Here are the complete lists of this season’s All-Section and All-League selections. Note that these are not my picks, but the selections via the coaches’ association. 1,010 more words
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HEMPSTEAD – In the wake of a surprisingly close loss to a state power, Pleasantville had only a few regrets.
The Panthers emphasized not giving up anything easy in an NYSPHSAA semifinal rematch with Cold Spring Harbor, but they let Seahawks goalie Devin Burdo walk in for a goal in the opening seconds then failed to challenge Kevin Winkoff a short time later. 713 more words
HEMPSTEAD – The moment was growing exponentially as the clock ran down. Pulses were racing with a berth in the state title game on the line and momentum went back and forth with the ball. 805 more words
FISHERS — For most of this decade, Indiana’s boys lacrosse state championship has meant one thing: Cathedral versus Carmel.
This year was no different.
For the sixth straight year, the two titans of lacrosse met to decide the fate of the Indiana High School Lacrosse Association championship. 589 more words
MIDDLETOWN – For the Highland High School boys lacrosse team, it was about “weathering the storm.”
Facing second-seeded Warwick at Faller Field Wednesday, top-seeded Highland withstood the Wildcats’ aggressiveness to win 8-7, and capture a second consecutive Section 9 Class B title. 672 more words
KINGSTON – Back when they were eighth-graders, Jenna Fox and Kaitlyn Gutenberger both remembered the last time they played against Kingston.
That was in 2012 in a regional semifinal, which the Red Raiders won 7-5 after putting on a stall late and running the clock out. 690 more words