1. Bay Shore (17-0)
Liz Weber’s two-run homer in the bottom of the sixth broke a 2-2 tie with Whitman on May 4 and saved Bay Shore from the possibility of their first loss on the year. Taylor McGowan threw a three-hitter two days later. Weber was once again the offensive star in the game, going 5-for-6 with three RBIs. Bay Shore beat West Babylon 13-1 in non-league on Saturday to finish the week 3-0. They’ve outscored opponents, 187-13.

2. East Meadow (14-1)
The Jets reaffirmed their dominance, going 3-0 last week to clinch Conference AA-I. They had wins over Mepham, second-place Carey, and Massapequa. Jamie Laird went 2-for-4 with a homer and four RBIs and Hillary Hoffman was 2-for-2 with two RBIs and two stolen bases in their regular-season finale against the Chiefs. East Meadow, which competes in Nassau’s toughest division, has outscored opponents 102-15.

3. East Islip (16-1)
An 18-5 win over West Islip on Friday and a 13-1 non-league win over Kellenberg on Saturday pushed East Islip to 16-1. Rachel Dell’Orto is a true ace, striking out eight batters in three innings of relief during the West Islip game; she also got the win on Saturday. The bats are off the charts, with Dayna White and Colleen Smith providing big-time power. The Redmen have a +110 run differential.

4. Commack (14-2)
Commack ended the week with a 10-5 loss to Longwood, but their game before that was a 10-0 win over Patchogue-Medford. The Cougars have outscored opponents 138-40.

5. Seaford (16-2)
The Vikings beat Carle Place, 7-0, on Monday but dropped the regular-season finale to Floral Park, 2-1, in eight innings. Seaford finished tied for the division title, but it’s their seventh straight season atop the ABC-I standings with a 14-2 record.

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6. Sachem East (13-4)
Sachem East reclaimed reeled off four straight wins over Longwood, Patchogue-Medford, Brentwood and Lindenhurst. They also had one of the neatest feats of the week, turning a 9-6-3 triple play in the fifth inning. Jess Caruana caught a fly ball in right field, threw to Jess Catarano at second base for the second out, and Catarano then tossed to DeAnna Wolf at first for the third out.

7. Hauppauge (14-1)
Hauppauge lost its first game of the year this week, 1-0, to Eastport-South Manor, but remains in its customary spot on the list because of previous matchups. The Eagles beat Kings Park and Eastport-South Manor previously this year. Also, ESM has lost two games to Kings Park this season. Hauppauge, for the time being, is still the top Suffolk Class A team.

8. Floral Park (15-4)
The defending state Class A champions finished out the regular season with one-run wins against Plainedge and Seaford to tie for the ABC-I title with a 14-2 conference record. In both games, Samantha Giovaniello pitched two-hitters.

9. Carey (12-5)
The Seahawks finished the regular season with a 3-2 win over defending Class AA champion Long Beach in which Patti Callahan drove in Brianna Catalano with the winner in the 11th. Callahan also had 26 strikeouts in a 15-inning contest against Farmingdale that concluded on Wednesday after a March 25 suspension.

10. St. Anthony's (16-1)
Wins over Kellenberg, St. John the Baptist, St. Dominic and Sacred Heart gave the Friars a 4-0 record last week and solidified them as the best team in the CHSAA. They’re 15-0 in the league.