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In early April, Kellenberg was in shambles. After losing a heartbreaker to Fordham Prep in last year’s CHSAA ‘AA’ Intersectional final, the Firebirds dropped their first five matches to begin the 2017 season. A month and a half later, Kellenberg captured eight straight wins en route to its second CHSAA ‘AA’ downstate final in three years.
After conceding the first goal of the game, Ward Melville showered the back of the net with a barrage of goals and brushed aside Hills East 15-6 in the Suffolk ‘A’ semifinals at Islip high school Thursday afternoon.
A second viewing of the Hewlett zone Wednesday wasn’t nearly as confounding for Garden City, which cruised to a 14-2 win in the Nassau Class B semifinals at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium.
For the second time this season, Lynbrook and Locust Valley played to a close 12-9 result. However, this time it was Lynbrook that captured the victory in the Nassau ‘C’ semifinals at James M. Shuart Stadium Wednesday evening.
A berth in the Nassau Class A final is on the line when third-seeded Farmingdale faces second-seeded Massapequa at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
Two rivals meet as third-seeded Smithtown West takes on second-seeded Smithtown East Thursday evening with a berth in the Suffolk Class A title game on the line.Watch live on News 12 Varsity!
On Wednesday afternoon at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium, the Dalers joined that conversation thanks to the shot everyone is talking about. Kyle Tucker ripped in the winner with five seconds left to lift third-seeded Farmingdale to a stunning 11-10 win over second-seeded Syosset in the Nassau ‘A’ semifinals.
Something magical is brewing in Cold Spring Harbor and it has been for quite some time. On Tuesday night at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium, the Seahawks notched another mark in the win column with a 15-8 victory over North Shore in the Nassau Class C semifinal.
Mulholland scored just 45 seconds into the quarter, the first of three goals in a 20-second span, en route to a 12-7 win over the fifth-seeded Cyclones at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium.
The Chiefs responded in a big way, scoring 10 unanswered goals in the second half to beat Port Washington, 15-4, in the Nassau Class A semifinals Tuesday afternoon at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium.
A berth in the Nassau Class C final is on the line when fourth-seeded North Shore faces top-seeded Cold Spring Harbor at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
A berth in the Nassau Class A final is on the line when fourth-seeded Port Washington faces top-seeded Massapequa at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
The versatile Gomez helped the fourth-seeded Thunderbirds reach the semifinals where they will take on top-seeded Ward Melville Thursday at 4 p.m. at Islip HS. Third-seeded Smithtown West faces No. 2 Smithtown East in the other semifinal, 6:30 p.m. also at Islip. Both games can be watched live on Optimum Channel 14.
Enter Kyle Bonesteel, a sophomore who moved from midfield to attack midway through the game and who scored the double-overtime winner to lift fifth-seeded Rocky Point to a thrilling, 11-10, win over fourth-seeded Hills West Thursday afternoon.
Wichelns is one of the rare holdovers from that squad a year ago and he helped make sure this year’s Connetquot team experienced a postseason victory. The Maryland-bound junior attackman had six goals and six assists in a 17-10 win over rival Sachem North in the opening round of the Suffolk Class A playoffs Tuesday.
The junior was spectacular as part of a stifling defense as Ward Melville defeated Commack, 8-4, in a late-season Suffolk Division I showdown Tuesday afternoon.
After three consecutive wins, including a 6-3 victory over visiting Lawrence Monday afternoon, Plainedge’s playoff quest will be alive on the final day of the regular season.
New Canaan senior goalie Drew Morris racked up handful of big-time saves down the stretch, lifting the Rams to an 8-6 victory over St. Anthony's.
It’s a rematch of last year’s Long Island Class B title game as Shoreham-Wading River hosts Garden City in the ninth annual Lax Out Cancer event Saturday at 2 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
It’s a battle of Tri-State powerhouses when New Canaan heads to Long Island to take on St. Anthony’s Saturday at 5 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
The defense, led by Arden Cohen, stifled St. Anthony’s and Lindley paced the offense in a 9-4 win in South Huntington Thursday night as Darien extended its winning streak to 42 straight games.
It’s one of the most anticipated boys lacrosse games of the year as Darien brings a 41-game winning streak to South Huntington to take on St. Anthony’s Thursday at 7 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
The long poles aggressively pressed out, the D-middies forced the Braves down the alleys and goaltender Mike Venezia was a brick wall for Massapequa in an 8-4 win over Syosset.
Ward Melville picked up a big win over Smithtown West Friday. Find out where Eddie Munoz and the Patriots are in this week's Long Island boys lacrosse power rankings.
But on Friday, in a Suffolk Division I showdown at Smithtown West, the Cornell commit settled down and let it rip, scoring four goals in a 10-7 road win.
For every Manhasset goal, Darien had a response. In the battle of the Long Island sound, it was the school from Connecticut that seized the day as top-ranked Darien brushed aside Manhasset 12-8 on the road Saturday afternoon.
Shoreham-Wading River watched a five-goal lead evaporate, but the Wildcats rebounded to force overtime and then got the game winner from freshman Xavier Arlne.
A pair of top teams in the tri-state meet as No. 10 Massapequa visits No. 15 Smithtown East Saturday afternoon. Watch live on News 12 Varsity!
Two of the top boys lacrosse teams in the Tri-State square off in South Huntington when Delbarton takes on St. Anthony’s Saturday at Noon live on News12Varsity.com.
Chaminade is in the pole position to win the NSCHSAA Class AAA title and their long poles are a big reason why. Led by Frankie Tangredi and Dom Doria, the Flyers defense smothered a talented St. Anthony’s attack as Chaminade cruised to a 12-6 victory Wednesday at Gold Star Stadium.
The Friars of St. Anthony's start the season atop the Long Island boys lacrosse power rankings, but how long will they last and who joins them? Find out now
It is Round 1 of three in one of the best rivalries in the tri-state as Chaminade hosts St. Anthony’s at Gold Star Stadium Wednesday at 4:15 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
Bo Waters scored three goals, including the winner with 45 seconds left in the fourth quarter to lift St. Anthony's to a 14-12 season-opening win over Manhasset.
All summer long, MSG Varsity brings you a recap of the past year in Long Island’s top high school sports. We’ll publish a new “Year in Review” article every Thursday. Next up, we look back at the year that was in Long Island boys lacrosse
Every Tuesday, we will unveil the top 10 players from Long Island for the 2016-17 season. Next up is Cold Spring Harbor lacrosse standout Matt Licciardi.
National championship runner-up Maryland, No. 4 Albany and No. 10 Duke were a few of the many top schools represented with coaches at the showcase. More than 400 club teams ranging from third grade to high school came from 33 states to get exposure, said George Breres, one of the event’s directors.
In Friday night’s Rising Senior game that was part of the annual Long Island Lacrosse Showcase, teamwork as much as talent was on display in Suffolk’s 12-8 victory over Nassau before a crowd of more than 300 at Farmingdale State.
Ward Melville came up just short, losing to Victor, 7-5, in the New York State Class A final Saturday afternoon at Middletown High School, but the Patriots can be proud of the journey they went on.
Seven players accounted for a season-high 16 goals as Ward Melville defeated Lakeland-Panas, 16-6, in the New York State Class A semifinal Wednesday night.
Yorktown’s defense slowed down the Wildcats offense and Shoreham-Wading River was victimized by costly mistakes in a 7-6 loss to the Huskers in the New York State Class B semifinals at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium.
Yorktown twins Hunter and Jamison Embury combined for seven points in the Huskers’ 7-6 NYS Class B semifinal win over Shoreham-Wading River on Wednesday at Hofstra University.
It wasn’t as easy Wednesday night, but Cold Spring Harbor got the win again, beating the Panthers, 12-10, at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium. The defending state champions advance to Saturday’s final at Mid
Lakeland/Panas falls to Long Island champ Ward Melville, 16-6, in Wednesday’s NYS Class A semifinal at Hofstra’s James M. Shuart Stadium.
Ward Melville is flying high after beating Syosset in the Long Island Class A final. Where does Mike Quick have the Patriots in this week's Tri-State Top 20 boys lacrosse poll? Find out now
Kevin Cutinella's five points led No. 16 Shoreham-Wading River to an 8-6 victory over No. 17 Garden City in the Long Island Class B championship.
Kevin Winkoff netted a hat trick and Devin Burdo made 10 saves as Cold Spring Harbor (16-1) defeated Babylon (13-5), 8-5, in the Long Island Class C championship on Saturday.