Long Island Lutheran's Christina Raiti brings the ball up against...

Long Island Lutheran's Christina Raiti brings the ball up against St. Mary's-Lancaster during a Federation Class B semifinal in Albany. (March 25, 2011) Credit: Pat Orr

My apologies, my initial post was a ranking of public schools and I posted before listing the Top 10 with private schools included.

1. Lutheran (7-1)

2. Holy Trinity (4-3)

3. Baldwin (2-0)

4. Sacred Heart (5-4)

5. Massapequa (3-1)

6. Kellenberg (4-3)

7. North Shore (2-1)

8. Manhasset (6-0)

9. Garden City (6-1)

10. Our Lady of Mercy Academy (6-4)

Top 10 Publics

1. Baldwin (2-0): Baldwin played one game and defeated Valley Stream Central, 84-50.

2. Massapequa (3-1): The Chiefs won all three of their games at the KSA Holiday Classic in Orlando.

3. North Shore (2-1): The Vikings lost a non-league game to Kings Park 82-71 and have yet to hit stride from 3-point range.

4. Manhasset (6-0): Manhasset won four games last week, capped off with a 51-49 win over Garden City in the final of the Barbara Hoffman Tournament, the third game in as many days for the Indians. Halle Majorana had 23 points in the upset of the Trojans.

5. Garden City (6-1): A loss to Manhasset and struggling with St. Mary’s drops the Trojans down a few spots this week.

6. Lynbrook (2-2): The Owls were routed by Baldwin but recovered with a lop-sided win over Great Neck North. Lynbrook has some competition in Conference A-III with Manhasset off to a great start and Kaela Hilaire’s Floral Park squad.

7. MacArthur (3-0): The Generals had a 48-39 win over Uniondale and a 45-28 win over Calhoun.

8. Farmingdale (2-0): The Dalers own 48-21 against Plainview JFK in their only game last week.

9. Sewanhaka (3-1): Defeated Floral Park 55-51 behind 18 points from Rachel Wisniewski.

10. Wantagh (1-2): The Warriors defeated a scrappy Division squad 47-38 last week.

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