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Today, we give you the latest girls soccer poll and continue our springs sports coverage with a look at the top lacrosse match-ups this weekend. Also, check out this week's digital 
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Girls Soccer Rankings
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Rankings Rundown
Lacrosse Notebook
Score Poll
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What team handed the Lovett girls soccer team its first loss of the season?
Today's answer can  
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Wednesday's answer:

The Harrison girls soccer team has shutout its last six opponents. 

*Rankings completed prior to last night's games 





1. Harrison

2. Grayson

3. Parkview

4. Peachtree Ridge

5. Brookwood

6. Lassiter

7. Collins Hill

8. Walton

9. Duluth

10. South Forsyth




1. Northgate

2. McIntosh

3. Starr's Mill

4. Pope

5. Heritage-Conyers

6. Flowery Branch

7. Gainesville

8. Loganville

9. Northview

10. Allatoona


Class AAAA


1. Marist

2. Veterans

3. Columbus

4. Alexander

5. Grady

6. Spalding

7. Heritage-Catoosa

8. Cass

9. Chamblee

10. Cairo


Class AAA


1. St. Pius

2. Blessed Trinity

3. Woodward Academy

4. Dawson County

5. Pike County

6. Oconee County

7. Buford

8. Cartersville

9. Decatur

10. White County


Class AA


1. Lovett

2. Greater Atlanta Christian

3. Westminster

4. Wesleyan

5. Calhoun

6. St. Vincent's

7. Armuchee

8. Jefferson

9. Vidalia

10. Dade County


Class A


1. First Presbyterian Day

2. Hebron Christian

3. Providence Christian

4. Fellowship Christian

5. Calvary Day

6. Paideia

7. Holy Innocents'

8. Pace Academy

9. Mt. Paran Christian

10. Walker



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Thursday, March 27, 2014

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Duluth debuts; Lovett protects No. 1 status



Duluth is into the Class AAAAAA rankings at No. 9 after edging South Forsyth 1-0 last Tuesday. The Wildcats' only blemish is a tie against Class AAA No. 2 Blessed Trinity. They also beat North Gwinnett 3-1 last Friday.


Columbus and Alexander swapped places in the Class AAAA rankings after Columbus thrashed

Photo by Susan Jordan

Alexander 5-1 last Friday. The Blue Devils returned one day later in a 2-0 shutout of Riverwood.


Lovett, which has a clean record aside from a tie against Grady (No. 5 in Class AAAA) and a 2-1 loss to Buford (No. 7 in Class AAA), maintained its perch atop the Class AA rankings with a 2-1 victory over Paideia last Saturday. Among the Lions' challengers is fourth-ranked Wesleyan, whose difficult schedule saw it lose to Greater Atlanta Christian 2-1 on March 11 before getting the best of Northview (ninth in Class AAAAA) 1-0 on March 13.


Paideia persevered through an eventful week, with a 3-2 loss to Fellowship Christian last Tuesday and a 3-1 win over Pace Academy last Friday prior to its setback against Lovett. The Pythons slipped to No. 6 in the Class A rankings, one spot behind Calvary Day.




By Craig Sager II
Milton, Harrison boys look to knock out top-ranked Centennial




The next three days will reveal quite a bit as lacrosse enters the back stretch of the regular season. The defending Class AAAAAA boys state champion Centennial Knights 

Photo by MiltonLax

square off with Milton on Thursday in a top 4 matchup. Centennial is coming off its first loss of the season (11-10 to Westminster) and will have to get back on track quick because its next game will be against 10-0 Harrison on Saturday. 


The 10-0 start is the best in program history and a Hoyas win over Centennial would move Harrison to No. 1 in the poll for the first time. Walton and Etowah is a great region matchup slated for Friday with two top 10 teams.



On the girls side, undefeated Kell faces two difficult out of state opponents. The 7-0 Longhorns get 6-0 Charlotte Catholic (N.C.) on Friday and 6-0 Ravenwood (Tenn.) on Saturday.

Photo by Deanna Fiveash

Eight of the Longhorns final 11 games are against teams with winning records, including Lassiter, Blessed Trinity, Westminster, Northview and Etowah. In Class AAAAAA, Roswell has a chance to get back on track Thursday against Etowah. The Hornets have dropped four-straight games against some of the top programs in the state. Milton started the losing skid with a 19-4 route, but losses to Chattahoochee, Harrison and Westminster were decided by a combined five goals. 







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