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    NYC boys lacrosse power rankings (4/10)

    by MSG Varsity on
    Tue, Apr 10, 2012 3:30 PM

    Updated Tue, Apr 10, 2012 6:01 PM
    NYC boys lacrosse power rankings (4/10)

    NYC boys lacrosse top 10

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    1
    1-2
    2

    The Rams completed a late comeback win with senior Rob Grinnell scoring the game-winning overtime goal to stun rival Iona Prep. Next: St. Anthony’s (Thursday, 2 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    2
    1-0
    2

    Jake Margolis scored the game-winner in the third period to lead the Falcons to a 4-3 win over defending NYSAISAA champions Poly Prep last week. Next: Dalton (Wednesday, 4:15 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    3
    2-2
    1

    The Blue Devils recovered from a loss to Ivy League rivals Fieldston with a 14-0 shutout of Horace Mann. Next: @ Hackley (Wednesday, 4:30 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    4
    Tottenville
    5-0
    7

    The Pirates continued their unbeaten streak by dispatching PSAL championship contenders New Dorp and Cardozo last week. Next: @ Hunter College HS (April 18, 5 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    5
    1-0
    5

    Tanner Morris scored five goals and had five assists in the Eagles opening day win against Collegiate. Next: @ Trinity (Wednesday, 4:15 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    6
    1-0
    6

    The Lions take their balanced offensive attack to the start of the CHSAA Class A city regular season campaign against Cardinal Hayes. Next: @ Cardinal Hayes (Thursday, 1 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    7
    New Dorp
    4-1
    NR

    The Central Cougars recorded a huge road victory against defending champions Midwood and narrowly lost to first place Tottenville, 3-2. Next: No. 8 Benjamin Cardozo (April 16, 5 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    8
    4-1
    10

    The Judges bounced back from a close defeat against Tottenville as Bektosh Ayoob and Kevin Chen each scored three goals to defeat Midwood, 7-6. Next: @ No. 7 New Dorp (April 16, 5 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    9
    Midwood
    3-2
    4

    The defending champions had a rough week in losses to New Dorp and Cardozo, but can bounce back in a stern test against Tottenville. Next: No. 4 Tottenville (April 19, 4 p.m.)

    Rank
    Team
    Rec
    LW
    Comments
    10
    1-2
    6

    The CHSAA Class A city champions Mountaineers lost to St. Mary’s (Manhasset) 6-3, and host the emerging Vikings next week. Next: St. Joseph by the Sea (April 17, 4:30 p.m.)

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