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P2P CCS Girls Soccer Top 25

Prep2Prep CCS Rankings

THROUGH WEEK 12


By P2P STAFF
Prep2Prep.com

February 13, 2017


The powers continue to roll as the top 7 remain the same and Woodside enters the rankings with its continued excellent work in the PAL-Bay Division in the latest CCS Top 25.


1 (last week: 1) PALO ALTO (13-0-4)
Last: def. Los Gatos, 1-0; next: vs. Fremont (2/14)

Junior Emily Tomz remarkably assisted on all six of her team's goals in a 6-0 win over Santa Clara, but the Vikings will need help from either Santa Clara or Los Gatos to claim the SCVAL-De Anza title.

2 (2) ARCHBISHOP MITTY (14-2-3)
Last: def. Valley Christian, 1-0; next: vs. Presentation (2/15)

A seven-match unbeaten streak against WCAL competition signals that Mitty appears ready to challenge for the CCS Open Division title. Junior Paris Fox scored 2 goals in a big 4-2 win over St. Ignatius.

3 (3) MOUNTAIN VIEW (14-1-3)
Last: def. Homestead, 8-1; next: vs. Santa Clara (2/14)

Senior Natasha Harris had 3 goals and an assist in an 8-1 win over Homestead, moving the Spartans to within two victories of the SCVAL-De Anza title.

4 (4) ST. FRANCIS (12-3-2)
Last: def. Sacred Heart Cath, 1-0; next: vs. St. Ignatius (2/15)

St. Francis will need help from Presentation in its match against Mitty to claim an outright WCAL title, but the Lancers are headed to the Open Division playoffs either way.

5 (5) LEIGH (11-3-2)
Last: def. Willow Glen, 2-1; next: vs. Santa Teresa (2/14)

The Longhorns clinched the BVAL-Mount Hamilton Division with a 2-1 win at Willow Glen on goals from senior Emily Smith and junior Danielle Wheeler.

6 (6) MENLO-ATHERTON (13-3-1)
Last: def. Aragon, 3-0; next: vs. Capuchino (2/14)

Senior Katie Guenin had another big week with 2 goals in a 4-2 win over Terra Nova and a goal and an assist in a 5-1 win over Hillsdale.

7 (7) ST. IGNATIUS (11-5-3)
Last: lost to Mitty, 4-2; next: at St. Francis (2/15)

A 4-2 loss at Mitty knocked the Wildcats out of contention for the WCAL title.

8 (9) PRESENTATION (8-4-6)
Last: def. Valley Christian, 4-1; next: at Mitty (2/15)

Senior Nataila Gonzalez scored 2 goals in a 4-1 win over Valley Christian.

9 (8) SANTA CLARA (9-2-6)
Last: def. Saratoga, 2-1; next: at Mountain View (2/14)

Santa Clara suffered a stunning 6-0 loss to Palo Alto before recovering for a 2-1 win at Saratoga.

10 (10) LOS GATOS (10-5-3)
Last: lost to Palo Alto, 1-0; next: at Saratoga (2/14)

Despite a 1-0 loss to Palo Alto, the Wildcats are still in excellent shape for a No. 1 seed in the CCS Division I playoffs.

11 (11) APTOS (13-2-1)
Last: def. Santa Cruz, 1-0; next: at San Lorenzo Valley (2/14)

Aptos continued to dominate the SCCAL with a pair of shutout wins last week and has outscored league opponents 50-5 in going 10-0.

12 (12) SACRED HEART CATHEDRAL (9-6-4)
Last: lost to St. Francis, 1-0; next: vs. Valley Christian (2/15)

The brutal WCAL scheduled has taken its toll on the Irish, who have not scored more than one goal in any of their nine league matches.

13 (18) SOBRATO (8-6-4)
Last: tied Piedmont Hills, 1-1; next: vs. Westmont (2/14)

Junior Emily Pfefferlen keyed a pair of good results for the Bulldogs with 3 assists in a 3-1 win over Leland and scoring a goal in a 1-1 draw against Piedmont Hills.

14 (13) SACRED HEART PREP (12-5-1)
Last: lost to Menlo, 2-0; next: vs. Crystal Springs (2/14)

Senior Lauren von Thaden and senior McKenna Angotti scored in a 2-0 win over Notre Dame-Belmont, but the Gators suffered their first league loss of the season last week in a 2-0 defeat at home against Menlo.

15 (17) MENLO SCHOOL (11-4-3)
Last: def. Sacred Heart Prep, 2-0; next: at Notre Dame-SJ (2/14)

Senior Emily Demmon and Chloe King in Menlo's big 2-0 win against likely WBAL-Foothill champ and rival Sacred Heart Prep.

16 (16) PIONEER (13-3-2)
Last: def. Evergreen Valley, 2-0; next: at Prospect (2/14)

Pioneer clinched the BVAL-Santa Teresa Division with wins over Oak Grove and Evergreen Valley last week.

17 (20) LIVE OAK (14-1-3)
Last: def. Del Mar, 2-0; next: vs. Silver Creek (2/14)

The Acorns clinched an automatic berth in the CCS playoffs with wins over Lincoln and Del Mar with junior Brisa Lugo scoring a goal in both victories.

18 (14) VALLEY CHRISTIAN (6-8-3)
Last: lost to Mitty, 1-0; next: at Sacred Heart Cath (2/15)

Despite a 6-0-2 preseason, the Warriors werne't able to come up with wins in the WCAL to ensure eligibility for the CCS playofffs. Valley Christian finishes its season Wednesday at Sacred Heart Cathedral.

19 (19) NOTRE DAME-BELMONT (13-3-3)
Last: def. Notre Dame-SJ, 6-0; next: at The King's Academy (2/14)

The Tigers came away with easy shutout wins over Crystal Springs Uplands and Notre Dame-San Jose to solidify their seeding in the CCS Division II playoffs.

20 (23) SEQUOIA (13-2-4)
Last: def. Jefferson, 1-0; next: at Half Moon Bay (2/14)

The Cherokees are in good shape for the PAL-Ocean title after wins over San Mateo and South San Francisco.

21 (15) SAN MATEO (12-2-4)
Last: tied South San Francisco, 0-0; next: vs. Oceana (2/14)

A 1-0 loss at home to Sequoia may have dashed the Bearcats' hope for a PAL-Ocean championship and automatic berth into the CCS playoffs.

22 (NR) PIEDMONT HILLS (10-6-1)
Last: tied Sobrato, 1-1; next: at Leland (2/14)

Freshman Emely Ramirez had 2 goals and an assist in Piedmont Hills' 3-0 win over Westmont.

23 (22) SALINAS (12-2-4)
Last: def. Notre Dame-Sal, 2-0; next: vs. Alisal (2/15)

Salinas remained undefeated in the MBL-Gabilan with wins over Alisal and Notre Dame-Salinas last week.

24 (24) HOMESTEAD (10-5-4)
Last: lost to Mountain View, 8-1; next: at Santa Clara (2/16)

Homestead split its two games last week, following up a 2-0 win over Saratoga with a disastrous 8-1 loss at home against Mountain View.

25 (NR) WOODSIDE (9-6-2)
Last: def. Hillsdale, 1-0; next: vs. Terra Nova (2/14)

The Wildcats clinched second place in the PAL-Bay Division with wins over Burlingame and Hillsdale.


BVAL-MH Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
10-1-3
12-3-3
9-4-1
12-6-1
6-2-6
8-6-6
5-5-4
7-7-5
5-6-3
7-9-4
3-7-4
7-7-6
2-7-5
4-10-5
1-9-4
2-12-6
MBL-Gabilan Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
11-0-1
14-2-4
7-2-2
11-5-3
7-3-2
9-6-2
5-6-1
6-9-2
2-7-1
5-10-3
1-9-1
4-11-1
PAL-Ocean Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
11-1-0
15-2-4
8-1-2
13-2-4
5-5-2
6-12-2
4-3-4
9-3-4
3-8-2
3-12-3
3-7-1
4-9-1
2-6-3
4-8-5
0-10-1
0-11-1
SCVAL-DA Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
9-1-2
16-1-3
8-0-4
14-0-4
6-2-4
10-3-6
5-4-3
11-6-3
5-6-1
10-6-4
1-10-1
5-10-3
0-11-1
5-13-3
WCAL Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
7-1-2
15-2-3
7-1-2
13-3-2
5-4-1
11-6-3
3-4-3
8-5-6
BVAL-ST Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
11-0-2
13-3-3
10-1-3
16-1-3
6-5-2
9-8-2
5-4-5
9-5-6
5-7-2
8-10-3
3-8-3
7-8-5
2-8-4
5-10-4
1-10-3
3-13-3
PAL-Bay Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
14-0-0
15-3-1
10-3-1
10-7-2
8-4-2
13-4-3
5-7-3
6-11-3
5-8-2
5-12-6
5-8-1
9-10-1
3-11-0
6-15-0
2-11-1
4-15-2
SCCAL Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
12-0-0
15-2-1
8-2-2
11-5-4
8-4-1
10-8-2
6-6-0
9-10-0
1-10-0
1-15-0
0-12-0
0-15-1
WBAL-Foothill Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
6-2-2
11-4-4
2-6-2
7-7-3
1-8-1
2-13-3
MBL-Pacific Standings

TEAM
DIV
OVERALL
9-1-1
11-4-4
8-2-2
12-4-3
7-4-1
13-5-1
2-6-3
2-9-4
1-9-2
2-11-3
0-7-4
1-10-4