High School Girls Lacrosse
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The Dowling Sports Complex will host the Long Island Championships on Sunday (so the Suffolk teams, technically, are home) and the game schedules are in reverse alphabetical order. The Class C game starts first, followed by the "B" and then "A."
Class A: Bay Shore vs. Farmingdale, 5 p.m.
Bay Shore captured its second Suffolk championship in three years with an 11-5...Read more »
Here are some of the leftover items from the Nassau Class B game, which Garden City won, 14-12, over Wantagh. You can read the game story here.
Catherine Dickinson scored six goals, Alexandra Bruno added five goals and an assist, and Jenna Fuchs had a goal and four assists.
Trojans senior defender Liz Stutzmann The strategic change in the defense in guarding Kaleigh Crag (who scored...Read more »
Here are some leftover notes and quotes from North Shore’s 14-13 win over Cold Spring Harbor in the Nassau Class C final on Wednesday at Adelphi. You can check out the game story here – if you haven’t already – and then scroll down for the good stuff we couldn’t squeeze into the paper.
Amanda Johansen had seven goals and two assists to lead North Shore. Coming from behind to beat Cold Spring...Read more »
On Wednesday, Nassau will settle all girls lacrosse business with three county finals, all played at Adelphi.
Our partners at MSG Varsity will stream them live on their website.
The schedule is as follows:
Class C: Cold Spring Harbor vs. North Shore, 4 p.m.
Class B: Garden City vs. Wantagh, 6 p.m.
Class A: Farmingdale vs. Massapequa, 8 p.m....Read more »
And so the stage is set…
North Shore will face Cold Spring Harbor in the Nassau Class C final at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Adelphi.
Amanda Johansen’s goal with 54 seconds left lifted North Shore over Seaford, 13-12, Thursday night in a semifinal. North Shore had rallied from down two in the final minutes.
Johansen had seven goals and two assists to lead No. 2 North Shore (13-3). Tess...Read more »
Catherine McTiernan scored a season-high six goals to lead Garden City in a 17-5 win over Long Beach on Wednesday in a Nassau Class B semifinal at Adelphi.
(Again, if I ever start an article like that – so bland – anyone mentioned in said article has my permission to slap me.)
“It’s do-or-die time,” McTiernan said of her motivation. She scored five of her goals in a 12-3 first half....Read more »
The quarterfinals will be played on Thursday, May 17.
No. 8 Lynbrook at No. 1 Garden City, 4:30 p.m.
No. 5 Plainedge at No. 4 Long Beach, 7 p.m.
No. 6 South Side at No. 3 Wantagh, 4:30 p.m.
No. 7 Hewlett at No. 2 Manhasset, 5 p.m. * The winners will advance to the semifinals on May 23 at Adelphi University. ...Read more »
Nassau Class A
Wednesday, May 16
No. 8 East Meadow at No. 1 Farmingdale, 4:30 p.m.
No. 5 Syosset at No. 4 Oceanside, 4:30 p.m.
No. 7 Hicksville at No. 2 Massapequa, 4:15 p.m.
No. 6 Baldwin at No. 3 Port Washington, 4:30 p.m.
The winners advance to the semifinals on May 22.
Nassau Class B
Monday, May 14
No. 16 Mepham at No. 1 Garden...Read more »
1. Farmingdale (14-1) The Dalers dropped their first game of the season to Manhasset, 12-6, on Monday. Perhaps fatigue was a factor, as it was their fourth game in six days and the six goals were about a third of Farmingdale's season average. Nevertheless, the win was more a credit to Manhasset than an indictment of the Dalers, so they'll continue to hold the top spot. Farmingdale also rebound with...Read more »
Say, Manhasset, how you doin’?
Coming off Monday’s huge win over Farmingdale, it had to be wondered: How much momentum do they take from this? And how far does that momentum go?” The answer: far enough. The Indians capped their regular season on Wednesday with an impressive 13-9 win over rival Garden City – their first since 2009.
Julia Glynn scored five goals and Halle Majorana had...Read more »