Fall FAB 50 High School Soccer Team Rankings

The fall season includes the following states: Connecticut, D.C., Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi (independent schools) 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) Portland Jesuit Portland, OR 15-0-0
Portland Jesuit opened postseason play with a 9-0 win over Forest Grove.
2 (2) St. Anthony's Melville, NY 14-0-0
Duquesne commit Brianna Passaro had five goals and one assist last week as St. Anthony's cruised to a pair of wins over league rival St. John the Baptist. Passaro had four goals in the team's 8-2 win. Nicole Gordon had three goals in the 6-0 victory.
3 (3) Medina Medina, OH 17-0-2
Tennessee commit Maria Nelson scored the winning goal as Medina edged Wadsworth in the district final. Next up is a clash with FAB 50 No. 11 Twinsburg.
4 (4) Strongsville Strongsville, OH 16-0-3
Shelby Sallee and Coley Sidloski, both underclassmen, each scored twice as Strongsville defeated Magnificat 4-1 in the district final last week.
5 (5) McDonogh School Owings Mills, MD 13-0-2
McDonogh closed out an undefeated regular season with a 5-2 win over former FAB 50-ranked St. John's (D.C.). The Eagles and No. 6 Archbishop Spalding are the top seeds in this week's IAAM A Conference tournament.
6 (6) Archbishop Spalding Severn, MD 11-0-2
Spalding handled Gerstell Academy 7-0 to finish the regular season with an undefeated record.
7 (8)
 
Northern Highlands Allendale, NJ 16-1-0
Tennessee commit Claudia Dipasupil and Katie Murray scored the goals as Northern Highlands edged Ramsey 2-1 for the program's fourth straight Bergen County tournament title.
8 (10)
 
Beavercreek Beavercreek, OH 20-0-0
Indiana commit Marcella Cash scored three goals in Beavercreek's 4-1 win over Lakota East in a district final last week.
9 (11)
 
Bridgewater-Raritan Bridgewater, NJ 16-1-0
Morgan Winchock scored a controversial goal that gave Bridgewater-Raritan a 1-0 victory over Watchung Hills in the Somerset County tournament final. Before Winchock's brilliant strike, the ball appears to go out of bounds following contact with an opposing player. Winchock, however, never stopped, a whistle never sounded and play went on, resulting in the game-winning goal.
10 (12)
 
Bishop Gorman Las Vegas, NV 22-0-0
Bishop Gorman was idle last week.
11 Twinsburg Twinsburg, OH 19-0-0
Twinsburg makes a major jump into the FAB 50 this week after defeating Hudson in the district final, just days after Hudson knocked off perennial state power Walsh Jesuit. Amy Hawersaat and Kaela Turle, both juniors, scored for Twinsburg, which captured its first-ever district title. Next up for the Tigers is a clash with Medina.
12 (14)
 
Sacred Heart Academy Louisville, KY 23-1-1
Cornell commit Ashley Durik scored twice as Sacred Heart Academy avenged its only loss with a 3-1 state Round of 16 win over Simon Kenton. SHA lost to Simon Kenton in penalty kicks earlier in the season. SHA followed that victory with a 10-0 win over North Laurel to advance to the state semifinals where it will face defending state champ West Jessamine. Reagan Nolan scored three goals against North Laurel while Durik added two.
13 (15)
 
Carmel Carmel, IN 20-1-2*
Season Complete. Indiana Class 3A state champion.
School Facts: Public, 4,930 students, grades 9-12.
NOTES: Carmel entered the season with lofty expectations and the Greyhounds delivered with a 2-1 overtime victory over Homestead in the state final. Valparaiso commit Kelsie James scored both goals in a game that Carmel dominated in every aspect except the scoreboard. Both teams converted penalty kicks in regulation before James tapped in the game-winner in the second overtime. The victory marked the 10th state title for Carmel. James, Western Kentucky commit Emily Speidel, Purdue commit Ashley Witucki, Mercer commit Elizabeth Hargis and sophomore keeper Erin Baker all received first-team all-district honors. Mississippi commit Elyse Reed was a second-team all-district selection.
14 (19)
 
Seattle Prep Seattle, WA 18-0-0
Notre Dame commit Elizabeth Franklin scored three goals and added an assist as Seattle Prep handled West Seattle 5-0 in the Metro semifinals.
15 (13)
 
Spencerport Spencerport, NY 15-0-1
Spencerport extended its undefeated streak to 63 matches, but was pushed to the edge by Mercy before winning 3-2 in overtime on an Erin Coykendall goal in the Class A District V final. The match was tied at 1 after regulation. Spencerport regained the lead in overtime as Buffalo commit Leah Wengender netted her second goal. Not to be outdone, Mercy's Emily Tabone scored her second goal to make it 2-2 before Coykendall's winner, which was assisted by Wengender.
16 (17)
 
Houston Germantown, TN 21-2-0*
Season Complete. Tennessee Class AAA state champion.
School Facts: Public, 1,900 students, grades 9-12.
NOTES: Arkansas commit Cara Young netted the lone goal as Houston edged Collierville 1-0 for the program's second straight state title. Houston has defeated Collierville in the final two years in a row. The teams met three times this season with Houston winning two of three. The Mustangs' other setback was a national clash with Northern Highlands (N.J.). Houston has won three of the last four Tennessee Class AAA state titles.
17 (18)
 
Bishop Kelly Boise, ID 22-0-0*
Season Complete. Idaho Class 4A state champion.
School Facts: Private, 800 students, grades 9-12.
NOTES: Sophomore Mia Cartwright's header in the 75th minute found the net and proved to be the deciding goal as Bishop Kelly held off Sandpoint 2-1. Cartwright's goal gave the team a 2-0 lead, and Sandpoint scoring in the closing two minutes. Evelyn Elwer scored Bishop Kelly's first goal. Bishop Kelly is riding a 64-match win streak and this team achieved the highest-ever FAB 50 ranking by an Idaho program. The senior-dominated team featured key payers Lauren Elwer, a Gonzaga commit, and Tatum Seastrand, a Boise State commit.
18 (20)
 
Mars Mars, PA 18-0-0
Pittsburgh commit Ellie Coffield netted her 20th goal of the season to carry Mars to a 1-0 win over Hampton in the WPIAL Class AAA semifinals. Mars coach Blair Gerlach recently collected his 200th coaching victory with the program.
19 (16)
 
Puyallup Puyallup, WA 14-0-2
A pair of league ties in a matter of one week has Puyallup sliding down in this week's FAB 50. Still, the undefeated squad has ample opportunity to move back up with a 4A playoff field that includes five regionally ranked opponents.
20 (21)
 
Bishop Watterson Columbus, OH 16-1-2
Emma Schossler scored twice as Bishop Watterson eliminated Westerville North 3-0 in a district final last week.
21 (22)
 
Pickerington North Pickerington, OH 14-1-3
Rider commit Camryn Dees converted a penalty kick late in the second half to lift Pickerington North to a 2-1 win over New Albany in a district final.
22 (24)
 
La Salle Academy Providence, RI 15-0-0
Samantha Hagerty scored both goals as La Salle capped a two-win week with a 2-0 victory over Bay View.
23 (23) Penn Charter Philadelphia, PA 13-1-1
Despite a league setback, Penn Charter remains in the Top 25 thanks in large part to a previous win over FAB 50 No. 24 Pennington School (N.J.), which knocked off the former New Jersey public school No. 1 team.
24 Pennington School Pennington, NJ 14-2-1
St. Joseph's commit Jaydin Avery scored two goals and Kelli Collins added one as Pennington School handled Allentown 3-0 in the Mercer County final. Pennington is undefeated in New Jersey, losing only two a pair of Pennsylvania programs. Villanova commit Kylie Daigle had an assist and defender Gianna Lucchesi, a Richmond commit, anchored the defense.
25 (7)
 
Allentown Allentown, NJ 16-1-0
Allentown's perfect season ended with a 3-0 loss to Pennington School. A bigger loss might be the fact standout player Alex Searing went down to a season-ending injury, according to NJ.com.
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