Manhasset girls lacrosse stays in No. 1 spot in Big 10

Manhasset players surround their goalie Erin Coleman (42) Manhasset players surround their goalie Erin Coleman (42) after time expires in the Long Island Class B championship against Sayville on Sunday, June 1, 2014. Photo Credit: Joseph D. Sullivan

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1. MANHASSET GIRLS LACROSSE

Lindsey Ronbeck scored six goals as Manhasset beat Sayville, 16-6, to win its second straight Long Island Class B title. Kathryn Hallet and Julia Glynn each scored five goals as the Indians charged to a second straight Nassau Class B championship, beating Wantagh, 15-8. Manhasset climbed to No. 3 in the national rankings.

2. ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST BASEBALL

Patrick Lagravinese led the Cougars to their second straight CHSAA 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.

3. EAST MEADOW SOFTBALL

Kerri Shapiro, who has an 18-2 pitching record this season, and Claire Travis, who's hit eight home runs, have the Jets one win away from a second straight Long Island crown. East Meadow, which came within one win of a state title last season, takes on Half Hollow Hills West on Friday with a trip to the state tournament on the line.

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4. MASSAPEQUA BOYS LACROSSE

Goalie Matt Valdini and defenders Nick Capuana and Matt Caracappa held Smithtown East's high-powered offense to only four goals in the second half of the Long Island Class A championship for a 13-12 win. The Chiefs (17-2) will face Niskayuna in the state Class A semifinals on Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. at Hofstra.

5. KELLENBERG SOFTBALL

Katherine Piorkowski allowed one earned run on four hits and no walks in a 7-2 win over St. Joseph Sea to lift the Firebirds to a third consecutive state CHSAA championship. Cristen Whigham went 3-for-3 with a double, an RBI and two runs.

6. BAY SHORE GIRLS TRACK

Imani McGhee qualified for two field events at the Suffolk state qualifier. McGhee won the triple jump, going 38 feet, eight inches and the long jump, flying 19-21/2. The state meet is Friday and Saturday in Cicero, N.Y.

7. DIVISION BASEBALL

Big-bopping Division made easy work of North Shore in the Nassau Class A final behind Mark Martinez, Joe Spitaleri and a clutch pitching performance by Chris Reilly. The Blue Dragons haven't dropped a game since April 17. They meet Bayport-Blue Point, the defending state champion, Saturday for the L.I. title.

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. HALF HOLLOW HILLS EAST BOYS TENNIS

The team sent four representatives, including one doubles team, to the state tournament at the USTA National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows this weekend, highlighted by Zain Ali's third-place finish.

On the outside looking in: Syosset girls golf, Smithtown East boys lacrosse, West Islip girls lacrosse, West Islip baseball, Massapequa baseball, Bayport-Blue Point baseball, Half Hollow Hills West softball.

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BASEBALL - CLASS AA
1. St. John the Baptist (18-6)
2. West Islip (20-5)
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. Division (24-2)
2. Bayport-Blue Point (18-6)
3. Mattituck (20-3)
4. Wheatley (17-5)
5. Seaford (14-11)
6. Shoreham-Wading River (18-5)
7. North Shore (19-7)
8. Harborfields (16-9)
9. Clarke (17-7)
10. Rocky Point (14-11)

SOFTBALL
1. East Meadow (18-2)
2. Kellenberg (21-8)
3. Half Hollow Hills West (22-3)
4. Carey (19-2)
5. Sayville (20-3)
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 (19-1)
7. Garden City (15-3)
8. Sachem North (14-4)
9. Rocky Point (18-2)
10. West Islip (13-7)

GIRLS LACROSSE
1. Manhasset (17-2)
2. West Islip (19-0)
3. Mount Sinai (18-1)
4. Garden City (13-4)
5. St. Anthony's (15-3)
6. Cold Spring Harbor (13-5)
7. Hauppauge (14-5)
8. Wantagh (12-5)
9. Eastport-South Manor (16-3)
10. Bayport-Blue Point (14-4)

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)