The first national high school boys lacrosse rankings were released earlier this week.

Ten teams from the tristate region are included in the Under Armour/Inside Lacrosse High School Power Rankings, led by Chaminade High School (N.Y.) at No. 2 behind No. 1 Boys Latin (Md.).

In other headlines from this past week:

* high school boys regional rankings

* high school girls regional rankings NandN

* Former Duke players drop lawsuit vs. school

* Princeton at Hopkins on Friday: Three things to watch in teams’ 83rd meeting

* Virginia eager to take on Syracuse at Carrier Dome on Friday night

* Despite link to Maryland, Princeton’s Schreiber did not consider Terps

* Lacrosse is booming in Fort Worth, Texas

* No. 4 Syracuse women head south for showdown vs. No. 2 Florida

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