St. Scholastica, St. Thomas More, Vandebilt Catholic, Sacred Heart top LHSSCA girls rankings

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St. Scholastica, St. Thomas More, Vandebilt Catholic and Academy of the Sacred Heart of New Orleans top the latest Louisiana High School Soccer Coaches Association rankings released Wednesday.

In Division I, St. Scholastica (3-0-1) is first, followed by defending state champion Mount Carmel (7-1). Unbeaten Mandeville (6-0) is third with St. Joseph’s Academy fourth and Dominican fifth. Fontainebleau is ninth.

In Division II, St. Thomas More (4-1-0) is the top-ranked team with unbeaten Ben Franklin (3-0) second. Defending state champion Lakeshore (0-4) is third with Parkway fourth and Central Lafourche fifth. Destrehan is sixth.

In Division III, defending state champion Vandebilt Catholic (6-1) is the No. 1 team with Teurlings Catholic (2-0) second. E.D. White Catholic (1-4-1) is third, University Lab is fourth and St. Louis Cathoilc is fifth. Ursuline is seventh with Archbishop Hannan eighth.

In Division IV, Academy of The Sacred Heart of New Orleans (2-1) is the top-ranked team with Loyola Prep (5-0-1) second. Catholic of New Iberia (2-2) is third with Country Day (2-0) fourth and Ascension Episcopal fifth. Northlake Christian is sixth, Pope John Paul II is seventh, McGehee is eighth and Newman is ninth.

Here are your new LHSCCS Rankings:

Division I
1. St. Scholastica (3-0-1)
2. Mount Carmel (7-1)
3. Mandeville (6-0)
4. St. Joseph’s Academy (3-0-2)
5. Dominican (5-2)
6. Byrd (1-2-1)
7. Acadiana (2-0-1)
8. Lafayette (1-1-1)
9. Fontainebleau (1-3)
10. St. Amant (2-1)

Division II
1. St. Thomas More (4-1)
2. Ben Franklin (3-0)
3. Lakeshore (0-4)
4. Parkway (4-0)
5. Central Lafourche (6-0)
6. Destrehan (1-1)
7. Caddo Magnet (3-1)
8. Terrebonne (6-0-1)
9. Neville (0-4-2)
10. Sam Houston (1-2-1)

Division III
1. Vandebilt Catholic (6-1)
2. Teurlings Catholic (2-0)
3. E.D. White Catholic (1-4-1)
4. University Lab (4-0-1)
5. St. Louis Catholic (1-0-1)
6. St. Michael (2-0-1)
7. Ursuline (1-0)
8. Archbishop Hannan (3-1-1)
9. St. Martinville (3-1-1)
10. West Feliciana (3-1)

Division IV
1. Academy of The Sacred Heart (NO) (2-1)
2. Loyola College Prep (5-0-1)
3. Catholic (NI) 2-2)
4. Country Day (2-0)
5. Ascension Episcopal (1-3)
6. Northlake Christian (1-2)
7. Pope John Paul II (3-1)
8. McGehee (0-2)
9. Newman (2-0-1)
10. Episcopal (0-4)

Area Prep Soccer Results from Nov. 29

Boys

New Orleans Area

Chalmette 4, Salmen 0

Country Day 5, Haynes 2

International High 5, McMain 2

Riverdale 5, St. Martin’s Episcopal 0

West Jefferson 5, NOMMA 1

Baton Rouge Area

Cecilia 7, Livonia 1

Dutchtown 3, Denham Springs 2

St. Amant 1, E.D. White Catholic 0

Girls

New Orleans Area

Cabrini 1, Grace King 1

Ben Franklin 1, Dominican 0

McGehee 7, Haynes 0

Salmen 1, Chalmette 0

St. Scholastica 1, Vandebilt Catholic 1

Patrick Taylor 3, Thomas Jefferson 0

E.D. White Catholic 6, St. Charles Catholic 1

Baton Rouge Area

Cecilia 8, Livonia 0

Area Prep Soccer Schedule for Thursday, Nov. 30

Boys

New Orleans Area

New Iberia at Destrehan, 6 p.m.

St. Augustine at Archbishop Rummel, 3:30 p.m.

Patrick Taylor at Archbishop Shaw, 3:30 p.m.

Baton Rouge Area

Belaire at Walker, 6 p.m.

West Feliciana at McKinley, 6 p.m.

Woodlawn (BR) at Dunham, 6 p.m.

Girls

New Orleans Area

De La Salle at Belle Chasse, 5 p.m.

Thomas Jefferson at Higgins, 3:30 p.m.

Carver at Karr, 4 p.m.

Landry-Walker at Riverdale, 4 p.m.

Mount Carmel vs. Dominican, 7 p.m. at Dominican Tournament at Pan American Stadium

St. Joseph’s Academy vs. Byrd, 4 p.m. at Dominican Tournament at Pan American Stadium

Baton Rouge Area

Northlake Christian at McKinley, 6 p.m.

Opelousas at Woodlawn (BR), 5 p.m.

St. Amant at David Thibodaux, 6 p.m

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