St. Anthony's defeated rival Chaminade to become the Class AAA state champions.

Credit: James A. Escher

St. Anthony's senior attacker Colin Clive reacts after his goal with 0:20 remaining in the first period of sudden death overtime lifted the Friars to a 9-8 victory over Chaminade. (May 28, 2010)

Credit: Photo by James A. Escher

St. Anthony's High School senior attacker #44 Sean Rooney, right, celebrates with teammate #14 Colin Clive after Clive's goal with 0:20 remaining in the first period of sudden death overtime lifted the Friars to a 9-8 victory over Chaminade in the CHSAA Class AAA varsity boys lacrosse championship game at St. John the Baptist High School. The game started Thursday, May 27 at C.W. Post, but was suspended with 6:02 remaining in the fourth quarter and the score tied 7-7 due to lightning.

Credit: Photo by James A. Escher

St. Anthony's High School senior attacker #14 Colin Clive, right, gets mobbed by celebrating teammates after his goal with 0:20 remaining in the first period of sudden death overtime lifted the Friars to a 9-8 victory over Chaminade. (May 28, 2010)

Credit: Richard Slattery

Chaminade goalie John Connors makes a save against St. Anthony's William Gilmartin during the NSCHSAA AAA championship at C.W. Post. (May 27, 2010)

Credit: Richard Slattery

St. Anthony's Thomas Schreiber tries to get around Chaminade's defense during the NSCHSAA AAA championship at C.W. Post. (May 27, 2010)

Credit: Richard Slattery

Chaminade midfielder Sean Mahon celebrates scoring to give his team a 5-3 lead against St. Anthony's during the NSCHSAA AAA championship at C.W. Post. (May 27, 2010)

Credit: Richard Slattery

St. Anthony's midfielder Brendan Schroeder celebrates scoring his team's seventh goal to the the score at 7-7 against Chaminade during the NSCHSAA AAA championship at C.W. Post. (May 27, 2010).

Credit: Richard Slattery

Chaminade's Sean Mahon (42) scores against St. Anthony's goalie Kenny Carpenter to give his team a 5-3 lead during the NSCHSAA AAA championship at C.W. Post. (May 27, 2010)

Credit: Richard Slattery

St. Anthony's midfielder Brendan Schroeder, left, scores his team's seventh goal as Chaminade's Michael Quinn looks on during the NSCHSAA AAA championship at C.W. Post. (May 27, 2010)

Credit: Richard Slattery

St. Anthony's midfielder Brendan Schroeder gets ready to take a shot that will score his team's seventh goal and tie the game against Chaminade during the NSCHSAA AAA championship at C.W. Post. The game was suspended in the fourth quarter with the score tied 7-7. (May 27, 2010)

Credit: Richard Slattery

St. Anthony's Charlie Raffa, left, drives to the goal as Chaminade's Brendan Fowler puts a check on him during the NSCHSAA AAA championship at C.W. Post. (May 27, 2010)

Credit: Richard Slattery

St. Anthony's goalie Kenny Carpenter, right, cannot stop a shot over his left shoulder from Chaminade's Matthew Kavanagh in the NSCHSAA Class AAA championship game at C.W. Post. The game was suspended due to lightning with the score tied 7-7. (May 27, 2010).

Credit: Photo by Bob Mitchell

St Anthony's #26 Thomas Schreiber scores his teams 5th goal of the game. (May 13, 2010)

Credit: Photo by Bob Mitchell

St Anthony's #20 Greg Danseglio keeps an eye on Chaminade's Mathew Kavanagh. (May 13, 2010)

Credit: Photo by Bob Mitchell

St Anthony's #1 Matt DeLea checks Chaminade's Mathew Kavanagh as he looses possession of the ball. (May 13, 2010)

Credit: Photo by Bob Mitchell

St Anthony's #51 Brendan Schroeder chases down Chaminade's Walter Rooney. (May 13, 2010)

Credit: Photo by Bob Mitchell

St Anthony's #14 Colin Clive scores his teams 4th goal of the game. (May 13, 2010)

Credit: Photo by Bob Mitchell

St Anthony HS's #3 Ryan Munnelly scores his teams 7th goal of the game. (May 13, 2010)

NewsdayTV's Elisa DiStefano and Newsday food writer Marie Elena Martinez take a look at the hottest places to dine on Long Island this summer.  Credit: Randee Daddona; Newsday / A.J. Singh

A taste of summer on Long Island NewsdayTV's Elisa DiStefano and Newsday food writer Marie Elena Martinez take a look at the hottest places to dine on Long Island this summer. 

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