Boys Lacrosse: New District One power rankings

District One released its new batch of power rankings Monday afternoon, and the top of the rankings feature a pair of Delco teams.

Look at Alex Bonnett and Penncrest, the No. 2 seed in District One's latest power rankings. (Times Staff/ROBERT J. GURECKI)

Look at Alex Bonnett and Penncrest, the No. 2 seed in District One’s latest power rankings. (Times Staff/ROBERT J. GURECKI)

Checking in at No. 1 is Garnet Valley (11-3), just over three power points ahead of Penncrest (13-3), despite the latter team having the inside line on the Central League title. Third is Central Bucks East, which will matchup with No. 7 seed Radnor (11-5) later this week. The fourth and final bye goes to Bishop Shanahan out of the Ches-Mont.

Radnor is in line to meet Central Bucks West, the No. 26 seed, in the first round of the tournament if it started today. Springfield (11-3) is in the sixth spot in the rankings, which would draw them with SpringfieldMontco in the first round.

Also representing the Central League is Conestoga, the eight seed in the rankings, while Ridley (11-6) is 12th. The Green Raiders are in line to collide with No. 21 Plymouth Whitemarsh in the first round. Strath Haven (8-7) is 17th, and they would travel to Abington for the first round.

On the outside looking in at the 28-team is Haverford (7-8), which stands 30th. They’ll likely need wins over Ridley and Plymouth Whitemarsh in their last two games, plus some help. Further back is Marple Newtown (7-10) in 31st with just one game, standing behind Penncrest and a league title, remaining.

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