Author Archives: Ryan Myers

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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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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Kellenberg Beats St. John the Baptist in Parochial A Championship

On 5/14, the Parochial AA Championship was on the line, and judging by the intensity and drive both these teams showed on the field, you can tell that both teams gave everything they had in the tank to call themselves champions. This game was tough, physical, and it was a straight up battle. There was

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Carey vs. South Side Boys Analysis

On South Side’s senior day, they were faced with a tough task ahead of them by going up against a young and exciting Carey team. Both of these teams cores are filled with good Sophomores and Juniors, and being that these teams are in the same conference, it was a showcase of the young talent

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Gains for Brains :: Darien vs. ESM Analysis

On April 27th, the Gains for Brains Tournament took place at Cold Spring Harbor High School. The tournament was created by Andrew and Lauren Rappaport, and it’s goal is to raise money for the Making Headway Foundation. The Making Headway Foundation gives care and treatment to children with brain and spinal cord tumors. This year

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Black & Yellow, String King Game of the Week, St. Anthony’s vs. Sacred Heart Academy Analysis

4/25: St. Anthony’s vs. Sacred Heart The atmosphere for the St. Anthony’s vs. Sacred Heart rivalry game at four sisters field was electric. The stands were absolutely packed for this clash between the top 2 parochial girls programs on Long Island. This game did not disappoint.

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Spring Break Analysis – Huntington & Sachem North Boys | Islip & Mattituck Girls

4/23: Huntington vs. Sachem North In the first half of this game, it was a very tough battle between two teams in Suffolk County trying to make a playoff push. It was 5-5 at half, and in the second half it was anyone’s game for the taking. Sachem North would take control though, scoring 3

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Massapequa v. Garden City @ Garden City High School

This game was hyped up, and it lived up to all the hype. It was a great battle between the top 2 ranked teams in the LILJ for Nassau County, and both of these teams wanted to prove they were worthy of the number one spot. Two historic programs going at it, punch for punch.

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South Side v. Syosset @ Syosset High School

If you missed this game, you missed a very exciting back and forth game between two great teams in Nassau County. These two teams came out at full force in their first regular season game of the 2019 season. These two teams left all it on the field, and it was a very tough physical

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