Scenes from the LI Class D boys lacrosse final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson, who honored former player Aidan Kaminska before the game. 

Credit: Bob Sorensen

Cold Spring Harbor's Luke Giarraputo (2 ) shoots while covered by Port Jefferson's Christopher Mark (21) in the third quarter during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

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Cold Spring Harbor's CJ Rielly (21) looks to get around Port Jefferson's Anthony Pipia (22) in the second quarter during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

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Cold Spring Harbor's Hayden Calabretta (29) looks to get around Port Jefferson's Kyle Yannucci (17) in the second quarter during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

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Cold Spring Harbor celebrates their win during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

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Cold Spring Harbor's CJ Rielly (21) gets around Port Jefferson's Blake Roberts (24) and scores in the second quarter during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

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Cold Spring Harbor's Max Hawkinson (6) carries the ball in the third quarter during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

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Cold Spring Harbor's Jake Rogers (13) puts a shot in over Port Jefferson's Peter Murphy (1) in the third quarter during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

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Cold Spring Harbor's Max Hawkinson (6) gains possession over Port Jefferson's Jonah Pflaster (10) during a face off in the third quarter during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

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Cold Spring Harbor’s Will Spencer (22) follows the olay in the third quarter during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

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Cold Spring Harbor's Ryan McGloin (44) looks to get around Port Jefferson's Michael Scannell (20) in the fourth quarter during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

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Cold Spring Harbor's CJ Rielly (21) gets around Port Jefferson's Kyle Yannucci (17) in the fourth quarter during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

Credit: Bob Sorensen

Port Jefferson's Jonah Pflaster (10) and the rest of the team remember former player Aidan Kaminska during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

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Port Jeff Lacrosse remembers former player Aidan Kaminska during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

Credit: Bob Sorensen

Port Jeff Lacrosse remembers former player Aidan Kaminska during the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

Credit: Bob Sorensen

Port Jeff Lacrosse remembers former player Aidan Kaminska during a moment of silence before the Long Island Boys Lacrosse Class D final between Cold Spring Harbor and Port Jefferson on Saturday June 4 2022 at Hofstra University.

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