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NYLA FLG Boys 2020-2022 Recap

On Saturday June 8th, The FLG 2020, 2021,and 2022 teams competed in the NYLA Tournament at St Paul’s Recreation Athletic Complex in Garden City. With a ton of College coaches standing on the sideline, the FLG boys wanted to make an impression, and they did just that. When you play in these Summer tournaments, it’s

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Shoreham-Wading River comes back from a 7 goal deficit to win their seventh LIC

This game was an absolute thriller. The Cold Spring Harbor Seahawks jumped out to an 8-4 lead at halftime, and were up 11-6 with 3:09 left in the third. Shoreham-Wading River would not let their season end this way after a huge upset victory against Mount Sinai. This is where the fun began.

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Ward Melville beats Smithtown West in overtime for the Suffolk County Class A championship

Over the last couple of seasons, these two powerhouses have been up there as two of the top teams in not only Suffolk County, but Long Island. Going into the season, these were the top two ranked teams in Suffolk County. This hasn’t been the typical Ward Melville season as they had a couple of

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Shoreham Wading River stuns Mount Sinai in the Class C Suffolk County Championship

These teams played in the regular season in one of the most anticipated games of the season. Mount Sinai came out with a 14- 9 victory. Mount Sinai continued to run the table after that game for the rest of the regular season. They dominated everyone that was put in front of them, and they

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Massapequa gets over the hump to win their second LIC in program history

The past two seasons, Ward Melville and Massapequa have battled in the LIC, and Ward Melville has defeated Massapequa the past two seasons. The third time was the charm for the Chiefs as they defeated Ward Melville 10-5 to win their first LIC since 2014, where they went on to win the State Championship.

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Manhasset defeats Harborfields to win their first LIC since 2015

As soon as the whistle blew on the first face off of the game, the Manhasset Indians dominated this game and never looked back. Manhasset was coming off a double overtime thrilling victory over Garden City, and the momentum they gained in that game continued in the LIC.

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Syosset Edges Farmingdale and Advances to Nassau A County Final

The first time these teams went at it, Syosset beat Farmingdale, 13-11. Farmingdale tried to make a comeback late in the game, but they fell a little short. Farmingdale was out for vengeance, and this was a highly anticipated match-up that a lot of people were excited for. Both of these teams were fighting for

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West Babylon tops West Islip to advance to the County Championship

Yesterday afternoon, we saw a very physical and competitive game between West Babylon and West Islip, with West Babylon coming out on top, 16-9.

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Northport beats Smithtown East in the 2nd round of the Suffolk County Class A Playoffs

The crowd was rowdy for this battle between two tough and gritty teams and it was an old school Suffolk County class A match up. These teams played earlier in the season where Northport blew Smithtown East, 14-5, so Smithtown East was looking to redeem themselves in a win or go home situation  

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St. Anthony’s beats Chaminade in Instant Classic for 2019 Parochial AA Championship

This game was an instant classic between two of the biggest rivals in high school lacrosse. This game had a friday night lights high school football type of atmosphere. The stands were packed and everybody was on their feet for the entire game to see two of the best high school programs in the country.

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