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Author Archives: Kenneth Tse

For Stony Brook Lacrosse, The Best Is Yet to Come: On The Rise

Over the last decade, Stony Brook University has continuously aimed to secure its place as a Division One powerhouse. The college has produced some of the game’s biggest names and only looks to evolve in the coming years. Last season was no exception; the program made a fundamental change by introducing a new coaching staff.

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Plainedge Girls’ Program Is: On The Rise

In 2020, the Plainedge Girls Lacrosse Program, like the rest of Long Island, experienced the disappointing cancellation of the lacrosse season. In doing so, they lost some key players: Regina DiChiara, Brooke DiFede, and Victoria Fischetti, to name a few. It is without question, however, that the team is not short on talent. This comes

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LILJ High School Winter League — Coming December, 2020

HIGH SCHOOL WINTER LAX LEAGUE TO TAKE PLACE AT STONY BROOK NEW INDOOR ATHLETIC COMPLEX PRESENTED BY LILJ. HUNTINGTON, NY, Nov. 6th, 2020 — After an exciting summer, Long Island lacrosse is back and better than ever — this time, at Stony Brook University’s brand new athletic complex! The Long Island Lacrosse Journal ‘LILJ’ has

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Committed Corner

Class of 2022 Boys Jack Halpin (2022, LSM, Bellport) UAlbany: Recent University at Albany commit Halpin will be an absolute beast for Bellport in 2021. He's a surefire lockdown whose combination of agility, mental toughness, and grit puts him amongst the best in his county. The Bellport junior has shown off his chops on offense as

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Lutheran’s Lacrosse Program Is: On The Rise

Lutheran surely has its sights on success in 2021. That is, according to third-year Head Coach O’Reilly, who saw 2019’s roster to an impressive 16-3 record. The team went on to make it to the state semifinals, an achievement that exceeded expectations for that year. In continuing his vision to “take [his] team and make

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Committed Corner

Class of 2022 Boys James Carretta (2022, Mount Sinai, Mid) Georgetown: Carretta is a speedy Mount Sinai mid who has great passing and scoring ability. The offensive-minded junior is smart and methodical, often controlling the pace of the game. He is a gritty, hard-nosed player with a knack for regaining his team’s possession. Look for the

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Rising: Center Moriches Girls

“I believe that because of this team’s hard work and dedication to our program, there is no limit to the success they can achieve on the field.” That was the statement shared by Center Moriches Girls Coach Paul Raimondi, who clearly has firm confidence in this year’s talent. It’s not hard to see why; the

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Committed Corner

Class of 2022 Girls  Kylie Budke (2022, Midfield Mount Sinai) UMass Lowell: Mount Sinai’s Budke is a hard-nosed midfielder with a clear knack for scoring. She is great at cutting to the net and on transition, using her blend of agility and footwork to her advantage. Budke is comfortable in traffic, does well in finding her

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Rising: Bayport Boys

A lot has happened for the Bayport Blue Point Boys since their 2019 season. The team went 12-5 when they last took the field, an effort that was aided by offensive catalysts like James Ringer and Devin Benvenutti. With their departures, the question has to be asked: Who will step up in their absence? Head

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Committed Corner

Check out our Committed Corner for the Week of 10/12

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