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Why is a 11-4 team like PM ranked 10th and 7-7 & 8-6 teams ranked above them?
Gunna kick sum butt in the playoffs!
Sorry now that U left 4 comsquogue? LMFAO!!

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Why is a 11-4 team like PM ranked 10th and 7-7 & 8-6 teams ranked above them?
Gunna kick sum butt in the playoffs!
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Compare these numbers.

For Patchogue-Medford : 18, 6, 25, 24, 15, 16, 20, 14, 21, 12, 19, 8, 22, 23

For Sachem East : 1, 5, 17, 6, 19, 7, 15, 13, 4, 23, 3, 16, 2, 11

These are the positions against which each team's opponents finished in Division I (Class A). Patchogue-Medford took seven of their wins against the bottom eight teams in the league including a loss to Commack. Meanwhile, Sachem East played six of the top seven finishing teams in the league this season.

It is clearly strength of schedule.

As for common opponents, both played Middle Country and William Floyd. Patchogue-Medford defeated Middle Country, 6-3, and William Floyd, 13-5. Meanwhile, Sachem East defeated Middle Country, 12-5, and William Floyd, 11-10.

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Farmingdale won 6-5


So did Pequa 16-10 so that is next weeks match up.

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Farmingdale won 6-5


So did Pequa 16-10 so that is next weeks match up.


The Chiefs let Easy Meadow hang around for a long time, East Meadow played their hearts out - I still think that Massapequa wins the chance to lose to WM but they will need to play better to beat the Dalers'

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Suffolk (Section XI) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Final 2013 Regular Season Standings


Team Name League Record Overall Record Total Points
DIV I (contest details)
Ward Melville 14-0-0 16-0-0 189.270
Smithtown West 12-2-0 14-2-0 169.270
Northport 12-2-0 13-2-0 167.840
Smithtown East 11-3-0 12-3-0 156.420
West Islip 10-4-0 11-5-0 148.550
Bay Shore 8-6-0 10-6-0 129.990
Sachem North 8-6-0 9-7-0 125.690
Connetquot 9-5-0 10-6-0 125.190
Sachem East 7-7-0 7-9-0 119.260
Patchogue-Medford 10-4-0 11-4-0 117.330
H H Hills West 8-6-0 9-7-0 116.600
Lindenhurst 9-5-0 11-5-0 115.900
Riverhead 8-6-0 10-6-0 111.600
Walt Whitman 6-8-0 8-8-0 103.050
East Islip 8-6-0 9-7-0 98.750
Middle Country 7-7-0 7-9-0 94.460
Hauppauge 5-9-0 7-9-0 94.260
H H Hills East 3-11-0 5-11-0 78.560
William Floyd 4-10-0 4-12-0 71.600
Longwood 5-9-0 5-11-0 67.330
Commack HS 4-10-0 4-11-0 62.330
West Babylon 3-11-0 3-13-0 60.900
North Babylon 3-11-0 4-12-0 52.320
Copiague 1-13-0 2-14-0 30.180
Brentwood 0-14-0 0-16-0 20.900
 
DIV II (contest details)
Shoreham WR 14-0-0 15-1-0 195.010
Comsewogue 13-1-0 15-1-0 179.300
Huntington 12-2-0 13-3-0 165.000
Westhampton 10-4-0 12-4-0 146.440
Eastport/SManor 9-5-0 10-6-0 142.150
Miller Place 9-5-0 11-5-0 132.350
Sayville 8-6-0 9-6-0 132.160
Babylon 10-4-0 10-6-0 125.920
Bayport-Blue Pt 9-5-0 11-5-0 123.780
Islip 9-5-0 10-6-0 117.340
Kings Park 7-7-0 9-7-0 99.490
Elwood/J Glenn 6-8-0 7-9-0 98.770
Rocky Point 5-9-0 6-10-0 98.580
Mt. Sinai 6-8-0 8-8-0 94.490
Harborfields 6-8-0 6-10-0 93.060
Bellport 6-8-0 7-9-0 86.630
EH/BH/PIER 5-9-0 5-11-0 77.350
Matt/Gpt/Shld 4-10-0 6-10-0 60.920
Center Moriches 3-11-0 4-11-0 50.920
Deer Park 2-12-0 3-13-0 42.350
Hampton Bays 1-13-0 1-14-0 31.640
McGann-Mercy 0-14-0 1-14-0 19.500

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Wednesday, May 15th Results

Nassau County Class A Playoffs

Port Washington (3) over Plainview JFK (6), 11-2

Nassau County Class C Playoffs

Locust Valley (6) upsets Seaford (3), 11-7

Highlights

Locust Valley 11, Seaford 7: Freshman twins Joe and Mike Madsen combined for six goals in the Class C Quarterfinal win over (3) Seaford. Joe scored four goals and Mike scored two. Louie Jokinsky and C.J Paniccia each added two goals in the win. (6) Locust Valley (6-10) will face (2) Friends Acamdemy in the Class C semifinals on May 22 at 5:30pm at Hofstra.

Suffolk Boys Class A kicks off on Thursday, May 16th.

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Thursday, May 16th Results

Nassau County Class A Playoffs

Syosset (2) over MacArthur (7), 5-4, 3OT (May 15th, Late)

Nassau County Class B Playoffs

Long Beach over Lynbrook, 8-4
Garden City over Hewlett, 12-3

Suffolk County Class A Playoffs

Connetquot (8) over Sachem East (9), 13-12, Overtime
West Islip (5) over Lindenhurst (12), 14-3
Bay Shore (6) over Half Hollow Hills West (11), 6-5
Smithtown East (4) over Riverhead (13), 12-5
Sachem North (7) over Patchogue-Medford (10), 17-3

CHSAA Playoffs

St. John the Baptist over Kellenberg, 7-6

Highlights

Syosset 5, MacArthur 4: Mac O'Keefe scored the game-winning goal, off an assist from Alex Concannon, with 3:15 left in the third overtime of (2) Syosset's Class A quarterfinal win over (7) MacArthur Wednesday. Alex Hatzopolous tied the game with 2:21 left in regulation. Syosset (11-4) will face (3) Port Washington in the semifinals on May 22 at Hofstra at 8 pm.

Connetquot 13, Sachem East 12: Tyler Rifice scored the game winner on an assist from Matthew Oehl (two goals, two assists) with 9.7 seconds remaining in overtime to lead No. 8 Connetquot (11-6) over No. 9 Sachem East in a Class A First Round playoff game. AJ Solomito (one goal, two assists) had tied the score at 12 for Sachem East with 4.4 seconds remaining in regulation. Mike Sclafani led Connetquot with five goals and Joe Scocco made 18 saves. Connetquot moves on to play No. 1 Ward Melville on Tuesday.

St. John the Baptist 7, Kellenberg 6: Tim Nowak scored the game-winner with four seconds left in the fourth quarter. Nick Annitto tied the game with 2:30 remaining. The Cougars scored four goals in the fourth quarter, climbing back from a 6-3 deficit. The win gives St. John the Baptist (6-3) an automatic birth in the NSCHSAA Class AA finals, scheduled for May 23 at 7:15pm at Hofstra.

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Friday, May 17th Results

Nassau County Class B Playoffs

North Shore (6) upsets Wantagh (3), 12-8

Suffolk County Class B Playoffs

Huntington (2) over Islip (7), 8-3
Miller Place (5) over Eastport-South Manor (4), 11-6
Sayville (6) over Westhampton (3), 11-7

Highlights

North Shore 12, Wantagh 8: Dan Grabher had three goals and two assists and won 21 out of 23 faceoffs to lead No. 6 North Shore (12-5) over No. 3 Wantagh in the quarterfinals of the Nassau Class B Playoffs. Billy Brennan played the second half and had seven saves with just three goals allowed. North Shore will the winner No. 2 Manhasset vs. No. 7 Carey in the semifinals on Wednesday at Hofstra at 3:30 p.m.

Huntington 8, Islip 3: Chris Schoen had three goals and Connor Birchard had three assists to lead No. 2 Huntington (14-3) over No. 7 Islip in the first round of the Suffolk Class B Playoffs. This is Huntington's 13th straight win according to coach Paul McDermott. Huntington will face No. 6 Sayville in the semifinals on Thursday at Huntington at 4 p.m.

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Upcoming Suffolk County Matches

These are the games remaining in Section XI Boys Lacrosse leading to the county championships.

Class A, Tuesday, May 21st

Ward Melville (1) vs. Connetquot (8)
Smithtown East (4) vs. West Islip (5)
Northport (3) vs. Bay Shore (6)
Smithtown West (2) vs. Sachem North (7)

Class B, Thursday, May 23rd

Comsewogue (1) vs. Miller Place (5)
Huntington (2) vs. Sayville (6)

Class C, Thursday, May 23rd

Shoreham-Wading River (1) vs. Glenn (4)
Babylon (2) vs. Bayport-Blue Point (3)

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These are the games remaining in Section VIII Boys Lacrosse leading to the county championships.

Class A, Tuesday, May 21st

Massapequa (1) vs. Farmingdale (4)

Class A, Wednesday, May 22nd

Syosset (2) vs. Port Washington (3)

Class B, Tuesday, May 21st

Garden City vs. Long Beach

Class B, Wednesday, May 22nd

Second Semi-Final to be Determined

Class C, Tuesday, May 21st

Cold Spring Harbor (1) vs. Mineola (4)

Class C, Wednesday, May 22nd

Friends Academy (2) vs. Locust Valley (6)

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CHSAA Playoffs

Kellenberg (2) over Holy Trinity (3), 14-5

Highlights

Kellenberg 14, Holy Trinity 5: Brendan Kavanaugh had three goals and three assists to lead No. 2 Kellenberg over No. 3 Holy Trinity in a CHSAA Class AA semifinals playoff game. Kellenberg will face No. 1 St. John the Baptist in the finals on Thursday at 7 p.m., at Hofstra. Kyle Quinn and Dylan Neville each scored three goals in the win.

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CHSAA Playoffs

Kellenberg (2) over Holy Trinity (3), 14-5

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Kellenberg 14, Holy Trinity 5: Brendan Kavanaugh had three goals and three assists to lead No. 2 Kellenberg over No. 3 Holy Trinity in a CHSAA Class AA semifinals playoff game. Kellenberg will face No. 1 St. John the Baptist in the finals on Thursday at 7 p.m., at Hofstra. Kyle Quinn and Dylan Neville each scored three goals in the win.


Any love for NJ High School lax? Best teams (not saying all or most teams) as good as the best on LI? Delbarton over Chaminade and St. Ants, Don Bosco beats St. Ants handily, Summit would compete very well as well.

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Any love for NJ High School lax? Best teams (not saying all or most teams) as good as the best on LI? Delbarton over Chaminade and St. Ants, Don Bosco beats St. Ants handily, Summit would compete very well as well.
Feel free to post daily playoff results from New Jersey. If sufficient interest exists, we can certainly start a new board here on BOTC to cater specifically to the New Jersey High School scene now and continue that into next season.

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Express and MC killiing ST Ants, The best talent not going to St Ants no more.Only money kids. Money only goes so far.

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That's because the best talent in the youngers grades feeding the HS are no longer on Express but 91.

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Express and MC killiing ST Ants, The best talent not going to St Ants no more.Only money kids. Money only goes so far.

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The game and talent is spreading.Parity in many areas and stronger youth programs is helping the game. Just as you see from the college level down,many great players playing all over. Its a game of anybody can win on any given day. The days of the elite year after year winners are over. The privates are also being faced with a weaker economy and more players staying in their home districts.

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That's because the best talent in the youngers grades feeding the HS are no longer on Express but 91.

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Express and MC killiing ST Ants, The best talent not going to St Ants no more.Only money kids. Money only goes so far.

This is a stupid,ignorant comment. No money at Chaminade,Delbarton,Garden City,DonBosco?

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That's because the best talent in the youngers grades feeding the HS are no longer on Express but 91.

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Express and MC killiing ST Ants, The best talent not going to St Ants no more.Only money kids. Money only goes so far.

This is a stupid,ignorant comment. No money at Chaminade,Delbarton,Garden City,DonBosco?


I think the point is that Express feeds St. A's, and a lot of people chose not to pay Express-like fees. Which might mean some better players (even those that can afford to pay Express but choose not to) play for other clubs (or just their towns), and end up playing in HS somewhere other than St. A's.

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Suffolk county playoffs tonight...some great games to watch!Good Luck to all and Congrats to all the seniors that will be moving on.

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Tuesday, May 21st Results

Nassau Class B Playoffs

Garden City over Long Beach, 13-3

Suffolk Class A Playoffs

Ward Melville (1) over Connetquot (8), 16-1
Smithtown West (2) over Sachem North (7), 13-8
Northport (3) over Bay Shore (6), 18-4
Smithtown East (4) over West Islip (5), 12-4

Highlights

Garden City 13, Long Beach 3: Justin Guterding had four goals and three assists, and Ed Blatz held Long Beach's top scorer J.T. Forkin to one goal (he averaged four per game) to lead Garden City over Long Beach in a Conference B semifinals playoff game. James Sullivan won all 11 faceoffs in the win. Garden City will face Manhasset or North Shore in the county finals on Tuesday, 3:30 at Hofstra.

No. 4 Smithtown East (15-3) beat No. 5 West Islip (12-6) in a Suffolk Class A quarterfinal. Smithtown East will play at No. 1 Ward Melville, Friday, in a semifinal game. Smithtown East makes its first trip to the county semifinals since 2007, according to coach Jason Lambert.

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Remaining Boys Section XI Matches for 2013

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 - Class B

Comsewogue (1) vs. Miller Place (5)
Huntington (2) vs. Sayville (6)
Winners at Stonybrook, May 29th, Section XI Championship, 5:00pm

Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 - Class C

Shoreham-Wading River (1) vs. Glenn (4)
Babylon (2) vs. Bayport-Blue Point (3)
Winners at Dowling, May 28th, Section XI Championship, 7:30pm

Friday, May 24th, 2013 - Class A

Ward Melville (1) vs. Smithtown East (4)
Smithtown West (2) vs. Northport (3)
Winners at Stonybrook, May 29th, Section XI Championship, 7:30pm

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Remaining Boys Section VIII Matches for 2013

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 - Class A

Syosset (2) vs. Port Washington (3)
Winner Faces Massapequa (1), May 28th, Section VIII Championship, 8:30pm

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 - Class B

Manhasset (2) vs. North Shore
Winner Faces Garden City (1), May 28th, Section VIII Championship, 3:30pm

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013 - Class C

Friends Academy (2) vs. Locust Valley (6)
Winner Faces Cold Spring Harbor (1), May 28th, Section VIII Championship, 6:00pm

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One survey has WM at #1
Another has Delbarton NJ as #1 and WM as #2


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Nassau Class B Playoffs

Manhasset over North Shore, 14-7

Nassau Class C Playoffs

Friends Academy over Locust Valley, 13-5

Highlights

Manhasset 14, North Shore 7: Manhasset will face Garden City in the county finals on Tuesday, 3:30, at Hofstra.

Friends Academy 13, Locust Valley 5: Jon Nierenberg had three goals and one assist to lead No. 2 Friends Academy over No. 6 Locust Valley in a Class C semifinal. Friends Academy (13-2) will face No. 1 Cold Spring Harbor Tuesday, 5:30, at Hofstra in the county final.

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Wednesday, May 22nd Results

Nassau Class B Playoffs

Manhasset over North Shore, 14-7

Nassau Class C Playoffs

Friends Academy over Locust Valley, 13-5

Highlights

Manhasset 14, North Shore 7: Manhasset will face Garden City in the county finals on Tuesday, 3:30, at Hofstra.

Friends Academy 13, Locust Valley 5: Jon Nierenberg had three goals and one assist to lead No. 2 Friends Academy over No. 6 Locust Valley in a Class C semifinal. Friends Academy (13-2) will face No. 1 Cold Spring Harbor Tuesday, 5:30, at Hofstra in the county final.


Port over Syosset 11-9

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Nassau Class B Playoffs

Manhasset over North Shore, 14-7

Nassau Class C Playoffs

Friends Academy over Locust Valley, 13-5

Highlights

Manhasset 14, North Shore 7: Manhasset will face Garden City in the county finals on Tuesday, 3:30, at Hofstra.

Friends Academy 13, Locust Valley 5: Jon Nierenberg had three goals and one assist to lead No. 2 Friends Academy over No. 6 Locust Valley in a Class C semifinal. Friends Academy (13-2) will face No. 1 Cold Spring Harbor Tuesday, 5:30, at Hofstra in the county final.


Port over Syosset 11-9


Wow how did that happen

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Wednesday, May 22nd Results

Nassau Class B Playoffs

Manhasset over North Shore, 14-7

Nassau Class C Playoffs

Friends Academy over Locust Valley, 13-5

Highlights

Manhasset 14, North Shore 7: Manhasset will face Garden City in the county finals on Tuesday, 3:30, at Hofstra.

Friends Academy 13, Locust Valley 5: Jon Nierenberg had three goals and one assist to lead No. 2 Friends Academy over No. 6 Locust Valley in a Class C semifinal. Friends Academy (13-2) will face No. 1 Cold Spring Harbor Tuesday, 5:30, at Hofstra in the county final.


Port over Syosset 11-9


Wow how did that happen


Port scored more goals then Syosset

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Wednesday, May 22nd Results

Nassau Class B Playoffs

Manhasset over North Shore, 14-7

Nassau Class C Playoffs

Friends Academy over Locust Valley, 13-5

Highlights

Manhasset 14, North Shore 7: Manhasset will face Garden City in the county finals on Tuesday, 3:30, at Hofstra.

Friends Academy 13, Locust Valley 5: Jon Nierenberg had three goals and one assist to lead No. 2 Friends Academy over No. 6 Locust Valley in a Class C semifinal. Friends Academy (13-2) will face No. 1 Cold Spring Harbor Tuesday, 5:30, at Hofstra in the county final.


Port over Syosset 11-9


Wow how did that happen


Port scored more goals then Syosset


and did it with class

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A complete outsider here but is a 3 seed beating a 2 seed really that big of an upset? Was there that big of a dropoff between 1 and 2 to 3 and 4. From looking at the class A 1-4 seemed like they are all good teams.

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St. A's / Chaminade game 3 today at 4:45 at Hofstra

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and did it with class


not sure what class had to do with it, Port played very well and Syo did not, Port was the better team, but they did not wear tuxedos or sip tea with a pinky protruded out so it seems like you are implying something and I am not sure what it is. Although one of the port coaches did a gesture with both hands pulling across the chest like Hulk Hogan, is that the class you are referring to?

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Section VIII (Nassau) Boys Championship Pairings

Class A

Tuesday, May 28th, Hofstra University, 8:30pm
Championship : Massapequa (1) vs. Port Washington (3)

Class B

Tuesday, May 28th, Hofstra University, 3:30pm
Championship : Garden City (1) vs. Manhasset (2)

Class C

Tuesday, May 28th, Hofstra University, 6:00pm
Championship : Cold Spring Harbor (1) vs. Friends Academy (2)

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and did it with class


not sure what class had to do with it, Port played very well and Syo did not, Port was the better team, but they did not wear tuxedos or sip tea with a pinky protruded out so it seems like you are implying something and I am not sure what it is. Although one of the port coaches did a gesture with both hands pulling across the chest like Hulk Hogan, is that the class you are referring to?


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and did it with class


not sure what class had to do with it, Port played very well and Syo did not, Port was the better team, but they did not wear tuxedos or sip tea with a pinky protruded out so it seems like you are implying something and I am not sure what it is. Although one of the port coaches did a gesture with both hands pulling across the chest like Hulk Hogan, is that the class you are referring to?


Probably referring to the multiple slash calls against Syosset in the last few minutes due to frustration.

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and did it with class


not sure what class had to do with it, Port played very well and Syo did not, Port was the better team, but they did not wear tuxedos or sip tea with a pinky protruded out so it seems like you are implying something and I am not sure what it is. Although one of the port coaches did a gesture with both hands pulling across the chest like Hulk Hogan, is that the class you are referring to?


bitter are you? what i meant is that Port played a clean game and "Syo" did not. They showed poor sportsmanship on the field and in the bleachers. so funny how you become so twisted and hot and bothered by 5 simple stated words. great imagination though.....

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and did it with class


not sure what class had to do with it, Port played very well and Syo did not, Port was the better team, but they did not wear tuxedos or sip tea with a pinky protruded out so it seems like you are implying something and I am not sure what it is. Although one of the port coaches did a gesture with both hands pulling across the chest like Hulk Hogan, is that the class you are referring to?


Petro is not easy going when it comes to goalies as we saw with this year's "open competition".


Don't lose sight of this fact: Regardless of how the lax works out, the kid is getting an education from Hopkins... In the end, that's really all that matters. They all stop playing at some point. Be respectful, wish the young man well.

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I saw both teams (Port and Syo) play this year. I thought Port was the better team overall, not by much, but better. However, I felt that Ports faceoff man gave them a clear advantage in terms of possesion.

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and did it with class


not sure what class had to do with it, Port played very well and Syo did not, Port was the better team, but they did not wear tuxedos or sip tea with a pinky protruded out so it seems like you are implying something and I am not sure what it is. Although one of the port coaches did a gesture with both hands pulling across the chest like Hulk Hogan, is that the class you are referring to?


bitter are you? what i meant is that Port played a clean game and "Syo" did not. They showed poor sportsmanship on the field and in the bleachers. so funny how you become so twisted and hot and bothered by 5 simple stated words. great imagination though.....


Let's not turn this into a war of words. Syosset is a great program. They have won numerous county championships in recent years. Port's coach used to be an Asst. Coach at Syossset. He is doing a great job. Port was the better team last night and deserved the win. Hopefully we'll see a good championship game.

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