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The Inquirer's South Jersey girls' soccer top 10

The Inquirer TOP 10

The Inquirer TOP 10


Team   Record

Records are through Monday. Last week's rankings in parentheses. NR-not ranked.

 1. Lenape (1)    4-1

Lenape returned to its winning ways after losing in the McDonogh Invitational in Maryland. The Indians will face their toughest regular-season game Wednesday against Paul VI.

2. Paul VI (2)    4-1-1

 Paul VI tied Cherry Hill West, but is still outscoring opponents, 10-3. Wednesday's matchup with Lenape might be the team's only shot to claim the No. 1 spot in South Jersey.

3. Timber Creek (5)    4-0-1

Timber Creek went 1-0-1 in double-overtime games over the past week. The Chargers tied Shawnee and beat Washington Township, 3-2.

4. Haddonfield (6)    6-0

Haddonfield is known for its offense but has yet to allow a goal this season, outscoring opponents, 16-0.

5. Eastern (4)    4-2

After taking Paul VI to the brink in an overtime loss, Eastern suffered a surprising 1-0 loss to Cherokee.

6. Shawnee (9)    3-1-1

Shawnee continues to play tough soccer against some of the top teams in South Jersey.

7. Cherokee (NR)    2-1

A huge win over Eastern catapults Cherokee into the Top 10. Chiefs keeper Melissa Gall had 16 saves in the win.

8. Moorestown (NR)    3-1

The Quakers have an early edge in the Burlington County Liberty Division.

9. Gloucester Catholic (10)    2-0-1

Devin Dougherty continues to lead Gloucester Catholic to a solid start.

10. Washington Township (NR)    2-2

The Minutemaids have weathered a difficult early-season schedule, putting up good showings in losses to Timber Creek and Eastern.

Under consideration (listed alphabetically): Absegami (3-1), Cinnaminson (2-1), Clearview (2-1), Holy Cross (2-1), Ocean City (2-1), Seneca (3-2).

- Chris Melchiorre