John Jay-Cross River (N.Y.) enters the Consensus Rankings for the first time this season. The Indians make their debut at No. 22.
John Jay might be the only new team in the rankings this week, but there is plenty of movement. Delbarton (N.J.) leaps 12 spots into a Top 10 spot this week, while Haverford School (Pa.), St. Anthony's (N.Y.), Landon (Md.), Avon Old Farms (Conn.) and more shuffle among the rest of the 30 programs included.
What is this? LaxRecords.com takes the five major high school boys' lacrosse rankings and assigns a point value based on where each team is ranked. This provides a consensus on which teams are considered the best in the nation.
|17||St. Sebastian's School||MA||17||20|
|22||John Jay-Cross River||NY||13||NR|
|24||Cold Spring Harbor||NY||11||24|
|27||Avon Old Farms||CT||6||25|
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