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Laxpower announced West Genesse was the top team in the nation along with a school from Maryland. It's impressive to have the best players from the nations best high school team coming to Albany.

 

 

National Coaches/Computer Ratings for HS Boys' Lacrosse

 

LaxPower, the world's leading authority on lacrosse performance ratings, is pleased to announce the National Coaches/Computer Ratings for High School Boys' Lacrosse for the recently completed 2005 spring season.

West Genesee High School of Camillus, New York (22-0), which won the Class A New York State title for the 14th time, and McDonogh School of Owings Mills, Maryland (22-1), which won the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association (MIAA) title, are the co-champions for 2005. McDonogh finished in first place in the computer ratings by a narrow margin, while West Genesee earned the top spot in the coaches' poll, garnering 30 of the 43 first-place votes. This is the first tie for #1 since LaxPower adopted the current enhanced system three years ago.

Rounding out the top four programs are two undefeated squads:

#3: Lafayette High School, New York (22-0) — New York Class C champions — 3rd in both the computer ratings and the poll

#4: Huntington High School, New York (21-0) — New York Class B champions — 4th in both the computer ratings and the poll

Tied for the fifth position are:

* Darien High School, Connecticut (23-0) — poll: 5, computer: 8

* Boys' Latin School, Maryland (18-2) — poll: 6, computer: 7

* Garden City High School, New York (18-2) — poll: 8, computer: 5

* West Islip High School, New York (19-2) — poll: 7, computer: 6

The final rankings were compiled using LaxPower's CCR rating formula, which combines the national computer rankings with a national poll. The computer ratings used for the rankings are based on about 17,400 game scores for over 2,500 high school teams. The poll is a product of rankings by 43 high school coaches from around the nation. Each of these two parameters represent 50% of the final tallied results.

Detailed information for all teams can be found at the link below. The combined CCR ranking, the computer ratings, the results of the poll voting, the members of the coaches poll panel, and a detailed explanation of the computer formula are available. Results for the Top 20 on each of the components and overall are presented at the bottom of this page.

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