Island, coming back from a 7-4 deficit to win 10-9 on Emma Brodsky’s fourth goal of the day with 29 seconds left. Hannah Tiscornia, Annabelle Gersch and Eden Voss each added two goals apiece to help lead Mercer Island, which lost to Bainbridge Island by the same score in last year’s champsionship game. Previous: 7

7. Foothill-Santa Ana (Calif.), 17-2

The Knights couldn’t solve St. Margaret’s this season and suffered their second loss to the Tartans in the CIF Southern Section Orange County final. They lost 15-11 to the eventual Southern Section champions. Foothill outscored the rest of its competition 307-125 this season. Previous: 4

8. Amador Valley (Calif.), 19-4

The Dons avenged a regular-season loss to Granite Bay in the North Coast Section Division I semifinals but couldn’t do the same against San Ramon Valley in the championship and fell 19-9. Amador’s only other loss was a one-goal margin against St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.) on March 5. Previous: 10

9. Regis Jesuit (Colo.), 14-4

The Raiders nearly prevented Cherry Creek from reaching the state final for the first time since the CHSAA sanctioned lacrosse 22 years ago, but they came up just short in a 12-11 loss. Regis trailed 7-2 at halftime. Krissy Rael and Maddie Ferguson each had four goals. Three of the Raiders’ four losses came against the two state finalists. Previous: 6

10. Jesuit (Ore.), 16-5

The Crusaders avenged two of their losses en route to winning the Oregon state title, upsetting three-time defending champion Lake Oswego in the final. Grace Lee led with six goals and Ella Smith added four in the 13-12 win. Goalie Nina Mahler finished with seven saves. Lake Oswego nearly sent the game into overtime but the goal was waved off as officials determined the shot came after the buzzer. Previous: NR

— Laurel Pfahler