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Nov. 2, 2021 — Top 10 for the week of Oct. 31

A number of state titleists have already been crowned in the last seven days, but there are plenty more left to be identified across the country. While there are a lot of favorites at the top of the brackets, there are plenty of uneasy heads on which crowns are already placed. But that’s why you play the game, to create champions.

Our honorary No. 11 Team of the Week are the Portsmouth (N.H.) Clippers. This team won the school’s first New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association title since 1982 with a 6-0 win over Goffstown (N.H.).

1. Delmar (Del.) 14-0
Wildcats end regular season Thursday, but an enormous conference championship game takes place Saturday against Lewes Cape Henlopen (Del.)

2. Emmaus (Pa.) 22-0
Hornets play tomorrow night against Easton (Pa.), a side which has given Emmaus a little trouble this season; the last game was a 2-1 Hornet win

3. Virginia Beach Frank W. Cox (Va.) 14-0
Falcons take on Virginia Beach Kempsville (Va.) in a VHSL Class 5 Region A “tipping point” game tomorrow

4. Newtown Square Episcopal Academy (Pa.) 13-1
Churchwomen have Villanova Academy of Notre Dame de Namur (Pa.) this afternoon

5. Pottstown Hill School (Pa.) 15-1
Beat Mercersburg (Pa.) Academy 6-0 to remain unbeaten in Mid-Atlantic Prep League play

6. Northport (N.Y.) 17-0
Tigers take on East Setauken Ward Melville for the NYSPHSAA Section XI Class A title

7. Kingston Wyoming Seminary (Pa.) 17-2
Knights took on Lehman Lake-Lehman (Pa.) in the PIAA District 2 Class A tournament last evening

8. Voorhees Eastern (N.J.) 18-2
Vikings take on Marlton Cherokee (N.J.) in the NJSIAA Group IV South quarterfinals

9. Lower Gwynedd Gwynedd-Mercy Academy (Pa.) 15-2-1
GMA faces Pennsburg Upper Perkiomen (Pa.) in the PIAA District 1 Class A semifinal today

10. Hummelstown Lower Dauphin (Pa.) 18-0-1
Falcons face West Lawn Wilson (Pa.) in a PIAA District 3 Class AAA semifinal tomorrow

11. Portsmouth (N.H.) 18-1
Clippers tied a state record for goals scored in a state final when the team rang up six in a shutout victory

Who’s out: None

And bear in mind: San Diego Scripps Ranch (Calif.) 15-1-1, San Diego Canyon Hills (Calif.) 17-2, Aurora Regis Jesuit (Colo.) 15-0-1, Darien (Conn.) 15-1, New Canaan (Conn,) 16-0, Greenwich Sacred Heart (Conn.) 14-3, Lewes Cape Henlopen (Del.) 12-1, Winnetka New Trier (Ill.) 21-6-1, Louisville Sacred Heart (Ky.) 24-3, Watertown (Mass.) 18-0, Andover (Mass.) 16-0-1, Walpole (Mass.) 18-0, St. Louis Villa Duchesne (Mo.) 20-2-2, Ann Arbor Skyline (Mich.) 16-2-1, Summit Oak Knoll (N.J.) 17-3, North Caldwell West Essex (N.J.) 19-2, Akron (N.Y.) 14-0, Shrub Oak Lakeland (N.Y.) 17-0-2, Garden City (N.Y.) 13-0, Columbus Bishop Watterson (Ohio) 17-0-1, Worthington Thomas Worthington (Ohio) 16-1-1, Malvern Villa Maria (Pa.) 17-2-1, University School of Milwaukee 14-0-1, Houston Kincaid School (Texas) 14-1