By Austin Vitelli
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 5/27/17
TopLaxRecruits.com Midwest Girls’ Rankings
1. (tie) Upper Arlington (OH) 17-2
The Golden Bears routed Thomas Worthington, 20-6, in the Ohio Division I Region 3 championship Friday.
1. (tie) Loyola Academy (IL) 26-2
The Ramblers will take on Glenbrook South (IL) in the Illinois state tournament semifinals Wednesday.
3. Jackson (OH) 19-0
The Polar Bears defeated Green (OH) 13-2 and will take on Hudson (OH) in the Ohio Division I Region 2 championship today.
4. Rockford (MI) 16-2
The Rams beat Holland West Ottawa (MI) 24-1 and face Grand Haven (MI) in the next round of the playoffs Tuesday.
5. New Trier (IL) 21-3
The Trevians beat Montini Catholic (IL) and will play Hinsdale Central (IL) in the Illinois state tournament semifinals Wednesday.
6. New Albany (OH) 17-3
The Eagles beat Perrysburg (OH) and will play Olentangy Liberty (OH) in the Ohio Division I Region 1 championship today.
7. Indian Hill (OH) 18-1
The Braves beat Summit CDS (OH) 16-5 and will take on Mariemont (OH) in the Ohio Division II Region 8 championship today.
8. Mt. Notre Dame (OH) 19-0
The Cougars squeezed out an 11-10 win over Loveland (OH) to move on to the Ohio Division I Region 4 championship where they’ll play Sycamore (OH) today.
9. Eden Prairie (MN) 12-1
The Eagles closed out their regular season with a 19-13 win over Blake School (MN).
10. St. Francis DeSales (OH) 17-1
The Stallions beat Bexley (OH) 14-13 and play Columbus Academy (OH) in the Ohio Division II Region 7 championship today.
Others to Watch: Apple Valley (MN) 11-1; Cathedral (IN) 15-1; Catholic Central (MI) 13-4-1; Cor Jesu Academy (MO) 15-4; Cranbrook Kingswood (MI) 19-5; Dublin Jerome (OH) 16-4; Eastern (KY) 17-3; Everest Academy (Ontario, Canada) 5-2; Hill Academy (Ontario, Canada) 2-4; Hinsdale Central (IL) 13-5; Hudson (OH) 16-2; Kentucky Country Day (KY) 15-6-1; Loveland (OH) 15-3; MICDS (MO) 15-2; Noblesville (IN) 12-2; Prior Lake (MN) 12-1; Sacred Heart Academy (KY) 20-6; St. Charles Co-Op (IL) 15-3; Sycamore (OH) 15-2; Thomas Worthington (OH) 17-3