Author Archives: Andrew Scott
Welcome back to the LILJ’s top 100 list of the 2022 class. Last week we took a look at numbers 100-23 and today we will be counting down the last 22 players. This list was put together by the LILJ’s talent evaluators in a sandlot format. This means that whoever our talent evaluators would take
Welcome to the top 100 men’s players on Long Island! Today we are going to showcase the first 77 of the most impressive juniors playing on the island. Our group of talent evaluators received over 200 names of just juniors who could have appeared on this list. In a sandlot format, the LILJ took the
Championship game: The Indians vs. The Blue Devils After a long winter season of playing box lacrosse. The last two teams left were the undefeated Indians and the red-hot Blue Devils. Going into this game, the Blue Devils were playing their best lacrosse winning five straight games while the Indians didn’t lose a game all
Game 1: The Indians vs. The Marines For the Marines, this was their biggest game of the season, because they thought they had a chance to dethrone the best team in the league. The Indians were missing their best offensive player in Emma LoPinto, so the Marines were hungry to play the Indians. Ava Main
What a day of games on Saturday to end the inaugural LILJ Girls Winter Box League. Before watching if Patrick Mahomes can beat the GOAT in Tom Brady later today, let’s look at how this championship Saturday went.
For our final playoff preview, we will take a look at the undefeated Indians. A team full of talent that works well with one another. From the first win against the Blue Devils, to their last win against the Marines, the Indians have proven they are the best team in the league.
With the week coming to an end, we still have to look at the top two teams in the league. Today, we are taking a look at the Braves who finished the season 6-1-1.
For the second part of today’s preview, we are going to take a look at the third seed in the playoffs, the Blue Devils. Their season started off bumpy losing to the Indians 23-10, but they bounced back and beat the Tornadoes and Marines in back to back games.
In today’s preview, we will take a look at the Marines which finished the season 4-3-1. Their first game of the season finished in a tie against their rivals, the Braves. The team would win their next two games against Liberty and the Tornadoes.
In today’s playoff preview, we will take a look at Liberty, a team of young athletes that have been impressive during the season. Liberty finished as the fifth seed with a 2-5-1 record. Forget the record, this team is scrappy and plays tough every game.