Trib HSSN lacrosse power rankings for week of April 28, 2019

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Sunday, April 28, 2019 | 5:35 PM


There were very few changes in this week’s Trib HSSN weekly Power Rankings for boys and girls lacrosse.

Nothing changed at No. 1 as the Upper St. Clair girls and North Allegheny boys remained atop the rankings. Some of the changes included:

Boys: Fox Chapel taking a big jump up three spots while Canon-McMillan moved up one to No. 8.

Girls: Shady Side Academy and Quaker Valley moving up while Mars bumped Seton LaSalle from the rankings.

Here are the rankings for the week ending April 25, with overall records and last week’s rankings included. These rankings have zero classification boundaries.

GIRLS LACROSSE

1. Upper St. Clair Panthers (10-1-0)

(Last Week 1)

2. Mt. Lebanon Blue Devils (10-1-0)

(Last Week 2)

3. Shady Side Academy Indians (8-1-1)

(Last Week 4)

4. Pine-Richland Rams (7-3-0)

(Last Week 3)

5. Quaker Valley Quakers (9-1-0)

(Last Week 7)

6. Sewickley Academy Panthers (8-2-0)

(Last Week 5)

7. Fox Chapel Foxes (6-3-0)

(Last Week 6)

8. Oakland Catholic Eagles (9-0-0)

(Last Week 8)

9. Hampton Talbots (10-3-0)

(Last Week 9)

10. Mars Fightin’ Planets (7-2-0)

(Last Week NR)

Out: Seton LaSalle Rebels (7-3-0)

BOYS LACROSSE:

1. North Allegheny Tigers (8-1-0)

(Last Week 1)

2. Pine-Richland Rams (12-1-0)

(Last Week 2)

3. Hampton Talbots (9-2-0)

(Last Week 3)

4. Fox Chapel Foxes (8-2-0)

(Last Week 7)

5. Shady Side Academy Indians (5-6-0)

(Last Week 4)

6. Mt. Lebanon Blue Devils (7-5-0)

(Last Week 5)

7. Mars Fightin’ Planets (7-3-0)

(Last Week 6)

8. Canon-McMillan Big Macs (13-1-0)

(Last Week 9)

9. Seneca Valley Raiders (5-6-0)

(Last Week 8)

10. Quaker Valley Quakers (5-1-0)

(Last Week 10)

Out: None

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