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Girls’ soccer Top 10: A tough schedule isn’t slowing down Northern

By Kyle Melnick, Washington Post; DCSAA Photo by Student, Dylan Posey , 10/15/19, 10:15AM EDT


(Records through Sunday)

1. Spalding (10-0-1) Last ranked: 1

Midfielder Sophie Thibeault scored twice in the Cavaliers’ 3-2 win over Urbana.

2. Georgetown Day (10-0) LR: 3

Junior Marleigh Ausbrooks scored in the Grasshoppers’ 1-0 win over Holy Cross.

3. Northern (11-0) LR: 4

Defender Taylor Tolson notched a hat trick in the Patriots’ 14-1 win over Thomas Stone.

4. Severna Park (10-0-2) LR: 6

The Falcons haven’t permitted a goal in six consecutive games.

5. South River (10-0-2) LR: 8

Forward Kylie Lopez scored in the Seahawks’ 1-0 win over Arundel.

6. Elizabeth Seton (6-1-1) LR: Not ranked

The Roadrunners beat St. Mary’s Ryken and O’Connell last week.

7. Quince Orchard (8-1) LR: NR

With a 1-0 victory over Richard Montgomery, the Cougars won their division title.

8. Sidwell Friends (7-1-1) LR: 10

In overtime, the Quakers beat Stone Ridge, 4-3.

9. Bethesda-Chevy Chase (9-1) LR: NR

The Barons beat Richard Montgomery and Einstein last week.

10. Huntingtown (11-1) LR: 5

Forward Annabelle Norwood recorded a goal and three assists in the Hurricanes’ 10-0 win over St. Charles.

Dropped out: No. 2 St. John’s (9-2), No. 7 Calvert (7-3), No. 9 Georgetown Visitation (6-3).

On the bubble: Good Counsel (10-2-1), St. John’s.

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