No change at top of Louisiana boys soccer rankings

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Once again, Jesuit, Holy Cross, Lusher Charter and Episcopal of Acadiana remain the top-ranked teams in the new Louisiana High School Soccer Coaches Association rankings for the week of Monday, Jan. 18 through Sunday, Jan. 24.

Jesuit remains on top in Division I, garnering seven first place votes. Catholic of Baton Rouge received the other three first-place votes and is second with St. Paul’s third. Denham Springs is fourth and Captain Shreve is fifth. Brother Martin is ninth with Mandeville tenth.

Holy Cross is No. 1 in Division II with Ben Franklin second. St. Thomas More is third with Benton fourth and East Jefferson fifth. Bonnabel is seventh with Belle Chasse tenth.

Lusher Charter is still on top in Division III with the Lions getting seven first-place votes. University Lab is second with two first-place votes. Loyola Prep is third with Parkview Baptist fourth and E.D. White Catholic is No. 5.

Episcopal of Acadiana received six first-place votes and is No. 1 in Division IV. Pope John Paul II got two first-place votes and is second with Northlake Christian third, Episcopal fourth and Newman at No. 5. Country Day is eighth with St. Thomas Aquinas ninth.

Here are your LHSSCA rankings for the week of Jan. 18-Jan. 24:

DIVISION I
1 Jesuit [7] 147
2 Catholic – B.R. [3] 143
3 St. Paul’s 126
4 Denham Springs 110
5 Captain Shreve 108
6 St. Amant 99
7 Byrd 92
8 Dutchtown 91
9 Brother Martin 65
10 Mandeville 60

Others receiving votes:
Sulphur 47
Southside 36
Alexandria 14
Zachary 14
West Jefferson 13
Baton Rouge 11
Acadiana 10
Destrehan 7
Airline 3
H.L. Bourgeois 2
Archbishop Rummel 1
Pineville 1

DIVISION II
1 Holy Cross [8] 120
2 Ben Franklin 109
3 St. Thomas More 104
4 Benton 89
5 East Jefferson 88
6 Caddo Magnet 75
7 Bonnabel 71
8 Parkway 66
9 South Terrebonne 59
10 Belle Chasse 32

Others receiving votes:
Lakeshore 30
Neville 28
Archibishop Shaw 26
McKinley 20
Riverdale 16
Beau Chene 14
Live Oak 4
Terrebonne 3
Liberty 3
Haughton 2
Northwood – Shrev. 1

DIVISION III
1 Lusher Charter [7] 133
2 University Lab [2] 128
3 Loyola Prep 112
4 Parkview Baptist 107
5 E.D. White Catholic 98
6 North Vermilion 93
7 Vandebilt Catholic 84
8 St. Louis Catholic 71
9 Bossier 60
10 David Thibodaux 46

Others receiving votes:
St. Michael 43
N.O. Military & Maritime 31
Teurlings Catholic 29
West Feliciana 22
Archbishop Hannan 10
Cecilia 6
Haynes Academy 3
DeRidder 2
Leesville 2

DIVISION IV
1 Episcopal of Acadiana [6] 117
2 Pope John Paul II [2] 113
3 Northlake Christian 105
4 Episcopal 92
5 Newman 90
6 Catholic – N.I. 68
7 Holy Savior Menard 67
8 Country Day 59
9 St. Thomas Aquinas 50
10 Calvary Baptist 36

Others receiving votes:
Dunham 35
Ascension Episcopal 23
St. Frederick 22
Ouachita Christian 20
Glenmora 19
Rapides 14
Christ Episcopal 9
Westminster Christian 9
St. Martin’s Episcopal 6
Ascension Christian 4
Lafayette Christian 1
Grace Christian 1

Area Prep Soccer Results for Monday, Jan. 18

Boys
Ben Franklin 3, Northlake Christian 0
Destrehan 2, Episcopal 2

Girls
Dominican 7, Baton Rouge 0

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