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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.
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
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.
Refreshing this thread as we are literally just a couple of weeks away from the start of the Spring 2013 High School Varsity season.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/04/13 08:50 PM
2013 season soon under way....nassau conf 2...can any of the other teams beat gc ? Wantagh, south side ? Any thoughts...
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/05/13 03:02 AM
Watch out for Carey young but kids are good
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/06/13 08:21 PM
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....
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/06/13 09:22 PM
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?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 12:58 AM
Baldwin is young team one for the future
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 02:17 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 03:05 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 02:37 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 03:29 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 03:31 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 05:23 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 05:44 PM
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...
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 06:13 PM
If Port puts a D in front of their goalie they may compete with Syo and Pequa. The goalie is a natural.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 06:20 PM
Hey Cage, when are you doing the Suffolk County rankings?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 06:22 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 07:08 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 07:30 PM
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 08:54 PM
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
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 08:57 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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...
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/07/13 09:53 PM
WOW!!
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/11/13 05:13 PM
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.........
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/11/13 05:26 PM
Wow! You are ridiculous.......
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/11/13 06:25 PM
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/11/13 06:28 PM
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"

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Wow! You are ridiculous.......
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/11/13 07:58 PM
Hey Cage, Where are theses games going to be held? I was looking on school web sites and cant find anything.

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

Thanks
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.
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
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/12/13 12:08 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/12/13 12:13 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/13/13 12:18 AM
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?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/14/13 01:03 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/14/13 02:51 PM
Port won by a decent margin-and looked great
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/14/13 03:21 PM
any word on WI vs Syosset scrimmage
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/14/13 03:35 PM
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/14/13 05:19 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
any word on WI vs Syosset scrimmage


Heard Syosset won by one goal
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/15/13 05:13 PM
Which goalies in the conference did he outplay last year? Gave up a lot of goals....
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/15/13 09:50 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Which goalies in the conference did he outplay last year? Gave up a lot of goals....


he was an 8th grader that won 9 games and lost 8. two losses were in 2OT to Syosset and Hicksville and two to Massapequa. Who, yes may of let up a lot of goals but his save percentage was high based on the number of shots he faced. goals are not always a reflection of the goalie. they also fall upon the defense. all conference as an 8th grader aint bad.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/16/13 06:13 PM
Port didnt look too good today vs Wantagh.
Originally Posted by CageSage
Saturday, March 16th : Delbarton vs. Garden City (11:00am at Garden City)
Final Score : Delbarton 9, Garden City 7
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/17/13 12:17 PM
Hill Academy 10 - Calvert Hall 7 (on Thurs in MD)

Believe that is the third victory in a week by Hill Academy over a top 20 nationally ranked team. Not a bad way to start the season.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/17/13 02:39 PM
I wouldn't put too much into a scrimmage. Port is a good team and will be competitive this season. Hats off to the wantagh defense.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/18/13 12:27 AM
Heard Syosset looked good in back to back wins on Saturday against Chaminade and Don Bosco
Saturday, March 16th Non-League Results

Oceanside 13, Hewlett 11
Sayville 14, Connetquot 13
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/18/13 02:30 PM
His coach picks his all conference players. Doubt other coaches would have voted for him based on the amount of goals he gave up regardless how bad you say his defense was in front of him. You do need to credit the wins of the team to having argueably one the best players in the tri-state area on the team as picked by MSG varsity.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/18/13 09:49 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
His coach picks his all conference players. Doubt other coaches would have voted for him based on the amount of goals he gave up regardless how bad you say his defense was in front of him. You do need to credit the wins of the team to having argueably one the best players in the tri-state area on the team as picked by MSG varsity.


Cage - I thought we were done on this one kid? let it go
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/18/13 11:54 PM
Yes - let it go! Who the heck is this guy to question a decision made by a coach almost an entire year ago? Must be a hater or just a plain old moron....

move on and find something else to gab about
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/19/13 01:22 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
His coach picks his all conference players. Doubt other coaches would have voted for him based on the amount of goals he gave up regardless how bad you say his defense was in front of him. You do need to credit the wins of the team to having argueably one the best players in the tri-state area on the team as picked by MSG varsity.


Real hater here. Let's move on and one player doesn't make a team.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/19/13 02:57 AM
Heard MacArthurs chronically injured goalie is out.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/20/13 02:02 PM
Hey douch bag, ports goalie had a great game and a great start to the season letting up just 2 goals yesterday against locust valley and about 15 saves. You must be a jealous dad of a goalie who sits most of the season.
Tuesday, March 19th Results

Garden City over Syosset, 8-4
Hicksville edges Oyster Bay, 8-7
Long Beach handles Baldwin, 14-5
Massapequa blanks Carey, 11-0
Plainedge blanks Plainview JFK, 4-0
Jericho over Floral Park, 11-4
Port Washington over Locust Valley, 10-2
Bayport-Blue Point over Longwood, 11-5
Connetquot edges ESM, 6-5
Mt. Sinai over Commack, 10-7
Whitman over Harborfields, 10-6

Highlights

Two shutouts with Plainedge and Massapequa recording the clean sheets. Matt Arnone scored the winner to give Hicksville their 8-7 win. Mike Scalafani had the game winner with less than three minutes remaining for Connetquot.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/20/13 03:24 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hey douch bag, ports goalie had a great game and a great start to the season letting up just 2 goals yesterday against locust valley and about 15 saves. You must be a jealous dad of a goalie who sits most of the season.


Since there is an obsession with Port come down to the high school turf field on Saturday at 3:30 to see Port play a team from Illinois.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/20/13 10:48 PM
I dont think Port will have too good of a season. Wantagh handled them easily. They dont have much depth and their attack looks to be a little weak.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/20/13 11:17 PM
Syosset vs Garden City JV game 7-7 tie four overtime periods. Great game both sides
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/20/13 11:23 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I dont think Port will have too good of a season. Wantagh handled them easily. They dont have much depth and their attack looks to be a little weak.


Who are you? You self proclaimed analysts really crack me up - no jobs at ESPN available? Stop bashing teams and judging so early in the season - anything can happen.

such negativity - your glass is probably ALWAYS half empty
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/20/13 11:53 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I dont think Port will have too good of a season. Wantagh handled them easily. They dont have much depth and their attack looks to be a little weak.


Who are you? You self proclaimed analysts really crack me up - no jobs at ESPN available? Stop bashing teams and judging so early in the season - anything can happen.

such negativity - your glass is probably ALWAYS half empty


Come up and see them this weekend. Port has a great town to hang out in.
Wednesday, March 20th Results

Bayport-Blue Point over Sachem East, 13-9
Center Moriches triples Brentwood, 9-3
Cold Spring Harbor over South Side, 9-5
Farmingdale over Holy Trinity, 11-2
Great Neck North edges St. Mary's, 10-9
Long Island Lutheran over Cardinal Spellman, 9-1
Mattituck/Greenport/Southold triples Hampton Bays, 12-4
Seaford overtimes Mepham, 10-9
West Hempstead doubles Glen Cove, 8-4
St. Anthony's handles Kellenberg, 12-5

Highlights

Four goals for Jordan Walker in Cold Spring Harbor's victory. Evan Dorman netted six for Great Neck North in a non-league matchup.
Thursday, March 21st Results

Baldwin over Roslyn, 15-8
Chaminade over Massapequa, 9-5
Clarke edges Lawrence, 12-11
Great Neck South handles Wheatley/Carle Place, 14-5
Kings Parks easily over Herricks, 11-1
Lindenhurst edges Babylon, 10-9
Locust Valley doubles Floral Park, 10-5
Miller Place over Middle Country, 8-5
Mount Sinai over Longwood, 13-4
North Shore edges East Meadow, 10-9
Oyster Bay overtimes Elmont, 7-6
St. John the Baptist edges Hewlett, 5-4
Friends Academy over Plainview JFK, 8-3

Highlights

Although largely in non-league action, all of the Thursday public vs. private matchups went to the privates with wins by Chaminade, St. John the Baptist, and Friends Academy. Five matches were one goal affairs.
Heading into this week's scrimmages/matches, the Top 25 National High School teams as decided by Nike and US Lacrosse were as follows. Long Island has seven teams in the top 21 from this roster of teams.

1. Boys’ Latin (Md.), 4-0, 200 (8), March 22 vs. Hill Academy (Canada)
2. Chaminade (N.Y.), 0-0, 192, March 21 vs. Massapequa (N.Y.)
3. St. Anthony’s (N.Y.), 0-0, 183, March 20 vs. Kellenberg (N.Y.)
4. Garden City (N.Y.), 1-0, 168, March 23 vs. Loyola Blakefield (Md.)
5. West Islip (N.Y.), 0-0, 162, March 25 at Connetquot (N.Y.)
6. La Salle (Pa.), 0-0, 157, March 23 vs. DeMatha (Md.)
7. Ithaca (N.Y.), 0-0, 141, March 27 at Vestal (N.Y.)
8. Gonzaga (D.C.), 3-2, 131, March 22 vs. Calvert Hall (Md.)
9. Jamesville-DeWitt (N.Y.), 0-0, 131, March 26 at Whitesboro (N.Y.)
10. Calvert Hall (Md.), 0-1, 116, March 22 at Gonzaga (D.C.)
11. Gilman (Md.), 2-0, 116, March 22 vs. Georgetown Prep (Md.)
12. McDonogh (Md.), 4-0, 104, March 22 vs. Haverford School (Pa.)
13. St. Paul’s (Md.), 4-0, 96, March 22 vs. Hereford (Md.)
14. Smithtown West (N.Y.), 0-0, 93, March 22 vs. Syosset (N.Y.)
15. Niskayuna (N.Y.), 0-0, 78. April 2 at Shenendehowa (N.Y.)
16. St. Stephen’s & St. Agnes (Va.), 3-0, 76, March 21 vs. Hill Academy (Canada)
17. Darien (Conn.), 0-0, 68. April 3 vs. Fairfield-Ludlowe (Conn.)
18. Landon (Md.), 3-1, 61, March 22 vs. Penn Charter (Pa.)
19. Malvern Prep (Pa.), 1-0, 60, March 21 at Bullis (Md.)
20. Delbarton (N.J.), 0-0, 57, April 3 at Ridgewood (N.J.)
21. Ward Melville (N.Y.), 0-0, 45, March 25 at Riverhead (N.Y.)
22. Loyola-Blakefield (Md.), 1-1, 42, March 20 at Haverford School (Pa.)
23. Duxbury (Mass.), 0-0, 33, April 2 vs. Mercer Island (Wash.)
24. Culver Military (Ind.), 0-0, 18, March 23 vs. Episcopal Academy (Pa.)
25. Don Bosco Prep (N.J.), 0-0, 17, April 3 vs. Northern Highlands (N.J.)
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/23/13 03:42 AM
I wonder how many kids on Chaminade are from Massapequa?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/23/13 11:19 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I wonder how many kids on Chaminade are from Massapequa?


Same question every year. How many Huntington kids are at St. Anthony's? How many GC or Manhasset kids are at Chaminade?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/23/13 10:18 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I wonder how many kids on Chaminade are from Massapequa?


Same question every year. How many Huntington kids are at St. Anthony's? How many GC or Manhasset kids are at Chaminade?


Sad, when Massapequa boys are young 3rd grade on their lax program is great, very competitive teams. When these boys grow up the better ones for the most part go to Chaminade and St. Anthony's. This leaves Massapequas lax team with the less athletic kids in H.S. so they are not competitive. It's sad. you do not see this in West Islip and Ward Melville.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/23/13 10:23 PM
Question, what happens to the say 2015 kid who verbally commits to a college and then does not do well on his/hers SAT exam?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/24/13 01:11 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I wonder how many kids on Chaminade are from Massapequa?


Same question every year. How many Huntington kids are at St. Anthony's? How many GC or Manhasset kids are at Chaminade?


Sad, when Massapequa boys are young 3rd grade on their lax program is great, very competitive teams. When these boys grow up the better ones for the most part go to Chaminade and St. Anthony's. This leaves Massapequas lax team with the less athletic kids in H.S. so they are not competitive. It's sad. you do not see this in West Islip and Ward Melville.

They blew the lead in the county championship last year. That's "not competitive".
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/24/13 01:59 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I wonder how many kids on Chaminade are from Massapequa?


Same question every year. How many Huntington kids are at St. Anthony's? How many GC or Manhasset kids are at Chaminade?


Sad, when Massapequa boys are young 3rd grade on their lax program is great, very competitive teams. When these boys grow up the better ones for the most part go to Chaminade and St. Anthony's. This leaves Massapequas lax team with the less athletic kids in H.S. so they are not competitive. It's sad. you do not see this in West Islip and
Ward Melville.

Actually, there are more Massapequa players at St. Anthony than Chaminade.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/24/13 02:19 AM
nothing. once coach gives a verbal commitment, the minimum academic requirements are established. the student athlete is not required to take the SATs necessarily.

however, if they fall way short of academic standards, the early committed player may be required to attend a year of prep school...
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/24/13 10:27 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Question, what happens to the say 2015 kid who verbally commits to a college and then does not do well on his/hers SAT exam?


The kid still has to go threw the admissions process - the application will be supported by the coach and that is how kids get into schools that they might normally not get into but a condition that the coach will make very clear to the player is that they still have to be accepted by admissions.

I have always thought that this is the one out that a coach might have on a commit he may lose interest in, the coach can not support the admissions application as strongly as was expected and ooooops sorry you didn't get in.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/24/13 01:19 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Question, what happens to the say 2015 kid who verbally commits to a college and then does not do well on his/hers SAT exam?


The kid still has to go threw the admissions process - the application will be supported by the coach and that is how kids get into schools that they might normally not get into but a condition that the coach will make very clear to the player is that they still have to be accepted by admissions.

I have always thought that this is the one out that a coach might have on a commit he may lose interest in, the coach can not support the admissions application as strongly as was expected and ooooops sorry you didn't get in.


Happened very recently with a boy from Garden City and Duke.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/24/13 03:25 PM
Who knows maybe St. John's will start recruiting and become the king of the south shore.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I wonder how many kids on Chaminade are from Massapequa?


Same question every year. How many Huntington kids are at St. Anthony's? How many GC or Manhasset kids are at Chaminade?


Sad, when Massapequa boys are young 3rd grade on their lax program is great, very competitive teams. When these boys grow up the better ones for the most part go to Chaminade and St. Anthony's. This leaves Massapequas lax team with the less athletic kids in H.S. so they are not competitive. It's sad. you do not see this in West Islip and Ward Melville.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/24/13 04:43 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
nothing. once coach gives a verbal commitment, the minimum academic requirements are established. the student athlete is not required to take the SATs necessarily.

however, if they fall way short of academic standards, the early committed player may be required to attend a year of prep school...


I think only in very rare circumstances for an elite recruit would the SAT/ACT be waived. The norm is commit, take the tests, go thorugh admissions (with coaching staff support) and be accepted. Some may get into a "reach" school but I highly doubt an Ivy is accepting a "C" student with poor or no SAT scores unless he fits some other demographic. Plenty of smart quality lax players out there, no need to dumb it down.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/24/13 04:48 PM
If the verbal commit is just that "verbal" it is not really binding correct? Either party can decide, in the case of the early commits for example, that needs changed and the program doesn't fit the athlete or the athlete doesn't fit the program.

Comments or experiences?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/24/13 06:34 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I wonder how many kids on Chaminade are from Massapequa?


Same question every year. How many Huntington kids are at St. Anthony's? How many GC or Manhasset kids are at Chaminade?


And now also some leaving for boarding schools before finishing high school on long island.
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Question, what happens to the say 2015 kid who verbally commits to a college and then does not do well on his/hers SAT exam?
The kid still has to go threw the admissions process - the application will be supported by the coach and that is how kids get into schools that they might normally not get into but a condition that the coach will make very clear to the player is that they still have to be accepted by admissions.

I have always thought that this is the one out that a coach might have on a commit he may lose interest in, the coach can not support the admissions application as strongly as was expected and ooooops sorry you didn't get in.
Ultimately, NCAA eligibility must be met first and foremost. This is the role of the NCAA Clearinghouse.

Second, the student-athlete must meet the admission standards of the university or have a waiver instituted. Such waivers can come via a coach's exemption (also known as a golden ticket) or via other tools at the admissions department's discretion.

Remember that accepting "below par" students is not the end of the NCAA compliance debate as both academic progress rates and overall academic GPA are examined by the NCAA during compliance audits.

Coaches that consistently bring in a below average player runs two major risks. The first is that academic progress, particularly for non-revenue generating sports, can come under question. Second and more importantly, the student-athlete runs the risk of being academically overwhelmed by the classroom requirements. In the case of an institution such as Duke, you would expect stringent regulations to be upheld on Board Scores for admission.
Originally Posted by Anonymous
If the verbal commit is just that "verbal" it is not really binding correct? Either party can decide, in the case of the early commits for example, that needs changed and the program doesn't fit the athlete or the athlete doesn't fit the program.

Comments or experiences?
Verbal commitments are non-binding from the NCAA and University's perspectives. That said, please let us put the following caveats on the table.
  • Coach's Perspective : Only under the most pressing circumstances will a coach rescind a verbal offer - there is usually cause associated with a withdrawn offer. The causes can be academic, personal, ethics, or compliance based. A college coach will NOT want to rescind an offer (opening a recruiting gap) and more importantly does not want to gain a reputation for rescinding offers as that impacts future recruiting.
  • Student Perspective : Student-athletes can more easily change their minds related to a verbal offer since the process is only usually run once is an academic lifetime.
  • NCAA Perspective : Binding offers are associated with National Letters of Intent, effectively the contract constructed between a student-athlete and the target institution. Once the NLI is completed, there are binding NCAA rules and regulations regarding a student-athlete even talking to another institution regarding potential transfers. (Regulations covering a student-athlete release are available on the NCAA web site.)
Originally Posted by Anonymous
nothing. once coach gives a verbal commitment, the minimum academic requirements are established. the student athlete is not required to take the SATs necessarily.

however, if they fall way short of academic standards, the early committed player may be required to attend a year of prep school...
This post is highly misleading to our BOTC Community and largely incorrect.

A coach's verbal agreement can and will take place without prior academic application reviews. Further, with freshmen and sophomores now verbally commiting, such verbals are clearly being made without a full set of Board Scores or a complete evaluation of High School Scholastic performance by the NCAA Clearinghouse.

The assertion that a year of prep school (also known as thirteenth grade at institutions such as Deerfield and similar) cures all academic ills is incorrect.
Matches to watch during the upcoming holiday week include these Long Island and regional pairings.

3/27 Farmingdale (NY) Smithtown West (NY)
3/27 Port Washington (NY) Smithtown East (NY)
3/27 Wantagh (NY) Mamaroneck (NY)
3/28 South Side (NY) Syosset (NY)
3/28 Kettle Run (VA) Cold Spring Harbor (NY)
3/30 Garden City (NY) La Salle College HS (PA)
3/30 John Jay-Cross River (NY) Yorktown (NY)
3/30 Syosset (NY) Manhasset (NY)
3/30 Ward Melville (NY) Garnet Valley (PA)
3/30 West Genesee (NY) Penfield (NY)
3/30 West Islip (NY) Chaminade (NY)
3/30 Battlefield (VA) Cold Spring Harbor (NY)
3/30 Seaford (NY) Babylon (NY)
3/30 Sewanhaka (NY) Tappan Zee (NY)
3/30 Walt Whitman (NY) Minisink Valley (NY)
3/30 Ward Melville (NY) Garnet Valley (PA)
Saturday, March 23rd Results

Bellmore JFK over Island Trees, 14-2
Farmingdale edges Lynbrook, 6-5
Port Washington handles Waubonsie Valley, 12-2
Friends Academy doubles Calhoun, 10-5
Garden City over Loyola (MD), 6-5
New Hyde park overtimes Uniondale, 7-6
Oyster Bay edges Sewanhaka, 7-6
Plainview JFK over Bethpage, 12-11
St. Mary's over Great neck South, 11-4
Malverne/East Rockaway over Hempstead, 7-3
MacArthur over Division, 9-7
Cold Spring Harbor over Huntington, 4-3, 4OT
Wantagh over East Meadow, 14-11

Highlights

Four overtimes decided the CSH win over Huntington. Controversy reigned in this 4-3 CSH win with a controversial goal that appeared to be a crossbar affair just before the end of regulation that knotted the score at three.

Garden City is making their holiday week tour of top Maryland programs and started with a 6-5 win over Loyola.
Newsday named their Top 10 Nassau (Section VIII) and Suffolk (Section XI) Boys High School Varsity teams in this Sunday's edition.

Nassau Top Ten

1. Chaminade
2. Garden City
3. Syosset
4. Massapequa
5. Manhasset
6. Cold Spring Harbor
7. Long Beach
8. Wantagh
9. Port Washington
10. Farmingdale

Suffolk Top Ten

1. St. Anthony's
2. West Islip
3. Smithtown West
4. Ward Melville
5. Sayville
6. Shoreham-Wading River
7. Comsewogue
8. Northport
9. Smithtown East
10. Sachem North
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/25/13 06:20 AM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Saturday, March 23rd Results

Bellmore JFK over Island Trees, 14-2
Farmingdale edges Lynbrook, 6-5
Port Washington handles Waubonsie Valley, 12-2
Friends Academy doubles Calhoun, 10-5
Garden City over Loyola (MD), 6-5
New Hyde park overtimes Uniondale, 7-6
Oyster Bay edges Sewanhaka, 7-6
Plainview JFK over Bethpage, 12-11




St. Mary's over Great neck South, 11-4
Malverne/East Rockaway over Hempstead, 7-3
MacArthur over Division, 9-7
Cold Spring Harbor over Huntington, 4-3, 4OT
Wantagh over East Meadow, 14-11

Highlights

Four overtimes decided the CSH win over Huntington. Controversy reigned in this 4-3 CSH win with a controversial goal that appeared to be a crossbar affair just before the end of regulation that knotted the score at three.

Garden City is making their holiday week tour of top Maryland programs and started with a 6-5 win over Loyola.


That's right-the Generals physically took matters in their own hands and smacked the Dragons ack to the orhe side of the turnpike. Gonna be a good years fellas!!
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/25/13 11:12 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
nothing. once coach gives a verbal commitment, the minimum academic requirements are established. the student athlete is not required to take the SATs necessarily.

however, if they fall way short of academic standards, the early committed player may be required to attend a year of prep school...


I think only in very rare circumstances for an elite recruit would the SAT/ACT be waived. The norm is commit, take the tests, go thorugh admissions (with coaching staff support) and be accepted. Some may get into a "reach" school but I highly doubt an Ivy is accepting a "C" student with poor or no SAT scores unless he fits some other demographic. Plenty of smart quality lax players out there, no need to dumb it down.


I am curious if an IVY or Better D1 school who a 2015 kid verbally commits to and does not do well on their SAT will accept that school them? Are their any actual cases out there with experiences like this or similar? Please respond. Thanks.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/25/13 12:03 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
nothing. once coach gives a verbal commitment, the minimum academic requirements are established. the student athlete is not required to take the SATs necessarily.

however, if they fall way short of academic standards, the early committed player may be required to attend a year of prep school...


I think only in very rare circumstances for an elite recruit would the SAT/ACT be waived. The norm is commit, take the tests, go thorugh admissions (with coaching staff support) and be accepted. Some may get into a "reach" school but I highly doubt an Ivy is accepting a "C" student with poor or no SAT scores unless he fits some other demographic. Plenty of smart quality lax players out there, no need to dumb it down.


I am curious if an IVY or Better D1 school who a 2015 kid verbally commits to and does not do well on their SAT will accept that school them? Are their any actual cases out there with experiences like this or similar? Please respond. Thanks.


Ivy's do not verbally commit, they commit to the admissions process and they are told exactly what they need to score on SAT and or ACT's as well as taking a difficult schedule through senior year - every year kids that had "verbally committed" early do not get accepted.
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Ivy's do not verbally commit, they commit to the admissions process and they are told exactly what they need to score on SAT and or ACT's as well as taking a difficult schedule through senior year - every year kids that had "verbally committed" early do not get accepted.
Most Ivy League coaches will have a very limited number (four or less) golden tickets which allows the coach to have a candidate accepted on the coach's work based on pure athletics.

While you might see this as a complete waiver of academic requirements, the candidate still must pass admissions albeit against a slighly relaxed set of standards. To be more specific, one Ivy League soccer coach in the New England area indicated off the record that an SAT I two-way score of 1280 would clear admissions with a golden ticket although normally a 1400+ would be expected. As we said earlier, a college coach also does not want to set-up a student-athlete for failure in the classroom, particularly in non-revenue generating sports.

The other item of note with Ivy League schools is the "likely letter". Generally targeted at athletes, the "likely letter" is a preadmission commitment from the institution that the student-athlete will likely be accepted with continued academic performance and athletic support from the coach.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/25/13 02:44 PM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Ivy's do not verbally commit, they commit to the admissions process and they are told exactly what they need to score on SAT and or ACT's as well as taking a difficult schedule through senior year - every year kids that had "verbally committed" early do not get accepted.
Most Ivy League coaches will have a very limited number (four or less) golden tickets which allows the coach to have a candidate accepted on the coach's work based on pure athletics.

While you might see this as a complete waiver of academic requirements, the candidate still must pass admissions albeit against a slighly relaxed set of standards. To be more specific, one Ivy League soccer coach in the New England area indicated off the record that an SAT I two-way score of 1280 would clear admissions with a golden ticket although normally a 1400+ would be expected. As we said earlier, a college coach also does not want to set-up a student-athlete for failure in the classroom, particularly in non-revenue generating sports.

The other item of note with Ivy League schools is the "likely letter". Generally targeted at athletes, the "likely letter" is a preadmission commitment from the institution that the student-athlete will likely be accepted with continued academic performance and athletic support from the coach.



Thank You One just wonders how much more flexible schools are for the Revenue Generating Sports.
Monday, March 25th Results

Suffolk Division I
Bay Shore over Whitman, 17-14
Half Hollow Hills West over Sachem east, 9-6
Lindenhurst over Copiague, 14-9
Middle Country over Longwood, 11-2
Northport over Floyd, 13-5
Pat-Med over North Babylon, 11-7
Sachem North overtimes Hauppauge, 7-6
Smithtown East over Half Hollow Hills East, 17-7
Smithtown West crushes West Babylon, 18-3

Suffolk Division II
Bayport-Blue Point over East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson, 15-7

Non-League
Great Neck South over Freeport, 9-7
MacArthur over Locust Valley, 10-1
Plainedge over Clarke, 9-1
Valley Stream District over Glen Cove, 9-1

Highlights

Matt Battelli had the game winning goal with two minutes remaining in overtime to lift Sachem North over Hauppauge in their official league openers.

Ryan Keenan matched the game assist record (seven in one game) in Smithtown West's victory.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/27/13 05:18 PM
Have any other parents come across a situation where there son's playing time was limited because he didn't play for the Summer program run by the high school coaches?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/28/13 12:25 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Have any other parents come across a situation where there son's playing time was limited because he didn't play for the Summer program run by the high school coaches?


No
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/28/13 02:12 AM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Matches to watch during the upcoming holiday week include these Long Island and regional pairings.

3/27 Farmingdale (NY) Smithtown West (NY)
3/27 Port Washington (NY) Smithtown East (NY)
3/27 Wantagh (NY) Mamaroneck (NY)
3/28 South Side (NY) Syosset (NY)
3/28 Kettle Run (VA) Cold Spring Harbor (NY)
3/30 Garden City (NY) La Salle College HS (PA)
3/30 John Jay-Cross River (NY) Yorktown (NY)
3/30 Syosset (NY) Manhasset (NY)
3/30 Ward Melville (NY) Garnet Valley (PA)
3/30 West Genesee (NY) Penfield (NY)
3/30 West Islip (NY) Chaminade (NY)
3/30 Battlefield (VA) Cold Spring Harbor (NY)
3/30 Seaford (NY) Babylon (NY)
3/30 Sewanhaka (NY) Tappan Zee (NY)
3/30 Walt Whitman (NY) Minisink Valley (NY)
3/30 Ward Melville (NY) Garnet Valley (PA)


Any results from todays games
Wednesday, March 27th Results

Smithtown West over Farmingdale, 10-3
Shoreham-Wading River over Westhampton, 15-9
Smithtown East vs. Port Washington, Cancelled
Commack over East Islip, 9-6
Sachem North over North Babylon, 18-8
Ward Melville over Riverhead, 17-3
West Islip over Connetquot, 14-6
Babylon over Bellport, 13-2
Comsewogue over Huntington, 12-3
Glenn over Mercy, 17-0
Harborfields over Center Moriches, 12-3
Islip over Greenport/Southold/Mattituck, 16-4
Kings Park over Deek Park, 17-2
Miller Place over Eastport-South Manor, 9-4
Mount Sinai over Hampton Bays, 16-1
Sayville over Rocky Point, 8-6
Bay Shore over St. John the Baptist, 10-5
Bethpage over Great Neck South, 18-4
Carey over Hicksville, 8-3
Chaminade over Fordham Prep, 8-0
Oceanside over Kellenberg, 12-8
St. Anthony's over Holy Trinity, 14-1
Wantagh over Mamaroneck, 10-5

Highlights

Smithtown West completely controlled the second half In particular, the third period) according to reports after a relatively close first two periods (4-2 half).

Wantagh scored nine in the second half against Mamaroneck in a comeback victory.

The Smithtown East game with Port Washington was cancelled following the tragic death of a Smithtown East student from Nesconset.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/29/13 03:09 AM
isn't it strange how not one of the games were close in terms of scores??
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/29/13 02:00 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
isn't it strange how not one of the games were close in terms of scores??


If you dont have a game this week are you practicing, everyday, is your JV practicing to protect the future years. It is a shame to hear how many are not out there practicing or even running as a team. This is where you need to work hard, bith coachs and players (JV and Varsity).
Thursday, March 28th Results

Bellmore JFK doubles Mineola, 12-6
Cold Spring Harbor defeats Kettle Run (Virginia), 14-4
East Meadow edges Carey, 12-11
Elmont over Island Trees, 8-5
Friends Academy over Lynbrook, 5-3
Jericho doubles Freeport, 10-5
MacArthur over North Shore, 8-3
Massapequa over New Hyde Park, 16-6
Northport over Mahopac, 16-3
Seaford triples Roslyn, 15-5
Syosset doubles South Side, 8-4

Highlights

Cold Spring Harbor spreads the goals among ten players in a 14-4 win in Virginia.

Jericho capitalizes on a 7-2 second half in defeating Freeport.

Massapequa unloads with a 10-1 first quarter on their way to a 16-6 victory.
Saturday, March 30th Results

Miller Place triples Floyd, 15-5
Riverhead over East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson, 13-7
Wantagh five-folds Jericho, 15-3
Farmingdale over Hewlett, 7-2
Syosset edges Manhasset, 9-8
Carey over Bethpage, 11-7
Ward Melville over Garnet Valley, 14-4
Half Hollow Hills West over West Babylon, 15-8
Plainview JFK doubles Division, 10-5
North Shore over Calhoun, 9-4
Sewanhaka over Tappan Zee, 10-4
Elmont over Herricks, 14-4
Walt Whitman over Minisink Valley, 17-9

Highlights

Tied at 8 with :07 left in the game, Alex Concannon scored off an assist from Andrew Keith to give Syosset (2-2) the non-league win. Concannon finished with two goals and one assist.

Whitman has been reported as being in complete control against Minisink Valley with the game decided at halftime.
Newsday Boys Lacrosse Top Ten - April 1st

1. Chaminade
2. St. Anthony's
3. Garden City
4. Smithtown West
5. West Islip
6. Ward Melville
7. Massapequa
8. Sayville
9. Shoreham-Wading River
10. Syosset
Didn't see any score on the Lasalle Vs Garden City, you guys on the Island only post wins? You had every score posted but the Garden City Loss to Lasalle High School.. 7-4
Originally Posted by paswag
Didn't see any score on the Lasalle Vs Garden City, you guys on the Island only post wins? You had every score posted but the Garden City Loss to Lasalle High School.. 7-4
Thanks very much for the update. You will notice that our posting time was 3:22pm on Saturday while the Garden City Saturday match did not start until 2:00pm. BOTC did not receive any scoring reports on this match until we saw your note from Pennsylvania. Again, thank you for the update and welcome to the BOTC Community!
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/01/13 09:25 PM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Originally Posted by paswag
Didn't see any score on the Lasalle Vs Garden City, you guys on the Island only post wins? You had every score posted but the Garden City Loss to Lasalle High School.. 7-4
Thanks very much for the update. You will notice that our posting time was 3:22pm on Saturday while the Garden City Saturday match did not start until 2:00pm. BOTC did not receive any scoring reports on this match until we saw your note from Pennsylvania. Again, thank you for the update and welcome to the BOTC Community!


How many of the MD kids were of legal drinking age??? LOL
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/02/13 12:56 AM
Hey Learn Geography Lasalle is from PA
Monday, April 1st Results

Malverne/East Rockaway over West Hempstead, 7-5
Great Neck North crushes Bishop Loughlin, 20-0
Copiague over Mepham, 13-7
Manhaaset over Cold Spring Harbor, 10-3
St. Anthony's over Immaculata, 9-4

Highlights

Malverne/East Rockaway outscored West Hempstead, 4-0 in the fourth period, for their win.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/02/13 12:08 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Hey Learn Geography Lasalle is from PA


MD, PA, same story.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/02/13 05:38 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Question, what happens to the say 2015 kid who verbally commits to a college and then does not do well on his/hers SAT exam?


The kid still has to go threw the admissions process - the application will be supported by the coach and that is how kids get into schools that they might normally not get into but a condition that the coach will make very clear to the player is that they still have to be accepted by admissions.

I have always thought that this is the one out that a coach might have on a commit he may lose interest in, the coach can not support the admissions application as strongly as was expected and ooooops sorry you didn't get in.


Happened very recently with a boy from Garden City and Duke.


Garden City seems shaky on this front.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/02/13 06:51 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Question, what happens to the say 2015 kid who verbally commits to a college and then does not do well on his/hers SAT exam?


The kid still has to go threw the admissions process - the application will be supported by the coach and that is how kids get into schools that they might normally not get into but a condition that the coach will make very clear to the player is that they still have to be accepted by admissions.

I have always thought that this is the one out that a coach might have on a commit he may lose interest in, the coach can not support the admissions application as strongly as was expected and ooooops sorry you didn't get in.


Happened very recently with a boy from Garden City and Duke.


Garden City seems shaky on this front.


It's a double standard for lacrosse players. Do you think the the football and basketball players are being held to the same lofty standards for admissions at many of these colleges??? Ivies and a few high profile schools, maybe. Many others, no way!!
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/02/13 07:46 PM
I am sure at Duke the hoops players are held to those standards. You commit and you have to keep grades up. This will happen again be sure
Originally Posted by Anonymous
It's a double standard for lacrosse players. Do you think the the football and basketball players are being held to the same lofty standards for admissions at many of these colleges??? Ivies and a few high profile schools, maybe. Many others, no way!!
Double standard is the wrong phrase. Football and basketball both have national exposure and for some universities are money making businesses which generate hard income for the university in addition to driving alumni donations.

Given that there is not a lacrosse team in the country that is a money making entity for their associated university, you will start to understand why there is a "double standard". Basically, why lower standards and lose money at the same time? The discussion is actually that simple.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/02/13 08:32 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Question, what happens to the say 2015 kid who verbally commits to a college and then does not do well on his/hers SAT exam?


The kid still has to go threw the admissions process - the application will be supported by the coach and that is how kids get into schools that they might normally not get into but a condition that the coach will make very clear to the player is that they still have to be accepted by admissions.

I have always thought that this is the one out that a coach might have on a commit he may lose interest in, the coach can not support the admissions application as strongly as was expected and ooooops sorry you didn't get in.


Happened very recently with a boy from Garden City and Duke.


Garden City seems shaky on this front.


It's a double standard for lacrosse players. Do you think the the football and basketball players are being held to the same lofty standards for admissions at many of these colleges??? Ivies and a few high profile schools, maybe. Many others, no way!!


Agreed. Revenue vs. non-revenue. Iverson @ G'town? Only in bizarro land.
Tuesday, April 2nd Results

Garden City handles Carey, 8-1
South Side edges Lynbrook, 5-4, Overtime
Friends Academy triples North Shore, 12-4
Sewanhaka over Uniondale, 9-4
Syosset crushes Clarke, 18-1
Deer Park over Mercy, 13-3
Hicksville over Locust Valley, 9-6
St. Mary's over Mount Saint Michael, 13-1
Farmingdale over Plainedge, 6-3
Kellenberg over Baldwin, 11-8
Long Beach edges Port Washington, 9-8
Mineola over New Hyde Park, 17-12
Bayport-Blue Point over Westhampton, 11-10
Center Moriches over Hampton Bays, 9-5
Comsewogue over Kings Park, 15-2
East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson over Mattituck, 7-6, Overtime
Eastport-South Manor over Islip, 14-8
Huntington over Glenn, 8-6
Miller Place over Mount Sinai, 13-4
Rocky Point over Harborfields, 9-1
Sayville over Bellport, 17-4
Shoreham-Wading River over Babylon, 12-3

Highlights

Garden City returned to Long Island league competition with a three-quarter shutout of Carey in Conference B-1.

Tied at four with 3:08 left in overtime, Brian Hurwitz scored a man-up goal unassisted, his second goal of the game, to give South Side (1-3) the non-league win.
Well Episcopal Academy, Newtown Square PA, just man handled Lasalle 8-2. Maybe there will be as much parity in the high school ranks as the college ranks this year
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/03/13 02:59 AM

Find me an attackman that can rush the passer and I can get the same standars applied for him


Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Question, what happens to the say 2015 kid who verbally commits to a college and then does not do well on his/hers SAT exam?


The kid still has to go threw the admissions process - the application will be supported by the coach and that is how kids get into schools that they might normally not get into but a condition that the coach will make very clear to the player is that they still have to be accepted by admissions.

I have always thought that this is the one out that a coach might have on a commit he may lose interest in, the coach can not support the admissions application as strongly as was expected and ooooops sorry you didn't get in.


Happened very recently with a boy from Garden City and Duke.


Garden City seems shaky on this front.


It's a double standard for lacrosse players. Do you think the the football and basketball players are being held to the same lofty standards for admissions at many of these colleges??? Ivies and a few high profile schools, maybe. Many others, no way!!
Wednesday, April 3rd Results

Wheatley/Carle Place over Lawrence, 11-8
Smithtown West doubles Sachem East, 18-9
Glen Cove edges Herricks, 4-3
Plainview JFK over Great Neck South, 14-6
Northport edges Bay Shore, 10-9, Overtime
Connetquot over Longwood, 13-4
Riverhead defeats Copiague, 18-2
East Islip over Floyd, 8-3
Half Hollow Hills West over Middle Country, 9-6
Ward Melville over Smithtown East, 14-6
West Islip over Sachem North, 9-3
Commack blanks Brentwood, 18-0
West Hempstead over Elmont, 8-6
Hauppauge doubles North Babylon, 12-6

Highlights

Tied at 9 with 2:46 left in overtime, Nick DeCeglia scored off an assist from Brian Cannon to give Northport (2-0) the win in League I. John Glancy led the way with four goals. Joel Nunez scored with 1:23 left in regulation to force overtime for Bay Shore (1-1).

Trevor Bovich and Kevin Braddish each scored twice to lead West Islip (2-1, 2-0) in Division I.
Thursday, April 4th Results

Mount Sinai over Mercy, 16-1
Bellport crushes Hampton Bays, 17-2
Friends Academy handles Port Washington, 9-1
Hewlett outduels South Side, 3-2
Oyster Bay triples Roslyn, 12-4
New Hyde Park triples Clarke, 18-6
Islip blanks Center Moriches, 13-0
Baldwin over Plainedge, 7-2
Comsewogue over Westhampton, 13-6
St. Anthony's edges St. John the Baptist, 8-7
Shoreham-Wading River over Huntington, 11-5
Kings Park blanks East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson, 9-0
Bayport-Blue Point over Greenport/Mattituck/Southold, 15-5
East Meadow doubles Holy Trinity, 8-4
Eastport-South Manor over Rocky Point, 9-2

Highlights

Jimmy Anderson scored with five minutes left off a feed from Jared Strauss to lead Hewlett (2-3) over South Side (1-4) in non-league.

St. Anthony's scores three in the final quarter to get the win over St. John the Baptist.

Many other matches were blowouts of varying degrees.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/05/13 02:19 AM
What happened to St Anthony's? Is St John's that strong?

Originally Posted by CageSage
Thursday, April 4th Results

Mount Sinai over Mercy, 16-1
Bellport crushes Hampton Bays, 17-2
Friends Academy handles Port Washington, 9-1
Hewlett outduels South Side, 3-2
Oyster Bay triples Roslyn, 12-4
New Hyde Park triples Clarke, 18-6
Islip blanks Center Moriches, 13-0
Baldwin over Plainedge, 7-2
Comsewogue over Westhampton, 13-6
St. Anthony's edges St. John the Baptist, 8-7
Shoreham-Wading River over Huntington, 11-5
Kings Park blanks East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson, 9-0
Bayport-Blue Point over Greenport/Mattituck/Southold, 15-5
East Meadow doubles Holy Trinity, 8-4
Eastport-South Manor over Rocky Point, 9-2

Highlights

Jimmy Anderson scored with five minutes left off a feed from Jared Strauss to lead Hewlett (2-3) over South Side (1-4) in non-league.

St. Anthony's scores three in the final quarter to get the win over St. John the Baptist.

Many other matches were blowouts of varying degrees.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/06/13 02:34 AM
I have he is just in 5th grade - crush'em!
Originally Posted by Anonymous

Find me an attackman that can rush the passer and I can get the same standars applied for him


Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Question, what happens to the say 2015 kid who verbally commits to a college and then does not do well on his/hers SAT exam?


The kid still has to go threw the admissions process - the application will be supported by the coach and that is how kids get into schools that they might normally not get into but a condition that the coach will make very clear to the player is that they still have to be accepted by admissions.

I have always thought that this is the one out that a coach might have on a commit he may lose interest in, the coach can not support the admissions application as strongly as was expected and ooooops sorry you didn't get in.


Happened very recently with a boy from Garden City and Duke.


Garden City seems shaky on this front.


It's a double standard for lacrosse players. Do you think the the football and basketball players are being held to the same lofty standards for admissions at many of these colleges??? Ivies and a few high profile schools, maybe. Many others, no way!!
Friday, April 5th Results

Bay Shore edges Lindenhurst, 9-8
Connetquot crushs Brentwood, 20-2
Floyd edges Longwood, 11-10
Northport over Half Hollow Hills East, 13-9
Smithtown East triples Commack, 12-4
Smithtown West triples Hauppauge, 12-4
Ward Melville over Whitman, 15-6
West Babylon over Copiague, 12-10
West Islip over Half Hollow Hills West, 6-3
Cold Spring Harbor over Hicksville, 9-3
Deer Park over Hempstead, 11-4
Elmont over Lawrence, 16-3
Farmingdale over Carey, 5-2
Great Neck South over Glen Cove, 13-7
Island Trees edges Wheatley, 7-6
Kellenberg over Fox Lane, 18-11
Long Beach over Oceanside, 8-4
Mineola over Calhoun, 10-7
North Shore over Bellmore JFK, 16-10
Sachem North over Penfield, 9-8

Highlights

Sachem North netted two in the fourth quarter for a 9-8 comeback win over Penfield. Meanwhile, Long Beach netted four in the final stanza for the 8-4 win over Long Beach.

Bay Shore's Andrew Darcy scored with less than 90 seconds remaining for their win over Lindenhurst. Similarly, Floyd's Eddie Hilkewicz scored the winner with six seconds remaining in their 11-10 win over Longwood.

Another nailbiter saw Island Trees score with less than three minutes remaining for a 7-4 lead; Wheatley scored twice late to close out the action.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/06/13 04:25 PM
What about yesterdays Pequa vs Wantagh game? Who won?
Originally Posted by Anonymous
What about yesterdays Pequa vs Wantagh game? Who won?
Do not know how we missed this game as it was one of the day's top matches. In the end, Massapequa defeated Wantagh, 16-6. The Chiefs scored eight goals in both halves which does not tell the full story - Massapequa exploded in the fourth quarter scoring all eight second half goals in that stanza. Heading into the fourth, the score was 8-4 and Wantagh was never really "in" the match.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/06/13 04:40 PM
St Anthony's vs Delbarton in half hour. Can be seen on MSG Varsity. first real test for the Friars. Should tell us where they really are at for 2013
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/06/13 04:52 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
What about yesterdays Pequa vs Wantagh game? Who won?


Proud pappa felt left out?
Saturday, April 6th Results

Locust Valley over Roslyn, 12-8
Lynbrook over Baldwin, 9-4
Riverhead over East Islip, 7-2
Kings Park over St. John the Baptist, 7-6, 3OTs
New Hyde Park over Sewanhaka, 18-10
St. Mary's over Cardinal Spellman, 14-1
Malverne/East Rockaway over Herricks, 4-1
Oyster Bay doubles Copiague, 12-6
Garden City over Duxbury, 10-1 (Late Report)

Highlights

Kings Park 7, St. John the Baptist 6 (3OT): Tied at six with 2:35 left in the third overtime, Roy Decker scored on an assist from Joey O'Connor to give Kings Park (4-1) the non-league win. Junior Mike Greco had a career-high 17 saves and Luke Toscano played well on defense. Charles Lloyd scored with 1:47 left in regulation for St. John the Baptist to tie the game and force overtime.

Although not a Long Island powerhouse, Malverne/East Rockaway has now compiled a solid 5W-1L record early this season.

Special Note : Hauppauge defeated Sachem North in a replay of the final 30 seconds of a game arlier this week. A referee error inappropriately gave an extra timeout to Sachem North which was converted. The game was successfully protested and the replay went to Hauppauge.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/06/13 07:19 PM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Saturday, April 6th Results

Locust Valley over Roslyn, 12-8
Lynbrook over Baldwin, 9-4
Riverhead over East Islip, 7-2
Kings Park over St. John the Baptist, 7-6, 3OTs
New Hyde Park over Sewanhaka, 18-10
St. Mary's over Cardinal Spellman, 14-1
Malverne/East Rockaway over Herricks, 4-1
Oyster Bay doubles Copiague, 12-6
Garden City over Duxbury, 10-1 (Late Report)

Highlights

Kings Park 7, St. John the Baptist 6 (3OT): Tied at six with 2:35 left in the third overtime, Roy Decker scored on an assist from Joey O'Connor to give Kings Park (4-1) the non-league win. Junior Mike Greco had a career-high 17 saves and Luke Toscano played well on defense. Charles Lloyd scored with 1:47 left in regulation for St. John the Baptist to tie the game and force overtime.

Although not a Long Island powerhouse, Malverne/East Rockaway has now compiled a solid 5W-1L record early this season.

Special Note : Hauppauge defeated Sachem North in a replay of the final 30 seconds of a game arlier this week. A referee error inappropriately gave an extra timeout to Sachem North which was converted. The game was successfully protested and the replay went to Hauppauge.


How about a report of Delbarton over St. Anthony's. Based on prior comments on this board, it was as if NJ didn't exist. Delbarton, Don Bosco, Summit, legit.
Originally Posted by Anonymous
How about a report of Delbarton over St. Anthony's. Based on prior comments on this board, it was as if NJ didn't exist. Delbarton, Don Bosco, Summit, legit.
Final Score : Delbarton over St. Anthony's, 7-3.

Media Report : Grant Van Fossan scored three goals and Delbarton benefited from a gritty defensive effort in its 7-3 victory over Long Island powerhouse St. Anthony’s on Saturday afternoon in South Huntington.

Jordan Dowiak, Tom Fowler, Kevin Lewis and Matt Killian also tallied for the Green Wave, who got some long-awaited revenge after suffering a 10-9 setback against the Friars in a regular-season matchup last April.

Dylan Molloy, Nick Koshansky and Mike Laviano all scored for St. Anthony, which trailed, 3-1, at halftime and never recovered in its first loss of the season. The Friars were coming off wins over Kellenberg, Holy Trinity, Immaculata and, most recently, St. John the Baptist.

They currently sit atop the MSG Varsity Suffolk County rankings, ahead of Smithtown West, Ward Melville and West Islip.

In Delbarton’s first contest of the 2013 campaign, the Boston College-bound Van Fossan also capitalized three times, while the Green Wave strung together seven unanswered goals after a sluggish start in their 9-5 victory over fellow North Jersey powerhouse Ridgewood on Wednesday afternoon.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/07/13 01:48 AM
Wantagh was dismantled in the 4th quarter. Was a game until then but you knew pequa would come out on top. Looks like pequa and syosset again in conf 1. I have no doubt it will be GC and possibly Wantagh or LB in conf 2.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/08/13 05:58 PM
St A's alum, hats off to Delbarton who was clearly the better team on Saturday. Never was in doubt that they would win that game. Congrats to them. We have some work to do. First game with Chaminade coming up Thursday. For the NJ lax fan we will be seeing Don Bosco on the 22nd. No NJ lax hating here
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/08/13 08:03 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
St A's alum, hats off to Delbarton who was clearly the better team on Saturday. Never was in doubt that they would win that game. Congrats to them. We have some work to do. First game with Chaminade coming up Thursday. For the NJ lax fan we will be seeing Don Bosco on the 22nd. No NJ lax hating here
Thanks for the candid response, appreciated. I am sure several LI teams will have their way with the NJ teams as they have many years, just felt NJ teams deserve a little more respect than they get sometimes on this board (obviously not from you). thanks
Newsday's Top Ten Long Island Boys Teams - Rankings as of April 8th

1. Chaminade (3-0)
2. St. Anthony's (4-1)
3. Garden City (4-1)
4. Smithtown West (5-0)
5. West Islip (3-1)
6. Ward Melville (4-0)
7. Massapequa (4-1)
8. Sayville (4-0)
9. Shoreham-Wading River (3-0)
10. Norhtport (5-0)
Monday, April 8th Results

Whitman over Commack, 13-6
Mepham over Great Neck South, 16-9
Westhampton over East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson, 14-2
Harborfields over Deer Park, 17-1
Comsewogue over St. John the Baptist, 14-2

Sunday, April 7th Results

St. Dominic over St. Joseph by the Sea, 15-2

Highlights

In the "Hampton Bowl", Westhampton built a 12-1 halftime lead on their way to today's win.
Tuesday, April 9th Results

South Side triples New Hyde Park, 15-5
Hauppauge over Middle Country, 10-4
Carey crushes Herricks, 16-1
Garden City hammers Roslyn, 21-4
Division over Malvern East Rockaway, 11-3
half Hollow Hills West over North Babylon, 13-11
Farmingdale over Baldwin, 10-9, Overtime
Riverhead over Brentwood, 20-2
Lindenhurst over half Hollow Hills East, 11-8
Floyd over Comsewogue, 11-4
Smithtown East over West Islip, 13-6
Manhasset over Bethpage, 16-3
Lynbrook over Great Neck North, 11-5
Ward Melville over Sachem North, 17-6
Connetquot over Patchigue-Medford, 17-7
Longwood over West Babylon, 6-4
St. Mary's over Xaverian, 15-2
Glen Cove over Wheatley, 16-12
Hewlett over Floral Park, 8-3
Plainedge edges Sewanhaka, 6-5

Highlights

Tied at nine with about 3:30 left, Chris Brown scored unassisted to give Farmingdale (6-1, 1-0) the win in Conference A-I. Farmingdale trailed 9-8 with about 2:00 left in regulation until Tom Kennedy scored unassisted to force overtime. Brown and Kennedy finished with two goals each.

Smithtown East 13, West Islip 6: Kyle Gerfo won 14 out of 18 faceoffs to lead Smithtown East (3-1) in Division I. Freshman Dan Rooney scored five goals and had an assist. It was Smithtown East’s first ever win against West Islip, the defending state champion. Brian Balkam recorded a dozen saves.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/10/13 01:13 AM
I think West Islip may lose 5-6 games this year. I don't think they have lost more than two a season in over ten years.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/10/13 02:37 AM
I believe that is Floyd over Copaigue not Comsewogue.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/10/13 02:43 AM
Wow...west,isip has slipped a bit... Interesting...what will their solution be?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/10/13 02:43 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I think West Islip may lose 5-6 games this year. I don't think they have lost more than two a season in over ten years.


It is a combination of WI being a little down and a lot of other teams have closed the gap, instead of just one team a year challenging them (usually WM) now 6-7 teams can play with them. WI is still an unbelievable story over the last 10 years. I believe the below is correct

'05 19-2
'06 23-0 State Champs
'07 22-1 State Champs
'08 19-2
'09 22-1 State Champs
'10 21-1 State Champs
'11 19-1
'12 21-1 State Champs
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/10/13 06:30 PM
Wow, how about just showing some love for Smithtown East for winning the game rather than questioning whats wrong with WI?! They haven't been as strong as SW the last few years but there is some talent on that SE team.
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Wow, how about just showing some love for Smithtown East for winning the game rather than questioning whats wrong with WI?! They haven't been as strong as SW the last few years but there is some talent on that SE team.
Last night on MSG Varsity, there was statistic mentioned in passing that was noteworthy : this was the first regular season loss for West Islip to a public high school since the opening league game in 2010.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/10/13 07:56 PM
Big game this afternoon. Port Washington vs Uniondale
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/10/13 08:51 PM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Wow, how about just showing some love for Smithtown East for winning the game rather than questioning whats wrong with WI?! They haven't been as strong as SW the last few years but there is some talent on that SE team.
Last night on MSG Varsity, there was statistic mentioned in passing that was noteworthy : this was the first regular season loss for West Islip to a public high school since the opening league game in 2010.


Cage,

Cark also mentioned when he played he didn't know he was going to 'cuse until the winter of his senior year and that most players were at least 2 sport if not 3 sport players. How many of the top players this season played multiple sports
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Cage,

Cark also mentioned when he played he didn't know he was going to 'cuse until the winter of his senior year and that most players were at least 2 sport if not 3 sport players. How many of the top players this season played multiple sports
Recruiting and competitive levels were a different animal in the 1980s/1990s.
Wednesday, April 10th Results

Bellport over Deer Park, 19-1 (13-0 Halftime)
Bayport-Blue Point over Hampton Bays, 18-1 (15-0 Halftime)
Miller Place over Mercy, 17-0 (13-0 Halftime)
Westhampton over Glenn, 10-3
Shoreham-Wading River over Kings Park, 16-4 (15-1 Halftime)
Locust Valley over Island Trees, 12-5
Port Washington over Uniondale, 9-2
Mineola over Clarke, 13-2
Huntington blanks Greenport/Southold/Mattituck, 14-0
Comsewogue over East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson, 16-1 (11-1 Halftime)
Babylon over Harborfields, 11-5
Seaford over West Hempstead, 12-3
Cold Spring Harbor over Oyster Bay, 12-8
Great Neck North over Portledge, 12-3
Rocky Point over Mount Sinai, 9-8, Overtime
Wantagh over Bellevue, Washington, 8-6
Kellenberg over Holy Trinity, 13-2
Plainview JFK edges Oceanside, 6-5

Highlights

As of 8:00pm Wednesday evening, the results were so lopsided including some pitiful Section XI mismatches that no highlights are worth sharing. BOTC will not generally celebrate the "piling-on" which seems to becoming common place in Section XI lacrosse recently.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/11/13 12:20 AM
Who won the Chaminade / St Anthony's game
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Who won the Chaminade / St Anthony's game
Final score just into us at BOTC.

Chaminade over St. Anthony's, 10-6
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/11/13 01:36 PM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Wednesday, April 10th Results

Bellport over Deer Park, 19-1 (13-0 Halftime)
Bayport-Blue Point over Hampton Bays, 18-1 (15-0 Halftime)
Miller Place over Mercy, 17-0 (13-0 Halftime)
Westhampton over Glenn, 10-3
Shoreham-Wading River over Kings Park, 16-4 (15-1 Halftime)
Locust Valley over Island Trees, 12-5
Port Washington over Uniondale, 9-2
Mineola over Clarke, 13-2
Huntington blanks Greenport/Southold/Mattituck, 14-0
Comsewogue over East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson, 16-1 (11-1 Halftime)
Babylon over Harborfields, 11-5
Seaford over West Hempstead, 12-3
Cold Spring Harbor over Oyster Bay, 12-8
Great Neck North over Portledge, 12-3
Rocky Point over Mount Sinai, 9-8, Overtime
Wantagh over Bellevue, Washington, 8-6
Kellenberg over Holy Trinity, 13-2
Plainview JFK edges Oceanside, 6-5

Highlights

As of 8:00pm Wednesday evening, the results were so lopsided including some pitiful Section XI mismatches that no highlights are worth sharing. BOTC will not generally celebrate the "piling-on" which seems to becoming common place in Section XI lacrosse recently.


What's the problem in Section 11? Sage....share some light on this.
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
Highlights

As of 8:00pm Wednesday evening, the results were so lopsided including some pitiful Section XI mismatches that no highlights are worth sharing. BOTC will not generally celebrate the "piling-on" which seems to becoming common place in Section XI lacrosse recently.


What's the problem in Section 11? Sage....share some light on this.
BOTC as a general rule will not highlight individual players from games with scores such as 19-1, 18-1, or 17-0. Do we really need to hear about Player X sooring eight goals against an overmatched opponent? We will always try to include some mention of a close match or an overtime contest. Individual "career" or school records are elements we also try to capture.

Back to your question, our feeling is that Section XI should have a better handle on the scheduling to avoid these types of match-ups and more specifically move to an ability based scheduling system. Section VIII has made some solid strides on that front and it is time for the Section XI group to get on board with that process.
MSG Varsity will be carrying the following matches live on Saturdays over the next five weeks of the High School Varsity Season.

April 13th : Chaminade vs. Manhasset, 11:00am
April 20th : Garden City vs. Ward Melville, 11:00am
April 27th : Garden City vs. Manhasset, 7:00pm
May 4th : Darien vs. St. Anthony's, TBD
May 11th : Shoreham-Wading River vs. Garden City, TBD

Remember that the April 27th match is the 123rd Edition of the Woodstick Classic.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/11/13 07:59 PM
Originally Posted by CageSage
MSG Varsity will be carrying the following matches live on Saturdays over the next five weeks of the High School Varsity Season.

April 13th : Chaminade vs. Manhasset, 11:00am
April 20th : Garden City vs. Ward Melville, 11:00am
April 27th : Garden City vs. Manhasset, 7:00pm
May 4th : Darien vs. St. Anthony's, TBD
May 11th : Shoreham-Wading River vs. Garden City, TBD

Remember that the April 27th match is the 123rd Edition of the Woodstick Classic.


was the chaminade/st anthony's game on msg?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/11/13 08:33 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
I think West Islip may lose 5-6 games this year. I don't think they have lost more than two a season in over ten years.


West Islip is in big trouble. They may lose 7 games. I live in the town and I watch them all the time. Despite great coaching, it seems this years team is lacking a competitive face off kid and the goaltending has been spotty at best. They have a couple of very good players but they have absolutely no depth. Im afraid Scott Craig isnt pulling any rabbits out of hats this year.
Thursday, April 11th Results

East Islip over Brentwood, 19-1 (16-0 Halftime)
St. John the Baptist over St. Mary's, 8-2
Sachem North over Middle Country, 8-2
Manhasset over North Shore, 14-4
Jericho blanks Herricks, 13-0
Riverhead over Longwood, 10-2
Sachem East over North Babylon, 16-10
Massapequa over Farmingdale, 9-5
Floral Park over Wheatley, 6-3
St. Dominic over Lawrence, 14-6
West Islip over Whitman, 9-4
Patchogue-Medford over Floyd, 13-5

Highlights

Massapequa 9, Farmingdale 5: Craig Berge had five goals and Paul Bentz had four assists to lead Massapequa (2-0) in Conference A.

West Islip 9, Whitman 4: Mike Moynihan scored three goals and had two assists to propel West Islip (4-1) in League I.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/12/13 12:39 AM
Chaminade vs St Anthony's result?
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Chaminade vs St Anthony's result?
This was a Wednesday game and the final result was 10-6 for Chaminade over St. Anthony's. My favorite quote of the day came from a contributor who asked "Do you think that Newsday knows that St. Anthony's lost?"
Friday, April 12th Results

Mount Sinai over Deer Park, 11-4
St. Dominic over Long Island Lutheran, 12-5
Bay Shore crushes Commack, 14-1
Smithtown East over Lindenhurst, 12-2
Friends Academy over West Hempstead, 18-2 (10-0, First Quarter)
Division over Hewlett, 7-4
Connetquot over Copiague, 14-1
Ward Melville over Half Hollow Hills West, 15-4
Smithtown West over Half Hollow Hills East, 11-5
Mercy over Knox, 18-3
Syosset over Hicksville, 15-2
Great Neck North over Lawtence, 23-9
Long Beach over South Side, 11-9
Port Washington over Oceanside, 12-10
Iona Prep over Kellenberg, 14-10

Highlights

Ward Melville and Smithtown West remain undefeated by taking advantage of the Half Hollow Hills West and East schools in the sloppy Friday afternoon conditions.

James Forkin's five goals led Long Beach (6-0) past South Side in Division I play. Chris Parler added three goals.
Saturday, April 13th Results

Chaminade over Manhasset, 10-3
East Hampton over Center Moriches, 10-6
East Meadow over Freeport, 14-2
Bellport crushes Mercy, 20-1 (13-0 Halftime)
Baldwin over Valley Stream District, 13-5
Hauppauge over Cheshire (CT), 12-6
Bethpage over Sewanhaka, 11-9
Uniondale over Hempstead, 19-7
St. Mary's over Monsignor Farrell, 10-4
West Islip over Ridgewood, 11-8
Bayport-Blue Point over Kings Park, 10-9, Overtime
Glenn blanks Hampton Bays, 16-0 (13-0, First Quarter)
East Islip over New Milford (CT), 9-5
North Shore twenties Lawtrence, 20-8
St. Anthony's over Somers, 11-5
Cold Spring Harbor blanks Island Trees, 14-0
Holy Trinity over North Babylon, 16-9
Eastport-South Manor over Sayville, 12-11
Babylon over Greenport/Southold/Mattituck, 16-5
Miller Place over Rocky Point, 12-3

Highlights

Jumping out to a 3-0 lead in the first quarter and 5-1 at the half, Chaminade was in complete control with a 9-1 lead in the fourth quarter.

Hauppauge 12, Cheshire (CT) 6: Danny Murphy had four goals and one assist to lead Hauppauge (4-1) in non-league.

Bethpage 11, Sewanhaka 9: Christian Feruzza scored three of his five goals in the fourth quarter, including one with 1:21 left off a pass from Phil Fraher that gave Bethpage (2-6,1-1) the 11-9 advantage in Conference III. Sewanhaka scored six unanswered goals to start the second half to come within 8-7, but Feruzza scored goals with 7:03 and 5:21 left in the fourth to put Bethpage back ahead 10-7.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/14/13 12:11 AM
What's going on at wantagh. Bellmore JFK loses by a goal. I heard JFK had them on the ropes all game. That's what you get for underestimating your opponent I guess. Should be a good game against long beach. Carry that same intensity over to the next game JFK.
Current boys lacrosse points leaders across Long Island heading into the week of April 15th.

Player School Points
Tim Ahern St. Mary's 50
Kieran Mullins Islip 48
Ryan Keenan Smithtown West 45
Brian Ward Bayport-Blue Point 44
Robert Campbell Great Neck North 43
Desmond Scanlon Great Neck North 39
Nick Santorelli Babylon 39
Tyler DeLuca Comsewogue 36
Ryan Hubbard Riverhead 35
Jack Bruckner Ward Melville 35
Brian Gaffney Mineola 35
Ryan Mahon Bethpage 34
Danny Speicher Seaford 34
James Forkin Long Beach 33
Christian Trasolini New Hyde Park 33
Tyler Warner Baldwin 31
Brandon Watson Wantagh 30
R.J. Beil St. Dominic 30
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/15/13 01:00 PM
Big early season show down today. WM vs Smithtown West...
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/15/13 03:13 PM
Any garden city vs wantagh score predictions ?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/15/13 03:20 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any garden city vs wantagh score predictions ?

GC 14 Wantagh 5
The following are some of the top local and regional boys matchups coming up for the week of April 15th.

4/15 Ward Melville (NY) Smithtown West (NY)
4/15 West Islip (NY) Northport (NY)
4/17 Wantagh (NY) Garden City (NY)
4/20 Duxbury (MA) Shoreham-Wading River (NY)
4/20 John Jay-Cross River (NY) Manhasset (NY)
4/20 Smithtown West (NY) Northport (NY)
4/20 Ward Melville (NY) Garden City (NY)
4/20 West Genesee (NY) Jamesville-DeWitt (NY)
Newsday's Top Ten Long Island Boys Lacrosse Rankings - April 15th

1. Chaminade (5-0)
2. Garden City (5-1)
3. Smithtown West (7-0)
4. Ward Melville (6-0)
5. St. Anthony's (5-2)
6. West Islip (5-2)
7. Massapequa (TBD)
8. Syosset (5-1)
9. Shoreham-Wading River (5-0)
10. Smithtown East (5-1)
Monday, April 15th Results

Smithtown East over Sachem East, 16-3
Mepham over Great Neck North, 9-6
Lindenhurst over Pat-Med, 15-10
West Islip edges Northport, 7-6
St. Mary's over St. Raymond, 17-4

Highlights

West Islip 7, Northport 6: Kevin Braddish scored unassisted with 1:58 remaining to lead West Islip (5-1) in Division I. Ryan Wieczorek and Trevor Bovich each scored two goals.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/15/13 11:48 PM
Dont forget ward melville over smithtown west--13 to 4
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/15/13 11:59 PM
WM defeats Smithtown West 14-3
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/16/13 12:19 AM
Ward Melville over Smithown West 13-4
Monday, April 15th Results (Updated - 9:00pm)

Smithtown East over Sachem East, 16-3
Mepham over Great Neck North, 9-6
Lindenhurst over Pat-Med, 15-10
West Islip edges Northport, 7-6
St. Mary's over St. Raymond, 17-4
Riverhead over Half Hollow Hills West, 11-3
Ward Melville over Smithtown West, 13-4
Half Hollow Hills East over West Babylon, 17-7
Sachem North over Bay Shore, 10-9, Overtime
Glen Cove over Malverne/East Rockaway, 10-8
Lynbrook handles Plainedge, 15-7

Highlights

West Islip 7, Northport 6: Kevin Braddish scored unassisted with 1:58 remaining to lead West Islip (5-1) in Division I. Ryan Wieczorek and Trevor Bovich each scored two goals.

Sachem North 10, Bay Shore 9 (OT): Tied at nine with 1:09 left in overtime, Joe Caridi scored unassisted to give Sachem North (3-3) the win in Division I. Caridi finished with four goals and two assists. Mike Calvagna won 12 of 17 faceoffs. Jake Sheets scored with :19 left in regulation to tie the game for Bay Shore and force overtime.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/16/13 01:58 PM
WOW, how good is WM? Can't wait to see what happens against GC!!!
Originally Posted by Anonymous
WOW, how good is WM? Can't wait to see what happens against GC!!!
That 13-4 win was certainly as lopsided a score as anyone could have predicted.
Nike/US Lacrosse High School Boys' Top 25 for April 16th

Among the Long Island teams in the Top 25 are Chaminade, Smithtown West, Ward Melville, Garden City, St. Anthony's, West Islip, and Smithtown East.

1. Boys' Latin (Md.) 11-0, 175 (7), April 16 at St. Mary's
2. Chaminade (N.Y.) 7-0, 168, April 17 at Holy Trinity (N.Y.)
3. Gonzaga (D.C.) 11-2, 160, April 16 at Paul VI (Va.)
4. Ithaca (N.Y.) 6-0, 152, April 17 Binghamton (N.Y.)
5. Jamesville-DeWitt (N.Y.) 6-0, 142, April 16 Cortland (N.Y.)

6. Calvert Hall (Md.) 6-2, 134, April 16 at Archbishop Spalding (Md.)
7. Smithtown West (N.Y.) 7-1, 133, April 17 Half Hollow Hills West (N.Y.)
8. Malvern Prep (Pa.) 7-0, 130, April 16 at No. 23 Episcopal Academy (Pa.)
9. St. Paul's (Md.) 11-1, 127, April 16 No. 18 Loyola-Blakefield (Md.)
10. Delbarton (N.J.) 6-0, 112, April 20 Mountain Lakes (N.J.)

11. Niskayuna (N.Y.) 5-0, 90, April 16 Guilderland (N.Y.)
12. Ward Melville (N.Y.) 7-0, 85, April 17 Half Hollow Hills East (N.Y.)
13. McDonogh (Md.) 7-3, 78, April 16 Mount St. Joseph (Md.)
14. Garden City (N.Y.) 5-1, 77, April 17 at Wantagh (N.Y.)
15. St. Anthony's (N.Y.) 5-2, 74, April 20 at Wilton (Conn.)

16. Culver Military (Ind.) 3-1, 52, April 20 Timon-St. Jude (N.Y.)
17. La Salle (Pa.) 5-2, 50, April 17 at Monsignor Bonner (Pa.)
18. Loyola-Blakefield (Md.) 7-4, 47, April 16 at No. 9 St. Paul's (Md.)
19. West Islip (N.Y.) 6-2, 43, April 17 Hauppauge (N.Y.)
20. Gilman (Md.) 3-1, 39, April 16 at Severn (Md.)

21. Hereford (Md.) 6-2, 38, April 17 at Eastern Tech (Md.)
22. Smithtown East (N.Y.) 6-1, 31, April 17 at West Babylon (N.Y.)
23. Episcopal Academy (Pa.) 7-3, 29, April 16 No. 8 Malvern Prep (Pa.)
24. Landon (Md.) 7-5, 28, April 19 Georgetown Prep (Md.)
25. Haverford School (Pa.) 7-3, 22, April 16 Springside Chestnut Hill (Pa.)
Tuesday, April 16th Results

Oyster Bay over Locust Valley, 6-5, Overtime
Friends Academy over Clarke, 17-2
Massapequa over Oceanside, 13-8
Mattituck/Greenport/Southold over Hampton Bays, 12-7
Mineola over West Hempstead, 10-6
Huntington doubles Harborfields, 10-5
Miller Place edges Bayport-Blue Point, 6-5
Jericho over New Hyde Park, 13-2
Comsewogue blanks Bellport, 11-0
Westhampton over Mount Sinai, 5-1
Shoreham-Wading River over Islip, 11-7
Seaford over Island Trees, 13-3
Syosset over Port Washington, 11-5
Rocky Point edges Glenn, 9-8
Sayville handles Kings Park, 16-1
Roslyn over Herricks, 12-1

Highlights

Miller Place 6, Bayport-Blue Point 5: Jake Buonaiuto scored one second before the half, off a feed from James Nielsen, to give Miller Place a 6-2 lead. Matt Liantonio made two lead-saving stops with under two minutes left in the fourth quarter. Liantonio made 14 saves for Miller Place (5-1) in Division II.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/17/13 12:45 AM
Any all conference or all county predictions?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/18/13 01:53 AM
Why does Cold Spring Harbor play in section 8 if they are a Suffolk school?
Wednesday, April 17th Results

Garden City handles Wantagh, 9-1
Northport over Whitman, 14-8
Hewlett over Plainedge, 8-5
Bronxville over Weathampton, 6-5, Overtime
Calhoun over Great Neck South, 13-4
West Islip over Hauppauge, 13-9
Long Beach over Bellmore JFK, 13-7
Commack edges Pat-Med, 6-5
Sachem North handles Floyd, 11-1
Smithtown East cruises past West Babylon, 17-3
Carey over South Side, 8-5
Sachem East over Riverhead, 7-5
Middle Country over Copiague, 10-3
East Islip over North Babylon, 14-6
Farmingdale edges Hicksville, 7-6, Overtime
Ward Melville over Half Hollow Hills East, 15-3
Sewanhaka over Wheatley/Carle Place, 14-3
Bethpage crushes Lawrence, 19-1
East Meadow over Valley Stream District, 12-3
Manhasset over Lynbrook, 10-6
Great Neck North over Malverne/East Rockaway, 6-2

Highlights

Garden City opened a 6-0 first quarter lead over Wantagh and coasted to a 9-1 final.

Ted Forst scored the game-winning goal in overtime for Bronxville after the team came back to tie the score at 5-5 with a 3-1 final quarter winning margin.

West Islip 13, Hauppauge 9: Ryan Wieczorek had four goals and two assists to lead West Islip (6-1) in Division I.

Commack 6, Patchogue-Medford 5: Shaun McMahon scored both the tying and winning goal. He tied it with 9:23 left in the fourth quarter and won it with 5:18 left. Austin Smith assisted on the game-winning goal. Sean Mcnierney made 13 saves for Commack (3-4) in Division I.

Farmingdale 7, Hicksville 6: Chris Lopez scored the game-winning goal 46 seconds into overtime. Lopez also sent the game to overtime with a goal at the final buzzer. Tom McPartland added three goals for Farmingdale (2-1) in Conference I.
Standings For Section XI Boys Lacrosse - April 17th

Team Name League Record Overall Record Total Points
DIV I
Ward Melville 6-0-0 7-0-0 148.320
West Islip 5-1-0 6-2-0 136.320
Smithtown East 5-1-0 6-1-0 130.320
Smithtown West 5-1-0 6-1-0 128.160
Riverhead 5-1-0 7-1-0 122.200
Northport 4-1-0 5-1-0 120.660
Connetquot 5-1-0 6-2-0 119.860
Hauppauge 3-1-0 4-1-0 114.500
Sachem North 3-3-0 4-3-0 109.500
H H Hills West 3-3-0 4-3-0 108.660
Bay Shore 3-3-0 5-3-0 107.990
Patchogue-Medford 3-2-0 4-2-0 107.000
Walt Whitman 2-4-0 4-4-0 103.320
Lindenhurst 3-3-0 5-3-0 101.330
East Islip 2-2-0 3-3-0 100.860
William Floyd 2-3-0 2-5-0 96.670
Sachem East 2-4-0 2-6-0 96.660
H H Hills East 1-4-0 2-4-0 93.660
Commack HS 2-4-0 2-5-0 86.860
Longwood 1-4-0 1-6-0 86.660
Middle Country 1-4-0 1-6-0 84.830
West Babylon 1-4-0 1-6-0 82.000
North Babylon 1-5-0 2-6-0 81.830
Copiague 1-5-0 2-6-0 79.530
Brentwood 0-5-0 0-7-0 76.860
 
DIV II
Shoreham WR 6-0-0 6-0-0 143.290
Eastport/SManor 5-1-0 6-2-0 133.990
Miller Place 5-1-0 7-1-0 133.520
Sayville 5-1-0 6-1-0 132.320
Comsewogue 5-1-0 7-1-0 131.910
Bayport-Blue Pt 5-1-0 7-1-0 120.440
Babylon 4-2-0 4-3-0 119.000
Huntington 4-2-0 4-3-0 118.290
Rocky Point 3-3-0 4-4-0 112.320
Westhampton 3-4-0 3-4-0 110.240
Islip 2-3-0 3-4-0 105.660
Kings Park 2-4-0 4-4-0 104.280
Bellport 3-3-0 3-4-0 100.400
Harborfields 2-3-0 2-5-0 97.340
EH/BH/PIER 3-4-0 3-6-0 95.240
Mt. Sinai 3-3-0 5-3-0 94.690
Elwood/J Glenn 2-4-0 3-4-0 86.360
Center Moriches 2-4-0 3-4-0 84.350
Matt/Gpt/Shld 1-5-0 3-5-0 81.830
Deer Park 1-5-0 2-6-0 73.490
Hampton Bays 0-6-0 0-7-0 66.860
McGann-Mercy 0-6-0 1-6-0 66.860
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/18/13 11:38 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Why does Cold Spring Harbor play in section 8 if they are a Suffolk school?


Does anyone know why CSH isn't in section 11?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/18/13 11:39 AM
GC way too much for Wantagh to handle. Wantagh could not posess the ball. Wantagh made some adjustments on D in the 2nd quarter that slowed the bleeding but they were outmatched and outplayed. GC on top of their game.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/18/13 04:09 PM
Because the school wanted to play in a real lacrosse conference
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/18/13 06:58 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Because the school wanted to play in a real lacrosse conference


I've always wondered why CSH a suffolk school plays in section 8 which is for Nassau. All of the other huntington schools play in section 11.
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Because the school wanted to play in a real lacrosse conference

I've always wondered why CSH a suffolk school plays in section 8 which is for Nassau. All of the other huntington schools play in section 11.
BOTC did some research on this topic.

The Hamlet of Cold Spring Harbor is solely in the Town of Huntington, Suffolk County, however the Cold Spring Harbor Central School District is partly in the Town of Huntington and partly in the Town of Oyster Bay and is therefore part of both Nassau and Suffolk Counties. While the School District is considered a Suffolk County District, the Cold Spring Harbor sports teams are considered to be part of Nassau County.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/18/13 07:58 PM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Because the school wanted to play in a real lacrosse conference

I've always wondered why CSH a suffolk school plays in section 8 which is for Nassau. All of the other huntington schools play in section 11.
BOTC did some research on this topic.

The Hamlet of Cold Spring Harbor is solely in the Town of Huntington, Suffolk County, however the Cold Spring Harbor Central School District is partly in the Town of Huntington and partly in the Town of Oyster Bay and is therefore part of both Nassau and Suffolk Counties. While the School District is considered a Suffolk County District, the Cold Spring Harbor sports teams are considered to be part of Nassau County.


Thank you!
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/18/13 07:58 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Because the school wanted to play in a real lacrosse conference


I've always wondered why CSH a suffolk school plays in section 8 which is for Nassau. All of the other huntington schools play in section 11.


Because CSH is special and above the riff raff of blue collar 11.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/18/13 09:14 PM
your kidding right? You don't actually believe Section 8 has better teams than Section 11
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/18/13 09:54 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
your kidding right? You don't actually believe Section 8 has better teams than Section 11


They view themselves closer to the demographics (high income etc.) of Manhasset and GC than anybody else.
Thursday, April 18th Results

Babylon over Hampton Bays, 15-2 (12-1 Halftime)
Mount Sinai edges Kings Park, 12-11
St. Dominic over St. Raymond HS for Boys, 14-2
Bellport over East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson, 9-5

Highlights

Mt. Sinai 12, Kings Park 11: Tied at 11 with :48 left in the game, freshman Matt Boscarino scored off an assist from Dan Bullis to give Mt. Sinai (4-3) in Division II. Mt. Sinai was down 11-10 with 1:26 left until senior Mike Faughnan scored his fifth goal of the game unassisted to tie things up.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/19/13 01:29 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
your kidding right? You don't actually believe Section 8 has better teams than Section 11


They view themselves closer to the demographics (high income etc.) of Manhasset and GC than anybody else.



You've just been baited into another of this sites rants
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/19/13 01:46 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
your kidding right? You don't actually believe Section 8 has better teams than Section 11


They view themselves closer to the demographics (high income etc.) of Manhasset and GC than anybody else.



You've just been baited into another of this sites rants


As Cold Spring Harbor is on the border of both Nassau is maller in size so travel to away games is much easier than hiking way out east also.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/19/13 02:32 PM
Nice excuse . You richies have personal helicopters to take you there. Lol.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/19/13 06:41 PM
The Hamlet of Cold Spring Harbor is solely in the Town of Huntington, Suffolk County.

The Cold Spring Harbor Central School District is partly in the Town of Huntington, Suffolk County and partly in the Town of Oyster Bay, Nassau County.

While the Cold Spring Harbor Central School District is considered a Suffolk County school district, the Cold Spring Harbor High School sports teams are considered Nassau County.

The "Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724" ZIP Code postal zone is partly in the Town of Huntington, Suffolk County and partly in the Town of Oyster Bay, Nassau County.

many kids going to CSH have Syosset mailing addresses (Adam Ghitelman comes to mind)
Friday, April 19th Results

Smithtown East over Sachem North, 12-8
Half Hollow Hills West over Brentwood, 20-2 (20-1 Halftime)
Farmingdale over East Meadow, 7-2
Massapequa over Hicksville, 14-1 (9-0 Halftime)
Connetquot over West Babylon, 17-10
Great Neck North over Wheatley, 13-5
Lindenhurst over Longwood, 16-10
Sachem East over East Islip, 13-2
Friends Academy blanks Island Trees, 17-0 (11-0 Halftime)

Lowlights

BOTC's first "Lowlights" Column of the season - and the winner is the coach of Half Hollow Hills West. All we can say is summarized in one word : "Really"?

Lest Friends Academy - the home of the Quakers - thinks they escape the "Lowlights" column with a 17-0 win, rest assured that we have this covered. Seriously, how do coaches allow this to happen?

Highlights

Smithtown East 12, Sachem North 8: James Tenbrink had five goals and one assist and Brian Willetts added four goals for Smithtown East (7-1) in Division I. Brian Balkam had 15 saves.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/20/13 01:02 AM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Friday, April 19th Results

Smithtown East over Sachem North, 12-8
Half Hollow Hills West over Brentwood, 20-2 (20-1 Halftime)
Farmingdale over East Meadow, 7-2
Massapequa over Hicksville, 14-1 (9-0 Halftime)
Connetquot over West Babylon, 17-10
Great Neck North over Wheatley, 13-5
Lindenhurst over Longwood, 16-10
Sachem East over East Islip, 13-2
Friends Academy blanks Island Trees, 17-0 (11-0 Halftime)

Lowlights

BOTC's first "Lowlights" Column of the season - and the winner is the coach of Half Hollow Hills West. All we can say is summarized in one word : "Really"?

Lest Friends Academy - the home of the Quakers - thinks they escape the "Lowlights" column with a 17-0 win, rest assured that we have this covered. Seriously, how do coaches allow this to happen?

Highlights

Smithtown East 12, Sachem North 8: James Tenbrink had five goals and one assist and Brian Willetts added four goals for Smithtown East (7-1) in Division I. Brian Balkam had 15 saves.



I see that the boys are as equally reckless!
Saturday, April 20th Results

Suosset over Oceanside, 14-6
Uniondale doubles Freeport, 6-3
Elmont edges Great Neck South, 16-15
Jericho over Mepham, 12-3
New Hyde Park over Herricks, 13-4
South Side over Calhoun, 11-2
Floral Park over Division, 5-4
Lynbrook over Bethpage, 10-2
North Shore over Hewlett, 17-13
Cold Spring Harbor over Mineola, 14-4
Middle Country over Riverhead, 10-7
Comsewogue over Glenn, 11-8
Eastport-South Manor over Mount Sinai, 9-4
Harborfields over Sayville, 13-10
Huntington over Bishop Guertin, 10-6
Kings Park over Mattituck/Greenport/Southold, 14-5
St. Mary's over St. Dominic, 9-3
Bellport over Stamford, 9-6
Great Neck North over Long Island Lutheran, 12-3
Shoreham-Wading River over Duxbury (MA), 9-7
Wantagh over Roslyn, 14-9
Ward Melville over Garden City, 7-3
Westhampton over Plainview JFK, 9-4
Northport over Smithtown West, 16-6
St. Anthony's over Wilton (CT), 14-4
Long Beach over Carey, 9-7
John Jay over Manhasset, 8-4

Highlights

Ward Melville scored four unanswered goals in the final stanza to defeat Garden City, 7-3, in a featured Long Island match. Ward Melville held the edge 2-1 heading into halftime. Christian Mazzone had three goals and Jack Bruckner added a goal and two assists for Ward Melville (9-0) in its non-division win.
Nassau (Section VIII) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - April 20th

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Suffolk (Section XI) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - April 20th


Team Name League Record Overall Record Total Points
DIV I
Ward Melville 7-0-0 8-0-0 148.810
West Islip 6-1-0 7-2-0 141.470
Smithtown East 6-1-0 7-1-0 134.060
Smithtown West 6-1-0 7-1-0 132.200
Northport 5-1-0 6-1-0 124.760
Bay Shore 4-3-0 6-3-0 117.610
Riverhead 5-2-0 7-2-0 117.350
Connetquot 5-2-0 6-3-0 114.240
Sachem North 4-3-0 5-3-0 113.610
Hauppauge 3-2-0 4-2-0 113.140
H H Hills West 3-4-0 4-4-0 107.150
East Islip 4-2-0 5-3-0 105.920
Sachem East 3-4-0 3-6-0 105.480
Walt Whitman 2-5-0 4-5-0 101.900
Lindenhurst 3-3-0 5-3-0 100.240
Patchogue-Medford 3-3-0 4-3-0 97.860
Commack HS 3-4-0 3-5-0 94.730
H H Hills East 1-5-0 2-5-0 93.810
William Floyd 2-4-0 2-6-0 93.800
Longwood 2-4-0 2-6-0 85.670
Middle Country 2-5-0 2-7-0 84.580
West Babylon 1-5-0 1-7-0 80.240
North Babylon 1-6-0 2-7-0 77.680
Brentwood 0-6-0 0-8-0 70.200
Copiague 1-6-0 2-7-0 68.770
 
DIV II
Shoreham WR 7-0-0 7-0-0 150.470
Comsewogue 6-1-0 8-1-0 139.460
Miller Place 5-1-0 7-1-0 131.380
Eastport/SManor 5-2-0 6-3-0 130.230
Sayville 5-2-0 6-2-0 127.370
Huntington 5-2-0 5-3-0 126.440
Babylon 5-2-0 5-3-0 122.340
Bayport-Blue Pt 6-1-0 8-1-0 122.290
Westhampton 3-4-0 3-4-0 112.320
Rocky Point 3-4-0 4-5-0 109.040
Bellport 4-3-0 4-4-0 104.140
Harborfields 3-3-0 3-5-0 98.060
Kings Park 2-5-0 4-5-0 98.030
Islip 2-4-0 3-5-0 97.620
Mt. Sinai 4-3-0 6-3-0 97.310
EH/BH/PIER 3-5-0 3-7-0 90.900
Elwood/J Glenn 3-4-0 4-4-0 90.880
Matt/Gpt/Shld 2-5-0 4-5-0 85.850
Center Moriches 2-5-0 3-5-0 75.340
Deer Park 1-6-0 2-7-0 73.230
Hampton Bays 0-7-0 0-8-0 67.340
McGann-Mercy 0-7-0 1-7-0 63.530
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/21/13 09:39 PM
still not reported by BOTC - Baldwin boys lax defeated Hempstead on Friday April 19th.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/21/13 10:57 PM
Originally Posted By: Anonymous
Because the school wanted to play in a real lacrosse conference

...Ward Melville over Garden City, 7-3

...Do you like Apples?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/22/13 02:59 AM
Nice write up in Newsday about the CSH 8th grader making big contribution to the varsity team. Great talent.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/22/13 03:44 PM
great kid, incredible talent
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/22/13 04:55 PM
Why was St. Anthony's / Don Bosco game cancelled today?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/22/13 06:49 PM
Heard that Bosco asked to have it rescheduled for later in the season
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/22/13 08:55 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
great kid, incredible talent

Friends will shut down CSH. Easy win for the Quakers
Monday, April 22nd Results

Connetquot outduels Half Hollow Hills East, 16-15, 2OT
Huntington over Center Moriches, 13-2
Shoreham-Wading River over Bayport-Blue Point, 15-4
Seaford over Uniondale, 13-6
Miller Place over East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson, 15-7
Mattituck/Greenport/Southold over Deer Park, 8-7
Westhampton over Bellport, 9-4
Babylon over Rocky Point, 7-6
Sachem North over Sachem East, 12-8
Kings Park over Mercy, 21-0 (18-0 Halftime)
Lindenhurst over North Babylon, 18-13
Islip over Hampton Bays, 14-5
Long Island Lutheran over Portledge, 11-1
Great Neck South over New Hyde Park, 14-11
Malverne/east Rockaway over Lawrence, 12-5
Northport over Hauppauge, 11-5

Highlights

Connetquot 16, Half Hollow Hills East 15 (2OT): Tied at 15 with 1:30 left in the second overtime, Matthew Oehl scored off an assist from Tyler Nason to give Connetquot (7-2) the win in Division I. Connetqout was down 15-14 in regulation until Tyler Rifice scored unassisted with :0.9 on the clock to force overtime. Rifice finished with four goals, Nason had three goals and two assists, and Mike [lacrosse] added four goals and two assists.

Babylon 7, Rocky Point 6: Ray Wardell had four goals, including a score with 2:21 left to lift Babylon (6-2) in Suffolk Division II. Nick Santorelli added three goals and an assist and scored early in the fourth to tie the score at 6 for Babylon.
Newsdays Top Ten Boys Lacrosse Rankings - April 22nd

1. Chaminade (7-0)
2. Ward Melville (9-0)
3. Garden City (6-2)
4. St. Anthony's (7-2)
5. West Islip (7-2)
6. Northport (8-1)
7. Massapequa (7-1)
8. Syosset (6-3)
9. Shoreham-Wading River (8-0)
10. Smithtown East (8-1)
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/23/13 02:22 PM
The Newsday rankings are comical. Smithtown East crushes West Islip yet they are at the bottom of the list and WI remains overrated based on reputation. Really? C'mon man.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/23/13 07:25 PM
The Newsday rankings are comical. St.Anthony's teams in all sports are often ranked higher than they should be, but really who has Smithtown East beaten other than the so-called overrated West Islip team that put them into the top 10 ?
Originally Posted by Anonymous
The Newsday rankings are comical. Smithtown East crushes West Islip yet they are at the bottom of the list and WI remains overrated based on reputation. Really? C'mon man.
Matches to watch over the remainder of this week :

April 23rd : Northport vs. Ward Melville
April 23rd : Smithtown West vs. West Islip
April 23rd : Syosset vs. Cold Spring Harbor
April 25th : Chaminade vs. St. Ignatius Prep (CA)
April 27th : Yorktown vs. Chaminade
April 27th : Manhasset vs. Garden City (Woodstick Classic)
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/23/13 11:42 PM
farmingdale is quiet this year...but I think they will win counties this year, strong team but quiet... lots of talent and young potential on the team watch out for them in 2015-2017 strong 8th grade program as well
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/24/13 12:25 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
farmingdale is quiet this year...but I think they will win counties this year, strong team but quiet... lots of talent and young potential on the team watch out for them in 2015-2017 strong 8th grade program as well

Farmingdale has a very strong defense but they can't score or win face offs. Future is bright though with best attack man being a freshman and starting goalie being a sophomore.
Tuesday, April 23rd Results

Floyd over Brentwood, 14-2
Riverhead over Happauge, 7-4
East Islip over Copiague, 16-4
St. Dominic doubles Mount St. Michael, 10-5
Manhasset handles Plainedge, 10-2
Hewlett edges Carey, 8-7
Smithtown East over Bay Shore, 11-6
Jericho over Oyster Bay, 12-5
South Side over Baldwin, 7-2
Plainview JFK triples Mepham, 9-3
Wheatley/Carle Place over Herricks, 11-6
Sewanhaka over Valley Stream District, 11-6
North Shore over Locust Valley, 12-4
Whitman over West Babylon, 12-3
Ward Melville handles Northport, 11-2
Smithtown West over West Islip, 10-7
Calhoun over Division, 10-4
Syosset edges Cold Spring Harbor, 8-7
Port Washington over New Hyde Park, 16-6
Patchogue-Medford blanks Longwood, 10-0

Highlights

Smithtown East 11, Bay Shore 6: Joe Saggese scored five goals to lead Smithtown East (8-1) in Division I. Bob Doyle won 11 out of 12 faceoffs and Brian Balkam recorded 16 saves.

Ward Melville 11, Northport 2: Danny Bucaro scored three goals, and Christian Mazzone scored two goals and had three assists to lead Ward Melville (10-0) in Division I.

Smithtown West 10, West Islip 7: George Schultz scored four goals to lead Smithtown West (8-2) in Division I.

Syosset 8, Cold Spring Harbor 7: Andrew Keith (two goals) scored the winner, unassisted, with a minute left in the fourth quarter for Syosset (7-3) in non-league. Mac O'Keefe's second goal had tied it with 4:10 remaining. Alex Concannon also scored twice and Harrison Schoenhaut had two assists. Ryan Feit made 11 saves, including two in the final minute, for the Braves. Walter Jordan scored three goals for Cold Spring Harbor (7-3).
Wednesday, April 24th Results

Garden City over Bellmore JFK, 9-2
Mattituck/Greenport/Southold over Mercy, 13-2
Westhampton over Rocky Point, 4-1
Huntington over Miller Place, 7-4
Kings Park edges Bellport, 8-7
Bayport-Blue Point over Mount Sinai, 12-8
Comsewogue doubles Eastport-South Manor, 8-4
Shoreham-Wading River edges Sayville, 6-5
Clarke over Hempstead, 12-10
Kellenberg over Hicksvile, 10-8
East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson over Hampton Bays, 12-3
Glenn over Harborfields, 15-4
Islip triples Babylon, 9-3
St. Mary's over Long Island Lutheran, 17-5

Highlights

Shoreham-Wading River 6, Sayville 5: Dan Malave scored with 9:42 left in the game, off an assist from Tim Rotanz, to give Shoreham-Wading River a 6-3 lead. Rotanz scored two goals for Shoreham-Wading River (9-0) in Division II.
Thursday, April 25th Results

Smithtown East over Connetquot, 15-7
Chamindale edges St. Ignatius Prep, 5-4
Bay Shore over West Babylon, 14-6
West Islip over Half Hollow Hills East, 14-5
Valley Stream District blanks Herricks, 8-0
Sachem East edges Floyd, 11-10
Wheatley/Carle Place over West Hempstead, 9-8, Overtime
Lynbrook edges Oceanside, 7-6
Lindenhurst over East Islip, 7-5
North Babylon twenties Brentwood, 20-4
Longwood edges Commack, 11-10, Overtime
St. Anthony's over Iona, 9-8
Calhoun over Mepham, 9-7
Smithtown West over Whitman, 13-3
Great Neck South over Great Neck North, 8-7
Roslyn over Freeport, 9-8

Highlights

Many exciting results from the Thursday afternoon action.

Chaminade 5, St. Ignatius College Prep 4: Ryan Lukacovic scored with 3:00 left in the third quarter to make it 5-2 and Chaminade (9-0) would hold on for the non-league win. Lukacovic had three goals and one assist.

Sachem East 11, Floyd 10: Tom Engleken scored four goals, including the winner with 14 seconds left for Sachem East in Division I. Joe Licata's goal tied it with 1:29 remaining for the Flaming Arrows (5-5). A.J. Solomito and Licata each had two goals and an assist, and Peter DeGennaro made 10 saves in the win.

Wheatley/Carle Place 9, West Hempstead 8: Brian Delay scored the winner off an assist from Owen Spisak three minutes into overtime to lead Wheatley/Carle Place (4-6) in non-league. Delay and Spisak each scored four goals.

Highlights: Longwood 11, Commack 10: Kyle Corona picked up a groundball and found Josh Harman who then fed Matt Hanley for the goal with :0.8 left in overtime to give Longwood (3-6) the win in Division I. Harman scored off an assist from Elijah Green with 2:31 left in regulation to force overtime. Hanley had three goals and Harman had one goal and two assists.
Friday, April 26th Results

Islip over Mercy, 12-4 (10-1 First Quarter)
East Meadow over Bellmore JFK, 12-9
Valley Stream District over Hempstead, 12-4
Miller Place over Bellport, 9-2
Huntington over Babylon, 12-4
Shoreham-Wading River over Harborfields, 17-2
Eastport-South Manor over Glenn, 16-4

Highlights

Valley Stream captures their first conference win of the season in their 12-4 game over Hempstead.

More results throughout the evening.
Suffolk (Section XI) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - April 26th


Team Name League Record Overall Record Total Points
DIV I
Ward Melville 9-0-0 11-0-0 161.330
Smithtown East 9-1-0 10-1-0 152.900
Northport 8-2-0 9-2-0 141.770
Smithtown West 8-2-0 10-2-0 139.550
West Islip 7-2-0 8-3-0 139.440
Sachem North 5-4-0 6-4-0 117.670
Connetquot 7-3-0 8-4-0 116.980
Bay Shore 5-4-0 7-4-0 116.900
Lindenhurst 6-3-0 8-3-0 116.120
Riverhead 6-3-0 8-3-0 114.750
Sachem East 5-5-0 5-7-0 112.560
Patchogue-Medford 6-3-0 7-3-0 111.110
Hauppauge 4-5-0 5-5-0 110.780
H H Hills West 4-5-0 5-5-0 107.090
East Islip 5-4-0 6-5-0 98.540
Walt Whitman 3-7-0 5-7-0 96.790
H H Hills East 2-7-0 3-7-0 92.780
Middle Country 4-6-0 4-8-0 89.780
William Floyd 3-6-0 3-8-0 83.200
Longwood 3-6-0 3-8-0 81.980
North Babylon 3-7-0 4-8-0 75.650
Commack HS 3-7-0 3-8-0 75.540
West Babylon 1-8-0 1-10-0 67.000
Copiague 1-8-0 2-9-0 58.650
Brentwood 0-9-0 0-11-0 47.640
 
DIV II
Shoreham WR 9-0-0 10-0-0 168.910
Comsewogue 8-1-0 10-1-0 152.340
Huntington 7-2-0 8-3-0 139.830
Eastport/SManor 6-3-0 7-4-0 131.390
Bayport-Blue Pt 7-2-0 9-2-0 129.590
Miller Place 6-2-0 8-2-0 127.260
Sayville 5-4-0 6-4-0 121.390
Westhampton 5-4-0 6-4-0 120.660
Babylon 6-3-0 6-4-0 119.750
Islip 4-4-0 5-5-0 105.870
Kings Park 5-5-0 7-5-0 105.420
Harborfields 4-4-0 4-6-0 97.420
Elwood/J Glenn 4-5-0 5-5-0 97.070
Rocky Point 3-6-0 4-7-0 96.950
EH/BH/PIER 4-6-0 4-8-0 91.810
Mt. Sinai 4-5-0 6-5-0 91.790
Bellport 4-5-0 5-6-0 91.630
Matt/Gpt/Shld 4-6-0 6-6-0 85.070
Center Moriches 3-6-0 4-6-0 77.290
Deer Park 1-8-0 2-9-0 59.300
Hampton Bays 0-9-0 0-10-0 54.300
McGann-Mercy 0-9-0 1-9-0 49.460
Saturday, April 27th Results

Oyster Bay over West Hempstead, 15-11
St. Mary's over Cardinal Hayes, 15-2
Half Hollow Hills East over Half Hollow Hills West, 16-8
Seaford over Mineola, 15-7
Wantagh over North Shore, 12-11
Hauppauge over Brewster, 13-5
Rocky Point over Center Moriches, 15-2
Lynbrook over Monroe Township (NJ), 13-6
Whitman over Brentwood, 20-2
St. John the Baptist over Fordham Prep, 7-5
MacArthur over Plainview JFK, 13-3
Sachem North over Riverhead, 9-4
Yorktown upsets Chaminade, 12-8
Calhoun over Floral Park, 10-5

News Item

Remember that at 7:00pm tonight, the Annual Woodstick Classic will be held between Garden City and Manhasset. If you cannot make it to the field for this 123rd renewal, watch the action on MSG Varsity live this evening.

Highlights

Half Hollow Hills East 16, Half Hollow Hills West 8: Jesse Parker had six goals and an assist to lead Hills East (3-6) in the Ray Enners Tournament.
Nassau (Section VIII) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - April 27th

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Originally Posted by CageSage
Saturday, April 27th Results

News Item

Remember that at 7:00pm tonight, the Annual Woodstick Classic will be held between Garden City and Manhasset. If you cannot make it to the field for this 123rd renewal, watch the action on MSG Varsity live this evening.
Heading into the fourth quarter, Manhasset is threatening the upset with a 6-4 lead over Garden City.
Originally Posted by CageSage
Originally Posted by CageSage
Saturday, April 27th Results

News Item

Remember that at 7:00pm tonight, the Annual Woodstick Classic will be held between Garden City and Manhasset. If you cannot make it to the field for this 123rd renewal, watch the action on MSG Varsity live this evening.
Heading into the fourth quarter, Manhasset is threatening the upset with a 6-4 lead over Garden City.
Final Score : Manhasset Indians over Gardent City Trojans, 9-7
In addition to the Manhasset upset of MSG Varsity #4 Garden City, Yorktown upset #1 Chaminade today, 12-8. Two of Long Island's top seeds were upset today in very good matches as we head into the first week of May this week.
Newsdays Top Ten Long Island Boys Lacrosse Teams - April 29th

1. Ward Melville (9-0)
2. Chaminade (9-1)
3. St. Anthony's (9-2)
4. Northport (10-2)
5. Syosset (8-3)
6. Smithtown West (10-2)
7. West Islip (8-3)
8. Long Beach (11-0)
9. Shoreham-Wading River (11-0)
10. Manhasset (8-3)
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/29/13 09:14 PM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Newsdays Top Ten Long Island Boys Lacrosse Teams - April 29th

1. Ward Melville (9-0)
2. Chaminade (9-1)
3. St. Anthony's (9-2)
4. Northport (10-2)
5. Syosset (8-3)
6. Smithtown West (10-2)
7. West Islip (8-3)
8. Long Beach (11-0)
9. Shoreham-Wading River (11-0)
10. Manhasset (8-3)


Lets see ward melville play the same schedule as chaminade and then compare the two...
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/29/13 10:53 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
Newsdays Top Ten Long Island Boys Lacrosse Teams - April 29th

1. Ward Melville (9-0)
2. Chaminade (9-1)
3. St. Anthony's (9-2)
4. Northport (10-2)
5. Syosset (8-3)
6. Smithtown West (10-2)
7. West Islip (8-3)
8. Long Beach (11-0)
9. Shoreham-Wading River (11-0)
10. Manhasset (8-3)


Lets see ward melville play the same schedule as chaminade and then compare the two...


Please explain how a 1 loss Smithtown East is not in this Top Ten!
Monday, April 29th Results

Huntington over Sayville, 8-4
Mepham over Uniondale, 12-8
Lindenhurst over Commack, 14-12
Riverhead over Floyd, 9-8, Double Overtime
Sachem East over Bay Shore, 15-13
West Babylon over Brentwood, 16-2
Longwood over Copiague, 9-6

Highlights

Huntington overcame a 4-3 third quarter deficit with five unanswered fourth quarter goals to move to 9-2 in Suffolk Division II.

Riverhead 9, Floyd 8: Ryan Hubbard's second goal came with 2:27 left in the second overtime for Riverhead (7-4) in Division I.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/30/13 01:50 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
Newsdays Top Ten Long Island Boys Lacrosse Teams - April 29th

1. Ward Melville (9-0)
2. Chaminade (9-1)
3. St. Anthony's (9-2)
4. Northport (10-2)
5. Syosset (8-3)
6. Smithtown West (10-2)
7. West Islip (8-3)
8. Long Beach (11-0)
9. Shoreham-Wading River (11-0)
10. Manhasset (8-3)


Lets see ward melville play the same schedule as chaminade and then compare the two...


Please explain how a 1 loss Smithtown East is not in this Top Ten!

Because all these ranking are a joke, the bigger the source the worse they are, look at ESPN or US Lacrosse Mage, way off base.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/30/13 02:31 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
Newsdays Top Ten Long Island Boys Lacrosse Teams - April 29th

1. Ward Melville (9-0)
2. Chaminade (9-1)
3. St. Anthony's (9-2)
4. Northport (10-2)
5. Syosset (8-3)
6. Smithtown West (10-2)
7. West Islip (8-3)
8. Long Beach (11-0)
9. Shoreham-Wading River (11-0)
10. Manhasset (8-3)


Lets see ward melville play the same schedule as chaminade and then compare the two...


Please explain how a 1 loss Smithtown East is not in this Top Ten!

Because all these ranking are a joke, the bigger the source the worse they are, look at ESPN or US Lacrosse Mage, way off base.


Wow, what a difference a year makes for GC. From #1 national ranking to not even top 10 on the Island in less than 12 months. Ouch.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/30/13 01:15 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
Newsdays Top Ten Long Island Boys Lacrosse Teams - April 29th

1. Ward Melville (9-0)
2. Chaminade (9-1)
3. St. Anthony's (9-2)
4. Northport (10-2)
5. Syosset (8-3)
6. Smithtown West (10-2)
7. West Islip (8-3)
8. Long Beach (11-0)
9. Shoreham-Wading River (11-0)
10. Manhasset (8-3)


Lets see ward melville play the same schedule as chaminade and then compare the two...


Please explain how a 1 loss Smithtown East is not in this Top Ten!

Because all these ranking are a joke, the bigger the source the worse they are, look at ESPN or US Lacrosse Mage, way off base.


Wow, what a difference a year makes for GC. From #1 national ranking to not even top 10 on the Island in less than 12 months. Ouch.


The next one to drop off the list is W I
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/30/13 03:25 PM
BIG GAME TODAY SYOSSET AT MASSAPEQUA
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/30/13 05:17 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous


Wow, what a difference a year makes for GC. From #1 national ranking to not even top 10 on the Island in less than 12 months. Ouch.


We all know that GC is better than some of those teams in the top 10
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/30/13 05:34 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


Wow, what a difference a year makes for GC. From #1 national ranking to not even top 10 on the Island in less than 12 months. Ouch.


We all know that GC is better than some of those teams in the top 10


Yeah But we all know if Newsday printed it it must be true.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/30/13 06:21 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
BIG GAME TODAY SYOSSET AT MASSAPEQUA


bigger than Long Beach / Garden City?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/30/13 06:30 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
BIG GAME TODAY SYOSSET AT MASSAPEQUA


stop yelling, you must be from Syosset
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/30/13 06:38 PM
Long Beach will take GC. 10-8.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/30/13 08:23 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Long Beach will take GC. 10-8.


Wow! Have these words ever been spoken (or even quietly considered as even remotely plausible) before? That's what 3 losses will do. Now everybody's jumping in and kicking the bully when he's down. How the mighty have fallen.
Tuesday, April 30th Results

Babylon over Deer Park, 16-3
Mount Sinai over Bellport, 12-10
Carey over Calhoun, 10-5
Wantagh handles South Side, 10-2
Great Neck South over Herricks, 15-4
Garden City over Long Beach, 8-5
Whitman over Half Hollow Hills East, 14-8
North Shore over Floral Park, 15-8
Bayport-Blue Point over Mercy, 16-2
Westhampton over Eastport-South Manor, 11-6
Holy Trinity edges St. Mary's, 8-7
Great Neck North triples Sewanhaka, 12-4
Shoreham-Wading River over Miller Place, 9-5
Chaminade over Kellenberg, 10-3
Plainedge over Bethpage, 8-5
Harborfield blanks Hampton Bays, 16-0
Kings Park over Center Moriches, 16-5

Highlights

Garden City 8, Long Beach 5: Cody George scored three goals and Justin Guterding had four assists to lead Garden City (8-3) in Conference II.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 04/30/13 11:37 PM
Massapequa was up 13 to 5 in 3 rd quarter.

Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/01/13 12:02 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Long Beach will take GC. 10-8.


I guess the glass slipper just broke there Cinderella!
Nike/US Lacrosse Boys’ Top 25 National Rankings - April 30th

1. Boys’ Latin (Md.) 15-0, 200 (8), April 30 at Mount St. Joseph (Md.)
2. Gonzaga (D.C.) 15-2, 168, April 30 at St. John’s (D.C.)
3. Ward Melville (N.Y.) 12-0, 164, May 2 William Floyd (N.Y.)
4. Delbarton (N.J.) 9-0, 164, April 30 West Morris Central (N.J.)
5. Jamesville-DeWitt (N.Y.) 11-0, 162, April 30 Homer (N.Y.)
6. Niskayuna (N.Y.) 9-0, 152, April 30 Shaker (N.Y.)
7. St. Paul’s (Md.) 15-1, 125, April 30 at No. 9 McDonogh (Md.)
8. Ithaca (N.Y.) 10-1, 122, April 30 Vestal (N.Y.)
9. McDonogh (Md.) 11-3, 119, April 30 No. 7 St. Paul’s (Md.)
10. Chaminade (N.Y.) 9-1, 115, April 30 Kellenberg Memorial (N.Y.)
11. Gilman (Md.) 10-2, 96, April 30 Loyola-Blakefield (Md.)
12. St. Anthony’s (N.Y.) 7-2, 92, May 1 at Fairfield Prep (Conn.)
13. Malvern Prep (Pa.) 10-1, 90, April 30 at Penn Charter (Pa.)
14. Calvert Hall (Md.) 7-5, 80, April 30 at Severn (Md.)
15. Culver Military (Ind.) 12-2, 72, May 4 vs. Mason (Ohio)
16. Episcopal Academy (Pa.) 12-3, 71, April 30 Springside Chestnut Hill (Pa.)
17. Smithtown East (N.Y.) 10-1, 63, May 2 Walt Whitman (N.Y.)
18. Shenendehowa (N.Y.) 8-1, 61, April 30 Burnt Hills (N.Y.)
19. Yorktown (N.Y.) 10-1, 58, April 30 Ridgefield (Conn.)
20. La Salle (Pa.) 12-2, 56, May 3 at St. Joseph’s (Pa.)
21. Garden City (N.Y.) 7-3, 29, April 30 Long Beach (N.Y.)
22. Hereford (Md.) 10-2, 28, May 1 Perry Hall (Md.)
23. West Islip (N.Y.) 8-4, 25, May 2 at West Babylon (N.Y.)
24. Georgetown Prep (Md.) 15-4, 20, April 30 Salesianum (Del.)
25t. Smithtown West (N.Y.) 10-2, 19, May 2 at Connetquot (N.Y.)
25t. Fayetteville-Manlius (N.Y.) 10-0, 19, April 30 at Henninger (N.Y.)
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/01/13 09:19 PM
I am a fan of the Lions, but West Islip is not top 25 this year.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/02/13 12:06 AM
Go Pat-Med! Gonna make the playoffs & have a winning record for the 1st time!
Wednesday, May 1st Results

Baldwin over Freeport, 16-5
Mepham over New Hyde Park, 8-7
Port Washington doubles Farmingdale, 10-5
Island Trees edges West Hempstead, 9-8
Oyster Bay over Clarke, 15-4
Manhasset over Hewlett, 7-5
Friends Academy over Seaford, 15-13
Plainview JFK doubles Uniondale, 8-4
St. Anthony's over Fairfield College Prep, 7-4
Hicksville over East Meadow, 13-5
Comsewogue over Rocky Point, 7-5
Portledge over Knox, 13-2

Highlights

Manhasset 7, Hewlett 5: Mike Fahey had two goals and Dylan Meyer made six saves to lead Manhasset (5-0) in Conference B-II.
Thursday, May 2nd Results

Lindenhurst over Brentwood, 21-8 (19-4 Halftime)
Garden City over Calhoun, 18-5 (13-1 Halftime)
Bay Shore over Half Hollow Hills East, 15-11
West Islip over West Babylon, 17-6
Chaminade over Bergen Catholic, 16-4
East Islip edges Longwood, 6-5
Islip over Harborfields, 10-9
Jericho over Great Neck South, 14-4
Smithtown East edges Whitman, 11-10
Ward Melville twenties Floyd, 20-6
Hampton Bays triples Mercy, 15-5
Northport over Riverhead, 15-11
Wantagh over Elmont, 13-8
Patchogue-Medford over Copiague, 13-6
Sachem North over Half Hollow Hills West, 13-5
Long Island Lutheran over Monsignor Farrell, 14-5

Highlights

Smithtown East 11, Whitman 10: Joe Saggese scored off a feed from Dan Rooney with :35.4 left to break a 10-10 tie and give Smithtown East (10-1) the win in Division I. Jimmy Tenbrink scored his fifth goal of the game with 5:50 left to tie the game at 10. Tenbrink added two assists and Saggese had two goals and three assists. Brian Balkam made five of his 16 saves in the fourth quarter to hold Whitman scoreless in the period.

Sachem North 13, Half Hollow Hills West 5: Mike Calvagna won 21 of 21 faceoffs and Shane Deboer scored four goals to lead Sachem North (7-4) in Division I.
Suffolk (Section XI) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - May 2nd


Team Name League Record Overall Record Total Points
DIV I
Ward Melville 10-0-0 12-0-0 169.530
Smithtown East 9-1-0 10-1-0 153.180
Northport 8-2-0 9-2-0 141.620
Smithtown West 8-2-0 10-2-0 140.620
West Islip 7-3-0 8-4-0 140.170
Sachem North 6-4-0 7-4-0 123.090
Lindenhurst 7-3-0 9-3-0 119.630
Patchogue-Medford 7-3-0 8-3-0 119.180
Connetquot 7-3-0 8-4-0 118.370
Sachem East 6-5-0 6-7-0 118.090
Riverhead 7-4-0 9-4-0 114.560
Bay Shore 5-5-0 7-5-0 114.350
H H Hills West 5-5-0 6-6-0 111.290
Hauppauge 4-6-0 6-6-0 104.640
Walt Whitman 5-7-0 7-7-0 100.100
East Islip 5-5-0 6-6-0 95.020
Middle Country 5-6-0 5-8-0 93.820
H H Hills East 2-8-0 4-8-0 86.900
Longwood 4-6-0 4-8-0 84.840
William Floyd 3-7-0 3-9-0 80.010
Commack HS 3-8-0 3-9-0 73.380
North Babylon 3-8-0 4-9-0 70.660
West Babylon 2-8-0 2-10-0 69.370
Copiague 1-9-0 2-10-0 52.840
Brentwood 0-11-0 0-13-0 33.190
 
DIV II
Shoreham WR 11-0-0 12-0-0 182.160
Comsewogue 10-1-0 12-1-0 160.550
Huntington 9-2-0 10-3-0 151.640
Eastport/SManor 7-4-0 8-5-0 131.730
Miller Place 7-3-0 9-3-0 129.930
Sayville 6-5-0 7-5-0 127.080
Westhampton 6-4-0 7-4-0 126.920
Bayport-Blue Pt 8-3-0 10-3-0 125.220
Babylon 7-4-0 7-5-0 119.390
Islip 6-4-0 7-5-0 109.130
Kings Park 6-5-0 8-5-0 107.480
Elwood/J Glenn 5-6-0 6-6-0 99.220
Rocky Point 4-7-0 5-8-0 98.910
Harborfields 5-5-0 5-7-0 98.130
Mt. Sinai 5-6-0 7-6-0 95.220
EH/BH/PIER 4-7-0 4-9-0 86.480
Bellport 4-7-0 5-8-0 83.400
Matt/Gpt/Shld 4-7-0 6-7-0 80.040
Center Moriches 3-8-0 4-8-0 66.860
Deer Park 2-9-0 3-10-0 54.500
McGann-Mercy 0-11-0 1-11-0 41.850
Hampton Bays 0-11-0 0-12-0 39.400
Friday, May 3rd Results

Bellport over Center Moriches, 7-1
Huntington over Islip, 13-4
Miller Place over Kings Park, 15-2
Lynbrook over Sewanhaka, 11-5
Friends Academy over Oyster Bay, 14-5
Massapequa over MacArthur, 11-5
Great Neck North over Glen Cove, 15-3
St. Dominic blanks Mercy, 13-0 (11-0 Halftime)
South Side over Bellmore JFK, 10-3
Carey over New Hyde Park, 19-9
Manhasset over Floral Park, 15-2
Wheatley over Lawrence, 16-11
Mepham over Herricks, 14-1 (11-1 Halftime)
Hauppauge over Copiague, 13-8
Port Washington over Plainview JFK, 10-3
North Shore over Malverne/East Rockaway, 11-3
Syosset over East Meadow, 12-4

Highlights

Carey 19, New Hyde Park 9: Brett Campos won 24-of-28 face-offs to lead Carey (4-2) in Conference B-I.

Massapequa 11, MacArthur 5: Paul Bentz had three goals and two assists, James Byrns had three goals and an assist and Craig Berge had five assists to lead Massapequa (6-0) in Conference I.
Saturday, May 4th Results

St. Dominic over Cardinal Hayes, 14-1
Riverhead over North Babylon, 18-12
Half Hollow Hills West over East Islip, 10-3
West Islip over Sachem East, 10-9, 2OT
Northport over Smithtown East, 9-4
Mineola over Island Trees, 13-6
Chaminade over Greenwich (CT), 12-5
Smithtown West over Sachem North, 18-8
Middle Country over Floyd, 10-2
Patchogue-Medford over Brentwood, 17-3
Hicksville over Baldwin, 10-6
Ward Melville over Bay Shore, 15-10
Shoreham-Wading River over Mount Sinai, 11-4
Wantagh over Joel Barlow (CT), 10-5
Connetquot over Commack, 13-10
Farmingdale over Oceanside, 14-3
Half Hollow Hills East over Longwood, 16-5
Cold Spring Harbor over Seaford, 14-8
Hewlett over Bethpage, 10-9
St. Anthony's over Darien (CT), 8-6

Highlights

West Islip 10, Sachem East 9 (2OT): Matt McCallan scored off an assist from Nick Aponte with 1:20 left in the second overtime to give West Islip (9-3) the win in Division I. Aponte scored unassisted with 2:20 left in regulation to force overtime. Aponte had three goals and one assist and McCallan had three goals.

Hewlett 10, Bethpage 9: Jared Strauss scored the winner off a pass from Jimmy Anderson with a second left in regulation for Hewlett (7-6) in Conference III. Bethpage's Anthony Focey had tied the score at 9 with 30 seconds left. The Bulldogs scored four goals in the final 2:35 to rally. Zach Richman had four goals and two assists, and Gianluca Vadaro scored three goals for Hewlett.
Monday, May 6th Results

St. Mary's over St. Dominic, 13-12
Massapequa over Kellenberg, 14-6
Westhampton over Miller Place, 7-5
West Hempstead over Clarke, 11-10, Overtime
Bellport over Mattituck/Greenport/Southold, 12-7

Highlights

West Hempstead 11, Clarke 10: Alex Patton (three goals, two assists) scored the winner unassisted with about one minute left in overtime from about 12 yards out to lead West Hempstead (1-6) in Conference IV. Anthony Messina (two goals) scored to tie the score at 10 with six seconds remaining on a dodge from the left wing.

Massapequa 14, Kellenberg 6: Jim Byrnes had five goals and five assists and Paul Bentz had three goals and two assists for Massapequa (10-2) in non-league.
Nassau (Section VIII) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - May 6th

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Newsdays Top Ten Long Island Boys Lacrosse Teams - May 6th

1. Ward Melville (13-0)
2. Chaminade (11-1)
3. St. Anthony's (10-2)
4. Smithtown East (11-1)
5. Northport (10-2)
6. Massapequa (9-2)
7. Shoreham-Wading River (12-0)
8. Smithtown West (11-2)
9. Manhasset (9-3)
10. Garden City (10-3)
Featured Matches for the Week of May 6th

May 7th : Long Beach vs. Wantagh
May 9th : St. Anthony's vs. Chaminade
May 11th : Shoreham-Wading River vs. Garden City
May 11th : St. John the Baptist vs. Staples/Westport (CT)

Remember that playoffs will begin next week - stay tuned to BOTC for coverage of all playoff seedings and results. Suffolk action will start on Thursday, May 16th (Division I) and Friday, May 17th (Division II) opening round action.
Tuesday, May 7th Results

Bellmore JFK edges Jericho, 8-7
North Shore handles Wheatley, 17-1 (13-0 Halftime)
Bay Shore doubles Patchogue-Medford, 10-5
Lynbrook over Hewlett, 8-6
Garden City over South Side, 5-3 (1-0 Halftime, South Side)
East Islip over West Babylon, 10-6
West Islip over Riverhead, 18-5 (14-1 Halftime)
Carey over Mepham, 16-7
Longwood over North Babylon, 14-10
Sewanhaka over Lawrence, 6-5
Commack over Copiague, 8-6
Half Hollow Hills West over Floyd, 8-5
Smithtown West over Lindenhurst, 16-1 (12-1 Halftime)
Smithtown East over Hauppauge, 15-9
Plainedge over Great Neck North, 8-5
Manhasset over Division, 13-1 (11-0 Halftime)
Great Neck South over Roslyn, 14-11
Long Island Lutheran over Mount St. Michael, 11-8
Sachem North over Half Hollow Hills East, 16-12
Northport over Middle Country, 16-6

Highlights

Garden City 5, South Side 3: Dan Dolan's six saves and Justin Guterding's goal and three assists anchored Garden City (7-0) in Conference II.

Sewanhaka 6, Lawrence 5: Tyler Regnier scored the winner unassisted with 33 seconds left to lead Sewanhaka (3-4) in Conference III. Peter Militano led a three point comeback inside 1:30 as he scored with 1:21 left and then scored again 40 seconds later off an assist from Regnier.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/08/13 01:32 AM
Wantagh 10 Long Beach 6
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/08/13 02:37 AM
Can't believe long beach lost to wantagh. Wantagh goalie and defense played unbelievable. Wantagh kept long beach attack under wraps. Stick a fork-in em.....
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/08/13 09:52 AM
Section VIII has Wantagh's Conference Record wrong only loss in conference was to G.C. Massapequa the other loss is not in their Conference.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/08/13 11:56 AM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Nassau (Section VIII) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - May 6th

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Surprised that Port Washington is ahead of Syosset. Head to head Syosset beat them and they have the same Conference record.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/08/13 12:24 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
Nassau (Section VIII) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - May 6th

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Surprised that Port Washington is ahead of Syosset. Head to head Syosset beat them and they have the same Conference record.


It's just how Newsday does it. It's alphabetical when they have the same record.
Originally Posted by Anonymous
It's just how Newsday does it. It's alphabetical when they have the same record.
Section VIII (Nassau) definitely trails Section XI (Suffolk) when it comes to making their result tables easily available and accurate.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/08/13 02:21 PM
Wantagh should end up in 2nd behind GC.. standings are wrong only 1 conf loss.
Suffolk (Section XI) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - May 8th


Team Name League Record Overall Record Total Points
DIV I (contest details)
Ward Melville 13-0-0 15-0-0 184.160
Northport 11-2-0 12-2-0 161.860
Smithtown West 11-2-0 13-2-0 161.520
Smithtown East 11-2-0 12-2-0 159.220
West Islip 10-3-0 11-4-0 153.390
Sachem North 8-5-0 9-5-0 128.010
Bay Shore 7-6-0 9-6-0 123.060
Sachem East 7-6-0 7-8-0 119.540
Lindenhurst 9-4-0 11-4-0 119.430
Connetquot 8-5-0 9-6-0 118.660
H H Hills West 7-6-0 8-7-0 115.900
Patchogue-Medford 9-4-0 10-4-0 113.280
Riverhead 8-6-0 10-6-0 112.060
Hauppauge 5-8-0 7-8-0 99.550
Walt Whitman 5-8-0 7-8-0 99.420
East Islip 7-6-0 8-7-0 94.370
Middle Country 6-7-0 6-9-0 94.170
H H Hills East 3-10-0 5-10-0 82.300
Longwood 5-8-0 5-10-0 72.070
Commack HS 4-9-0 4-10-0 70.200
William Floyd 3-10-0 3-12-0 68.980
North Babylon 3-10-0 4-11-0 60.520
West Babylon 2-11-0 2-13-0 57.880
Copiague 1-12-0 2-13-0 33.610
Brentwood 0-13-0 0-15-0 24.370
 
DIV II (contest details)
Shoreham WR 12-0-0 13-0-0 185.850
Comsewogue 11-1-0 13-1-0 166.300
Huntington 10-2-0 11-3-0 157.260
Eastport/SManor 8-4-0 9-5-0 139.190
Westhampton 8-4-0 9-4-0 136.310
Miller Place 8-4-0 10-4-0 132.330
Sayville 7-5-0 8-5-0 131.300
Babylon 8-4-0 8-5-0 123.540
Bayport-Blue Pt 8-4-0 10-4-0 120.790
Islip 7-5-0 8-6-0 111.610
Kings Park 6-6-0 8-6-0 102.910
Rocky Point 5-7-0 6-8-0 102.270
Mt. Sinai 5-7-0 7-7-0 96.510
Elwood/J Glenn 5-7-0 6-8-0 95.790
Harborfields 5-7-0 5-9-0 93.540
Bellport 6-7-0 7-8-0 90.410
EH/BH/PIER 4-8-0 4-10-0 82.710
Matt/Gpt/Shld 4-9-0 6-9-0 67.070
Center Moriches 3-9-0 4-9-0 60.400
Deer Park 2-10-0 3-11-0 49.580
Hampton Bays 1-11-0 1-12-0 37.910
McGann-Mercy 0-12-0 1-12-0 29.580
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/08/13 05:37 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
Nassau (Section VIII) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - May 6th

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Surprised that Port Washington is ahead of Syosset. Head to head Syosset beat them and they have the same Conference record.


It's just how Newsday does it. It's alphabetical when they have the same record.


actually in every case but DI it seems to be in reverse alphabetical order and they only go by wins not losses
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/08/13 06:30 PM
really??????????????? you must be from SYO



Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
Nassau (Section VIII) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - May 6th

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Surprised that Port Washington is ahead of Syosset. Head to head Syosset beat them and they have the same Conference record.
Wednesday, May 8th Results

Babylon over Mercy, 16-2
Syosset over Farmingdale, 9-7
Oceanside over Uniondale, 14-3
Massapequa over Port Washington, 16-6
Hicksville over Freeport, 11-4
Plainview JFK over Hempstead, 16-2
Seaford over Locust Valley, 11-5

Highlights

Syosset 9, Farmingdale 7: John Diaz had one goal and two assists, and won 10-of-14 faceoffs for Syosset (6-1) in Conference I.

Seaford 11, Locust Valley 5: Danny Speicher scored five goals in the victory. Ryan Gibbons made 10 saves for Seaford (12-3) in Conference IV.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/09/13 04:31 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
really??????????????? you must be from SYO

Nope doesn't take a moron to realize that the better team should be ranked higher. Believe Syosset beat them by more than double in their match up as well as much higher leads against the same opponents in their Division. Knew there had to be an explanation for PW to look like it was ranked higher. Just an opinion from a parent of one of the opposing teams in the division that played both teams and clearly saw there was no comparison. I'm not an expert and you never know what could happen in the playoffs.


Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
Nassau (Section VIII) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - May 6th

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Surprised that Port Washington is ahead of Syosset. Head to head Syosset beat them and they have the same Conference record.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/09/13 11:59 AM
How do the seedings for playoffs work in Nassau Section VIII? Does it go by the power ranking or by the conference record, or a combination?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/09/13 03:30 PM
Cold Spring Harbor vs Friends? Score?
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Cold Spring Harbor vs Friends? Score?
Cold Spring Harbor handed Friends Academy their first conference loss last night - the difference was about three goals (BOTC does not have the actual final score, only a report on the game.)
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/09/13 03:38 PM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Cold Spring Harbor vs Friends? Score?
Cold Spring Harbor handed Friends Academy their first conference loss last night - the difference was about three goals (BOTC does not have the actual final score, only a report on the game.)


Score was 12-7
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/09/13 04:44 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
really??????????????? you must be from SYO



Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
Nassau (Section VIII) County Boys HS Varsity Lacrosse Standings - May 6th

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Surprised that Port Washington is ahead of Syosset. Head to head Syosset beat them and they have the same Conference record.


and you must be from Massapequa. S
Thursday, May 9th Results

Middle Country over Brentwood, 16-3 (15-1 Halftime)
Manhasset over Sewanhaka, 15-1 (13-0 Halftime)
West Babylon over Commack, 10-6
Mount Sinai over East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson, 15-4
Floral Park over Lawrence, 15-2
Harborfields doubles Mattituck/Greenport/Southold, 6-3
Garden City over Elmont, 14-5
Wantagh over Carey, 14-5
Westhampton over Sayville, 9-8, Overtime
Plainedge over Glen Cove, 13-4
Hewlett over Malverne/East Rockaway, 11-3
Holy Trinity over St. Dominic, 14-6
Division over Wheatley, 13-5
Bayport-Blue Point over Bellport, 12-5
Comsewogue over Miller Place, 13-8
Lynbrook doubles North Shore, 8-4
Jericho over Roslyn, 12-5
Bethpage over Great Neck North, 16-5
East Meadow edges Baldwin, 6-5
Bellmore JFK over Great Neck South, 15-7

Highlights

Westhampton 9, Sayville 8: Casey Hickey scored his third goal with 3:27 left in overtime to win it for Westhampton (9-4) in Suffolk Division II. Evan Gagne had five goals and Brian Corrigan had nine saves and an assist in the win. Matt Selts scored three goals, including his third with 1:53 left in the fourth to force overtime.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/10/13 01:17 AM
Chaminade won 7-5 over SA. Some awesome talent .
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/10/13 11:57 AM
two goal game?? surprised it was that close?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/10/13 12:21 PM
was a one goal game with :30 seconds left and the Flyers got an empty netter. They meet again on May 23rd for the Class AAA championship
Friday, May 10th Results

East Islip over Hauppauge, 10-4
Half Hollow Hills West over Copiague, 15-3
Floyd edges North Babylon, 14-13
Syosset over Plainview JFK, 12-5
Ward Melville over Sachem East, 19-6
Farmingdale over Sachem East, 12-6
Friends Academy over Mineola, 14-5
Oyster Bay over Island Trees, 10-4
Massapequa over Baldwin, 16-6
Northport over Sachem North, 18-9
Smithtown West over Smithtown East, 11-5
Port Washington over Hicksville, 13-6
Locust Valley handles Clarke, 18-3
Connetquot over Lindenhurst, 12-6
Bay Shore upsets West Islip, 12-4
East Meadow over Hempstead, 19-9
MacArthur over Uniondale, 12-4
Oceanside over Valley Stream District, 15-4
Glenn over Center Moriches, 18-4 (15-0 Halftime)
Cold Spring Harbor over West Hempstead, 14-1 (8-0 Halftime)

Highlights

Ward Melville 19, Sachem East 6: Jake Kepes had three goals and two assists and Jimmy Kickel added three goals and one assist to lead Ward Melville (16-0) in Division I.

Oyster Bay 10, Island Trees 4: Collin Martinez had three goals and one assist and Tom Carchietta added two goals as Oyster Bay (4-4) clinched its first playoff berth in just the second year of the program, according to coach Brian Soper, in Conference IV.

Smithtown West 11, Smithtown East 5: Joe Varello won 16-of-12 faceoffs and Patrick O'Brien had three goals for Smithtown West (12-2) in Division I. Christian Zawadskihad two goals and an assist. Smithtown East's Brian Balkam had 25 saves.

Bay Shore 12, West Islip 4: Sophomore Andrew Darcy had a career-high six goals to lead Bay Shore (8-6) in Division I.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/11/13 02:45 PM
There was a player badly injured during the Carey - Wantagh JV game yesterday. Itseemed to be a neck injury.
Does anyone know how he is doing?
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Note that Nassau Boys Class A and Class C playoff seedings have yet to be announced. Expect that information will come at the close of Monday, May 13th at the latest.
Saturday, May 11th Results

Babylon over Center Moriches, 8-5
East Hampton/Bridgehampton/Pierson over Mercy, 14-1
Kellenberg over Holy Trinity, 13-5
Huntington over Hampton Bays, 15-2

Highlights

Nassau County playoff action start on Monday, May 13th in Class B and Tuesday, May 14th in Class A.

Suffolk County playoffs will begin on Thursday, May 16th for Class A and Friday, May 17th for Class B.
Road to the NYSPHSAA Boys Championships

Long Island (Nassau vs. Suffolk) Championships - June 1st
Location : Stony Brook University (Section XI)
Class B - 1:00pm
Class C - 3:30pm
Class A - 6:00pm

NYSPHSAA Semi-Finals - June 5th
Location : Marist College (Section I)
Class B - 3:30pm
Class C - 5:30pm
Class A - 8:00pm

NYSPHSAA State Championships - June 8th
Location : St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY
Class B - 11:00am
Class C - 1:30pm
Class A - 4:00pm
Originally Posted by CageSage
Note that Nassau Boys Class A and Class C playoff seedings have yet to be announced. Expect that information will come at the close of Monday, May 13th at the latest.
Nassau Class A Playoff Seedings and Schedules

Tuesday, May 14th at Hofstra University
5:30pm : Farmingdale (#4) vs. Hicksville (#5)
8:00pm : Massapequa (#1) vs. East Meadow (#8)
Winners Return Tuesday, May 21st at Hofstra, 8:00pm

Wednesday, May 15th at Hofstra University
5:30pm : Port Washington (#3) vs. Plainview JFK (#6)
8:00pm : Syosset (#2) vs. MacArthur (#7)
Winners Return Wednesday, May 22nd at Hofstra, 8:00pm
Monday, May 13th Results

Nassau County Class B Playoffs

Wantagh (#3) over Floral Park (#14), 14-2
Garden City (#1) over Bethpage (#16), 17-4
Manhasset (#2) over Calhoun (#15), 17-4
Hewlett (#8) over Jericho (#9), 8-6
Lynbrook (#4) over Bellmore JFK (#13), 14-9
North Shore over South Side, 9-8

Other Results

St. Dominic over Portledge, 13-5
Miller Place over Deer Park, 17-3
Shoreham-Wading River over Glenn, 17-5
Comsewogue over Bayport-Blue Point, 18-3
Westhampton over Kings Park, 12-4

Highlights

Wantagh 14, Floral Park 2: Kyle Cain had three goals and three assists to lead No. 3 Wantagh over No. 14 Floral Park in the first round of the Class B playoffs. Wantagh advances to play either No. 6 North Shore or No. 11 South Side on Friday, 4:30 p.m. at Hofstra in the quarterfinals.

No. 2 Manhasset 17, No. 15 Calhoun 4: Senior Pat Coleman scored the first goal of his varsity career and Benny Borgognone scored a goal to lead No. 2 Manhasset (13-3) over No. 15 Calhoun in the first round of the Nassau Class B Playoffs. Sean Grimm had three goals and one assist. Manhasset will face the winner of No. 4 Carey vs. No. 10 Plainedge in the quarterfinals on Friday at Hofstra at 6:30 p.m.

No. 4 Lynbrook 14, No. 13 Bellmore JFK 9: Nick LoCicero had three goals and one assist and Gordon Purdie had three goals to lead No. 4 Lynbrook (12-4) over No. 13 Bellmore JFK in the first round of the Nassau Class B Playoffs. Defenseman Matt Mott added a goal and an assist. Lynbrook will face the winner of No. 5 Long Beach vs. No. 12 Division in the quarterfinals on Thursday at Hofstra at 4:30 p.m.
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Tuesday, May 14th Results

Nassau County Class C Playoffs

Mineola (#4) over Oyster Bay (#5), 8-4

Other Results

Chaminade over Iona Prep, 14-8
Kellenberg double St. Mary's, 10-5
Long Island Lutheran over Xaverian, 14-4
St. Anthony's over Fordham Prep, 15-4
St. John the Baptist over Holy Trinity, 10-6

Highlights

Mineola 8, Oyster Bay 4: Tim Gill had five goals and an assist and John Clancy made 10 saves to lead No. 4 Mineola (9-6) over No. 5 Oyster Bay in a Class C quarterfinal. Mineola moves on to play No. 1 Cold Spring Harbor on May 21 at 5:30 at Hofstra. The win was the first playoff win for the Mineola program in over 20 years, according to head coach Glenn Cocoman.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/15/13 01:59 AM
Farmingdale won 6-5
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Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/15/13 04:08 AM
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!!
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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!!
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/15/13 03:16 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Farmingdale won 6-5


So did Pequa 16-10 so that is next weeks match up.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/15/13 05:14 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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'
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
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.
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.
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.
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)
Upcoming Nassau County Matches

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)
Saturday, May 18th Results

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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/19/13 11:45 AM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Saturday, May 18th Results

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.


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.
Originally Posted by Anonymous
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/19/13 11:56 PM
Express and MC killiing ST Ants, The best talent not going to St Ants no more.Only money kids. Money only goes so far.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/20/13 01:52 AM
That's because the best talent in the youngers grades feeding the HS are no longer on Express but 91.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Express and MC killiing ST Ants, The best talent not going to St Ants no more.Only money kids. Money only goes so far.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/20/13 03:01 AM
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/20/13 03:07 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
That's because the best talent in the youngers grades feeding the HS are no longer on Express but 91.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
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?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/20/13 07:34 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
That's because the best talent in the youngers grades feeding the HS are no longer on Express but 91.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/21/13 11:37 AM
Suffolk county playoffs tonight...some great games to watch!Good Luck to all and Congrats to all the seniors that will be moving on.
Anybody happen to have any scores from today?
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.
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
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
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/22/13 05:32 PM
One survey has WM at #1
Another has Delbarton NJ as #1 and WM as #2

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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 02:50 AM
Originally Posted by CageSage
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
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 04:31 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
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
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 11:48 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
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
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 12:51 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by CageSage
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
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 02:23 PM
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 03:21 PM
St. A's / Chaminade game 3 today at 4:45 at Hofstra
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 03:35 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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?
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)
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 04:21 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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?


<<Content Editted - Player References>>

Petro is not easy going when it comes to goalies as we saw with this year's "open competition".
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 05:04 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 05:14 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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.....
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 05:53 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 06:04 PM
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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 06:33 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 06:34 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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.


It's a graet accomplishment to be accepted to JHU and to play sports on top of that is to be commended
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 07:17 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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.


It's a graet accomplishment to be accepted to JHU and to play sports on top of that is to be commended


More importantly the kid is one of the nicest ,smartest most well rounded kids you'll ever encounter and from a great family. Much more important to any parent that your kid be a good person than lacrosse at the end of the day.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 07:22 PM
Good luck R you'll do fine down there! Thanks for ther memories!
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 07:49 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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.....


The penalties late in the game were for slashing, the Syo kids were trying to get the ball in an attempt to win the game, these were not punches or late hits after a goal, these were lacrosse plays that were penalties (and deserved to be called) but personally I would not consider them dirty or classless or an attempt to injure, I think desperate would be a better word.

The inebriated Port spectator/student threw a punch at a Syosset player is not a reflection on the Port team but some might consider that act classless.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 07:49 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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.


It's a graet accomplishment to be accepted to JHU and to play sports on top of that is to be commended


More importantly the kid is one of the nicest ,smartest most well rounded kids you'll ever encounter and from a great family. Much more important to any parent that your kid be a good person than lacrosse at the end of the day.


Maybe he should mentor that 9th gr port goalie who is an all around punk. Any team who has played them can tell you that. Even in MS lax saw him do some really disrespectful things to the opposing teams. Bad attitude and bad sportsmanship, can only get worse unless someone interferes. It's too bad, wasted talent. Lets hope he turns it around
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 07:58 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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?
No that head coach from Port is still bitter that he couldn't scheme his way into the Syosset head coaching job and had to go wherever he could to get a head coaching position. So instead you now have a 40 something year old aduld chastising a bunch of 15,16and 17 year old kids that were upset about loosing a game. Even worse is that this is the school that is his bread and butter as a Syosset teacher, his own community that he lives in and these are the kids and families that he is "friends" with. Yes that's classy. Most people in the community were on to him, but at least those who weren't got to see it last night as well as his former players that left moere upset last night over his behavior than over losing that game. Pathetic!
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 08:27 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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.....


The penalties late in the game were for slashing, the Syo kids were trying to get the ball in an attempt to win the game, these were not punches or late hits after a goal, these were lacrosse plays that were penalties (and deserved to be called) but personally I would not consider them dirty or classless or an attempt to injure, I think desperate would be a better word.

The inebriated Port spectator/student threw a punch at a Syosset player is not a reflection on the Port team but some might consider that act classless.

First of all the "inebriated port spectator" was not inebriated. Second he got in a little rousing argument with the syosset players. One syosset player took exception to the spectators comments and made a threating move to the spectator. The spectator for whatever reason popped the syosset player. Coaches /other spectators broke up the argument quickly. Enough said. Player upset over loss and spectator doing to much trash talking...No reflection on either community.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 08:33 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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?
No that head coach from Port is still bitter that he couldn't scheme his way into the Syosset head coaching job and had to go wherever he could to get a head coaching position. So instead you now have a 40 something year old aduld chastising a bunch of 15,16and 17 year old kids that were upset about loosing a game. Even worse is that this is the school that is his bread and butter as a Syosset teacher, his own community that he lives in and these are the kids and families that he is "friends" with. Yes that's classy. Most people in the community were on to him, but at least those who weren't got to see it last night as well as his former players that left moere upset last night over his behavior than over losing that game. Pathetic!

Who wrote this???? This doesnt represent the communities feelings. For all of syosset, I apologize to the coach of Port. I am embarrrased somebody would write this. We lost a lacrosse game that is it.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 08:40 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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?
No that head coach from Port is still bitter that he couldn't scheme his way into the Syosset head coaching job and had to go wherever he could to get a head coaching position. So instead you now have a 40 something year old aduld chastising a bunch of 15,16and 17 year old kids that were upset about loosing a game. Even worse is that this is the school that is his bread and butter as a Syosset teacher, his own community that he lives in and these are the kids and families that he is "friends" with. Yes that's classy. Most people in the community were on to him, but at least those who weren't got to see it last night as well as his former players that left moere upset last night over his behavior than over losing that game. Pathetic!


Lets not forget what this is about - the players. Coaches were never mentioned - dont even go there - I am talking about sportsmanship on the part of the players. Stop being a hater and move on. done deal
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 08:45 PM
what are you talking about? He left syosset for reasons that most people could easily figure out. Instead of bashing someone else on this site..I'd rather have some class and refrain from saying exactly why he left. But one thing for sure is that the community is behind him in that decision. He has children who play lacrosse in the town and is extremely active in the youth league. He has dedicated more time and energy to the town of syosset. There was no chastising going on..to say there was is an incredible defamation of character. He has spoken to most of the kids on the team and parents and they have congratulated him just as he did last year when they won. You obviously have no idea what you are talking about. Be careful what you say on this site..
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 08:55 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
what are you talking about? He left syosset for reasons that most people could easily figure out. Instead of bashing someone else on this site..I'd rather have some class and refrain from saying exactly why he left. But one thing for sure is that the community is behind him in that decision. He has children who play lacrosse in the town and is extremely active in the youth league. He has dedicated more time and energy to the town of syosset. There was no chastising going on..to say there was is an incredible defamation of character. He has spoken to most of the kids on the team and parents and they have congratulated him just as he did last year when they won. You obviously have no idea what you are talking about. Be careful what you say on this site..


This whole thing has gotten way out of hand. I would assume the coach left for an opportunity to head coach as opposed to being an assistant.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 09:01 PM
What are you talking about? He left for reasons that anyone could easily figure out. Rather than bash someone else on this site I would rather have some class and refrain from saying exactly why he left. He has dedicated more time and energy to the town of Syosset and is extremely active in the youth league. He has children in the district and will always support Syosset. Anyone who knows him will tell you that. There was no chastising going on. That would absolutley never happen from him. Most of the players and parents have congratulated him on this win just as he did last year when they won. Please be careful what you say on this site. That was a gross example of defamation of character.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 09:24 PM
What behavior are you referring to? I saw a coach truly happy that his team won and that all of their practice and dedication paid off to be getting to a championship game. and then hugging most of the kids from syosset on the line. A mutual respect...what game were you watching?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 10:02 PM
SYO Parent here, do not bash TR. He is a good guy in all aspects of life, not just LAX. Why he left Syo to go to Port is his business. He has done a lot for Sylax and continues to do. He still teaches in district, his kids go to school in the district and he coaches football as well. Syo people can be upset but only because Port was the better team. They came to play, they won the FO game, they won the GB game etc. Yes I agree that some of the calls that went against Syo were thin, but thats the game, live with it. Congrats to Port and TR and beat Massapequa
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 10:06 PM
Any word from Hofstra?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 10:26 PM
What does it matter anyway .....Rooney and his crew are going to lose by 10 to 'Pequa!!!
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/23/13 10:31 PM
to the guy calling the Port goalie a "punk" - you're big tough "anonymous" man aren't you? no wonder. Calling out specific players is just so wrong.

you know nothing about nothing

get a life
Thursday, May 23rd Results

Suffolk Class B Playoffs

Huntington (2) over Sayville (6), 8-7
Miller Place (5) upsets Comsewogue (1), 9-7

Suffolk Class C Playoffs

Shoreham-Wading River (1) over Glenn (4), 19-2 (13-0 Halftime)
Bayport-Blue Point (3) over Babylon (2), 12-9

CHSAA Class AAA Playoffs

Chaminade over St. Anthony's, 7-5

Highlights

Huntington 8, Sayville 7: Billy Martin scored off an assist from Chris Schoen with :05 left to break a 7-7 tie and give No. 2 Huntington (14-3) over No. 6 Sayville in the semifinals of the Suffolk Class B Playoffs. Pat Reilly scored the tying goal off an assist from Connor Birchard with 3:18 left. Martin had three goals and an assist and Reilly had two goals and an assist. Huntington will face No. 5 Miller Place in the final on Wednesday at Stony brook at 5 p.m.

Chaminade 7, St. Anthony's 5: Ryan Lukacovic scored a goal with four assists and Dan Fowler made 10 saves as Chaminade won its first CHSAA Class AAA title since 2008. Brian Pratt added three goals for the Flyers (15-3), who won all three meetings between the two rivals. Dylan Molloy scored two goals with an assist for the Friars (14-5) who had won the last four AAA championships.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/24/13 12:01 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous


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.....


The penalties late in the game were for slashing, the Syo kids were trying to get the ball in an attempt to win the game, these were not punches or late hits after a goal, these were lacrosse plays that were penalties (and deserved to be called) but personally I would not consider them dirty or classless or an attempt to injure, I think desperate would be a better word.

The inebriated Port spectator/student threw a punch at a Syosset player is not a reflection on the Port team but some might consider that act classless.

First of all the "inebriated port spectator" was not inebriated. Second he got in a little rousing argument with the syosset players. One syosset player took exception to the spectators comments and made a threating move to the spectator. The spectator for whatever reason popped the syosset player. Coaches /other spectators broke up the argument quickly. Enough said. Player upset over loss and spectator doing to much trash talking...No reflection on either community.


Wow- we all thought he was drunk, it is sad if that is how he acts and communicates when he is not drunk . loud, incoherent and stupid is now way to go through life
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/24/13 12:48 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
SYO Parent here, do not bash TR. He is a good guy in all aspects of life, not just LAX. Why he left Syo to go to Port is his business. He has done a lot for Sylax and continues to do. He still teaches in district, his kids go to school in the district and he coaches football as well. Syo people can be upset but only because Port was the better team. They came to play, they won the FO game, they won the GB game etc. Yes I agree that some of the calls that went against Syo were thin, but thats the game, live with it. Congrats to Port and TR and beat Massapequa


Who cares at this point, move on. Enough about the coaches Its about the players. Whatever was done is hopefully regretted and was done at the heat of the moment . On to see how the nassau county championship turns out. Much better topics out there.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/24/13 01:27 AM
I only know the Port coach thru the youth level. Our town play against his team in football . My son has done clinics by him and has played against his travel team he coaches. For someone to come on here and talk about him like that is horrible and inaccurate. I would entrust him to be my sons coach any time and I'm glad his team won . Out of all people to bad mouth he should be the last one.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/24/13 11:55 AM
Hating on TRoon not cool ! Fact is he worked hard to turn around a somewhat dysfunctional once proud lacrosse town. Congrats !!!!!! And for any Syo parent who has a negative word I bet you don't have the guts to say anything in front of him.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/24/13 01:01 PM
Any details from the Chaminade St. Anthony's game
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any details from the Chaminade St. Anthony's game
Actually saw the match yesterday - the game became very physical in the second half and in particular the third quarter. Watching the replays on MSG Varsity last night, you could hear some of the checks (more like hits) and a number of ground balls were created with some aggressive (and quality) defensive stick checks from both sides.

In general, it felt as if Chaminade had the better of the second half possession. After a 4-2 halftime lead, Chaminade played an even third quarter trading goals with St. Anthony's to a 6-4 three-quarter score.

Other reports are welcomed.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/24/13 03:56 PM
Cage that is pretty accurate. Well played game by both teams. Friars cut it to 5-4 at one point. Even late at 7-5 when they had to press out they got the defensive zone turnover but then turned it back over. As a Friar alum i painfully congratulate the Flyers on a great season. They played well all year. A well earned title for them. Two great programs. Two quality men in the head coaches. Honestly it is great for the rivalry too.
Friday, May 24th Results

Suffolk Class A Playoffs

Ward Melville (1) over Smithtown East (4), 14-6
Smithtown West (2) over Northport (3), 12-6

Highlights

Ward Melville 14, Smithtown East 6 : Jumping out to the three goal lead after the opening period, Ward Melville ran up an 8-3 halftime lead on hat-tricks from Mazzone and Hegarty.
Tuesday, May 28th Results

Nassau Class B Championship

Garden City (1) over Manhasset (2), 10-4

Nassau Class C Championship

Friends Academy (2) over Cold Spring Harbor (1), 9-4

Suffolk Class C Championship

Shoreham-Wading River (1) leads Bayport-Blue Point (3), 14-3, Halftime

Highlights

Will Sands went for three goals and four assists to lead Friends Academy (#2) over Cold Spring Harbor (#1) in the Nassau Class C Championship match.

Garden City (16-3) defeated Manhasset handily, 10-4, and will try to extend that streak in the Long Island Class B Championship on Saturday, June 1st against the winner of Wednesday night's Huntington-Miller Place Suffolk Class B title game. "We challenged our seniors all year and they stepped up," Garden City coach Steve Finnell said. "Justin is playing the best lacrosse of his career. He makes things happen." In four playoff games, Guterding, a Duke-bound senior who will attend prep school next year, has 15 goals and 11 assists. For the season, he has 87 points with 49 goals.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/29/13 12:34 AM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Tuesday, May 28th Results

Nassau Class B Championship

Garden City (1) over Manhasset (2), 10-4

Nassau Class C Championship

Friends Academy (2) over Cold Spring Harbor (1), 9-4

Suffolk Class C Championship

Shoreham-Wading River (1) leads Bayport-Blue Point (3), 14-3, Halftime

Highlights

Will Sands went for three goals and four assists to lead Friends Academy (#2) over Cold Spring Harbor (#1) in the Nassau Class C Championship match.

Garden City (16-3) defeated Manhasset handily, 10-4, and will try to extend that streak in the Long Island Class B Championship on Saturday, June 1st against the winner of Wednesday night's Huntington-Miller Place Suffolk Class B title game. "We challenged our seniors all year and they stepped up," Garden City coach Steve Finnell said. "Justin is playing the best lacrosse of his career. He makes things happen." In four playoff games, Guterding, a Duke-bound senior who will attend prep school next year, has 15 goals and 11 assists. For the season, he has 87 points with 49 goals.


WOW all blowouts!
Tuesday, May 28th Results - Updates

Nassau Class A Championship First Half

Massapequa (1) leads Port Washington (3), 6-0, First Half

Nassau Class B Championship Half

Garden City (1) over Manhasset (2), 10-4

Nassau Class C Championship Final

Friends Academy (2) over Cold Spring Harbor (1), 9-4

Suffolk Class C Championship Half Time

Shoreham-Wading River (1) leads Bayport-Blue Point (3), 14-3, Halftime

Highlights

Will Sands went for three goals and four assists to lead Friends Academy (#2) over Cold Spring Harbor (#1) in the Nassau Class C Championship match.

Garden City (16-3) defeated Manhasset handily, 10-4, and will try to extend that streak in the Long Island Class B Championship on Saturday, June 1st against the winner of Wednesday night's Huntington-Miller Place Suffolk Class B title game. "We challenged our seniors all year and they stepped up," Garden City coach Steve Finnell said. "Justin is playing the best lacrosse of his career. He makes things happen." In four playoff games, Guterding, a Duke-bound senior who will attend prep school next year, has 15 goals and 11 assists. For the season, he has 87 points with 49 goals.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/29/13 03:05 AM
Just watched Massapequa play Port since I haven't seen them play this year. Can move the ball however seemed very sloppy. The game was a blowout and Massapequa started subbing in the fourth quarter. However, I was very disappointed in the Massapequa coaching staff for putting their starting lineup in when Port received a penalty with 50 seconds in the game and again shooting with .7 seconds left. Will be an interesting game presumably against Ward Melville. Hopefully they won't be as sloppy.
Tuesday, May 28th Results - Finals

Nassau Class A Championship

Massapequa (1) defeats Port Washington (3), 16-3

Nassau Class B Championship

Garden City (1) defeats Manhasset (2), 10-4

Nassau Class C Championship

Friends Academy (2) upsets Cold Spring Harbor (1), 9-4

Suffolk Class C Championship

Shoreham-Wading River (1) defeats Bayport-Blue Point (3), 18-6

Highlights

Will Sands went for three goals and four assists to lead Friends Academy (#2) over Cold Spring Harbor (#1) in the Nassau Class C Championship match.

Garden City (16-3) defeated Manhasset handily, 10-4, and will try to extend that streak in the Long Island Class B Championship on Saturday, June 1st against the winner of Wednesday night's Huntington-Miller Place Suffolk Class B title game. "We challenged our seniors all year and they stepped up," Garden City coach Steve Finnell said. "Justin is playing the best lacrosse of his career. He makes things happen." In four playoff games, Guterding, a Duke-bound senior who will attend prep school next year, has 15 goals and 11 assists. For the season, he has 87 points with 49 goals.

Shoreham-Wading River 18, Bayport-Blue Point 6: Anthony Visintin and Tim Rotanz each scored four goals, and Ryan Bray had two goals and seven assists to lead No. 1 Shoreham-Wading River (17-1) over No. 3 Bayport-Blue Point in the Suffolk Class C final. Troy Miller added three goals and three assists, and Hunter Hayes two goals and two assists. The Wildcats will face Friends Academy for Long Island championship on Saturday, 4:30 p.m. at Hofstra.

Paul Dilena and Ian Kirby scored three goals each and Paul Bentz and Scott Pemberton each added two goals and an assist as the Chiefs crushed Port Washington, 16-3, Tuesday night at Hofstra's Shuart Stadium to win their first county title since 2006.

Massapequa (15-2) will face the winner of Wednesday night's Suffolk A title game between Ward Melville and Smithtown West for the Long Island championship at 7 p.m. on Saturday at Hofstra.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/29/13 12:59 PM
Maybe I was watching a different game but I would say they were far from sloppy. The ball was moving well, the looks and feeds were sharp. The ball hit the ground a few times but I wouldn't say they were sloppy. They dominated the face off game, most any time the ball entered there zone the defense shut them down and took the ball away. I do agree that when they face WM they will need to be as close to perfect as possible.

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Just watched Massapequa play Port since I haven't seen them play this year. Can move the ball however seemed very sloppy. The game was a blowout and Massapequa started subbing in the fourth quarter. However, I was very disappointed in the Massapequa coaching staff for putting their starting lineup in when Port received a penalty with 50 seconds in the game and again shooting with .7 seconds left. Will be an interesting game presumably against Ward Melville. Hopefully they won't be as sloppy.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/29/13 01:29 PM
Port Parent here with no one on team, just a fan. Massapequa was deep and owned the faceoff X. Congrats to both teams on a great season, wish the game was a little closer but still a great night for two great schools. Good luck to Massapequa in the Long Island champs, represent Nassau County.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/29/13 09:54 PM
Have to agree with you. Poor sportmanship by Massapequa coach keeping in starters at the end and shooting on goal at end really ticked me off. Port was beaten and I felt bad for their kids on the field. I know some of the Pequa kids families and know some juniors did not get into game. I hope they got all the seniors rotated in. No reason for starters to be in at 4th quarter, Port was not coming back and game wasn't close. I could understand if you put starters in at last minute so they could be on field at end of game, but just move the ball and don't shoot. e=Anonymous]Just watched Massapequa play Port since I haven't seen them play this year. Can move the ball however seemed very sloppy. The game was a blowout and Massapequa started subbing in the fourth quarter. However, I was very disappointed in the Massapequa coaching staff for putting their starting lineup in when Port received a penalty with 50 seconds in the game and again shooting with .7 seconds left. Will be an interesting game presumably against Ward Melville. Hopefully they won't be as sloppy. [/quote]
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/29/13 09:59 PM
If anyone hears about Huntington-Miller Place score,
please let us know! Thanks!
Wednesday, May 29th Results - Finals

Suffolk Class B Championship

Miller Place (5) defeats Huntington (2), 5-4

Highlights

Miller Place, the five seed, completed a magical season and county title run. The goal keeping for Miller Place and Huntington throughout the game but particularly in the fourth quarter was off-the-charts. The team wins their first County Championship under Keith Lizzi, head coach of this four year old program.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/29/13 11:22 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Have to agree with you. Poor sportmanship by Massapequa coach keeping in starters at the end and shooting on goal at end really ticked me off. Port was beaten and I felt bad for their kids on the field. I know some of the Pequa kids families and know some juniors did not get into game. I hope they got all the seniors rotated in. No reason for starters to be in at 4th quarter, Port was not coming back and game wasn't close. I could understand if you put starters in at last minute so they could be on field at end of game, but just move the ball and don't shoot. e=Anonymous]Just watched Massapequa play Port since I haven't seen them play this year. Can move the ball however seemed very sloppy. The game was a blowout and Massapequa started subbing in the fourth quarter. However, I was very disappointed in the Massapequa coaching staff for putting their starting lineup in when Port received a penalty with 50 seconds in the game and again shooting with .7 seconds left. Will be an interesting game presumably against Ward Melville. Hopefully they won't be as sloppy.


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From what I can see, no stopping Ward Melville this year. Would be shocked if they don't win State Championship. Pequa very good team, but no match. Prediction on all LIC's..
WM in a
GC in b
SWR in c
At the half in the Suffolk Class A Championship, Ward Melville (1) took the lead just before the halftime whistle, 5-4, over a stubborn Smithtown West (2) squad. Ward Melville has hit three pipes in the first half.
Ward Melville (1) pitched a shutout in the third quarter, extending their lead to 9-4 over Smithtown West (2). Ward Melville scored twice in a fifteen second span in the period. Smithtown West is having a very difficult time penetrating inside in order to get any quality shots.
Wednesday, May 29th Results - Finals

Suffolk Class A Championship

Ward Melville (1) over Smithtown West (2), 11-6

Suffolk Class B Championship

Miller Place (5) defeats Huntington (2), 5-4

Highlights

Miller Place, the five seed, completed a magical season and county title run. The goal keeping for Miller Place and Huntington throughout the game but particularly in the fourth quarter was off-the-charts. The team wins their first County Championship under Keith Lizzi, head coach of this four year old program.
Long Island Championship Pairings

The Long Island Championships at the end of each season pits the Nassau County (Section VIII) Champion against the Suffolk County (Section XI) Champion in Classes A, B, and C. What many people do not know is that the Long Island Championship matches are actually the first round of the NYSPHSAA Tournament with each LIC Winner advancing to the State Final Four.

This year's Long Island Championships will be held at Hofstra University (location changed from Stony Brook) on Saturday, June 1st.

Class A, 7:00pm

Massapequa vs. Ward Melville

Class B, 2:00pm

Garden City vs. Miller Place

Class C, 4:30pm

Friends Academy vs. Shoreham-Wading River
NYSPHSAA Tournament Final Four Details

NYSPHSAA East Semifinals, June 5th

Location : Marist College (Section I)
Class B: 3:00pm
Class C: 5:30pm
Class A: 8:00pm

NYSPHSAA Championship, June 8th

Location : St. John Fisher, Pittsford (Section V)
Class B: 11:00am
Class C: 1:30pm
Class A: 4:00pm
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 05/31/13 03:31 PM
what schools are left for class A upstate ? Who are the best ?
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Saturday, June 1st Results

Long Island Championship Class B Final

Garden City defeats Miller Place, 9-4

Highlights

Garden City ended the magical run by upstart Miller Place with a 9-4 victory in the Long Island Championship for Boys Class B after leading at the half, 5-2. Garden City will play either Niskayuna or Cornwall in the New [lacrosse] Downstate Class B semifinals on Wednesday, June 5th at Marist College. Note that Section II has reported a major delay in the last hour due to weather delaying the Niskayuna/Cornwall event.
In the Long Island Championship Boys Class C Final, Shoreham-Wading River leads Friends Academy, 3-1, after the first period.

As some folks have noted, many of the games leading to the Long Island Championships this year were not true nail-biters. If you think that Long Island has seen more blowouts than usual, check out these next round opponents in the NYSPHSAA Tournament.

Niskayuna leads Cornwall, 15-0, at halftime in their Class B event.

The Class C quarterfinal sees Bronxville leading Red Hook, 19-1, with less than 8:00 remaining in the match.
Scoring Updates, 5:40pm

Class B : Niskayuna defeats Cornwall, 23-1

Class C : Shoreham-Wading River leads Friends Academy, 14-3, 5:00 Remaining, Third Quarter, Tom Rotanz, son of Head Coach Tom Rotanz, now has six goals in the match.
Saturday, June 1st Results

Long Island Championship Class B Final

Garden City defeats Miller Place, 9-4

Long Island Championship Class C Final

Shoreham-Wading River defeats Friends Academy, 18-7

Highlights

Garden City ended the magical run by upstart Miller Place with a 9-4 victory in the Long Island Championship for Boys Class B after leading at the half, 5-2. Garden City will play either Niskayuna or Cornwall in the New [lacrosse] Downstate Class B semifinals on Wednesday, June 5th at Marist College. Note that Section II has reported a major delay in the last hour due to weather delaying the Niskayuna/Cornwall event.

Tim Rotanz scored six and assisted on another seven goals leading Shoreham-Wading River to another Class C Long Island Championship. Shoreham-Wading River will face Bronxville in the NYSPHSAA Class C Semifinals on June 5th at Marist College.

With Niskayuna's victory, Garden City will face that stern opponent in Class B action on June 5th.
Scoring Updates, 8:00pm

Class A : Ward Melville leads Massapequa at halftime, 5-0. Massapequa has turned the ball over on several occasions and has hit the pipe at least once that we have seen. Nemirov has been one of the top individual stories in this match so far. Ward Melville's defensive zone and their offensive zone passing have completely dominated Massapequa from a control perspective.

In another key state-wide Class A quarterfinal match, West Genesee, down 6-4 at halftime, now leads over Ithaca, 8-6, with one minute remaining in the third quarter.

Shenendehowa defeats Minisink, 15-9, and will face the winner of Ward Melville/Massapequa on June 5th.
Scoring Updates, 8:30pm

West Genesee was life-and-death in their in their Class A quarterfinal with Ithaca and managed to hold on down the stretch for a 10-9 win. Speculation is now growing for a Ward Melville vs. West Genesee Class A NYSPHSAA final.
Saturday, June 1st Results

Long Island Championship Class A Final

Ward Melville defeats Massapequa, 12-3

Long Island Championship Class B Final

Garden City defeats Miller Place, 9-4

Long Island Championship Class C Final

Shoreham-Wading River defeats Friends Academy, 18-7

Highlights

Garden City ended the magical run by upstart Miller Place with a 9-4 victory in the Long Island Championship for Boys Class B after leading at the half, 5-2. Garden City will play either Niskayuna or Cornwall in the New [lacrosse] Downstate Class B semifinals on Wednesday, June 5th at Marist College. Note that Section II has reported a major delay in the last hour due to weather delaying the Niskayuna/Cornwall event. With Niskayuna's victory, Garden City will face that stern opponent in Class B action on June 5th.

Tim Rotanz scored six and assisted on another seven goals leading Shoreham-Wading River to another Class C Long Island Championship. Shoreham-Wading River will face Bronxville in the NYSPHSAA Class C Semifinals on June 5th at Marist College.

Ward Melville's solid passing and exceptional goalkeeping (second goal by Massapequa was scored with five minutes left in the match) led to an impressive victory over the Chiefs. Ward Melville clearly has sent a message in their bid for the state crown in Class A. Ward Melville's head coach, Mike Hoppe, has done a great job guiding this very talented group this season - their first crown in thirteen years.
Monday, June 3rd Results

CHSAA Class AA State Championship Final

Bishop Timon defeats St. John the Baptist, 20-4

Highlights

Bishop Timon (Buffalo) 20, St. John the Baptist 4: Bishop Timon defeated St. John the Baptist in the CHSAA AA state final. The scoreline had this one settled early with a 7-1 score after one quarter and 13-2 at the halftime break. This was the first trip for St. John the Baptist advanced to a NYS CHSAA Championship State Final.
NYSPHSAA Championship Tournament

Boys Semifinals (Downstate) - June 5th - Marist College

Class A, 8:00pm : Ward Melville (XI) vs. Shenendehowa (II)
Class B, 3:30pm : Garden City (VIII) vs. Niskayuna (II)
Class C, 5:30pm : Shoreham-WR (XI) vs. Bronxville (I)

Boys Semifinals (Upstate) - June 5th - St. John Fisher

Class A, 8:00pm : West Genesee (III) vs. Penfield (V)
Class B, 3:30pm : Jamesville-DeWitt (III) vs. Hamburg (VI)
Class C, 5:30pm : Cazenovia (III) vs. Penn Yan (V)

Boys Finals (Championships) - June 8th - St. John Fisher

Class A at 4:00pm
Class B at 11:00am
Class C at 1:30pm
Wednesday, June 5th Results

NYSPHSAA Class B State Championship Semifinals

Garden City (VIII) defeats Niskayuna (II), 10-9
Jamesville-DeWitt (III) defeats Hamburg (VI), 18-5

Highlights

In what was arguably the most exciting match we have seen from this post-season to date, the Garden City Trojans survived their Class B semifinal with Niskayuna scoring the game winner with 0:02 remaining on the clock. The winning goal was scored by Dale Stasco with the assist going to Cody George. Garden City led this match, 6-5, at the half with neither team having more than a one goal advantage for the entire second stanza.

Wednesday, June 5th Results

NYSPHSAA Class B State Championship Semifinals

Garden City (VIII) defeats Niskayuna (II), 10-9
Jamesville-DeWitt (III) defeats Hamburg (VI), 18-5

NYSPHSAA Class C State Championship Semifinals

Bronxville (I) defeats Shoreham-Wading River (XI), 14-13
Cazenovia (III) defeats Penn Yan (V), 8-7

Highlights

In what was arguably the most exciting match we have seen from this post-season to date, the Garden City Trojans survived their Class B semifinal with Niskayuna scoring the game winner with 0:02 remaining on the clock. The winning goal was scored by Dale Stasco with the assist going to Cody George. Garden City led this match, 6-5, at the half with neither team having more than a one goal advantage for the entire second stanza.

On the heels of the Class B semifinal, the Class C action was just as tight and exciting with a disappointing result for the Long Island boys. Shoreham-Wading River lost in overtime to Bronxville, 14-13, after their Section I opponent won the opening draw in overtime and converted. SWR had the final possession in regulation but could not convert the game winner.
Wednesday, June 5th Results

NYSPHSAA Class A State Championship Semifinals

Ward Melville (XI) defeats Shenendehowa (II), 13-6
West Genesee (III) defeats Penfield (V), 11-6

NYSPHSAA Class B State Championship Semifinals

Garden City (VIII) defeats Niskayuna (II), 10-9
Jamesville-DeWitt (III) defeats Hamburg (VI), 18-5

NYSPHSAA Class C State Championship Semifinals

Bronxville (I) defeats Shoreham-Wading River (XI), 14-13
Cazenovia (III) defeats Penn Yan (V), 8-7

Highlights

In what was arguably the most exciting match we have seen from this post-season to date, the Garden City Trojans survived their Class B semifinal with Niskayuna scoring the game winner with 0:02 remaining on the clock. The winning goal was scored by Dale Stasco with the assist going to Cody George. Garden City led this match, 6-5, at the half with neither team having more than a one goal advantage for the entire second stanza.

On the heels of the Class B semifinal, the Class C action was just as tight and exciting with a disappointing result for the Long Island boys. Shoreham-Wading River lost in overtime to Bronxville, 14-13, after their Section I opponent won the opening draw in overtime and converted. SWR had the final possession in regulation but could not convert the game winner.

Ward Melville found themselves in a first quarter dog fight with the score knotted at four with a tough Shenendehowa team from Section II. Bruckner scored five for Ward Melville and sets up one of the most anticipated matches of the season with the Class A Championship on the line : Ward Melville vs. West Genesee on Saturday.
NYSPHSAA Championship Pairings

All championships will be played on Saturday, June 8th at St. John Fisher. These will be the final three boys varsity games in the 2013 season.

Class A Championship Final, 4:00pm

Ward Melville (XI) vs. West Genesee (III)

Class B Championship Final, 11:00am

Garden City (VIII) vs. Jamesville-DeWitt (III)

Class C Championship Final, 1:30pm

Bronxville (I) vs. Cazenovia (III)
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/06/13 01:29 PM
Are there any websites that will be streaming these games live?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/06/13 11:42 PM
Originally Posted by CageSage
Wednesday, June 5th Results

NYSPHSAA Class A State Championship Semifinals

Ward Melville (XI) defeats Shenendehowa (II), 13-6
West Genesee (III) defeats Penfield (V), 11-6

NYSPHSAA Class B State Championship Semifinals

Garden City (VIII) defeats Niskayuna (II), 10-9
Jamesville-DeWitt (III) defeats Hamburg (VI), 18-5

NYSPHSAA Class C State Championship Semifinals

Bronxville (I) defeats Shoreham-Wading River (XI), 14-13
Cazenovia (III) defeats Penn Yan (V), 8-7

Highlights

In what was arguably the most exciting match we have seen from this post-season to date, the Garden City Trojans survived their Class B semifinal with Niskayuna scoring the game winner with 0:02 remaining on the clock. The winning goal was scored by Dale Stasco with the assist going to Cody George. Garden City led this match, 6-5, at the half with neither team having more than a one goal advantage for the entire second stanza.

On the heels of the Class B semifinal, the Class C action was just as tight and exciting with a disappointing result for the Long Island boys. Shoreham-Wading River lost in overtime to Bronxville, 14-13, after their Section I opponent won the opening draw in overtime and converted. SWR had the final possession in regulation but could not convert the game winner.

Ward Melville found themselves in a first quarter dog fight with the score knotted at four with a tough Shenendehowa team from Section II. Bruckner scored five for Ward Melville and sets up one of the most anticipated matches of the season with the Class A Championship on the line : Ward Melville vs. West Genesee on Saturday.


Any box scores for these games? How did Rotanz do and who were the big scorers for Bronxville?
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any box scores for these games? How did Rotanz do and who were the big scorers for Bronxville?

Scoring

Bronxville -- Henry Grass, 5 goals; Reilly Walsh, 3 goals/2 assists; Matt Behrens, 3 goals/1 assists; Brewster Warble, 1 goals; Will Duncan, 1 goals/1 assists; Jack Grass, 1 goals/5 assists.

Shoreham-Wading River -- Hunter Hayes, 3 goals/1 assists; Ryan Bray, 3 goals/1 assists; Dan Malave, 2 goals; Troy Miller, 2 goals/1 assists; Anthony Visintin, 2 goals/2 assists; Dan Hughes, 1 goals; Tim Rotanz, 4 assists.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/07/13 12:29 AM
No connection to the team but i know one of the dads from shoream. I was told rotanz was ill and throwing up all game and just not himself...
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/07/13 01:44 PM
where can I watch WM VS WG?????? online or TV....
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/07/13 02:08 PM
Time Warner Cable is streaming them live.
http://www.twcs.tv/sportstream/

Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/07/13 02:58 PM
MSGVarsity.com Streamed all the games, you need am Optimum ID. I used a friends login and it worked for me. Good luck.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/07/13 03:03 PM
http://www.twcs.tv/

thanks just found it too!
Saturday, June 8th Results

NYSPHSAA Class B Championship

Garden City (VIII) defeats Jamesville-DeWitt (III), 13-8, Final

NYSPHSAA Class C Championship

Cazenovia (III) defeats Bronxville (I), 13-11, Final

Highlights

Garden City explded for eight goals in the third quarter to overcome a 3-3 halftime tie to take the Class B title, 13-8 Cody George scored five goals and James Sullivan won 18 of 25 faceoffs as Garden City (19-3) won its second straight Class B state championship. Jamesville-DeWitt finished 20-2.

Bronxville from Section I led the Class C title game, 8-5 at the half and everything looked to be in control. Cazenovia stormed back in the second half. Trailing 10-9 after three quarters, Cazenovia opened the fourth quarter with four unanswered goals including three in 22 seconds to take a 13-10 advantage.
Saturday, June 8th Results

NYSPHSAA Class A Championship

Ward Melville (XI) leads West Genesee (III), 11-2, Halftime

NYSPHSAA Class B Championship

Garden City (VIII) defeats Jamesville-DeWitt (III), 13-8, Final

NYSPHSAA Class C Championship

Cazenovia (III) defeats Bronxville (I), 13-11, Final

Highlights

Garden City explded for eight goals in the third quarter to overcome a 3-3 halftime tie to take the Class B title, 13-8 Cody George scored five goals and James Sullivan won 18 of 25 faceoffs as Garden City (19-3) won its second straight Class B state championship. Jamesville-DeWitt finished 20-2.

Bronxville from Section I led the Class C title game, 8-5 at the half and everything looked to be in control. Cazenovia stormed back in the second half. Trailing 10-9 after three quarters, Cazenovia opened the fourth quarter with four unanswered goals including three in 22 seconds to take a 13-10 advantage.

In the final game of the 2013 Varsity season, Ward Melville took control with a 6-2 opening quarter and 5-0 second stanza to make it an 11-2 halftime score in their much anticipated match with West Genesee from Section III.
Scoring Update

In the Class A Championship, the Ward Melville Patriots have now opened a 15-3 lead against West Genesee with 3:00 remaining in the second quarter. There is a running clock now in place which has several reporters wondering when was the last time we saw that in the Championship Match ... or AGAINST West Genesee. In summary, the dominance that the Patriots have shown in Suffolk is on display for the state this afternoon.
Saturday, June 8th Results

NYSPHSAA Class A Championship

Ward Melville (XI) leads West Genesee (III), 16-4, Final

NYSPHSAA Class B Championship

Garden City (VIII) defeats Jamesville-DeWitt (III), 13-8, Final

NYSPHSAA Class C Championship

Cazenovia (III) defeats Bronxville (I), 13-11, Final

Highlights

Garden City explded for eight goals in the third quarter to overcome a 3-3 halftime tie to take the Class B title, 13-8 Cody George scored five goals and James Sullivan won 18 of 25 faceoffs as Garden City (19-3) won its second straight Class B state championship. Jamesville-DeWitt finished 20-2.

Bronxville from Section I led the Class C title game, 8-5 at the half and everything looked to be in control. Cazenovia stormed back in the second half. Trailing 10-9 after three quarters, Cazenovia opened the fourth quarter with four unanswered goals including three in 22 seconds to take a 13-10 advantage.

In the final game of the 2013 Varsity season, Ward Melville took control with a 6-2 opening quarter and 5-0 second stanza to make it an 11-2 halftime score in their much anticipated match with West Genesee from Section III. The second half was much the same as the Patriots conclude their "Tour de Force" season.

The 2013 Boys High School Varsity Lacrosse season is now closed. Congratualations to all of the Champions, Finalists, and teams throughout the region.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/09/13 02:32 AM
It's a shame that Chaminade and St A's can't participate in the State HS tournament with the publics. The last game between Chaminade and St A's seems like ancient history while this great tournament continues on. I believe they do mix public and private in Jersey for a "true" state champion. How awesome would that be for the New [lacrosse] State tourney? One can only hope one day.
It's called the Federation championship. It's done in basketball. Maybe its a issue regarding graduation dates. St. Anthony's had graduation last week....
Originally Posted by Anonymous
It's a shame that Chaminade and St A's can't participate in ithe State HS tournament with the publics. The last game between Chaminade and St A's seems like ancient history while this great tournament continues on. I believe they do mix public and private in Jersey for a "true" state champion. How awesome would that be for the New [lacrosse] State tourney? One can only hope one day.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/09/13 03:04 PM
Congrats to Garden City and Ward Melville on the State Championship wins!! Coach Hoppey announced his retirement,that will be some big cleats to fill!!
Last night i attended the Underarmour Underclass tryouts what a tremendous amount of talent!!!!Nice to see so many college coaches in attendance! My son played well but the level of competition is tough!! Quick games but players get to showcase some skills and hopefully get on some coaches radar!!
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/10/13 12:22 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
It's a shame that Chaminade and St A's can't participate in the State HS tournament with the publics. The last game between Chaminade and St A's seems like ancient history while this great tournament continues on. I believe they do mix public and private in Jersey for a "true" state champion. How awesome would that be for the New [lacrosse] State tourney? One can only hope one day.


Private schools can choose their players, offer scholarships, not quite the same as public
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/10/13 01:14 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Congrats to Garden City and Ward Melville on the State Championship wins!! Coach Hoppey announced his retirement,that will be some big cleats to fill!!
Last night i attended the Underarmour Underclass tryouts what a tremendous amount of talent!!!!Nice to see so many college coaches in attendance! My son played well but the level of competition is tough!! Quick games but players get to showcase some skills and hopefully get on some coaches radar!!


Where can we see the list of players that have been selected to represent LI at the games?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/10/13 01:38 PM
Long Island Team is supposed to be announced on Tuesday June 11th.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/10/13 02:48 PM
UA tryouts were well run and lots of great action. For once, it was nice to just sit back and enjoy watching the games and the boys play without having to worry about scores, what teams you were playing next, playoffs, etc. The boys on his team did a great job bonding and dividing up the playing time themselves. By the end of day one, they were calling each other's names on the field instead of just pinnie numbers. Overall, a great group of young men on the field from all the teams. We will definately do this again next year.

Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/10/13 10:59 PM
Originally Posted by LaxDad#14
It's called the Federation championship. It's done in basketball. Maybe its a issue regarding graduation dates. St. Anthony's had graduation last week....
Originally Posted by Anonymous
It's a shame that Chaminade and St A's can't participate in ithe State HS tournament with the publics. The last game between Chaminade and St A's seems like ancient history while this great tournament continues on. I believe they do mix public and private in Jersey for a "true" state champion. How awesome would that be for the New [lacrosse] State tourney? One can only hope one day.


Not just basketball but lax too. Ridge beat Don Bosco by 1 goal in the final. How fun would it be to see Ward Melville play Chaminade for the "real" state Championship. They should think about about a +1 to get the Catholic schools involved. If Jersey can do it so can NY!
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/10/13 11:08 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
UA tryouts were well run and lots of great action. For once, it was nice to just sit back and enjoy watching the games and the boys play without having to worry about scores, what teams you were playing next, playoffs, etc. The boys on his team did a great job bonding and dividing up the playing time themselves. By the end of day one, they were calling each other's names on the field instead of just pinnie numbers. Overall, a great group of young men on the field from all the teams. We will definately do this again next year.



I disagree - total waste of time. I thought it was nothing but a huge money grab. Literally hundreds of kids of all different abilities - many looking like non-starters on JV. This really should be invite only or a two step process where there are tryouts to make the real tryout. Like the Nassau/Suffolk showcase. There were way too many kids on each team for such short games on only two fields. Coaches on the sidelines were basically gone midway through the night. At best some kids were seeing 1/2 or less than half a game depending on how many at each position. My son played on a team with 7 attack - tell me how that works equitabily in 20 minutes of time. Unless they change the format and make it more exclusive, my son won't do it again or we'll go to another region like New England.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/11/13 01:42 AM
Chaminade would win. Still hard to match up a private vs public school. It's not fair. Chaminade is like an allstar team where public school you have to play what goes through the system.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/11/13 03:39 AM
Agree the 20 minute games were too short and the teams were not balanced or equal by each position, one team had 2 goalies another had 4?? Also think could improve on how the team were divided up. The other issue was some boys spent Saturday winning a NY State Championship (Congratulations)and had to miss the first day, then they show up on Sunday, The tryout should be held after States are over.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/11/13 11:07 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
It's a shame that Chaminade and St A's can't participate in the State HS tournament with the publics. The last game between Chaminade and St A's seems like ancient history while this great tournament continues on. I believe they do mix public and private in Jersey for a "true" state champion. How awesome would that be for the New [lacrosse] State tourney? One can only hope one day.


Private schools can choose their players, offer scholarships, not quite the same as public


Public schools can choose their players or at least players can choose the school. Just ask Ward Melville, their top player is from outside the district. He goes to school there but it is not the school that he should attend based on where he resides.

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Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/11/13 11:46 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Chaminade would win. Still hard to match up a private vs public school. It's not fair. Chaminade is like an allstar team where public school you have to play what goes through the system.


Really? Then how did they lose to Yorktown? Had they played WM for a "true NYS Championship" it would not have gone well for the Flyers... Not this year.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/11/13 11:52 AM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
It's a shame that Chaminade and St A's can't participate in the State HS tournament with the publics. The last game between Chaminade and St A's seems like ancient history while this great tournament continues on. I believe they do mix public and private in Jersey for a "true" state champion. How awesome would that be for the New [lacrosse] State tourney? One can only hope one day.
That is true in regards to NJ. There is one "Tournament of Champions" winner at the end of the year. Somewhat surprisingly, public schools have won it the last 7 years running despite the fact that Delbarton, Don Bosco, Bergen Catholic, etc. participate. Ridge won it this year, Bridgewater the two years prior, Summit the two years prior to that (and have gone 106-7 over last 5 years), etc. Great way to crown one overall winner.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/11/13 12:20 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Chaminade would win. Still hard to match up a private vs public school. It's not fair. Chaminade is like an allstar team where public school you have to play what goes through the system.


Really? Then how did they lose to Yorktown? Had they played WM for a "true NYS Championship" it would not have gone well for the Flyers... Not this year.


Didn't the Hill Academy destroy Chaminade in an exhibition game this year? Chaminade is good but totally overrated. Far from the best team in NY (certainly not the best on LI), and probably would not do that well against the top MD area teams either.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/11/13 12:25 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
UA tryouts were well run and lots of great action. For once, it was nice to just sit back and enjoy watching the games and the boys play without having to worry about scores, what teams you were playing next, playoffs, etc. The boys on his team did a great job bonding and dividing up the playing time themselves. By the end of day one, they were calling each other's names on the field instead of just pinnie numbers. Overall, a great group of young men on the field from all the teams. We will definately do this again next year.



I disagree - total waste of time. I thought it was nothing but a huge money grab. Literally hundreds of kids of all different abilities - many looking like non-starters on JV. This really should be invite only or a two step process where there are tryouts to make the real tryout. Like the Nassau/Suffolk showcase. There were way too many kids on each team for such short games on only two fields. Coaches on the sidelines were basically gone midway through the night. At best some kids were seeing 1/2 or less than half a game depending on how many at each position. My son played on a team with 7 attack - tell me how that works equitabily in 20 minutes of time. Unless they change the format and make it more exclusive, my son won't do it again or we'll go to another region like New England.


Maybe my son got lucky with his team assignment. However, he had a great time with the other boys and feels he got a real self evaluation of his talent level based on who he was playing with and against.

I do agree that some of the talent level may not have been up to snuff since it was an open tryout but that's what happens at these things. As for the Nassau/Suffolk tryouts, many boys do not get the chance since coaches are doing favors and some kids who should be there are not. Both systems are flawed but fixable.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/11/13 06:55 PM
UA Team Long Island 2014

Patrick McCormick 2014 Attack Hicksville
Brian Cannon 2014 Attack Northport
Ryan Keenan 2014 Attack Smithtown West
Matthew Greene 2014 Defense Garden City
NicholasCapuana 2014 Defense Massapequa
Logan Greco 2014 Defense Smithtown West
Kyle Mathie 2014 Defense Smithtown West
JJ Foley 2014 Defense Smithtown West
Matt Isnardi 2014 Goalie Chaminade
Jack Concannon2014 Goalie St. Anthony's
Liam Blohm 2014 LSM Syosset
Sam Bonafede2014 Mid-Field Chaminade
Sean Cerrone 2014 Mid-Field Chaminade
Carney Mahon 2014 Mid-Field Chaminade
Cody George 2014 Mid-Field Garden City
Craig Berge 2014 Mid-Field Massapequa
Christian Zawadzki2014 Mid-Field Smithtown West
John (JT)Caputo 2014 Mid-Field St. Anthony's
Gregory Galligan2014 Mid-Field St. Anthony's
Alex Concannon2015 Attack Syosset
Thomas Reilly 2015 Defense Ward Melville
James Sullivan2015 Face-off Garden City
Austin Henningsen2015 Face-off Northport
Thomas Wright 2015 LSM Garden City
NicholasYevoli 2015 Mid-Field Massapequa
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/20/13 03:47 PM
Any word on todays Nassau Suffolk games Rising Soph Jr Sr's
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/20/13 04:18 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any word on todays Nassau Suffolk games Rising Soph Jr Sr's


Anybody have a list of the UA uncommitted players?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/20/13 05:41 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any word on todays Nassau Suffolk games Rising Soph Jr Sr's


Anybody have a list of the UA uncommitted players?


nothing official but I have heard 2015's
Burke CSH attack, Fowler (CHAM D?)and Miller Calhoun Goalie
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/20/13 09:07 PM
Isnt the game over how'd it go

Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Any word on todays Nassau Suffolk games Rising Soph Jr Sr's


Anybody have a list of the UA uncommitted players?


nothing official but I have heard 2015's
Burke CSH attack, Fowler (CHAM D?)and Miller Calhoun Goalie
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/20/13 11:31 PM
Do they have anything like this for girls?
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Do they have anything like this for girls?


Yes, but I don't have a list.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/21/13 03:37 AM
Originally Posted by Powderfinger
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Do they have anything like this for girls?


Yes, but I don't have a list.

So how would a girk qualify for an incoming freshman or sophmore nod?
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/21/13 02:03 PM
Rising soph suffolk 10-4 over nassau
Rising junior nassau 11-10 over suffolk
Rising senior suffolk 14-8 over nassau
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/21/13 05:17 PM
can anyone post the rosters with HS listed for all six teams?

Thank you
Originally Posted by Anonymous
can anyone post the rosters with HS listed for all six teams?

Thank you
The rosters for Suffolk and Nassau's rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors follow.

Suffolk Rising Seniors

Michael Aronow, D, Sachem North
Michael Calvagna, M, Sachem North
Brian Cannon, A, Northport
Brendan Donnelly, M, Comsewogue
Evan Gagne, M, Westhampton
Logan Greco, D, Smithtown West
Dylan Harned, M, Middle County
Ryan Hubbard, A Riverhead
Ryan Keenan, A Smithtown West
Patrick Kenneally, M, Eastport/South Manor
Aaron Lewis, G, Bay Shore
Kyle Mathie, D, Smithtown West
Michael Moynihan, M, West Islip
Kieran Mullins, A, Islip
Brett Osman, D, Miller Place
Patrick Roarty, M, Ward Melville
Nicholas Santorelli, A, Babylon
Matt Smidt, G, Smithtown West
Robert Talay, D, Smithtown East
Kevin Ward, A, Bayport-Blue Point
Raymond Wardell, M, Babylon
Zachary Wolfe, M, Mt. Sinai
Austin Yezarski, D, Miller Place

Suffolk Rising Juniors

Jacob Bloom, D, Miller Place
Alex Borja, M, Rocky Point
Ryan Bray, A, Shoreham-Wading River
Daniel Bucaro, A, Ward Melville
Jake Buonaiuto, A, Miller Place
Anthony Cesario, D, Mt. Sinai
Michael Cirrone, D, Ward Melville
John Daniggelis, M, Smithtown East
Christian Fiordelisi, A, Huntington
James Gerdvil, D, Northport
Austin Henningsen, M, Northport
Ian Junge, D, Sachem North
Joseph Licata, M, Sachem, North
Timothy Mattiace, D, Huntington
Jake McCulloch, M, Ward Melville
John Roca, G, Riverhead
Nicholas Scala, M, Smithtown East
Sean Sconone, G, East Islip
Jack Sullivan, M, Rocky Point
Rocco Sutherland, A, Northport
Thomas (T.J.) Tiernan, M, Elwood/John Glenn
Michael Trainor, M, Northport
Brian Willetts, A, Smithtown East

Suffolk Rising Sophomores

Jack Hannigan, A, East Islip
Dylan Rhatigan, A, Sachem North
Daniel Rooney, A, Smithtown East
Jake Weinman, A, Bayport-Blue Point
Thomas Haun, A, Sachem North
Conor Smith, A, West Islip
Stephen Reed, D, Comsewogue
Brian Stempke, D, Mt. Sinai
Ross Di Betta, D, Middle Country
Finn Goonan, D, Northport
Brandon Desmond, D, William Floyd
Blake Carrara, D, Riverhead
Jacon Giacalone, G, Sachem North
Shane Brennan, G, Walt Whitman
Philip Glynn, M, Bay Shore
Chris Forsberg, M, Elwood/John Glenn
Wayne White, M, Elwood/John Glenn
Riley Forte, M, Half Hollow Hills West
Kyle Stemke, M, Middle Country
Danny Varello, M, Smithtown West
John Tabert, M, Northport
Anthony Devito, M, Rocky Point
Gerard Arceri, Smithtown East

Nassau Rising Seniors

A Christopher Brown Farmingdale
A Patrick McCormick Hicksville
A Thomas McAndrew MacArthur
A Kyle Cain Wantagh
D Billy Andrle East Meadow
D Patrick Finneran Garden City
D Matthew Vezza Locust Valley
D Benny Borgognone Manhasset
D Nicholas Capuana Massapequa
D Liam Blohm Syosset
D Nick Balzano Massapequa
G Jake Mellen Sewanhaka
G Jack Verschleiser Hewlett
M Tyler Warner Baldwin
M Matt Robison Carey
M Nicholas Suchocki East Meadow
M Brian Eletti Island Trees
M Joseph Bressingham Locust Valley
M Joseph Grossi Lynbrook
M James Farrell Manhasset
M Craig Berge Massapequa
M Luke Schwasnick Oceanside
M Josh Ayzenberg Long Beach

Nassau Rising Juniors

A Nick Spillane Carey
A Gordon Purdie Lynbrook
A Paul Dilena Massapequa
A Alex Concannon Syosset
D Nicholas Deluca Baldwin
D Matthew Borges Garden City
D Eddie Bouhall Lynbrook
D John Neil Port Washington
D Stephen Parker South Side
D David Reiter Syosset
G Griffin Miller Calhoun
G Ryland Frost North Shore
M Spencer Kaufman Calhoun
M Kyle Brattan Garden City
M Mark Marciano Herricks
M Christopher Parler Long Beach
M Owen Daly Lynbrook
M Griffin Barnathan Massapequa
M Nicholas Yevoli Massapequa
M Ryan Garry Port Washington
M Luke Scaduto South Side
M Nicholas Hatzipetrakos Syosset

Nassau Rising Sophomores

A Tommy McPartland Farmingdale
A Luke McDaid Garden City
A Joe Madsen Locust Valley
A Matthew Gavin Manhasset
A Justin Lynskey Massapequa
A Ryan Tierney Massapequa
A Mac O’Keefe Syosset
D Reed Tansill Locust Valley
D Zachary Barrett Lynbrook
D Chris Battaglia Manhasset
D Thomas Clejan Manhasset
D Terence McMenamy South Side
D Daniel Confort Garden City
G Matthew Deluca Farmingdale
G Gavin Tam Friends Academy
M Dylan Beckwith Wantagh
M Riley Cox Cold Spring Harbor
M Timothy Schmelzinger Garden City
M Kyle Cherry Manhasset
M Casey Kimmel Massapequa
M Joseph Gardella New Hyde Park
M Alex Giovinco Syosset
M Kyle Sliwak Wantagh
Newsday's All-Long Island Boys Lacrosse Team

TIM ROTANZ, Long Island Player of the Year
Shoreham-Wading River, Attack, Sr.
With a Long Island-best 141 points this season, Rotanz finished a magnificent five-year varsity career with 450 points (245 goals), third best in Long Island history. He'll take his talents to Maryland, which will find a place in its lineup for his hard shot, accurate passes and ability to dodge in traffic. Rotanz is a three-time Newsday All-Long Island choice and also a three-time All-American

JUSTIN GUTERDING, Nassau Player of the Year
Garden City, Attack, Sr.
Guterding constantly drew the toughest defenders but still scored 56 goals and added 46 assists to finish No. 5 on Long Island in points (92). He had 41 points (22 goals) during Garden City's run to a second consecutive Class B state championship in seven playoff games.

BRIAN BALKAM
Smithtown East, Goalie, Sr.

PAUL BENTZ
Massapequa, Midfield, Sr.

ED BLATZ
Garden City, Defense, Sr.

JACK BRUCKNER
Ward Melville, Attack/Midfield

JOHN CRAWLEY
Port Washington, Midfield, Sr.

J.T. FORKIN
Long Beach, Midfield, Sr.

DANNY FOWLER
Chaminade, Goalie, Sr.

RYAN KEENAN
Smithtown West, Attack, Jr.

RYAN LUKACOVIC
Chaminade, Attack, Sr.

CHRISTIAN MAZZONE
Ward Melville, Attack Sr.

DYLAN MOLLOY
St. Anthony's, Attack, Sr.

TIM MULLER
Chaminade, Defense, Sr.

JACK MORAN, Nassau Coach of the Year
Chaminade

MIKE HOPPEY, Suffolk Coach of the Year
Ward Melville
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/23/13 05:34 PM
Balkam is great goalie, but how can you not give 1st team to Nemirov from Ward Melville. 22-0 and played outstanding in the playoffs.
High School All-Americans

US Lacrosse has announced the second of three groups of high school boys' lacrosse players to be named a US Lacrosse High School All-American, All-Academic honoree or Bob Scott Award winner. US Lacrosse uses a calendar-based recognition process to accommodate for the different time frames of high school lacrosse seasons across the country. The third group will be announced at the beginning of July.

New Jersey
Burgdorf, Christian — Defense (Westfield, NJ/Westfield, NJ) — Denver
Cannon, Erik — Defense (Ridgewood, NJ/Don Bosco Prep, NJ) — Lafayette
Carbone, Austin — Attack (Summit, NJ/Summit, NJ) — Tufts
Carbone, Tyler — Defense (Summit, NJ/Summit, NJ) — Tufts
Doss, Shane — Goalie (Glen Ridge, NJ/Glen Ridge, NJ) — Notre Dame
George, Jeff — Midfield (Warren, NJ/Watchung Hills, NJ) — Massachusetts
Goldstein, Colin — Defense (Glen Ridge, NJ/Glen Ridge, NJ) — Saint Joseph's
Guida, Thomas — Midfield (Chatham, NJ/Chatham, NJ) — (junior)
Jones, T.J. — Goalie (Basking Ridge, NJ/Ridge, NJ) — Saint Joseph
Kaden, Jared — Defense (Martinsville, NJ/Bridgewater Raritan, NJ) — Bryant
Lane, Matt — Attack (Glen Ridge, NJ/Montclair Kimberly Academy, NJ) — Syracuse
Olbrich, Matt — Midfield (Moorestown, NJ/Moorestown, NJ) — Delaware
Palladino, J.T. — Attack (Basking Ridge, NJ/Ridge, NJ) — (junior)
Pounds, Noah — Goalie (Fair Lawn, NJ/Ridgewood, NJ) — Navy
Raposo, Matt — Attack (Branchburg, NJ/Somerville, NJ) — Lehigh
Reinson, Josh — Midfield (Montgomery, NJ/Montgomery, NJ) — Maryland
Reynolds, Will — Defense (Morristown, NJ/Delbarton, NJ) — Princeton
Scott, Eric — Midfield (Basking Ridge, NJ/Ridge, NJ) — Yale
Stephan, Don — Midfield (Tewksbury, NJ/Rutgers Prep, NJ) — Dartmouth
Williams, Austin — Midfield (Morristown, NJ/Delbarton, NJ) — Harvard

New Jersey-Central
Butler, Murf — Defense (Pennington, NJ/Hopewell Valley, NJ) — Rhodes
Pappas, Stefan — Attack (Allentown, NJ/Allentown, NJ) — Trinity
Witalec, John — Goalie (Lawrence, NJ/Notre Dame, NJ) — Widener

New Jersey-Shore
Bloodgood, Dan — Attack (Freehold, NJ/Freehold Township, NJ) — Monmouth
Clarke, Michael — Attack (Rumson, NJ/Rumson Fair Haven, NJ) — Vermont
Dambach, Alec — Attack (Howell, NJ/Howell, NJ) — Chestnut Hill
Jennings, J.T. — Defense (Rumson, NJ/Rumson Fair Haven, NJ) — (junior)
Jinks, Dylan — Attack (Manahawkin, NJ/Southern Regional, NJ) — (sophomore)

New Jersey-South
Dean, Jacob — Midfield (Medford Lakes, NJ/Shawnee, NJ) — Virginia
Gorman, Nate — Defense (Sewell, NJ/St. Augustine Prep, NJ) — Villanova
Leonard, Eric — Goalie (Mount Laurel, NJ/Lenape, NJ) — Richard Stockton
Monticollo, Adam — Defense (Medford, NJ/St. Augustine Prep, NJ) — Loyola
Schulte, Tyler — Attack (Southampton, NJ/Seneca, NJ) — Widener
Sutton, Mike — Attack (Sewell, NJ/St. Augustine Prep, NJ) — Penn State

New [lacrosse]-Albany
D'Amario, Mike — Attack (Niskayuna, NY/Niskayuna, NY) — (junior)
Goldstock, Luke — Attack (Niskayuna, NY/Niskayuna, NY) — North Carolina
Maloney, Lucas — Attack (Niskayuna, NY/Niskayuna, NY) — Penn State
Reilly, Peter — Defense (Niskayuna, NY/Christian Bros Academy, NY) — Hofstra
Rogers, Brian — Midfield (Clifton Park, NY/Shenendehowa, NY) — Le Moyne

New [lacrosse]-Mid Hudson
Donnellan, Brandon — Defense (Warwick, NY/Warwick, NY) — Pace
Levins, Jake — Attack (Slate Hill, NY/Minisink Valley, NY) — (senior)
Marino, Dominic — Midfield (Kingston, NY/Kingston, NY) — (senior)
Sessa, Joe — Attack (Slate Hill, NY/Minisink Valley, NY) — (sophomore)

New [lacrosse]-Nassau/Suffolk Catholic
Lukacovic, Ryan — Attack (Syosset, NY/Chaminade, NY) — Virginia

New [lacrosse]-Section IV
Cosens, Tanner — Goalie (Endwell, NY/Maine-Endwell, NY) — Rutgers
Henderson, Jadeon — Attack (Ithaca, NY/Ithaca, NY) — Hartford
Lasda, Eli — Midfield (Ithaca, NY/Ithaca, NY) — Penn State

New [lacrosse]-Section V
Brooks, Ben — Midfield (Irondequoit, NY/Irondequoit, NY) — Mercyhurst
Cummins, Charlie — Defense (Penfield, NY/Penfield, NY) — Tampa
DiPasquale, Albie — Attack (Pittsford, NY/Pittsford Sutherland, NY) — Binghamton
Kaser, Matt — Attack (Spencerport, NY/Spencerport, NY) — Binghamton
Reevers, Ben — Attack (Macedon, NY/Palmyra Macedon, NY) — (junior)
Vakiener, Jay — Midfield (Fairport, NY/Fairport, NY) — Binghamton
Vaughn, Kevin — Midfield (Fairport, NY/Fairport, NY) — Mercyhurst

New [lacrosse]-Suffolk County
Aponte, Nick — Midfield (West Islip, NY/West Islip, NY) — Penn State
Balkam, Brian — Goalie (St James, NY/Smithtown East, NY) — North Carolina
Bruckner, Jack — Midfield (Setauket, NY/Ward Melville, NY) — Duke
DeLuca, Tyler — Midfield (Port Jefferson Station, NY/Comsewogue, NY) — Binghamton
Keenan, Ryan — Attack (Smithtown, NY/Smithtown West, NY) — (junior)
Mazzone, Christian — Midfield (Stony Brook, NY/Ward Melville, NY) — Rutgers
Rotanz, Timothy — Attack (Wading River, NY/Shoreham-Wading River, NY) — Maryland
Sirico, Zach — Attack (Sayville, NY/Sayville, NY) — Loyola
Ward, Brian — Midfield (Bayport, NY/Bayport/Blue Point, NY) — Ohio State
High School Academic All-Americans

US Lacrosse has announced the second of three groups of high school boys' lacrosse players to be named a US Lacrosse High School All-American, All-Academic honoree or Bob Scott Award winner. US Lacrosse uses a calendar-based recognition process to accommodate for the different time frames of high school lacrosse seasons across the country. The third group will be announced at the beginning of July.

New Jersey
Abbiatici, Raymond — Midfield (Basking Ridge, NJ/Ridge, NJ) — (senior)
Allegrini, Robert — Midfield (Wanaque, NJ/Lakeland Regional, NJ) — (senior)
Berven, Alistair — Defense (San Francisco, CA/Lawrenceville School, NJ) — Princeton
Cunningham, John — Attack (Scotch Plains, NJ/Scotch Plains-Fanwood, NJ) — (senior)
Ducey, Stephen — Defense (Glen Ridge, NJ/Glen Ridge, NJ) — Swarthmore
Higgins, Andrew — Midfield (Morristown, NJ/Delbarton, NJ) — (senior)
Jackson, Patrick — Defense (Montclair, NJ/Montclair, NJ) — (senior)
Jannicelli, James — Defense (Florham Park, NJ/Seton Hall Prep, NJ) — Lawrenceville
Larysz, Eric — Defense (Fair Lawn, NJ/Fair Lawn, NJ) — (senior)
Waterfield, Michael — Midfield (Branchburg, NJ/Somerville, NJ) — Villanova

New Jersey-Central
Bell, Chandler — Midfield (Pennington, NJ/Hopewell Valley, NJ) — (senior)

New Jersey-Shore
Briggs, Connor — Defense (Rumson, NJ/Rumson-Fair Haven, NJ) — (senior)
Kalinowski, Matt — Defense (Toms River, NJ/Toms River East, NJ) — (senior)

New Jersey-South
Baumgartel, Chris — Midfield (Egg Harbor Township, NJ/Egg Harbor Township, NJ) — (senior)
Hoffman, Reed — Attack (Meford, NJ/Lenape, NJ) — (senior)
Sole, Jackson — Midfield (Cape May CH, NJ/Lower Cape May, NJ) — (senior)

New [lacrosse]-Albany
McDonough, Fitz — Defense (Albany, NY/Lasalle Institute, NY) — (senior)
Olney, Tyler — Defense (Clifton Park, NY/Shenendehowa, NY) — Tufts

New [lacrosse]-Mid Hudson
Stewart, Austin — Midfield (Newburgh, NY/Newburgh Free Academy, NY) — (senior)
Waters, Ryan — Attack (Millbrook, NY/Millbrook, NY) — (senior)

New [lacrosse]-NYSAIS/Ivy
Berney, Jacob — Goalie (New [lacrosse] , NY/Trinity School, NY) — (senior)

New [lacrosse]-Nassau/Suffolk Catholic
Molloy, Dylan — Attack (Setauket, NY/St. Anthony's, NY) — Brown

New [lacrosse]-Section IV
Pecen, Turner — Defense (Endicott, NY/Union-Endicott, NY) — (senior)

New [lacrosse]-Section V
Bailey, Luc — Defense (Rochester, NY/McQuaid Jesuit, NY) — Ohio State
Burdette, Jim — Defense (Penn Yan, NY/Penn Yan Academy, NY) — Albany
Cunningham, Sean — Midfield (Geneva, NY/Geneva, NY) — Hobart

New [lacrosse]-Suffolk County
Colapinto, Vincent — Attack (Huntington , NY/Walt Whitman, NY) — Richmond
Henderson, William — Goalie (Eastport, NY/Eastport-South Manor, NY) — (senior)
Madden, Daniel — Defense (West Islip, NY/West Islip, NY) — Babson
Triolo, Peter — Defense (St James, NY/Smithtown East, NY) — Penn State
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/26/13 01:16 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Balkam is great goalie, but how can you not give 1st team to Nemirov from Ward Melville. 22-0 and played outstanding in the playoffs.

Agree!! I played against both of them !
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 06/29/13 02:33 PM
any news from Gait Cup?
2013 Bob Scott Award Winners

A US Lacrosse Bob Scott Award winner is a senior player recognized by each area chairman who truly honors lacrosse, is invested in the development of the game in his community, is an exceptional player who continually strives to improve his game, and is an exemplary member of his team. He exemplifies the spirit of the game, on and off the field.

2013 Bob Scott Award Winners (Group 2)
California-Orange County - Austin Birch, G (St. Margaret's Episcopal, 2013)
Florida-South - Calder Alfano, D (Boca Raton, 2013)
Idaho - Eric Timmons, A (Skyview, 2013)
Indiana - John Jessup, A (Marian, 2013)
Maine - John Wheeler, A (Scarborough, 2013)
Maryland-Eastern Shore - Zane Doyle, M (Queen Anne's, 2013)
Maryland-Harford County - Collin Etzel, D (Patterson Mill, 2013)
Maryland-Howard County - Sean Harrison, M (Marriotts Ridge , 2013)
Maryland-Independent - Patrick Martin, A (The Heights, 2013)
Michigan - Sergio Perkovic, M (Brother Rice, 2013)
New England ISL - Liam Garrity-Rokous, D (St. Paul's School, 2013)
New Jersey - Jackson Patterson, D (Peddie School, 2013)
New Jersey-Central - Adam Ainslie, A (Princeton, 2013)
New Jersey-Shore Conference - JD Kuper, M (Manasquan, 2013)
New Jersey-South - Jackson Sole, M (Lower Cape May, 2013)
New [lacrosse]-Mid Hudson - Tim Clark, LSM (Kingston, 2013)
New [lacrosse]-Section V - Julian King, G (Brockport Central, 2013)
New [lacrosse]-Suffolks County - Timothy Rotanz, A (Shoreham-Wading River, 2013)
Pennsylvania-Central - Jesse Schonbrunner, M (Kennard-Dale, 2014)
Virginia-Northern - Joe Crawford, A (Yorktown, 2012)
Virginia-Northwest - Morgan Denecke, A (Stonewall Jackson, 2013)
Virginia-Piedmont - Davis Horbal, D (Chirstchurch School, 2013)
Washington - Zach Oelsner, M (Washington State Prep, 2013)
West Virginia - Roger "Larry" Harvey, D (Capital, 2013)
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 07/08/13 04:49 PM
Originally Posted by CageSage
2013 Bob Scott Award Winners

A US Lacrosse Bob Scott Award winner is a senior player recognized by each area chairman who truly honors lacrosse, is invested in the development of the game in his community, is an exceptional player who continually strives to improve his game, and is an exemplary member of his team. He exemplifies the spirit of the game, on and off the field.

2013 Bob Scott Award Winners (Group 2)
California-Orange County - Austin Birch, G (St. Margaret's Episcopal, 2013)
Florida-South - Calder Alfano, D (Boca Raton, 2013)
Idaho - Eric Timmons, A (Skyview, 2013)
Indiana - John Jessup, A (Marian, 2013)
Maine - John Wheeler, A (Scarborough, 2013)
Maryland-Eastern Shore - Zane Doyle, M (Queen Anne's, 2013)
Maryland-Harford County - Collin Etzel, D (Patterson Mill, 2013)
Maryland-Howard County - Sean Harrison, M (Marriotts Ridge , 2013)
Maryland-Independent - Patrick Martin, A (The Heights, 2013)
Michigan - Sergio Perkovic, M (Brother Rice, 2013)
New England ISL - Liam Garrity-Rokous, D (St. Paul's School, 2013)
New Jersey - Jackson Patterson, D (Peddie School, 2013)
New Jersey-Central - Adam Ainslie, A (Princeton, 2013)
New Jersey-Shore Conference - JD Kuper, M (Manasquan, 2013)
New Jersey-South - Jackson Sole, M (Lower Cape May, 2013)
New [lacrosse]-Mid Hudson - Tim Clark, LSM (Kingston, 2013)
New [lacrosse]-Section V - Julian King, G (Brockport Central, 2013)
New [lacrosse]-Suffolks County - Timothy Rotanz, A (Shoreham-Wading River, 2013)
Pennsylvania-Central - Jesse Schonbrunner, M (Kennard-Dale, 2014)
Virginia-Northern - Joe Crawford, A (Yorktown, 2012)
Virginia-Northwest - Morgan Denecke, A (Stonewall Jackson, 2013)
Virginia-Piedmont - Davis Horbal, D (Chirstchurch School, 2013)
Washington - Zach Oelsner, M (Washington State Prep, 2013)
West Virginia - Roger "Larry" Harvey, D (Capital, 2013)


Congratulations to Tim Rotanz. My son and I met him and Coach Rotanz at Pridefest last week at the Powershaft tent, and they could not have been nicer. So humble, I didn't even know who we were talking to until 5 minutes into our conversation, when Tom handed me his card. I recognized the name immediately. It isn't every day you get to meet the best player in the US and a coaching giant. They made a point of knowing my son's name and where we were from, which made my son's day.

Well deserved Tim!
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 03/27/14 01:10 PM
Originally Posted by Anonymous
UA Team Long Island 2014

Patrick McCormick 2014 Attack Hicksville
Brian Cannon 2014 Attack Northport
Ryan Keenan 2014 Attack Smithtown West
Matthew Greene 2014 Defense Garden City
NicholasCapuana 2014 Defense Massapequa
Logan Greco 2014 Defense Smithtown West
Kyle Mathie 2014 Defense Smithtown West
JJ Foley 2014 Defense Smithtown West
Matt Isnardi 2014 Goalie Chaminade
Jack Concannon2014 Goalie St. Anthony's
Liam Blohm 2014 LSM Syosset
Sam Bonafede2014 Mid-Field Chaminade
Sean Cerrone 2014 Mid-Field Chaminade
Carney Mahon 2014 Mid-Field Chaminade
Cody George 2014 Mid-Field Garden City
Craig Berge 2014 Mid-Field Massapequa
Christian Zawadzki2014 Mid-Field Smithtown West
John (JT)Caputo 2014 Mid-Field St. Anthony's
Gregory Galligan2014 Mid-Field St. Anthony's
Alex Concannon2015 Attack Syosset
Thomas Reilly 2015 Defense Ward Melville
James Sullivan2015 Face-off Garden City
Austin Henningsen2015 Face-off Northport
Thomas Wright 2015 LSM Garden City
NicholasYevoli 2015 Mid-Field Massapequa
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 08/15/14 11:42 PM
You have absolutely no idea what you are talking about. Do you understand the level of talent that Chaminade had in 2013. They had 25 D1 players and 3 All-American's and were ranked #2 in the countey. Come back when you have your facts straight.
Posted By: Anonymous Re: Boys Spring 2013 High School Varsity Lacrosse - 08/15/14 11:43 PM
No. Chaminade did no scrimmage Hill Academy. Chaminade actually played ward mellville in 2014 and won by 5 goals.
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