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he senior made 16 of his 19 saves before the break and the attack tandem of Zach LoCicero and Ryan Candel combined for nine goals and five assists as Lynbrook defeated Wantagh, 14-7, in a duel of undefeated teams in Nassau B-II.
Joe Carney scored the game-winner in OT as Chaminade went 4-for-4 on man-up opportunities en route to an 11-10 victory over Massapequa on Thursday.
Syosset, ranked No. 3 on Long Island and No. 7 in the Tri-State by MSG Varsity, travels to St. Anthony’s, ranked No. 6 on Long Island and No. 12 in the Tri-State by MSG Varsity, Thursday afternoon.Watch live on MSG Varsity!
Syosset, ranked No. 3 on Long Island and No. 7 in the Tri-State by MSG Varsity, travels to St. Anthony’s, ranked No. 6 on Long Island and No. 12 in the Tri-State by MSG Varsity, Thursday afternoon. Watch live on MSG Varsity!
Matt Licciardi was at the center of Cold Spring Harbor’s 11-7 win over Manhasset in a battle of tri-state powerhouses at Ed Walsh Field in Manhasset Monday night.
Jack White scored on a feed from Chris Pickel with 5:57 left and the host Phantoms held off Shoreham-Wading River, 11-10, Monday in a battle of unbeaten teams in Suffolk II. It was Bayport-Blue Point’s first victory over SWR in boys lacrosse and also gave Luce his 100th win.
Tesoriero worked the angles to perfection Wednesday, scoring a career-high seven goals and adding an assist as host Hills East rallied to defeat Bay Shore, 12-10, in a Suffolk I boys lacrosse game.
Smith, the Lions’ Penn State-bound senior attack, scored his fifth goal of the game with 17 seconds left to give West Islip a 10-9 comeback victory over Northport Monday in yet another close Suffolk I boys lacrosse game played at Veterans Park in East Northport.
For the second time this season, D.J. Kellerman made a dramatic save in the dying seconds to secure a win as Ward Melville upset previously-undefeated Smithtown East, 13-12, Monday afternoon.
O’Keefe, a senior, dusted off some old sophomore and junior faceoff skills and won two key draws to help host Oceanside outlast Port Washington, 13-12, Friday night in a Nassau I boys lacrosse game.
Led by junior Connor DeSimone, who had six goals and two assists, seven different players scored for the Bulls, who were just over their season average of 15.5 goals per game.
It’s a Suffolk County boys lacrosse showdown between tri-state ranked squads when Smithtown East faces West Islip Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. on MSGVarsity.com.
It was a big week for the Indians of Manhasset with wins over John Jay-Cross River and Chaminade. Where are they in this week's Tri-State Top 20? Find out now
Hartranft, 73, is third on the New York State list of all-time wins, behind West Genesee’s Mike Messere (805) and former Ward Melville and Mount Sinai coach Joe Cuozzo (747).
For Manhasset, the start was fast and despite taking on a little turbulence, Manhasset landed in the winner’s circle and beat John Jay-Cross River 11-9 at home on Thursday night.
Lacrosse statements aren’t usually made on cold and windy days in early April, but West Islip coach Scott Craig knew the value of a 9-7 win over Ward Melville Wednesday afternoon.
Linger made 16 saves, two more than his two-game total coming into the first of three annual showdowns between the archrivals. Linger’s biggest stop came in the dying seconds when he robbed Will Renz on a rip from nine yards out to secure the Friars first win in Mineola since April 18, 2007.
One of the tri-state’s best rivalries is renewed when St. Anthony’s heads to Gold Star Stadium to take on Chaminade Tuesday at 4:15 p.m. live on MSGVarsity.com
Mac O'Keefe had six points (three goals, three assists) as Syosset (3-1) defeated Bronxville (3-1), 11-10, at Manhasset H.S. on Saturday.
Kellerman made sure that didn’t happen, making a save from close range with one second left to help secure a 9-8 road win for the Patriots Saturday afternoon at Gold Star Stadium.
It’s an early season showdown between two tri-state boys lacrosse powerhouses as Ward Melville takes on Chaminade from Gold Star Stadium Saturday at 11 a.m. live on MSGVarsity.com
Cold Spring Harbor shocked the Long Island lacrosse community with an 11-10 victory on Tuesday over Syosset, the No. 1 seed in Nassau A, and considered a legitimate contender for county, Long Island and state championships this season.
He won the faceoff for the 28th time in 35 draws, and that ignited the Bulls’ high-octane offense. Arceri fed Sean Barry, who moved it to Desimone who found Rooney open for an angled blast that provided a 17-16 non-league victory Saturday at Burns Park in Massapequa.
On Monday night, which hardly felt like spring with a biting wind and dropping temperatures, host Connetquot displayed the firepower that made the Thunderbirds the No. 2 preseason seed in Suffolk Class A and beat Class B contender Sayville, 14-8, in the non-league boys lacrosse opener for both teams.
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 through August 13. Next up, we look back at the year that was in Long Island boys lacrosse
DeNapoli is a midfielder on the Lizards, and the coach of the boys lacrosse team at his alma mater, Hewlett High School. So on the field, stick in hand, he has the vision of a coach. Off the field, clipboard in hand, he has a player's ability to relate.
The 2015 Seahawks definitely had the 'it' factor. They not only had three on attack and three at midfield that could score from anywhere on the field, a veteran goalie and a senior leader on defense, but they had an all-powerful motivational tool entering the season: Anger.
The one-sided victory that produced the Flyers' third straight AAA crown left veteran coach Jack Moran shaking his head afterward. "The kids played awesome!" he exclaimed, and this time, the oft-overused word was an apt description.
Welcome to MSGVarsity.com’s Memorable Mondays, a summer-long series that looks back on the top players, games and moments from the past season and gazes ahead to 2015-16. As the summer goes on, we’ll compile the lists and them post here. New lists will be posted every Monday at 3 p.m. In Week 2 of Memorable Mondays, we look back at the top five individual performances from 2014-15 on Long Island.
The 28-person class, which represents 23 high schools and includes athletes, coaches, administrators, contributors and officials, will officially be inducted at a ceremony at the Crest Hollow County Club on Sept. 30.
MSG Varsity is pleased to unveil its 2015 All-Metro Boys Lacrosse First Team, honoring the best of the best high school boys lacrosse players in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. See who made the list.
MSG Varsity is pleased to unveil its 2015 All-Metro Boys Lacrosse Second Team, honoring the best of the best high school boys lacrosse players in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. See who made the list.
But in the championship game Saturday, the Cardiac Kids were done in early by undefeated Vestal, which opened up an 8-0 first-quarter lead en route to a 17-8 victory at Vestal High School’s Dick Hoover Stadium.
The sophomore led the charge offensively with four goals, all set up by Matt Licciardi, who also had a goal and was 15-of-21 on faceoffs, including 10-of-12 in the second half.
Pleasantville’s memorable season ends with a 14-4 loss to Long Island power Cold Spring Harbor in the NYS Class C semifinal on Wednesday at Middletown’s Faller Field.
Syosset’s bid for a New York State title came a game short when the Braves fell to Niskayuna, 14-11, in the Class A semifinals Wednesday at Middletown’s Faller Field.
Gavin scored the winning goal with 0.5 seconds left in the fourth quarter to lift the Indians to a dramatic 10-9 win over Yorktown in the New York State Class B semifinals at Middletown’s Faller Field.
Licciardi's whole arsenal was on full display in Cold Spring Harbor’s 14-4 win over Pleasantville in the New York State Class C semifinals Wednesday afternoon at Middletown’s Faller Field.
Cold Spring Harbor, which won its first LIC since capturing the New York State title in 2006, advances to the NYS Class C semifinals to face Pleasantville Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. from Middletown High School.
Matt Gavin took a pass from Kyle Cherry and side-armed the winner into the net with 28.9 seconds left to lift Manhasset to a thrilling 7-6 come-from-behind win over Mount Sinai Saturday at Stony Brook’s LaValle Stadium.
Syosset (18-1), ranked No. 1 in the Tri-State by MSG Varsity, advances to face Niskayuna in the NYS ‘A’ semifinals Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. from Middletown High School.
Babylon is looking to win a second straight Long Island Class C championship, but Cold Spring Harbor is attempting to claim its first LIC since 2006. Check out all the action from Stony Brook’s LaValle Stadium Saturday at 1 p.m. on #MSGV_Live.
The Long Island Class B championship will be decided when Manhasset takes on Mount Sinai from Stony Brook’s LaValle Stadium Saturday at 6 p.m. on #MSGV_Live.
The No. 1 spot in the MSG Varsity Tri-State Top 20 boys lacrosse poll is on the line as No. 1 Syosset takes on No. 2 Smithtown East in the Long Island Class A championship game from Stony Brook’s LaValle Stadium Saturday at 3:30 p.m. on #MSGV_Live.
But the celebration after a 10-6 win over St. John the Baptist that clinched the CHSAA Class AA intersectional title in West Islip Thursday afternoon was a little more special. It wasn’t as much about what they just won, but what lies ahead.
The CHSAA Class AA intersectional title and a berth in the Catholic ‘AA’ state final is is on the line when Iona Prep takes on St. John the Baptist Thursday at 5 p.m. on #MSGV_Live.
Brian Boehm scored two goals with two assists, Nick Antolini scored a goal with three assists and Bodie Pitagno scored three goals as Babylon made it back-to-back Suffolk C championships with a 9-5 victory over Mattituck/Greenport/Southold Wednesday at Stony Brook University's LaValle Stadium.
Smithtown East (18-1), ranked No. 2 in the Tri-State by MSG Varsity, captured a second consecutive Suffolk ‘A’ title and will face Syosset in the Long Island Class A final Saturday at 3:30 p.m. back at Stony Brook.