1.BAYPORT-BLUE POINT BASEBALL

The Phantoms captured the Spring BIG 10 title after claiming the school's second consecutive state Class A championship. Led by the lefthanded pitching tandem of Jack Piekos and P.J.Weeks, Bayport-Blue Point rolled to the Suffolk, Long Island and state crowns. Piekos and Weeks pitched back-to-back gems for the state crown.

2. MANHASSET GIRLS LACROSSE

Julia Glynn tied it and Lindsey Ronbeck put them ahead in the second half as the Indians rallied from down five to beat Victor, 11-7, for the state Class B championship. Danielle Nicosia forced three turnovers in the second half and Manhasset scored nine unanswered goals. Glynn (four goals, three assists) and Erin Coleman (six saves) were tournament co-MVP.

3. EAST MEADOW SOFTBALL

Kerri Shapiro tossed a gem, Madison West supplied the offense, and Victoria Bova made a game-ending diving catch with the bases loaded as East Meadow captured its first ever state championship with a 3-1 win over Liverpool.

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4. MASSAPEQUA BOYS LACROSSE

Behind Craig Berge, Ian Kirby and James Byrns, the Chiefs captured the school's first Long Island and state Class A championships in boys lacrosse, and averaged 17.5 goals in its six playoff games. The defense, led by Nick Capuana, Matt Caracappa and Nick Balzano and goalie Matt Valdini allowed an average of only 6.6 goals in that span.

5. ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST BASEBALL

Patrick Lagravinese led the Cougars team to its second straight Catholic League championship - the first team to win back-to-back titles since Holy Trinity in 1997-98. The third-seeded Cougars, swept first-seeded Chaminade in the best of three championship series.

6. KELLENBERG SOFTBALL

Krista King took on more of an offensive responsibility this season and thrived. She concluded her third and final year on varsity by leading Kellenberg to a third straight state CHSAA title.

7. BAY SHORE GIRLS TRACK

Aviana Goode won the Division I 100 meter hurdles in 14.67 seconds at the New York State Championships in North Syracuse. Imani McGhee was second in the Division I long jump, going 19 feet, two and a half inches and third in the Division I triple jump, flying 38 feet, four inches.

8. ST. ANTHONY'S BOYS TRACK

The Friars won their fifth consecutive CHSAA Intersectional Championship on May 24. Marlon Montague won the 400 in 48.44 seconds. Louis Santelli took the 800 in 1:53.46.

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9. CHAMINADE BOYS LACROSSE

Jack Tigh scored four goals with one assist and Providence-bound senior Sean Cerrone scored two goals with three assists as Chaminade won its second straight CHSAA and state Class AAA championship against rival St. Anthony's on May 22.

10. SMITHTOWN CHRISTIAN BASEBALL

Tim Gorton's two-out, two-run double keyed the Knights 7-3 win over Hancock in the state Class D championship. Righty Jack Palma threw a five-hitter in the 7-1 semifinal win over Notre Dame HS.

On the outside looking in: Syosset girls golf, Smithtown East boys lacrosse, West Islip girls lacrosse, Half Hollow Hills West softball.

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BASEBALL - CLASS AA

1. St. John the Baptist (18-6)

2. West Islip (21-6)

3. Massapequa (17-7-1)

4. Half Hollow Hills West (21-5)

5. Commack (15-10)

6. Ward Melville (18-5)

7. Oceanside (14-10)

8. Plainview JFK (18-6)

9. East Meadow (15-10)

10. Sachem North (18-4)

SMALL SCHOOLS

1. Bayport-Blue Point (21-6)

2. Smithtown Christian (16-3)

3. Division (24-3)

4. Mattituck (20-4)

5. Wheatley (17-6)

6. Seaford (14-11)

7. Shoreham-Wading River (18-5)

8. North Shore (19-7)

9. Harborfields (16-9)

10. Clarke (17-7)

SOFTBALL

1. East Meadow (21-2)

2. Kellenberg (21-8)

3. Half Hollow Hills West (22-3)

4. Carey (19-2)

5. Sayville (22-4)

6. Hauppauge (18-7)

7. St. Anthony's (18-3)

8. Oceanside (11-10)

9. Mepham (12-6)

10. Sachem East (17-7)

BOYS LACROSSE

1. Massapequa (17-2)

2. Chaminade (13-3)

3. Smithtown East (16-4)

4. Smithtown West (16-2)

5. St. Anthony's (13-5)

6. Lynbrook (19-2)

7. Garden City (15-3)

8. Sachem North (14-4)

9. Rocky Point (18-2)

10. West Islip (13-7)

GIRLS LACROSSE

1. Manhasset (19-2)

2. West Islip (21-1)

3. Mount Sinai (18-1)

4. Garden City (13-4)

5. St. Anthony's (15-3)

6. Cold Spring Harbor (14-6)

7. Hauppauge (14-5)

8. Wantagh (12-5)

9. Bayport-Blue Point (14-4)

10. Farmingdale (10-7)

GIRLS TRACK

1. Bay Shore

2. St. Anthony's

3. North Babylon

4. Sachem North

5. Uniondale

6. Kellenberg

7. Garden City

8. Bayport-Blue Point

9. North Shore

10. Holy Trinity

BOYS TRACK

1.St. Anthony's

2.Longwood

3. Northport

4. Syosset

5. Chaminade

6. Huntington

7. Roosevelt

8. Farmingdale

9. Port Jefferson

10. Shoreham - Wading River

BOYS TENNIS

1. Half Hollow Hills East

2. Cold Spring Harbor

3. Syosset

4. Half Hollow Hills West

5. Port Washington

GIRLS GOLF

1. Syosset (8-1-1)

2. Smithtown East (14-0)

3. St. Anthony's (11-3-2)

4. Garden City Maroon (9-0-1)

5. Sayville (14-0)

BOYS GOLF

1. Chaminade (13-0)

2. Northport (11-1)

3. Sachem East (8-0)

4. Bellmore JFK (9-1)

5. Wheatley (7-1)