By Chris Goldberg
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 6/22/17
The Final C2C Lacrosse North America Boys’ Rankings for 2017:
(A separate Public and Non-Public rankings will be released later this week)
1. (tie) Landon School (MD) 21-0
The Bears defeated Bullis School, 18-7, to win the DC IAC championship, capping a perfect season.
1. (tie) Darien (CT) 23-0
The Blue Wave defeated Cheshire, 16-3, to win its fourth straight Connecticut state title and claim its 55th straight win.
3. Culver Military Academy (IN) 21-1
The Eagles defeated Haverford School, 9-5, to repeat as champions of the Inter-Ac Invitational and avenge its only loss of the year on the same field it occurred.
4. Hill Academy (ONT) 15-1
The Pride toppled Georgetown Prep, 12-6, in the finals of the Geico High School Nationals at Catholic University.
5. Cold Spring Harbor (NY) 21-0
The Seahawks won the NY Class C championship with an 11-9 win over Jamesville-DeWitt.
6. Calvert Hall (MD) 17-2
The Cardinals defeated McDonogh, 12-6, to win the MIAA A Division championship and close with 15 straight wins.
7. Delbarton (NJ) 21-1
The Green Wave defeated Moorestown, 15-9, to win the NJ Tournament of Champions.
8. Brunswick School (CT) 15-1
The Bruins toppled Berkshire School (CT), 13-5, to close an undefeated season in the New England West 1.
9. St. Ignatius Prep (CA) 19-2
The Wildcats coasted to the WCAL championship with a 9-4 win over Bellarmine Prep
10. McDonogh School (MD) 17-4
The Eagles fell to Calvert Hall, 12-6, in the MIAA championship.
11. Severna Park (MD) 20-0
The Falcons edged Churchill, 7-6, for the state 4A/3A championship.
12. Ward Melville (NY) 20-2
The Patriots scored four times in the final 1:01 of regulation and won it in OT to claim a 10-9 win over Pittsford and the NY Class A state title.
13. Haverford School (PA) 16-7
The Fords won the Inter-Ac League championship and reached the Inter-Ac Invitational finals.
14. Avon Grove (PA) 23-2
The Red Devils defeated Conestoga, 5-4, in double overtime for the PIAA Class AA championship.
15. Bullis School (MD) 18-3
The Bulldogs fell to No. 1 Landon School, 18-7, in the DC IAC championship.
16. Cherry Creek (CO) 18-1
The Bruins toppled Regis Jesuit, 17-8, to win the Colorado 6A state title.
17. Victor (NY) 19-3
The Blue Devils defeated Yorktown, 9-3, to win the NY Class B state championship and their third straight state title.
18. Jamesville-DeWitt (NY) 21-2
The Red Rams fell to Cold Spring Harbor, 11-9, in the NY Class C state championship.
19. Pittsford (NY) 19-2
The Panthers were stunned in overtime by Ward Melville in the NY Class A championship, 10-9.
20. (tie) Conestoga (PA) 21-3
The Pioneers fell to Avon Grove, 5-4, in double overtime in the PIAA Class AAA championship.
20. (tie) Lincoln-Sudbury (MA) 19-1
The Warriors won the Massachusetts Division I championship.
Under consideration: Boys’ Latin (MD) 13-6; Bridgewater-Raritan (N.J.) 17-1; Cathedral (IN) 21-4; Central Bucks East (PA) 18-6; Chatham (NJ) 16-3; Dallas Jesuit (TX) 15-5; Episcopal Academy (PA) 11-5; Everest Academy (ON) 11-2; Garden City (NY) 16-4; Georgetown Prep (MD) 15-6; IMG National (FL) 12-2; Lambert (GA) 20-2; La Salle (PA) 21-2; Lassiter (GA) 17-4; ; Malvern Prep (PA) 17-6; Manhasset (NY) 14-3; Massapequa (NY) 16-3; Moorestown (NJ) 18-4; Seton Hall Prep (NJ) 16-4; Springfield-Delco (PA) 22-3; St. Paul’s (MD) 14-5; St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) 21-1; Yorktown 17-5.
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