Here’s a look at the top five games for today, Monday, March 30:

• Former Scarsdale standout and head coach Brendan Curran, now the coach at North Salem, faces his old team at 5 p.m. when the Tigers visit Scarsdale.

• Port Washington looks to improve to 3-0 as it hosts Calhoun at 4:30 p.m.

• Garden City, which beat South Side 9-3 in its last game, can improve to 3-1 if it it wins at Division-Levittown.

• Glenn (2-0) visits Longwood at 4:15 p.m.

• Bayshore, which beat St. John the Baptist 16-5 in its opener, hosts Kings Park.

• Mamaroneck, coming off a three-goal season-opening loss to Hen Hud, host Nyack at 4:30 p.m.

9 p.m. — Update 1: Hey guys … Syracuse here. I’ve got some score updates for you, including several of the games Joe Mentioned above:

Bay Shore 11, Kings Park 10 (OT)
Clarke 4, Wheatley 2
Columbus 12, Cardozo 6
Garden City 15, Division-Levittown 5
Henninger 14, Utica Proctor 1
John Glenn – Elwood 11, Longwood 4
Midwood 16, Port Richmond 0
Monsignor Farrell 12, Poly Prep 3
New Dorp 12, Curtis 0
Port Washington 9, Calhoun 4
Smithtown East 8, Huntington 5
Tottenville 8, Douglass Academy 5

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7 Responses to “Monday's Top 5”

  1. syracuse says:

    Hey guys,

    I updated this post above with scores from today. I hope to update it again.

  2. Lion says:

    Syracuse or Joe,

    I see a lot of NYC schools here. This is great and shows the games growth.

  3. Lion says:

    Is there a city public school league? The MaxPreps site showed a Catholic-City and a PSAL-Ivy (prep schools only).

    Do Tottenvile, Columbus, Cardozo, New Dorp, etc. have an organized league?

  4. syracuse says:


    Good question. I’ve put together the 32 teams that make up what is considered the NYC schools, followed by how they break down by league. If there is enough of a demand for it, we can post records as the season progresses. Clearly, Iona Prep is the best “city” school, but many of these schools, though they are considered as part of the city, are really located in Westchester and Long Island.

    Horace Mann
    St Joseph By-The-Sea
    New Dorp
    James Madison
    Fordham Prep
    Monsignor Farrell
    Long Island City
    Herbert Lehman
    Trinity School
    Long Island Lutheran
    St Francis Prep
    Mount St Michael
    Archbishop Stepinac
    Douglass Academy
    A.P. Randolph
    Albert Tuitt
    Poly Prep
    Port Richmond
    Iona Prep
    Riverdale Cou Day

    NY Catholic

    1 Fordham Prep
    2 Monsignor Farrell
    3 St Joseph By-The-Sea
    4 Iona Prep
    5 Mount St Michael
    6 St Francis Prep
    7 Xaverian
    8 Archbishop Stepinac

    NY Ivy

    1 Collegiate
    2 Horace Mann
    3 Dalton
    4 Fieldston
    5 Hackley
    6 Poly Prep
    7 Riverdale Cou Day
    8 Trinity School

    NY MLA

    1 Long Island Lutheran
    2 Portledge


    1 New Dorp
    2 James Madison
    3 Midwood
    4 Tottenville
    5 Long Island City
    6 Herbert Lehman
    7 Columbus
    8 Stuyvesant
    9 Cardozo
    10 Douglass Academy
    11 Port Richmond
    12 A.P. Randolph
    13 Albert Tuitt
    14 Curtis

  5. Lion says:

    Thanks Syracuse, wish it was around when I grew-up (Staten Island). For now I’ll just enjoy watching my kids play.

  6. syracuse says:

    There is absolutely no reason why the city schools cannot one day be up there with the publics in the suburbs. All they need is coaching because I know for a fact they have the athletes. Of course, that kind of growth will take years, but with a program like Iona Prep to emulate, it’s just a matter of time before other city schools get the bug.

    And once they get it — it’s a proven fact — they’ll never lose it.

  7. Lion says:

    It will be interesting to see how it grows on Staten Island. This borough has more a suburban than city landscape and schools like Msgr. Farrell and St. Joseph’s are very sports oriented. Both are big enough schools, Farrell 1,200 boys, St. Joes-Sea smaller because it is co-ed.

    Tottenville (public) high school is also interesting. At least 3,000 students, that I recall, in a fairly affluent area.

    Still local youth leagues and teams are rare.

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