What Savannah Area teams hold Top 10 spots in Soccer, Baseball, and Lacrosse?

By Prep Sports Report Staff | March 10, 2024

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As the high school regular season is in full swing, Savannah teams hold Top 10 rankings in baseball, lacrosse, and soccer. One team has a No. 1 Spot.

In the boys' and girls', Atlanta Journal-Constitution soccer rankings in GHSA 3A, Savannah Country Day boys (9-0) are No. 1, and Savannah Country Day School girls (9-1) are No. 5. Also, in girls' Soccer, St. Vincent's (4-3) is No. 9. The Savannah Arts Academy (7-3) girls team is ranked No. 3 in GHSA Class 3A.

The latest baseball poll has two local teams in the Top 10: Calvary Day School (6-3) is ranked #8 in GHSA Class 3A, and Benedictine (7-5) is #10 in GHSA 4A. 

According to the latest Atlanta Journal-Constitution lacrosse polls, in boys' GHSA Class A-4A, Savannah Country Day (5-5) is No. 8, and Benedictine (4-2) is No. 9. In girls' GHSA Class A-4A, Savannah Christian (0-2) is No. 10. 


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