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High school training camps are set to break ground during the late Winter and early Spring months across New York and the extended region. Back of the Cage is pleased to present our exclusive Girls Varsity Scholastic lacrosse thread. Good luck to all of our players, coaches, and teams for this upcoming season!

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Back of the Cage's Girls Section VIII (Nassau County) Preseason 2011 Top 30 Rankings (All Classes)

[1] Garden City
[2] Manhasset
[3] Farmingdale
[4] Wantagh
[5] Port Washington
[6] North Shore
[7] Cold Spring Harbor
[8] Mineola
[9] Locust Valley
[10] Massapequa
[11] Plainedge
[12] South Side
[13] Baldwin
[14] Friends Academy
[15] Lynbrook
[16] Floral Park
[17] Long Beach
[18] Levittown Division
[19] Valley Stream
[20] Calhoun
[21] Hicksville
[22] Island Trees
[23] Jericho
[24] Mepham
[25] Carle Place
[26] New Hyde Park
[27] Freeport
[28] MacArthur
[29] Seaford
[30] Oceanside

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Back of the Cage's Girls Section XI (Suffolk County) Preseason 2011 Top 30 Rankings (All Classes)

[1] Northport
[2] Shoreham-Wading River
[3] Rocky Point
[4] Bay Shore
[5] Hauppauge
[6] West Babylon
[7] West Islip
[8] Eastport-South Manor
[9] Sayville
[10] Commack
[11] William Floyd
[12] Middle Country
[13] Islip
[14] Bayport-Blue Point
[15] Ward Melville
[16] Lindenhurst
[17] Miller Place
[18] Mt. Sinai
[19] Huntington
[20] Half Hollow Hills
[21] Deer Park
[22] Sachem North
[23] Harborfields
[24] Smithtown East
[25] North Babylon
[26] Babylon
[27] Smithtown West
[28] Comsewogue
[29] Bellport
[30] Elwood-John Glenn

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Sacred Heart and Saint Anthony's should be able to give most teams in Nassau and Suffolk a run for their money.Have to show the Catholic's a little love.

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Sacred Heart and Saint Anthony's should be able to give most teams in Nassau and Suffolk a run for their money.Have to show the Catholic's a little love.
The Catholic High Schools are ranked outside of the public schools as you probably know. Generally speaking, the local rankings seem to be pretty clear.

Girls Catholic High Schools

1. St. Anthony's
2. Sacred Heart
3. Kellenberg
4. St. John the Baptist
5. Our Lady of Mercy
6. Holy Trinity
7. St. Mary's
8. St. Dominic's

The ranking gap between St. Anthony's and Sacred Heart is much larger than the gap from Sacred Heart back to the rest of the field.

St. Anthony's would be competitive with all the top Nassau and Suffolk teams. Being fair, Sacred Heart is probably competitive with the fifth ranked teams and downward across the two counties.

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1. Covie Stanwick, Notre Dame Prep (Baltimore, Md.), Boston College
2. Brigid Smith, Good Counsel (Olney, Md.), Duke
3. Molly Hulseman, Loyola Academy (Wilmette, Ill.), Loyola
4. Casey Bocklet, John Jay (Cross River, N.Y.), Northwestern
5. Lauren CoachS, St. Anthony’s (Melville, N.Y.), Georgetown
6. Jennifer Cook, McDonogh (Owings Mills, Md.), Maryland
7. Lindsay Toppe, Fox Lane (Bedford, N.Y.), Cornell
8. Erin McMunn, Winters Mill (Westminster, Md.), Princeton
9. Anna Salemo, Heritage (Littleton, Colo.), Stanford
10. Caroline Tarzian, Garden City (Garden City, N.Y.), Georgetown
11. Jane Gion, New Trier (Winnetka, Ill.), undecided
12. Emily Solenberger, Downingtown East (Downingtown, Pa.), Lehigh
13. Samantha Mcgee, Bryn Mawr (Baltimore, Md.), North Carolina
14. Leah Gallagher, Radnor (Radnor, Pa.), Notre Dame
15. Megan Meritz, Farmingdale (Farmingdale, N.Y.), Florida
16. Jamie Leone, Farmingdale (Farmingdale, N.Y.), Fairfield
17. Mallory Vehar, Hudson (Hudson, Ohio), Syracuse
18. Alexa Froccaro, Paul D.Schreiber (Port Washington, N.Y.), undecided
19. Alison Curwin, Pittsford Sutherland (Pittsford, N.Y.), James Madison
20. Christina Gambino, St. Anthony’s (Melville, N.Y.), Penn

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ESPN's Top 20 Midfielders on the Rise

1. Taylor Trimble, Episcopal Academy (Newtown Square, Pa.), Duke
2. Mikaela Rix, Garden City (Garden City, N.Y.), Boston College
3. Shannon Gilroy, Northport (Northport, N.Y.), Florida
4. Brooks Lawler, McDonogh (Owings Mills, Md.), Northwestern
5. Caroline Seats, Roland Park (Baltimore, Md.), Georgetown
6. Mollie Caputo, Fayetteville-Manilus (Fayetteville-Manilus, N.Y.), Georgetown
7. Kelly McPartland, Farmingdale (Farmingdale, N.Y.), North Carolina
8. Nora Barry, Marcellus (Marcellus, N.Y.), Florida
9. Morgan Rubin, Bryn Mawr (Baltimore, Md.), North Carolina
10. Blake Dietrick, Wellesley (Wellesley, Mass.), Princeton
11. Kelly Devlin, Downingtown East (Downingtown, Pa.), North Carolina
12. Chelsea Landon, Nobles & Greenough (Dedham, Mass.), Duke
13. Jessica Loizeaux, Clearview (Mullica Hill, N.J.),Virginia
14. Maggie McCormick, Liberty (Eldersburg, Md.), Penn State
15. Kerrin Maurer, St. Anthony’s (St. Anthony’s, N.Y.), Duke
16. Sloan Warren, Baldwin School (Baldwin, Pa.), Virginia
17. Sydney Thomas, Medina (Medina, Ohio), Loyola
18. Annie Thomas, John Carroll (Bel Air, Md.), Loyola
19. Kelly Lechner, Good Counsel (Olney, Md.), Towson
20. Courtney Swan, Vero Beach (Vero Beach, Fla.), Virginia

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ESPN's Top 20 Defenders on the Rise

1. Barbara Sullivan, Garden City (Garden City, N.Y.), Notre Dame
2. Shanna Brady, St. Anthony’s (South Huntington, N.Y.), Maryland
3. Caileigh Sindall, Good Counsel (Olney, Md.), North Carolina
4. Sally Jentis, Ridgewood, (Ridgewood, N.J.), Florida
5. Alyssa Blevins, C. Milton Wright (Bel Air, Md.), UMBC
6. Christine Ferguson, St. Paul’s (Concord, N.H.), Undecided
7. Megan Ark, Brighton (N.Y.), Colgate
8. Alexis Cross, Liberty (Eldersburg, Md.), James Madison
9. Summer O’Donnell, Strath Haven (Wallingford, Pa.), Drexel
10. Megan Douty, Rumson-Fair Haven (Rumson, N.J.), Maryland
11. Katherine Shepherd, Highland Park (Dallas, Texas), William and Mary
12. Megan Marnelli, Northport (Northport, N.Y.), Georgetown
13. Chelsea Cook, Bay Shore (Bay Shore, N.Y.), Denver
14. Nicole Gleason, Loyola Academy (Wilmette, Ill.), Villanova
15. Clare Curran, St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Alexandria, Va.), Yale
16. Sarah Scott, Yorktown (Yorktown Heights, N.Y.), North Carolina
17. Maggie Forker, Episcopal Academy (Newtown Square, Pa.), Vanderbilt
18. Casey McGowan West Islip (West Islip, N.Y.), Georgetown
19. Hannah Mullen, St. Stephen & St. Agnes (Alexandria, Va.). Harvard
20. Christina Monahan, Jr., Lake Brantley (Altamonte Springs, Fla.)

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1. Annie Woehling, Radnor (Radnor, Pa.), Princeton
2. Bridget Bianco, Moorestown (Moorestown, N.J.), Northwestern
3. Kelly Weis, Garden City (Garden City, N.Y.), Harvard
4. Caitlin Hester, Battlefield (Battlefield, Va.), Ohio State
5. Allie Murray, Downingtown East (Downingtown, Pa.), Notre Dame
6. Kelsey Richardson, Jordan-Eldridge (Jordan, N.Y.), Syracuse
7. Schylar Healy, Liberty (Eldersburg, Md.), James Madison
8. Marya Fratoni, Downingtown East (Downingtown, Pa.), Navy
9. Lucy Ferguson, Montclair (Montclair, N.J.), William and Mary
10. Rachel Vallarelli, Hartsdale (Hartsdale, N.Y.), UMASS
11. KC Emerson, Sherwood (Sandy Spring, Md.), Johns Hopkins
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13. Jennifer Danko, Thomas Worthington (Worthington, Ohio.), Savannah School of Design
14. Lauren Knight, Roland Park (Baltimore, Md.), La Salle
15. Kelsey Gregerson, South Side (Rockville Centre, N.Y.), Hofstra
16. Santana Osterhus, Owatonna (Owatonna Minn.), Robert Morris
17. Jaquelyn Kakalecik, Hunterdon Central (Flemington, N.J.), Temple
18. Julia Burns, Broadneck (Annapolis, Md.), Undecided
19. Taylor Hurwitz, Council Rock South (Holland, Pa.), New Hampshire
20. Kellie Roddy, Poway (Poway, Calif.), Undecided

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7. Kelly McPartland, Farmingdale (Farmingdale, N.Y.), North Carolina
BOTC Industries has just learned that Ms. McPartland has turned down the North Carolina offer after her verbal agreement and has signed a national letter of intent to play for the University of Maryland.

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Long Island Commitments/Signings

Jenna Agostino M. Country Stony Brook
L. Casadonte HHH West Fairfield
Courtney Chmil Our Lady Mercy Fairfield
Erin Collins West Islip Maryland
V. DePasquale East Meadow Hofstra
Rachael Dillon Mt. Sinai Denver
Krislyn Engelke Farmingdale Syracuse
Lauren Engelke Garden City Fairfield
Sarah Ehrman Huntington Stony Brook
Caitlin Gargan Rocky Point Notre Dame
Loren Generi Bayport-Blue Point Navy
Jessica Hassett Rocky Point Ohio State
Kelly Keenan Wantagh Sacred Heart
Jackie Kennedy Massapequa Wagner
Kelly Kuerner Sachem N. Stony Brook
Amber Kupres Connetquot Stony Brook
Jamie Leone Farmingdale Fairfield
Erin Magnuson Northport Yale
Morgan Mallon Manhasset Bryant
Megan Marinelli Northport Georgetown
Kelly McPartland Farmingdale Maryland
Casey McGowan West Islip Georgetown
Maegan Meritz Farmingdale Florida
Erin Mullins Garden City Yale
Jess Nelson Northport Princeton
Gabrielle Nesi Garden City Vanderbilt
Kyra Ochwat Farmingdale Syracuse
Jen Poretto Hauppauge Ohio State
Emilie Pugliese Huntington High Point
Mikaela Rix Garden City Boston C.
A. Rousseau Wantagh Manhattan
Brianna Schussler Wantagh Sacred Heart
Barbara Sullivan Garden City Notre Dame
Caroline Tarzian Garden City Georgetown
Rachael Vasquez Sachem North Iona
Jessica Venturino Hauppauge Dartmouth
Kirsten Viscount Smithtown West Marist
Kelly Weiss Garden City Harvard
Jackie Wieczorek West Islip Sacred Heart
Octavia William Floyd Johns Hopkins
Loren Ziegler West Islip Syracuse

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The South Huntington School District just listed five lacrosse positions that are open on both the boys and girls side.

Lacrosse, Varsity Asst. Girls $6,837
Lacrosse, JV Asst. Girls $5,210
Lacrosse, Varsity Boys $8,622
Lacrosse, JV Asst. Boys $5,210
Lacrosse, 7th & 8th Gr. Boys $5,210

Applications are due by January 24th - reasonably late for the upcoming Spring season for sure.

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Back of the Cage's Girls Section VIII (Nassau County) Preseason 2011 Top 30 Rankings (All Classes)

[1] Garden City
[2] Manhasset
[3] Farmingdale
[4] Wantagh
[5] Port Washington
[6] North Shore
[7] Cold Spring Harbor
[8] Mineola
[9] Locust Valley
[10] Massapequa
So from the top ten, which girls teams will make the most noise this year? Let's get some varsity season discussion going!

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Back of the Cage's Girls Section VIII (Nassau County) Preseason 2011 Top 30 Rankings (All Classes)

[1] Garden City
[2] Manhasset
[3] Farmingdale
[4] Wantagh
[5] Port Washington
[6] North Shore
[7] Cold Spring Harbor
[8] Mineola
[9] Locust Valley
[10] Massapequa
So from the top ten, which girls teams will make the most noise this year? Let's get some varsity season discussion going!


What about Suffolk??

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So from the top Top, which girls teams will make the most noise this year? Let's get some varsity season discussion going!


What about Suffolk??
These were the top ten for Suffolk - how are these in order?

[1] Northport
[2] Shoreham-Wading River
[3] Rocky Point
[4] Bay Shore
[5] Hauppauge
[6] West Babylon
[7] West Islip
[8] Eastport-South Manor
[9] Sayville
[10] Commack

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So from the top Top, which girls teams will make the most noise this year? Let's get some varsity season discussion going!


What about Suffolk??
These were the top ten for Suffolk - how are these in order?

[1] Northport
[2] Shoreham-Wading River
[3] Rocky Point
[4] Bay Shore
[5] Hauppauge
[6] West Babylon
[7] West Islip
[8] Eastport-South Manor
[9] Sayville
[10] Commack


These are all schools in different divisions. But there will finish in top of their standings

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6 WEEKS and we have a new season upon us. Lets hope for plenty of excitement, lots of improvement and some hard fought battles. Lets hope those with injuries are fully recovered and those with strong potential have worked hard since last season. Can't wait to watch some of the early season battles. Good luck to all our defending champions and those who plan to take the top spots. Lets get the dialog going.

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6 WEEKS and we have a new season upon us. Lets hope for plenty of excitement, lots of improvement and some hard fought battles. Lets hope those with injuries are fully recovered and those with strong potential have worked hard since last season. Can't wait to watch some of the early season battles. Good luck to all our defending champions and those who plan to take the top spots. Lets get the dialog going.


If it ever stops snowing. If we keep getting buried in snow through February it could make it a real pain for girls to get out. Season starts @ March 16th and we can get some reason snow storms in March. Ugh

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May as well wrap up and deliver # 1 trophy now.No one will touch Garden City in the publics.

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Dont count out NORTHPORT they are stacked with everyone returning!!

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May as well wrap up and deliver # 1 trophy now.No one will touch Garden City in the publics.


Look out for Farmingdale!

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Open question ; Who will be the top sophpmores this year from Section VIII and Section XI?

Sophomore year is the primary BO year for most top players. Some to watch :

Courtney Fortunato - Northport
Maggie Bill - St. Anthony's
Danielle Doherty - Massapequa
Nadine Hadnagny - Farmingdale

Any other sophomore "shots to watch"?

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Courtney Fortunato - Northport
Caroline Fitzgerald-Mt Sinai
Maggie Bill - St. Anthony's
Nadine Hadnagny - Farmingdale
Alexis Maffucci-Hills
Taylor Fischer-Comsewogue
Julia DiMaria-Hills
Ali Tilley-Ward Melville




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Courtney Fortunato - Northport
Caroline Fitzgerald-Mt Sinai
Maggie Bill - St. Anthony's
Nadine Hadnagny - Farmingdale
Alexis Maffucci-Hills
Taylor Fischer-Comsewogue
Julia DiMaria-Hills
Ali Tilley-Ward Melville

Lets go crazy how about freshman to watch!!




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Courtney Fortunato - Northport
Caroline Fitzgerald-Mt Sinai
Maggie Bill - St. Anthony's
Nadine Hadnagny - Farmingdale
Alexis Maffucci-Hills
Taylor Fischer-Comsewogue
Julia DiMaria-Hills
Ali Tilley-Ward Melville
How about these other players?

Birdie Gahan (Friends/Liberty)
Jenny CoachS (St. A's/Express)
Maddy Molinari (Manhasset/Liberty)

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Question: Why don't the high schools on Long Island plow their turf fields like all of the colleges on Long Island? In most cases, it is the same style of turf so that can't be the issue. With all of the new turf fields we have throughout Long Island and most of them sit covered in snow, the kids have no where to shoot and play and get ready for the spring.

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Question: Why don't the high schools on Long Island plow their turf fields like all of the colleges on Long Island? In most cases, it is the same style of turf so that can't be the issue. With all of the new turf fields we have throughout Long Island and most of them sit covered in snow, the kids have no where to shoot and play and get ready for the spring.


Its not in New York State's budget! LOL

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Schedules for Nassau are posted on the Section 8 web site. Things look a lot different this season.

How is this going to work as far as playoffs go? Is this good for the sport in Nassau?

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Who are the top three in each division in Nassau & Suffolk?

Nassau A
1. Farmingdale
2. Massapequa
3. Port Washington

Nassau B
1. Garden City
2. Manhasset
3. Wantagh

Nassau C
1. Cold Spring Harbor
2. North Shore
3. Island Trees

Suffolk A
1. Northport
2. Bay Shore
3. West Islip

Suffolk B
1. SWR
2. Rocky Point
3. Hauppague

Suffolk C
1. Mt. Sinai
2. Babylon
3. John Glenn

Comments on these girls varsity rankings? Let's hear it!

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Mt. Sinai on top based con what?
And hauppauge is gonna cream swr

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Who are the top three in each division in Nassau & Suffolk?

Nassau C
1. Cold Spring Harbor
2. North Shore
3. Island Trees

Suffolk C
1. Mt. Sinai
2. Babylon
3. John Glenn
Just finished looking at the records of the Class C teams mentioned. Have I looked at the wrong data or were all of the leading Class C teams at most two games over .500 last season? With budget cuts looming all over in the New York State and shortened schedules (non-division scrimmages), it will be tough to gauge just how well these teams would match up with one another.

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Just finished looking at the records of the Class C teams mentioned. Have I looked at the wrong data or were all of the leading Class C teams at most two games over .500 last season? With budget cuts looming all over in the New York State and shortened schedules (non-division scrimmages), it will be tough to gauge just how well these teams would match up with one another.
Some of the current Class C schools played in the Nassau County "Power Conference". A small school like Cold Spring Harbor played schools like Garden City, Manhasset, Farmingdale, Wantagh, Friends Academy, North Shore, Massapequa, South Side, Syosset, Calhoun, Carle Place, Hicksville and Plainedge.

Only three of those schools were in the Class C playoffs; all of the others were in Class A or Class B.

Cold Spring Harbor was 10W-8L with the fourth strength of schedule ranking.

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Nassau Class A: Farmingdale is an overwhelming favorite while Massapequa and Port will be fighting for the second spot. Calhoun will also be in the mix tihs year but the upgrade to Class A might be a problem.

Nassau Class B: Obviously Garden City is the clear favorite but Manhasset moving into Class B makes it more interesting for the first time in years. Wantagh, South Side and Division should be in the mix to round out the top four.

Nassau Class C: Cold Spring Harbor and North Shore will battle for the top spot with Friends, Carle Place, and Mineola for the next spots - remember only top 6 make the playoffs.

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Originally Posted by BoardLord
Back of the Cage's Girls Section XI (Suffolk County) Preseason 2011 Top 30 Rankings (All Classes)

[1] Northport
[2] Shoreham-Wading River
[3] Rocky Point
[4] Bay Shore
[5] Hauppauge
[6] West Babylon
[7] West Islip
[8] Eastport-South Manor
[9] Sayville
[10] Commack
[11] William Floyd
[12] Middle Country
[13] Islip
[14] Bayport-Blue Point
[15] Ward Melville
[16] Lindenhurst
[17] Miller Place
[18] Mt. Sinai
[19] Huntington
[20] Half Hollow Hills
[21] Deer Park
[22] Sachem North
[23] Harborfields
[24] Smithtown East
[25] North Babylon
[26] Babylon
[27] Smithtown West
[28] Comsewogue
[29] Bellport
[30] Elwood-John Glenn


the thought of sayville being ahead of bayport is disgusting. bayport beat them twice last year ...not even close games. Mount sinai will not beat bayport in the class c title. Bayport has only lost 3 key starters and still has it's top scorers. do not under estimate loren generi, gen stickney , christy thoden, julia ohnson and rachel obrien.

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I don't understand how Bayport Bluepoint could be placed under Sayville having beat them last year. They are sure to win their county game as well, nobody on Sinai can stop their best players.. Sinai has a young team who lost twice to Bayport. Don't underestimate BBP.

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I don't understand how Bayport Bluepoint could be placed under Sayville having beat them last year. They are sure to win their county game as well, nobody on Sinai can stop their best players.. Sinai has a young team who lost twice to Bayport. Don't underestimate BBP.
The ranking clearly reflects Sayville's overall record last season which favored them over BBP. Mount Sanai girls side has improved this year and could well challenge for Suffolk's Class C title. That does not take away from BBP - but the whole season goes into a ranking, not just the head-to-head games.

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I don't understand how Bayport Bluepoint could be placed under Sayville having beat them last year. They are sure to win their county game as well, nobody on Sinai can stop their best players.. Sinai has a young team who lost twice to Bayport. Don't underestimate BBP.
The ranking clearly reflects Sayville's overall record last season which favored them over BBP. Mount Sanai girls side has improved this year and could well challenge for Suffolk's Class C title. That does not take away from BBP - but the whole season goes into a ranking, not just the head-to-head games.


Middle Country Girls played Bayport in scrimmage yesterday. I know its just a scrimmage but they were down 6-2 (Bayport) at half and lost by about 11-8. Maybe they were missing some girls? They didn't look to be a force??

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I don't understand how Bayport Bluepoint could be placed under Sayville having beat them last year. They are sure to win their county game as well, nobody on Sinai can stop their best players.. Sinai has a young team who lost twice to Bayport. Don't underestimate BBP.
The ranking clearly reflects Sayville's overall record last season which favored them over BBP. Mount Sanai girls side has improved this year and could well challenge for Suffolk's Class C title. That does not take away from BBP - but the whole season goes into a ranking, not just the head-to-head games.


Middle Country Girls played Bayport in scrimmage yesterday. I know its just a scrimmage but they were down 6-2 (Bayport) at

half and lost by about 11-8. Maybe they were missing some girls? They didn't look to be a force??


Mt. Sinai is going to beat Bayport handily




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Syosset 5, East Meadow 4: Dominique Compito scored from the center hash with 1:22 left in overtime to lift Syosset to a 5-4 season-opening win over East Meadow.

Bethpage 15, Jericho 5: Junior Lindsay Cafiero had career-high in goals (six), assists (five) and points (11) and Brianne DeNigris had four goals and one assist to lead Bethpage in non-league.

Baldwin 13, Elmont 2: Senior Courtney Berg scored a career-high six goals and added an assist.

Hewlett 22, Carey 8: Senior Dani Kandel scored a career-high seven goals, Jenni Rogoff had five goals.

West Islip 13. Massapequa 10: Lorraine Hodgson had four goals and two assists and Loren Ziegler and Erin Collins each had three goals to lift West Islip.

Sayville 17, Lindenhurst 5: Mia Bonocore scored two goals, Emily Meier had four goals and one assist and Kimmi Marra added three goals and three assists for Sayville in non-league.

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Results from Monday, March 21st

Massapequa defeats East Meadow, 14-5
Wantagh defeats Cold Spring Harbor, 19-11
Middle Country defeats Miller Place, 9-8

Massapequa 14, East Meadow 5: Kelsey O'Brien scored four goals to lead Massapequa (1-0) in Conference I. Maddie Pimental added two goals and four assists.

Wantagh 19, Cold Spring Harbor 11: Paula Schmidt had four goals and Colleen Lovett added five goals.

Middle Country 9, Miller Place 8: Shannon Coleman scored with 7:31 left in the second half to give Middle Country (1-0) a 9-7 lead in non-league. Jenna Agostino added three goals. Tiana Parrella and Casey Brown each had three goals and an assist for Miller Place (0-1).

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