Long Island Lacrosse Community is in for a real treat! A full day of high level girls lacrosse, some of the top teams from all over Long Island, will take on powers from the tri- state area. Support a great cause, and watch Long Island’s best, battle in the Gains for Brains on Saturday April 27th at CSH. See the Donation button to view the Website for more details
“In addition to providing some of the best girls lacrosse in the country, our goal is to raise as much money and awareness for the Making Headway Foundation. In the first four years, we’ve raised nearly $45,000! But who’s stopping there? It’s a great cause, so we’re looking to double that number.
What is the Making Headway Foundation? It’s a wonderful organization that helps children diagnosed with brain and spinal cord tumors. They provide care and comfort for the kids while also funding medical research geared toward better treatments and a cure.
To continue as last year, we are making it easy to contribute to the cause. That’s why this page was set up; every little bit helps!
We still want to see you all on April 27th at Cold Spring Harbor High School for an amazing day of lacrosse, food and fundraising!”
-Andrew “Raff” Rappaport
1pm: Mattituck/Southold vs Suffern
A 5 and 3 overall record, Mattituck is led on the offensive end byDynamic Duo, The Hoeg Twins, Riley and Mackenzie.
3pm: Eastport-South Manor vs Darien
Undefeated on the year with an 8 and 0 record, ESM is lead by Kasey Choma and Ellie Masera.
5pm: Mt. Sinai vs Moorestown
7 and 1 on the season, the Mustangs are led on the offensive end by Emma Tyrrell, Morgan Mitchell and Jenny Markey.
7pm: Cold Spring Harbor vs New Canaan
9 and 1 on the year, Isabella Vitale and Caroline DeBellis have been controlling the pace on the Offensive end for the Seahawks.
12pm: Farmingdale vs Yorktown
8 and 2 on the year, Farmingdale has had much success with some big winds against Lynbrook and Huntington.
2pm: Sacred Heart vs John Jay-Cross River
A 5 and 2 overall record, Sacred Heart is known to play top competition all over the Island, and leading the way is senior attacker Arden Tierney.
4pm: West Babylon vs Bronxville
7 and 2 on the year, Kayla Downey and the Heller Twins, Hannah and Emily have been leading the flock for the Eagles.
6pm: Middle Country vs Rumson
7 and 1 overall on the season, Jen Barry and Alois Sophie have been controlling the pace on the Offensive end for MC.
To make a donation on behalf of your favorite girls lacrosse team