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T-U Girls Soccer Power Poll: Knights enter top five

The Florida Times-Union logo The Florida Times-Union 3 days ago By Clayton Freeman, The Florida Times-Union
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Here are this week's Times-Union's high school girls soccer Power Rankings, highlighting the leading teams from across Northeast Florida. The rankings are released each Monday through the end of the regular season. Records are through Dec. 1 games. The boys rankings appear Tuesday.

1. Bartram Trail (5-0-0, 7A).

Last week: 1.

This week: The Bears, who have yet to concede a goal, didn't play last week. They'll meet county rival Nease Tuesday before traveling this weekend to the Montverde Women's Invitational Showcase Tournament.

2. St. Johns Country Day (4-1-0, 2A).

Last week: 2.

This week: The Spartans return from their week off on Tuesday, when they'll meet Fletcher. After that comes the Montverde WIST, where they're scheduled to face St. Thomas Aquinas and Navarre.

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3. Bolles (4-2-0, 3A).

Last week: 3.

This week: Like several other teams, Bolles spent last week on the sidelines. They'll face a Tuesday night trip to Ponte Vedra, followed by matchups against Montverde and Melbourne at the WIST.

4. Stanton (4-1-0, 5A).

Last week: 4.

This week: The swerving free kicks and corner kicks of Camille Prosswimmer, coupled with the accurate long throws of Leena Vashi, continue to wreak havoc on the Blue Devils' opponents. They won 3-1 Tuesday at Ponte Vedra and then topped Nease 2-0, running their winning streak to four matches. Stanton plays three Gateway Conference opponents this week, traveling to White Monday and Wolfson Thursday before welcoming Fletcher on Friday night.

5. Creekside (3-2-0, 6A).

Last week: Not ranked.

This week: With Delaney Tauzel is running the midfield, this Knights team has the creativity to match up with most teams in Northeast Florida. The Florida-bound senior scored in last week's 2-1 win against Gainesville Buchholz, as did junior Grace Kennerly. There's also promising young talent in Creekside red, with both sophomore Paige McSwigan and freshman Olivia Surrency scoring multiple goals this season. Creekside plays Tuesday against Fleming Island before traveling to the WIST for games against Viera and St. Thomas Aquinas.

On the bubble: Bishop Kenny (2-1-0, 4A); Fleming Island (1-1-0, 6A); Fletcher (1-1-1, 6A); Oakleaf (5-0-0, 7A); Ponte Vedra (2-3-1, 5A).

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