NYC boys lacrosse power rankings (5/15)
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With victories over Riverdale and Poly Prep in the regular season, the Eagles proved they are championship contenders when the NYSAISAA tournament begins this weekend.
The Falcons rebounded from tough defeats to Fieldston and Hackley to take a 9-3 win over Trinity in the Ivy League regular season finale. Coach T. J. Barnett now prepares his team for the postseason.
The reigning city champions have done well after a brief struggling spell by recording lopsided wins over Xaverian and Mount St. Michael.
The Pirates thanked goalie Alec Meiselman for making two late key saves in the final as the MVP helped Tottenville earn a PSAL title against New Dorp Sunday. Next: Season complete
The Blue Devils recorded a 12-4 win over Dalton, which should boost Hugo Francis, Dylan Moser and company to defend their NYSAISAA crown.
The Lions gained the No. 1 seed in the CHSAA Class A playoffs and the city title by getting an impressive home win over Stepinac.
The Tigers didn’t have a good showing in a loss to Poly Prep, but still have the ability to make a splash in the NYSAISAA tournament.
The Central Cougars will have to get past a tough Cardozo team at home in the semifinals. New Dorp narrowly beat the visitors 4-3 in the regular season finale.
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The Mountaineers improved defensively down the stretch as the defending CHSAA Class A champions gained the No. 3 seed in the upcoming city playoffs.
The Judges received four goals by Kevin Chen and three others scored three times in a 13-4 first round playoff win over Columbus.