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RANKINGS

Thursday, September 2, 2004; Page D09

River Hill (16-1-1) Last: 1

1 A core of talent returns, led by Jeremy Smith (12 goals, 9 assists), the county's top returning goal scorer.

DeMatha (16-2-2) 3

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2 Opens the season against two nationally-ranked teams: Archbishop Curley on Friday and McDonogh (Balt.) on Saturday.

Georgetown Prep (14-2) 2

3 Two-time IAC champion has nine starters back, led by F Anthony Tijero, MF Paul Coyle (Lafayette) and D Fro Adu.

Walter Johnson (13-5) 6

4 The Wildcats have eight seniors back from last year, when they won Maryland 4A West Region title.

Gonzaga (12-5-4) NR

5 Three-year reign in WCAC ended last year. G Paul Benkert, Fs Jimmy Carroll and Danny McLaughlin are back.

Whitman (12-2) 7

6 One of Coach Dave Greene's youngest teams, but it still has talent. Watch Fs Britton Cone and Javy Morales.

Churchill (10-4) NR

7 Missed states last fall, but MF-D Shohei Kawasaki, MF Clifford Goldkind and F Ryan Studner hope to lead Bulldogs back.

Sherwood (12-4-1) 9

8 Last year's entire starting defense, including GK Ryan Hock, is back behind talented scorer Michael Rollings.

Severna Park (10-4-2) NR

9 Versatile senior D Sean Jones transferred from Chesapeake to join four talented returning starters.

Bullis (12-6) NR

10 Talented senior MF Neill Ouska transferred from Landon to join six returning starters.


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