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Re: Boys Spring 2014 High School Varsity Lacrosse
Anonymous #52555 02/04/14 01:38 PM
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Important question:
Is any tape aloud on the shaft at all for face offs this year? I was under the impression that the tape can't touch the head, but my son's coach is telling him no tape on the stick at all. can someone please clarify?


First off, not all new NCAA rules are immediately HS rules, sometimes the rules are completely different. here is the new NCAA rule

Shooting strings or laces must be within 4 inches of top of crosse

Change to RULE 1-SECTION 19: "Any additional strings or laces (e.g., shooting strings) must be located within 4" of top of the crosse. No more than one sidewall string on each side is allowed. No crosse may have any tape affixed to the plastic. This does not include the crosse of a goalkeeper."

Tape may not be added to the throat of a faceoff player's crosse

4-3: "Tape must be applied to the handle of the crosse in a contrasting color to designate the throat of the crosse for players taking the faceoff."

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Farmingdale's Hartranft Receives Gerald J. Carroll Award

Long-time Farmingdale High School boys' varsity lacrosse coach Bob Hartranft has received the prestigious 2013 Gerald J. Carroll Award, presented by US Lacrosse. The honor recognizes a high school coach "whose success is best measured in the support and guidance given to the development of student-athletes." Hartranft received the award at the annual US Lacrosse Convention, January 10-12 in Philadelphia.

Hartranft is currently #3 in coaching wins in New [lacrosse] state with 673 (behind only Mike Messere from West Genesee, 772, and Joe Cuozzo with Ward Melville and Mount Sinai, 747). He led his team to the New [lacrosse] state Class A championship in 2011.

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Warrior Preseason North America Boys’ Rankings: Boys’ Latin (MD) is No. 1
Boys’ Latin (MD) is the No. 1 team in the Warrior/TopLaxRecruits.com Preseason North America Boys’ Rankings for 2014.
The Lakers finished 19-1 in 2013 and were ranked No. 1 all season until bowing to Loyola Blakefield (MD) in the finals of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association championships. The Lakers graduated a large senior class, but return a host of experienced players.
No. 2 Haverford School was 15-7 last year, but finished strong by winning the Inter-Ac invitational. The Fords relied heavily on sophomores and freshmen last year and will be top-heavy with young but seasoned starters.
No. 3 Culver Academy has become the class of the Midwest. Last year the Eagles won the North American Lacrosse Tournament. They play mostly a national schedule against top teams in the East and Midwest and fans can point especially to a March 25 date at No. 5 Gilman School. The No. 4 team is Hill Academy, of Ontario, Canada.
Warrior/TopLaxRecruits.com Preseason Boys’ Rankings, 2014
1. Boys’ Latin (MD) 19-1 last year
2. Haverford School (PA) 15-7
3. Culver Academy (IN) 19-2
4. Hill Academy (ONT, Canada) 18-4
5. St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) 11-5
6. Gilman School (MD) 12-4
7. St. Paul’s (MD) 15-5
8. Smithtown West (N.Y.) 16-3
9. McDonogh School (MD) 14-4
10. Chaminade (N.Y.) 15-2
11. Georgetown Prep (MD) 17-6
12. Delbarton (N.J.) 17-1
13. Garden City (N.Y.) 19-3
14. Massapequa (N.Y.) 14-3
15. Ward Melville (N.Y.) 22-0
16. Salesianum School (DE) 17-2
17. Landon School (MD) 13-7
18. Trinity-Pawling (N.Y.) 13-5
19. Malvern Prep (PA) 16-2
20. Gonzaga (D.C.) 19-2
Under consideration: Arapahoe, CO (16-3); Avon Grove, PA, (21-4); Avon Old Farms (CT) 10-7; Bishop Timon St. Jude, N.Y. (17-4); Brunswick School, CT (13-3); Calvert Hall, MD (11-6); Conestoga, PA (15-11); Darien, CT (12-8); Hereford, MD (19-2); ; La Costa Canyon, CA (18-4); Lake Highland Prep, FL (20-5); La Salle, PA (20-2); Loyola Blakefield, MD (13-8); Manhasset, N.Y. (15-4); Niskayuna, N.Y. (21-1); Paul VI, VA (20-4); Ridge, N.J. (20-3); Smithtown East, N.Y. (14-4); St. Ignatius Prep, CA (21-1); St. Mark’s, TX (18-3); St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes, VA (18-6); Yorktown, N.Y. (17-3).

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Anonymous #53319 02/21/14 11:05 AM
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Does anybody know where the Port Washington v. Smithtown West Long Island Championship game will be played this year? Hofstra or Stony Brook?

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Does anybody know where the Port Washington v. Smithtown West Long Island Championship game will be played this year? Hofstra or Stony Brook?
Although we cannot account for the teams, many of the Boys Lacrosse playoff matches will be held at Hofstra Univerisity this year.

May 31st : Long Island Championship at Hofstra University
Class A: Sec XI at Sec VIII, 1:00 pm
Class B: Sec XI at Sec VIII, 3:30 pm
Class C: Sec XI at Sec VIII, 6:00 pm

June 4th - NYSPHSAA Championship East Semi-Finals at Hofstra University
Class A: 3:30 pm
Class B: 5:30 pm
Class C: 8:00 pm

June 7th - NYSPHSAA Championship Finals, Hofstra University (Sec VIII)
Class A: 11:00 am
Class B: 1:30 pm
Class C: 4:00 pm

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Does anybody know where the Port Washington v. Smithtown West Long Island Championship game will be played this year? Hofstra or Stony Brook?
that's a bold prediction.

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Does anybody know where the Port Washington v. Smithtown West Long Island Championship game will be played this year? Hofstra or Stony Brook?
that's a bold prediction.


not really, Smithtown West is great at every position and now they have the best coach in the game.

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Does anybody know where the Port Washington v. Smithtown West Long Island Championship game will be played this year? Hofstra or Stony Brook?
that's a bold prediction.


not really, Smithtown West is great at every position and now they have the best coach in the game.


Agreed but Port Washington may be a stretch. Very solid program with a very good coach. But unlikely they will beat Massapequa or Syosset. Just saying.

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Does anybody know where the Port Washington v. Smithtown West Long Island Championship game will be played this year? Hofstra or Stony Brook?
that's a bold prediction.


not really, Smithtown West is great at every position and now they have the best coach in the game.


Agreed but Port Washington may be a stretch. Very solid program with a very good coach. But unlikely they will beat Massapequa or Syosset. Just saying.


Figured it had to be a Smithtown parent bragging before the season even started. The kids are too mature and have more class to even think of saying anything at this point and anyone from PW or Nassau County knows the programs well enough to know that PW will have a tough time getting ahead of the two stronger programs of Massapequa and Syosset that are in front of them from the start.

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Program wise.....don't forget about farmingdale.
Best program and history in that conference. Never
count them out. Port has a tough road.

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PW last 2 years had two of the best players anywhere and couldn't beat Syo or Pequa... Aint happening this year either.

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PW last 2 years had two of the best players anywhere and couldn't beat Syo or Pequa... Aint happening this year either.


You never know. PW was a dark horse laat year and beat Farmingdale and Syosset on the way to the county title game.

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Don't count out Farmingdale, had a rough season past two years but I think they're really going to step it up this year. Pretty good senior class and sophomore class, and a couple of freshman that will see some time.

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Don't count out Farmingdale, had a rough season past two years but I think they're really going to step it up this year. Pretty good senior class and sophomore class, and a couple of freshman that will see some time.


Massapequa graduated a strong class. How do they shape up this year? As strong as always?

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Anonymous #53679 02/28/14 10:23 AM
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They didn't graduate most of those kids yet. A lot of D1 commits.

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