Yorktown has dominated New York’s Class B lacrosse league for decades. On May 22, the Cornhuskers snagged their fourth consecutive sectional title in a 13-3 victory over Byram Hills. On top of that, it marks the Huskers’ 37th title in the program’s history.
After a long and hard battled eight years, Boys’ Latin has finally climbed on top of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association “A” Conference. Arguably the most difficult high school lacrosse playoff competition in the country, the Lakers last won the MIAA title in 2006.
Boys’ Latin finds themselves on familiar ground, entering the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association “A” Conference final with an undefeated record and on top of the DigitalSports National Lacrosse Rankings.
In a big 14-9 victory over rivals Haverford on May 9, Malvern Prep wrapped up its undefeated regular season. After moving up the rankings every week, the Friars sit in 4th in the DigitalSports National Lacrosse Rankings and 1stin Pennsylvania, boasting a 21-0 record.
After a rough 1-3 start to the season, Brunswick School bounced back with a win streak which has now extended to ten consecutive games. On May 7, the Bruins defeated Connecticut rival, Avon Old Farms 13-7 in what coach David Bruce called their “most complete game so far.”
For the second consecutive year, Boys’ Latin of Baltimore, Maryland has gone undefeated in the regular season. The Lakers capped off their 16-0 run in an 18-12 victory over 9th ranked St. Paul’s on May 6.