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    NYC top 15 girls volleyball teams: week 9

    by MSG Varsity on
    Tue, Nov 8, 2011 3:52 PM

    Updated Tue, Nov 8, 2011 5:17 PM
    NYC top 15 girls volleyball teams: week 9

    No. 1 St. Francis Prep (12-1)

    Another epic five-setter, another Brooklyn/Queens title for the Terriers, who beat Molloy for a fifth consecutive title. The hero was Kelly Flynn, who had 18 kills and five blocks despite battling a twisted ankle.

    Next: CHSAA Class AA state tournament @ St. Mary’s Lancaster (Saturday TBA)

    No. 2 Archbishop Molloy (10-3)

    The Stanners couldn’t have come closer to knocking St. Francis Prep off its perch atop Brooklyn/Queens, but fell in a five-set thriller.

    Next: Season complete

    No. 3 Stuyvesant (12-0)

    Looking for a favorite to win the PSAL title this year? The undefeated Vixens are a good start, the top seed in the Class A playoffs.

    Next: Curtis/Environmental Studies, PSAL Class A second round (TBA)

    No. 4 Cardozo (10-0)

    The defending PSAL champs are poised to defend their title, earning the No. 2 seed in the Class A playoffs.

    Next: New Dorp/Forest Hills, PSAL Class A second round (TBA)

    No. 5 Fieldston (13-0)

    Led by Arianna Francis, who had 13 kills and five aces and Lisa Slivken, who had seven kills, the Eagles claimed their first NYSAISAA title since 2002.

    Next: Season complete

    No. 6 Susan Wagner (12-0)

    Can the Falcons reach the PSAL Class A title game for a second straight year? They enter the postseason as the No. 3 seed and will meet Madison in the first round.

    Next: Madison, PSAL Class A first round (Thursday, 5:30 p.m.)

    No. 7 Brearley (12-1)

    The Beavers fell just short of repeating as NYSAISAA champions, losing to Fieldston in Sunday’s final. Catherine Egan had 18 kills and five blocks in her final high school match.

    Next: Season complete

    No. 8 Fontbonne Hall (7-5)

    Four of the Bonnies five losses came against St. Francis Prep and Archbishop Molloy, the top two teams in the city.

    Next: Season complete

    No. 9 Francis Lewis (7-3)

    The Patriots enter the PSAL Class A playoffs in a strange position, underdog. That doesn’t mean fourth-seeded Francis Lewis should be underestimated.

    Next: Columbus, PSAL Class A first round (Thursday, 5 p.m.)

    No. 10 Bronx Science (12-0)

    The Wolverines limp into the playoffs a bit without star sophomore Elissa Shiau, but still earned the No. 5 seed.

    Next: Van Arsdale, PSAL Class A first round (Thursday, 5 p.m.)

    No. 11 Grover Cleveland (10-0)

    Cleveland enjoyed an undefeated regular season and now the fun begins. Led by Carolina Alfonso Reyes, the Tigers earned the No. 6 seed in the PSAL Class A playoffs.

    Next: Walton, PSAL Class A first round (Thursday, 5 p.m.)

    No. 12 Hunter College HS (12-0)

    The Headhunters are the hunters and not the hunted as the No. 7 seed in the PSAL Class A playoffs.

    Next: Franklin K. Lane, PSAL Class A playoffs (Thursday, 5 p.m.)

    No. 13 Midwood (9-1)

    The Hornets had just one regular season loss and have earned the No. 8 seed in the PSAL Class A playoffs.

    Next: Laguardia, PSAL Class A playoffs (Thursday, 5 p.m.)

    No. 14 Brooklyn Tech (10-0)

    The Engineers were undefeated division champs and will now test their mettle against the PSAL’s best as the No. 10 seed in the Class A playoffs.

    Next: LIC, PSAL Class A playoffs (Thursday, 5 p.m.)

    No. 15 Mary Louis (5-7)

    The Hilltoppers were the fourth best team in Brooklyn/Queens, behind No. 1 St. Francis Prep, No. 2 Archbishop Molloy and No. 8 Fontbonne. Best division in the city? You betcha.

    Next: Season complete
     

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