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Wednesday, April 24th Game Results

Floral Park 6, Hewlett 4
Floral Park defeated Hewlett, 6-4, in a Conference C/D matchup. Steven Baranoski scored three goals and Ben Meighan totaled two goals and an assist for the Knights (11-1). Hewlett now is 7-4. [ BOX SCORE

Mineola 11, West Hempstead 1
Mineola improved to 8-4 overall with a dominant win over visiting West Hempstead. Joe O'Connell had six points (3g, 3a) and Jack McCormack had five goals and an assist for the Mustangs. Kayden Nuzzi scored the lone goal for the Rams (1-10). [ BOX SCORE

Calhoun 16, Jericho 3
Leading the scoring for Calhoun (12-1) was Harley Finkelstein with four goals and an assist and Braden Garvey and Nick Voll each had a goal and three assists. Jericho's Tyler Chawla scored two goals. The Jayhawks are now 8-5. [ BOX SCORE

Herricks 15, Baldwin 2
Herricks (9-3) won their sixth straight game by dominating Baldwin in Conference A. Baldwin fell to 5-5. 


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Monday April 22nd Game Results

Wantagh 11, Farmingdale 4
Kyle Conklin made 15 saves to lead host Wantagh over Farmingdale (6-5) in Power League play. Jake Martini had three goals and three assists and Luke Martini scored four goals for the Warriors (8-3). [ BOX SCORE

Owen Heller
Owen Heller had three goals
and two assists today vs. NHP

North Shore 16, Lynbrook 8
Sawyer DeSeve (5g-5a) and Matthew D'Aversa (3g-4a) combined for 17 points to lead North Shore past Lynbrook in a non-league game. Alex Choi won 25 of 29 faceoffs and Griffin Pinter made 17 saves for the host
Vikings (6-4). Patrick O'Doherty tallied two goals and an assist and Michael Hendrickson scored twice for the Owls (6-6). [ BOX SCORE

Malverne/East Rockaway 12, Uniondale 5
Christian Page scored five goals and Cameron Lewis had a goal and five assists to lead Malverne/East Rockaway (3-8) past Uniondale in non-league. Matthew Delligatti added three goals for MER. Tristan Greenwood scored two goals and Dennis Argueta made 13 saves in goal for the Knights (1-9). [ BOX SCORE

Mepham 16, New Hyde Park 9
Mepham (7-3) outscored New Hyde Park 11-2 in the first en-route to an 16-9 Conference B victory. Alessandro Walaitis (5g-2a), Devin Greene (3g-2a), and Owen Heller (3g-2a) did the offensive damage for the Pirates. Cody McLean had four goals and an assist for New Hyde Park (5-6), giving him 102 career points. [ BOX SCORE

Owen Heller
Owen Heller 3g-2a today
vs. NHP

Herricks 7, Hicksville 6
The Highlanders (8-3) won their fifth consecutive game by defeating Hicksville in Conference A. Senior attackman Tommy Gaudio, who had two goals and an assist, scored the game winner with two seconds left in the game. Troy Madden scored three goals and Gavin Lamere scored one goal and won 11 of 15 faceoffs for Herricks. Jesse Bentrewicz had three goals and one assist and Freddy Giovanelli had 14 saves for the Comets (5-5).  [ BOX SCORE

Bellmore JFK 8, Freeport 7
Zach Greenseid had one goal and five assists for Bellmore JFK (4-7) in non-league. CJ Siegler went 13 for 15 at the faceoff for the Cougars. Freeport is 1-10 after the loss. [ BOX SCORE

Floral Park 10, Plainview JFK 8
Floral Park (10 -1) defeated Plainview JFK in a non-league game at Plainview. Steven Baranoski (4g-2a), Jack Gallagher (3g) and Marcus Mega (2g-1a) led the offensive charge for the Knights. Plainview is 5-5. [ BOX SCORE

South Side 13, Carey 4
Michael Melkonian won 17 of 18 faceoffs for South Side in a Conference B win over Carey (7-4). Owen West and Cullen Lynch both had three goals and Michael Aiello had one goal and four assists. South Side had nine different goal scorers in the game. Melkonian has won 74% of his faceoffs for the season. [ BOX SCORE

Garden City 12, Calhoun 5
The last remaining unbeaten team in Nassau fell today as Garden City defeated host Calhoun in Conference B play. The Trojans (9-2) used a dominant 6-1 third quarter to break open a close game and knock off the Colts (11-1). Nick Voll scored three goals in the loss for Calhoun.  [ BOX SCORE]



April 24, 1974: Lynbrook goalie Carl Wallach made 27 saves in a 10-8 loss to Long Beach.



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Garden City Wins the 140th Woodstick Classic

In a low scoring affair Garden City defeated Manhasset, 7-2, in the 140th Woodstick Classic, the oldest public high school lacrosse rivalry in the United States. The Trojans (8-2) rugged defense led the way, holding the Manhasset offense to two goals, one in each half, en route to the victory. The game, this year part of Power League play, will certainly have seeding implications for the Nassau Class B playoffs which are a little less than a month away. 
Garden City scored the first two goals, both unassisted and both from the strong left hand of senior attackman Andrew Ottomanelli (Holy Cross). Manhasset answered with a goal from Michael Mondiello (MIT) on a pass from Luca Petruccelli (Amherst) with nine seconds left in the first quarter. 
Sophomore midfielder Charlie Koester had a hand in the next two Trojan tallies. At the 8:36 mark of the second, he scored unassisted. Just less than four minutes later he found Dan Mejdid on the crease and Garden City had a 4-1 that they would take into halftime. The Indians scored the only goal of the third quarter, with Petruccelli hammering home a low shot that cut the Garden City lead to 4-2. 
But the Trojan defense would not succumb to the pressure. They were able to string together a few stops, and when faceoff specialist Luke Cascadden (Navy) scored off the draw to start the fourth quarter, the Garden City lead began to seem unsurmountable. Just over a minute after the Cascadden goal, Carson Kraus (Hamilton) scored unassisted to bring the lead to 6-2. On a night when the Garden City defense stood tallest, the last goal was perhaps the most emblamatic of their efforts. Defenseman Matt Kephart (Princeton) forced a turnover, sprinted downfield and fired a thirty yard pass to a cutting Kraus for the easy layup, making the final score 7-2 in favor of the Trojans. 


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Big Saturday- Dalers Win in OT; Wantagh and Massapequa Take Non-League Tilts

Farmingdale 9, Syosset 8 OT
Brendan O'Keefe scored the tying goal with 2.9 seconds left in regulation and Dean Kott scored the game-winner with 49 seconds left in overtime to lead Farmingdale over Syosset, 9-8, in Power League play. O'Keefe finished with two goals and three assists for the Dalers (6-4), and Kott's goal was assisted by Sal Posilllico. Josh Weisenfeld made a career-high 15 saves for the Braves (4-6) and David Disque had two goals and two assists, giving him 47 points on the season.  [ BOX SCORE

Wantagh 18, Mamaroneck 7
The Warriors traveled to Westchester and picked up a non-league win over Mamaroneck, 18-7. Sophomore Devin Paccione had two goals and six assists, Luke Martin had five goals and assist, and Dylan Martini had three goals and an assist to pace Wantagh (7-3). Will Greaves continued his winning ways at the faceoff dot, taking 20 of 28 draws. The Tigers of Section One are now 5-3.  [ BOX SCORE

Devin Paccione had eight points for Wantagh on Saturday

Massapequa 9, Hauppauge 3
Massapequa picked up an inter-county non-league victory over visiting Hauppauge (5-6). Michael Weigand was 11 of 14 on faceoffs and scored two goals for the Chiefs (7-4). Michael Jannotte made eight saves and Tyler Byrnes had two goals and an assist for Massapequa.

New Hyde Park 17, Great Neck South 7
Cody McLean (6g, 4a) and Aidan Garvey (3g, 6a) combined for 19 points to lead New Hyde Park past Great Neck South in Conference B. Garvey picked up his 100th career assist in the game, and now has 239 career points. Edwin Serpas had five goals and an assist for the Rebels (3-7).   [ BOX SCORE

Aidan Garvey had nine points for New Hyde Park

Jericho 17, Division Avenue 6
Josh Rubin totaled thirteen points with seven goals and six assists and was the high scorer in Nassau games today. His big day led Jericho past Division Avenue in Conference B. Tyler Chawla added five goals for the visiting Jayhawks (8-4). Tim Stanley scored three goals for Division Avenue (4-6).   [ BOX SCORE

Josh Rubin had the highest point total on Saturday of any player in Nassau County-13!

Port Washington 17, Baldwin 2
The Vikings downed Baldwin in Conference A play by outscoring the Bruins 9-0 in the first half. Leading the Port Washington (2-7) attack was Tommy McCarvill with four goals and an assist, as nine different players scored for the Vikings. Baldwin is 5-4.  [ BOX SCORE

Herricks 16, East Meadow 3
Troy Madden had a goal and seven assists to lead Herricks over East Meadow in Conference A. Tommy Gaudio added six points (3g, 3a) for the Highlanders (7-3). East Meadow is now 6-7.  [ BOX SCORE

Long Beach 17, Elmont 1
Luke Hartman had three goals and three assists and Maverick Chernoff had two goals and two assists to power Long Beach past Elmont (1-9) in Conference B. Sophomore Charlie Conway had three goals and an assist for the Marines (7-2).  [ BOX SCORE

Mepham 14, Glen Cove 2
Owen Heller (2g-5a), James Henningsen (3g-2a), and  Liam Williams (1g-4a) were the high scorers for Mepham in a Conference B victory over Glen Cove. The Pirates (6-3) led 11-0 at halftime and had eleven different goal scorers in the game. matteo Cameron made 18 saves for the Big Red (4-7), giving him 170 for the season. [ BOX SCORE

Holy Trinity 8, Uniondale 7
Adrian Ayala scored two goals and added two assists for Uniondale in a non-league loss to visiting Holy Trinity (3-3). Dennis Argueta finished with 12 saves for the Knights (1-8). [ BOX SCORE

New Dorp 8, Hempstead 6
Erick Escobar and Jayden Polite each had two goals for Hempstead in an 8-6 non-league loss to New Dorp (7-6) . Adrian Beltre finished with 10 saves in goal for the Tigers (1-9).  [ BOX SCORE


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Friday Results-Calhoun Defeats Carey, Floral Park Wins In OT

Friday saw an exciting number of games in Nassau, including two overtime games, Calhoun remaining as the sole undefeated team by stopping Carey, and South Side dowining visiting Somers of Section One (Westchester). The results are:

Calhoun 6, Carey 4
Calhoun won their 11th straight game by defeating visiting Carey in Conference B. Harley Finkelstein scored three goals and added an assist and Mark Restivo made 10 saves to lead a Colts defense that shutout Carey (7-3) in the second half. [ BOX SCORE

Floral Park 7, Bethpage 6 OT
Ryan Connolly scored an unassisted goal with 2:26 remaining in overtime to lead Floral Park past Bethpage in Conference C/D. Ben Meighan scored his second goal at the buzzer to force overtime for the Knights (9-1). Steven Baranoski led Floral Park with two goals and an assist. [ BOX SCORE

South Side 14, Somers 9
Michael Aiello had three goals and an assist and Cole DiPietro and Cullen Lynch both added three goals in a 14-9 win over previously undefeated Somers (8-1) of Section One.  Michael Melkonian won 14 of 23 faceoffs for the Cyclones (9-1). [ BOX SCORE

South Side celebrated a big win by knocking off previously undefeated Somers on Friday

Wantagh 12, Cold Spring Harbor 7
Will Greaves won 19 of 22 faceoffs to lead Wantagh over Cold Spring Harbor (6-4) in Power League play. Jake Martini had five assists and scored once and Devin Paccione scored four goals and had two assists for the Warriors (6-3). Wantagh goalie Kyle Conklin totaled 20 saves in the win.  BOX SCORE

Oceanside 12, Freeport 2
Michael Madden had seven assists and Andrew Dato scored four goals to lead Oceanside (8-3) in Conference A.
Freeport is now 1-8. [ BOX SCORE
Michael Madden had seven assists for Oceanside on Friday

Hicksville 11, Valley Stream 0
Freddy Giovanelli made seven saves to earn the shutout for Hicksville in Conference A play. James Kelly had two goals and four assists for the Comets (5-4), and Michael Gilbert added three goals and an assist in the win. Valley Stream fell to 4-7 with the loss. [ BOX SCORE

Hempstead 3, Uniondale 1
Hempstead picked up their first win of the season thanks to two goals from Chris Davila. Adrian Beltre made 14 saves for the Tigers (1-8) in the Conference A win, holding visiting Uniondale to one goal. Onell Webb Jr. had the lone marker for the Knights (1-7). [ BOX SCORE

Island Trees 11, Hewlett 7
Kian McCoy scored five goals and added two assists to lead Island Trees in Conference C/D over Hewlett. John Echezuria added two goals and three assists for the Bulldogs (5-4). Daniel Lankri made 16 saves for Hewlett (7-3) and CJ Maiorano scored three goals with an assist for the host Bulldogs.

Seaford 16, Mineola 4
Tim Navin (5g-1a), sophomore attackman Peter Barone (2g-2a) did the scoring damage for Seaford in the Vikings (8-2) Conference C/D win over host Mineola (7-4). Jake Anzelone added three goals for the victors. [ BOX SCORE

North Shore 14, Locust Valley 3
Alex Choi won 16 of 19 faceoffs and Matthew D'Aversa totaled seven points (4g, 3a) to lead North Shore (5-4) over Locust Valley in Conference C/D. Eighth-grade attackman Tyler Curran added five points (3g, 2a) for the victors. [ BOX SCORE

Plainedge 14, Oyster Bay 2
Owen Donnellan had four goals and three assists and Jack O'Connor tallied five goals to power the Red Devils (7-4) past Oyster Bay in Conference C/D. Jake Panetta made 14 saves for the Baymen (5-4).  [ BOX SCORE

Lynbrook 15, Clarke 0
Derek Sandorfi scored three goals and had three assists to lead 13 different goal scorers for Lynbrook in the Owls shutout win over Clarke (2-10) in Conference C/D. Ryan Kehoe scored three times for Lynbrook (6-5). [ BOX SCORE

Malverne/East Rockaway 11, West Hempstead 10 OT
Jaden Taylor won 16 of 19 faceoffs and totaled three points and Brian Christodoulou earned his first varsity win in goal for Malverne/East Rockaway's overtime win over visiting West Hempstead (2-8). The game-winner was scored by Hudson Arnold, his second of the game. Matt Delligatti scored four goals for the Rocks (2-8) and Gavin Lee had two goals and four assists for the Rams. [ BOX SCORE



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Results for Thursday, April 18

Baldwin 11, East Meadow 8
Brady Mahler scored four goals and Logan Kirchner scored three  goals and added an assist to lead Baldwin past East Meadow in Conference A action. Othello Cook made 11 saves for the Bruins (5-3). Jack Caracciola (2g, 3a) and Bryan Tauber (3g, 1a) were the high scorers for East Meadow (6-6) and Jackson Reger made 14 saves in goal. [ BOX SCORE

Long Beach 8, Oceanside 4
Maverick Chernoff scored four goals and Aiden Derupo made 15 saves to power Long Beach (6-2) past host Oceanside (7-3) in a non-league game.  Charlie Conway had three assists for the Marines.  [ BOX SCORE

MacArthur 16, New Hyde Park 7
MacArthur (6-4) picked up a Conference B victory at home by defeating New Hyde Park, 16-7.  Ryan Fitzgerald and Connor Larkin each had four goals and two assists for the Generals. Aidan Garvey scored four goals and added an assist for New Hyde Park (4-5).   [ BOX SCORE

Wheatley/Carle Place 8, Bellmore JFK 2
The Wildfrogs picked up a Conference B victory by defeating Bellmore JFK at home, 8-2. Nicholas Pascarella had three goals and an assist and James Demakopoulos made eight saves in goal for Wheatley/Carle Place (7-5). Jack LaGalia made ten saves in goal for Bellmore JFK (3-7).     [ BOX SCORE


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Wednesday, April 17th Results

A heavy Power League schedule on Wednesday saw Massapequa knock off Wantagh, South Side defeat Farmingdale at home, and Manhasset win a tight game over Port Washington. Syosset stepped back into Conference A to gain a victory over Hicksville, and in Conference B Roslyn won their fifth stright game by outscoring Division Avenue, 12-3. 

Massapequa 9, Wantagh 8
Michael Jannotte made 15 saves for the Chiefs in their 9-8 victory over visiting Wantagh (5-3). Joe Fazio had four goals and Rocco Spallina had a goal and three assists for Massapequa (6-4). Will Greaves won 17 of 20 faceoffs and Devin Paccione had a goal and three assists for the Warriors. It was the eighth consecutive victory for Massapequa over Wantagh, dating back to 2011. [ BOX SCORE
Nolan Wieczoreck and Tom Carlo in action yesterday

South Side 12, Farmingdale 7
Cullen Lynch and Michael Aiello both had three goals to lead South Side to a 12-7 home win over Farmingdale. Michael Melkonian won 15 of 23 faceoff and Liam Livingston had three assists for the Cyclones (8-1) and Brendan O'Keefe scored three goals and added an assist for the Dalers (5-4). [ BOX SCORE
Michael Melkonian won 15 of 23 draws yesterday for South Side

Manhasset 6, Port Washington 4
Daniel O'Connor scored two goals for Manhasset (8-2) in a Power League victory over visiting Port Washington. Matthew Im made 12 saves for the Indians, and Griffin Marvin won 10 of 14 faceoffs for the Vikings (1-7). [ BOX SCORE

Syosset 18, Hicksville 9
David Disque (3g, 4a) led ten different Braves goal scorers in a 18-9 win over host Hicksville in Conference A. Syosset (4-5) broke open a close game with a 10-2 third quarter to secure the win. Aidan Cleary won 27 of 29 faceoffs and Josh Chung added two scores and four assists for Syosset. James Kelly had five goals and an assist for the Comets (4-4). Hicksville senior goaltender Frederick Giovanelli made 10 saves, giving him 503 for his career.  [ BOX SCORE

Herricks 9, Plainview JFK 6
Troy Madden scored three goals and had two assists to lead Herricks past Plainview JFK in Conference A play. Madden and teammate Riley Royals each surpassed the 100 point plateau for their careers. Gavin Lamere won ten faceoffs and scored a goal for the Highlanders (6-3). Sophomore Jake Ilardo made 23 saves for Plainview JFK (4-4).  [ BOX SCORE

Calhoun 16, Great Neck South 6
Calhoun, the only undefeated team left in Nassau, won their 10th game by knocking off Great Neck South in Conference B. Braden Garvey (3g-3a) and Nicholas Voll (2g-2a) were the high scorers for the Colts. Edwin Serpas led Great Neck South (3-6) with five goals and an assist. [ BOX SCORE

Roslyn 12, Division Avenue 3
Roslyn (6-4) topped Division Avenue in Conference B thanks to four goals from Josh Berger and two goals and two assists from Spencer Cymbler. Chris Gordon scored two goals for Division Avenue (4-5) in the loss.     [ BOX SCORE

Mepham 13, Jericho 6
Liam Williams (2g-3a) and Owen Heller (1g-4a) were the high scorers for Mepham in a Conference B victory over host Jericho (7-4). Devin Greene added three goals for the Pirates, while Tyler Chawla had two goals and two assists for the Jayhawks. Jericho goaltender Brandon Klein, a senior, made 16 saves, giving him a career total of exactly 500.  [ BOX SCORE

Long Beach 12, Great Neck North 4
Luke Hartman led all scorers on Wednesday in Nassau with six goals and an assist to lead Long Beach past Great Neck North in Conference B. 8th-grade midfielder Johnathan Hayes scored three times and Jeffery Wang won 14 of 20 faceoffs for the Marines. Daniel Perlman scored all four goals for the Blazers and Brian Scheidt made an amazing 27 saves in goal.   [ BOX SCORE
Luke Hartman scored six goals on Wednesday

Glen Cove 16, Elmont 6
Ben Conger-Kielbasa (4g-4a) totaled eight points and Nick Ladeairous tied Luke Hartman with six goals as the day's high scorer in Nassau to lead Glen Cove (4-6) past Elmont in Conference B.  Tayshaun Powell had two goals and two assists and Josiah Cajuste had a goal and three assists for the Spartans (1-8). [ BOX SCORE

Lynbrook 10, Locust Valley 2
Michael Hendrickson scored five times to lead Lynbrook to a Conference C/D victory on the road at Locust Valley. Eighth-grader Grayson Iannotti made seven saves in goals for Locust Valley (1-8).  [ BOX SCORE

Wheatley/Carle Place 15, Lawrence 1
Blake Lyons had two goals and one assist to lead twelve different Wheatley/Carla Place goal scorers in a 15-1 Conference C/D win over Lawrence (0-10). Luke Parise won 10 of 11 faceoffs for the Wildfrogs (6-5).  [ BOX SCORE



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Great Days for JFKs - 4/16/24

In Tuesday's action, both Plainview JFK and Bellmore JFK came out with close victories. 

PLAINVIEW JFK 13 - BALDWIN 9:  Tied 3-3 after the first quarter, Plainview JFK took an 8-6 halftime lead and was able to hold on for the 13-9 victory. Alex Kantrowitz led the way with 6 points (3g-3a). Chris Tripoli, Nick Altmann, and Josef Saueracker also added 3 goals a piece. Goalie Jake Ilardo made 15 saves and Ethan Schwartzberg won 15 faceoffs. Brady Mahler led Baldwin with 3 goals and Othello Cook made 13 saves for the Bruins.


BELLMORE JFK 12 - MALVERNE/EAST ROCKAWAY 10:  After being down 9-4 at half, Bellmore JFK outscored MER 8-1 in the second half to take a 12-10 non-league win. Leading the way for JFK were Jack LaGalia in goal with 11 saves and CJ Siegler who went 20/24 at the faceoff X. Chase Goldman led the offense with 4 goals and 1 assist, Ryan Califano had 3 goals, Zach Greenseid has 2 goals and 3 assists and Ray Torchia had 2 goals and 1 assist. Matthew Delligatti led MER offense with 5 goals and Brian Christodoulou had 16 saves. 


VALLEY STREAM 5 - HEMPSTEAD 4:  In another close game, Valley Stream's Jonathan Espinosa won 11 of 13 faceoffs and Anthony Vitulllo had 2 goals to lead VS to its second victory in a row. Nabil Oza, Shaun Torchenaud and Keith Grosso each had a goal and assist for Valley Stream. Chris Lake had 2 goals and an assist for Hempstead.


OCEANSIDE 15 - UNIONDALE 2:  Rounding out the Class A action, Oceanside made it 23 in a row over Uniondale 15-2. Ten different players scored for the Sailors, led by Brian Kraemer (2g,2a), Andrew Dato (2g,1a) and Jack Passuello (2g,1a). Ikenna Okoye and Adrian Ayala scored for the Knights.


CAREY 15 - SEWANHAKA 3:  Seven different players scored for Carey in the day's only Class B game. Ethan Pelzer had 4 goals and 2 assists, and Chris Obertis (3g,2a) and Christian Korszloski (3g,3a) each scored 3. 


Conference C/D was the palce for some close games-

FRIENDS ACADEMY 15 - MINEOLA 14:  The Quakers were able to stop the Mineola comeback and come away with a 15-14 victory. Florence Campbell led the FA scorers with 5 goals, Clark Beard (3g,2a) and Cooper Schultz (3g,1a) each added three. 


BETHPAGE 9 - ISLAND TREES 8: James LiPietri scored the game winner for Bethpage with under 2 minutes to go in overtime. Goalie Joey Traversa made 3 of his 8 saves in overtime for the Golden Eagles. Check back for more details. 


SEAFORD 16 - PLAINEDGE 10:  Seaford used an 8-3 first quarter enroute to a 16-10 victory over Plainedge. Jake Anzalone led Seaford going 14/2 at the faceoff x and scoring 4 goals for the Vikings. Daniel Barone also scored 4goals while Peter Barone and Tim Navin added 2 each.[ BOX SCORE
Jake Anzelone had another huge day for Seaford

HEWLETT 12 - CLARKE 4:  Hewlett extended its winning streak to 5 in a row with a 12-4 win over Clarke. Lucas Barsuaskas had 2 goals for Clarke in the loss. 


NORTH SHORE 20 - WEST HEMPSTEAD 3:  Eight different players scored for the Vikings including Matthew D'Aversa with 6 goals and 5 assists. D'Aversa now has 54 career assists. Lucas Meglino (4g,1a) and Sawyer DeSeve (1g, 6a) also led the Viking offense. Alex Choi won all 18 of his faceoffs. Gavin Lee (2g,1a) led the Ram offense.  


FLORAL PARK 15 - LAWRENCE 1:  Thirteen players scored for Floral Park, including Chase McLoughlin, Eric Terwilliger, Ben Galanek, and JP Russell who all scored their first career goals. Sean Hallock had seven saves for the Knights. 


And in the day's Feature Matchup in the Power League:

COLD SPRING HARBOR 10 - SYOSSET 9:  Syosset scored 4 goals in the fourth quarter to draw even with CSH with just 27 seconds to go, but it wasn't enough as Ryan McGloin scored as the buzzer sounded to give the Seahawaks the win. Nick Turner scored for Syosset to even the score at 9, and after a faceoff scrum CSH's faceoff man Sam Bruno picked up a groundball and found McGloin at the midfield stripe with just 5 seconds to go. Check back later for more on this amazing game!



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Monday April 15 Results

Division Ave 12, Clarke 9
Division Ave defeated Clarke , 12-9, in a non-league game played in Levittown. Division (4-4) was led by Liam Burns with two goals and three assists and Chris Gordon, who scored five times. Lucas Barsuaskas scored six goals and added two assists for Clarke (2-8).     [ BOX SCORE

Great Neck North 12, St. Mary's 5
The Blazers defeated St. Mary's (1-1) in a home non-league game, 12-9. Dan Perlman and Tomer Zur each scored three times for Great Neck North (4-5). Brian Scheidt made 17 saves for the Blazers to earn the win in goal. 

Roslyn 13, Sewanhaka 1
Roslyn improved their record to 5-4 with a Conference B road win at Sewanhaka.  (5-4)  Josh Berger had six points, (3g-3a), and Ethan Goldberg won 14 of 15 faceoffs for the Bulldogs. Lucas Lievano scored the only goal for Sewanhaka (2-6).     [ BOX SCORE

Elmont 3, Hempstead 2
Gustavo Solario scored his first varsity goal off an assist from Josiah Cajuste with two minutes left in double overtime to lead Elmont past Hempstead (0-7). Down 2-0 late in the fourth, the Spartans rallied behind goals from Tayshaun Powell and Cajuste to tie the game and force overtime. Julius Sylvain-Jenkins made 14 saves including three in overtime for Elmont, who won their first game of the season (1-7).  [ BOX SCORE

East Meadow 10, Freeport 4
East Meadow (6-5) defeated Freeport in a Conference A game played at home.  Bryan Tauber scored five goals and had an assist and Marchello Romano made four assists. Freeport fell to 1-7 with the loss. [ BOX SCORE

Massapequa 15, Mount Sinai 10
The Massapequa attack of Tyler Byrnes (4g), Rocco Spallina (3g), and Nolan Wieczorek combined for nine goals in a non-league victory over Mount Sinai (3-5).  Jack Garguilo added two goals and two assists for the Chiefs (5-4). [ BOX SCORE

Wheatley/Carle Place 14, Oyster Bay 5
Blake Lyons had four goals and two assists to lead Wheatley/Carle Placeover Oyster Bay in Conference C/D. Both Nic Pascarella and Max Cardova had three goals and one assist for the Wildfrogs (5-5). Chris Lingen had two goals and an assist for the Baymen (5-3).  [ BOX SCORE

Syosset 9, Carey 4
Brody Waxer had three goals and three assists in a non-league home victory over Carey.  Owen Azevedo won 15 out of 17 faceoffs and scored three goals for the Braves (3-4). Rich Metzger made 10 saves for the Seahawks (6-2).   [ BOX SCORE


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Sunday Special- Manhasset 6, Shoreham-Wading River 4

Manhasset 6, Shoreham-Wading River 4
The one game played on Sunday was a good one, an inter-county non-league game between Manhasset and Shoreham-Wading River played at Long Island University. The game was a rematch of the 2023 Long Island Championship that was won by the Indians, 11-6. The teams, two of the top squads in the state, played a much closer game today, but the Indians held serve, winning 6-4. Their record now stands at 7-2.
The Manhasset defense, helped by seven saves from senior Matt Im, held the Wildcats to one second half goal. Six different players scored the six Manhasset goals, who improved to 4-0 all-time against Shoreham-Wading River (4-2).  [ BOX SCORE]

Matt Im of Manhasset
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Saturday Results-LATE UPDATE!

Herricks 16, Hempstead 1
The Highlanders improve to 5-3 with a win over Hempstead in Conference A play. Troy Madden (5g-5a), Brayden Haase (2g-3a), and Riley Royals (3g-1a) did the offensive damage for Herricks. Adrian Beltre made 21 saves for Hempstead (0-6).    [ BOX SCORE

Valley Stream 6, Uniondale 1
Valley Stream won this Conference A matchup and moves to 3-6. Leading the scoring for Valley Stream was Luke Tartamella with three goals and one assist. Uniondale is 1-5. [ BOX SCORE

Calhoun 15, New Hyde Park 6
Harley Finkelstein totaled seven points (4g-3a) and Shaun Walters scored four goals to lead undefeated Calhoun past New Hyde Park in Conference B play. Freshman Michael Nicholson won 21 of 25 faceoffs for the Colts. Cody McLean had two goals and three assists for New Hyde Park (4-4).  [ BOX SCORE

Island Trees 10, Wheatley/Carle Place 4
Island Trees moved to 4-3 with a road Conference C/D win against Wheatley/Carle Place (4-5). [ BOX SCORE

Bethpage 9, North Shore 5
Chase Soliday had two goals and four assists and teammate Bryce Wylie scored four times to lead Bethpage past North Shore in Conference C/D. Jake Kelly made 7 saves in goal for the Golden Eagles (6-3) to pick up the victory. Griffin Pinter made 15 saves for the Vikings (3-4) and Matthew D'Aversa scored twice.  [ BOX SCORE

Floral Park 12, Mineola 10
Floral Park defeated Mineola  in a Conference C/D matchup played at Floral Park. . Steven Baranoski scored seven goals for the Knights (7-1) and Sean Hallock had 12 saves in the win. Leading the scoring for Mineola (7-2) was Joe O'Connell (4g-1a) and Rusty Carr (3g-0a). Senior Jack McCormack scored his 200th career point in the loss.  [ BOX SCORE

Garden City 7, Bridgewater-Raritan (NJ) 2
Andrew Ottomanelli scored three goals and Carson Kraus added two goals while Denis Fargione had 11 saves to lead Garden City (7-2) to a non-league home victory over Bridgewater Raritan of New Jersey (2-2). A tough Garden City defense shut out the Panthers in the second half. 

Massapequa 9, Lakeland-Panas 2
Massapequa beat Lakeland-Panas on the road,  9-2. The Chiefs (4-4) defense held Lakeland-Panas to just two goals in the game, both of which wee scored in the second half. Michael Jannotte made 10 saves in goal, and Nolan Wieczorek scored two goals and added an assist for Massapequa. The Rebels, of Section I, are 2-3.   [ BOX SCORE

Friends Academy 9, Locust Valley 4
Cooper Schultz (3g-1a) led Friends Academy in scoring and Brett Cohen made 12 saves to lead the Quakers past Locust Valley in Conference C/D play. Connor Terrell has two goals and Harrison Blair had two assists for the Falcons (1-7). [ BOX SCORE

Oyster Bay 14, West Hempstead 3
Oyster Bay improved to 5-2 with a home Conference C/D victory over West Hempstead.  Jake Macri (4g-2a), Jagger Romano (2g-3a), and Chris Lingen (2g-1a) were high scorers for the Baymen and George Henry won 13 of 20 faceoffs. Gavin Lee had two assists for West Hempstead (1-7).    [ BOX SCORE

Smithtown West 11, Port Washington 6
Will Ahmuty scored two goals and Liam Mcarvill had two assists for Port Washington (1-6) in the Vikings 11-6 non-league loss at Smithtown West (8-1). 

Huntington 10, Cold Spring Harbor 5
Host Huntington (5-2) defeated Cold Spring Harbor, 10-5, in the teams annual rivalry game. The Blue Devils won for the first time against the Seahawks (5-3) since 2014. 

Lynbrook 12, Poly Prep
Derek Sandorfi (4g-0a) scored four goals and Caiden Lung made 12 saves to lead Lynbrook past Poly Prep of Brooklyn in non-league. Lucas Basham of Poly (4-3) scored three goals. It was the first-ever meeting between the two schools.  [ BOX SCORE


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Friday April 12th Game Results

Clarke 10, Lawrence 1
Clarke (2-7) was led by Lucas Barsuaskas (1g-4a), Connor Morgan (3g-2a), and David Quesada (2g-2a) in a home win over Lawrence (0-8).   [ BOX SCORE

Fairfield Prep 12, Farmingdale 7
Brendan O'Keefe had three goals and an assist for the Dalers (5-3) in a home non-league loss to Fairfield Prep (5-1) of Connecticut. Sal Posillico had a goal and two assists and Jimmy Caputo made 10 saves for Farmingdale.   [ BOX SCORE

Calhoun 19, Division Ave. 7
Calhoun continued their unbeqaten ways by downing Division Avenue in a Conference B game.  Shaun Walters (5g-0a), Harley Finkelstein (3g-1a), and Brandon McCabe (4g-0a) led the Colts (8-0) offensively and Michael Nicholson won 14 of 15 faceoffs. Division was led by Jake Larocca with three goals and is 3-4 after the road loss.  [ BOX SCORE

Wantagh 17, Lynbrook 3
Will Greaves went 23 for 23 on faceoffs to help lead Wantagh past Lynbrook. Kyle Conklin made 10 saves in his first start of the season for the Warriors (5-2). Jake Martini (4g, 4a) Devin Paccione (5a), and Luke Martini (4g,3a) were the offensive stars for Wantagh. Caiden Lung made 16 saves for Lynbrook (3-5). [ BOX SCORE

Long Beach 13, Jericho 7
Luke Hartman scored six goals and had two assists to lead Long Beach (4-2) past Jericho (7-3) in Conference B. Jeffery Wang won 16 of 17 faceoffs for the Marines. Tyler Chawla (2g-1a), Jack Person (1g-2a), and Josh Rubin (1g-2a) led Jericho in scoring, and Brandon Klein made 13 saves. ( [ BOX SCORE

South Side 19, New Hyde Park 10
Michael Melkonian won all ten of his faceoffs and Cole DiPietro and Michael Aiello had two goals each in an 8-0 first quarter for South Side (7-1). Aiello also added two assists for four points and Sean Glynn and Sean Quirk each scored three goals for the Cyclones.  New Hyde Park (4-3) was led in scoring  by Aidan Garvey (2g-4a), and A/M Cody McLean (3g-3a).  [ BOX SCORE

Kellenberg 14, Seaford 13
Frank Pyryt scored four goals for Seaford in a road non-league loss to Kellenberg (3-4). Daniel Barone added four points (2g, 2a) and defender Jake Anzelone had a goal, two assists and won 15 of 28 faceoffs for the Vikings.  [ BOX SCORE

Oceanside 16, East Meadow 0
Michael Madden (3g-3a), Brian Kraemer (2g-3a), and Andrew Dato (3g-1a) led Oceanside in scoring during the Sailors (6-2) Conference A victory over East Meadow (5-5).   [ BOX SCORE

Great Neck South 7, Sewanhaka 6
Max Levinson and Edwin Serpas each had three goals to lead Great Neck South past Sewanhaka (2-5) in Conference B. Robin Varughese was excellent in goal with 15 saves for the Rebels (3-5).  [ BOX SCORE

Garden City 16, Mepham 3
Garden City improved to 6-2 with a dominant victory of Mepham (4-3).  Andrew Ottomanelli (4g-2a) and  Dan Mejdid (2g-2a) were the high scorers for the Trojans, who led 13-1 at halftime and had nine players score a goal.     [ BOX SCORE

Roslyn 13, MacArthur 6
Ethan Goldberg won 18 of 20 faceoffs and freshman attackman Gavin Ryback scored five goals to lead Roslyn (4-4) past MacArthur in Conference B. Spencer Cymbler added four goals and an assist for the Bulldogs. Connor Larkin scored two goals for MacArthur (5-4).    [ BOX SCORE

Great Neck North 8, Elmont 4
Daniel Perlman scored six goals and Brian Scheidt made 12 saves in goal to lead Great Neck North (3-5) over Elmont in Conference B.  Juluis Sylvain-Jankins totaled 26 saves in the loss for Elmont (0-7).    [ BOX SCORE

Hewlett 12, Malverne/East Rockaway 5
Stefano Borsellino (4g-2a), Myles King (2g-4a), and Luke Rochler (1g-4a) led the scoring for Hewlett (6-2) in a victory over Malverne/East Rockaway in Conference C/D. Sophomore Matthew Delligatti led MER (1-7) with two goals and one assist. [ BOX SCORE


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Thursday: North Wins the Battle Of Great Neck

Great Neck North 9, Great Neck South 5
Dan Perlman scored five goals and added an assist to lead Great Neck North over Great Neck South. Sophomore Brian Scheidt made 18 saves in goal for the Blazers (2-5). Great Neck South (2-5) goaltender Robin Varughese made 10 saves in the loss.    [ BOX SCORE

St. Dominic 13, Friends Academy 9
Cooper Schultz scored three goals and an assist in 13-9 non-league loss to visiting St. Dominic.  Florence Campbell scored two goal and added an assist for the Quakers (3-4).   [ BOX SCORE

Jericho 16, Malverne/East Rockaway 5
Josh Rubin (7g-2a) totaled nine points and Jack Person (4g-3a) totaled seven to power Jericho past Malverne/East Rockaway (1-6). Malverne/East Rockaway's high scorer was Davion Thomas with two goals and an assist. [ BOX SCORE

Baldwin 11, Hicksville 9
Brady Mahler scored five times and added two assists to help Baldwin past Hicksville in Conference A. Logan Kirchner had two goals and two assists for the Bruins (4-2). James Kelly had six points (3g, 3a) and Frederick Giovanelli made 18 saves for the Comets (4-3).   [ BOX SCORE

Carey 16, Glen Cove 3
Carey (6-1) attackman Michael Carollo (3g-2a) totaled five points in a Conference B victory over Glen Cove. Matteo Cameron made 12 saves in the loss for Glen Cove (3-6). [ BOX SCORE

East Meadow 15, Elmont 4
East Meadow improved to 5-4 with dominant win over Elmont (1-6).  Jack Caracciola led the Jets with five goals and an assist.  Bryan Tauber and Thomas Primrose each scored three goals for East Meadow. [ BOX SCORE

Uniondale 10, Stony Brook 4
Uniondale picked up its first win of the year in a 10-4 non-league win over Stony Brook.  Adrian Ayala (4g-1a) led the way offensively for the Knights (1-4) and Dennis Argueta made 14 saves in goal. [ BOX SCORE


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WEDNESDAY RESULTS- Wantagh Downs South Side

Let's take a look at the results from yesterday's games, starting with a full slate of action in the Power League:

Wantagh 15, South Side 11
In the game of the day, Wantagh (4-2) knocked South Side from the ranks of the unbeatens with a 15-11 home win. A huge fourth quarter that saw the Warriors outscore the Cyclones 4-0 proved to be the difference in the game. Dylan Martini scored four goals, Joe Nicholson had three goals and an assist, and Devin Paccione had four points via two goals and two assists for Wantagh. A great battle at the faceoff X featuring two of the best in Nassau saw Michael Melkonian win 16 of 28 against Will Greaves. Michael Aiello scored five goals and teammate Owen West added three more scores for the Cyclones.   [ BOX SCORE

Garden City 12, Massapequa 3
Andrew Ottomanelli scored five goals to lead Garden City over host Massapequa (3-4).  Dan Medjid had three goals and Luke Cascadden scored twice and won 12 of 15 faceoffs for the Trojans (5-2). [ BOX SCORE

Manhasset 11, Syosset 5
Manhasset improved to 6-2 with a 11-5 road win against Syosset. Patrick Arnold (5g-0a) and Daniel Kolin (2g-2a) led the way offensively for the Indians, and Brody Waxer scored three goals for the Braves.   [ BOX SCORE]

Cold Spring Harbor 5, Port Washington 3
James Grego made 17 saves to lead Cold Spring Harbor past Port Washington. Andrew Mazzei led the Seahawks with two goals. Port Washington fell to 1-5 with the road loss. [ BOX SCORE

In other games:

Farmingdale 16, Oceanside 6
Cuinn Sunde scored a career-high six goals to lead Farmingdale (5-2) over Oceanside.  Brendan O'Keefe had three goals and four assists and JJ Damo won 17 of 23 faceoffs for the Dalers. Brian Kraemer had three goals for Oceanside (5-2). [ BOX SCORE

Island Trees 11, Floral Park 2
John Echezuria had eight points (4g-4a) and Kian McCoy had three goals and an assist to lead Island Trees past Floral Park in Conference C/D. Steve Baranoski had a goal and an assist for the Knights (6-1), who suffered thir first loss for the season.    [ BOX SCORE

Seaford 15, North Shore 14
The Vikings moved to 6-1 overall with a 15-14 Conference C/D win over North Shore. Dan Barone had four goals and two assists and Jake Anzelone added three goals and two assists for Seaford. Matthew D'Aversa scored six goals for North Shore (3-3) and Sawyer DeSeve had seven points via three goals and four assists.     [ BOX SCORE

Hewlett 4, Locust Valley 3
Daniel Lankri made 17 saves to lead Hewlett (5-2) past Locust Valley in Conference C/D. CJ Maiorano led the Bulldogs with two goals and an assist. Connor Terrell had a goal and an assist and 8th grade Grayson Iannotti made 14 saves for the Falcons (1-6). [ BOX SCORE]

Bethpage 15, Bellmore JFK 0
Bethpage (5-3) had their third shutout victory of the season with a 15-0 win over Bellmore JFK (2-6). Andrew Reinhardt had five goals and an assist, and Charlie Abramo and Luke Waxer each had two goals and two assists for the Golden Eagles. [ BOX SCORE

Lynbrook 14, Mineola 3
Lynbrook knocked Mineola from the undefeated list with a home victory in Conference C/D. The Owls (3-4) were led by Michael Hendrickson who had five goals and an assist and Caiden Lung who totaled 13 saves in goal.  Jack McCormack scored two goal for the Mustangs (7-1).   [ BOX SCORE

Oyster Bay 10, Lawrence 1
Chris Lingen had three assists and Joseph Gotti had three goals in a Conference C/D win over Lawrence (0-7). Jagger Romano added two goals and an assist for the Baymen (4-2).   [ BOX SCORE

Clarke 9, West Hempstead 5
Clarke (1-7) picked up their first win of the season by defeating Clarke in Conference C/D. Lucas Barsuaskas led the way with six points (3g-3a) for the Rams, and Gavin Lee had two goals and two assists for the Rams (1-6).


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