Prep2Prep CCS Rankings
THROUGH WEEK 12
St. Ignatius moves into the top spot by winning the WCAL regular-season title as the WCAL and SCVAL-De Anza account for the top six spots in the latest Prep2Prep CCS Top 25.Note: Last week's rankings in parentheses
Senior Daphne Carwin scored in a 2-0 win over Presentation as the Wildcats wrapped up the WCAL title.
Despite falling short in the WCAL title race, the Monarchs will still compete in the CCS Open Division.
After winning their first eight league matches, the Spartans were just 1-1-1 last week, losing to Saratoga and tying Los Gatos. Mountain View still wins the SCVAL-De Anza with at least a draw against Santa Clara.
Los Gatos tied Mountain View to keep its league title hopes alive but either way the Wildcats will compete in the CCS Open Division.
Senior Amanda Avila scored the winner in a 1-0 victory over Valley Christian to close out the regular season.
The Lancers split their games last week and are still in line for a CCS Open berth despite sitting fourth in the six-team WCAL.
Menlo dropped points in a tie against rival SHP but remains undefeated in the WBAL-Foothill.
Freshman Ruby Teixeira scored 2 goals in a big 3-1 win over Ann Sobrato.
Leigh still has an outside shot at the BVAL-MH title but will most likely find itself in the CCS Division 1 or 2 playoffs.
Junior Brynn Mitchell had 2 goals as Aptos rolled past Harbor, 6-0.
The Irish lost 4-0 to Mitty last week, but are still in a lock for a CCS at-large bid.
Santa Cruz stayed alive in the SCCAL race with wins over Scotts Valley and San Lorenzo Valley.
Westmont continued to dominate the BVAL-Santa Teresa with two more wins and has outscored league opponents 27-5.
Live Oak continued its strong season with a pair of shutouts including a 0-0 draw that damaged Leigh's title hopes.
Burlingame has a shot at the PAL-Bay title when it takes on Woodside to close out the regular season.
Aragon needs a win and some help as the tight PAL-Bay race comes to a close Tuesday night.
Sophomore Sarah Canavan scored 2 goals in a 3-0 win over San Lorenzo Valley, leaving the Knights one win away from the SCCAL title against winless Harbor.
Homestead completed its season with a 4-1 win at Fremont and will now have to await its CCS playoff fate. Even if the Mustangs lose the automatic bid, they will get in as an at-large team.
Santa Clara finishes the season at Mountain View knowing it won't need a result to capture an at-large bid.
MVC finished PCAL-Cypress play undefeated with a 5-1 win at Pajaro Valley.
Freshman Jenna Urrabazo had a goal and an assist in a 3-0 win over North Monterey County.
A 2-2 tie against Salinas meant San Benito finished 2 points behind Christopher in the PCAL-Gabilan title race.
Saratoga stunned Mountain View to effectively lock up a CCS playoff berth.
Junior twin sisters Emely and Emilet Ramirez had a goal and an assist each in a big 3-2 win at Pioneer Friday night.
Senior Julia Kispert scored a key goal in a 1-1 tie against Burlingame as the Bears remained in contention for a PAL-Bay title.