After last week’s round of upsets, the Week 4 Consensus Rankings features five new teams. Paul VI (Va.) gets the highest ranking after defeating Gonzaga (D.C.) last week, while Loyola-Blakefield (Md.) moves to No. 21. Other new teams include Upper Dublin (Pa.), Summit (N.J.) and Lincoln-Sudbury (Mass.).
The entire list of Boys’ Under Armour All-Americans who will compete in the 13th-annual Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Game on June 30 at Johns Hopkins University’s historic Homewood Field.
The second 11 boys selected to compete in the 13th-annual Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Game on June 30.
Jake Taylor came up big as the Raiders took on playoff teams from Colorado and Missouri last week. Among this week’s Honorable Mentions are players from Paul VI (Va.), Strath Haven (Pa.), Northwest Guilford (N.C.), Loyola-Blakefield (Md.), Hoggard (N.C.), Upper Dublin (Pa.), Palos Verdes (Calif.), Archbishop Carroll (Pa.), Immokalee (Fla.), Bullis (Md.) and McDonogh (Md.).
John Jay-Cross River (N.Y.) makes the rankings this week, making them the only new team. There was quite a bit of shuffling in the Week 3 Consensus Rankings this week.
It’s been two weeks since the last Consensus Rankings and quite a lot has changed. Gonzaga (D.C.), Manhasset (N.Y.) and Smithtown West (N.Y.) all jump into the Top 30 after not being ranked previously.
The early high school lacrosse season proved turbulent for a number of teams in last week’s Consensus Rankings. Three new teams make their appearance in this week’s ranking: St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Va.), St. Mary’s (Md.) and St. John’s (D.C.).
Culver Academy (Ind.) was chosen as the No. 1 team by two of the three national polls during the preseason, giving them the slight edge over defending Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) A Conference champion Calvert Hall (Md.) as the top team in the nation.
Rather than wait until the end of the 2018 boys’ high school lacrosse season to unveil the Player of the Year and All-LaxRecords.com team, I am publishing a weekly tracker to keep up-to-date with the players currently under consideration.
Liam Powderly averaged 4.04 points per game last season, helping the Eagles reach the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) championship game. The Eagles expect to compete for the title in 2018 and Powderly is sure to play a big role.