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Final @EpochLax North America Boys’ Rankings: @Fords_Lacrosse closes at No. 1

Wednesday, 24th June 2015

Categories Boy's/Men's, High School, Rankings  

From, Posted 6/24/15

The Final 2015 Epoch Lacrosse North America Boys’ Rankings

1. Haverford School (PA) 26-0 Last week: No. 1
The Fords defeated Hun School, 15-8, to win the Inter-Ac Challenge and capped a perfect season with a 13-9 come-from-behind win over Culver Military Academy.

2. Hill Academy (ONT, Canada) 13-1 Last week: No. 2Epoch-lacrosse
Hill edged Culver Military Academy, 12-11, in overtime to win the North American Lacrosse Invitational championship.

3. St. Ignatius Prep (CA) 18-1 Last week: No. 3
The Wildcats won the West Catholic Athletic League championship by handling Bellarmine Prep, 9-1.

4. Victor (N.Y.) 22-0 Last week: No. 4
The Blue Devils capped a perfect season with a 17-8 win over Manhasset in the NY Class B title game.

5. Bridgewater-Raritan (N.J.) 23-0 Last week: No. 5
The Group 4 champion Panthers finished a perfect season with a 16-13 Tournament of Champions win over Bergen Catholic.

6. Hun School (N.J.) 17-1 Last week: No. 6
The Raiders fell, 15-8, to No. 1 Haverford School in the Inter-Ac Challenge title game.

7. Landon School (MD) 18-2 Last week: No. 7
The Bears toppled Georgetown Prep 14-9 to win the DC IAC championship.

8. Gonzaga (DC) 18-3 Last week: No. 8
The Purple Eagles defeated Paul VI 12-5 to win the DC WCAC championship.

9. Niskayuna (NY) 21-2 Last week: No. 9
The Silver Warriors won their first state title by downing West Genesee, 13-10, in the Class A final, after topping former No. 2 Syosset, 14-11.

10. IMG Lacrosse National (FL) 10-4 Last week: No. 10
The Ascenders finished a rugged schedule with a 21-20 loss to Hill Academy.

11. St. Mary’s (MD) 12-6 Last week: No 11
The Saints defeated McDonogh 13-8 to win their first MIAA “A” Conference title since 1996.

12. Chaminade (N.Y.) 13-4 Prev: No. 12
The Flyers routed St. Anthony’s, 15-7, for the CHSAA championship.

13. Massapequa (N.Y.) 17-1 Last week: No. 13
The Chiefs fell to Syosset, 14-8, in the Nassau County Class A championship game.

14. Syosset (NY) 18-2 last week: No. 14
The Braves fell to eventual champion Niskayuna, 14-11, in the NY Class A state semifinals.

15. McDonogh School (MD) 14-5 Last week: No. 15
The Eagles lost to St. Mary’s 13-8 in the MIAA “A” Conference finals.

16. St. Paul’s (MD) 13-6 Last week: No. 16
The Crusaders lost to St. Mary’s 9-5 in the MIAA “A” Conference semifinals.

17. Boys’ Latin (MD) 15-5 Last week: No. 17
The Lakers lost to McDonogh 13-7 in the MIAA “A” Conference semifinals in the final game for legendary coach Bob Shriver.

18. Smithtown East (N.Y.) 18-2 Last week: No. 18
The Bulls fell to Syosset, 14-8, in the Long Island Class A championship.

19.Cold Spring Harbor (NY) 19-1 Last week: No. 19
The Seahawks won the NY Class C state title, topping defending champ Cazenovia, 9-8.

20. Cherry Creek (CO) 18-1 Last week: No. 20
The Bruins won the Colorado Class 5 championship and boasted an early-season win over NJ TOC finalist Bergen Catholic.

Under consideration: Bergen Catholic (N.J.) 18-6; Bullis School (MD) 14-5; Calvert Hall (MD) 12-6; Culver Military Academy (IN) 17-6; Darien (CT) 20-3; Delbarton (N.J.) 20-2; Episcopal Academy (PA) 14-7; Georgetown Prep (MD) 13-4; Jamesville-DeWitt (N.Y.) 18-2; Lake Highland Prep (FL) 21-3; Lincoln-Sudbury (MA) 20-1; Loyola Blakefield (MD) 9-5; Lynbrook (N.Y.) 18-1; Manhasset (N.Y.) 16-6; Northport (N.Y.) 17-2; Pittsford (N.Y.) 19-2; Radnor (PA) 21-6; Seton Hall Prep (NJ) 15-2; St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) 12-4; Summit (NJ) 19-5; Ward Melville (N.Y.) 17-3; West Genesee (N.Y.) 18-3; Westminster (GA) 20-2.

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