Posted: 12:07 pm Monday, March 17th, 2014

Lacrosse: Harrison, Milton climb in boys AAAAAA rankings 

By Craig Sager II


1. Centennial

2. Harrison

3. North Gwinnett

4. Milton

5. Walton

6. Hillgrove

7. Lambert

8. Etowah

9. Roswell

10. Peachtree Ridge


RUNDOWN: Battle-tested Harrison (7-0) moved up to No. 2 with wins over Etowah, Walton and Westminster on its resume. North Gwinnett (6-0) moved up one spot to No. 3 with its 10-7 win over Mill Creek last Wednesday and Milton jumped to No. 4 with a 12-1 win over Walton last Tuesday. Peachtree Ridge debuts at No. 10 and replaces Chattahoochee, which lost its fourth game of the season on Thursday (12-8 to Lambert).


Boys Class AAAAA-A

1. Westminster

2. Northview

3. Lovett

4. St. Pius X

5. Pace Academy

6. Blessed Trinity

7. Whitefield Academy

8. Fellowship Christian

9. Pope

10. Greater Atlanta Christian


RUNDOWN: McIntosh lost its third straight game and fell out of the top 10. Greater Atlanta Christian replaced the Chiefs in the poll after posting back-to-back victories over Riverside Military (19-2) and Blessed Trinity (6-2).


Girls Class AAAAAA

1. Milton

2. Lassiter

3. Chattahoochee

4. Walton

5. Etowah

6. Centennial

7. John’s Creek

8. North Gwinnett

9. Roswell

10. Lambert


RUNDOWN: Milton remains No. 1 in Class AAAAAA, despite a 15-11 loss to Vero Beach (Fla.) on Thursday. Vero Beach is 8-0 and one of the best teams in Florida. No. 3 Chattahoochee played three Florida schools last week. The Cougars fell 20-9 to Ponte Vedra and 19-12 to Creekside, but managed a 17-0 shutout over Fletcher. Roswell fell to No. 9 after losing its third straight game on Tuesday to Harrison (16-15). Woodstock is replaced at No. 10 by Lambert (5-1) after getting routed by Walton 25-5 last Wednesday.


Girls Class AAAAA-A

1. Westminster

2. Northview

3. Kell

4. Cambridge

5. Blessed Trinity

6. Holy Innocents’

7. McIntosh

8. Pope

9. St. Pius

10. Wesleyan


RUNDOWN: Undefeated Kell (5-0) entered the top three with its 13-11 win over Johns Creek last Tuesday. Wesleyan replaces Marist for No. 10 and recently defeated St. Pius 16-15 in double overtime.