Rankings are based on games played through Sept. 241. Lakeland (9-0) – The Hornets are not just a perfect 9-0 but have also outscored their opponents 63-0. Included was their recent 3-0 shutout of a strong Wilton (CT) squad. (Last week: No. 1.) 2. Mamaroneck (6-0) – Section 1, which doesn’t play overtime during the regular season, may consider the Tigers 5-0-1 after Saturday’s overtime win against Wilton. However you look at it, Mamaroneck is an elite, undefeated squad with two very good keepers.
She's a member of the National, Math and Spanish Honor Societies, vice-president of her class, president of Suffern’s National Honor Society chapter and carries a weighted grade point average exceeding 4.0. A Girl Scout who’s involved in growing vegetables for distribution to food banks, Bonnist is under consideration for the scouts’ top Gold Award. The field hockey defenseman and team captain, who also plays lacrosse, is the “heart and soul of the field,” coach Gaby Somma said.
ORANGEBURG – It had been quite a last several months for Mike Oliva. The popular Pearl River football coach was told he wasn’t being brought back. A rare turnaround followed; Oliva was back on the sidelines. But the Pirates got off to a 1-2 start and were the underdogs going into Saturday’s Orange Bowl game against Tappan Zee. A Tappan Zee win would even the series, which began in 1977, at 16-16-1. And would have been another down day for Oliva.
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Selecting a term
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