Soccer: Captain Shreve, Neville, Loyola Prep, Ascension Episcopal top girls power rankings
Area Prep Soccer Report for Wednesday, Jan. 6
The latest LHSAA power rankings are out for girls soccer.
Captain Shreve (16-0) tops the Division I power rankings. Byrd (10-1) is second with unbeaten Dominican (14-0) third. Dominican shutout Fontainebleau 3-0 Tuesday. St. Joseph’s Academy is fourth with Mount Carmel Academy fifth. Northshore is sixth with St. Scholastica seventh and Mandeville tenth.
In Division II, Neville (8-0) is No. 1 with Lakeshore (8-4-2) second. St. Thomas More (11-3-1) is third, Ben Franklin is fourth and Caddo Magnet is No. 5.
Loyola Prep (10-3-1) is No. 1 in Division III with St. Michael (13-1) second. Parkview Baptist (6-0-3) is third, University High is fourth and DeRidder is fifth.
In Division IV, Ascension Episcopal (6-1-1) is No. 1 with Christ Episcopal (4-0) second. Episcopal (6-0-1) is third with Grace Christian fourth and Ouachita Christian No. 5. Thomas Jefferson is No. 7 with Pope John Paul II ninth.
Area Prep Soccer Results from Tuesday, Jan. 5
Belle Chasse 5, St. Martin’s Episcopal 0
Ben Franklin 3, Country Day 1
Catholic (BR) 3, Holy Cross 0
Chalmette 8, Fisher 0
Destrehan 3, Newman 2
Dutchtown 3, Brother Martin 1
Fontainebleau 0, Lakeshore 0
H.L. Bourgeois 5, Hahnville 0
Jesuit 13, East St. John 0
Lusher Charter 8, Lutcher 0
Mandeville 2, St. Amant 1
Pearl River 4, Archbishop Hannan 1
Slidell 2, Pope John Paul II 1
St. Paul’s 3, Denham Springs 1
St. Thomas Aquinas 5, Christ Episcopal 0
Archbishop Hannan 7, Cabrini 0
Chalmette 2, Fisher 0
Dominican 3, Fontainebleau 0
Kenner Discovery 9, Sarah Reed 1
Lusher Charter 1, Lutcher 1
Mount Carmel Academy 5, Dutchtown 1
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