Northeast Shakes Up Nike/USA Lacrosse High School Boys' National Top 25

Tournament outcomes from the Northeast Region made for wholesale changes in the most recent Nike/USA Lacrosse High School Boys’ National Top 25.

Mount Sinai (N.Y.) fell for the first time for the only change in the top 10, and Manhasset (N.Y.) made a big jump as the first team to beat the Mustangs with a domino effect following it. Wilton (Conn.) needed overtime to get by Daniel Hand (Conn.), but the Warriors’ 11th win in their last 12 games propelled them into the rankings.

It’s the penultimate week of the high school rankings, and there was a shakeup at the top of the Northeast Region with Brunswick School (Conn.) making the move to No. 1 after Mt. Sinai (N.Y.) suffered an upset loss to Manhasset (N.Y.) in the Long Island Class C championship. The Indians worked their way back into the top 10 with that win, Baldwinsville (N.Y.) cracked the top 10 for the first time and with state titles on the line this week, there’s a lot up for grabs in the final rankings of the 2022 season.

The Mid-Atlantic Region did not see any changes this week. Only No. 10 St. Augustine remains in action among the top 10 teams with only New Jersey and Pennsylvania left to complete state tournament play after Salesianum (Del.), a team considered for rankings, won its state title last week. The South Region also did not change because all teams ended their seasons before last week.

In the Midwest, the top five teams stayed the same. Dublin Jerome (Ohio) knocked off Hudson (Ohio) in the state tournament to change the second-half rankings a bit. Hamilton Southeastern's second straight Indiana state championship also pushed them into the Top 10 of the region. Michigan and Minnesota teams still have state tournament games left to complete their seasons.

The West’s first nine teams remained the same, but Jesuit Portland (Ore.) joined the rankings. The Crusaders did so by virtue of capturing their first state championship to end the season with only one loss.

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Rankings are compiled by regional reporters and a national content coordinator and updated weekly (Tuesdays) throughout the season. Team records are as of June 5.


June 7, 2022




St. John's (D.C.)




Brunswick (Conn.)




Culver Academy (Ind.)




Darien (Conn.)




McDonogh (Md.)




St. Anthony's (N.Y.)




St. Mary's (Md.)




Calvert Hall (Md.)




Boys' Latin (Md.)




Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.)




Manhasset (N.Y.)




Mount Sinai (N.Y.)




Bullis (Md.)




Georgetown Prep (Md.)




Malvern Prep (Pa.)




Garden City (N.Y.)




Archbishop Spalding (Md.)




Northport (N.Y.)




Chaminade (N.Y.)




Baldwinsville (N.Y.)




St. Augustine (N.J.)




Shoreham-Wading River (N.Y.)




St. Stephen's & St. Agnes (Va.)




Wilton (Conn.)




Victor (N.Y.)



Also considered (alphabetical order):  Briarcliff (N.Y.), Delbarton (N.J.), Don Bosco (N.J.), Fairport (N.Y.), Gonzaga (D.C.), Haverford (Pa.), Iona Prep (N.Y.), La Salle (Pa.), Landon (Md.), Mountain Lakes (N.J.), Paul VI (Va.), Radnor (Pa.), Ridgefield (Conn.), Riverside (Va.), Salesianum (Del.), Seton Hall Prep (N.J.), Severn (Md.), Smithtown East (N.Y.), Smithtown West (N.Y.), St. Paul's School for Boys (Md.), Staples (Conn.)

Nike/USA Lacrosse High School Rankings
National Boys' Top 25 | National Girls' Top 25
Northeast Boys' Top 10 | Northeast Girls' Top 10
Mid-Atlantic Boys' Top 10 | Mid-Atlantic Girls' Top 10
South Boys' Top 10
| South Girls' Top 10
Midwest Boys' Top 10
| Midwest Girls' Top 10
West Boys' Top 10
| West Girls' Top 10


1. Brunswick School (Conn.), 15-1

Brunswick’s most complete game of the season turned out to be its last, a 12-6 win over Lawrenceville (N.J.) as the Bruins captured the inaugural Prep Nationals. Tomas Delgado had three goals, Henry Caponiti had two goals and two assists, Payton Anderson had two goals and one assist, Hudson Hausmann had two goals and Andrew Greenspan was 14-of-20 on faceoffs and scooped up five ground balls in the win. Previous: 2

2. Darien (Conn.), 19-2

Matt Minicus had three goals and eight assists, Brady Pokorny had six goals, Joe Cesare netted a hat trick and had an assist and Finn Pokorny had two goals and one assist for the Blue Wave in a 16-4 win over Greenwich (Conn.) in the CIAC Class L quarterfinals June 4. Top-seeded Darien meets No. 5 Fairfield Prep in the semifinals June 8. A year ago, Fairfield Prep upset the Blue Wave in the quarterfinals. Previous: 3

3. St. Anthony’s (N.Y.), 14-2

Jackson Greene scored two goals, including the overtime winner, Jack Speidell and Owen Duffy had three goals and one assist apiece and Jack Ponzio had one goal and two assists as the Friars defeated rival Chaminade, 10-9, to win the NSCHSAA Class AAA title and complete a three-game sweep in the season series for the first time since 2016. Previous: 4

4. Cold Spring Harbor (N.Y.), 16-1

Max Hawkinson was a dominant force to help lead Cold Spring Harbor to a 9-3 win over Port Jefferson (N.Y.) in the Long Island Class D championship game. He scored a hat trick, won 13-of-14 faceoffs and had eight ground balls. Luke Giarraputo had two goals and one assist and C.J. Reilly had a pair of goals as the Seahawks captured their fifth Long Island championship. Previous: 6

5. Manhasset (N.Y.), 15-4

The Indians avenged last season’s one-goal loss to Mt. Sinai in the Long Island Class C championship game by beating the Mustangs 12-7 in the rematch June 4 at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium. They closed the game out by keeping the ball for 8:47 in the fourth quarter, scoring four times to ice it. Jack Petersen had three goals and two assists, Liam Connor struck for three goals, Matt Perfetto had two goals and two assists and Joey Terenzi had one goal and two assists as Manhasset won its 15th Long Island title. Previous: NR

6. Mt. Sinai (N.Y.), 18-1

After breaking the Long Island scoring record in the Suffolk Class C championship game, Joey Spallina had a goal and five assists, Cole Marsala had a pair of goals and James Carretta had one goal and one assist in a 12-7 loss to Manhasset (N.Y.) in the Long Island ‘C’ title tilt. The Mustangs’ lone loss of the season proved to be their last. Previous: 1

7. Garden City (N.Y.), 17-2

Only Ward Melville (N.Y.) has won more Long Island titles than Garden City, which lifted the hardware for the 18th time in program history by beating Comsewogue (N.Y.) 9-6 in the Class B championship game. Henry Gibbons scored a hat trick, Luke Schmitt struck for a pair of goals, Mike Fargione had one goal and two assists and Cole Webber had three caused turnovers for the Trojans. Previous: 7

8. Northport (N.Y.), 19-1

Northport made it back-to-back Long Island Class A championships, defeating Port Washington (N.Y.) 13-9 on June 4. Tim Kirchner and William Murphy had three goals and one assist apiece, Jack Helrigel scored a pair of goals, Michael Meyer had a goal and three assists and Tyler Kuprianchik won 19-of-25 faceoffs to pace a Tigers team that has won 19 games in a row since opening the season with a loss at Mt. Sinai (N.Y.). Previous: 9

9. Chaminade (N.Y.), 12-5

The Flyers finished their season strong after a slow start, but came up just short against rival St. Anthony’s (N.Y.), losing 10-9 in overtime in the NSCHSAA Class AAA final. Charles Balsamo had five goals in the loss for Chaminade. Four of the Flyers’ five losses were by a combined six goals, including a pair of one-goal defeats to St. Anthony’s. Previous: 8

10. Baldwinsville (N.Y.), 17-1

Baldwinsville booked its spot in the New York State Class A semifinals by beating Corning-Painted Post (N.Y.) 13-2 on June 4. Ryan Quinn had three goals and one assist, Colin Doyle had two goals and two assists, Keegan Lynch had one goal and five assists, Carson Dyl had a pair of goals and Jacob Czyz won 15-of-17 faceoffs for the Bees. Previous: NR

—​ Dylan Butler


1. St. John’s College High (D.C.), 19-0

The Cadets earned their first WCAC championship since 2017 with a 15-11 win over Gonzaga (D.C.). St. John’s more than tripled their opponents this season in scoring, 310-98, while playing a competitive schedule. Caleb Fyock allowed more than five goals only three times all year in goal. Ryan Duenkel led the team with 79 points on 51 goals, 28 assists. Mac Haley scored 49 goals to go with 25 assists, Gavin Kelly was third on the team with 44 goals and 24 assists, and Luke Rhoa had 35 goals and 10 assists. Previous: 1

2. McDonogh (Md.), 13-6

The fifth-seeded Eagles knocked off three straight higher seeded opponents to win the MIAA A Conference championship for the first time since 2016. McDonogh finished off St. Mary’s (Md.) in the title game, 14-8 to avenge one of their regular-season losses. McDonogh reached the finals with an incredibly thrilling 11-10 win over defending champion Boys’ Latin on a goal at the buzzer by Brendan Millon. McCabe Millon paced the attack with 78 points on 50 goals and 28 assists, Luke Miller scored 31 goals to go with 16 assists, and Matt McMillen posted 30 points on 21 goals and nine assists. Previous: 2

3. St. Mary’s (Md.) 17-3

The Saints battled back from an early 5-0 hole but never overcame the slow start in a 14-8 loss to McDonogh (Md.) in the MIAA A Conference final. St. Mary’s won their first 15 games this season. LSM George Acton caused 35 turnovers and had 65 ground balls, Riley Reese had 21 caused turnovers and 44 ground balls, Zack Overend saved 62 percent of shots and allowed just 6 goals per game, while the offense was balanced with Nick Golini (40G, 23A), Will Hopkins (40G, 13A) and Jake Adams (37G, 8A). Previous: 3

4. Calvert Hall (Md.), 15-5

The third-seeded Cardinals fell to second-seeded St. Mary’s (Md.) 12-9 in the MIAA A Conference semifinals. Calvert Hall came on strong over the final weeks of the season to jump from possibly missing the playoffs to the third seed in just over two week’s time. Truitt Sunderland returned from an early season injury a year ago to lead the offense with 48 goals and 47 assists, Jordan Wray had 45 goals and 19 assists and Davis Provost had 36 goals and 18 assists. Shuey Kelly’s return from injury to post 51 points in 11 games ignited a six-game winning streak. Previous: 4

5. Boys’ Latin (Md.), 13-4

The Lakers fell to McDonogh (Md.) in the MIAA A Conference semifinals 11-10 on a last-second goal. It was a heartbreaking ending for the defending champions, who led by a pair of goals with 6:34 left in the game. Boys’ Latin had earned the top seed for the playoffs with a steady season that included a win over Midwest No. 1 Culver Academy (Ind.) as well. Dom Pietramala paced the attack with 53 goals and 35 assists, Spencer Ford had 30 goals and 21 assists and Nick Brown had 26 goals and 16 assists. Cardin Stoller made 222 saves with a 67 percent save percentage. Previous: 5

6. Bullis (Md.) 15-5

Bullis concluded its season with a 13-10 loss to Salisbury (Conn.) in the semifinals of the fifth annual Geico High School Lacrosse Nationals at Catholic University. Chase Band had a monster performance with six goals to lead the offense, which returns in its entirety next year. Band paced the Bulldogs this season with 59 goals, and finished with a second-best 15 assists. Tucker Wade finished with 92 points on an evenly split 46 goals and 46 assists. Brayden Ferguson made 126 saves this season, stopping just over 50 percent of all shots. Previous: 6

7. Georgetown Prep (Md.), 14-6

The defending champion Hoyas fell to top-seeded Bullis in the IAC final. Georgetown made it far closer than their meeting 10 days earlier when Bullis won by five goals. The Hoyas got two shots off in the final 25 seconds but could not score a tying goal. Previous: 7

8. Malvern Prep (Pa.), 20-3

AJ Nikolic’s goal in overtime gave the Friars their fourth straight Inter-Ac League championship title with an 11-10 win over Haverford (Pa.). Joe Doherty made 15 saves including one to end a man-down situation at the start of overtime. Malvern benefited from a strong non-conference schedule that saw them fall in overtime to Georgetown (Md.) and drop a game to Lawrenceville (N.J.), but top Bullis (Md.) and New Jersey powers Delbarton (N.J.) and Seton Hall Prep (N.J.) along with Delaware’s state champion, Salesianum (Del.). Previous: 8

9. Archbishop Spalding (Md.), 12-5

The fourth-seeded Cavaliers lost to eventual champion McDonogh (Md.) in the MIAA A Conference quarterfinals. Spalding won four of its final six games. Mikey Weisshaar scored 68 goals, added 27 assists and came up with 37 ground balls. Alex Ross caused 32 turnovers and had 46 ground balls, and Race Ripley had 68 points on 44 goals and 24 assists. Previous: 9

10. St. Augustine (N.J.), 16-1

The Hermits won their first Non-Public, Group A championship, 6-5, over Delbarton (N.J.). Noah Plenn scored the game-winner with just under 4:00 left. Cornell commit Billy Hughes scored twice and Aidan Peters made seven saves. St. Augustine entered the tournament seeded third. The Hermits are seeded second for the Tournament of Champions. They face third-seeded Mountain Lakes (N.J.) in the TOC semifinals June 8. Previous: 10

—​ Justin Feil



1. Dallas Jesuit (Texas), 14-2

The Rangers rallied to defeat Episcopal School of Dallas (Texas) 11-10 in the state title game May 8. Dallas Jesuit defended its 2021 title and earned the fourth crown in program history. Penn State recruit McAllister Hobbs led Dallas Jesuit with 59 goals while goalie Connor Knight had a .628 save percentage. Previous: 1

2. St. Andrew’s (Fla.), 20-3

The Scots earned their second-straight state championship, topping Benjamin (Fla.) 9-7 on May 7. Junior Jack Schulte, an Air Force recruit, led the team with 60 goals and 53 assists. Senior Nick Golubov picked up 118 ground balls and won 63% of draws. Previous: 2

3. St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla.), 16-3

The Raiders avenged their 2019 championship game loss to Ponte Vedra (Fla.) by defeating the Sharks 13-12 to win a state title. Senior Trace McDonald had a team-leading 76 points while head 38 goals. Previous: 3

4. Episcopal School of Dallas (Texas), 20-4

The Eagles gave up a three-goal lead to Dallas Jesuit (Texas), falling in the state championship 11-10 on May 8. ESD’s season was highlighted with multiple wins over Westlake (Texas), Lake Mary (Fla.) and Valor Christian (Colo.). Previous: 4

5. Lovett (Ga.), 23-0

It was a perfect season for the Lions. Lovett went from a losing campaign a year ago to a 23-0 season after defeating Westminster (Ga.) 14-7 on May 14 to claim a state title. William Overly and Mason Ball each scored four times in the championship.  Lovett also beat Starr’s Mill (Ga.) 11-6 en route to the championship game. Previous: 5

6. Middle Creek (N.C.), 21-2

The Mustangs waited nearly the entire state championship to get their leading scorer a goal. With just 10 seconds remaining in regulation, Tate Jones scored the game-winner giving Middle Creek a 9-8 win over Weddington (N.C.) in the state championship. Collin Patrick scored once but added four assists in the state championship win. Earlier in the week, Middle Creek rallied from a halftime deficit to defeat Cardinal Gibbons (N.C.) 10-8 in the semifinal. Patrick scored twice for Middle Creek. Previous: 6

7. Westlake (Texas), 13-4

The Chapperals closed out their season with a heartbreaking 13-12 overtime loss to Episcopal School of Dallas (Texas) in the semifinals. Westlake finished the season 13-2 against in-state competition, with both losses coming against ESD. Westlake will lose several key seniors, including Ethan Burke who is committed to Texas football and Michigan recruit Carter Barksdale. Previous: 7

8. Benjamin (Fla.), 18-4

After starting the season off with a loss to St. Andrew’s (Fla.), the Buccaneers were unable to get revenge against the Scots in the state championship on May 7. Benjamin’s season was highlighted with wins over St. Edward’s (Fla.) and Jupiter (Fla.). Tufts University recruit Jack Regnery led in scoring with 54 tallies while junior Brady Quinn had a team-leading 52 assists. Previous: 8

9. Holly Springs (N.C.), 16-3

The Golden Hawks fell in the round of 16 to Middle Creek (N.C.) 17-7 last week. Holly Springs’ only two in-state losses were against the Mustangs. Holly Springs was led by Wade Watson, who scored 56 goals during the season, but was held to one tally against Middle Creek. Previous: 9

10. Plant (Fla.), 18-3

The Panthers’ season ended in the state semifinals in back-to-back seasons with a 12-10 loss to St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla.). Plant has yet to win a state title. Junior Turner Ashby, an Air Force recruit, had a team-leading 45 goals and 34 assists. Previous: 10

—​ Justin Boggs


1. Culver Academy (Ind.), 19-2

The Eagles’ impressive 2022 campaign included wins over McDonogh (Md.) and St. Ignatius (Ohio) and two victories apiece against Hill Academy (Ont.) and Western Reserve Academy (Ohio). Even their two losses were impressive, as Culver fell by a single goal to Boys Latin (Md.) and Gonzaga (D.C.). Previous: 1

2. Upper Arlington (Ohio), 22-1

The Golden Bears avenged last year’s state title game loss to Dublin Jerome (Ohio) with a 12-10 triumph over the Celtics in this year’s championship game. Leo Caine scored four goals and Tommy Janowicz also tallied a hat trick to help UA capture its first state title since 2016, with the two teaming up on a pair of goals in a 26-second span to break a tie at nine midway through the fourth quarter. Previous: 2

3. Loyola Academy (Ill.), 21-3

The Ramblers’ defense came through at states, holding Wheaton Academy (Ill.) and Lake Forest (Ill.) to five goals apiece in the semifinals and title game, respectively. In a testament to the growing parity of Land of Lincoln lacrosse, Loyola Academy’s last four wins all came by six goals or fewer, including a 6-5 thriller against the Scouts to win the championship. Previous: 3

4. MICDS (Mo.), 18-1

The state champion Rams’ lone loss of the season came to Buckeye State champion Upper Arlington (Ohio). George Herron saved 62.9 percent of the shots that came his way, Harry Kohler and Tyler Peterson each tallied 50-plus ground balls and Landon Gelven, Mark Mintzlaff and Bjorn Sjogren all notched at least 70 points for MICDS. Previous: 4

5. Forest Hills Central (Mich.), 19-0

The undefeated Rangers are off to the state semifinals to face off against Grand Rapids Central Catholic Central (Mich.). As good as John Tomsheck and Jonah McConnell have been on the attack, it’s worth noting how good the back end has been led by defender John Foster and keeper Crandall Quinn as FHC has allowed 29 goals in its last six games, including holding a strong Detroit Catholic Central (Mich.) team to six. Previous: 5

6. St. Xavier (Ky.), 21-3

The Tigers’ 21-win campaign included an incredible amount of goals: 430 (or 18 per game). St. Xavier’s lone losses came to two of the best teams in the country – Culver (Ind.) and Western Reserve Academy (Ohio), as well as an overtime loss to Norfolk Academy (Va.). Previous: 7

7. Dublin Jerome (Ohio), 19-3

The Celtics dropped a tight state title game to Upper Arlington (Ohio) despite five goals from their Everhart duo, three from Preston and two from Chase, and 14 saves from Brady White. Unfortunately for Dublin Jerome, star Marek Tzagournis was hurt just after halftime in the state championship contest against UA. Previous: 8

8. Hudson (Ohio), 15-7

Before the Explorers’ season came to an end against Dublin Jerome (Ohio) in the state semifinals, Jack Jenkins had topped 125 points and Alec Dickens also reached the 100-point threshold while Griffin Liedel was at 133 ground balls. Dickens and Jenkins were especially impressive in Hudson’s regional title game victory over St. Ignatius, notching a combined 13 goals. Previous: 6

9. Hamilton Southeastern (Ind.), 15-6

The Royals wrapped up their second straight state title in impressive fashion with a 17-7 victory over Cathedral (Ind.). It was actually a tight game at halftime (with HSE leading 7-6) before the Royals took over with a 10-1 second half. While its defense clamped down, HSE's attack was hard to stop, with Ohio Wesleyan commit Garrett Smith's seven-point performance leading the way. Michael Mattaliano added five points and Blaine Wertz notched a hat trick and helped out with faceoffs as well. Previous: NR

10. Benilde-St. Margaret’s (Minn.) 14-0

The Red Devils put forth yet another dominant performance with a 23-1 Section 5 quarterfinal victory over Hopkins (Minn.). Previous: 10

—​ Jonah Rosenblum


1. Corona del Mar (Calif.), 19-3

The Sea Kings avenged two of their three regular-season losses in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 final four to claim their first championship. After taking out top-ranked Mater Dei (Calif.), 9-5, in the semifinals, CdM used a five-goal fourth quarter offensive burst to down Foothill-Santa Ana (Calif.) 10-4 in the final. Previous: 1

2. Mater Dei (Calif.), 17-4

The Monarchs’ season ended in the CIF Southern Section semifinals for a second straight year. They lost 9-5 to eventual champion Corona del Mar (Calif.), despite junior Lucas de la Paz winning 14 of 16 faceoff and senior goalie Nick Colignon registering 10 saves. Mater Dei had beaten CdM during the regular season and also had a victory over runner-up Foothill-Santa Ana (Calif.). Previous: 2

3. Foothill-Santa Ana (Calif.), 19-5

Foothill fell in the CIF Southern Section Division I championship game for a second straight year, unable to repeat a narrow regular-season victory against Corona del Mar (Calif.). The Knights had advanced to the final with a 10-8 win over St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.) in the semifinals. Previous: 3

4. St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.), 19-2

The Tartans won 20 of 22 faceoffs in their CIF Southern Section semifinal but couldn’t finish enough opportunities in the attack and fell 10-8 to Foothill-Santa Ana (Calif.). The Tartans’ lone regular-season loss was an overtime defeat against fellow semifinalist Mater Dei (Calif.). Previous: 4

5. Corner Canyon (Utah), 19-1

The Chargers beat American Fork (Utah) 15-10 to claim its second straight UHSAA Class 6A championship. Corner Canyon jumped out to a 9-1 lead in the first period and held on for the win, despite American Fork outscoring the Chargers the rest of the way. Previous: 5

6. Torrey Pines (Calif.), 14-7

The Falcons beat Bishops School (Calif.) 10-5 to repeat as CIF San Diego Open champions. They needed a game-winner in overtime to advance in the semifinals, and sophomore Blake Washburn came through for a 12-11 win over La Costa Canyon (Calif.). Torrey Pines had a notable win over St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.), while two of its losses were in overtime against top teams in Texas and four were against the West’s top 4. Previous: 6

7. St. Ignatius Prep (Calif.), 18-4

The top-seeded Wildcats claimed their first CIF Central Coast Section title with a 19-13 win over Sacred Heart Prep (Calif.) in the final. St. Ignatius beat Menlo-Atherton (Calif.) 20-8 in the semifinals and had notable wins over Foothill and Mercer Island (Wash.) earlier this season. The Wildcats played two competitive games against New York powers St. Anthony’s and Chaminade in April. Previous: 7

8. Arapahoe (Colo.), 14-5

The Warriors surged in the second half of the season to finish with eight straight wins, including an 8-5 victory over Mountain Vista (Colo.) to collect their first state title since 2013. Arapahoe opened the season 6-5 but found a groove with confidence-boosting wins over former No. 5 Regis Jesuit (Colo.) and Mountain Vista (Colo.) in back-to-back games in early May. Previous: 8

9. Brophy Prep (Ariz.), 21-2

The Broncos claimed the Arizona state title with an 11-8 win over Desert Vista (Ariz.), as they went unbeaten against in-state competition. Their lone losses were against Mater Dei (Calif.) by one and Palo Verde (Nevada) in overtime. Previous: 9

10. Jesuit Portland (Ore.), 22-1

Ben Wimmer scored four goals and assisted three others and Bennett Smith added four goals and two assists, as the Crusaders won their first Oregon High School Lacrosse Association state championship with a 17-9 win over Lakeridge (Ore.) in the championship game June 4. Lakeridge beat Jesuit in the “Metro Championship” game in 2021 when metro-area schools participated in their own postseason tournament because there was no state championship. Previous: NR

—​ Laurel Pfahler


Northeast: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont

Mid-Atlantic: Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington D.C., West Virginia

South: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas

Midwest: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin

West: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming