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Nassau Top 10 girls hoops rankings

Baldwin junior Alex Hampton controls the ball during

Baldwin junior Alex Hampton controls the ball during the first half of the Class AA final against Farmingdale. (Mar. 5, 2011) Photo Credit: Christopher Pasatieri

1. Long Island Lutheran (13-2)

2. Holy Trinity (11-4)

3. Sacred Heart (12-5)

4. Massapequa (11-1)

5. Baldwin (10-1)

6. North Shore (11-1)

7. MacArthur (9-1)

8. Uniondale (8-4)

9. Kellenberg (7-5)

10. Floral Park (10-2)

Top 10 Public Schools:

1. Massapequa (11-1) the Chiefs cruised past Oceanside last week behind Danielle Doherty’s 17 points and five assists. This biggest game of the season is this Friday’s trip to Uniondale. A Massapequa win all but guarantees a Conference AA-I title.

2. Baldwin (10-1) Alex Hampton (above) had 21 points to pace the Bruins past Valley Stream Central. Baldwin picks up against lowly East Meadow on Friday.

3. North Shore (11-1) freshman Samantha Capobianco had career-highs with 11 points and 11 rebounds in a 90-61 win over Mineola. North Shore takes a trip to Clarke on Friday.

4. MacArthur (9-1) the Generals marched past Hicksville and Calhoun to take over sole possession of second place in Conference AA-II. A trip to Plainview JFK on Friday will serve as a nice tune up after a week off.

5. Uniondale (8-4) Aliyah McDonald’s 18 points and Jayda Hyatt’s 15 points helped the Knights edge Syosset 49-44 last week. Uniondale has a chance to split a Conference AA-I title if they can hold serve against Massapequa at home Friday.

6. Floral Park (10-2) the Knights took out some frustration against Valley Stream South and Glen Cove last week, winning by a combined 70 points. The competitiveness of Friday’s game with Manhasset will depend on the status of Halle Majorana.

7. Lynbrook (8-3) Brooke Gerstman had 27 points and 10 rebounds against Great Neck North in a 55-39 win. The Owls take a trip to Valley Stream South on Friday.

8. Garden City (10-2) the Trojans picked up perhaps their best win of the season last week in a 59-30 rout of New Hyde Park, holding Kristen Korzevinski to nine points in the process. Revenge will be on Garden City’s mind Friday as a Conference A-I title is on the line at Wantagh.

9. Sewanhaka (10-2) Celine Jolicoeur’s 25 points, eight rebounds and six assists helped make easy work of Bethpage. Sewanhaka goes to Hewlett on Firday.

10. Wantagh (9-3) the Warriors crack the Top 10 this week after running through Conference A-I unscathed so far. None of Wantagh’s non-league losses from early in the year are bad (Sewanhaka, Lynbrook, Freeport) and they’ll matter very little for seeding. Another win over Garden City would all but seal a Conference A-I championship.

On the bubble:

Farmingdale (7-2), Freeport (6-5), Manhasset (9-3), Herricks (10-1), New Hyde Park (6-5), Mepham (8-3), Bethpage (10-2)


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