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Committed Corner: Week of October 4th

Girls Emma LoPinto (2021, Attack, Manhasset)- Florida, the Number 1 ranked junior to come off the island, Lopinto does it all. The Gators of Florida are recruiting the island heavily and they are succeeding at scooping up the best of the best. Lopinto is a do-it-all attacker. No job is beneath her on the field.

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Sachem East beats Huntington in 1st Round Playoff Game for Suffolk Class A

For the first time since 2014, the Huntington boys varsity lacrosse team hosted a first round playoff game. Yesterday, Blue Devil’s Stadium was rocking! Dozens of students filled the stands in preparation to watch their boys varsity lacrosse team take on Sachem East in round one of the Suffolk Class A Playoffs. The first half

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Defending Manhattan. The Rise of Manhattan Men’s Lacrosse.

Manhattan College has adopted the personality of its city. Never sleeping, always grinding, and producing countless success stories, Manhattan is no-longer that unknown college ‘in the city.’

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Waving Waves – String King Game of the Week – Northport vs. Riverhead Analysis

On Wednesday, April 24th, Northport hosted Riverhead in the Making Waves String King Game of the Week. This pre-season #1 vs. #2 match-up created an electric environment that drew a crowd in the hundreds. Fortunately for Northport fans, they came out to witness one of their team’s best performances of the year.

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ESM v. West Babylon String King Game of the Week Analysis

The Eagles soared into the third String King Game of the Week. Senior leader, Kayla Downey, got the girls going after scoring the first two goals of the game. Her first came on a low to high stinger that went bar down. Her second goal came on a free position as well. This time, Kayla

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Wogue vs. Sinai SKGOTW Analysis

Comsewogue hosted one of the most epic environments for a regular season lacrosse game. The student section was roaring with :40 minutes prior to the coin toss. Comsewogue students were hooting, hollering, and looking to get inside the heads of the Mt. Sinai Mustangs. The crowd for the Stangs was equally as rowdy. Fans traveled

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Patriots in Secatogue County Analysis

The wind was howling in Bay Shore, NY on Wednesday afternoon. The blistering winds created a sort of calm, quiet atmosphere for the second String King Game of the Week. Mother nature muted fans, coaches calls, and refs whistles. As a result, players were left on their own out between the lines.

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St. A’s vs. Set ‘Private vs. Public’ Recap & Analysis

Last night set the stage for a star to emerge and for fans to gaze at a star. Anytime Brennan O’Neill suits up: stands fill, camera’s flash, and videos click record. To no surprise, O’Neill did not disappoint.

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Carey vs. Dale for TKO Strong

The Carey vs. Farmingdale cross-conference contest did not disappoint. This game went down to the wire and was most certainly up for grabs. The beginning of the first quarter was all Carey, with two highlight reel goals from their sophomore sensations, Michael Faerone and Jimmy O’Connell. Scoring from either side of the cage, the slick

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Hurricane Al, String King Game of the Week Analysis, Players of the Game, and Game Recap

A big question mark hovered around this game, as the topic of discussion amongst lacrosse enthusiasts remained, “Will Belle Smith suite up for the 1st String King Game of the Week?” For Westhampton, they spent the week quietly going about their business, preparing for a Top 5 team in the nation. To Westhampton, it was

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