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Author Archives: Kenneth Tse

On the Rise: William Floyd Boys Lacrosse

The William Floyd Boys team saw a huge loss in 2020: not because of any lack of effort or hard-fought games, but a canceled season that saw the departure of the team’s key players. This includes the team’s offensive frontmen Noah Taylor and Bryan Lubitz, who combined scored an exceptional 39 goals and provided 51

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LILJ Committed Corner Class of 2022 Girls

Girls Jellinne Bonilla (2022, Midfield, Babylon)- UMass: Bonilla is expected to dismantle her Long Island competition in 2021. There is little that your average defense can do to stop the midfielder. Her speed is amongst the best in Suffolk County, which only makes her ability to score from close range an even greater threat. The

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LILJ Committed Corner Class of 2022 Boys

Joey Spallina (2022, Attack, Mount Sinai)- Syracuse: If you’re following Long Island Lacrosse, you know the name Joey Spallina. The All-American is ranked by many as the top player out of the 2022 class, and for good reason. There seems to be nothing that is missing from his offensive capabilities. Speed, vision, high lacrosse IQ,

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On the Rise: Huntington Girls Lacrosse

Two seasons ago, a Huntington team led by Abby Maichin, Paige Lennon, and Maya Santa-Maria missed out on playoff contention by just one game. It was a hard loss for sure, but one that they haven’t forgotten; in 2021, the team is now poised on having a statement, breakout year. As the new season approaches,

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Remembering Welles Crowther 19 years after 9/11

The idea of Americans being attacked on our home soil is something that may seem unfathomable to those born after 9/11. It was a day of unthinkable tragedy, one that is still felt by so many. As we approach the 19th anniversary of the attack, we reflect on the many lives that were lost on

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Committed Corner

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Committed Corner

Boys Ben Bruno (2021, Midfield, Cold Spring Harbor)- Amherst: Bruno can do it all in the midfield. With a fair amount of speed and fancy footwork, the CSH star can glide by the defender with ease. More recently, however, it’s his scoring ability that has shined through. And, with his play making abilities continuing to

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Girls Jordan Sheehan (2021, Defense, Deer Park)- SUNY Purchase: Sheehan is the gate keeper for her Deer Park team. With an incredible lacrosse IQ and vision, the incoming senior is quick to intercept passes with scoring range. A powerful presence on and off ball, the incoming senior plays catalyst in many of the team's fast break

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Matt Rettinger (2021, Midfield, Chaminade)- Wesleyan: Matt Rettinger appears to do it all for his Chaminade team. He had a fantastic junior campaign while showing great strengths on both sides of the field. Look for him to make the difficult pass and make the strong move on goal. These abilities are matched with impressive stopping ability on

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Boys Danny Caddigan (2021, Attack, Smithtown West)- Cornell: Caddigan is a straight up goal scoring machine. With an extremely high lacrosse IQ, the crafty attacker has a clear ability to put the ball in the back of the net, and considering his fantastic ability to gather tough passes, the incoming senior is simply an offensive threat.

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