Spring 2018 FAB 50 High School Soccer Team Rankings

Rank (Prev.) School Record
1 (1) Notre Dame de Sion Kansas City, MO 17-0-0
Notre Dame de Sion closed out a second straight 17-0 regular season, this time posting 16 shutouts en route to the perfect record.
2 (2) St. Charles North St. Charles, IL 17-0-1
Iowa signee Hailey Rydberg scored two goals and assisted on two others as St. Charles North closed out an undefeated regular season with a 5-2 win over Batavia.
3 (5)
New Trier Winnetka, IL 18-0-2
New Trier defeated ranked Glenbrook North 3-1 and closed out an undefeated regular season with 4-0 win over Fremd.
4 (4) First Colonial Virginia Beach, VA 12-0-0
UNC Greensboro signee Isabelle Blomdahl had three goals and two assists in the team's win over Bayside. VCU commit Idelys Vazquez added a goal and three assists. Vazquez then scored twice in a win over Frank Cox, while sophomore Yasmyn Ellis scored three goals.
5 (6)
Broomfield Broomfield, CO 16-0-1
Gia Lemley and Mallory Mooney netted second-half goals as Broomfield defeated Fossil Ridge 2-0 in a Class 5A playoff match last week. The win avenges the lone blemish on Broomfield's record as the teams tied an early season meeting in April.
6 (7)
Blue Valley Southwest Overland Park, KS 14-0-1
Cassie Forcellini and Macy Ruffalo scored the goals as Blue Valley Southwest defeated Blue Valley West 2-0 to earn the program a first-ever EKL title. Forcellini and Ruffalo were among the five BVSW players named as either a position MVP or to the first team in the EKL.
7 Walled Lake Northern Commerce Township, MI 15-0-0
Michigan-bound Dani Wolfe and Michigan State-bound Ellie Rogers have provided the offensive punch as Walled Lake Northern has jumped to No. 1 in the state. The Knights vaulted to the top of the state rankings when last week's No. 1 team took a loss and No. 2 team was held to a draw.
8 (9)
Myers Park Charlotte, NC 18-0-1
Ariana Maibodi, Agatha Mitchem and Amanda Stines -- all juniors -- scored two goals each as Myers Park defeated South Mecklenburg 6-0 to start postseason play.
9 (10)
Patriot Nokesville, VA 15-0-0
Hailey Price scored the lone goal as Patriot edged FAB 50-ranked Battlefield 1-0 to capture the district regular season title and finish a perfect regular season.
10 (3)
Brookfield Central Brookfield, WI 10-0-1
A week-ending tie with unranked Kettle Moraine dropped Brookfield Central a few spots in this week's rankings.
11 (11) Grandview Aurora, CO 14-0-3
Two playoff games, two six-goal outings. And in each case, six difference goal scorers. It's all adding up to a deep Grandview squad that will make a serious run at a state title. Next up, however, is FAB 50 No. 34 Rocky Mountain.
12 (8)
James Madison Vienna, VA 11-0-2
A regular season-ending tie with Oakton bumped James Madison outside the Top 10. The district playoffs run this week.
13 (12)
Nerinx Hall St. Louis, MO 20-1-0
Butler signee Gabrielle Smith had a goal and one assist as Nerinx Hall defeated regionally ranked Eureka 2-0 last week. The performance capped a strong week for Smith, who finished with three goals and two assists in two matches.
14 (14) Naperville North Naperville, IL 15-3-4
Naperville North is 10-1-1 in its last 12 matches, and the loss is to FAB 50 No. 3 New Trier. The Huskies start postseason play this week.
15 (15) Loyola Academy Wilmette, IL 16-1-4
Loyola kicked off a three-win week with a 2-0 victory over St. Francis in a clash of state-ranked programs in what turned into a trying week for this perennial power. The Chicago Sun-Times reported Sunday that Loyola had fired its head coach.
16 (17)
Padua Academy Wilmington, DE 13-1-0
Padua went 10-0 against instate opponents in the regular season with a 53-2 scoring margin. Last week the Pandas routed Charter School and St. Mark's.
17 (18)
Broken Arrow Broken Arrow, OK 17-0-0*
Season Complete. Oklahoma Class 6A state champion.
School Facts: Public, 3,775 students, grades 9-12.
NOTES: Rebecca Garcia scored the lone goal on a 30-yard shot as Broken Arrow defeated Mustang 1-0 in the state final. Broken Arrow posted 15 shutouts and allowed only three goals all season with Kansas State commit Peyton Pearson in net and Central Arkansas signee Gracie Hair anchoring the defense.
18 (19)
Marian Bloomfield Hills, MI 12-0-1
Marian bounced back from a 1-1 draw with Mercy to defeated Divine Child 8-0. Virginia commit Jansen Eichenlaub scored three goals in the win over Divine Child.
19 (21)
Marist School Atlanta, GA 20-1-1*
Season Complete. Georgia Class AAAA state champion.
School Facts: Private, 1,100 students, grades 7-12.
NOTES: After three straight runner-up finishes to St. Pius, Marist finally turned the tables in a 2-1 win over St. Pius in this year's final. A projected showdown with Blessed Trinity did not materialize as the only team to defeat Marist during the season lost to St. Pius in the state semifinals. In the final, sophomore Liz Geeslin and junior Caroline Ross scored the goals as Marist rallied for the victory and the program's 10th state title.
20 (23)
Charlotte Latin Charlotte, NC 17-1-1
North Carolina signee Mary Elliott McCabe scored three goals and Claudia Dieker added two assists as Charlotte Latin opened postseason play with a 5-0 win over Covenant Day.
21 (25)
Deep Run Glen Allen, VA 13-0-1
Deep Run squeaked out a pair of victories last week, edging Western Albemarle 1-0 and defeating Glen Allen 2-0.
22 (41)
Parkview Lilburn, GA 22-1-1*
Season Complete. Georgia Class AAAAAAA state champion.
School Facts: Public, 2,935 students, grades 9-12.
NOTES: Neiva Gaither's school-record 37th goal put Parkview in the lead and Tesfanesh McDonald added an insurance goal in the second half as the Panthers defeated Milton 2-0 in the state final for the program's ninth state title. The title was the fifth for head coach Judson Hamby, who guided Parkview to three in a row between 2007-2009, then another title in 2013.
23 (50)
W.T. Woodson Fairfax, VA 10-0-3
Woodson closed out an undefeated regular season with wins over Thomas Jefferson and Fairfax last week.
24 (13)
Brighton Brighton, MI 11-1-1
Brighton, which defeated league rival Grand Blanc, lost a KLAA crossover match to Plymouth last week. The Bulldogs remain in first place in the KLAA Gold Division.
25 (27)
Grand Blanc Grand Blanc, MI 11-1-0
Grand Blanc posted comfortable wins over Hartland and Howell to keep pressure on first-place Brighton in the KLAA Gold Division
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