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Author Archives: Ellis Joshua

Young Gun Feature; Megan Kitagawa

Megan Kitagawa is regarded as one of the top players in the class of 2022. The Syosset attack has aided in elevating her game, allowing her to work on shooting to become a more lethal scorer. As a multi sport athlete, she also has tremendous hand eye coordination. The Syosset Braves were a very solid

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Top Recruit Joey Spallina on his Commitment to Syracuse

On September 16, the nations top ranked recruit in the class of 2022 Joey Spallina announced that he will be taking his talents to Syracuse upon graduating from Mt. Sinai. Spallina said that it has always been his dream to play at Syracuse from the moment he started playing lacrosse. The Orange have a long

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The Rivalry: Mt. Sinai vs Shoreham Wading River

The rivalry between Mt. Sinai and Shoreham Wading River is as good as it gets. These two Suffolk County teams have been dominant over the last few years. The Mustangs have made the playoffs six of the last seven years, winning the county championship in 2015 and making it to consecutive county championship games in

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Young Gun Feature; Brendan Staub

The class of 2022 has an extremely talented group of players and Garden City’s Brendan Staub is certainly one of them. On the defensive side of the ball, he will play a huge role in the Trojan’s success in the 2021 season. He is a lockdown defender, making life extremely difficult for the offensive opposition.

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LILJ Committed Corner Class of 2021

Boys 

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The Rivalry: Farmingdale vs Massapequa

One of the biggest and most intense rivalries on the island is Farmingdale and Massapequa. With the two towns being just a few miles away from each other, there’s not a lot of love lost between these teams as their rivalry stems back decades. A rivalry is at the peak of its intensity when both

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Then and Now; Pat McCabe

Lacrosse wasn't the first sport that Pat McCabe grew up playing. As a baseball player for much of his childhood, he didn't start playing lacrosse until the eighth or ninth grade. He was able to see the lacrosse field from across the diamond, and always thought it looked like fun. It took some convincing from

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Top PLL Regular Season Performers From Long Island

The PLL regular season saw plenty of great performances in what was a four game regular season sprint. Many of the games biggest stars showed up and showed out, and Long Island is well represented with players who had a strong regular season. The Whipsnakes find themselves with the best record in the league at

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2020 PLL Whipsnakes Preview

PLL Whipsnakes  Head Coach: Jim Stagnitta Assistant Coaches: Mike Murphy & Brian Grady 2019 Record: 6-4 The Whipsnakes are entering the 2020 season as the defending champions. After finishing with the second best record in the league, and defeating the Redwoods 12-11 in overtime in the championship game, they are coming into this season with the goal of

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2020 PLL Waterdogs Preview

PLL Waterdogs  Head Coach: Andrew Copelan Assistant Coaches: Robert Cross & Brendan Dawson The Waterdogs are the first PLL expansion team and are ready to hit the ground running after building a roster through the expansion draft, new entry draft, and college draft. They are well represented with players from Long Island including goalie Matt DeLuca who

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