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  2. Team W L G GA DIFF GPP
    Massapequa 18 2 285 108 177 14.3
    Garden City 16 2 204 82 122 11.3
    Manhasset 16 3 243 122 121 12.8
    Roslyn 14 2 226 114 112 14.1
    Syosset 14 3 212 103 109 12.5
    Cold Spring Harbor 14 5 206 118 88 10.8
    Calhoun 13 4 154 113 41 9.1
    Farmingdale 13 4 177 109 68 10.4
    Wantagh 12 4 157 129 28 9.8
    Plainedge 12 4 200 87 113 12.5
    South Side 12 5 172 108 64 10.1
    Clarke 11 2 161 90 71 12.4
    North Shore 11 7 157 114 43 8.7
    Jericho 10 5 183 111 72 12.2
    Hicksville 10 6 154 155 -1 9.6
    W.C. Mepham 10 6 186 119 67 11.6
    Wheatley/Carle Place 10 6 145 131 14 9.1
    Locust Valley 10 7 175 131 44 10.3
    Herricks 9 7 165 118 47 10.3
    Oceanside 9 7 136 122 14 8.5
    Hewlett 9 7 104 104 0 6.5
    Port Washington 9 8 160 135 25 9.4
    Mineola 9 8 134 118 16 7.9
    New Hyde Park 8 7 111 111 0 7.4
    Sewanhaka 8 7 143 136 7 9.5
    Uniondale 7 7 99 97 2 7.1
    Glen Cove 7 8 106 133 -27 7.1
    Bethpage 7 8 123 117 6 8.2
    Lynbrook 7 10 104 139 -35 6.1
    Floral Park 7 11 138 191 -53 7.7
    Island Trees 6 7 102 107 -5 7.8
    Division 6 8 120 131 -11 8.6
    Plainview-Old Bethpage 6 10 119 159 -40 7.4
    East Meadow 6 10 118 159 -41 7.4
    Carey 6 11 141 144 -3 8.3
    Long Beach 6 11 136 157 -21 8
    Malverne/East Rockaway 5 6 85 89 -4 7.7
    Seaford 5 11 108 147 -39 6.8
    MacArthur 5 11 131 184 -53 8.2
    Freeport 4 7 65 110 -45 5.9
    Valley Stream 4 9 73 151 -78 5.6
    JFK-Bellmore 4 10 53 136 -83 3.8
    West Hempstead 4 11 104 168 -64 6.9
    Oyster Bay 4 12 98 156 -58 6.1
    Friends Academy 4 12 107 166 -59 6.7
    Roosevelt 3 7 99 138 -39 9.9
    Baldwin 2 12 74 173 -99 5.3
    Great Neck South 2 12 52 144 -92 3.7
    Elmont 2 13 62 152 -90 4.1
    Lawrence 1 13 47 147 -100 3.4
    Hempstead 0 8 21 112 -91 2.6
    Great Neck North 0 13 43 162 -119 3.3
  3. Points
    Player School Total Average
    Gatto, Ethan Roslyn 102 6.8
    Caputo, Anthony Clarke 83 6.92
    Grabher, Stephen North Shore 74 4.63
    Gleason , Colin Massapequa 73 5.21
    Leonardi, Vincent Hicksville 67 5.58
    Schnell, Patrick Jericho 64 5.33
    O'Connell, Jimmy Carey 62 3.88
    Turrini, Nick Calhoun 60 4
    Guglielmo Jr., Robert W.C. Mepham 60 5
    Teresky, Nicholas Wantagh 60 4.29
    Player School Total Average
    Leonardi, Vincent Hicksville 48 4
    Gatto, Ethan Roslyn 47 3.13
    Caputo, Anthony Clarke 45 3.75
    Striano, Danny Cold Spring Harbor 43 2.87
    Gleason , Colin Massapequa 42 3
    Kelly, Michael Floral Park 41 3.15
    Guglielmo Jr., Robert W.C. Mepham 41 3.42
    Lutfi, Sam Massapequa 40 2.86
    Turrini, Nick Calhoun 39 2.6
    Schnell, Patrick Jericho 37 3.08
    Player School Total Average
    Gatto, Ethan Roslyn 55 3.67
    Grabher, Stephen North Shore 38 2.38
    Caputo, Anthony Clarke 38 3.17
    Gibbons, Garrett Massapequa 33 2.36
    O'Connell, Jimmy Carey 33 2.06
    Gleason , Colin Massapequa 31 2.21
    Demetri, Forrest North Shore 31 1.94
    Teresky, Nicholas Wantagh 30 2.14
    Burns, Cade Plainedge 29 2.23
    Pickett, William South Side 29 1.93
    Player School Total Percentage
    May, Max Hewlett 195 67%
    Renner, Dylan Mineola 193 72%
    Flohr, Robert Carey 165 57%
    Munson, Kyle Calhoun 158 66%
    Carlson, Kc Oceanside 156 57%
    Pedisich, Brendan East Meadow 147 55%
    Gillman, Sean Farmingdale 142 62%
    Rea, Timothy Plainview-Old Bethpage 132 47%
    Watts, Trevor Baldwin 131 46%
    Galassi, AJ Port Washington 131 55%
    Faceoffs Won
    Player School Total Percentage
    Petrakis, Angelo Massapequa 215 91%
    Ferrara, Ben Locust Valley 149 59%
    Maynard, Elihsa Uniondale 149 70%
    Lebson, Ryan Syosset 139 71%
    DiBenedetto, Jake Lynbrook 135 70%
    Buehre, Dean Long Beach 135 58%
    DeGennaro, Andrew Cold Spring Harbor 105 76%
    Oemcke, Jake Farmingdale 94 55%
    Scarpa, Nick Hicksville 88 66%
    Kelly, Aidan South Side 88 62%
    Ground Balls
    Player School Total Average
    Petrakis, Angelo Massapequa 109 6.81
    Ferrara, Ben Locust Valley 101 7.21
    Lebson, Ryan Syosset 90 7.5
    Oemcke, Jake Farmingdale 80 5.71
    Mora, Michael Plainedge 73 8.11
    LiCalzi, Nick South Side 68 5.23
    Weiss, Matt Hewlett 62 4.13
    DeGennaro, Andrew Cold Spring Harbor 62 4.13
    McKenna, Aidan Calhoun 61 4.07
    DeJesus, Ariel Calhoun 60 4.29
    Caused Turnovers
    Player School Total Average
    Hawkinson, Caden Cold Spring Harbor 22 1.57
    McKenna, Aidan Calhoun 21 1.4
    Derby, Sean Seaford 16 1.23
    Ramos, Lorenzo Farmingdale 14 0.82
    Bruno, Jacob Cold Spring Harbor 11 0.85
    Hickis, Rich Farmingdale 10 0.59
    Simak, Chris Locust Valley 10 0.77
    Campbell, Antoine Uniondale 10 1.25
    Defelice, Nick Farmingdale 10 0.91
    Jones, Matt Locust Valley 9 1.13
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