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    Final Power rankings: LI/NYC hockey (3/6/12)

    by Tom Liodice and Dylan Butler on
    Tue, Mar 6, 2012 11:11 AM

    Updated Wed, Jun 13, 2012 12:55 AM
    Final Power rankings: LI/NYC hockey (3/6/12)
    Photo by Photo by Bill Mueller

    1. St. Anthony's (21-0 CHSHL)

    Senior Chris Wallace made his last game count, as he scored the game-winning goal with one second left to lift the Friars to the school's first NYS title with a 4-3 win over St. Francis. Wallace notched 12 goals in the post-season, a strong end to his high school career.


    2. Smithtown/Hauppauge (23-1)

    The Bulls fell in their first two contests of the NYSAHA state tournament, first losing to FDR 5-1 on March 2 and then dropping a 6-4 contest to Connetquot/Sayville.

     

    3. Long Beach (19-4-1)

    The Marines won its second consecutive NYSCSH small school division championship by defeating Cleve-Hill JFK 5-0 to finish off its season.

     

    4. Connetquot/Sayville (21-3)

    The T-Birds performed admirably in the NYSAHA tournament, going 2-0-1 before falling to Arlington 3-1 in the championship game.

     

    5. Oceanside (16-8-1)

    Oceanside fell to Iroquois-Alden in the NYSCSH Open Division championship game by a score of 3-2 up in Jamestown, NY.

     

    6. Syosset (17-6-1)

    Syosset went even in the NYSCHS tournament, going 1-1-1 with a win over Hutch Tech and playing even with St. Francis, 3-3.

     

    7. St. Joseph by the Sea (9-10-2)

    Goaltender Rob Palumbo stood on his head and the Vikings never gave up. Sea’s season might have ended with a 5-3 loss to St. Anthony’s in Game 2 of the CHSHL Class A championship series Sunday, but things are looking up for Anthony Larca’s squad.

     

    8. East Williston (15-8-2)

    The Wildcats dropped the deciding Game 3 in the Liberty Division championship game by a score of 9-4.

     

    9. Kings Park/Commack (14-7-1)

    The Cougars held on valiantly against a surging Smithtown/Hauppauge team, but eventually fell to the eventual SCHSHL champion, 4-0 in the semifinals. A team with 15 seniors, look for the Cougars to begin rebuilding next season.

     

    10. Monsignor Farrel (6-7-3)

    The Lions missed out on the playoffs for the first time ever when they ended the regular season with a 7-0 loss to St. Anthony's. Farrel fell one point short.

     

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