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Girls’ soccer Top 10: Spalding is the new No. 1 after perfect start

By Kyle Melnick, 09/24/19, 12:00PM EDT


DCSAA Holds 4 Spots on the Washington Post HS Top 10

1. Spalding (6-0) Last ranked: 2
Midfielder Courtney Corcoran scored twice in the Cavaliers’ 3-2 win over Mercy.

2. St. John’s (5-0) LR: Not ranked
The 2017 WCAC champions beat Bishop Ireton and Paul VI last week.

3. Georgetown Day (5-0) LR: NR
Junior Marleigh Ausbrooks scored two goals in the Grasshoppers’ 4-3 win against Wilson.

4. Northern (5-0) LR: NR
Forward Rachel Deresky scored four times in the Patriots’ 6-0 win over McDonough.

5. Huntingtown (5-0) LR: NR
Junior Katy Przybocki notched a hat trick in the Hurricanes’ 5-0 victory over Lackey.

6. Severna Park (4-0-1) LR: 6
The Falcons beat Meade, 5-0, before tying Broadneck.

7. Calvert (6-0-1) LR: 7
London Lewis and Kayleigh Venis recorded hat tricks in the Cavaliers’ 15-0 win over Westlake.

8. South River (4-0-1) LR: NR
The Seahawks defeated Meade, 6-0, last week.

9. Georgetown Visitation (4-1) LR: 10
The Cubs jumped out to a 2-0 first-half lead in their 3-1 win over Elizabeth Seton.

10. Sidwell Friends (4-1) LR: 1
In overtime, the Quakers took down Flint Hill, 3-2.

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