Girls Lacrosse

High School Sports

March 19, 2004


1. Notre Dame Prep

Last season: 14-4-1, ranked No. 2

The Blazers may be only a consistent finisher away from their third Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference title in four years.

2. Roland Park

Last season: 13-2-2, No. 3

Last season's wealth of depth will pay off, filling all the gaps left by eight graduated starters as the Reds make a run at the A Conference crown.

3. Mount Hebron

Last season: 18-0, No. 1

Graduating 21 Division I players over the past two years may jeopardize the Vikings' 42-game winning streak but perhaps not their string of seven state titles.

4. Broadneck

Last season: 16-3, No. 4

The defending state Class 4A-3A champs are loaded on attack and will try to hold off a crowd of Anne Arundel teams for county and regional crowns.

5. Severna Park

Last season: 17-1, No. 5

Defense rules for the defending Anne Arundel county champs, who beat Broadneck twice before falling in the regional championship.

6. St. Mary's

Last season: 18-5, No. 6

The marquee players are gone, but an experienced cast remains to build on an A Conference runner-up finish.

7. C. Milton Wright

Last season: 14-4, No. 9

A narrow miss in the state Class 4A-3A title game will motivate Harford County's best, one of the area's fastest rising teams.

8. Severn

Last season: 14-2-3, No. 7

Jess Adam leads a core of veteran players who should have the Admirals right in the thick of the A Conference race.

9. Century

Last season: 11, No. 10

The Knights don't want to settle for less than a state title after falling in the Class 2A-1A final in their first varsity season.

10. Seton Keough

Last season: 10-7-1, No. 12

The Gators are looking to steal the A Conference show from the traditional powerhouses.

11. St. Paul's

Last season: 11-6-2, No. 13

Young but talented, the Gators will look for a little bit more speed as they challenge in the A Conference.

12. South River

Last season: 9-5, No. 15

The Seahawks' experience could have them in the thick of an Anne Arundel County battle.

13. Catonsville

Last season: 12-3, unranked

The Comets return a load of talent to make a run at the top in Baltimore County.

14. Hereford

Last season: 15-2, No. 10

The three-time defending Class 2A-1A champs are reloading for a run at a fourth title.

15. Annapolis

Last season: 15-4, No. 8

The young Panthers could gain on the rest of the Anne Arundel County pack in a hurry.

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