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Chaminade boys lacrosse tops spring Big 10

Gregg Sarra picks Long Island's 10 best teams across all sports for the spring season.

Chaminade teammates celebrate after their 13-7 win over

Chaminade teammates celebrate after their 13-7 win over St. Anthony's in a CHSAA boys lacrosse game at Chaminade on Wednesday. Photo Credit: James Escher

1. CHAMINADE BOYS LACROSSE

Reilly Gray scored four goals and Liam Entenmann made 16 saves as the Flyers beat previously unbeaten St. Anthony’s, 13-7. The Flyers are 4-0 and one of the top teams in the country.

2. COMMACK BASEBALL

Jake Krzemienski has been on fire and at the plate and on the mound. He threw a shutout in the season opener against Lindenhurst and went 4-for-4, with two doubles and a three-run homer. The Cougars will battle Connetquot in a critical series next week.

3. WARD MELVILLE BOYS LACROSSE

The Patriots used a stingy defense and the great goalkeeping of Collin Krieg to beat previously unbeaten West Islip, 6-2. Leading scorer Dylan Pallonetti scored twice and added an assist in the win.

4. KELLENBERG SOFTBALL

The Firebirds opened the season strong, highlighted by a 14-6 win over East Meadow, the two-time defending Long Island Class AA champions. Julia Piotrowski went 4-for-4 with two doubles and four RBIs and Caroline Bratichak went 3-for-4 with two doubles and four RBIs in the win.

5. CONNETQUOT BASEBALL

Lefty Matt Goodis has three wins and righty Joe Savino has 18 strikeouts in 12 innings and two wins as the Thunderbirds are off to a 7-0 start. The offense has been keyed by Josh McGee, Alex Ungar, Derek Yalon and Matty Brown-Eiring, all hitting over .400.   

6. HUNTINGTON BOYS TRACK

The Blue Devils have shown no signs of stopping after a phenomenal indoor season. Eric Sands and Gary Barash placed 1-2 in the shot put at last weekend’s Longwood Track Classic. Sands won with a 47 foot, 7 3/4-inch toss and Barash was second, going 43-10 3/4. 

7. MANHASSET GIRLS LACROSSE

The Indians lost to McDonogh (Md.) in a battle of the top two teams in the nation but rebounded nicely with a 12-2 win over North Shore. Maria Themelis and Emma LoPinto each scored four times against the Vikings.

8. ROSLYN BOYS TENNIS

The Bulldogs started the season winning six straight matches, including a 5-2 win over defending county champion Syosset on April 8. Dion Park and Jacob Stein defeated Azim Gangat and Peter Kukary, 6-4, 6-3, at first doubles to lead Roslyn.

9. COMMACK GIRLS BADMINTON

Ariana Aghili defeated Riley Meckley (11-0, 11-2) in fifth singles to lead Commack in its 8-1 win over Ward Melville in a Suffolk I opener. 

10. MANHASSET BOYS GOLF

The returning county and Long Island champions return Newsday Golfer of the Year Adam Xiao, Luke Bakshandeh and Arman Haratunian in a powerful lineup. Xiao and Bakshandeh each shot an even-par 36 in the season opener, a 7-2 win over Jericho at Muttontown CC.

On the cusp: Garden City boys lacrosse, Mt. Sinai girls lacrosse, East Meadow softball.

BOYS LACROSSE

1. Chaminade (4-0)

2. Ward Melville (8-0)

3. Garden City (8-0)

4. St. Anthony’s (5-1)

5. Smithtown West (9-1)

6. Syosset (8-1)

7. Manhasset (5-1)

8. Massapequa (5-2)

9. West Islip (7-1)

10. Cold Spring Harbor (6-1)

GIRLS LACROSSE

1. Manhasset (3-1)

2. Mt. Sinai (7-0)

3. Eastport-South Manor (7-0)

4. St. Anthony’s (5-0)

5. Garden City (4-2)

6. Cold Spring Harbor (7-1)

7. Sacred Heart (5-0)

8. West Babylon (7-1)

9. Middle Country (6-0)

10. Smithtown East (6-1)

BASEBALL LARGE SCHOOLS

1. Commack (4-0-1)

2. Connetquot (7-0)

3. Oceanside (5-1)

4. Chaminade (3-0)

5. Ward Melville (4-1)

BASEBALL SMALL SCHOOLS

1. Clarke (6-0)

2. Island Trees (7-0)

3. East Islip (6-0)

4. Center Moriches (6-0)

5. Division (6-1) 

SOFTBALL

1. Kellenberg (8-0)

2. East Meadow (6-1)

3. Islip (6-0)

4. Calhoun (5-1)

5. Sayville (8-0)

6. Sachem North (8-1)

7. St. John the Baptist (3-1)

8. St. Anthony’s (4-2)

9. Bay Shore (5-1)

10. Mepham (4-1)

BOYS TENNIS

1. Roslyn

2. Half Hollow Hills East

3. Syosset

4. Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK

5. Commack 

GIRLS BADMINTON

1. Commack (8-0)

2. Jericho (6-0)

3. Whitman (7-1)

4. Miller Place (7-2)

5. Half Hollow Hills (6-2)

BOYS BADMINTON

1. Commack (8-0)

2. Half Hollow Hills (7-1)

3. Miller Place (7-2)

4. Whitman (6-2)

5. Northport (5-3)

BOYS TRACK

1. Huntington

2. Longwood

3. Connetquot

4. Half Hollow Hills West

5. Comsewogue 

GIRLS TRACK

1. Mount Sinai

2. Valley Stream South

3. Huntington

4. Longwood

5. Valley Stream North

BOYS GOLF

1. Manhasset (3-0)

2. Syosset (3-1)   

3. Port Washington (2-0)

4. Friends Academy (2-4)

5. Great Neck (1-2)   

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