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J.T. Palladino scored two goals and added six assists in No. 1 Ridge's 11-3 win over No. 4 Rutgers Prep in the boys lacrosse Tournament of Champions semifinals.
High school lacrosse expert Mike Quick presents his weekly Tri-State Top 20 boys lacrosse poll and breaks down the list with partner in crime Jimmy Cavallo. Who will be No. 1 this week? Watch to find out!
The hard-nosed defenseman anchored a smart and savvy crew that helped direct the Panthers to a 23-0 mark and its third Tournament of Champions title since 2011
Hundreds of family and friends will gather again in West Orange Saturday to honor the rich but too-short life of former Seton Hall Prep student Brendan Tevlin
MSG Varsity 10 Best celebrates the incredible plays, moments and accomplishments delivered by high school student athletes from around the Tri-State. Find out who made our countdown, and can be called one of MSG Varsity 10 Best!
Every Monday this summer we take a look back at what the 2014-15 season had to offer. This Monday we take a look at the top five teams of the season in the Garden State.
The 2014-15 school year saw a host of teams that left their mark on the high school sports landscape. Here's a look at the top 5 teams in New Jersey from this past campaign.
Mike Quick and Jimmy Cavallo unveil MSG Varsity's All-Metro Boys Lacrosse Team, honoring the best boys lacrosse players in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Find out who made the cut!
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.
High school sports expert Mike Quick presents his weekly Tri-State Boys Lacrosse Top 20 poll and breaks it down with partner in crime Jimmy Cavallo. Who will be No. 1 this week? Watch every Tuesday to find out.
Meet the athletes who excelled during the 2015 New Jersey boys lacrosse season, including our New Jersey Region's Player of the Year, First and Second Teams, and Coach of the Year
Bridgewater-Raritan rallied to defeat Bergen Catholic in the NJSIAA Boys Lacrosse Tournament of Champions final to complete an unbeaten campaign and finish the year No. 1 in the New Jersey power rankings.
The top-ranked Panthers broke away from a tie game in the second half to defeat Bergen Catholic, 16-13, in the Tournament of Champions final and complete its second unbeaten season in four years. Griffin Figel paced the offense with four goals and one assist.
Brendan Mackie and Mike Reilly each collected two goals and one assist in the second half as the Crusaders stormed back from a three-goal deficit for an 8-5 victory in the Tournament of Champions semifinals
Junior Ethan Christensen turned in his third consecutive four-goal game and Rich Lenskold chipped in with three goals and two assists to propel undefeated Bridgewater-Raritan to a 9-6 win over Pingry in the T of C semifinals