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High school lacrosse expert Mike Quick and partner in crime Andrew "The Raff" Rappaport present our weekly Tri-State Top 20 girls lacrosse poll and breaks down the list with highlights and analysis. Who will be No. 1 this week? Watch to find out!
Just like that, in a few scintillating seconds, Manhasset went from euphoria to heartbreak. Notre Dame Prep dealt the Indians their first loss, 6-5, Thursday in girls lacrosse.
High school lacrosse expert Mike Quick and partner-in-crime Andrew "The Raff" Rappaport present our weekly Tri-State Top 20 girls lacrosse poll and breaks down the list with highlights and analysis Who will be No. 1 this week? Watch to find out!
Samantha Apuzzo had six goals and an assist to lead the Eagles (5-2). Jessica Geiersbach added two goals, and Paige DiMuro made three of her 10 saves on point-blank shots.
The St. Anthony's girls lacrosse team remains atop the Spring Big 10 after victories over nationally-ranked Georgetown Visitation and Vero Beach. Find out who else made the cut.
Kaitlyn Montalbano had three goals and four assists to lead St. John the Baptist (2-4), which snapped a three-game losing streak and dealt Kellenberg its first loss. Sarah Bennett added three goals, and Julianna DeSimone had two goals and three assists.
Sparked by University of Southern California-bound sisters Kaeli and Kelsey Huff, Eastport-South Manor defeated Shoreham-Wading River, 15-6, for the first time in program history Wednesday afternoon.
It’s a Suffolk Division II girls lacrosse showdown between a pair of high-scoring squads as Shoreham-Wading River hosts Eastport-South Manor Wednesday at 4 p.m. live on MSGVarsity.com.
Shayna Pirreca scored the winning goal in sudden-death overtime to cap off a 6-0 run and lead Mount Sinai to a 10-9 victory at Rocky Point Tuesday night.
It’s a cross-region showdown of girls lacrosse powerhouses as John Jay-Cross River heads to Long Island to face North Shore Tuesday at 4:45 p.m. live on MSGVarsity.com.
For all the praise that has been and will continue to be bestowed, and for all the accolades accrued last year, there remains this burning fact: The Indians' season ended in disappointment.
Stryska is the first beneficiary of the Dalers’ initiative called A.T.O.M. (A Team of Mentors). The program seeks to pair children with illnesses or disabilities with high school sports teams, said Brescia, a senior who made the proposal last fall. Each child is given a jersey and, along with their family, is allowed on the sidelines during games. They also may attend practices and other team functions.
Cynthia Del Core, Kaitlyn Arnold, and Kyra Harney each scored a hat trick as Bay Shore remains perfect on the season with an 11-7 non-league victory over Wantagh.