Chaminade boys lacrosse sits atop Spring Big 10

Chaminade's Joseph Stone, right, and goalie Daniel Fowler Chaminade's Joseph Stone, right, and goalie Daniel Fowler celebrate after a goal by John Tigh, not pictured, extended their lead over Manhasset to 5-1 in the second period. (April 13, 2013) Photo Credit: James Escher

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SPRING BIG 10

1.CHAMINADE BOYS LACROSSE

The Flyers took the first game of the annual three game series against St. Anthony's, 10-6. The game that really matters between the two teams, of course, is the CHSAA championship, but Chaminade, a team with the ability to dominate every facet of the game, seems poised to end the Friars' championship streak at four. This week, Chaminade will look to take care of business against CHSAA teams, St. John the Baptist and Holy Trinity.

2. ST. ANTHONY'S GIRLS LACROSSE

Maggie Bill had two goals and an assist as the Friars earned a 5-3 win over Baltimore powerhouse Bryn Mawr, exacting revenge for its only loss last season. In beating Bryn Mawr, ranked No. 6 in the country last year, St. Anthony's rebounded from last week's upset loss to Vero Beach (Fla.).

3. KELLENBERG SOFTBALL

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Sabrina DeAngelis capped a perfect 4-0 week for Kellenberg with a no-hitter in a 5-0 win over Long Beach. She struck out 11 batters and allowed just one walk as the defending state champions extended their winning streak to 33 games.

4. GARDEN CITY GIRLS LACROSSE

The Trojans, undefeated but under the radar, turned heads with a10-9 overtime win against Manhasset, which entered as Nassau's hottest team. Tara DeAngelo tied it in regulation and Haley O'Hanlon (four goals) scored the winner in OT for Garden City (6-0), seeking an 8th straight Class B state title.

5. BAY SHORE GIRLS LACROSSE

The Marauders improved to 5-0 this week and have allowed seven goals in the past two games. The defending Class A champions have kept all their opponents to single digits this year, improving their Long Island win streak to 16.

6. BAY SHORE SOFTBALL

All five wins in the circle belong to Michelle DeVito, who tossed a shutout with 11 strikeouts and went 2-for-3 with two RBIs in a 4-0 win over previously unbeaten Connetquot.

7. KELLENBERG GIRLS TRACK

Kellenberg has lost little from their championship run last year. They won the Paul Limmer Invitational last weekend, scoring 121 points in the process. Melany Belot won the triple jump, going 35 feet, two inches and the 100 hurdles in 15.51 seconds. Belot was named "Field Event Performer of the Meet," according to coach Marty Brown.

8. HALF HOLLOW HILLS GIRLS BADMINTON

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The Thundercolts won three matches this week to up their win-streak to 50 straight matches. Hills beat Lindenhurst, Commack and Patchogue-Medford this week. Sierra Swaby and Cindy Huang won 15-9, 15-5 at fourth doubles against Patchogue-Medford.

9. SMITHTOWN EAST GIRLS GOLF

The Bulls defeated Hauppauge, 9-0, and then shut out beat Hauppauge and Hills East in a tri-meet. Freshman Peyton Greco shot a one-over 36 on the front nine at Stonebridge Country Club. Freshman Alexa Niven led the way with a four-over 40 on the front nine at Smithtown Landing in the tri-meet.

10. GARDEN CITY BOYS LACROSSE

Since its 24 game winning streak was snapped by LaSalle (Pa.) last month, Garden City has outscored opponents by a 39-6 margin, winning three in a row.

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On the outside looking in; Manhasset girls lacrosse, Cold Spring Harbor boys tennis, Bay Shore girls track, Northport boys track, Half Hollow Hills boys badminton.

BOYS LACROSSE

1. Chaminade (5-0)

2. Garden City (5-1)

3. Smithtown West (7-0)

4. Ward Melville (6-0)

5. St. Anthony's (5-2)

6. West Islip (5-2)

7. Massapequa

8. Syosset

9. Shoreham-WR (5-0)

10. Smithtown East (5-1)

GIRLS LACROSSE

1. St. Anthony's (3-1)

2. Garden City (6-0)

3. Bay Shore (5-0)

4. Manhasset (4-1)

5. Farmingdale (4-0)

6. Wantagh (6-1)

7. Sayville (6-1)

8. Mount Sinai (5-0)

9. Ward Melville (5-1)

10. Shoreham-Wading River (4-1)

BASEBALL

1. Hicksville (8-0)

2. Holy Trinity (8-0)

3. MacArthur (8-1)

4. Wantagh (7-0)

5. Commack (6-2)

6. Calhoun (8-1)

7. Half Hollow Hills West (7-1)

8. Division (7-1)

9. Bayport-Blue Point (8-0)

9. East Islip (7-1)

10. Deer Park (8-1)

GIRLS SOFTBALL

1. Kellenberg (5-0)

2. Bay Shore (5-0)

3. Island Trees (7-1)

4. East Meadow (5-3)

5. St. Anthony's (5-0)

6. Commack (5-0)

7. Mepham (5-1)

8. Longwood (4-1)

9. Sayville (7-0)

10.Plainedge (3-3)

GIRLS TRACK

1.Kellenberg

2. Bay Shore

3. Garden City

4. St. Anthony's

5. Northport

BOYS TRACK

1. Northport

2. St. Anthony's

3. Chaminade

4. Smithtown West

5. Uniondale

GIRLS GOLF

1.Smithtown East (4-0)

2. Garden City Maroon (3-0)

3. Sacred Heart (3-0)

4. Smithtown West (3-0)

5. Syosset (4-1)

BOYS GOLF

1. Chaminade (2-0)

2. Northport (4-0)

3. Holy Trinity (2-0)

4. Hauppauge (5-0)

5. Hewlett (3-1)

BOYS TENNIS

1. Cold Spring Harbor (3-0)

2. Half Hollow Hills East (8-0)

3. Half Hollow Hills West (8-0)

4. Port Washington (3-0)

5. Ward Melville (4-0)

GIRLS BADMINTON

1. Half Hollow Hills (5-0)

2. Port Washington (5-0)

3. Calhoun (4-0)

4. Oceanside (6-0)

5. St. John the Baptist (2-0)

BOYS BADMINTON

1.Half Hollow Hills (5-0)

2.Smithtown West (4-1)

3.Miller Place (4-1)

4.Smithtown East (4-1)

5.Patchogue-Medford (2-3)