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### Nebraska High School Girls Soccer Rankings for the Week of April 1

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The most recent rankings for high school girls’ soccer teams in Nebraska are as follows:

  1. Lincoln Southwest, with a record of 5-0, maintains the top position.
  2. Omaha Marian, with a record of 6-1, has moved up to the second spot from the fifth.
  3. Gretna, with a record of 3-2, now holds the third position, down from the second.
  4. Gretna East, boasting a record of 4-0, has climbed to the fourth spot from the sixth.
  5. Omaha Westside, with a record of 3-2, is now placed fifth.
  6. Millard West, holding a record of 4-1, has advanced to the sixth position from the tenth.
  7. Elkhorn South, with a record of 5-2, has moved up to the seventh spot from the ninth.
  8. Lincoln Pius X, with a record of 4-1, has entered the rankings at eighth place.
  9. Norris, with a record of 4-1, is now in the ninth spot.
  10. Columbus, with a record of 5-2, has also entered the rankings at the tenth position.

In other news, Lincoln Southwest had a mixed start with wins against Marian and Lincoln East but lost their top scorer Kennadi Williams to a season-ending knee injury. Despite this setback, players like Junior Kianna Perez and senior Charley Kort have stepped up with three goals each in the team’s recent matches. Lincoln Southwest faces tough challenges ahead against Pius, Kearney, and Gretna. The upcoming Metro Conference tournament will feature five of the top seven Class A teams along with the newly top-ranked Class B team, Gretna East.

The top ten rankings for other categories are as follows:

  1. Gretna East, with a perfect record of 4-0, has claimed the top spot.
  2. Norris, with a record of 4-1, is now in second place.
  3. Omaha Duchesne, with a record of 5-1, has risen to the third position.
  4. Omaha Skutt, with a record of 3-2, has dropped to fourth place.
  5. Bennington, with a record of 5-2, remains in the fifth spot.
  6. Blair, boasting a flawless record of 8-0, has entered the rankings at sixth place.
  7. Elkhorn, with a record of 4-3, has moved up to the seventh spot.
  8. Omaha Mercy, with a record of 4-2, is now in eighth place.
  9. Omaha Roncalli, with a record of 3-2, has entered the rankings at ninth place.
  10. Columbus Scotus, with a record of 2-2, has dropped to the tenth position.

The competition intensifies with Gretna East leading the pack, Norris and Duchesne making significant strides, and Omaha Skutt facing challenging matchups ahead. Blair has made a remarkable entry into the rankings, showcasing an impressive performance with a goal difference of 35-5. Stay updated with the Prep Sports Newsletter delivered directly to your inbox on a weekly basis!