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Riverside jumps into the rankings with a perfect season and Virginia 4A state title.
The Gladiators glided to the top of the local and national polls after an undefeated season and second consecutive Maryland 3A/2A state title.
The Panthers’ seniors, three of which are coached by their fathers, capped off a dominant run with a 12-9 victory over rival Marshall.
With a torn anterior cruciate ligament, senior Kate Mulvenon scored four goals to help the Rams get past Centreville in the Virginia 6A final.
The Stallions defeat Oakton, 12-8, in the 6A state semifinals, and will face W.T. Woodson in Saturday’s championship game.
Senior goalie Maddie Malone’s clutch saves helped the No. 10 Rams knock off the unbeaten No. 4 Saxons.
The No. 4 Saxons earned a first-round bye in the Virginia 6A state tournament and could meet No. 10 Robinson in the semifinals.
The Little Hoyas boosted their resume with two impressive wins in a postseason tournament.
The Cougars come away with a 9-7 road victory to capture their first region championship since 2005.
Montgomery County’s turf expansion plan is intended to increase field access and improving playing conditions, but critics are concerned about health risks and looming renovation costs.