Portland Jesuit (Ore.) girls saw a pair of record-setting careers come to an end, but not before claiming a second straight SIMA FAB 50 national title.
After former No. 1 Eastern (N.J.) fell in the New Jersey Group 4 semifinals, the focus shifted to Portland Jesuit, which was made aware that two wins last week would land the program a second title in a row and a third overall. As usual, Callen Harrington and Mary Votava answered.
The Washington-bound Harrington scored two goals in a 3-0 state final win to give her the state records for goals in a season (55) and career (133). Harrington passed all-time Oregon great Tiffeny Milbrett in both categories. Notre Dame signee Votava was in goal for the shutout victory. During her four-year career, she was part of 63 shutouts and allowed only one goal the past two years combined.
Add in this was Portland Jesuit's third straight undefeated season -- a run now of 58 matches -- and it's easy to see why this team, which started the year at No. 2, again finishes No. 1.
As state tournaments for both boys and girls soccer wrapped up this past week, it allowed for a lot of ranking readjustments. Mid-Atlantic boys powers North Penn (Pa.), Walt Whitman and Salesianum (Del.) moved up in the rankings. On the girls side, the Top 10 is now complete.
This is the final week for high school fall soccer.
ALL-TIME GIRLS FALL No. 1 TEAMS
2019: Portland Jesuit (Portland, Ore.)
2018: Portland Jesuit (Portland, Ore.)
2017: Penn (Mishawaka, Ind.)
2016: Davis (Kaysville, Utah)
2015: McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.)
2014: McDonogh School (Owings Mills, Md.)
2013: Maria Carrillo (Santa Rosa, Calif.)
2012: Maria Carrillo (Santa Rosa, Calif.)
2011: Carmel (Carmel, Ind.)
2010: Walsh Jesuit (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio)
2009: Portland Jesuit (Portland, Ore.)
2008: Pennington School (Pennington, N.J.)
2007: South Side (Rockville Center, N.Y.)
2006: Walsh Jesuit (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio)
2005: Massapequa (Massapequa, N.Y.)
2004: Montgomery (Santa Rosa, Calif.)
2003: Dublin Coffman (Dublin, Ohio)
2002: Carmel (Carmel, Ind.)
2001: South Side (Rockville Center, N.Y.)
2000: Walsh Jesuit (Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio)
1999: Germantown (Germantown, Tenn.)
Now, on with the rest of the rankings ...
BIG MOVERS: BOYS: North Penn (Lansdale, Pa.). This Eastern Pennsylvania sports powerhouse delivered a state title last week to jump from No. 21 to No. 9 this week. ... GIRLS: Boyertown (Pa.). Boyertown jumpde from No. 43 to No. 22 after winning the PIAA Class 4A state title last week in a show of force from District 1-4A, which is the suburban Philadelphia region. The district advanced the maximum -- three teams -- to the state semifinals and it led to a rare all-District 1 state final.
NEWCOMERS: BOYS: No. 41 Holly Springs (N.C.), No. 44 Worthington Kilbourne (Worthington, Ohio), No. 45 Broomfield (Colo.), No. 48 Western (Las Vegas, Nev.), No. 49 John Burroughs (St. Louis, Mo.) and No. 50 Rampart (Colorado Springs, Colo.). ... GIRLS: No. 12 North Rockland (Thiells, N.Y.), No. 21 Ocean City (N.J.), No. 24 Bishop Feehan (Attleboro, Mass.), No. 29 Conestoga Berwyn, Pa.), No. 33 Fayetteville-Manlius Manlius, N.Y.) and No. 48 Northern Calvert (Owings, Md.).
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