Author Archives: Ryan Magill
Our final Epoch Game of the Week for our Girls High School Spring Experience was a good one, as the Wantagh Warriors defeated the Long Beach Spring Girls by a final score of 17-7.
When two great teams go at it, the energy was electric. That’s what happened in our Epoch Game of the Week, as Smithtown East came back from a deficit to defeat Commack by a final score of 6-4.
On Thursday, March 25th, the Premier Lacrosse League (PLL) held its 2021 Entry Draft. Following the league’s merger with the Major League Lacrosse (MLL), the player pool widened to include more of the best lacrosse players on Earth. Long Island is home to a few of those players, and we’d like to highlight them with
It was a solid team effort for the Westhampton Hurricanes on Sunday, as they defeated the Stony Brook School 14-8 in our Epoch Game of the Week.
Sometimes lacrosse game are tight nail bitter defensive matchups. Games where the scoring is low but every point matters. And other times you are treated to a scoring firefight between teams with more weapons than a small army. That was the story of the Week 2 Epoch Game of the Week as Montauk defeated Wantagh
It was a tale of two different types of Epoch Games on Sunday. While the Epoch Girls game was a shootout, the Epoch Game of the Week in our Boys Division was a slugfest to the very end, with the Montauk Green Boys ensuring an Epoch Game sweep with the Girls in a 8-7 comeback
It was our first boys Epoch Game of the Week for the LILJ High School Spring Experience, and it was a dogfight from start to finish. The Cold Spring Harbor Seahawks were victorious in the end, topping the Ward Melville Patriots by a final score of 13-5.
These Elite 11 Premier Lacrosse Players have two things in common. They are from Long Island and they are going into the 2021 Season on the Unprotected side of their team’s roster. Read more about each of the pro athletes in the article here .
Kicking off Championship Saturday with our semifinals, Hauppauge pulled off the upset of the tournament, knocking off the Big Ten Division favorites in Huntington by a final score of 8-7.
The first game of the day is a game of the tournament contender. With the playoffs in full swing, Bayport and Miller Place fought to the bitter end in an instant classic that Bayport won 9-8.