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Nassau Top 10 Girls Hoops Rankings

North Shore's Amanda Johansen splits between Brianna Wilson

North Shore's Amanda Johansen splits between Brianna Wilson and Cassie Paskins to sink the two. (Jan. 31, 2012) Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy

1. Long Island Lutheran (17-5)

2. Holy Trinity (17-7)

3. Baldwin (17-1)

4. North Shore (18-1)

5. Massapequa (16-2)

6. Sacred Heart (16-9)

7. Lynbrook (15-4)

8. Uniondale (13-5)

9. MacArthur (15-2)

10. Garden City (17-2)

Top 10 Public Schools:

1. Baldwin (17-1) Alex Hampton had 21 points and Amber Harrison and Ayanna Hudson each had 10 points as the Bruins defeated Farmingdale 56-42 in the quarterfinals. Baldwin faces No. 4 Uniondale in the semifinals at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Oyster Bay.

2. North Shore (18-1) Amanda Johansen (above) became North Shore’s all-time leading scorer with 1,064 points during a 27-point, 13-rebound performance against No. 8 Island Trees in the quarterfinals. The top-seeded Vikings are peaking at the right time and face former Conference III foe No. 5 Floral Park in the semifinals at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Freeport.

3. Massapequa (16-2) the Chiefs avenged their only league loss to Freeport, defeating the Red Devils 53-36. Morgan Roessler had 17 points for Massapequa, which faces No. 3 MacArthur in the semifinals at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Oyster Bay.

4. Lynbrook (15-4) Brooke Gerstman showed why she is the likely Nassau Player of the Year in the public schools as she tied a career high with 33 points, including eight straight when the game was tied at 46, against No. 6 Wantagh. The Owls face No. 2 Garden City in the semifinals at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Freeport.

5. Uniondale (13-5) Aliyah McDonald had 23 points and Jayda Hyatt had a career-high 20 points as the Knights defeated No. 5 Mepham 58-48 in the quarterfinals. Uniondale faces top-seeded Baldwin in the semifinals at 5 p.m. Tuesday at Oyster Bay.

6. MacArthur (15-2) Amanda Gross and Vanessa Wyckoff each had 13 points as the Generals defeated No. 6 Herricks in the quarterfinals. MacArthur faces No. 2 Massapequa in the semifinals at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Oyster Bay.

7. Garden City (17-2) Christina Mangels and Katie Trimmer each had 14 points and Mangels added a career-high 31 rebounds as the Trojans defeated No. 7 Bethpage 55-37 in the quarterfinals. Garden City faces No. 3 Lynbrook in the semifinals at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Freeport.

8. Floral Park (16-3) Kaela Hilaire had 16 points and 10 assists as the Knights defeated No. 4 Sewanhaka 46-42 on the road in the quarterfinals. Floral Park faces top-seeded North Shore in the semifinals at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Freeport.

9. Cold Spring Harbor (17-2) the Seahawks repeated as Class B champions. Kelly Vassallo had 12 points and Katie Durand and Kelly Gubitosi each had 11 points in a 45-31 win over No. 3 Locust Valley in the finals.

10. Freeport (11-7) Monique Jones had 17 points as the Red Devils were eliminated by Massapequa in the quarterfinals.

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