1. EASTPORT-SOUTH MANOR BOYS VOLLEYBALL

We have a new No. 1 for the BIG 10. Eastport-South Manor earned the distinction with a dominant performance by Ryan Byrne that led the Sharks to their first ever Division II state championship. Byrne had 30 kills and Tommy Ogeka had 10 kills and nine digs for ESM (15-2) in its win over Spencerport.

2. WANTAGH FOOTBALL

The Warriors are 11-0 and have allowed only 56 points. They beat Roosevelt, 13-0, to win the Nassau III crown. The stingy defense is led by Joe Valenti, Shaun Colbert and Jimmy Joyce. Wantagh faces East Islip for the Long Island Class III title Friday at Hofstra at 4:30 p.m.

3. LONG BEACH GIRLS SWIMMING

Kristen Romano set two individual records in the 100-yard butterfly and the 100 backstroke, Maggie Aroesty improved her own in the 100 breaststroke and they combined with Caroline Farrell and Joan Cash for a record-setting 200 medley relay and winning 400 free relay at the state championships. The Marines won six of 12 swimming events.

4. CHAMINADE BOYS SOCCER

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Chaminade won the CHSAA state championship with a 6-0 win over Canisius of Buffalo. The Flyers tied and lost to St. Anthony’s in the regular season but won when it mattered most: in the CHSAA final. Matt Vowinkel scored twice, his second goal coming in double overtime to give Chaminade a 2-1 victory over St. Anthony’s.

5. CONNETQUOT GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Despite a loss in the state Class AA final to Penfield, it’s hard to consider this a disappointing season for the Thunderbirds. They were undefeated on Long Island and still boast one of the strongest returning cores, headlined by Mackenzie Cole, Nicole Migliozzi and Mackenzie Taylor.

6. WARD MELVILLE FIELD HOCKEY

The defending Long Island Class A Champions fell to Shenendehowa 2-1 in overtime in the state Class A semifinal. The Patriots outscored their opponents 82-8 during the season. They were led by junior forward Kerri Thornton, who finished second in Long Island with 33 points, and junior midfielder Kate Mulham, who scored the team’s lone goal in the state A semifinal.

7. SHOREHAM-WADING RIVER GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Shoreham-Wading River won the state Class B public school championship with 51 points two weeks ago. Katherine Lee won the individual Class B championship in 17:53.7. Alexandra Hays was 11th in 19:01 and Maria Smith was 12th in 19:04.3.

8. SACRED HEART GIRLS SOCCER

Kristen McArdle scored the winning goal in Sacred Heart’s first state CHSAA title since 2008 in a 1-0 victory over Nardin Academy (Buffalo) at Niagara University. Sacred Heart had another strong game from Anna Donnelly, Bridget O’Hara Lauren Wasserman, Ellen Byrnes, Melissa Biscardi and Victoria Minda at midfield for the unit’s fifth straight shutout.

9. MASSAPEQUA GIRLS SOCCER

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The Chiefs lost to Arlington, 2-1, in double overtime to snap a streak of three straight state Class AA titles. Massapequa has won four straight Long Island crowns and 13 of the last 14 Nassau championships. They’ll have big shoes to fill as the Chiefs graduate Hope Breslin, the program’s all-time leading scorer with 82 goals.

10. GARDEN CITY FIELD HOCKEY

The Trojans breezed past Vestal High School, 3-1, in the state Class B semifinal, before falling to Lakeland High School, 1-0, in the state B final for a fourth consecutive season. Taylor Gladd led Nassau in points with 27, tallying 14 goals and 13 assists, while Devon Heaney and Emily Clarke were second in points with 20, compiling 12 goals and eight assists apiece.

On the cusp: Smithtown West boys volleyball, Kings Park girls volleyball, Smithtown boys cross country, Commack girls tennis, Garden City football.

LARGE SCHOOLS FOOTBALL

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1. Garden City (11-0)

2. Freeport (10-1)

3. Hills West (9-2)

4. Floyd (10-1)

5. Farmingdale (10-1)

6. Lindenhurst (9-1)

7. West Islip (10-1)

8. Bellport (8-2)

9. Massapequa (7-3)

10. North Babylon (7-3)

SMALL SCHOOLS FOOTBALL

1. Wantagh (11-0)

2. East Islip (9-2)

3. Seaford (11-0)

4. Shoreham-WR (9-2)

5. Sayville (10-1)

6. Westhampton (9-2)

7. Roosevelt (9-2)

8. Babylon (10-1)

9. Lawrence (7-3)

10. Glenn (7-3)

BOYS SOCCER

1. Chaminade (16-3-2)

2. St. Anthony’s (18-2-3)

3. Amityville (15-4-1)

4. Calhoun (13-2)

5. Glen Cove (20-1-0)

6. Brentwood (16-3-2)

7. Newfield (16-2-1)

8. Massapequa (12-5-1)

9. Glenn (16-1-1)

10. Carle Place (10-6-2)

GIRLS SOCCER

1. Sacred Heart (15-3)

2. Massapequa (16-2-2)

3. Garden City (12-5-3)

4. St. Anthony’s (15-1)

5. Northport (18-2-1)

6. South Side (11-3-4)

7. Calhoun (9-5-5)

8. Mt. Sinai (12-4-2)

9. Islip (12-1-1)

10. Smithtown West (16-2-1)

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

1. Connetquot (20-1)

2. Kings Park (19-1)

3. Massapequa (14-1)

4. Smithtown East (14-2)

5. Kellenberg (13-3)

6. Bayport-Blue Point (14-1)

7. Floral Park (16-4)

8. Wantagh (18-2)

9. Seaford (18-1)

10. St. John the Baptist (13-3)

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

1. Eastport-South Manor (15-2)

2. Smithtown West (14-3)

3. Sachem North (16-1)

4. Plainview JFK (16-2)

5. Bellmore JFK (15-6)

6. Massapequa (14-4)

7. Northport (11-6)

8. Smithtown East (9-4)

9. Long Beach (11-6)

10. Jericho (11-9)

FIELD HOCKEY

1. Ward Melville (20-1)

2. Garden City (16-3)

3. Carle Place (13-2)

4. Miller Place (17-2)

5. Eastport-South Manor (15-2)

GIRLS TENNIS

1. Friends Academy

2. Commack

3. Ward Melville

4. Great Neck North

5. Cold Spring Harbor

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

1. Shoreham-Wading River

2. Bay Shore

3. Sachem East

4. Ward Melville

5. Syosset

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

1. Smithtown

2. Chaminade

3. Northport

4. Ward Melville

5. St. Anthony’s

GIRLS SWIMMING

1. Long Beach

2. Garden City

3. St. Anthony’s

4. Bellmore-Merrick

5. Connetquot