Week 7 Girls Soccer Rankings

Lassiter remains on top of 7A. Credit: AJC

Lassiter is still the team to beat in the state’s highest classification. Lassiter has not allowed a goal in three games while outscoring its opponents 20-0 since falling to No. 2 Milton on March 13. Milton is No. 2 again this week with Parkview at third. Mill Creek, previously fifth, moved up to fourth following Peachtree Ridge’s slide from No. 4 to No. 6. Forsyth Central is fifth this week after holding the No. 6 spot last week.

Top-ranked Johns Creek is again holding off No. 2 Creekview this week. Not much has changed in the top half of the rankings with Harrison, Sequoyah and Dacula rounding out the top five in the same order this week. Johns Creek is riding a 10-game winning streak and a six-game shutout streak and is peaking at the right time.

McIntosh is still the team to beat and the Lady Chiefs have not gotten tired of it. Despite falling to Class AAA No. 1 Westminster on March 24, McIntosh is poised for a deep postseason run. Veterans moved up to No. 2 this week as Flowery Branch fell to third. Decatur and Starr’s Mill round out the top five at fourth and fifth, respectively.

Blessed Trinity is still the team to beat in Class AAAA with a determined Marist squad chasing at second. St. Pius is third again this week with Northside-Columbus at fourth. Following previously fifth-ranked North Oconee’s slide to sixth, Columbus jumped up from No. 7 to fill the void.

The power programs of Class AAA have climbed to the top. Westminster leads again this week with Lovett, Greater Atlanta Christian and Savannah Arts chasing, in that order. Dawson County debuts in the top five this week following Lumpkin County’s slide to sixth.

In Class AA, St. Vincent’s, a defending champion, and East Laurens, the state runner-up, are No. 1 and No. 2 again this week, respectively. Lamar County and Screven County are third and fourth with Berrien County at fifth following Vidalia’s slide to seventh.

Athens Academy is in the No. 1 spot again this week with First Presbyterian Day ranked second in Class A. Holy Innocents’ takes the No. 3 spot again this week with Brookstone and Savannah Country Day rounding out the top five.


1. Lassiter
2. Milton
3. Parkview
4. Mill Creek
5. Forsyth Central
6. Peachtree Ridge
7. Roswell
8. Walton
9. Brookwood
10. Collins Hill

1. Johns Creek
2. Creekview
3. Harrison
4. Sequoyah
5. Dacula
6. Glynn Academy
7. Pope
8. Lanier
9. Apalachee
10. Alexander

1. McIntosh
2. Veterans
3. Flowery Branch
4. Decatur
5. Starr’s Mill
6. Whitewater
7. Riverwood
8. Grady
9. Harris County
10. Chamblee

Class AAAA
1. Blessed Trinity
2. Marist
3. St. Pius X
4. Northside-Columbus
5. Columbus
6. North Oconee
7. Jefferson
8. Mary Persons
9. Northwest Whitfield
10. Spalding

Class AAA
1. Westminster
2. Lovett
3. Greater Atlanta Christian
4. Savannah Arts Academy
5. Dawson County
6. Lumpkin County
7. Bremen
8. Jackson County
9. Pike County
10. Sonoraville

Class AA
1. St. Vincent’s
2. East Laurens
3. Lamar County
4. Screven County
5. Berrien County
6. Model
7. Vidalia
8. Harlem
9. Dade County
10. Rockmart

Class A
1. Athens Academy
2. First Presbyterian
3. Holy Innocents’
4. Brookstone
5. Savannah Country Day
6. Walker
7. Paideia
8. Mount Pisgah
9. Eagle’s Landing Christian
10. Calvary Day School

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