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Public Vs. Private

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,

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ANALYSIS – Laxin’ For Autism

Following the first day of the “Lax For Autism,” the games were back and forth, the crowds were energetic, and there was a huge increase in awareness for autism.  Before each game, shirts that correlated with every team playing were sold, food and drinks were provided, and raffle tickets were distributed for the chance to

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PREVIEW: Smithtown West v. Smithtown East

When people think about Long Island lacrosse the first thing that should come to their mind is the rivalry between Smithtown East and West.  Both these programs have produced some of the best lacrosse players the world has ever seen, including Rob Pannell who is the all-time points leader in college lacrosse. East is packed

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PREVIEW: Northport v. West Islip

Northport vs West Islip just might be one of the best Section XI matchups of the season as two storied programs collide in a prime time game. The 2-0 Northport Tigers have set high goals for this year and hope to have a chance at playing for a County Championship.  From a player standpoint, the

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Analysis: St. Anthony’s v. Manhasset

Yesterday’s prime time matchup between Manhasset and St. Anthony’s did not disappoint. Containing top Private and Public schools, this could easily be a game of the year candidate by the time the season ends in June. An unfamiliar scenery for the Friars as they relied on some key underclassman instead of all upperclassman as usual.

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