As they have been all season long, Darien (16-2) remains the No. 1 team in the Connecticut high school girls lacrosse poll. The Blue Wave whipped Fairfield Ludlowe, 20-3 to close out the regular season with a 13-2 record. Darien beat Staples, 18-6 in the FCIAC quarterfinals and topped Greenwich on Monday, 14-7, in the FCIAC semifinals.
Darien, who is ranked No. 4 in the nation by USA Lacrosse Magazine, will face No. 3 Wilton on Thursday in the FCIAC championship game. The Blue Wave have won 103 consecutive games against Connecticut teams. Wilton (14-4) outlasted No. 2 New Canaan in the FCIAC semifinals, 10-8.
The only change in this week’s top 10 was Hand moving up one spot to No. 5 and Cheshire slipping down one spot to No. 6. Seven of the top 10 teams are from the FCIAC.
State Girls Lacrosse Poll
The state top 10 girls lacrosse poll as voted by coaches from across Connecticut. First place votes in parentheses. Compiled by Phil Schneider of East Lyme
Week 6, Monday, May 21
|Also receiving votes: Pomperaug (13-2) and Newtown (11-5) 3|
|Coaches voting: Sean Cole, Canton; Dan Warburton, Cheshire; Meg Cersosimo, Conard; Kevin Siedlecki, Hand; Lisa Lindley, Darien; Phil Schneider, East Lyme; Tom Davis, Fairfield Warde; Jeff Manaresi, Farmington; Kris Cofiell, Glastonbury; Terri Ziemnicki, Granby; Kristin Woods, New Canaan; Maura Fletcher, Newtown; Lori Connelly, North Branford; Danielle Tammaro, Pomperaug; Meredith Meyran, Wilton|