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M-W, Lisbon Boys Ranked 5-6 In Class C, P-H 3 in Class D

The Section 10 sports realm has been dealt many monumental injustices in the COVID-19 pandemic which has now reached nine months.

Locally in boys soccer the virus cancelled the Section 10 Tournament and a potential meeting in Class C of two powerful neighboring teams in Lisbon and Madrid-Waddington. Lisbon moved into the Class C ranks for the first time in decades this season and finished a COVID-shortened season at 7-0-1 in the NAC West Division. Madrid-Waddington went 11-1-1 in the NAC East and played a 1-1 season finale four overtime tie against Canton which went 10-0 in the Central Division.

In the New York State Fall I season rankings, compiled by Perry Novak Co-President of the New York State Sportswriters and Coaches Association for the Girls Sports, M-W was ranked fifth and Lisbon was ranked sixth in the Class C poll. Canton earned the number eight ranking in Class B and Parishville-Hopkinton, which went 10-0-1 in the NAC East Division, earned Section 10's top ranking gaining the third spot in Class D.

Colton-Pierrepont, which went 8-4-1 in the NAC East, earned the 10th spot in the Class D rankings. Class AA NYS Co-Coaches of the Year Jeff Hammond (Fayetteville-Manlius-3) and Rich Becker (Mamaroneck-1) 1: 11-0-0 Fayetteville-Manlius-3 2: 10-0-0 Penfield-5 3: 13-0-1 Mamaroneck-1 4: 10-0-2 Shenendehowa-2 5: 10-3-0 NYC St. Francis Prep-CHSAA 6: 12-2-0 Williamsville North-6 7: 7-1-3 White Plains-1 8: 7-2-0 Baldwinsville-3 9: 9-3-1 NYC Fordham Prep-AIS 10: 10-1-0 Carmel-1 10: 9-2-1 NYC Msgr. Farrell-CHSAA 10: 2-0-1 LI St. Anthony's-CHSAA Class A NYS Coach of the Year: Tony Schiappa (Williamsville East-6) 1: 14-0-2 Williamsville East-6 2: 9-0-1 Byram Hills-1 3: 13-1-1 Pittsford Sutherland-5 4: 13-1-0 Pearl River-1 5: 14-1-1 Williamsville South-6 6: 12-3-0 New Hartford-3 7: 11-3-2 Grand Island-6 8: 9-3-2 Churchville Chili-5 9: 6-6-1 John Jay Cross River-1 10: 9-4-2 Buffalo Canisius-CHSAA 10: 7-0-2 Rye-1 .Class B NYS Coach of the Year: Robert Ross (Nichols-CHSAA) 1: 11-1-1 Buffalo Nichols-CHSAA 2: 14-1-0 Bath-5 3: 12-1-0 Bronxville-1 4: 13-1-1 Tonawanda-6 5: 14-2-0 Livonia-5 6: 7-1-0 Westhill-3 7: 12-1-3 Fredonia-6 8: 10-0-1 Canton-10 9: 10-3-1 Pleasantville-1 10: 5-0-0 Greenville-2 10: 14-3-2 Allegany-Limestone-6 10: 10-3-1 Skaneateles-3 .Class C NYS Coach of the Year: Jeremy Loncao (East Rochester-5) 1: 13-1-0 East Rochester-5 2: 12-0-0 Naples-5 3: 12-1-1 Maple Grove-6 4: 10-3-1 Alexander Hamilton-1 5: 11-1-1 Madrid-Waddington-10 6: 7-0-1 Lisbon-10 7: 5-1-1 Maple Hill-2 8: 9-4-1 Westmoreland/Oriskany-3 9: 11-4-1 Holley-5 10: 6-5-0 Leffell School-1 10: 7-4-0 Chatauqua Lake-6 10: 7-3-0 Fabius-Pompey-3 .Class D NYS Co-Coaches of the Year: Greg Haver (Poland-3) and Ron Macomber, Jr. (Keshequa-5) 1: 11-1-0 Poland-3 2: 16-1-0 Keshequa-5 3: 10-0-1 Parishville-Hopkinton-10 4: 5-1-0 Jasper-Troupsburg-5 5: 8-6-0 Chazy-7 6: 5-1-0 Fillmore-5 7: 5-5-0 Manlius Pebble Hill-3 8: 9-4-0 Belfast-5 9: 5-3-0 Camillus Mater Dei-3 10: 8-4-1 Colton-Pierrepont-10

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