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Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse
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The Spring 2013 Boys Varsity Lacrosse season will be getting onto the practice fields in a little over three months for both Nassau (Section VIII) and Suffolk (Section XI) Counties.

BOTC will be again be a key source of Long Island Varsity Lacrosse news, scores, discussions, and stories for the third consecutive year of coverage.

Please use this thread to discuss the Spring 2013 Season.

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The Nassau County Coaches Association has just launched their Spring 2013 League Seedings across all four conferences.

Conference 1

1. Syosset
2. Massapequa
3. Port Washington
4. Farmingdale
5. Oceanside
6. Hicksville
7. MacArthur
8. East Meadow
9. Plainview
10. Baldwin
11. Uniondale
12. Freeport
13. VS District
14. Hempstead

Conference 2

1. Garden City
2. Long Beach
3. Wantagh
4. South Side
5. JFK Bell
6. Carey
7. Roslyn
8. Calhoun
9. Elmont
10. New Hyde Park
11. Jericho
12. Mepham
13. Great Neck South
14. Herricks

Conference 3

1. Manhasset
2. Hewlett
3. Lynbrook
4. Levittown Div
5. Plainedge
6. North Shore
7. Bethpage
8. Floral Park
9. Sewanhaka
10. Malverne/ER
11. Great Neck North
12. Wheatley/CP
13. Glen Cove
14. Lawrence

Conference 4

1. Cold Spring Harbor
2. Friends Academy
3. Seaford
4. Locust Valley
5. Mineola
6. Oyster Bay
7. Clarke
8. Island Trees
9. West Hempstead
10. Roosevelt JV

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Every team in Conferences 1, 2, and 3 will have an eight game conference schedule and the top eight teams will make the playoff brackets. In Conference 4, there will also be an eight conference game schedule however only six teams will be part of the playoffs.

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Refreshing this thread as we are literally just a couple of weeks away from the start of the Spring 2013 High School Varsity season.

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2013 season soon under way....nassau conf 2...can any of the other teams beat gc ? Wantagh, south side ? Any thoughts...

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Watch out for Carey young but kids are good

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Don't know much about Carey this year. A lot of tough kids there so they could be a factor. Probably be GC and Wantagh on top again this year. Fan of both teams. GC always puts out some of the finest lax players around and will be tough to topple. GC is usually deep at every position. Wantagh should fair well ,good coaching , tough athletic kids will put them in a spot to make a run. They lost a bunch of last years starters so that could be a problem. I think they graduated their entire defense but given their history they will probably still have a strong D and their goalie is back from last year. South side and long beach complete the confrence and there will be some exciting games....

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Who is looking good in conference 1. Assume Massapequa and Syosset would tough but any sleepers out there or anyone else we should be looking out for?

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Baldwin is young team one for the future

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Baldwin is young team one for the future


Port Washington also. Goalie who took them to County Semis is a freshman. Also have a commit to Hopkins.

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Baldwin is young team one for the future


Port Washington also. Goalie who took them to County Semis is a freshman. Also have a commit to Hopkins.


Wait, let me get this straight...that means an 8th grader took a varsity team to the county semis last year? C'mon now. That has to be a first. How come he's not one of these diaper commits?

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Baldwin is young team one for the future


Port Washington also. Goalie who took them to County Semis is a freshman. Also have a commit to Hopkins.


My son played with the Port goalie on his summer team. Very good player, has a bright future if he keeps his head on straight.

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Baldwin is young team one for the future


Port Washington also. Goalie who took them to County Semis is a freshman. Also have a commit to Hopkins.


My son played with the Port goalie on his summer team. Very good player, has a bright future if he keeps his head on straight.


Yes, the Port Varsity starting goalie was in 8th grade last year.And yeas, Port made it to the County semis

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Baldwin is young team one for the future


Port Washington also. Goalie who took them to County Semis is a freshman. Also have a commit to Hopkins.


Wait, let me get this straight...that means an 8th grader took a varsity team to the county semis last year? C'mon now. That has to be a first. How come he's not one of these diaper commits?


I can't answer about someone elses kid.Can just inform that he was in 8th grade last year.

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Baldwin is young team one for the future


Port Washington also. Goalie who took them to County Semis is a freshman. Also have a commit to Hopkins.


Wait, let me get this straight...that means an 8th grader took a varsity team to the county semis last year? C'mon now. That has to be a first. How come he's not one of these diaper commits?


I can't answer about someone elses kid.Can just inform that he was in 8th grade last year.
So there were no goalies within 4 years older that were better? That's either a sad commentary about the state of Port Lax or this kid is the next Ghittleman.

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When Port Played Farmingdale last season it was an 8th grade goalie against a 9th grade goalie. Farmingdale put a freshman into the starting spot midway through the year last year.

It happens...

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If Port puts a D in front of their goalie they may compete with Syo and Pequa. The goalie is a natural.

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Hey Cage, when are you doing the Suffolk County rankings?

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Baldwin is young team one for the future


Port Washington also. Goalie who took them to County Semis is a freshman. Also have a commit to Hopkins.


Wait, let me get this straight...that means an 8th grader took a varsity team to the county semis last year? C'mon now. That has to be a first. How come he's not one of these diaper commits?


I can't answer about someone elses kid.Can just inform that he was in 8th grade last year.
So there were no goalies within 4 years older that were better? That's either a sad commentary about the state of Port Lax or this kid is the next Ghittleman.


or the coaches knew of him and didnt force an avg Attack to switch to goalie

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Baldwin is young team one for the future


Port Washington also. Goalie who took them to County Semis is a freshman. Also have a commit to Hopkins.


Wait, let me get this straight...that means an 8th grader took a varsity team to the county semis last year? C'mon now. That has to be a first. How come he's not one of these diaper commits?


I can't answer about someone elses kid.Can just inform that he was in 8th grade last year.
So there were no goalies within 4 years older that were better? That's either a sad commentary about the state of Port Lax or this kid is the next Ghittleman.


or the coaches knew of him and didnt force an avg Attack to switch to goalie


He's young and that good.

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Port has no depth. They lost their best player and are weak at midfield and defense. Massapequa is loaded and so is Syosset. Hicksville and Farmingdale are not even in the equation.

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Syosset had an 8th grade goalie take them to the county semi finals or finals against Port Washington a number of years ago. The kid went on to Start at Duke and was a D 1 All American. Dan Loftus

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Port has no depth. They lost their best player and are weak at midfield and defense. Massapequa is loaded and so is Syosset. Hicksville and Farmingdale are not even in the equation.


Set vs Slip...

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WOW!!

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Some interesting scrimmage and preseason action begins this week across Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

Wednesday, March 13th : St. Anthony's vs. Garden City (4:30pm)

Wednesday, March 13th : Syosset vs. West Islip (4:00pm)

Thurday, March 14th : West Islip vs. Garden City (4:00pm)

Saturday, March 16th : Delbarton vs. Garden City (11:00am)

Saturday, March 16th : Four way scrimmage between St. Anthony's, West Islip, Massapequa, and South Side.

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It's really not right when a player is pinpointed specifically down to every last detail shy of his or her name. The PW goalie did play on varsity last spring and he will continue again this spring as a freshman. He deserves to be there because he is amazing. This has nothing to do with the "state of Port lacrosse". Also, as to whether or not he "keeps his head on straight" has nothing to do with how well he plays and is really none of anyone's business. He happens to be my nephew and I think you all need to move on and talk about teams and NOT specific players. It's not right.........

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Wow! You are ridiculous.......

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I do not know this kid from Port but completely agree that it is not right to have a lengthy discussion about a particular kid, especially is something negative is said or inferred about him. We are talking about a 14 or 15 year old kid and there is no justification for an adult to be in a chat room making anonymous statements about the type of kid he is. It's actually pretty pathetic.

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this was meant to be directed at

"Port has no depth. They lost their best player and are weak at midfield and defense. Massapequa is loaded and so is Syosset. Hicksville and Farmingdale are not even in the equation"

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Wow! You are ridiculous.......

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I do not know this kid from Port but completely agree that it is not right to have a lengthy discussion about a particular kid, especially is something negative is said or inferred about him. We are talking about a 14 or 15 year old kid and there is no justification for an adult to be in a chat room making anonymous statements about the type of kid he is. It's actually pretty pathetic.
BOTC Moderators did not see the reference as being negative - in fact, we viewed this player as playing-up as a serious positive for the Port Washington program over the next several years. That said, let's end this line of discussion and get back to the upcoming boys scrimmages and the start of the regular season.

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Hey Cage, Where are theses games going to be held? I was looking on school web sites and cant find anything.

Thanks

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Hey Cage, Where are theses games going to be held? I was looking on school web sites and cant find anything.

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Hope that these additional details help everyone with their preseason Boys Varsity Lacrosse "fix".

Wednesday, March 13th : St. Anthony's vs. Garden City (4:30pm at St. Anthony's)

Wednesday, March 13th : Syosset vs. West Islip (4:00pm at West Islip)

Thurday, March 14th : West Islip vs. Garden City (4:00pm at Garden City)

Saturday, March 16th : Delbarton vs. Garden City (11:00am at Garden City)

Saturday, March 16th : Four way scrimmage between St. Anthony's, West Islip, Massapequa, and South Side.

Also, BOTC has learned that Chaminade will scrimmage Farmingdale, Syosset, and Don Bosco (NJ) this week however we do not have the scheduling details at this time.

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Suffolk (Section XI) preseason seedings for Class B and Class C High School Varsity programs.

1. Sayville
2. SWR
3. Comsewogue
4. ESM
5. Westhampton
6. Rocky Point
7. Miller Place
8. Huntington
9. Mt. Sinai
10. Elwood/J.Glenn
11. Bayport-Blue Point
12. Harborfields
13. Kings Park
14. Islip
15. Bellport

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Baldwin is young team one for the future


Port Washington also. Goalie who took them to County Semis is a freshman. Also have a commit to Hopkins.


Wait, let me get this straight...that means an 8th grader took a varsity team to the county semis last year? C'mon now. That has to be a first. How come he's not one of these diaper commits?


Yes he was an 8th grader and all conference!!! no lie he's that good.

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Baldwin is young team one for the future


Port Washington also. Goalie who took them to County Semis is a freshman. Also have a commit to Hopkins.


Wait, let me get this straight...that means an 8th grader took a varsity team to the county semis last year? C'mon now. That has to be a first. How come he's not one of these diaper commits?


I can't answer about someone elses kid.Can just inform that he was in 8th grade last year.
So there were no goalies within 4 years older that were better? That's either a sad commentary about the state of Port Lax or this kid is the next Ghittleman.


Not saying he's next Ghittleman but he's good. Out played a number of good goalies last year. Its no way an inference on what the state of Port lacrosse is. He earned his spot. Since he outplayed some other goalies whats the state of those programs.

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The Hill Academy out of Ontario (top 10 ranked) went down to the MD area and beat all comers:

Hill 21 - Calverton MD 5
Hill 18 - Archbishop Spalding MD 6
Hill 7 - Gonzaga DC 5

Anyone see The Hill this past fall dismantle some of the better Long Island high school teams?

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Baldwin is young team one for the future


Port Washington also. Goalie who took them to County Semis is a freshman. Also have a commit to Hopkins.


Wait, let me get this straight...that means an 8th grader took a varsity team to the county semis last year? C'mon now. That has to be a first. How come he's not one of these diaper commits?


I can't answer about someone elses kid.Can just inform that he was in 8th grade last year.
So there were no goalies within 4 years older that were better? That's either a sad commentary about the state of Port Lax or this kid is the next Ghittleman.


Not saying he's next Ghittleman but he's good. Out played a number of good goalies last year. Its no way an inference on what the state of Port lacrosse is. He earned his spot. Since he outplayed some other goalies whats the state of those programs.


Anybody know how Port looked against Manhasset yesterday? Big shoes to fill with Jake gone.

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Port won by a decent margin-and looked great

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any word on WI vs Syosset scrimmage

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I heard that Manhasset won by one or two. Port was up at half.
Both sides played a ton of different players. First scrimmage for both. Both coaches looking to check out what they have.

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