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Manhasset (N.Y.) Moves to No. 5 in Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls' Lacrosse Top 25 of June 4, 2013

June 4, 2013    13288 Views

BALTIMORE, June 4, 2013 — Teams in state playoff competitions jockeyed for position — highlighted by Manhasset’s defeat of Garden City in the Nassau County, N.Y., Class B championship game — in this week’s Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls’ Lacrosse National Top 25 poll, released today by US Lacrosse. The poll appears as part of Lacrosse Magazine’s bi-weekly report on high school girls’ lacrosse at

The then-No. 6 Indians used their 14-8 win over the then-No. 4 Trojans to leap frog over Garden City for the fifth spot in today’s poll. No. 5 Manhasset continues to represent Long Island in the New York state playoffs with a game Friday vs. Brighton (N.Y.). This week also saw Marriotts Ridge (Md.) surge to No. 9 after winning the Maryland Class 3A/2A championship, knocking off then-No. 9 Century (Md.) in the final. St. John’s (Texas) won its last 15 games, including the Texas Girls’ High School Lacrosse League title, to jump to No. 23.

Unbeaten McDonogh (Md.) finished its season as the unanimous No. 1 after winning its fifth straight Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland championship and extending its winning streak to 91 games.

The Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls’ Lacrosse National Top 25, with teams, record, point total (first-place votes) and next game or season highlight noted:

1. McDonogh (Md.) 22-0, 175 (7), IAAM champion
2. St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) 17-1, 168, CHSAA champion
3. St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes (Va.) 27-1, 161, ISL & VISAA champions
4. Georgetown Visitation (D.C.) 17-2, 151, ISL runner-up
5. Manhasset (N.Y.) 16-3, 149, June 7 Brighton (N.Y.)
6. Garden City (N.Y.) 17-2, 134, Season complete
7. Moorestown (N.J.) 23-0, 130, June 5 Oak Knoll (N.J.)
8. St. Paul’s (Md.) 13-5, 129, IAAM runner-up
9. Marriotts Ridge (Md.) 18-1, 122, State Class 3A/2A champion
10. Century (Md.) 16-3, 115, State Class 3A/2A runner-up
11. Milton (Ga.) 18-3-1, 107, State Class 6A champion
12. C.M. Wright (Md.) 16-2, 100, State Class 3A/2A semifinalist
13. Vero Beach (Fla.) 20-4, 93, State champion
14. Mount Sinai (N.Y.) 18-0, 87, June 7 Honeyoe Falls-Lima (N.Y.)
15. Farmingdale (N.Y.) 14-3, 86, June 7 Penfield (N.Y.)
16. Bryn Mawr (Md.) 10-5, 85, IAAM semifinalist
17. Harriton (Pa.) 23-2, 62, June 4 Manheim Township (Pa.)
18. Darien (Conn.) 19-1, 59, June 4 Hall-West Hartford (Conn.)
19. Maryvale Prep (Md.) 11-5, 54, IAAM semifinalist
20. Good Counsel (Md.) 17-3-1, 41, WCAC champion
21. Bay Shore (N.Y.) 18-2, 40, Season complete
22. Christian Brothers (N.Y.) 17-2, 34, June 7 John Jay-Cross River (N.Y.)
23. St. John’s (Texas) 21-2, 27, TGHSLL champion
24. Radnor (Pa.) 19-4, 6, June 4 Peters Township (Pa.)
25. Westwood (Mass.) 22-0, 6, TBD

Others receiving votes:
Strath Haven (Pa.) 18-5, 6
Springfield-Delco (Pa.) 20-5, 4
Loyola Academy (Ill.) 21-3, 4
West Genesee (N.Y.) 15-2, 2

Voters for the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls’ Lacrosse National Top 25 poll include US Lacrosse area representatives and Lacrosse Magazine contributors. The national Top 25 supplements in-depth coverage of high school girls’ lacrosse, including regional Top 10 rankings, top performers, games to watch and notebooks, from each of five regions:


US Lacrosse will release next week the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Boys’ Lacrosse National Top 25 poll and regional reports. The final girls’ report will be released the week of June 18.

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