Undefeated St. Anthony's girls lacrosse leads Big 10 as playoffs begin

St. Anthony's High School varsity girls lacrosse teammates, St. Anthony's High School varsity girls lacrosse teammates, from left, #8 Maggie Murphy, #9 Alexis Nicolia and #14 Devin O'Connor celebrate their 14-9 win. (April 28, 2012) Photo Credit: James Escher

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1. ST. ANTHONY'S GIRLS LACROSSE

The Friars completed an undefeated league season last week with decisive wins over Kellenberg and Sacred Heart. They climbed to No. 4 in the national rankings. St. Anthony's begins the playoffs tomorrow in pursuit of a sixth straight CHSAA Class AA title.

2. WARD MELVILLE BOYS LACROSSE

No action last week for the nation's No. 2-ranked team and the state's top-ranked Class A team, which had a first-round playoff bye. The Patriots host Connetquot in a Suffolk A quarterfinal on Thursday.

3. CHAMINADE BOYS LACROSSE

Senior Ryan Lukacovic extended his streak of consecutive games with at least three goals to four as the Flyers beat Iona Prep. Chaminade plays rival St. Anthony's for the coveted CHSAA AAA championship on Thursday.

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4. KELLENBERG GIRLS TRACK

Kellenberg won the NSCHSAA Championship meet. Jazmine Fray won the 1,500 in 4:37.85 and the 400 in 57.38. Melany Belot won the 100-hurdles in 15.04 seconds and the 400-hurdles in 65.56 seconds.

5. BAY SHORE SOFTBALL

The Marauders, who are the top seed in Suffolk Class AA, completed an unbeaten league season as Michelle DeVito struck out the first 11 batters she faced and had a no-hitter into the seventh inning in a 13-1 win over Northport.

6. COLD SPRING HARBOR BOYS TENNIS

The Seahawks edged out Syosset, 4-3, for their sixth consecutive Nassau Conference I championship, and await the Suffolk champion to play in hope of winning their sixth consecutive Long Island title.

7. HALF HOLLOW HILLS GIRLS BADMINTON

The Thundercolts were inactive this week after winning their fourth straight League I championship last week. The Suffolk team championships begin today and Hills is looking to win its fourth straight county title. The Thundercolts have won 59 straight matches dating back to 2010.

8. GARDEN CITY GIRLS LACROSSE

The Trojans rolled through the first two rounds of the playoffs, outscoring opponents by a combined 32-4. Garden City's defense allowed only nine shots on goal in those games. The Trojans, ranked seventh nationally, are the seven-time defending state Class B champions.

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9. BAYPORT-BLUE POINT BASEBALL

Junior lefthander Jack Piekos threw a no-hitter with 10 strikeouts as Bayport rolled to its 22nd consecutive win in a 2-0 win over Rocky Point in the first round of the Suffolk Class A playoffs. Piekos added an RBI single.

10. GARDEN CITY GIRLS GOLF

Garden City Maroon was inactive this week after winning its 11th straight Conference II title. The Nassau championships begin today. Garden City Maroon has won 106 straight conference matches, with its last conference loss coming in 2003.

On the outside looking in: Bay Shore girls lacrosse, St. Anthony's boys track, Bay Shore girls track, Smithtown West boys track, St. John the Baptist softball, Half Hollow Hills boys badminton.

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BOYS LACROSSE

1. Ward Melville (16-0)

2. Chaminade (14-1)

3. St. Anthony's (14-4)

4. Northport (13-2)

5. Massapequa (13-2)

6. Smithtown West (14-2)

7. Manhasset (14-3)

8. Garden City (14-3)

9. Shoreham-Wading River (15-1)

10. Comsewogue (15-1)

GIRLS LACROSSE

1. St. Anthony's (15-1)

2. Garden City (16-1)

3. Manhasset (13-3)

4. Bay Shore (15-1)

5. Mount Sinai (15-0)

6. Farmingdale (11-3)

7. West Islip (14-2)

8. Cold Spring Harbor (11-4)

9. Wantagh (12-5)

10. Sayville (14-2)

BASEBALL

1. Bayport-Blue Point (22-0)

2. MacArthur (16-3)

3. Ward Melville (16-5)

4. St. Dominic (15-5)

5. St. John the Baptist (15-5)

6. Half Hollow Hills West (17-5)

7. East Islip (19-3)

8. Longwood (14-8)

9. Clarke (18-5)

10. Wantagh (19-2)

GIRLS SOFTBALL

1. Bay Shore (18-1)

2. St. John the Baptist (15-2)

3. East Meadow (14-7)

4. Commack (17-2)

5. Kellenberg (17-4)

6. Plainedge (14-5)

7. MacArthur (14-9)

8. Longwood (16-3)

9. Island Trees (17-5)

10. Miller Place (17-3)

1. Bay Shore (15-1)

2. Commack (14-2)

3. St. John the Baptist (13-2)

4. Kellenberg (16-3)

5. East Meadow (12-7)

6. Plainedge (11-5)

7. Longwood (14-3)

8. MacArthur (11-8)

9. Mepham (11-4)

10. Island Trees (15-5)

GIRLS TRACK

1.Kellenberg

2. Bay Shore

3. Garden City

4. St. Anthony's

5. Miller Place

BOYS TRACK

1. St. Anthony's

2. Smithtown West

3. Northport

4. Floyd

5. Chaminade

BOYS TENNIS

1. Cold Spring Harbor (13-0)

2. Half Hollow Hills East (17-0)

3. Syosset (12-3)

4. Half Hollow Hills West (14-2)

5. Ward Melville (15-1)

GIRLS GOLF

1. Garden City Maroon (10-0)

2. Smithtown West (14-0)

3. Kellenberg (14-2)

4. Smithtown East (12-2)

5. Friends Academy (12-0)

BOYS GOLF

1. Chaminade (12-0)

2. Bellmore JFK (11-1)

3. Northport (9-1)

4. Holy Trinity (10-2)

5. Syosset (8-2)

GIRLS BADMINTON

1. Half Hollow Hills (14-0)

2. Calhoun (12-1)

3. Port Washington (12-1)

4. Oceanside (14-0)

5. St. John the Baptist (12-0)

BOYS BADMINTON

1. Half Hollow Hills (12-2)

2. Smithtown East (11-3)

3. Smithtown West (10-4)

4. Miller Place (10-4)

5. Patchogue-Medford (5-8)