Week 4 girls soccer rankings

Lambert is flawless on the year and is leading the AAAAAAA polls again this week after a 6-1 victory over Milton on March 27. The Longhorns have allowed just three goals this year and put together a string of nine shutouts from Feb. 22 to March 22. Parkview is No. 2 again this week and, since losing to J.L. Mann on March 23 (2-0), it defeated Meadowcreek and Central Gwinnett, both 10-0. Lassiter has won 12-straight matches since losing to Harrison 2-1 on Feb. 5. It’s riding a string of three shutouts over Kell, Wheeler and Kennesaw Mountain since March 22. Peachtree Ridge is No. 4 after falling from No. 3. North Gwinnett is No. 5 this week after its climb from No. 7.

Johns Creek leads Class AAAAAA again this week and has not allowed a goal since a 1-0 loss to Hillgrove on March 7. Since then its won seven matches including a 3-0 victory at Cambridge on March 26. Harrison is No. 2 again this week with Dacula and Heritage-Conyers at No. 3 and No. 4, respectively. Dunwoody, a new No. 5, moved up from No. 7 as Glynn Academy fell to No. 6 from No. 5.

McIntosh lost on the road to St. Pius 4-0 on March 22 but since, it has proved its worth with a 12-0 victory on the road at Riverdale and a 6-1 victory over No. 3 Starr’s Mill at home. No. 2 Decatur is in the same spot as last week with Starr’s Mill at No. 3. Buford moved up to No. 4 this week as previous No. 4 Veterans fell to No. 5.

St. Pius X is the team to beat in Class AAAA again this week and since losing at Brookwood 1-0 on March 20, the Golden Lions beat Class AAAAA No. 1 McIntosh 4-0, Oconee County 7-0 and No. 4 Marist 2-0. A new No. 2 debuts this week with Flowery Branch moving up from No. 5. Columbus is No. 3 this week after its climb from No. 4. Marist, previously No. 2, is No. 4 this week ahead of North Oconee at No. 5.

Top-ranked Westminster responded to a 2-2 tie with Norman on March 28 with a 7-0 victory over Huntsville on March 30. Dawson County is No. 2 this week after its climb from No. 5. Greater Atlanta Christian, previously No. 2, is No. 3 this week. Pike County fell from No. 3 to No. 4 this week and Jackson County moved from No. 6 to No. 5.

Class AA remained the same this week with Vidalia leading the way. St. Vincent’s is No. 2 and Bremen is No. 3. Lamar County and Screven County round out the top-5. The same in Class A with First Presbyterian leading No. 2 Wesleyan, No. 3 Pinecrest Academy, No. 4 Brookstone and No. 5 Athens Academy again this week.


1. Lambert
2. Parkview
3. Lassiter
4. Peachtree Ridge
5. North Gwinnett
6. Roswell
7. Brookwood
8. Mill Creek
9. East Coweta
10. Hillgrove


1. Johns Creek
2. Harrison
3. Dacula
4. Heritage-Conyers
5. Dunwoody
6. Glynn Academy
7. Houston County
8. Creekview
9. Alexander
10. Cambridge


1. McIntosh
2. Decatur
3. Starr’s Mill
4. Buford
5. Veterans
6. Warner Robins
7. Union Grove
8. Riverwood
9. Arabia Mountain
10. Grady

Class AAAA

1. St. Pius X
2. Flowery Branch
3. Columbus
4. Marist
5. North Oconee
6. Blessed Trinity
7. Spalding
8. Woodward
9. White County
10. Eastside

Class AAA

1. Westminster
2. Dawson County
3. Greater Atlanta Christian
4. Pike County
5. Jackson County
6. Lovett
7. Lumpkin County
8. Jefferson
9. Pierce County
10. Pace Academy

Class AA

1. Vidalia
2. St. Vincent’s
3. Bremen
4. Lamar County
5. Screven County
6. Model
7. Harlem
8. Fitzgerald
9. Berrien County
10. Union County

Class A

1. First Presbyterian
2. Pinecrest Academy
3. Wesleyan
4. Brookstone
5. Athens Academy
6. Savannah Country Day
7. Providence Christian
8. Eagle’s Landing Christian
9. Stratford Academy
10. Paideia

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