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Throughout this week, we have heard rumblings and rumors that the defending Conference B Long Island Champion, Manhasset Indians were moving down to conference C. The LILJ reached out to Section 8 coordinator and Manhasset Athletic Director, Jim Amen, to see if these rumors were true, and Amen did confirm that the Manhasset boys will
What’s disappointing about the 2020 season getting cancelled is the fact that Long Island Lacrosse fans were robbed of seeing some great talent, especially seniors. It’s unfortunate that we are not going to be able to see some of these Seniors finish what they started in their high school careers, but the positive impact they
What sucks about the 2020 season getting cancelled is the fact that Long Island Lacrosse fans were robbed of seeing some great talent, especially seniors. It’s unfortunate that we are not going to be able to see some of these Seniors finish what they started in their high school careers, but the positive impact they
LILJ Epoch Madden Game of The Week Preview between the Manhasset Indians and the Cold Spring Harbor Seahawks
Here we are again! After a statement win by Manhasset’s Marco “GR8 WITE FALCON” Falcone on the 17th, he returns for another LILJ EPOCH Madden Game of The Week this Friday, May 1st, 2020 @7 p.m on LoveTheGameMedia’s Twitch account. It is here that two lacrosse heavyweights will go head to head, bringing their talents
Kate Timarky is simply one of Long Island’s best up and coming stars. As an 8th grader, The midfielder put together a tremendous campaign in 2019 by scoring 42 goals and 43 assists. Timarky also ended Top 5 in points and played a crucial role in many of the teams 2019 victories. Following the departures
It’s senior year which means that this is the time for these athletes to go out in style. With all of the hard work that they’ve put in throughout their four years in school, this was their last opportunity to put on that uniform and showcase what makes them so great. These players aren’t just
Senior year means so much for college athletes. It’s their last opportunity to represent the school on their chest and play for their team. The work that they put in during practice has shown its self in games with their great statistics and great play. Not only did these girls put up great numbers, but
LILJ EPOCH Madden Game of The Week Manhasset Indians vs. Mount Sinai Mustangs Live On Zoom and Twitch April 17, 2020 @ 7 p.m. As we move forward in this unprecedented quarantine, two Long Island Lacrosse heavyweights will take their play from the field to the console. On April 17 at 7pm, Mount Sinai’s Brandon
After two years of being an underclassman, junior year can present an increase in roles and opportunities. With two years under their belts in college, these girls took their game to a whole new level in their junior season. Here are the top college female juniors in a list created by the LILJ.
Junior year is generally a big year for college athletes. As an upperclassman and a leader on the team, this is when many athletes take a huge step forward and have breakout seasons. Here are the top college male juniors in a list created by the LILJ.