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Oct. 22, 2019 — Top 10 for the week of Oct. 20

There hasn’t been any movement in the last week in our Top 10, but there’s likely to be some going into District play in Pennsylvania as well as the end of the season in a couple of locations, and some highly-competitive games in various regions of the country.

This week’s RightToRightIsRight.com No. 11 Team of the Week are the Dexter (Mich.) Dreadnaughts, who won their first regular-season division champion with a 5-2 win over Ann Arbor Huron (Mich.)

1. Summit Oak Knoll (N.J.) 18-0
Won 10th straight Union County Tournament with a 9-0 win over Clark Johnson Regional (N.J.); Royals have outscored their opposition 121-8 this season

2. Oley (Pa.) Valley 20-0
Won fourth straight BCIAA title and now looks towards the District 3-Class A Tournament after beating West Lawn Wilson (Pa.) 3-2; outscored the opposition 133-9 this season

3. Voorhees Eastern (N.J.) 17-1
After giving up four to Kingston Wyoming Seminary, the Vikings have shut out their last five opponents; the team has outscored the opposition 141-14 this season

4. Emmaus (Pa.) 21-0
The Hornets won the East Penn Conference championship 3-1 over Allentown Parkland (Pa.) and now await a second-round opponent in the District 11-Class AAA Tournament; outscored opponents 192-8 this year

5. Gloucester (Va.) 14-0
Dukes have Warwick (Va.) and Hanover (Va.) before the work of Peninsula District play begins; Gloucester has outscored its opponents 150-0 this season

6. Delmar (Del.) 13-0
The Wildcats close the regular season with Georgetown Sussex Academy (Del.) and Wilmington Padua Academy (Del.); the Wildcats have outscored their opposition 96-3 on the season

7. Somerset-Berkley (Mass.) 16-0
The team’s four-sided front-line attack is not just Cami and Lucas Crook; Riley Durette and Jackie Rosario have contributed to the Raiders’ considerable scoring output, which is 158 goals, having conceded only two

8. Hummelstown Lower Dauphin (Pa.) 17-0-3
Now that the Falcons have won the Mid-Penn Conference Tournament, they now hold the No. 1 seed in the District 3-Class AAA Tournament

9. Palmyra (Pa.) 15-3
Cougars got a week off since they didn’t win a berth in the MPC Tournament, but are now the No. 1 seed in the District 3-Class AA Tournament

10. Virginia Beach Frank W. Cox (Va.) 14-1
Falcons beat Virginia Beach Salem (Va.) and Virginia Beach Green Run (Va.) last week; outscored the opposition 80-6 this season

11. Dexter (Mich.) 16-2-2
Dexter opens Michigan Division 1 play against Beverly Hills Detroit Country Day School (Mich.) today

Who’s out? None.

And bear in mind:  San Diego Scripps Ranch (Calif.) 13-3-1, San Diego Torrey Pines (Calif.) 17-3, San Diego Serra (Calif.) 16-1, Darien (Conn.) 13-0, Newtown (Conn.) 13-0, Greenwich (Conn.) Academy 12-1-1, Greenwich (Conn.) Sacred Heart 12-1, Louisville DuPont Manual (Ky.) 17-4-4, Louisville Sacred Heart (Ky.) 18-7, St. Louis Villa Duchesne (Mo.) 16-4, Center Valley Southern Lehigh (Pa.) 19-0; Kingston Wyoming Seminary (Pa.) 16-2, Hershey (Pa.) 14-4, Newtown Square Episcopal Academy (Pa.) 12-1-1, Richmond Trinity Episcopal (Va.) 12-0