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June 27, 2016 — The final Top 50

This is the first time we’ve had weekly Top 10s for girls’ lacrosse. Hence, this is our inaugural Top 50. As it should, Owings Mills McDonogh (Md.) leads the list. This group has been plunging forward, making history every game out. They are an amazing group of players as well as people, and I’m continuously amazed at the parallels you can draw between this program and Voorhees Eastern (N.J.) field hockey.

After a latte mug of Cafe Caribe, here’s our attempt at a Top 50:

1. Owings Mills McDonogh (Md.) 22-0
2. Garden City (N.Y.) 21-1
3. Syracuse Christian Brothers Academy (N.Y.) 20-0
4. Darien (Conn.) 19-1-1
5. Alexandria St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes (Va.) 25-1
6. Manchester Valley (Md.) 19-2
7. Westwood (Mass.) 24-1
8. Novato (Calif.) 24-0
9. Summit (N.J.) 22-1
10. Ridgewood (N.J.) 19-2
11. Mount Sinai (N.Y.) 18-3
12. Alexandria Bishop Ireton (Va.) 20-4
13. Tredyffrin Conestoga (Pa.) 24-1
14. Baltimore Roland Park (Md.) 14-4
15. Manchester (Md.) Valley 19-1
16. Upper Arlington (Ohio) 22-0
17. Newtown Square Episcopal Academy (Pa.) 23-5
18. Denver Colorado Academy (Colo.) 18-0
19. Olney Good Counsel (Pa.) 18-3
20. Lewes Cape Henlopen (Del.) 17-1
21. Cockeysville Dulaney (Md.) 17-3
22. Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.) 17-1
23. Norwell (Mass.) 23-3
24. Wantagh (N.Y.) 15-3
25. Rosemont Agnes Irwin (Pa.) 19-6
26. Walton (Ga.) 17-5
27. Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.) 12-6
28. Wilmette Loyola Academy (Ill.) 23-5
29. Glenelg (Md.) 17-3
30. Needham (Mass.) 20-3
31. Sykesville Century (Md.) 11-5
32. Suffern (N.Y.) 13-5
33. Windsor Loomis Chaffee (Conn.) 17-0
34. Marriottsville Marriotts Ridge (Md.) 14-2
35. Bridgewater-Raritan (N.J.) 21-1
36. Milton (Ga.) 19-3
37. St. John’s Bartram Trail (Fla.) 19-6
38. Leonardtown (Md.) 19-1
39. Camillus West Genesee (N.Y.) 15-2
40. South Huntington St Anthony’s (N.Y.) 15-4
41. New Canaan (Conn.) 19-4
42. San Francisco St. Ignatius (Calif.) 19-5
43. Rumson-Fair Haven (N.J.) 25-2
44. Hingham Notre Dame Academy (Mass.) 19-4
45. Newfield Middle Country (N.Y.) 16-2
46. Vero Beach (Fla.) 19-5
47. Yorktown (N.Y.) 17-6
48. Manhasset (N.Y.) 13-4-1
49. Severna Park (Md.) 14-2
50. Pittsford (N.Y.) 18-3

And bear in mind: Birmingham Oak Mountain (Ala.) 16-4, Fresno McLane (Calif.) 16-1, Santa Ana Mater Dei (Calif.) 21-0, San Diego Torrey Pines (Calif.) 20-2, Canton (Conn.) 17-3, Eagle (Idaho) 13-1, Winnetka New Trier (Ill.) 19-5, Fishers Hamilton Southeast (Ind.) 16-2, Louisville Kentucky Country Day (Ky.) 22-3, Oakland Messalonskee (Maine) 16-1, Kennebunk (Maine) 15-0, Glenelg (Md.) Country 19-0, Rockford (Mich.) 20-2, Eden Prairie (Minn.) 18-1, Kansas City St. Teresa’s Academy (Mo.) 17-3, St. Louis Cor Jesu (Mo.) 20-1, Reno Galena (Nev.) 16-0, Exeter Phillips Academy (N.H.) 15-1, Souhegan (N.H.) 16-4, Portmouth (N.H.) 16-4, Laconia (N.H.) 17-2, Summit Oak Knoll (N.J.) 19-6, Charlotte (N.J.) Country Day School 20-1-1, Raleigh Cardinal Gibbons (N.C.) 22-0, Massilon Jackson (Ohio) 20-1, Lake Oswego (Ore.) 15-3, Providence Moses Brown (R.I.) 16-1, South Kingstown (R.I.) 16-0, Charleston Bishop England (S.C.) 16-1, Memphis Hutchison (Tenn.) 19-3, Houston St. John’s (Tex.) 20-2, Park City (Utah) 15-2, Bennington Mount Anthony Union (Vt.) 15-2, Chelsea (Vt.) 17-3, Fairfax James W. Robinson Secondary (Va.) 22-0, Sterling Potomac Falls (Va.) 19-1, Purcellville Woodgrove (Va.) 18-3, Sammamish Eastside Catholic (Wash.) 16-0, Fairmont (W.Va.) 20-2, Hartland Arrowhead (Wisc.) 16-6

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