Girls' soccer: Tribune Power Rankings

Published August 20, 2012 1:52 am

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Class 5A

1. Alta • Defense is not as strong as last season, but scoring is very even

2. Davis • Seven players have scored in only three games so far

3. Brighton • Yet to give up a goal, and pounded Riverton this week

4. Lone Peak • Knights have been consistent against tough opponents

5. Viewmont • Quality wins show Vikings should be contending again

Class 4A

1. Skyline • Ashley Aberton and Jaslyn Masina are a tough tandem

2. Woods Cross • Losses to Davis and Viewmont are forgivable

3. Maple Mountain • Putting up points, but how good is the competition?

4. Bonneville • Lost a close one to Ogden, but defense is solid

5. Highland • Showed poise in close games against Judge and Olympus

Class 3A

1. Ogden • Unquestionably the team to beat with three quality wins

2. Juan Diego • Fighting through a tough preseason schedule

3. Dixie • Has an eye-popping 24-0 scoring margin four games in

4. Park City • Fought Skyline to draw in a gritty matchup

5. Tooele • Gaining confidence with wins over higher-classification teams

Class 2A

1. St. Joseph • Gut-check game against Juan Diego coming up

2. Richfield • Shutting down the competition defensively so far

3. Waterford • Don't be fooled by losses — they'll shape up

4. Summit Academy • Hot start by the new program with two wins

5. Manti • Templars, always tough, going against 3A foes

Kyle Goon