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Al Bertolone’s Retirement Will Wait as Mt Sinai Upsets Sayville

One of the all-time great coaches of Long Island Girls Lacrosse is calling it a career, but not before another historic win. 

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Girl’s 2022 List of College Commits on Long Island

As the high school season ends, many college coaches will start the recruiting process for the abundance of talent on Long Island. As coaches reach out and players being to commit, we here at the LILJ want to promote those who are committed to playing at the next level. On the LILJ instagram, we post stories asking lacrosse players to tell us where they are committed and then ask them to fill out a form to verify so we can post it on our social media pages. As of now, 78 girls have filled out the commitment form on our website and they are featured below! If you are or know someone who is a 2022 and is committed, fill out the form so we can grow this list.

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Boy’s 2022 List of College Commits on Long Island

As the high school season ends, college coaches have started their recruiting process for the abundance of talent on Long Island. As coaches reach out and players being to commit, the LILJ want to promote those who are committed to playing at the next level. On the LILJ instagram, we post stories asking lacrosse players to tell us where they are committed and then ask them to fill out a form to verify so we can post it on our social media pages. Our journalists have comprised a list of all the players in the 2022 class that play on Long Island. Out of that list, 55 kids who have filled out the commitment form on our website! If you are or know someone who is a 2022 and is committed, fill out the form so we can grow this list and promote these amazing players to the lacrosse world.

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LILJ Boy’s GOAT All-Long Island Watch-List 2021

As the end of the high school season approaches, we at the LILJ want to promote the best players on the island. With the help of coaches, fans, teammates, and our talent evaluators watching these players, we have created a watch-list of GOATs who are in the running for our All-Long Island teams. This list is already long, but we want you to comment below any names you think deserve to make it! Lastly, the LILJ recognizes 1 outstanding male on Long Island to receive the second annual Paumanok Award. Stay tuned for our Top 5 candidates which will be released shortly!

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LILJ Girl’s GOAT All-Long Island Watch-List 2021

As the end of the high school season approaches, we at the LILJ want to promote the best players on the island. With the help of coaches, fans, teammates, and our talent evaluators watching these players, we have created a watch list of GOATs in the running for our Senior All-Long Island teams. This list is already long, but we want you to comment below any names you think we missed on and we will do our research on those players. Lastly, the LILJ recognizes 1 outstanding male on Long Island to receive the second annual Paumanok Award. Stay tuned for our Top 5 candidates which will be released shortly!

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Girls Varsity: Sacred Heart vs. St. Anthony’s Parochial AA Championship

Sacred Heart and St. Anthony’s took the field in hopes of winning the Parochial AA Championship on Tuesday. The Friars looked to cap off an undefeated season while Sacred Heart attempted to spoil the party and take the home the title. However, St. Anthony’s did not let that happen. They jumped out to a lead in the first half and never looked back as they cruised to a 14-4 victory. Their offense seemed to get contributions from everyone, and their defense was led by their goalie Erin O’Grady who was a brick wall in the net. Let’s look at how they were able to claim the title!

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Boys Varsity: Port Washington vs. Syosset

It was the final game of the regular season for both teams and a lot was at stake. A victory for Port Washington meant they get the number one seed in the Nassau County A bracket. But, a win for Syosset means there would be a three-way tie between Port Washington, Farmingdale, and Syosset which would lead to a coach’s vote to determine who claims the top seed. It looked like Port Washington was going to win the game and finish at the top after jumping out to a 4-0 lead in the first quarter. However, a second quarter surge by Syosset saw them take the lead which they would not relinquish en route to a 12-10 victory. Here’s how they were able to get the victory!

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Boys Varsity: Port Washington vs. Farmingdale

Two of the top teams in Nassau battled it out on Friday night in Farmingdale. Both of these teams were searching for the #1 seed in Conference A, and if Farmingdale won, they would be poised to take the top spot. Port Washington came in with an 8-2 record, and Farmingdale entered the game 9-1. Offense was hard to come by in the first half as Port Washington’s Patrick Kenny and Farmingdale’s Danny Seaman did a tremendous job protecting the net. However, Port Washington’s offense got it going in the second half and came away with a 9-5 victory. The quartet of Henry Haberman, Luke Meyer, Jared Morales, and Jensen Weingard led them to the win. Here’s the recap of how this one went down!

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Epoch Game of Week 7: Shoreham Wading River sneaks away with a win in overtime against Mount Sinai

The boys saved the best for last in our final regular season Epoch Game of the Week. Mount Sinai traveled to Shoreham Wading River and produced a classic game between two of the best teams on the island. There was a great atmosphere from the home SWR crowd. On a scorching hot day, they went with a fitting beach theme to cheer on their team. Let’s get into this Epoch game!

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Traina hat trick OT winner gifts Westhampton victory over Sayville

From an early deficit, to fending off a late game surge from the Sayville Golden Flashes, the Westhampton Beach Hurricane Boys managed to win in overtime by a final score of 9-8. A riveting win in June lacrosse, Westhampton was able to emerge victorious in spite of dire circumstances.

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