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Tri-State Boys Lacrosse Top 20 poll (4/18)

by News 12 Varsity on
Tue, Apr 18, 2017 4:57 PM — @News12Varsity

Updated Tue, Apr 18, 2017 5:19 PM

Tri-State Boys Lacrosse Top 20 as of April 17

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1
5-0
1

Not only are the Blue Wave atop our power rankings in both Connecticut and Tri-State, they will be found near the top of any set of national rankings. Darien was excellent over the weekend in topping Manhasset, 12-8, in their toughest test so far this season. Logan McGovern had four goals and an assist in the win. Next: @ Fairfield Warde (April 18, 7 p.m.) 

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2
4-1
3

Matt Chmil had three goals and one assist, Regan Quinn and Patrick Kavanagh each had two goals and two assists, Aidan Byrnes had two goals and one assist and Christian Rega and Jack Sexton had a pair of goals apiece in a 17-7 win over Fairfield Prep. Next: Saint Ignatius Prep (CA) (April 20, 4:30 p.m.)

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3
8-0
4

After completing a successful Spring Break trip with a 9-7 win at John Jay-Cross River, the Seahawks defeated Huntington, 16-12, at home Saturday. Ian Laviano had six goals and three assists, Matt Licciardi had seven assists, Taylor Strough had four goals and one assist and Macoy Marion and Will Reed had three goals apiece. Next: Floral Park (April 19, 6 p.m.)

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4
5-1
2

The Green conducted an emphatic bounce back from a Thursday loss to Seton Hall Prep, 8-7, with a 19-10 rout of St. Anthony's two days later on Long Island. Garrett Samuelson paced that winning effort with a season-high five goals and also two assists and steady Colin Crowley added three goals and three assists. The loss to Seton Hall snapped a nine-game winning streak. Next: Sparta (April 19, 4 p.m.)

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5
5-2
5

After defeating rival West Islip last Monday, the Patriots suffered their second loss of the season – and second loss at home – by falling to Lincoln-Sudbury (MA) 10-9 Saturday. The Warriors are two-time defending Division I state champions in Massachusetts. Next: @ Walt Whitman (April 19, 6:30 p.m.)

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6
5=2
6

The Friars were blitzed at home Saturday by Delbarton, which had a 12-6 halftime lead and scored the final seven goals in a 19-10 road win. Brennan O’Neil had three goals, Vito Musso netted a pair and Trevor Tyrer, Michael Nicholson, Daniel Parker and Jonathan Huber added one goal apiece. Next: @ Iona Prep (April 20, 4:30 p.m.)

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7
6-1
7

The Braves returned to action after a 12-day layoff and defeated Hicksville, 19-7, on Monday. Syosset faces Freeport, Baldwin and Emmaus (PA) in a five-day span. Next: @ Freeport (April 18, 11 a.m.)

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8
7-1
11

The Trojans stretched their winning streak to seven games with an 11-1 victory over Duxbury (MA) Saturday. Finn Gibbons had four goals and two assists, Jamie Atkinson had three goals and one assist and Luke Keating had two goals Next: Saint Ignatius Prep (CA) @ Hofstra University (April 19, 6 p.m.)

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9
4-2
9

John Psyllos had four goals, Steven Schneider had a pair of goals and Chris Glynn and Kevin Mack added one apiece in a 12-8 loss to Darien in the annual Battle of the Sound. Next: Long Beach (April 18, 7:30 p.m.)

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10
Lakeland/Panas (NY)
6-0
11

The Rebels played were put to their toughest test of the year last week when Mamaroneck came to town and pushed them to final buzzer. It was a tight affair, but the Rebels held on for a 12-10 win and remain undefeated. There is a week off built into the schedule for the Rebels, but they are on the road against Mahopac and a quality Rye team next week. Next: @ Mahopac (April 22, 1 p.m.) 

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11
6-0
12

Nick Attanasio scored a combined five goals, Ethan Locker had three and Kyle O'Neil made several clutch saves to help the Panthers claim two hard-fought victories over Manasquan, 6-3, and Watchung Hills, 8-7. Bridgewater has won 48 of its last 49 games. Next: Hillsborough (April 19, 4 p.m.)

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12
4-2
NR

Yorktown was aggressive in scheduling out-of-section games and the result was six of their first seven on the road, including each of their first five. The Huskers made a statement last week by topping Jamesville-Dewitt on the road and won a war over the weekend against John Jay-Cross River. Next: @ Mahopac (April 18, 4:30 p.m.) 

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13
3-3
13

It was a tough week for the Indians as they picked up two more losses. Jay fell, 12-8 to Cold Spring Harbor at home and took the aforementioned loss, 11-10, in a battle against rival Yorktown. The Indians start a stretch of four-straight home games this week but are 0-2 at home so far this year. The record may not be elite, but their three losses have come by a combined four goals. Next: Rye (April 19, 5 p.m.) 

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14
6-2
15

Connor DeSimone had four goals and two assists, Luke Eschbach, who had three goals and one assist, scored the unassisted winner with 4:34 left in the fourth quarter, Bobby Burns had two goals and Dom Pizzulli added one in a 10-9 win over Massapequa. Next: @ Riverhead (April 19, 4:30 p.m.)

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LW
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15
6-1
14

Mac Bredahl poured in 11 goals and had 11 assists and Thomas Berger and Frank Anello netted seven goals each to direct the explosive Cougars to wins over Roxbury, West Essex and Mount Olive. They've scored 57 goals in four games since a 5-1 loss to Delbarton. Next: Westfield (April 18, 4:30 p.m.)

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16
5-1
10

Timmy Ley had three goals, James Hall had two goals and one assist, Sal Ienna had a pair of goals, Kyle Korwin and Garrett Gibbons each had a goal and Brendan Nichtern had two assists in a 10-9 loss to Smithtown East. Next: Hicksville (April 19, 4:15 p.m.)

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17
6-1
16

The Hilltoppers allowed just eight combined goals in wins over Glen Rock, Sparta and Princeton thanks to the gritty play of Patrick Tully, Finn McTernan, Liam Dougherty, Stephen Sajer, James Waldron and goalies Will Vitton and Pat Moriaty. Next: West Morris (April 18, 4:30 p.m.)

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18
4-1
NR

The first varsity goal for sophomore Chase Maletesta was an unforgettable one for a lot of people, as it proved to be the game-winner Thursday in an 8-7 upset of Delbarton. Junior Griffin Westlin banged in four goals and senior Brian Tevlin had two in the win. Next: West Essex (April 18, 4:30 p.m.)

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19
2-3
17

Do not let the record fool you. The Rams may have dropped three games, but they have come against top-notch competition from Connecticut, New York and Maryland. Jackson Appelt, Matt Bisceglia, Mac Deane, Jack Hoelzer and Graham Braden all found the net for the Rams against Brunswick, but they each had a single goal and New Canaan fell, 7-5, at home. Next: Norwalk (April 18, 4:30 p.m.) 

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20
6-1
20

After suffering their first loss of the season – 9-5 to rival Ward Melville last Monday – the Lions have a big week ahead of them, beginning with a meeting with perennial powerhouse Penfield at home Wednesday and then a showdown with Smithtown East on Saturday. Next: Penfield (April 19, 4:30 p.m.)

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