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Today, we release the latest lacrosse rankings and give you this week's tennis notebook.  


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What two schools beat the Lambert boys lacrosse team this season?

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Thursday's Answer:
The girls Bremen tennis team has won three straight region titles.

LACROSSE RANKINGS 


 

BOYS

AAAAAA

1. Lambert

2. Centennial

3. Johns Creek

4. Roswell

5. Pope

6. Mill Creek

7. North Gwinnett

8. Harrison

9. Etowah

10. Northview


 

A-AAAAA

1. Westminster

2. Lovett

3. Allatoona

4. Cambridge

5. St. Pius

6. McIntosh

7. Greater Atlanta Christian

8. Benedictine

9. Wesleyan

10. Marist


GIRLS

AAAAAA

1. Milton

2. Walton

3. Chattahoochee

4. Lassiter

5. North Gwinnett

6. Northview

7. Pope

8. Harrison

9. West Forsyth

10. Mill Creek


 

A-AAAAA

1. Cambridge

2. Westminster

3. Kell

4. Blessed Trinity

5. Creekview

6. St. Pius

7. River Ridge

8. Sprayberry

9. McIntosh

10. Lakeside-Evans


 


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Monday, April 20, 2015




LACROSSE RANKINGS

Lambert boys take top spot in AAAAAA

In crowded Class AAAAAA, the Lambert boys make their debut at No. 1 in this week's poll. With no undefeated teams left in the state's highest classification, the Longhorns took the top spot based on quality of losses this season and overall body of work. Lambert served McCallie (TN) an 11-6 defeat over the weekend after Centennial (15-13) and Johns Creek (16-6) both lost to the Blue Tornado. Lambert's only losses this year are 12-11 to No. 4 Roswell and 13-10 to No. 2 Centennial. Centennial has the two-goal loss to McCallie on its resume as well as a 16-6 blowout defeat to Johns Creek. Johns Creek has been No. 1 for most of the year but losses to Lovett (12-11), Pope (12-10) and now McCallie (16-6) give Lambert a slight edge in overall resume. 

 

The Lassiter boys lost their third straight game and Etowah replaced the Trojans in the poll at No. 9. In Class A-5A, St. Pius jumped into the top 5 and Marist slid to No. 10 after a 14-8 loss to Lovett and a 6-4 defeat to Decatur last week. 

 

The Chattahoochee girls jumped Lassiter for No. 3 in Class AAAAAA and Harrison and West Forsyth improved one position to No. 8 and No. 9, respectively. Kell took No. 3 in Class A-AAAAA and McIntosh replaced Wesleyan for No. 9.



SEE LEFT PANEL FOR RANKINGS

 


TENNIS NOTEBOOK
By Ricky Dimon

Walton sweeps Region 5-AAAAAA titles

The Walton boys won Region 5-AAAAAA this past weekend despite having three of their top seven players out of town. Alex McNeel stepped in to win his first singles match of the year and the Raiders took both doubles lines to sweep Etowah 3-0. Crews Enochs and Trevor Croyder prevailed in the top doubles slot; Raymond Zhang and Bailey Honig got the job done at No. 2. In the girls match, Walton edged Etowah 3-2 on the strength of all three singles players. Bella Kuse and Johanna Keeline dominated without losing a single game before Suzanne Zenoni survived the deciding match 4-6, 7-5, 6-2 at No. 1 singles.

 

Brookwood's boys and girls swept the Region 8-AAAAAA titles last week. The boys scraped past Parkview 3-2 in their final, getting wins from Zach Jennings, Bryan Pridgeon and Matt Blakely. Things never got quite as tricky for the Brookwood girls, who had no trouble against Parkview in part thanks to victories by Clarissa Jolley and Avery Watson. Like the Broncos and Panthers, each one of Grayson's teams qualified for the state tournament (both the boys and girls placed third). Shiloh rounds out the boys' Region 8 representatives in state, whereas Dacula is the No. 4 seed on the girls' side.

 

In Region 7-AAAAAA, North Gwinnett's girls lifted the championship trophy after finishing runner-up in both 2013 and 2014. Emma Flemming and Meghan Poole prevailed in singles for the Bulldogs, who beat Peachtree Ridge 3-1 in last week's final. The doubles team of Emma Etelalahti and Mimi Zhang provided the clinching point. Norcross got the best of Mill Creek in the third-place match and both schools will join North Gwinnett and Peachtree Ridge in the state bracket.

 

The Bremen girls capped off a third consecutive season going undefeated in Region 5-AA. In fact, the Blue Devils have now gone three straight years without dropping a single set in region play. They took care of Temple in the semifinals before cruising past Bowdon in the title match. Charli Allen, Lucy Hughes Parrish and Emily Cheshier have been leading the way for Bremen in singles; Alexis Nappi and Elizabeth Knott anchor the No. 1 doubles pairing ahead of Rachel Forrister and Hannah Love.

 

Elsewhere, Pace Academy's boys beat Lovett to triumph in Region 6-AA. In Region 4-AA, Blessed Trinity and Westminster split titles after a pair of head-to-head finals. The Blessed Trinity girls beat Westminster, but the Wildcat boys defeated the Titans.

 



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