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  • AROUND THE WEB

  • Niagara University Receives $4.1 Million Bequest
    By webmaster@philanthropynewsdigest.org (Kyoko Uchida) - Sunday May 28, 2017

    The gift will establish a chair in professional ethics, a center for race and equality, and an associate director of equity and inclusion post....

    Source: Philanthropy News Digest (PND)
  • Enterprise Community Partners Receives $3.75 Million for Housing
    By webmaster@philanthropynewsdigest.org (Kyoko Uchida) - Monday Jun 5, 2017

    The grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation will support affordable housing development in twelve cities....

    Source: Philanthropy News Digest (PND)
  • Hints of iPhone 8 Showing Up in Web Analytics
    By Eric Slivka - Friday Jun 16, 2017

    Back in February, noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo laid out his expectations for the display resolution on the so-called "iPhone 8," a brand-new iPhone scheduled for release later this year that forgoes the traditional Home button and LCD screen in favor of an OLED display that fills essentially the entire front of the device.

    Working from his expectations, we believe we are seeing increasing evidence of iPhone 8 devices visiting MacRumors. The numbers are unsurprisingly extremely low, but what we're seeing matches what we'd expect from Kuo's resolution claims. It has also become consistent enough that it's increasingly unlikely these data points are fakes or one-off blips in our analytics.

    According to Kuo, the iPhone 8 will feature a 5.8-inch display, but with a strip along the bottom of the display reserved for a "function area." Details on exactly what the function area will be used for are unclear, but it will likely be some sort of dock-like area that could include fingerprint sensing, Home button functionality, and likely other dynamic icons and buttons for interacting with the device.


    While Kuo says the overall 5.8-inch display will have a resolution of 1242 x 2800 pixels, he claims the active "display area" will measure 5.15 inches diagonally with a resolution of 1125 x 2436. That's likely the screen size that would be presented to Safari and other apps as the usable display space.

    Ever since the release of the iPhone 4 in 2010, Apple's Retina displays have used pixel doubling or tripling to increase the sharpness of text and other elements shown on the screen. For example, the iPhone 7's display has a native resolution of 750 x 1334, but it presents itself as a device running at half of those numbers in each dimension, or 375 x 667. This logical resolution, known as points, keeps screen content at reasonable sizes but with four pixels making up each point, thus allowing for increased sharpness.

    Apple's "Plus" sized iPhone displays with native resolutions of 1080 x 1920 are a bit more complicated, presenting themselves as devices running at 414 x 736 points but in "3x" mode so that a total of nine pixels would be used to make up a single point on the screen. This multiplication factor yields a rendered display resolution of 1242 x 2208, which is then scaled down to fit the actual 1080 x 1920 display.

    Example from Apple's Human Interface Guidelines showing increasing sharpness of 10 x 10 point image at 1x, 2x, and 3x

    Taking a look at Kuo's claimed resolution of 1125 x 2436 for the active display on the iPhone 8, this would neatly correspond to a 3x Retina display at 375 x 812 points, exactly the same width in points as the iPhone 7 but taller. (A 5.15-inch display area at an 1125 x 2436 ratio would actually be slightly narrower physically than the iPhone 7's display, so content would appear slightly smaller on the screen at around 174 points per inch rather than the 163 points per inch of the iPhone 7.)

    With iPhone 8 models having been in testing for many months now and production likely to start ramping up soon, it's likely some of these devices are being used to browse the web, and every once in a while one of them may visit MacRumors. Checking into our analytics, we are indeed seeing some activity from devices reporting themselves as having displays of 375 x 812.

    Visits to MacRumors from devices reporting themselves as iOS devices running at 375 x 812

    Aside from a couple of visits last September, we didn't see substantial activity from devices reporting themselves with resolutions of 375 x 812 until March, and even then things were very sparse until late May when things began to pick up. Since June 1, we've been seeing anywhere between one and four visits from these devices nearly every day. All of them are also reporting themselves as running iOS 11.0, which is both unsurprising and reassuring, given that the iPhone 8 will undoubtedly ship with iOS 11 as its operating system in the fall.

    A handful of the visits came from IP addresses controlled by Apple, but even those coming from other IPs are localized to Cupertino or nearby cities of Sunnyvale and San Francisco when such data is available.

    The number of visits we've seen from these devices is extremely low, totaling roughly three dozen sessions. We do on occasion see strange resolutions being reported by devices in our analytics, but the regularity with which we're seeing this resolution pop up suggests that this is likely a real device.

    The 375 x 812 resolution is also the only one we're currently seeing appear associated with iOS 11 devices that can't be explained by an existing product. We similarly saw devices reporting a resolution of 834 x 1132 over a period of months leading up to last week's launch of the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, which corresponded to the 1668 x 2264 Retina display that was rumored for and ultimately appeared on the device.

    Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 8 and more traditional "iPhone 7s" and "iPhone 7s Plus" models around the usual September timeframe for iPhone updates, although rumors have suggested supplies of the iPhone 8 could be extremely tight for up to several months after the official debut.

    Related Roundup: iPhone 8

    Discuss this article in our forums

    Source: MacRumors : Mac News and Rumors
  • The High Five: these shall be released, top search trends this week
    Friday Jun 16, 2017

    Here's a look a few of the most-searched topics from the week of June 12:

    Rep. Steve Scalise

    Earlier this week, a gunman opened fire on a Congressional baseball practice, wounding Rep. Steve Scalise and several others. The event prompted people to search about the details—Scalise’s age, his political party and identity of the gunman. “How is Steve Scalise doing?” was a top-searched question, search interest in “support Scalise” spiked 1000x, and interest in “Democrats prayspiked more than 600% following the shooting.

    This is why you should floss

    Daredevil Erendira Wallenda broke her husband Nik’s record for the “iron-jaw hang,” 300 feet above Niagara Falls (yes, she was hanging by her teeth!) People searched for the livestream to watch her complete the historic stunt, as well as “What time will Erendira Wallenda walk across Niagara Falls?” and “How old is Erendira Wallenda?”

    Love is love

    Let the parades begin! June is LGBT Pride Month, and celebratory parades are taking place across the country. Washington, D.C., Maryland, Indiana, Massachusetts and Virginia are the top regions searching for Pride, with queries about where and when pride parades are occurring, as well as “what to wear to Pride.” Turns out many parade-goers are thinking about their outfits—search interest for “Love wins shirts” grew 250% this week.

    It Ain't Me Babe

    Cramming for your high school English test and delivering a Nobel Prize lecture are the same thing, right? In his Nobel Prize lecture, Bob Dylan spoke of novels (including “Moby Dick”) that have inspired him—and he took a few lines from SparkNotes for the speech. Though this may not be the the first time Dylan has borrowed inspiration for his art, people searched for “Bob Dylan plagiarize Sparknotes,” “Bob Dylan Nobel Prize speech,” and “Bob Dylan Sparknotes Moby Dick.”

    One small sandwich for man

    KFC’s latest ad campaign, starring Rob Lowe, promised to launch a fried chicken sandwich into space. Now, it’s going to happen. An Arizona company plans to send the sandwich beyond Earth in a balloon, which left people wondering, “How is KFC going to space?” and “When is KFC sending a chicken sandwich to space?” The extraterrestrial news has led to search interest in “KFC sandwich” rising 300% above “McDonald’s sandwich.”


    Source: The Official Google Blog
  • The High Five: these shall be released, top search trends this week
    Friday Jun 16, 2017

    Here's a look a few of the most-searched topics from the week of June 12:

    Rep. Steve Scalise

    Earlier this week, a gunman opened fire on a Congressional baseball practice, wounding Rep. Steve Scalise and several others. The event prompted people to search about the details—Scalise’s age, his political party and identity of the gunman. “How is Steve Scalise doing?” was a top-searched question, search interest in “support Scalise” spiked 1000x, and interest in “Democrats prayspiked more than 600% following the shooting.

    This is why you should floss

    Daredevil Erendira Wallenda broke her husband Nik’s record for the “iron-jaw hang,” 300 feet above Niagara Falls (yes, she was hanging by her teeth!) People searched for the livestream to watch her complete the historic stunt, as well as “What time will Erendira Wallenda walk across Niagara Falls?” and “How old is Erendira Wallenda?”

    Love is love

    Let the parades begin! June is LGBT Pride Month, and celebratory parades are taking place across the country. Washington, D.C., Maryland, Indiana, Massachusetts and Virginia are the top regions searching for Pride, with queries about where and when pride parades are occurring, as well as “what to wear to Pride.” Turns out many parade-goers are thinking about their outfits—search interest for “Love wins shirts” grew 250% this week.

    It Ain't Me Babe

    Cramming for your high school English test and delivering a Nobel Prize lecture are the same thing, right? In his Nobel Prize lecture, Bob Dylan spoke of novels (including “Moby Dick”) that have inspired him—and he took a few lines from SparkNotes for the speech. Though this may not be the the first time Dylan has borrowed inspiration for his art, people searched for “Bob Dylan plagiarize Sparknotes,” “Bob Dylan Nobel Prize speech,” and “Bob Dylan Sparknotes Moby Dick.”

    One small sandwich for man

    KFC’s latest ad campaign, starring Rob Lowe, promised to launch a fried chicken sandwich into space. Now, it’s going to happen. An Arizona company plans to send the sandwich beyond Earth in a balloon, which left people wondering, “How is KFC going to space?” and “When is KFC sending a chicken sandwich to space?” The extraterrestrial news has led to search interest in “KFC sandwich” rising 300% above “McDonald’s sandwich.”


    Source: The Official Google Blog
  • Huge London Home for $58 Million
    Thursday Jun 7, 2012

    A London home has listed for £37.5 million, or about $58 million. The 10,130-square-foot, seven-bedroom home is located in London's St. John's Wood neighborhood. Lauren Schuker has details on The News Hub. Photo: Bruce Thomas.

    Source: The Wall Street Journal: Real Estate
  • Ask the NY Giants: Socks with Sandals?
    Tuesday Sep 15, 2015

    Professional athletes like members of the New York Giants are the inspiration for the latest (counterintuitive) high-fashion trend: wearing socks with sandals. Photo: Stu Woo/The Wall Street Journal

    Source: The Wall Street Journal: Most Popular
  • Needham Joins Final Nike/USL HSG Top 25 With Upset of Longmeadow
    By mschneider - Tuesday Jun 20, 2017

    In the final in-season update of the Nike/US Lacrosse High School Girls Top 25, three teams found new spots at the bottom of the pack.

    Thanks to Needham (Mass.) upsetting previously-ranked Longmeadow (Mass.) in the Division 1 state championship game to jump in at No. 22, Archbishop Carroll (Pa.), the PIAA 3A champion, moved up two spots, while Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.) dropped just one.

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    National Top 25

     
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    1 McDonogh (Md.) 22-0 1 Season complete (IAAM champion) 2 Garden City (N.Y.) 20-1 2 Season complete (Class B champion) 3 Glenelg (Md.) 20-0 3 Season complete (Maryland 3A/2A champion) 4 Notre Dame Prep (Md.) 19-3 4 Season complete (IAAM runner-up) 5 Mount Sinai (N.Y.) 18-2 5 Season complete (Class C champion) 6 Bridgewater-Raritan (N.J.) 22-1 6 Season complete (Group 4/TOC winner) 7 Ridgewood (N.J.) 21-1 7 Season complete 8 Bishop Ireton (Va.) 19-5 8 Season complete (WCAC/VISAA champion) 9 St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.) 27-2 9 Season complete (ISL Champion/VISAA runner-up) 10 Darien (Conn.) 20-3 10 Season complete (Class L champion) 11 Pittsford (N.Y.) 20-1 11 Season complete (Class A champion) 12 Middle Country (N.Y.) 18-4 12 Season complete (Class A runner-up) 13 Skaneateles (N.Y.) 18-4 13 Season complete (Class D champion) 14 Milton (Ga.) 17-4 14 Season complete (GHSA 6A/7A champion) 15 Loyola Academy (Ill.) 28-2 15 Season complete (state champion) 16 Oak Knoll (N.J.) 21-5 16 Season complete (NJSIAA Group 1 champion) 17 Summit (N.J.) 19-3 17 Season complete (NJSIAA Group 3 champion) 18 Moorestown (N.J.) 20-3 18 Season complete 19 Christian Brothers (N.Y.) 16-4 19 Season complete 20 Eastport-South Manor (N.Y.) 15-3 20 Season complete 21 Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) 24-1 23 Season complete (PIAA 3A champion) 22 Needham (Mass.) 23-3 NR Season complete (Division I champion) 23 Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.) 13-4 22 Season complete 24 Agnes Irwin (Pa.) 21-5 24 Season complete (PAISAA champion) 25 Fayetteville-Manlius (N.Y.) 17-4 25 Season complete (Class B runner-up)
    Also considered: Marriotts Ridge (Md.), West Genesee (N.Y.), Shoreham-Wading River (N.Y.), St. Anthony's (N.Y.), Ward Melville (N.Y.), Episcopal Academy (Pa.), Lawrenceville (N.J.), Brighton (N.Y.), Longmeadow (Mass.)
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    Northeast Top 10

    1. Garden City (N.Y.), 20-1

    The Trojans claimed their 14th state title in the past 22 years with a 16-8 win over Fayetteville-Manlius (N.Y.) in the Class B championship. Their lone loss was against nationally-ranked Moorestown (N.J.). Previous: 1

    2. Mount Sinai (N.Y.), 18-2

    The Mustangs topped Honeoye Falls-Lima (N.Y.), 15-4, to win their third straight Class C state title. They ended the season on a 15-game winning streak, following early losses to Shoreham-Wading River (N.Y.) and national No. 4 Notre Dame Prep (Md.) by a combined three goals. Previous: 2

    3. Darien (Conn.), 20-3

    The Blue Wave collected their fifth straight Class L state title with a 13-10 win over Wilton (Conn.). Their losses were to national No. 7 Ridgewood (N.J.), No. 2 Garden City and then-ranked Manhasset (N.Y.). Darien has won nine titles the past 10 years. Previous: 3

    4. Pittsford (N.Y.), 20-1

    Sophomore Ellie Mooney scored on a free-position shot just into the start of the second overtime to lift the Panthers to a 10-9 win over Middle Country (N.Y.) in the Class A final for the program’s first state title. Pittsford’s lone loss was to Brighton (N.Y.). Previous: 4

    5. Middle Country (N.Y.), 18-4

    The Wolverines scored two goals in the final minute of regulation to force overtime, but ultimately fell 10-9 in double overtime to Pittsford (N.Y.) in the Class A championship game. Three of their losses were to nationally-ranked opponents. Previous: 5

    6. Skaneateles (N.Y.), 18-4

    The Lakers closed the season with 15 straight wins, capped by a thrilling 12-11 overtime victory over Bronxville (N.Y.) in the Class D state final. Senior Kyla Sears (Princeton) scored her fifth goal with 23 seconds left in the second overtime to lift Skaneateles. Previous: 6

    7. Christian Brothers Academy (N.Y.), 16-4

    The Brothers didn’t get a chance to try to defend their state title after falling 9-7 to eventual champion Pittsford in the Class A semifinals. All four of their losses were against teams that are currently or have been ranked in the top 25 this season. Previous: 7

    8. Eastport-South Manor (N.Y.), 15-3

    E-SM’s season ended with a 12-6 loss to top-ranked Garden City in the Long Island Class B championship game. The Sharks led 6-5 at halftime, but were shut out in the second half. Kaitlyn Dowsett led E-SM with 34 goals and 41 assists this season. Previous: 8

    9. Needham (Mass.), 23-3

    The Rockets raced out to an early 4-1 lead and used strong team defense to secure an 8-5 win over previously-ranked Longmeadow (Mass.) in the Division 1 state championship game. Sarah Conley and Maeve Barker each finished with two goals and two assists for Needham, which topped Andover (Mass.), 18-8, in the state semifinals. Previous: NR

    10. Bayport-Blue Point (N.Y.), 13-4

    Bayport-Blue Point ended the season with a 9-6 loss to Mount Sinai in the Suffolk County Class C title game last month. Junior midfielder Cassidy Weeks led the Phantoms with 24 goals and 15 assists. Previous: 10

    — Will Cleveland

     

    Mid-Atlantic Top 10 (season complete)

    1. McDonogh (Md.), 22-0

    The Eagles’ unprecedented streak lives on as they finished an eighth straight perfect season with another IAAM title. They beat Notre Dame Prep (Md.), 12-9, in the final May 13 for their 177th consecutive win. Julia Hoffman (Maryland) posted a team-best 55 goals and Maddie Jenner (Duke) added 44 to go along with 165 draw controls. Previous: 1

    2. Glenelg (Md.), 20-0

    The Gladiators were perfect on the way to a repeat Maryland 3A/2A title, finishing with a comfortable win over C.M. Wright (Md.) in the championship May 23. Their résumé included a victory over IAAM power Notre Dame Prep (Md.) and two defeats of rival Marriotts Ridge (Md.). Glenelg put up 319 goals in 20 games this season with Alayna Pagnotta (Jacksonville) scoring a team-high 64 of them and Lindsay LeTellier (Davidson) assisting on 74. Previous: 2

    3. Notre Dame Prep (Md.), 19-3

    The Blazers pushed top-ranked McDonogh twice but couldn’t spring the upset. The second one was a 12-9 loss in the IAAM championship on May 13. Their only other setback came to Glenelg on April 15. Caitlynn Mossman (Boston College) stoked the offense with 46 goals and 46 assists, while goalie Lucy Lowe (Penn State) limited opponents to 6.7 goals per game. Previous: 3

    4. Bridgewater-Raritan (N.J.) 22-1

    Kirsten Murphy’s goal with one minute, 37 seconds left put the Panthers ahead for good in Saturday’s NJSIAA Tournament of Champions final against then-No. 12 Oak Knoll (N.J.). The senior attacker scored four times in the 7-6 win that gave Bridgewater-Raritan its first ToC title. Arielle Weisman made a pair of saves in the final minute to seal the narrow victory, which avenged its only loss of the season. Previous: 4

    5. Ridgewood (N.J.), 21-1

    The Maroons piled up as many impressive wins as anybody this spring, but their unbeaten run abruptly ended with a 10-9 loss to Bridgewater Raritan in the NJSIAA Group 4 semifinals on May 31. Chelsea Trattner (Stanford) and Alex Absey (Columbia) tied for the team lead with 61 goals apiece, while Hannah Cermack (Boston College) posted 47 goals and 44 assists for the most points. Previous: 5

    6. Bishop Ireton (Va.), 19-5

    The Cardinals earned WCAC and Virginia independent school titles, finishing the spring on a 13-game winning streak. They closed with their best victory, dropping St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Va.), 9-8 in overtime, on May 21. Madison Mote (Notre Dame) was the offensive catalyst, posting 24 goals and 68 assists for the season. Previous: 6

    7. St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Va.), 27-2

    The Saints started the spring with 15 straight wins and later claimed the ISL title, but they came up short in the Virginia independent school tournament. They lost 9-8 to Bishop Ireton in overtime on May 21. A high-scoring attack showed remarkable balance all season with Zoe Belodeau (Penn) leading the way with 115 goals and 55 assists. Previous: 7

    8. Oak Knoll (N.J.), 21-5

    The Royals finished their season Saturday with a 7-6 loss to then-national No. 6 Bridgewater-Raritan in the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions final. They had a couple of chances to tie in a thrilling final minute but couldn’t convert. Ali Baiocco (Stanford) scored once and closed her senior season with 104 goals. Oak Knoll knocked off then-No. 13 Summit, 11-9, on Wednesday to earn its spot in the final. Previous: 8

    9. Summit (N.J.), 19-3

    The Hilltoppers couldn’t land a repeat NJSIAA Tournament of Champions title. They won the Group 3 championship again but fell, 11-9, to then-No. 12 Oak Knoll in a ToC semifinal Wednesday. Summit scored the first four goals of the second half to take the lead before cooling off down the stretch. Helen Johnson (Stanford) and Anna Huntley-Robertson posted two goals apiece in the season-ending setback. Previous: 9

    10.  Moorestown (N.J.), 20-3

    The Quakers battled Summit into the final minute June 3 before falling, 9-8, in the NJSIAA Group 3 championship. Moorestown’s marquee victory in a strong spring came against New York power Garden City. Penn State-bound Quinn Nicolai provided a consistent spark with 60 goals and 28 assists. Previous: 10

    — Eric Detweiler

    Body Section Three: 

    South Top 10 (season complete)

    1. Milton (Ga.), 19-4

    Milton reclaimed the GHSA 6A/7A state championship with a convincing 13-4 win over Cambridge (Ga.). It is the 11th title overall for the Eagles, who finished as the state runner-up last year. Sophie Baez led the team with five goals. Milton reached the title game by handing North Gwinnett its second loss of the season. The Eagles scored the first 11 goals of the game in the 16-3 win, and Lexie Morton finished with five goals, all in the first half, while Hannah Demis added four scores.

    2. Hutchison (Tenn.), 20-1

    The Sting won their seventh consecutive TGLA championship, beating Harpeth Hall (Tenn.) 18-7. Griffin Gearhardt had five goals and two assists, and Elizabeth Farnsworth added four goals, three assists and seven draw controls. Janessa Mai scored three goals. The Sting advanced to the final with a 15-7 win over St. Mary’s in the semifinals. Gearhardt had six goals in that win.

    3. Bishop Moore (Fla.), 20-4

    The Hornets beat St. Thomas Aquinas in double overtime to claim their first FHSAA state title and complete their season. They had lost to STA earlier in the season.

    4. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla.), 18-2

    The Raiders were the Florida state runners-up after falling to Bishop Moore in the final to end a 16-game win streak. Their only other loss was against American Heritage-Delray (Fla.) in the third game of the season – one they avenged with an overtime win in the final stage before the state semifinals. 

    5. Cardinal Gibbons (N.C.), 19-2

    The Crusaders beat Myers Park (N.C.) 19-12 to win their second consecutive NCHSAA state championship. Elizabeth Wilson led with five goals, including two in the first five minutes when the Crusaders sprinted to a 5-0 lead. Myers Park rallied and kept it close, but never led. The Crusaders beat Broughton 20-3 in the semifinals to advance to the title game, as Jordan Lappin led with seven goals and an assist, Grace Nelson had four goals and Sarah Boney chipped in six groundballs and three interceptions. 

    6. American Heritage-Delray (Fla.), 19-1

    The Stallions suffered their only loss of the season in the third round of the Florida state playoffs, losing to St. Thomas Aquinas. Freshman Caitlyn Wurzburger finished the season with 101 goals and 117 assists. 

    7. Episcopal School of Dallas (Texas), 20-2

    The Eagles capped an impressive season by winning their first Texas state championship. They avenged their only in-state loss by beating Hockaday (Texas) in the final. 

    8. North Gwinnett (Ga.), 20-2

    The Bulldogs’ dream season ended with a 16-3 loss to top-ranked Milton in the GHSA 6A/7A semifinals. It was their first appearance in the state final four and their only other loss this year was a one-goal decision against Northview (Ga.). 

    9. Blessed Trinity (Ga.), 19-3

    The Titans beat Kell (Ga.) 11-9 to win their second consecutive GHSA 1-5A state championship. Mary Markwordt led the team with four goals and two assists, Elise Hammelrath added three goals and Mackenzie Driscoll had 12 saves. Blessed Trinity went up 2-0 and then 4-2, a lead they never surrendered even though Kell scored the final three goals of the game. 

    10. Barron Collier (Fla.), 20-2

    The Cougars’ season ended in the Florida state semifinals, but they took a huge step in getting to the Final Four. For the first time in program history, they beat perennial road block Vero Beach in the regional final. 

    — Aimee Ford Foster     

    Midwest Top 10

    1. Loyola Academy (Ill.), 28-2

    The Ramblers, led by senior Brennan Dwyer, won their ninth-straight state title by defeating New Trier (Ill.) 15-9 on June 2. Loyola’s only losses came against nationally-ranked St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.) and Ohio champion Upper Arlington. Dwyer finished the season with a state-leading 108 goals to go along with 60 assists, and teammate Madison Kane joined the 100-point club with 103 points this season. Previous: 1

    2. Upper Arlington (Ohio), 19-2

    The Golden Bears repeated as state champions, winning the Division I title with a 15-6 win over then-undefeated Massillon Jackson (Ohio) on June 3. Upper Arlington’s season was highlighted by a win over Loyola Academy (Ill.). Olivia Schildmeyer led the way with 50 goals and 28 assists this season. Previous: 2

    3. Rockford (Mich.), 20-2

    The Rams won their fifth straight state title on June 10 by defeating Birmingham Unified (Mich.) 17-7. Mekenzie Vander Molen stood out for Rockford, scoring 51 goals and adding 33 assists. Rockford’s state season was punctuated with a win over New Trier (Ill.). Previous: 3

    4. Eden Prairie (Minn.), 18-1

    Abby Johnson scored six goals and teammate Naomi Rogge tallied four in a 16-10 win over the Blake School on Saturday, as the Eagles collected their third straight Minnesota state title. Eden Prairie defeated Farmington (Minn.) 19-3 in the semifinals Thursday. Previous: 5

    5. Cathedral (Ind.), 17-1

    The Irish won their second state title in three years after defeating previously unbeaten Culver Academy (Ind.) by a 12-11 margin on June 3. Cathedral’s only loss came against Loveland (Ohio) on April 8 and the Irish also had notable wins against Zionsville (Ind.) and Noblesville (Ind.). Previous: 4

    6. Massillon Jackson (Ohio), 21-1

    The Polar Bears couldn’t complete a perfect season, as they were upended by defending champion Upper Arlington (Ohio) in the state final for a second straight year on June 3. A pair of wins over New Albany (Ohio) and a three-win trip to Georgia punctuated Jackson’s season. Julia Hartnett finished the year with 75 goals, and Liz Davide scored 44 goals and added 14 assists. Previous: 6

    7. New Trier (Ill.), 22-4 

    The Trevians finished as state runners-up after falling to Loyola Academy (Ill.) 15-9 in the final June 2. New Trier defeated in-state rival Hinsdale Central twice, including a 7-5 win in the state semifinals. Katherine Gjertsen led the way for New Trier in 2017 with 123 points. Previous: 7

    8. Hinsdale Central (Ill.), 16-6

    The Red Devils officially ended the season in third place in Illinois after defeating Glenbrook South (Ill.) 9-8 in the state’s consolation game June 2. Hinsdale won big interstate contests against Cranbrook Kingswood (Mich.) and Potomac School (D.C.). Anna Santulli (Stanford) scored 84 goals and added 36 assists this season. Previous: 8

    9. Culver Academy (Ind.), 17-1

    Despite a furious comeback, the Eagles lost in the state title game to Cathedral 12-11 on June 3. Culver played a mostly in-state schedule, but defeated Fenwick (Ill.) during its unbeaten regular season. Previous: 9 

    10. Hudson (Ohio), 16-3

    The Explorers’ season ended on May 27 with a loss to then-undefeated Massillon Jackson in the regional finals. Two of Hudson’s three losses came against Jackson, but the Explorers had notable wins over Revere (Ohio) and New Albany (Ohio). Previous: 10

    — Justin Boggs

    West Top 10 (season complete)

    1. Torrey Pines (Calif.), 23-0

    The Falcons beat Poway 15-5 to claim the CIF San Diego Section Open Division championship and cap their first perfect season. Kelly McKinnon led the team with more than 90 goals this season, as Torrey Pines led the San Diego area with 15.04 goals per game and a 9.38 average goal differential. Previous: 1 

    2. Novato (Calif.), 25-1

    The Hornets three-peated as North Coast Section Division 1 champions in impressive fashion, beating California High 22-10 in the final. Charlie Rudy (Colorado) had 160 goals for the season. Novato’s lone loss was a one-goal decision against Davis (Calif.), which it avenged en route to its title. Previous: 2 

    3. Colorado Academy (Colo.), 17-2

    The Mustangs collected their third straight state title Wednesday with an 8-5 win over Cherry Creek (Colo.). They went on a 4-0 run in the first half to distance themselves and held on, as Claire Wright (three goals) and Sloane Murphy (two goals and one assist) led the way with three points each. Bridget Sutter recorded 12 saves. Previous: 3 

    4. St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.) 10-6

    The Wildcats ended a tough season on a high note, cruising to a 14-6 win over former No. 5 California High (Calif.) on May 2. Three of their losses came against teams that have been nationally-ranked this season and two others were against the No. 2 and 3 teams in the West. St. Ignatius has no postseason, as the West Bay Athletic League disbanded for girls’ lacrosse and the Central Coast Section offers no tournament. Previous: 4

    5. California High (Calif.), 18-4

    The Grizzlies beat San Ramon Valley (Calif.) 20-11 in the North Coast Section Division I semifinals but couldn’t keep up with Novato in the final. Isabella McHugh led the team with 78 goals and 14 assists, and Marissa Leonardi added 72 goals and 17 assists. Previous: 5

    6. Lake Oswego (Ore.), 20-2

    The Lakers claimed their second straight title with a 13-3 win over Oregon Episcopal (Ore.) in the OGLA final. Lauren Gilbert finished the season with 97 goals and 40 assists to lead the team, which was perfect against in-state opponents. Previous: 6

    7. Cherry Creek (Colo.), 15-4

    The Bruins ended their season with an 8-5 loss to Colorado Academy in the state championship game for a third year in a row. Peal Schwartz and Emma Godfrey both scored two goals, but 10-time champion Cherry Creek came up short in its 20th straight finals appearance. Previous: 7

    8. Mater Dei (Calif.), 16-5

    After beating Foothill-Santa Ana (Calif.) 13-9 in the Orange County final, the Monarchs rolled to a 21-11 win over Redondo to repeat as CIF Southern Section champions. Grace Houser (California) led the team with 90 goals and 23 assists this season. Previous: 8

    9. Eastside Catholic (Wash.), 15-3

    The Crusaders avenged their two in-state losses in the Final Four to repeat as state champions. After beating Issaquah (Wash.) 15-11 in the semifinals, they topped previously unbeaten Bainbridge Island (Wash.), 16-11, in the championship. Previous: 9

    10. Menlo (Calif.), 17-2

    The Knights claimed the West Bay Athletic League Foothill Division tournament championship with an 8-3 win over Menlo-Atherton (Calif.) after knocking out Sacred Heart Prep (Calif.) 13-7 in the semifinals. Previous: 10

    — Laurel Pfahler

    Short Summary: 
    Needham (Mass.) upset previously-ranked Longmeadow (Mass.) in the Division 1 state championship game.
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    Photographer Main Image: 
    PHOTO BY MARY SCHWALM/BOSTON GLOBE
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    PHOTO BY JOHN AUTEY/PIONEER PRESS
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    Needham (Mass.) used strong team defense to secure an 8-5 win over previously-ranked Longmeadow (Mass.) in the Division 1 state championship game.
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    Eden Prairie earned its third straight Minnesota state title with a 16-10 win over the Blake School on Saturday.

    Source: US Lacrosse Magazine