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Preseason high school girls lacrosse rankings
This spring is already better than last year’s version with this season’s high school sports back, including girls lacrosse.
The South Shore always boasts some of the elite programs in the state and it should be no different this year even after a nearly two-year hiatus since the last time meaningful games were played.
The usual powerhouses in the area still figure to be in contention to bring back hardware by season’s end, which has become almost a rite of passage each June.
More: H.S. BOYS LACROSSE: Top 10 rankings
Taking a stab at creating preseason rankings for this upcoming season was no easy task since there was no 2020 season to go off of, so let’s be a little gentle with the list and maybe wait a couple of weeks before making it bulletin board material.
(2019 record in parentheses)
1. Notre Dame Academy (23-3) – After losing four out of five sectional finals, the Cougars got over the hump in 2019 by claiming its first Division 1 state title since 2013. Madison Ahern, the program’s all-time leader in career points with 631 (435 goals and 196 assists) is long gone – now starring at the University of Notre Dame – but NDA always has an impressive crop of talent at its disposal. The Cougars will lean on Kylie Wilson.
2. Norwell (17-6) – The perennial powerhouse has won five Div. 2 state titles under coach Kara Connerty, who is 169-54-5 (.750) since taking over in 2010, and she always has her team ready to play no matter the circumstances. The Clippers fell a few wins shy of obtaining the crown again in 2019, but return Notre Dame-bound goalie Isabel Pithie and University of New Hampshire commit Allie Connerty to an inexperienced team.
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3. Cohasset (20-6) – The Skippers are officially in the post-Hansen era with the dynamic sisters, Elle and Jane Hansen, both playing at Northwestern. The Hansens spearheaded Cohasset’s run to two Div. 2 state titles in three years. Molly Stephens is the next star in line for the Skippers, but she will miss the season due to a torn ACL, making it even more of a challenge for Cohasset to repeat.
4. Hanover (17-5) – It was a breakthrough 2019 season for the Hawks as they reached the Div. 2 South final for the first time in program history. This season, Hanover will try to prove it isn’t a one-hit wonder.
5. Duxbury (15-7) – The Dragons can no longer lean on the offensive wizardry of Julia Barry, who took her talents to Boston College. Duxbury is one of the top teams in the Patriot League year after year and things shouldn’t change this season.
6. Braintree (12-8) – The Wamps played in one of the most thrilling games in 2019 when it defeated Marshfield, 7-6, in four overtimes in the first round of the Div. 1 South sectional. Their hearts got a much-needed rest after that pulse-pounding victory and are a tough match-up coming out of the Bay State Conference.
7. Hingham (10-11) – Don’t let the Harborwomen’s 2019 record deceive you. They played a difficult nonleague slate to get themselves battled tested. If they can tap into that experience, it will serve Hingham well this season.
8. Marshfield (11-8) – As the somewhat new kids on the block, the Rams prepare for their first official season in the Patriot League. Marshfield didn’t have many nails left after the 2019 season, playing in seven games decided by one or two goals. The Rams could make quite the first impression in their new league.
9. Scituate (13-8) – The Sailors don’t have to replace as much as other teams on this list since it graduated zero seniors after the 2019 season. Scituate should have Sarah Irish back leading the way. Irish is committed to Sienna College and exploded for 60 goals as a sophomore.
10. Rockland (14-4) – The Bulldogs will try to build off a historic 2019 season in which it notched the most wins in program history and captured its first-ever postseason victory.
On the bubble: Silver Lake (14-6), Pembroke (11-8), Archbishop Williams (15-7).
NYSSWA 2019 girls lacrosse rankings
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George Hollenbeck compiles the weekly girls lacrosse rankings. Class A 1 Baldwinsville-3 8-0 2 St. Anthony's-CHSAA 8-1 3 Middle Country-11 7-1 4 Riverhead-11 8-1 5 Northport-11 9-1 6 Ward Melville-11 9-1 7 Smithtown East-11 7-2 8 Farmingdale-8 7-1 9 Rush-Henrietta-5 6-1 10 Bay Shore-11 7-3 11 Syosset-8 6-3 12 North Rockland-1 7-1 13 Arlington-1 5-1 14 West Islip-11 7-4 15 Ithaca-4 7-1 16 Penfield-5 6-1 17 Shenendehowa-2 6-2 18 Pittsford-5 4-1 19 Liverpool-3 5-2 20 Bethlehem-2 4-1 Class B 1 Manhasset-8 7-1 2 Eastport-South Manor-11 8-0 3 Garden City-8 6-2 4 Fayetteville-Manlius-3 4-1 5 West Babylon-11 7-2 6 Brighton-5 5-1 7 Mepham-8 8-1 8 Canandaigua-5 4-2 9 Yorktown-1 6-4 10 Niskayuna-2 7-0 11 Spencerport-5 7-1 12 Auburn-3 7-1 13 Rome Free Academy-3 4-2 14 John Jay Cross River-1 6-1 15 Rocky Point-11 5-5 16 Hauppauge-11 5-3 17 Minisink Valley-9 6-0 18 Queensbury-2 8-0 19 Fox Lane-1 5-3 20 Valley Stream-8 9-0
Class C 1 Cold Spring Harbor-8 9-1 2 Mount Sinai-11 7-1 3 Sacred Heart-CHSAA 5-2 4 Bayport-Blue Point-11 7-1 5 Westhampton Beach-11 7-3 6 Sayville-11 8-2 7 Jamesville-DeWitt-3 7-1 8 Locust Valley-8 7-2 9 Plainedge-8 7-3 10 Pelham Memorial-1 6-0 11 Tappan Zee-1 9-1 12 Mercy-5 7-1 13 Hendrick Hudson-1 6-2 14 Lake Shore-6 9-0 15 Maine-Endwell-4 9-1 16 Lynbrook-8 5-4 17 Shoreham-Wading River-11 7-4 18 East Syraracuse Minoa-3 7-2 19 Amherst-6 8-1 20 Byram Hills-1 5-2 Class D 1 Skaneateles-3 6-2 2 Westhill-3 7-1 3 Mattituck/Southold-11 5-3 4 Carle Place-8 7-1 5 Bronxville-1 6-1 6 Marcellus-3 5-2 7 South Jefferson-3 4-3 8 Pleasantville-1 5-1 9 Palmyra-Macedon-5 5-2 10 Babylon-11 5-4 11 LaFayette-3 4-3 12 Albertus Magnus-1 3-3 13 General Brown-3 5-2 14 Waterloo-5 5-2 15 Irvington-1 5-1 16 Penn Yan-5 2-1 17 Tully-3 4-1 18 Eden-6 5-3 19 Johnstown-2 6-0 20 Gowanda-6 5-2
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US Lacrosse High School Top 25
The US Lacrosse High School Top 25 was released earlier this week, and while we don’t put too much stock in national high school rankings (it’s almost impossible to be truly accurate as there is still so little overlap), they are fun to see, and provide for great chatter.
Although we have seen incredible growth within the sport of lacrosse, especially at the high school level, the polls are still dominated by long-established teams in hotbed areas. Culver Academy, a military school in Indiana is one notable exception. St. Igantius in California is another.
Other than that, every single team in the Top 25, or that received consideration is from New York, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, DC, and New Jersey. That’s five states and a District, which is located between two of the five states. Lacrosse may be growing, but when will the newer regions start competing at the absolute highest level?
I for one can’t wait to see the first National #1 that isn’t from one of those five states. How long til that happens?
See below for the full Top 25, and how US Lacrosse conducts the poll:
Unbeaten Boys’ Latin (Md.) has won its first 11 games and received all first-place votes to remain the No. 1-ranked team in the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Boys’ Lacrosse Top 25 poll, released today by US Lacrosse. The poll appears as part ofLacrosse Magazine’s bi-weekly report on high school boys’ lacrosse at laxmagazine.com/hsb25.
The Lakers are 11-0 overall and 2-0 in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association following defeats of league rivals then-No. 10 McDonogh (Md.) and Severn (Md.). While some of the team rankings remain unchanged, a win over then-No. 12 West Islip (N.Y.) helped Smithtown East (N.Y.) rise to No. 22. Episcopal Academy (Pa.) and Haverford School (Pa.) used six- and seven-game winning streaks, respectively, to earn the No. 23 and 25 spots. Unbeaten Malvern Prep (Pa.) moved up to the No. 8 spot after an 8-7 double-overtime win at then-No. 25 Penn Charter (Pa).
The Nike/US Lacrosse High School Boys’ Lacrosse National Top 25, with teams, record, point total (first-place votes) and next game noted:
1. Boys’ Latin (Md.) 11-0, 175 (7), April 16 at St. Mary’s