New York State Sportswriters Association   
    
Search
 
→ Rankings
NYSSWA rankings are updated weekly. See the latest plus the earlier weeks' updates on our rankings page.

 
 
→ User tools

Rankings
2013 Girls lacrosse (through April 21, 2013)
   Please do not copy/paste this material to other websites and/or social media portals such as Twitter or Facebook. The NYSSWA relies upon traffic to its site to generate the ad revenue that allows us to make access to NewYorkSportswriters.org free to our readers. Thank you.

   George Hollenbeck of Camillus compiles girls lacrosse rankings for the New York State Sportswriters Association. Here are this week's rankings:


Class A
 1. West Genesee-3             7-0
 2. Bay Shore-11               8-0
 3. St. Anthony-CHSAA          6-1
 4. Farmingdale-8              5-1
 5. Pittsford-5                5-1
 6. East Islip-11              7-2
 7. Guilderland-2              6-1
 8. Northport-11               6-2
 9. Webster Thomas-5           5-0
10. Ward Melville-11           7-2
11. Penfield-5                 3-2
12. West Islip-11              7-2
13. Half Hollow Hills-11       5-3
14. Massapequa-8               5-3
15. Middle Country-11          6-3
16. Sachem East-11             5-2
17. Shaker-2                   5-1
18. West Babylon-11            2-3
19. Rush-Henrietta-5           3-1
20. Herricks-8                 9-0

  Honorable Mention: Baldwinsville 3-1, Cicero-North Syracuse 3-2, 
Corning 5-3, East Meadow 5-2, Hicksville 5-1, Kingston 4-0, Lake-
land-Panas 4-1-1, Lancaster 5-1, Lindenhurst 6-2, MacArthur 5-2, 
Niskayuna 4-2, North Rockland 7-1, Oceanside 6-3, Scarsdale 6-2-1, 
Shenendehowa 5-2, Smithtown East 4-2, Suffern 5-2, Syracuse 2-1, 
White Plains 7-1-1.

Class B
 1. Garden City-8              7-0
 2. Manhasset-8                7-1
 3. Eastport-South Manor-11    3-2
 4. Sayville-11                8-2
 5. Brighton-5                 7-1
 6. Wantagh-8                  7-2
 7. Irondequoit-5              5-2
 8. Victor-5                   5-2
 9. Canandaigua-5              4-4
10. Queensbury-2               7-0
11. Rockville Centre S. Side-8 7-2
12. Syracuse CBA-3             5-2
13. Watertown-3                3-0
14. Rocky Point-11             4-3
15. Harborfields-11            3-3
16. Vestal-4                   7-1
17. Long Beach-8               4-5
18. Huntington-11              5-1
19. Yorktown-1                 7-1
20. John Jay, Cross River-1    8-1

  Honorable Mention: Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake 6-2, Calhoun 4-1, 
Carey 5-1, Clarke 5-2, East Syracuse-Minoa 6-1, Hamburg 4-1, 
Levittown Division 4-2, Ossining 5-1-1, Roslyn 5-2, Saugerties 
5-0, Sewanhaka 4-2, Ursuline School 7-1, Williamsville North 1-0.

Class C
 1. Mount Sinai-11             7-0
 2. Shoreham-Wading River-11   6-1
 3. Babylon-11                 7-2
 4. Geneva-5                   5-0
 5. Cold Spring Harbor-8       5-2
 6. Skaneateles-3              7-1
 7. Marcellus-3                6-1
 8. Westhampton Beach-11       4-3
 9. Bayport-Blue Point-11      5-5
10. North Shore-8              5-5
11. Albany Academy-2           4-0
12. Penn Yan-5                 5-1
13. Honeoye Falls-Lima-5       3-3
14. Waterloo-5                 3-3
15. Locust Valley-8            6-2
16. Oyster Bay-8               6-1
17. Seaford-8                  5-2
18. Palmyra-Macedon-5          3-1
19. South Jefferson-3          3-1
20. LaFayette-3                3-1

  Honorable Mention: Dobbs Ferry 6-2, Floral Park 4-2, Holy 
Names Academy 4-1, Irvington 5-2, Lake Shore 2-1, Maine-Endwell 
2-1, Midlakes 4-1, Owego Free 2-1, Pleasantville 5-1, Potsdam 
2-1, Putnam Valley 6-2, Red Hook 5-0, Rochester Aquinas 4-2, 
Westhill 4-2, Watertown Immaculate Heart 4-1.


  

  
→ Recent blogs and news       NYSSWA RSS feed
  • 8/19: No varsity football at Salem this fall
  • 8/18: 2016-17 N.Y. sports year in review
  • 8/18: Oriskany, Pulaski eye 8-man football
  • 8/17: Sachem East still has not practiced
  • 8/15: Light turnout a worry at Frewsburg
  • 8/11: Park's Jones will leave for Canada
  • 8/10: Sachem East player dies at workout
  • 8/10: NFHS fires back at safety scorecard
  • 8/9: Syracuse CBA's Scott chooses Rutgers
  • 8/8: Scotia picks Sausville for hoops job
  • 8/7: Central boys, Southern Tier girls win
  • 8/4: Fifth Erasmus Hall player is FBS-bound
  • This Site
    HOME | BLOG | RANKINGS | BRACKETS | REFERENCE | KERR CUP | ABOUT US

    ©2017 New York State Sportswriters Association. All rights reserved. Contact us via e-mail.

    → Twitter
       Get all the latest:

    Follow the NYSSWA on Twitter

      
    Road To Syracuse H.S. football in New York   Ten Man Ride H.S. lacrosse in New York
    Road To Glens Falls boys H.S. basketball in N.Y.   Road To Troy girls H.S. basketball in N.Y.
    ROCVarsity.com