FAB 50 High School Soccer Team Rankings

The fall season includes the following states: California (fall sections only), Connecticut, D.C., Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia (private), Washington, West Virginia.

The rankings are compiled by high school rankings editor Sheldon Shealer.

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Rank (Prev.) School Record
1 (1) Northern Highlands Allendale, NJ 16-0-0
Northern Highlands received goals from four players en route to a 4-0 victory over Ridgewood in the Bergen County semifinal. The Highlanders' victory sets up a clash with Immaculate Heart Academy for the county title. Earlier in the week, Georgetown commit Casey Richards scored twice in the team's 4-0 win over SIMA FAB 50-ranked Ramapo.
2 (2) McDonogh School Owings Mills, MD 10-0-0
North Carolina State commit Kia Rankin and junior standout Kori Locksley, an Auburn commit, scored the goals as McDonogh posted a shorthanded win over Notre Dame Prep to wrap up regular season play. North Carolina commit Bridgette Andrzejewski was issued a red card while the match was scoreless. Andrzejewski will miss the team's first postseason match later this week.
3 (3) Davis Kaysville, UT 20-0-0*
Season Complete. Utah Class 5A state champion.
School Facts: Public, 2,375 students, grades 10-12.
NOTES: Junior midfielder and BYU commit Mikayla Colohan scored on an assist from sophomore and fellow BYU commit Olivia Wade as Davis capped a perfect season with a 1-0 state final win over Weber. The win marked a second straight state title for Davis and ran the program's win streak to 24 matches.
4 (4) Walsh Jesuit Cuyahoga Falls, OH 15-0-1
Walsh Jesuit opened postseason play with a 7-0 win over Warren Harding.
5 (5) Cumberland Valley Mechanicsburg, PA 19-0-0
North Carolina commit Rachael Dorwart scored twice as Cumberland Valley defeated Hershey 3-1 for a Mid-Penn Conference title.
6 (6) Houston Germantown, TN 19-0-0
Houston netted 19 goals in three playoff wins last week, sending this team into this week's eight-team state tournament.
7 (7) Maria Carrillo Santa Rosa, CA 15-2-0
Santa Clara commit Madison Gonzalez record hat tricks in both of Maria Carrillo's wins last week.
8 (8) Somers Lincolndale, NY 17-0-0
Vanderbilt commit Hannon Eberts scored three goals and Connecticut commit Melina Couzis added a goal and one assist as Somers defeated Sleepy Hollow 5-0 in playoff match.
9 (9) Glastonbury Glastonbury, CT 14-0-0
Glastonbury shut out Weaver and Farmington last week to remain perfect on the season.
10 (10) St. Joseph Trumbull, CT 14-0-0
St. Joseph netted 13 goals in rolling up one-sided wins over Norwalk and Bridgeport Central last week.
11 (11) Ridge Basking Ridge, NJ 15-0-0
Shannon Keefe scored three goals as Ridge defeated Hillsborough 4-0 in the Somerset County Tournament semifinals.
12 (12) Colts Neck Colts Neck, NJ 15-0-1
Penn State commit Frankie Tagliaferri scored two goals and assisted on two others as Colt Neck handled Brick 6-0.
13 (13) Montgomery Santa Rosa, CA 16-1-0
Emma Orosz and Cindy Artega each scored twice as Montgomery defeated Santa Rosa 5-0 to highlight a two-win week.
14 (14) Perrysburg Perrysburg, OH 15-0-1
Perrysburg routed Start 9-0 in the first round of postseason play last week.
15 (15) Medina Medina, OH 14-0-3
Medina rolled up a 10-0 victory over Firestone in the first round of playoff action for the Bees.
16 (17)
Whitman-Hanson Whitman, MA 15-0-0
Lauren Bonavita capped Whitman-Hanson's three-win week with a hat trick in the team's 5-2 victory over Weymouth.
17 (18)
Central Bucks East Doylestown, PA 17-0-1
Bri Talbot scored a pair of goals to highlight the team's offensive performance in last week's 4-0 victory over Upper Dublin.
18 (19)
Commack Commack, NY 16-0-0
Ellie Gregory scored the only goal as Commack got past Ward Melville 1-0 to complete a 14-0 run through Suffolk County League I. Keeper Sam Mills has 14 shutouts.
19 (20)
Penn Mishawaka, IN 21-0-2
Florida State commit Kristina Lynch scored twice and keeper Mackenzie Wood recorded her 19th shutout as Penn handled defending state champion Fishers 3-0 in the state semifinals. The win sends Penn into a state final clash with Brebeuf Jesuit this week.
20 (21)
Immaculate Heart Academy Twp. of Washington, NJ 13-3-1
Kimberly Mains came up with two saves in the shootout as IHA held off Ramapo in the Bergen County Tournament semifinals. IHA will face top-ranked Northern Highlands this week.
21 (22)
Summit Bend, OR 12-0-1
Six players scored as Summit rolled Bend 6-0 to claim a fourth straight Intermountain Conference title.
22 (23)
Northport Northport, NY 13-0-0
Cybele Laisney scored the only goal as Northport defeated Lindenhurst 1-0 last week.
23 (25)
Brebeuf Jesuit Indianapolis, IN 21-2-1
Hope Solo and Mia Hamm gave shout-outs to Brebeuf Jesuit last week in the run up to their state playoff matches. And the Braves, coached by former U.S. National Team player Angela Berry-White, delivered with wins over Center Grove and Castle. Wake Forest commit Ryanne Brown, a junior, scored four goals and had one assist in the outings.
24 (34)
Eastern Voorhees, NJ 17-1-1
Rutgers commit Amirah Ali scored her 31st goal of the season, adding to her school record, as Eastern defeated Cherokee in the South Jersey Soccer Coaches Association semifinals.
25 (31)
Seattle Prep Seattle, WA 14-0-1
Mackenzie Floyd scored the team's only goal in a 1-0 win over Lakeside. Earlier in the week, Southern Cal commit Jalen Woodward had two goals and one assist in Seattle Prep's 7-0 victory over Ballard.
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