Daily Archives: April 23, 2011

National High School Boys Lacrosse: Video Highlights Of #1 Haverford School Boys Lacrosse (PA) 11-5 Victory Over #2 Darien (CT) On April 16


Colorado High School Lacrosse: Cherry Creek Boys And Girls Lacrosse Teams Ranked #1 In State With Playoffs Looming


Cherry Creek took over the top spot in the boys ranking after previous No. 1 Regis Jesuit fell to Kent Denver last week.

Elsewhere, Rock Canyon made its return to the boys poll after a one-week abscense, and Air Academy — winner of seven games in a row — checked in for the first time this season at No. 10.

Arapahoe, fresh off a 3-0 week, made its debut in the girls ranking this week, at No. 8.

Boys Ranking
RK TEAM REC. PREV. LW
Cherry Creek 11-1 2 2-0
Kent Denver 8-2 4 3-0
Arapahoe 5-5 5 2-0
Regis Jesuit 11-1 1 1-1
Wheat Ridge 11-2 6 3-0
Fort Collins 7-4 7 1-1
Mullen 8-4 10 3-0
Rock Canyon 10-2 2-0
Chaparral 10-2 3 1-1
10 Air Academy 8-3 4-0
DROPPED OUT
Highlands Ranch 8-5 8 1-2
Colorado Academy 6-3 9 0-2

 

Girls Ranking
RK TEAM REC. PREV. LW
Cherry Creek 11-0 1 1-0
Kent Denver 5-3 5 3-0
Columbine 8-1 6 3-0
Chaparral 8-1 8 2-0
Mullen 7-2 2 0-1
Denver East 5-3 10 0-0
Centaurus 8-3 4 2-1
Arapahoe 6-3 3-0
Air Academy 8-2 3 2-1
10 Heritage/Littleton 7-4 9 1-1
DROPPED OUT
Regis Jesuit 5-3 7 0-1

Read more: Rankings: Cherry Creek claims top boys lacrosse spot after Regis falls – The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/preps/ci_17899107?source=rss#ixzz1KM6CaoxC

NCAA Lacrosse: #7 Stanford Women’s Lacrosse Travels To #5 Northwestern For Big Game On April 24 With NCAA Tournament Implications


All of a sudden, this game has really significant postseason implications, considering that both of these NCAA tournament-bound programs tend to get the short end of the geographic stick when it comes to first-round matchups.

Has Northwestern, with two straight losses, played itself out of a home seed? Not quite yet, and a win here would lock it up. As LaxMagazine.com’s Sheehan Stanwick Burch pointed out in her column and on the Lacrosse Magazine Podcast, poor shooting — including on free positions — and careless turnovers led to the Wildcats’ demise last week. You have to figure there were plenty of up-tempo, pressure-simulated practices in Evanston this week.

For more:  http://www.laxmagazine.com/tentowatch/042211_conferences_start_mayhem_early