Lacrosse: No. 1 Milton dominating non-Georgia foes

The Mill Creek Hawks stayed atop the boys Class AAAAAA rankings despite an idle week thanks to spring break. No. 2 Centennial threatened to move past Mill Creek after beating Class A-AAAAA No. 10 Marist last Tuesday, only to fall to Tennessee power McCallie in double overtime. The Knights remain at No. 2 for at least this week. No. 3 Milton went 1-1 against out of state foes, falling to McCallie but beating Lake Norman (N.C.) to hold on at No. 3. No. 4 Lassiter was inactive last week. No. 7 Chattahoochee picked up a nice win over West Forsyth on Saturday.

In the boys Class A-AAAAA poll, Lovett moved up to No. 5 after beating Westminster, which slipped to No. 6. No. 7 Whitefield Academy also jumped No. 8 McIntosh after taking out the Chiefs 14-10.

Girls Class AAAAAA No. 1 Milton was impressive against Winter Springs (Fla.), Kent Denver (Col.) and Good Counsel (D.C.) last week, posting a 2-0-1 record. Milton resumes action against Georgia schools this week with a game against Roswell. No. 5 Chattahoochee and No. 6 West Forsyth also moved up in the AAAAAA poll.

Class A-AAAAA No. 1 Westminster notched a win over Lovett while No. 2 Cambridge scored a pair of wins over Lambert and North Forsyth. No. 3 Kell went 1-1 against teams from North Carolina while Starr’s Mill climbed to No. 7 after defeating Marist and Whitewater.



1. Mill Creek

2. Centennial

3. Milton

4. Lassiter

5. North Gwinnett

6. Etowah

7. Chattahoochee

8. Roswell

9. Johns Creek

10. Lambert


1. Northview

2. Decatur

3. Allatoona

4. Blessed Trinity

5. Lovett

6. Westminster

7. Whitefield Academy

8. McIntosh

9. Holy Innocents’

10. Marist



1. Milton

2. Centennial

3. Walton

4. Mill Creek

5. Chattahoochee

6. West Forsyth

7. Lassiter

8. Etowah

9. Kennesaw Mountain

10. Alpharetta


1. Westminster

2. Cambridge

3. Kell

4. McIntosh

5. Northview

6. Woodward Academy

7. Starr’s Mill

8. St. Pius

9. Blessed Trinity

10. Columbus

One comment Add your comment

Lovett Fan

April 15th, 2013
5:49 pm

Your title was misleading as there is a huge difference between the Girl’s sport and the Boy’s. How do you do these polls? Some curious rankings given the history of the teams involved.
Obviously, I think Lovett is under-rated, even though they are extremely young this year. Coach Buczek’s Lions have been a dominant team year in and out, with a ton of all classification State Championships and playoff births for as long as anyone can remember.