By Mike Flanagan (@flano0) It's been a crazy and exciting last month of high school and prep lacrosse here in Massachusetts. Introducing lacrosse playoffs might have been the best decision the ISL  has ever made. Meanwhile, the MIAA continued to be a gauntlet of teams at the top beating up on one another. FINAL 2022 ISL RANKINGS Criteria: Head-to-head Strength of schedule Wins vs. common opponents Playoff wins 1. Nobles (15-4, 14-2) The Bulldogs outscored opponents 45-20 during the ISL playoffs. Chad Palumbo (Princeton) and Grayson McClements (Penn) were nearly unstoppable as this elite attack duo combined for 12 points (seven goals, five assists) in the cha

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