It’s been a stormy season on Long Island.

And there were a few more bolts of thunder last night.

Try these on for size:

King Park 9, Shoreham-Wading River 8, 2OT.

Glenn 12, Rocky Point 7.

These results — and others — impacted our latest Top 25 regional rankings.

• New York State Sportswriters Association rankings

1. West Islip: Lions are 11-0 and counting. (Last week: No. 1)

2. Chaminade: Flyers’ 5-3 win over St. John the Baptist was closer than expected — much. (Last week: No. 2)

3. Manhasset:. Four players had two goals each in a 12-3 win over Cold Spring Harbor. (Last week: No. 3)

4. Yorktown: ‘Huskers await showdown against Chaminade on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Charlie Murphy Field. (Last week: No. 4)

5. Ridgefield: Tigers did not exactly roll over Greenwich as many anticipated, but they remain unbeaten. (Last week: No. 5)

6. St. Anthony’s: Friars beat a St. John the Baptist team that Chaminade defeated by just two goals by a score of 16-3. (Last week: No. 6)

7. Garden City: Will Fuller had seven goals and one assist in a 13-6 win over Calhoun. (Last week: No. 8 )

8. Lynbrook: Lone loss in its 11 game was a 5-4 setback to Garden City.  (Last week: No. 14)

9. Shoreham-Wading River: A 9-8 double-overtime loss to Kings Park on Monday was one of the season’s biggest surprises. (Last week: No. 7)

10. Brunswick: After decisive  victories against Westminster and Choate, is now getting set for showdown with Lawrenceville, N.J., on Friday. (Last week: No. 15)

11. Cold Spring Harbor: Seahawks hope they can regroup if hey are to see Manhasset again in the postseason. (Last week: No. 9)

12. Rocky Point: Fell 14-6 in showdown vs. Shoreham-Wading River before suffering an upset loss to Glenn. (Last week: No. 9)

13. Comsewogue:.Danny Rodriguez dominated on faceoffs in a big 7-4 3 in over Mount Sinai. (Last week: No. 11)

14. Ward Melville: Army-bound Cody Ferraro continues to show why he is one of the region’s top two-way players. (Last week: No. 12)

15. Darien: Blue Wave coach Jeff Brameier picked up career win No. 400 last week.  (Last week: No. 13)

16. Lakeland/Panas: Rebels defeated John Jay for the first time in nine season before falling to Yorktown in the Murphy Cup. (Last week: No. 14)

17. Greenwich: After an inspired performace against Ridgefield last week, the Cardinals will face another rival in Wilton on Thursday . (Last week: No. 18)

18. Fairfield Prep: Has won two straight, outscoring opponents 30-12. (Last week: No. 19)

19. Baldwin: Junior Kyle Rebman has seven goals in a 16-11 win over Port Washington. (Last week: Not ranked)

20. Somers: Greg Petre had six goals, Joe Marasco six assists and Chris Longo made 23 saves in a 13-12 win at Iona Prep. (Last week: No. 16)

21. Putnam Valley: Followed up win over four-time Class C sectional champ Rye by beating four-time Class B sectional champ John Jay for the first time in school history. (Last week: No. 22)

22. Smithtown East: Outscored East Islip 7-1 in the second quarter of a 15-6 win. (Last week: No. 24)

23. Farmingdale: K.C. Worker has been outstanding on faceoffs for the Dalers (9-3). (Last week: No. 25)

24. Hicksville: An 11-10 loss to Oceanside ended a seven-game losing streak. (Last week: No. 20)

25. Glenn: Picked up 12-7 upset win over Rocky Point last night. (Last week: Not ranked)

Dropped out: John Jay, Port Washington, East Islip


1. Yorktown, 2.
Lakeland/Panas, 3. Somers, 4. Putnam Valley, 5. Rye

1. Chaminade, 2. Manhasset, 3. Garden City, 4. Lynbrook, 5.
Cold Spring Harbor

1. West Islip, 2. St. Anthony’s,
3. Shoreham-Wading River, 4. Rocky Point, 5. Comsewogue

1. Ridgefield, 2. Brunswick, 3. Darien, 4. Greenwich, 5. Fairfield Prep

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19 Responses to “ Top 25 regional rankings”

  1. IslandLaxpert says:

    It was very surprising to me that both SWR and RP went down last nite. Just goes to show you … Always expect the unexpected out here.

  2. Lax Novice says:

    Hi Joe,

    I think you like Brunswick a lot, but you meant to put them only 2nd, not 2nd and 4th. Darien, Greenwich and Prep rounding out the Top 5 for Fairfield, no?

  3. Pequa says:

    I want to go on record before todays game vs St. A’s by saying I think Chaminade is ranked too high. Now having said that, is there a clear team that should be in their place? Probably not right now. Maybe St. A’s if they win today?

  4. WhaleBelt says:

    Manhasset is #2

  5. syracuse says:

    It’s a huge week for Chaminade. The Flyers may never sniff this kind of rarified air again if they lose to both St. Anthony’s and Yorktown, which could very well happen.

  6. WhaleBelt says:

    WM 8, WI 7

  7. Pequa says:

    Wow that’s huge. Can’t wait to hear more.

  8. WhaleBelt says:

    St A 15, Cham 5 half way through 3rd period

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  10. Taz says:

    Chaminade crushed by St A’s. If they lose the Yorktown and Manhasset has Chaminade ever lost 3 in a row?

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  12. EHWindmill says:

    I don’t know if Chaminade has ever lost three straight. That’s a good question.

    Tremendous coverage of an amazing 24 hours of Long Island lax upsets, Laxlessons!

  13. IndianChief45 says:

    Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for finally dropping John Jay from this poll. You can only live on your name so long! Sooner or later you have to produce in sports and in life.

  14. ripo says:

    Yea like Mahopac has produced. JJ 4 sectional titles in a row and going for 5

  15. PacMan says:

    I agree with IC45. JJ should’ve gotten the heave ho from these rankings weeks ago.

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  17. LAX says:

    C’mon PacMan, if JJ had scored a couple more goals within their last couple games before White Plains they would’ve been #2 in these rankings. I think the game tomorrow will tell us a lot, perhaps you’ll change your mind.

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