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Long Island Top 10 girls hoops rankings

ALLISON MCKENNA, CENTER, SENIOR Glenn The 6-2 McKenna

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1. St. Anthony’s (23-5): The Friars season came to an end with a 58-55 overtime loss to Molloy in the first round of the CHSAA state “AA” playoffs. Symone Kelly scored 16 points before fouling out late in the fourth quarter and Rebecca Musgrove fouled out in the final minute of regulation.

 2. Long Island Lutheran (17-5): The Crusaders are off until the Class B Federation semifinals on...

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Nassau Top 10 girls hoops rankings

Long Island Lutheran High School's Boogie Brozoski drives

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1. Long Island Lutheran (17-5)

2. Baldwin (19-2)

3. Holy Trinity (19-9)

4. North Shore (20-2)

5. Massapequa (17-3)

6. Uniondale (13-6)

7. Garden City (18-3)

8. Sacred Heart (16-11)

9. Lynbrook (15-5)

10. Floral Park (16-4)

Top 10 Public Schools:

1. Baldwin (19-2)

2. North Shore (20-2)

3. Massapequa (17-3)

4. Uniondale...

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Suffolk Top 10 girls hoops rankings

1. St. Anthony’s (23-5)

2. Riverhead (23-1)

3. Glenn (21-1)

4. St. John the Baptist (17-11)

5. Hauppauge (21-1)

6. Sachem East (19-2)

7. Southampton (20-5)

8. Lindenhurst (19-2)

9. Harborfields (18-2)

10. Ward Melville (12-6)...

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Suffolk Top 10 Girls Hoops Rankings

Riverhead captains, from left, Shanice Allen, Marta Czaplak,

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1. St. Anthony’s (23-4)

2. Riverhead (22-1)

3. St. John the Baptist (17-10)

4. Glenn (20-1)

5. Hauppauge (21-1)

6. Sachem East (19-2)

7. Southampton (19-4)

8. Lindenhurst (19-2)

9. Harborfields (18-2)

10. Ward Melville (12-6)...

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Long Island Girls Hoops Top 10 rankings

St. Anthony's teammates, from left, #12 Rebecca Musgrove,

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1. St. Anthony’s (23-4): The Friars defeated St. Dominic and Sacred Heart to advance to the NSCHSAA championship game against No. 3 St. John the Baptist and won their second consecutive NSCHSAA championship with a 51-48 win. Symone Kelly had 20 points and 11 rebounds and Johanna Impellizeri had six points, 12 rebounds, and three blocked shots and had a steal with four seconds left leading to two...

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Suffolk Top 10 Girls Hoops Rankings

Riverhead's Jalyn Brown drives the ball ahead of

(Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke)

1. St. Anthony’s (20-4)

2. Riverhead (20-1)

3. Glenn (20-0)

4. Hauppauge (21-0)

5. Sachem East (19-2)

6. St. John the Baptist (15-9)

7. Lindenhurst (19-2)

8. Harborfields (18-2)

9. Southampton (18-3)

10. Ward Melville (12-6)...

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Long Island Top 10 Girls Hoops Rankings

Hauppauge's Julie Williams (10) drives against Sachem East's

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1. St. Anthony’s (20-4): The Friars completed their second consecutive undefeated regular season in CHSAA play and won the regular season league championship for the second consecutive season. They will host No. 8 St. Dominic in the quarterfinals. With wins over St. Dominic and Kellenberg, the Friars extended their regular season league winning streak to 31 games. The Friars are ranked No. 24 by...

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Suffolk Top 10 Girls Hoops Rankings

1. St. Anthony’s (18-4)

2. Sachem East (17-1)

3. Riverhead (17-1)

4. Lindenhurst (17-1)

5. Glenn (18-0)

6. Harborfields (17-1)

7. St. John the Baptist (14-9)

8. Hauppauge (18-0)

9. North Babylon (11-7)

10. Southampton (15-3)...

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Long Island Top 10 Girls Hoops Rankings

St. Anthony's Symone Kelly (24) drives hard in

(Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan)

1. St. Anthony’s (18-4): The Friars pulled off a huge upset defeating Riverdale Baptist of Maryland, 49-48. Riverdale Baptist was ranked second in the country at the time. The win got St. Anthony’s into the national rankings. The Friars are ranked No. 25 by USA Today and No. 48 by HoopGurlz.  The Friars also extended their regular season league winning streak to 29 games with a 59-29 win over...

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Suffolk Top 10 girls hoops rankings

1. St. Anthony’s (17-4)

2. Sachem East (16-1)

3. Riverhead (16-1)

4. Lindenhurst (16-1)

5. Glenn (17-0)

6. Harborfields (16-1)

7. St. John the Baptist (12-9)

8. Hauppauge (17-0)

9. North Babylon (10-7)

10. Southampton (13-3)...

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