Author Archives: FLG Lacrosse Staff
Jack Cornell (D/LSM, Island Trees)– Cornell is as fundamental as they come. A methodical thinker, he understands individual principles as well as team concepts very well. His on ball approaches are renowned, and is never afraid to D up the biggest and baddest attacker’s. Cornell has great size and smarts. You want him on the
Sarah Fava (M/D, Lynbrook)- Sarah is a lockdown defender who can shut down her opponent from any angle. She always knows the right time to slide and always is communicating with her teammates around her. She has a tremendous lacrosse IQ that benefits her as well as her teammates on the field. She does not
Approaching the ladder half of the season, some great 2021’s are emerging, showing that they are the best of the best in their class on Long Island. Check out our NEW Super Sophs! Think we missed someone? please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
The Founders Cup is presented annually by the Long Island Metropolitan Lacrosse Foundation (LIMLF) to the Most Outstanding Boys and Girls Varsity Lacrosse team in three sections: New York City, Nassau, and Suffolk. Catholic and private schools are included in the section in which they are located.
Cold Spring Harbor has dominated Nassau County Class C in recent years. That dominance did not extend to the New York State Tournament, as they watched their nemesis from Suffolk County, Mount Sinai, reel off three consecutive New York State Class C Championships in 2015, 2016, and 2017. All of that changed in 2018.
It’s Spring Break and the Manhasset Varsity girls lacrosse makes a quest to Florida in order to become ‘one.’ The Lady Indians played two teams during their time in the Sunshine State, winning both games surly. However, this trip down south wasn’t just for the competition, it was for something more important which stretches outside
Why are Garden City athletics always competitive? If you ask Head Coach Steve Finnell, the answer is simple, “we love to compete.” Passion fuels amateur athletes to do great things. For the Trojans of Garden City, they don’t let their competitive embers fade in lacrosse’s ‘off-season,’ instead, they fuel them by playing and competing in
With both teams recording win streaks to start off their seasons, Massapequa will face off on their home turf against parochial powerhouse Chaminade on Wednesday April 4th. A Public vs. Private match up, these two programs are arguably the best in their league. While they both have started off their seasons on the right foot,
Midweek Match-Up, separated by a few streets the Hewlett Bulldogs will face off against the Lynbrook Owls on Wednesday March 28th. Named “The Seawane Cup” these two Nassau County powerhouses will look to get their second wins of the 2018 season. Longstanding rivals in all sports, Lynbrook vs. Hewlett is something that you will not
FLG Lacrosse is proud to announce that our Long Island Lacrosse Journal is now published. Enjoy reading about every High School lacrosse program on Long Island right here! Click here to read.