1. Farmingdale (14-1)
The Dalers dropped their first game of the season to Manhasset, 12-6, on Monday. Perhaps fatigue was a factor, as it was their fourth game in six days and the six goals were about a third of Farmingdale's season average. Nevertheless, the win was more a credit to Manhasset than an indictment of the Dalers, so they'll continue to hold the top spot. Farmingdale also rebound with wins over Massapequa - to clinch the Conference I title - and Darien (Ct.).
2. Garden City (10-5)
Given the high standard this program has set, and what's come to be expected of it, it's been a relatively disappointing season for the Trojans thus far. They ended the regular season with a 13-9 loss to rival Manhasset. Still, Garden City's chase of a seventh straight Class B state title is alive and they have an opportunity to make moot the five regular-season losses. The Trojans finished in a three-way tie with Wantagh and Manhasset at 8-1 in the conference, but got the No. 1 seed via statistical tiebreaker.
3. Manhasset (12-4)
Manhasset makes a big jump into the top 3 this week after huge statement wins over Farmingdale and Garden City. Halle Majorana, who returned last Saturday from a hamstring injury, went for four goals and four assists against Farmingdale. Then it was Julia Glynn who scored five goals in Manhasset's 13-9 win over Garden City, the Indians' first since 2009.
4. Massapequa (13-2)
The Chiefs had a 13-game win streak ended by a 17-12 loss to rival Farmingdale in their regular-season finale and, because of it, will enter the Nassau Class A playoffs as the second seed. Still, Massapequa has had a tremendous season and, despite the loss of Danielle Doherty, appears poised for another run to the county final.
5. Cold Spring Harbor (13-2)
The Seahawks made a jump into the top 5 after capping their regular season with Tuesday's 12-11 win over North Shore. Jillian Lee scored the winner with 1:28 remaining as Cold Spring Harbor grabbed the Conference IV title. The Seahawks are riding a nine-game winning streak and will enter the postseason as the No. 1 seed in Class C.
6. Wantagh (10-5)
Wantagh finished strong, beating Hewlett 20-7 to end the regular season. That followed last Saturday's 12-11 come-from-behind, double-overtime win over Northport. The Warriors, a semifinalist last season, will be seeded third entering the Nassau Class B playoffs.
7. North Shore (12-3)
The Vikings stumbled a bit down the stretch, losing its last two games in the regular season (to Massapequa and Cold Spring Harbor). They lost out on the conference title in a fashion similar to last year: a one-goal loss to CSH in the regular-season finale. North Shore went on to win the Nassau Class C championship, though.
8. Port Washington (10-3)
Port Washington has dealt a humbling loss by Farmingdale (18-6 in the penultimate game), but they finished their regular season with a 17-5 victory over Plainview JFK. The Vikings, as they did last year, enter the Nassau Class A playoffs as the No. 3 seed. They reached the semifinals last season.
9. Seaford (11-4)
Seaford lost two of its final three regular season games - granted, the losses were to Class A's Baldwin in non-league, and Cold Spring Harbor. In the finale, they came back to beat Clarke, 12-11, on Ali Glazer's goal with 2:18 remaining. The Vikings finished 7-2 in Conference IV and will be the No. 3 seed in the Nassau "C" playoffs.
10. Long Beach (9-6)
The Marines ended the regular season on a three-game win streak, including an 8-7 victory over South Side that secured the No. 4 seed entering the Nassau Class B playoffs. Hannah Sofield scored the winner with 3:45 remaining. On May 7, they beat St. John the Baptist, 11-10, in non-league on Melissa Rubin's goal with 2:20 left.
On the cusp: Floral Park, Locust Valley, New Hyde Park