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Long Island Lacrosse Trivia and History #43523
09/29/13 07:53 PM
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This thread has been opened to cover interest in Long Island Lacrosse boys and girls trivia from both the High School Varsity and Club scenes. In order to get things rolling, we hope you enjoy this quiz.

Question #1 : Many people will remember Garden City's Nassau County consecutive wins streak (47) in 1986-1987. What most do not realize is that this streak is second to a run of 91 consecutive games. Name the High School that has the record and the school that broke the streak.
Sewanhaka, 1948-1957, Streak broken by St. Paul's of Maryland on April 27th, 1957, by a score of 9-2.

Question #2 : The most goals scored in a single Nassau County boys match is 37. The final result was indeed 37-0. Name the two teams involved in this lopsided moment in Long Island history.
Uniondale over Seaford, 37-0, on April 21st, 1961.

Question #3 : This Nassau County coach holds the record for the most coaching wins. Who is this coach (still active), what subject did he teach in the classroom, and what sport did he actually want to coach when he was starting his career?
Bob Hartranft, Social Studies, Baseball

Question #4 : Name the first Nassau High School and first Suffolk High School to introduce Varsity Boys Lacrosse.
Nassau County - Manhasset (1932), Suffolk County - Huntington (1956)

Question #5 : What noteworthy achievement do all of these teams have in common? Uniondale, Mineola, Manhasset, East Meadow, Elmont.
Each team recorded an undefeated season between 1960 and 1970.

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Originally Posted by CageSage
This thread has been opened to cover interest Long Island Lacrosse boys and girls trivia from both the High School Varsity and Club scenes. In order to get things rolling, we hope you enjoy this quiz.

Question #1 : Many people will remember Garden City's Nassau County consecutive wins streak (47) in 1986-1987. What most do not realize is that this streak is second to a run of 91 consecutive games. Name the High School that has the record and the school that broke the streak.
Sewanhaka, 1948-1957, Streak broken by St. Paul's of Maryland on April 27th, 1957, by a score of 9-2.

Question #2 : The most goals scored in a single Nassau County boys match is 37. The final result was indeed 37-0. Name the two teams involved in this lopsided moment in Long Island history.
Uniondale over Seaford, 37-0, on April 21st, 1961.

Question #3 : This Nassau County coach holds the record for the most coaching wins. Who is this coach (still active), what subject did he teach in the classroom, and what sport did he actually want to coach when he was starting his career?
Bob Hartranft, Social Studies, Baseball

Question #4 : Name the first Nassau High School and first Suffolk High School to introduce Varsity Boys Lacrosse.
Nassau County - Manhasset (1932), Suffolk County - Huntington (1956)

Question #5 : What noteworthy achievement do all of these teams have in common? Uniondale, Mineola, Manhasset, East Meadow, Elmont.
Each team recorded an undefeated season between 1960 and 1970.



In the 37-0 game mentioned in question 2 Jimmy Lewis had 21 points and his coach did not allow him to play in the second half.

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