With the Virginia state tournaments still rolling along, here is The Post’s updated Top 10 boys lacrosse team in the region.
1. Landon (21-0) Last week: 1
Landon's undefeated season finished with a commanding win over Bullis in the Interstate Athletic Conference championship game.
2. Severna Park (20-0) LW: 2
Severna Park’s undefeated season hung in the balance against Churchill in Maryland’s 4A/3A final Wednesday, but the Falcons captured their second consecutive state title with a goal in the closing seconds.
3. Bullis (18-3) LW: 3
Bullis’ season won’t be defined by three losses to powerhouse programs — two to Landon and the third to McDonogh — but rather by sustained dominance throughout the spring.
4. St. John’s (11-5) LW: 4
Gonzaga had won seven straight Washington Catholic Athletic Conference titles before St. John’s snapped that streak on May 8.
5. Churchill (18-2) LW: 5
Churchill came within minutes of becoming the first Montgomery County team, boys or girls, to win a lacrosse state title last week. But the Bulldogs, who only lost to Landon and Severna Park all season, ultimately fell to Severna Park in the final moments of their season.
6. St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes (16-7) LW: 6
St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes won the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association championship, beating Norfolk Academy in the title game.
7. Gonzaga (14-7) LW: 7
Gonzaga’s played an extremely tough schedule and, despite falling just shy of an eighth consecutive league title, finished the spring with a handful of quality wins.
8. Georgetown Prep (14-6) LW: Bubble
Georgetown Prep extended their season with an appearance in the GEICO Lacrosse Nationals, and lost to Hill Academy in the final Tuesday night. The Little Hoyas reached the championship game with impressive wins over The Woodlands and IMG National.
9. Briar Woods (16-1) LW: 8
Briar Woods advanced to Virginia’s 5A North region final with a 22-6 win over Edison on Tuesday. The Falcons’ only loss of the season came to St. Anne’s-Belfield on April 8.
10. Northern (18-2) LW: 9
Northern ended its season as the first Southern Maryland Athletic Conference team, boys or girls, to win a state lacrosse championship after it beat Glenelg, 5-4, in Maryland’s 3A/2A final.
Dropped out: Paul VI (16-6) LW: 10
Records through Tuesday