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Tri-State Top 20 Girls Soccer poll (10/18)

by Dylan Butler on
Wed, Oct 18, 2017 7:35 PM — @Dylan_Butler

Updated Wed, Oct 18, 2017 7:37 PM
Tri-State Top 20 Girls Soccer poll (10/18)
Photo by Phil McAuliffe | For NJ Advance Media

Tri-State Top 20 Girls Soccer poll as of Oct. 17

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Team
Rec
LW
Comments
Rank
Team
Rec
LW
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1
13-0
1

Junior forward Claudia Dipasupil deposited her 10th goal of the season in the first half and the top-seeded and two-time defending champion Highlanders blanked Ridgewood, 1-0, on Sunday in the Bergen County Tournament quarterfinals. 

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
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2
15-0
2

Taken to overtime by Manalapan on Thursday, the Patriots got a golden goal from Jen Weinstock in the second extra session to pull out a 2-1 victory. Township, the top seed in the Shore Conference Tournament, will open play Thursday against Point Boro.

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Team
Rec
LW
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3
16-0
3

The Admirals steamrolled the competition in Section 1 despite facing just about every prominent team, allowing just one goal all year. Now the quest for another state championship begins. Arlington is the No. 1 seed and a heavy favorite in Class AA sectional tournament and have proven well equipped to handle the expectations.

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Team
Rec
LW
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4
15-1-1
4

Senior Lauren Karabin (15 goals, 14 assists) has scored eight times in the last six matches, giving defenses more to worry about beyond senior Amy Paternoster (29 goals, 19 assists). Meanwhile, the Crimson Knights’ defense has posted three straight clean sheets.

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
5
12-1
5

Stephanie Lowrey backed a goal with two assists on Saturday as the top-seeded Panthers blitzed Hillsbrough, 6-1, in the quarterfinal stage of the Somerset County Tournament. Bridgewater flexed its offensive balance with six different sources finding the back of the net.

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Team
Rec
LW
Comments
6
14-0
6

Katie Butler put away a feed from Melina McDevitt in the second half and keeper Caitlin Amman used three saves to secure the top-seeded Blue Devils’ 10th shutout in a 1-0 decision over Gov. Livingston in the quarterfinal round of the Union County Tournament.

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Team
Rec
LW
Comments
7
13-0
7

Olivia Carner, Nina Kezys and Victoria Colatosti scored one goal apiece, Emily McNelis had a pair of assists and Emma Havrilla made six saves in a 3-1 win over Lindenhurst. Next: Whitman (Oct. 18, 4 p.m.)

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Team
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LW
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8
12-0
8

Samantha Adams, Brianna Passaro and Lauren Hackett scored one goal apiece, Melissa Dimonda had an assist and Victoria Eisenberg made six saves in a 3-0 win over Kellenberg, the Friars sixth consecutive shutout. Next: Sacred Heart (Oct. 18, 4:15 p.m.)

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
9
12-1-1
11

Mia Suchora scored in the first half to spark the second-seeded Raiders to a 1-0 decision against Westwood on Sunday in the Bergen County quarterfinals.

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
10
14-1-1
12

The Garnets completed a stellar regular season. After dropping a 2-0 contest with Arlington in the opener, Rye exhibited great scoring balance and a rigid defensive unit to win 14 of 15. The only blemish was a tie with Albertus Magnus in mid-September. Rye is a slight favorite entering what should be a competitive Section 1 Class A tournament.

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Team
Rec
LW
Comments
11
11-3
13

Katie Arrigan finished a pair of assists by Maddi Lui to pace second-seeded Ridge to a 2-0 showing against Mount St. Mary on Saturday in the quarterfinal phase of the Somerset County Tournament. The Red Devils have won six straight.

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Team
Rec
LW
Comments
12
9-3
15

Senior midfielder Kayla Lee has scored in three straight matches for the Cougars, who ran their win streak to four with a 3-1 triumph against Marlboro. Keeper Kaitlin Torres has pocketed six shutouts over the last eight contests.

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
13
13-1-2
18

The reigning Class A sectional champions closed the season with the same fury they did last year before embarking on their title run. The Pirates enter the postseason on a seven-game winning streak and locked up a league title in the final week with one-goal victories over Nanuet and Tappan Zee.

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
14
9-3-1
NR

Katie Boehm converted a Lindsay Wolf pass in the 67th minute to give the third-seeded Warriors all the offense necessary to top Bernards, 1-0, on Saturday in the Somerset quarterfinals. Kaylee Donnelly turned away five shots in the shutout. Chloe Ferreira scored twice on Tuesday to key a 2-1 win over Phillipsburg, Watchung Hills’ fifth in a row.

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Team
Rec
LW
Comments
15
14-0
NR

The Redbirds continue to be both overpowering and unyielding. Junior Emma Pascarella (15 goals, 13 assists) and senior Carly Roche (10 goals, seven assists) pace an attack that’s compiled 64 goals while a defense fortified by Marin Hartshorn, Alissa DeFelice, Lauren Coiante, Madi Keefe and keeper Abby Howell has surrendered just four in return. 

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Team
Rec
LW
Comments
16
10-1-3
NR

Hailey Dazzo scored the winning goal with two minutes left in the second half, Cristina Pavon had a goal off an assist from Katie Hernandez and Stephanie Sparkowski made three saves in a 2-1 win over Syosset. Next: @ Massapequa (Oct. 18, 4:45 p.m.)

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Team
Rec
LW
Comments
17
8-2-2
NR

Kristen Dobkowski had two goals, Heather Berberich, Katie Healy and Annie Coogan had one goal each and Ariel Tillman had three assists in a 5-1 win over Hicksville. Next: Syosset (Oct. 18, 4:30 p.m.)

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Team
Rec
LW
Comments
18
14-1-1
9

After suffering a 1-0 loss at Kings Park, Islip reeled off three straight wins, including 6-0 at Rocky Point Tuesday. Dominique Bono netted a hat trick and added an assist, Alyssa Sparks had a goal and two assists and Grace Rao and Madison Micheletti had one goal apiece. Next: TBD, Suffolk Class A playoffs 

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Team
Rec
LW
Comments
19
9-1-3
16

The Tigers couldn’t keep the momentum after an emotional win over St. Joseph two weeks ago. They were beaten by Staples and played New Canaan to a scoreless tie this week. Ridgefield is fourth behind Staples, Darien and St. Joseph for the top seed in the FCIAC tournament, which begins next week.

Rank
Team
Rec
LW
Comments
20
10-1-2
17

There’s just something about Ridgefield for the Cadets, who were handed their first loss on Monday in a rematch of the FCIAC title game. St. Joe’s, the two-time Class M state champs, were also coming off a tie with Trumbull on Saturday. They should be able to rebuild momentum for the postseason and get another crack at Ridgefield.

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