Tartan Boys and Girls Lacrosse Both Ranked No. 1 in Orange County

The Tartans lacrosse programs have torn through the competition this spring with both the boys and girls teams ranked No.1 in Orange County.

The 14-1 boy's program is averaging 12.67 goals per game and has outscored opponents 190-97. The Tartans have shown their mettle defeating perennial out-of-conference powerhouses Loyola of Los Angeles (8-4), Poway of San Diego (9-7), Faith Lutheran of Las Vegas (15-5), De La Salle of Northern California (12-6) and Mt. St. Joseph of Maryland (11-8). St. Margaret's has cemented their No. 1 ranking on the home front as well, defeating talented Orange County opponents Corona Del Mar (15-3) and No. 2 Foothill (13-9).

The Tartans will close out the season on the road facing San Diego CIF 2017 Runner-Up Torrey Pines on Friday, April 20 and El Dorado High School on Tuesday, April 24.

The 11-1 girl's team has similarly ground through opponents this spring. With a conference-leading 15.33 goals per game and only 75 goals allowed, the Tartans are poised to make a deep run through the Southern Section playoffs. Their only loss coming to Novato of Northern California, St. Margaret's has beaten talented teams St. Ignatius Prep of San Francisco (16-9), 2017 U.S. Lacrosse Southern-Section Champions Mater Dei (12-10) and No. 4 Santa Margarita (16-4).

The Tartans will put their No. 1 ranking to the test as they take on No. 2 Foothill High School at home on Wednesday, April 25.
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