FAB 50 High School Soccer Team Rankings

The fall season includes the following states: California (fall), 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.
Rank (Prev.) School Record
1 (1) Northern Highlands Allendale, NJ 15-0-0
Madison Kahn scored the lone goal as Northern Highlands got past Ridgewood 1-0 in the Bergen County Tournament semifinals Sunday, setting up a showdown with No. 4 Immaculate Heart Academy for the county title. After that match, both teams will go separate ways in the playoffs without a chance at a rematch.
2 (2) McDonogh School Owings Mills, MD 13-0-0
McDonogh capped a perfect regular-season showing with a 3-1 win over Archbishop Spalding last week.
3 (3) Maria Carrillo Santa Rosa, CA 18-0-1
Four of the team's five goals were scored by juniors last week, showing Maria Carrillo -- already an established fall power -- likely will remain a national title contender in 2015.
4 (4) Immaculate Heart Academy Twp. of Washington, NJ 16-0-0
Rebecca Jarrett scored the goal and goalkeeper Taylor Lupi made it stand as IHA got past Ramapo 1-0 in the Bergen County Tournament semifinals.
5 (5) Walsh Jesuit Cuyahoga Falls, OH 18-0-1
Halle Stelbasky and Jaclyn Audino each scored twice as Walsh Jesuit routed former FAB 50-ranked Hudson 7-0 in the district final.
6 (7)
 
Seneca Valley Harmony, PA 20-0-0
Emily Wagner netted a pair of goals as Seneca Valley remained perfect with a 3-0 playoff win over Fox Chapel.
7 (8)
 
St. Anthony's Melville, NY 14-0-1
St. Anthony's was idle last week.
8 (11)
 
Houston Germantown, TN 18-0-2
Gabby Little and Robyn Panella scored second-half goals as Houston put away Bartlett 4-0 to earn a spot in this week's state quarterfinals.
9 (9) Massapequa Massapequa, NY 11-1-3
Massapequa's regular-season ending 1-1 tie with Calhoun meant nothing in terms of the league standings, but did allow Houston (Tenn.) to leap over the defending New York champs in this week's SIMA FAB 50.
10 (14)
 
Issaquah Issaquah, WA 11-1-1
Lyrik Fryer and Devan Talley scored the goals as Issaquah defeated Skyline 2-1 last week to snag the No. 1 ranking in Washington and move up in this week's SIMA FAB 50. Issaquah and Skyline will meet again next week for the conference title.
11 (15)
 
Bishop Ahr Edison, NJ 16-0-0
Lindsey Scarmozzino had quite a week. The senior midfielder scored three of her 10 goals on the season last week, then promptly committed to Marist.
12 (16)
 
Cumberland Valley Mechanicsburg, PA 20-0-2
Jen Falconer scored two goals and assisted on a third as Cumberland Valley routed Red Land 5-0 to advance to the District 3-AAA semifinals. Rachael Dorwart also scored twice. Since District 3 is granted four spots in the 16-team state tournament, Cumberland Valley will advance to the state tournament regardless what happens this week. Interestingly, if Cumberland Valley finishes first or third in the district, it will be placed in the West part of the draw, meaning an earlier possible meeting with No. 6 Seneca Valley, of the Pittsburgh area, next week. If CV places second or fourth, it heads to the East side of the playoff draw where it could play No. 14 Pennsbury, from Suburban Philadelphia, next week.
13 (17)
 
West Jessamine Nicholasville, KY 20-1-3
Three players scored as West Jessamine defeated Boyle County 3-1 in the region final last week. The Colts advance to this week's state tournament and a possible rematch with No. 15 Sacred Heart.
14 (20)
 
Pennsbury Fairless Hills, PA 16-0-3
Sophomore Mary Webb scored the lone goal as Pennsbury started postseason play with a 1-0 win over Downingtown West.
15 (21)
 
Sacred Heart Academy Louisville, KY 20-2-0
Lauren Haas scored the lone goal in regulation before Sacred heart needed penalty kicks to edge Assumption for the region final.
16 (22)
 
Carmel Carmel, IN 18-1-3
Indiana has one of the more unique playoff structures as it requires teams to play what amounts to the state quarterfinals and semifinals on the same day, then take a weeklong break before the final is contested. On Saturday, Carmel blanked Center Grove 2-0 and Castle 3-0 -- with underclassmen scoring every goal -- to advance to this week's state final against Fishers.
17 (23)
 
Centerville Centerville, OH 18-0-0
Centerville edged Ursuline Academy in penalty kicks to win the district title and advance to the regional clash with state-ranked Turpin.
18 (24)
 
Kentridge Kent, WA 11-1-1
Maya Gutierrez served up a pair of assists as Kentridge handled league rival Kent Meridian 5-1 last week.
19 (25)
 
Acton-Boxborough Acton, MA 16-0-1
Acton-Boxborough pinned a 2-1 defeat on Lincoln-Sudbury last week, marking AB's second win over the fellow Boston-area power this season. AB is the top-ranked team in the Boston Globe Top 20.
20 (26)
 
Brebeuf Jesuit Indianapolis, IN 22-1-0
Season Complete. Indiana Class AA region runner-up.
School Facts: Private, 775 students, grades 9-12.
NOTES: Brebeuf Jesuit's perfect run ended with a 3-1 loss to Carmel in the region final. That result came just days after Brebeuf Jesuit defeated Avon in the region semifinal. Michigan commit Reilly Martin ended the season with 29 goals and 27 assists. Brebeuf Jesuit outscored its opponents 115-18, and posted key wins over Avon, Center Grove, Zionsville, Mount Notre Dame (Ohio) and Notre Dame Academy (Ky.).
21 (27)
 
Fishers Fishers, IN 15-1-6
The entire Indiana high school season had to play out before the obvious was confirmed -- the Indianapolis-area dominance of the sport on the state level. Fishers shut out Lake Central and Fort Wayne Carroll to earn a spot opposite of Carmel in this week's state final. The Fishers-Carmel final guarantees the large-school state title will be won by an Indianapolis-area program for the 15th time in the last 21 seasons.
22 (43)
 
Dublin Coffman Dublin, OH 12-1-6
Dublin Coffman won its fifth district title in six years in bizarre fashion last week. Coffman, which had allowed only six goals and had scored more than two goals only three times during the regular season, jumped out to a 5-2 lead and had to hang on for a 5-4 win over Thomas Worthington in the district final.
23 (30)
 
Eagan Eagan, MN 19-0-1
Junior Jade King, who has committed to Texas Tech, had a goal and one assist as Eagan defeated Hopkins 3-0 in the state quarterfinals.
24 (29)
 
Villa Joseph Marie Holland, PA 16-1-0
Villa Joseph Marie was idle last week.
25 (31)
 
Walt Whitman Bethesda, MD 12-0-0
Walt Whitman was idle last week.
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