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Nov. 14, 2017 — Top 10 for the week of Nov. 12

There was such potential for change in the Top 10 this week, but, amazingly, all 10 of our teams held serve. But with championship finals in seven states plus the New England Preparatory Schools Athletic Council finals, there’s bound to be some change this coming week. Hold on tight.

Our honorary No. 11 team of the week is Franklin & Marshall. The Diplomats won their way through their quarter of the bracket to make the NCAA Division III Final Four for the first time since 1983.

1. Millersville Penn Manor (Pa.) 26-0

The Comets play Hershey today in the semifinal round of the PIAA Class AAA Tournament

2. San Diego Serra (Calif.) 23-0

Conquistadores take on San Diego Patrick Henry (Calif.) in the first round of the CIF San Diego Section Open Division Tournament play

3. Emmaus (Pa.) 25-0

Emmaus takes on Downingtown (Pa.) West today in the semifinals of the PIAA Class AAA Tournament

4. Summit Oak Knoll (N.J.) 23-0-1

Royals will play Rumson-Fair Haven (N.J.) in the semifinals of the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions

5. Mount Joy Donegal (Pa.) 25-1

Indians will play Plymouth Wyoming Valley West (Pa.), a team they only beat by an overtime goal earlier this season

6. Voorhees Eastern (N.J.) 23-0-1

Vikings scheduled to take on winner of Haddonfield-Moorestown in NJSIAA Tournament of Champions semifinals

7. Shrub Oak Lakeland (N.Y.) 22-0

Season complete: Hornets won ninth straight NYSPHSAA title with 5-0 win over Vestal (N.Y.)

8. Norfolk (Va.) Academy (Va.) 25-0

Season complete: Bulldogs beat Richmond Trinity Episcopal (Va.) in VISAA Division I final

9. Oley (Pa.) Valley 24-1

Lynx will have a skilled Kingston Wyoming Seminary (Pa.) to play in order to get to the PIAA Class A final

10. Delmar (Del.) 15-0

Delmar has scored 122 goals in their last 11 games; has Felton Lake Forest (Del.) in semifinals of the DIAA Division II tournament

11.  Franklin & Marshall 18-3

Diplomats take on Middlebury this Friday at Bellarmine for a shot at the national final

Who’s out: None

And bear in mind: Los Gatos (Calif.) 17-0-1, Monument Palmer Ridge (Colo.) 16-1-1, Enfield (Conn.) 18-0, Greenwich (Conn.) Academy 16-1, Greenwich Sacred Heart (Conn.) 17-2, Lake Forest (Ill.) 22-2, Christian Academy of Louisville (Ky.) 22-5-2, Louisville Assumption (Ky.) 19-7, Andover (Mass.) 20-0-1, St. Louis Villa Duchesne (Mo.) 27-2, Rumson-Fair Haven (N.J.) 21-2-1, Moorestown (N.J.) 18-3, Plymouth Wyoming Valley West (Pa.) 18-4, Kingston Wyoming Seminary (Pa.) 19-2, Downingtown (Pa.) West 24-0,  Malvern Villa Maria (Pa.) 22-1, Chantilly Westfield (Va.) 24-0, Virginia Beach First Colonial (Va.) 19-3


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