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Northport Takes Down Bay Shore 14-9 to Head to Semifinals

In the two vs seven seed matchup on Wednesday in Northport, the Marauders and Tigers, clashed for a berth in the semifinals. The game unfolded with remarkable intensity, showcasing the competitive spirit and prowess of both teams as Bay Shore aimed to pull off the upset while the Tigers looked to hold serve as the

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Half Hollow Hills Prevails Over Connetquot to Advance to Semifinals

On Wednesday in the Suffolk Class A quarterfinals number one seed Half Hollow Hills and  nine seed Connetquot clashed at Half Hollow Hills West. This highly anticipated matchup between two formidable teams promised excitement, and it certainly delivered, culminating in a riveting contest after their one goal game in the regular season that went in

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W.C. Mepham Triumphs over New Hyde Park to Head to Quarterfinals

On Tuesday W.C. Mepham hosted New Hyde Park in the opening round of the Class B playoffs. From the opening whistle, W.C. Mepham displayed their dominance, seizing control of the game early on. The first quarter saw them surge ahead with a commanding lead, putting five points on the board while holding New Hyde Park

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Lynbrook Earns Shutout Victory Over Wheatley/Carle Place in First Round

In the first round of the playoffs in Nassau Class C, Lynbrook showcased their prowess on the field as they took on Wheatley/Carle Place who was fresh off of an overtime play-in victory over Hewlett. This one would go to the home team as Lynbrook emerged victorious, sealing the game with a final score of

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Long Beach Prevails Over MacArthur to Advance to Quarterfinals

In a thrilling display of athleticism and skill, the Long Beach and MacArthur lacrosse teams clashed in a Class B postseason battle on Tuesday at Long Beach High School. The game saw Long Beach emerge victorious with a final score of 8-3, beating MacArthur for the second time this season.

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Plainedge Triumphs Over Mineola in Class C First Round

Opening the Nassau Class C playoffs, Mineola traveled to Plainedge High School to face the Red Devils in a contest that saw a decisive victory for Plainedge with a final score of 20-8 to advance to the quarterfinals.

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No. 1 Ranked St. Anthony’s Friars Team Preview

Coming in at number one in the LILJ top 24 preseason rankings, it’s the national powerhouse the St. Anthony’s Friars who enter the season once again as the reigning CSHAA champions. A team that never has a shortage of talent, they enter the 2024 season once again as one of the top teams across the

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No. 2 Ranked Chaminade Flyers Team Preview

We get to number two in the LILJ top 24 preseason rankings, and it’s one of the nationally renown programs the Chaminade Flyers. The Flyers are always one of the premier programs both on the island and in the country, and as they do each year they return with an immensely talented team as they

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No. 3 Ranked Garden City Trojans Team Preview

As we now get to the final three teams in the LILJ top 24 preseason rankings, the Garden City Trojans enter the rankings at number three. The last two seasons they have proven to be the best team in the state of New York in Class B, winning consecutive state championships under Head Coach Steve

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No. 4 Ranked Shoreham Wading River Wildcats Team Preview

The Wildcats who enter the season as the defending county champions of Suffolk Class C come in at number four in the LILJ top 24 preseason rankings. A the helm is Head Coach Mike Taylor, and although Shoreham graduated a number of players in the 2023 class, they still have star power that makes them

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