Final NYC boys lacrosse power rankings (6/5)
NYC lax top 10 power rankings (6/5)
Midfielders Jake Schneider and Tanner Morris made big contributions this season for the Eagles, who unfortunately lost for the third time this season to Hackley in the NYSAISAA title game. Next: Season complete
The Rams season came to an agonizing end by losing a three-goal lead in the fourth quarter in a 10-9 loss to rival Iona Prep in the CHSAA Class AA city championship. Next: Season complete
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 Lions fell to St. Mary’s (Manhasset), 11-1, in the CHSAA Class A intersectional championship game, but Farrell enjoyed a stellar season, winning its first title since 1995. Next: Season complete.
Poly Prep found its stride late in an up and down campaign. Senior middie Hugo Francis and goalie Dylan Moser helped the Blue Devils reach the NYSAISAA semis. Next: Season complete
The fourth-seeded Falcons had their playoff campaign end at home on a Hugo Francis goal in double overtime in the NYSAISAA quarterfinals. Next: Season complete
The Central Cougars couldn’t hold onto an early two-goal lead as Tottenville came back to win 5-4 in the PSAL Class A final Sunday. Next: Season complete
Adam Phillips scored twice for the Tigers, which were eliminated in the NYSAISAA quarterfinals by Rye Country Day. Next: Season complete.
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The third-seeded Mountaineers couldn’t rally from a two-goal deficit at halftime in an eventual 9-5 defeat to Stepinac in the CHSAA Class A semifinals. Next: Season complete
Seniors Christopher Yeh had 13 saves and Bektosh Ayoob scored twice as the Judges fell 7-6 to New Dorp in the PSAL Class A semifinals. Next: Season complete