By Chris Goldberg
TopLaxRecruits.com, Posted 6/21/16
The Final C2C Lacrosse North America Boys’ Rankings for 2016
1. Hill Academy (ONT, Canada) 11-0
The Pride takes the top spot with its record that included wins over No. 5 Bullis, No. 7 Boys’ Latin, No. 8 Culver and No. 10 IMG National.
2. (tie) McDonogh School (MD) 18-1
The Eagles finished the season with an 8-5 win over Boys’ Latin to claim the MIAA “A” conference championship.
2. (tie) Victor (N.Y.) 22-0
The Blue Devils defeated Ward Melville, 7-5, Saturday in the NY Class A championship for their second straight state title (last year they won the Class B crown) and 44th straight win.
2. (tie) Darien (CT) 23-0
The Blue Wave blitzed Simsbury, 18-3, for its second straight state Large school championship and third consecutive state title (it won the Class M crown in 2014).
5. Bullis School (MD) 21-2
The Bulldogs defeated St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes 9-5 in the DC IAC Championship game.
6. Gonzaga (DC) 19-2
The Purple Eagles won the DC WAC title with a 14-5 win over DeMatha.
7. Boys’ Latin (MD) 14-4
The Lakers finished the season with an 8-5 loss to McDonogh in the MIAA “A” conference championship.
8. Culver Military Academy (IN) 17-3
The Eagles won the the Inter-Ac Challenge by topping Haverford School, 8-7
9. Delbarton (NJ) 22-2
The Big Green handled Pingry, 13-4, to win the Tournament of Champions title.
10. IMG National (FL) 12-1
The Ascenders finished their season with a 19-6 win over Seton Hall Prep (NJ).
11. St. Anthony’s (NY) 14-2
The Friars won their first NSCHSAA title in four seasons by defeating Chaminade 18-5.
12. Cold Spring Harbor (NY) 18-1
The Seahawks defeated Penn Yan, 15-4, to win the NY Class C championship for the second straight year.
13. Ward Melville (NY) 18-4
The Patriots fell to Victor, 7-5, on Saturday in the NY Class A state final.
14. Monte Vista-Danville (CA) 22-1
The Mustangs (22-1) finished undefeated on the field to capture the program’s fifth section title after also winning the East Bay Athletic League crown. Their lone loss was a season-opening forfeit against eventual NCS Division 2 champ Marin Catholic for unintentionally using an illegal player.
15. Deerfield (MA) 15-1
The Green Wave won the New England West 1 title.
16. New Canaan (CT) 19-4
The Rams routed Daniel Hand, 13-2, for their second straight Connecticut Middle state championship.
17. Brunswick School (CT) 15-3
The Bruins’ biggest win was a 12-6 victory over Haverford School.
18. Haverford School (PA) 20-5
The Fords fell to Culver, 8-7, in the Inter-Ac Challenge final, but won the Inter-Ac league championship.
19. Jamesville-DeWitt (NY) 21-2
The Red Rams defeated Yorktown, 9-6, to claim the New York Class B state championship.
20. Lambert (GA) 21-0
The Longhorns rolled to the Georgia big school state title.
21. Brother Rice (MI) 21-2
The Warriors won their 14th straight Michigan state title
22. St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) 19-0
The Raiders defeated Ponte Vedra, 13-11, for the Florida state championship.
23. Lincoln-Sudbury (MA) 19-2
The Warriors won the Massachusetts state title with a 10-8 win over Boston College High.
24. St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (VA) 21-4
The Saints reached the finals of the DC IAC tournament where they fell to Bullis School.
25. Springfield-Delco (PA) 20-7
The Cougars defeated La Salle, 4-3, to win the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association championship.
Under consideration: Avon Grove (PA) 19-2; Bayport-Blue Point (NY) 16-1; Bridgewater-Raritan (N.J.) 19-1; Calvert Hall (MD) 14-5; Cazenovia (NY) 18-2; Connetquot (NY) 16-3; Landon School (MD) 17-4; La Salle (PA) 21-4; Locust Valley (NY) 16-1; Loyola Blakefield (MD) 9-7; Malvern Prep (PA) 18-5; Manhasset (NY) 15-4; Massapequa (NY) 14-4; Niskayuna (NY) 16-2; Penn Yan (NY) 17-3; Pingry School (NJ) 17-4; Pittsford (NY) 16-3; Regis Jesuit (CO) 17-2; Ridgewood (NJ) 16-2; Shoreham-Wading River (NY) 18-3; Smithtown East (NY) 14-3; St. Paul’s (MD) 12-7; Summit (NJ) 17-2; Syosset (NY) 16-3; Upper Dublin (PA) 21-3; West Islip (NY) 14-3.
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