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Girls Lacrosse Top 10

04/19/2017, 9:00am EDT
By Don Benevento, SJSD

1. Moorestown, 7-1, Prev. 1: Quakers are once again dominating against South Jersey competition. Only loss is to state power Bridgewater-Raritan.

2. Lenape, 5-0, 2: Indians are solidly entrenched in the runner-up spot. Have been tested only once, but escaped with a one-goal win over Clearview.

3. Cherokee, 5-1, 4: Chiefs somehow found a way to lose to district rival Shawnee, but have met with a lot of success outside of that setback. Have a nice win over Seneca.

4. Eastern, 4-2, 6: Vikings gave Lenape a good run before sustaining a 2-goal loss. Then they bounced back to defeat Seneca.

5. Rancocas Valley, 6-2, 5, Red Devils got off to a 6-0 start, but then lost two straight. However, it’s hard to fault them for losses to Lenape and Moorestown.

6. Seneca, 3-2, 3: Golden Eagles were sailing along, but have run into recent roadblocks against two pretty good teams in Eastern and Cherokee.

 

7. Camden Catholic, 6-0, 8: Irish have yet to run into any top-flight competition, but have done what they have to do to stay undefeated.

8. Washington Twp., 4-1, NR: Minutemaids lost their first game of the season to Lenape, but they’ve been hitting on all cylinders since then.

9. Clearview, 2-3, 7: The Pioneers have played a tough schedule, and it has resulted in some hard-luck losses. All of their setbacks have been to Top 10 teams, including a one-goal loss to Lenape.

10. Ocean City, 7-1, 9: Red Raiders had a nice win over Shawnee, even though Renegades are struggling this season. Their loss is to Clearview.

 

Danielle with her mother, Lenora, after receiving Coach of the Year award
Jason Thompson teaches the campers to reach high for their goals
Game time set for 6:30 at Timber Creek High School
DiPietro also was the head coach at La Salle University.
Kyle Hines reffing game at camp.
L to R - Ed Kenney with mother, Emma, father, Bob, and brother Robbie.
Tony Paris can be seen coaching and training athletes in South Jersey
Bill Vergantino is in the University of Delaware Sports Hall of Fame
Haason Reddick speaks to campers at Camden Health & Athletic Association sponsored event Saturday

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