Author Archives: Scott Mitchell
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.
Coming up, this will be an exciting week in the boys Suffolk lacrosse world. I went in depth on four major games this week to see exactly what is the match-up at hand. I also take a look at the stars and x-factors that may play apart in each of the four games.
Yesterday evening, we saw a battle between two great teams. This battle ended up with Calhoun winning 8-7. This game had it all, heart, drama, and intensity.
Yesterday evening, a great Nassau girls match-up between the Farmingdale Lady Dalers and the Oceanside Lady Sailors went down. This game ended up with Farmingdale coming out on top 16-7.
Tonight, a defensive battle took place between two great teams in Bay Shore and Sachem North. Bay Shore hosted this first round playoff game against Suffolk Class A’s twelve seed in North.
On a gorgeous May night, we witnessed an intense game between Floral Park and Locust Valley boy’s lacrosse teams. It was a heated game that had playoff implications, which saw Locust Valley coming out on top, 14-5.
On a chilly may night, we witnessed a physical game between Roslyn and Sewanhaka boy’s lacrosse teams. This would serve as a game that meant a lot to the seniors, being that it was their last regular season game at home. Roslyn came out on top, sending their fans home happy, 18-4.
On a windy May night, playoff bound teams Wantagh and Long Beach displayed a fierce match-up in Conference 1 varsity girl’s lacrosse. The game was named Wantagh’s “Senior Game”, but Long Beach walked away with the W, securing a 15-6 victory.