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This afternoon at 3pm at Stony Brook University, the Suffolk Class B County Final will feature top seeded West Islip against third seeded Smithtown West playing for an opportunity to represent Suffolk County in the Long Island Championship. Neither team was playing this deep into the season last year, but have had strong 2023 seasons
The fifth seeded Cyclones have advanced to Nassau Class C Semifinals after yesterday’s 9-8 victory over fourth seeded Seaford. The win comes just a little less than three weeks after a 14-7 defeat against the Vikings. This time around South Side was fueled by Caitlin Haggerty’s four goals as well as Charlotte Rathjen’s two goals
This Friday April 28th, the 11th annual Woodstick Alumni Game between Manhasset and Garden City will take place at Manhasset High School at 7pm, continuing the support of Monsters Kids and the Cohen’s Children’s Medical Center, a division of Northwell Health. This marks the first game since before the start of the Covid 19 pandemic.
As athletes continue to capitalize on their Name Image and Likeness, the LILJ has recently partnered with Cape Code based clothing apparel company Wears Woody to propel lacrosse players to new heights. As a brand Wears Woody prides themselves on being less about prep and more about beach when it comes to their attire and
It was a clash between two Suffolk County Class A contenders in the second Epoch Game of the Week as the Huntington Blue Devils traveled to Connetquot to take on the Thunderbirds. After being defeated by Huntington both in the regular season and in the postseason last year, Connetquot showed that this season they are
In the first Epoch Game of the Week this season it featured two powerhouses with the Ward Melville Patriots traveling to Garden City to take on the Trojans in the opening game of the season for both teams. Last season when these two teams squared off, it was an 11-10 comeback win for the Patriots.
On a cold and rainy Monday afternoon matchup, the Bay Shore Marauders hosted the Middle Country Cougars. Both teams entered this game with an 0-2 record, but the undesirable weather didn’t stop these girls from putting on a show as Middle Country had a thrilling comeback win by a final score of 9-8.
After much anticipation it’s probably no secrete that the top overall team in our top 20 rankings are the Friars of St. Anthony’s. Historically they are always one of the top teams in the entire country. They have won the CHSAA Championship 12 of the last 13 years, showing the dominance that they have built
Coming at No.2 in our top 20 team rankings are the Garden City Trojans, another one of Long island’s high school lacrosse programs that has seen plenty of success over the years. After seeing their season end in what was historic six overtime game in the Long Island Championship, they will be aiming to finish
It’s one of the top teams in the country the Chaminade Flyers coming in at No. 2 in our top 20 rankings. Like they do each year they will be fighting for the Catholic AAA Championship against long standing rival St. Anthony’s. The Flyers are coached by long time Head Coach Pete Moran who has