BOYS SCHOLASTIC LACROSSE IN NASSAU COUNTY NY
Sponsorship
Sponsorship
Sponsorship

County Dinner Reservations

There are no Games Scheduled for Today.
Feature Image

2024 Nassau County Champions



Class A: Farmingdale High School

 

Class B: South Side High School

 

Class C: Wantagh High School

 

Class D: Cold Spring Harbor High School

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Congratulations Adelphi!

Congratulations to Adelphi University and Head Coach Gordon Purdie for winning the Division II National Championship yesterday, rallying to defeat Lenoir-Rhyne, 12-10. The Panthers featured numerous Nassau County high school alumni, including goaltender Dylan Renner of Mineola. The senior added to his trophy case this week when he was named the reciepient of the Lt. Raymond J. Enners Award by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association as the Player of the Year in Division II and also was named the Ensign C. Markland Kelly winner as the Outstanding Goaltender in Division II. 

                                                                                    Photo by @usalacrossemag

Other Adelphi players with Nassau roots earning All-American honors by the USILA included Logan Tucker from Massapequa (2nd Team, Attack), Kyle Lewis from Carey (2nd Team, Midfield), Brian Harinski from Massapequa (Honorable Mention, Midfield), Kyle Steinbach from Garden City (Honorable Mention, Midfield), Ryan Butler from Seaford (2nd Team, Defense) and Michael D'Alessandro  of Massapequa (3rd Team, Defense). In all, nearly thirty players on the Panthers roster hail from Nassau County public high schools. 

FULL STORY

Month"
Month"

May 28, 1947: Randy Hammel of Garden City scored eight times in a 14-3 win over New York Military Academy. The eight tallies tied a Metropolitan-Long Island League record.

Month"

 

Feature Image

South Side and Wantagh Each Win 2nd Championship in School History

Yesterday at Hofstra, South Side and Wantagh each won their second Nassau championship in school history. In Class B, South Side outlasted Manhasset 12-10, and Wantagh defeated Island Trees 13-4 to win the Class C crown. For each school it was their second Nassau championship in school history. The Cyclones won their other championship in 2004 and Wantagh won in 2001. For both schools, their other title was in Class B and yesterday marked the first time a school other than Garden City or Manhasset had won Class B since 2014 (Lynbrook). 
In the first game yesterday, the Cyclones (17-1) withstood a strong effort from Manhasset to win Class B. After scoring the game's first two goals, South Side found themselves trailing 5-2 midway through the second quarter. But a goal by Griffin Mills at the end of the first half off another Michael Melkonian faceoff win (he finished 22 of 23 at the dot in the game) gave the Cyclones a 7-5 advantage. The game would go back and forth throughout the second half but South Side took control in the fourth to end their championship drought. Michael Aiello, Cullen Lynch, and Owen West each scored three times for South Side. Conor Sheerin had a game-high four goals and Daniel Kolin had a goal and three assists for Manhasset (12-7). South Side advances to the Class B Long Island Championship on Wednesday, May 29th at Hofstra against Suffolk champion East Islip (17-1). Game time is 6:30 pm. 
In the nightcap, Wantagh defeated first-time finalist Island Trees, 13-4. Dylan Martini scored six goals and Jake Martini added two goals and three assists for the Warriors (16-3). Wantagh led 2-1 after a tight first quarter but would outscore the Bulldogs 11-3 the rest of the way to earn the Class C crown. Will Greaves won 14 of 20 faceoffs and Devin Paccione had three assists, giving the sophomore a Nassau-best 64 for the season for the Warriors. Kian McCoy scored three goals for Island Trees, who completed their best season in school history with a record of 12-7. Wantagh will face Suffolk champion Bayport-Blue Point (17-1) for the Long Island Class C title on Wednesday, May 29th at 6:30 pm at Longwood High School. 
Full Class B boxscore:   [ BOX SCORE
Full Class C boxscore:   [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Dennis Bonn: 350 Wins and Counting!


Congratulations to Cold Spring Harbor coach Dennis Bonn for winning his 350th game last night in the Seahawks Nassau Class D championship victory over Friends Academy. He now has the ninth most wins in Nassau lacrosse history, have recently passed former Port Washington coach Ken Case (348 wins) and Harry Morhman of Freeport (429) is the only active coach with more victories than Bonn.
Coach Bonn became the head coach at Cold Spring Harbor in 2000, replacing Jim Frank, who has 274 wins of his own at the Harbor. His career record stands at 350-88, with a winning percentage of 80%. A model of consistency, his teams have won an average of 15 games a season, with less than four losses a year. His teams have won 15 Nassau championships, 6 Long Island championships, and 6 New York State titles. He has won several major awards, including Nassau Coach of the Year four times (2002, 2006, 2017, and 2022) and was the NILCA National HS Coach of the Year in 2017.

To see the complete list of Nassau County coaching victories, click the link below!

Coaching Victories

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Cold Spring Harbor and Farmingdale Repeat As Nassau Champions

Cold Spring Harbor 15, Friends Academy 8
Top seeded Cold Spring Harbor won their third straight Nassau Class D championship by downing #3 Friends Academy, 15-8. Kevin Burns and Alex Bauer each had three goals and an assist and Andrew Mazzei had two goals and two assists for the Seahawks (10-6). Freshman Roy Testa added three goals for the winners, and Clark Beard had three goals for Friends Academy (11-7). Cold Spring Harbor has now 15 overall Nassau championships, including victories in the overall (prior to 1986), Class C, and Class D.  [ BOX SCORE

Farmingdale 7, Massapequa 5
Cuinn Sunde and Brendan O'Keefe each scored two goals to lead Farmingdale to their second consecutive Nassau Class A championship and 15th overall in school history. O'Keefe had an assist and James Caputo made nine saves in goal for the Dalers (14-5). JJ Damo of Farmingdale won 8 of 15 faceoffs and had eight ground balls in the win. Tyler Byrnes scored two goals for the Chiefs, who finished the season with a record of 10-9.   [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

South Side Rolls On, Island Trees & Wantagh Move On In Class C


Cullen Lynch scored four goals for South Side in yesterday's Class B semifinal win. (photo courtesy @Sideline_eebs)

South Side 12, Carey 3
Michael Melkonian won 15 of 17 face-offs and Michael Aiello scored six goals to lead top seeded South Side over #5 Carey in the Nassau Class B semifinals yesterday. Cullen Lynch added four goals and an assist for the Cyclones (16-1).  South Side plays #3 seed Manhasset for the Nassau County Class B Championship on Friday at 5:00 pm at Hofstra University. Rich Metzger made 14 saves for the Seahawks who finished the season at 12-6. [ BOX SCORE

Wantagh 16, Bethpage 5
Top seed Wantagh broke open as close game by outscoring #4 seed Bethpage 11-2 in the second half to advance to the Nassau Class C Championship. Devin Paccione had four goals and four assists and Will Greaves won 17 of 25 faceoffs for the Warriors (15-3). Wantagh will play #3 seed Island Trees at 7:30 pm Friday at Hofstra for the C title.  Bethpage finished at 12-6.  [ BOX SCORE

Island Trees 14, Seaford 6
Island Trees pulled off the upset by defeating #2 seed Seaford in the Nassau Class C semifinals last night at Hofstra. The third seeded Bulldogs had lost to Seaford 12-6 on April 5th, but flipped the tables behind John Echezuria (5g, 1a) and Kian McCoy (3g, 3a). For Island Trees, this will be their first Nassau championship game appearance in school history. Seaford finished at 13-5. [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Manhasset Takes Down Garden City In B Semifinals

Manhasset 6, Garden City 5
Daniel Kolin scored three goals to lead #3 seeded Manhasset past #2 Garden City in the Nassau Class B semifinals yesterday at Hofstra. Garden City (15-3) raced out to a 3-0 first quarter lead behind individual goals from Charlie Koester, Andrew Ottomanelli and Dan Medjid. But the Indians (12-6) rallied and tied the game at 3 by the end of the quarter, and a goal by Michael Mondiello gave Manhasset a 4-3 halftime advantage. Kolin scored the only Manhasset goals of the second half, and his unassisted tally with 4:15 left proved to be the game-winner. Medjid scored his second goal on a pass from Koester with 0:48 left in the game to cut the Manhasset lead to one. The Trojans won the ensuing faceoff, but a last second bounce shot by Ottomanelli was saved by Matt Im (9 saves) to close out the victory for Manhasset. Earlier in the season, Garden City had defeated Manhasset, 7-2, in the team's annual contest called the Woodstick Classic.  [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Farmingdale Rolls and Massapequa Stuns Syosset in Class A Semifinals

Farmingdale 12, Port Washington 5
Top seeded Farmingdale broke open a close game by scoring five consecutive second half goals in their 12-5 semifinal victory over #4 Port Washington. Caden Lennon scored five goals and added an assist and Brendan O'Keefe had a goal and three assists for the Dalers (13-5). Jimmy Caputo totaled 16 saves for Farmingdale. Steve Braunshweiger scored two goals for Port Washington (4-12). Farmingdale will be appearing in their third Nassau A championship game in the last four years on Thursday at 7:30 pm at Hofstra against Massapequa.   [ BOX SCORE

Massapequa 11, Syosset 10
Down 10-4 in the third quarter, #2 Massapequa rallied to defeat #3 Syosset, 11-10, in a Nassau Class A semifinal. With less than 30 seconds remaining and the score tied at 10, defenseman Ryan Wieczorek intercepted a pass, ran the length of the field and fed Jack Garguilo for the winning goal for the Chiefs (10-8). Wieczorek had two goals to go along with his game-winning assist, Gargulio totaled two goals, and Joey Diesso had two goals and an assist for Massapequa. David Disque led the Braves (9-9) with five goals and an assist. He finished the season with 61 goals and 32 assists.   [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Friends Academy Advances in Class D

Friends Academy 14, Oyster Bay 5
Cambell Florence and Cooper Schultz each scored four goals to lead #3 Friends Academy past #2 Oyster Bay in the Nassau Class D Semifinals played at Hofstra University. Florence added two assists and Schultz had one to go with their goals for the Quakers (11-6), and teammate Clark Beard added three goals and two assists. Chris Lingen had two goals and an assist for the Baymen (9-8). Friends will play #1 seed and defending champion Cold Spring Harbor in the Class D championship on Thursday at 5:00 pm.  [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

2024 Nassau County Playoffs Are Here!

THE 2024 NASSAU COUNTY LACROSSE PLAYOFFS ARE UNDER WAY! 

BLAXEIGHT.NET IS THE HOME TO EVERYTHING PLAYOFFS IN NASSAU COUNTY.

TO SEE THE CURRENT BRACKETS, CLICK HERE:

2024 NASSAU BRACKETS 

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Nassau Class B Quarterfinal Results

#1 South Side 17, #8 Long Beach 3
Michael Melkonian went 17 of 17 at the faceoff X, Michael Aiello had three goals and four assists, and Cullen Lynch added five goals and an assist for South Side (15-1). For Melkonian, the 17 faceoff wins pushed his career faceoff win total past the 500 mark. The Cyclones will play #5 Carey in the semifinals at Hofstra on Tuesday, May 21st. Game time is 4:00 pm. Long Beach finished at 11-7.  [ BOX SCORE

#2 Garden City 17, #7 Mepham 2
The Trojans had eleven different goal scorers in the quarterfinal win over Mepham. Eighth-grader Ben Smith scored four goals and Carson Kraus had two goals and three assists for Garden City (15-2). Garden City, who won their 12th straight game, will meet Manhasset in the semifinals on Tuesday, May 21st at 2:00 pm at Hofstra. Mepham finished the season at 11-6.   [ BOX SCORE

#3 Manhasset 9, #6 Roslyn 7
With the score tied at 7 at the end of the third quarter, Manhasset (11-6) scored the final two goals of the game to defeat Roslyn, 9-7. With the win, Manhasset advances to the semifinals and will play Garden City, in a rematch of the Woodstick Classic that was won by the Trojans earlier this season. Roslyn (11-6) was led by freshman Gavin Ryback who scored three goals.  [ BOX SCORE

#5 Carey 7, #4 Calhoun 6 OT
Carey upset Calhoun in overtime, avenging an earlier season loss to the Colts. Chris Obertis (2g-1a) and Jayden Radow (2g) were the high scorers for Carey (12-5) and Rich Metzger made 12 saves to earn the win in goal. Calhoun (15-2) was led by Harley Finkelstein who scored three goals and added an assist. The Seahwaks will play top seeded South Side in the Class B semifinals on Tuesday, May 21st.   [ BOX SCORE

 

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Class C Quarterfinal Results

#1 Wantagh 12, #8 Plainedge 2
Sophomore Devin Paccione had two goals and four assists and Will Greaves won 14 of 18 faceoffs to lead top-seeded Wantagh past Plainedge, 12-2. Kyle Conklin made 14 saves for the Warriors (14-3). The Red Devils finished with a record of 10-8.  [ BOX SCORE

#2 Seaford 11, #7 Lynbrook 10 OT
Trailing 9-5 entering the fourth quarter, Seaford rallied to outscore Lynbrook 5-1 in the final period and won the game in overtime to advance. Daniel Barone had two goals and three assists and Time Navin scored four goals for the Vikings (13-4). Caiden Lung made 15 saves, Luke Dantona scored four goals, and Michael Hendrickson won 16 of 23 faceoffs for the Owls (10-8).   [ BOX SCORE

#3 Island Trees 15, North Shore 10
Kian McCoy had eight goals and an assist to lead Island Trees over North Shore. John Echezuria added four goals and an assist for the Bulldogs who improved to 11-6. North Shore finished with a record of 10-6. [ BOX SCORE

#5 Bethpage 7, #4 Floral Park 2
Jake Kelly made 12 saves to lead Bethpage (12-5) to the upset over Floral Park in the Nassau Class C quarterfinals. The Golden Eages shut over the Knights for three quarters and Andrew Reinhardt scored four goals and added two assists for the winners. Floral Park finished at 13-4.  [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Class A Quarterfinal Results

#1 Farmingdale 10, #8 Plainview JFK 5
Top seeded Farmingdale raced out to an 8-1 first quarter lead and cruised past Plainview JFK, 10-5. Brendan O'Keefe had three goals and an assist and Sal Posillico had three assists for the Dalers (12-5). Jake Ilardo had 22 saves for the Hawks who finished the year with a record of 10-7.  [ BOX SCORE

#2 Massapequa 21, #7 Hicksville 2
Braden Tucker scored five times and Aidan Stanton won 15 of 18 faceoffs for Massapequa in the Chiefs victory of Hicksville. Twelve different players scored goals for Massapequa. Hicksville finished the year at 10-7.  [ BOX SCORE

#3 Syosset 19, #6 Herricks 5
David Disque totaled ten points (6g, 4a) to power Syosset past Herricks, 19-5. Brody Waxer had five goals and an assist for the Braves (9-8). Tommy Gaudiuo had two goals and an assist for Herricks (12-5).  [ BOX SCORE

#4 Port Washington 12, #5 Oceanside 5
Will Ahmuty had four goals and an assist to lead Port Washington past Oceanside, 12-5.  Tommy McCarvill added two goals and two assists and Griffin Marvin won 12 of 18 faceoffs for the Vikings (4-11). Oceanside finished the year with a record of 11-6.  [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Mepham Defeats New Hyde Park in Class B

Nassau Class B Outbracket Game

Mepham 15, New Hyde Park 9
Mepham scored five unanswered goals in the first quarter and never looked back in their Nassau Class B outbracket game victory over New Hyde Park. The Pirates, the #7 seed in the B classification, were led by James Henningsen with five goals and an assist and Liam Williams with two goals and three assists. Mepham (11-5) advandes to face #2 seed Garden City on Friday at Garden City High School at 4:30 pm. #10 seed New Hyde Park finishes the season with a record of 6-10.   [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Plainedge Tops Mineola in Class C

Nassau Class C Outbracket Game

Owen Donnellan had four goals and two assists and Jack O'Connor scored five times to lead #8 seed Plainedge past #9 Mineola in the Nassau Class C outbracket round.  Plainedge broke open a close game at halftime by outscoring Mineola 5-0 in the third quarter and 7-1 in the fourth. The Red Devils (10-7) advance to meet top seeded Wantagh in the quarterfinals on Friday. The game will be at Wantagh HS and we will have the exact time of the contest as soon as it has been determined. Mineola finished the season at 10-7.   [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Long Beach Advances in Class B

Nassau Class B Outbracket Game

#8 seed Long Beach (11-6) advanced past #9 MacArthur in the Nassau Class B outbracket round. Maverick Chernoff and Luke Hartman each scored three goals and added an assist for the Bulldogs. Long Beach will play #1 seed South Side on Friday. The exact time and location will be posted on blaxeight.com as soon as we have the information. MacArthur finishes the season at 9-8.     [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Lynbrook Earns Shutout Win in Class C Oubracket Game

Caiden Lung made 15 saves to lead #7 seeded Lynbrook to a 5-0 victory over #10 Wheatley/Carle Place in the Nassau Class C playoffs. With the win, the Owls (10-7) advance to the quarterfinal round where they will play at #2 Seaford on Thursday. Bennet Voltano led Lynbrook with three goals and teammate Derek Sandorfi added a goal and an assist. Wheatley/Carle Place finished the year with a record of 9-9.  [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Wheatley/Carle Place Advances in the First Playoff Game of 2024

Nassau County Class C Play-In Game

Wheatley/Carle Place 7, Hewlett 6, 2OT
Blake Lyons scored in the second overtime on a pass from Nic Pascarella to lead Wheatley/Carle Place over Hewlett in a Nassau Class C play-in game. With the victory, the Wildfrogs advance as the #10 seed to play at Lynbrook, the #7 seed, today in a first round game at the Marion Street School in Lynbrook.
Wheatley/Carle Place scored the last three goals of the game, after trailing by two in the fourth quarter. Matt Babino scored to tie the game at six with 3:25 left in regulation. Lyons led the Wildfrogs (9-8) with two goals and four assists and James Demakopoulos made eight saves in goal. Daniel Lankri made 16 saves for the Bulldogs, who finished the season at 8-8.  [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Nassau County Playoffs Start Today!

South Side, the top seed in Class B, is looking to win their first title since 2004. 

The 2024 Nassau County Boys Lacrosse playoffs start today with Hewlett visiting Wheatley/Carle Place in a play-in game for the #10 seed in the Class C bracket. 

The Class B and C qualifying games are tomorrow with seeds number 7-10 in each classification matching up to earn the right to play in the quarterfinal round. The C quarterfinals are on Thursday, May 16th and the B's play on Friday, May 17th. 

The Class A tournament starts this Thursday with the quarterfinal round. Class D, the smallest of the Nassau tourneys, begins on May 20th at Hofstra with #2 Oyster Bay and #3 Friends Academy matching up in a semifinal game. The winner plays Cold Spring Harbor in the championship on May 23rd. 

Farmingdale (Class A), Garden City (Class B), and Cold Spring Harbor (D) are defending champions in their respective classifications. The move of Manhasset to Class B this season means that a new champion will be crowned in Class C this year. 

To see the complete 2024 Nassau playoff brackets, click here: 2024 Nassau Brackets

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Last Games Of The 2024 Regular Season!

In the very two last games of the regular season in Nassau County before the playoffs begin, Friends Academy defeated Plainview JFK 11-10 and Chaminade downed Manhasset, 12-4. 
Friends improved to 10-6 with the non-league victory, and the Quakers will play Oyster Bay in the Class D semifinals on May 23rd. Plainview was led by Nick Altmann and Alex Kantrowitz who each had three goals and an assist, and Christopher Tripoli had two goals and two assists. The Hawks are now 10-6 and will play at Farmingdale in the quarterfinal round of the Class A playoffs on Thursday. 
In the annual Regs Rock Day of Heroes game, the Flyers (11-4) finished their season with a win over the host Indians (10-6). Chaminade scored the first four goals of the game and never trailed in the annual game played in honor of Jimmy Regan, a Manhasset resident, Chaminade alum, and Duke graduate who was killed while serving as a US Army Ranger in Afghanistan on February 9, 2007. 

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Nassau County Playoff Seeding

The Nassau County playoff seeding was determined on Friday night.  The seeding is as follows:

Seed Class A Class B Class C Class D
1. Farmingdale South Side Wantagh Cold Spring Harbor
2. Massapequa Garden City Seaford Oyster Bay
3. Syosset Manhasset Island Trees Friends Academy
4. Port Washington Calhoun Bethpage  
5. Oceanside Carey Floral Park  
6. Herricks Roslyn North Shore  
7. Hicksville Mepham Lynbrook  
8. Plainview JFK Long Beach Plainedge  
9.   MacArthur Mineola  
10.   New Hyde Park Wheatley/Carle Place*  
      Hewlett*  

* Wheatley/Carle Place and Hewlett tied for 10th place in Class C. The two teams will play a play-in game on Monday, May 13th at Wheatley/Carle Place. The exact location and time of the game will be posted as soon as it becomes available. 

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Port Washington and Syosset Pick Up Late-Season Victories

Port Washington and Syosset picked up non-league victories on the last Friday of the Nassau County regular season. The Vikings defeated visiting Long Beach 15-5, and the Braves downed CHSAA opponent St. John the Baptist, 12-3. Steve (5) and Joe Braunshwiger combined for eight goals for Port Washington (3-11) and Brendan Lang added two goals and two assists for the winners, who oustscored the Marines 9-1 in the middle two quarters. Rory Ahern scored twice for Long Beach (10-6). At Syosset, the host Braves improved to 8-8 at the expense of the Cougars, who finished their regular season with a record of 14-4. 

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Farmingdale Downs CSH in the Final Power League Game of the Season

The Power League portion of the Nassau County boys lacrosse schedule came to an end yesterday with Farmingdale downing Cold Spring Harbor by the score of 10-6. Sophomore JJ Damo won 15 of 16 faceoffs and Sal Posillico scored three goals and had an assist for the Dalers (11-5). It was the fifth straight win for Farmingdale, who will be the top seed in the Class A playoffs. Cold Spring Harbor is 9-6 and will be the #1 playoff seed in Class D.  [ BOX SCORE

In the only other game played yesterday, Valley Stream finished its season by defeating Uniondale in Conference A, 7-6.
Shaun Torchenaud scored a goal and had three assists and Luke Tartamella had two goals and an assist for Valley Stream (5-11). The Knights (1-14) were led by Adrian Ayala who finished with three goals and an assist.  [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Wednesday, May 8th Game Results

Today marked the last full day of the regular season in Nassau County. Only five games remain over the next three days before the officlal end of the season and the start of the playoffs. Some of the key results were:

South Side 15, Long Beach 6
South Side finished the season with a 14-1 record after a road win over Long Beach. Michael Melkonian was double trouble for the Marines, as he scored three goals and won 21 of 24 faceoffs for South Side. Timmy Monzon scored twice for Long Beach (10-5). The win assured South Side of the top seed in upcoming Class B playoffs.   [ BOX SCORE

Wantagh 15, Syosset 10
Sophomore Devin Paccione had three goals and four assists and Will Greaves won 20 of 27 faceoffs to lead Wantagh (13-3) past Syosset in Power League play. Wantagh will be the top seed in the Class C playofs that begin next week. Brody Waxer finished with four goals and two assists for Syosset (7-8).  [ BOX SCORE

Manhasset 7, Massapequa 6
Manhasset sneaked past host Massapequa, 7-6. The Indians are now 10-5, with one game remaining, the annual Regs Rock game against Chaminade. Tyler Byrnes scored twice for the Chiefs (8-8) and Michael Jannotte made nine saves in goal.  [ BOX SCORE

Island Trees 12, North Shore 9
Leading the scoring for Island Trees (10-6) were senior attackman John Echezuria with seven goals and one assist in an important Conference C/D win over North Shore. The Vikings (10-5) were led by Matthew D'Aversa who had three goals and an assist and Alex Choi who won 19 of 22 faceoffs.  [ BOX SCORE

Oyster Bay 7, Friends Academy 4
The Baymen defeated Friends for the first time since 2017 with a 7-4 road victory. Jake Macri led Oyster Bay (9-7) with two goals and an assist, and George Henry won 12 of 14 faceoffs. Senior defender Florence Campbell led the Quakers (9-6) with two goals.   [ BOX SCORE

In other games with full reported box scores:

Garden City 11, Port Washington 6
The Trojans won their eleventh straight game thanks to four goals each from Carson Kraus and Andrew Ottomanelli. Garden City is 14-2 and will be the #2 seed in the Class B playoffs. Ottomanelli leads Garden City with 47 goals. Max Eynon made 15 saves for the Vikings (2-11), who received two goals and an assist from Brendan Lang.  [ BOX SCORE

Seaford 15, Floral Park 6
Peter Barone had three goals and three assists to lead the Vikings past Floral Park. With a record of 13 wins against 3 defeats, the Vikings were undefeated against Conference C/D opponents, losing only to Power League squads and Kellenberg in non-league. Tim Navin added three goals and an assist for the winners. Steven Baranoski led Floral Park (13-3) with four goals.  [ BOX SCORE

Mineola 9, Locust Valley 4
Jack McCormack scored seven goals, Thomas Kowalzyck made 17 saves, and Rusty Carr won 12 of 16 faceoffs to lead Mineola (10-6) past Locust Valley in Conference C/D. Grayson Iannotti led Locust Valley (1-15) with 15 saves.  [ BOX SCORE

Malverne/East Rockaway 15, Clarke 10
Matthew Delligatti totaled eight points (4g-4a), and Cameron Lewis had seven (4g-3a) to lead Malverne/East Rockaway (5-11) over Clarke in Conference C/D. Lucas Barsuaskas and Joey Kern each had three goals and an assist for Clarke (2-14).   [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Results for Tuesday 5/7

Today marked the end of the regular season in Conference A and B.

OCEANSIDE 17 - UNIONDALE 0: Oceanside scored early and often, jumping out to a 9-0 first quarter lead. Twelve Sailors scored with Ethan Silber leading the way with 4 goals. Goalie Declan Costello had 3 saves in the shutout. Oceanside finishes 11-1 in league play.  [ BOX SCORE

HICKSVILLE 16 - EAST MEADOW 7: Hicksville defeated East Meadow in Conf A 16-7 . The Comets were led by Mike Gilbert with 5 goals & 1 assist, JT Kelly had 2 goals & 5 assists. The 5 assists pushes JT to 102 for his career. Brendan Dalton added 2 goals & 3 assists and Aidan Masterson had 2 goals. The Comets' goalie Freddy Giovanelli made 7 saves. Hicksville finishes at 8-4. East Meadow was led by Marcello Romano with 1 goal and 5 assists. Vincent Ronzo and Thomas Primrose each scored 2 for the 6-6 Jets.  [ BOX SCORE]

BALDWIN 15 - HEMPSTEAD 3: Baldwin took an early lead and kept control, throughout. Scoring for the Bruins were Brady Mahler with 5g 1a, Logan Kirchner 3g 3a, Jake Davidson 2g 3a, Preston Kirchner 4g 1a and Chad Henry 1g.  Othello Cook made 7 saves, giving the 7-5 Bruins their 24th win in a row over Hempstead. Hempstead's senior goalie Aidran Beltre recorded 15 saves pushing him over 600 for his career. The Tigers finish 1-11 in Class A.   [ BOX SCORE

PLAINVIEW 17 - VALLEY STREAM 0: Plainview JFK extended their winning streak to 5 with a shutout over Valley Stream. Thirteen different players scored goals for Plainview JFK led by Alex Kantrowitz (3g-1a), Josef Saueracker (3g-0a) and Ethan Schwartzberg with 4 assists. The Hawks finish 9-3 in conference play, while Valley Stream will finish later in the week.  [ BOX SCORE

In Class B:

CAREY 15 - GREAT NECK SOUTH 4: Carey had 8 different goal scorers in a 15-4 win over Great Neck South. Christian Todaro had 3 goals and 2 assists and Chris Obertis had 5 goals and an assist for Carey. Goalie Rich Metzger made 8 saves for the 11-1 Seahawks. Edwin Serpas (3g-1a) for Great Neck South who finishes 3-9.  [ BOX SCORE

CALHOUN 14 - MacARTHUR 2: Eight different players scored goals for Calhoun with Nick Voll leading the way with 2 goals and 3 assists. Mark Restivo had 11 saves with 1 goal against for the Colts who finish the regular season at a perfect 12-0. Ryan Fitzgerald and James McGee scored for the Generals who finish 7-5 in conference play. [ BOX SCORE

ROSLYN 10 - MEPHAM 9: In a game with major playoff implications, Roslyn held on for a 10-9 victory over Mepham. Spencer Cymbler had 4 goals for the Bulldogs and Gavin Ryback and Josh Berger each added 3 goals and 1 assist. Faceoff Specialist Ethan Goldberg was 21-2 on the day, pushing him over the 200 faceoff win mark. Mepham's James Henningsen and Alessandro Walaitis each had 2 goals and 1 assist and Devin Greene also scored 2. Roslyn finishes at 10-2 and Mepham at 9-3.   [ BOX SCORE]

JERICHO 16 - ELMONT 5: Leading the scoring for Jericho were Josh Rubin (4g-4a), Jack Person (3g-1a), and Tyler Chawla (3g-0a). Brandon Klein had 13 saves for the 6-6 Jayhawks. Elmont finishes 0-12.  [ BOX SCORE

GREAT NECK NORTH 13 - GLEN COVE 6: Tomer Zur led the Blazer offense with 5 goals and 1 assist.  Aidan Lam had 4 goals and Daniel Perlman  added 3 goals and 1 assist. Goalie Brian Scheidt had 26 saves for GNN who finish 3-9 in league play. Glen Cove Nick Ladeairous had 5 goals and 1 assist and Mark La Rocca added a goal. Ladeairous finishes the season with 57 goals, breaking the school record for goals in a season. The Big Red finish 2-10 in league play.  [ BOX SCORE

Stay tuned for the end of the regular season in the Power League and Conference C/D and the announcemnet of the playoff seeds!

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Monday, May 6th- Last Week Of The Regular Season Begins

As we enter the last week of the regular season, Monday had a light schedule of games. Let's start on Conference B:

Long Beach 14, New Hyde Park 9
Long Beach (10-4) was led by Maverick Chernoff (2g-4a), Charlie Conway (2g-4a), Luke Hartman (4g-1a), and Cian Donaghy (4g-0a) in a win over host New Hyde Park (6-9). Cody McLean had three goals and Logan Hargrove added three goals for the Gladiators (6-9). [ BOX SCORE

In non-league contests:

Farmingdale 8, Island Trees 5
Brendan O'Keefe had five assists and Caden Lennon scored three goals to lead Farmingdale (10-5) over visisting Island Trees. For the Dalers Sal Posillico added two goals and an assist and Jimmy Caputo made 12 saves in goal. Dominick Rich led the Bulldogs (9-6) with two goals and two assists. Junior Anthony Saragossi made nine saves in goal for Island Trees, which raises his career total past the 400 mark. With the victory, Farmingdale now has won at least ten games in a season in 23 of the last 25 years. [ BOX SCORE

Syosset 10, Bethpage 6
David Disque scored five goals and had an assist to lead Syosset (7-7) over visiting Bethpage. Owen Azevedo won 9 of 11 faceoffs for the Braves. Leading the scoring for Bethpage (10-5) was Chase Solliday with two goals and an assist and Jake Kelly made 12 saves in the win.   [ BOX SCORE

Sewanhaka 11, Holy Trinity 6
Jeff Connor made 11 saves in the win. Defensemen Nate Bal scored his first career goal and Sam Castillo had three goals for the Indians (6-9). [ BOX SCORE

North Shore 14, Wheatley/Carle Place 5
Matthew D'Aversa totalked ten points (5g-5a) to lead host North Shore over Wheatley/Carle Place. Sawyer DeSeve added seven points (3g-4a) and Alex Choi won 17 of 23 faceoffs. Griffin Pinter totaled 20 saves for the Vikings. Wheatley/Carle Place (8-7) received two goals from Nicholas Pascarella in the loss. [ BOX SCORE

Hicksville 14, Oyster Bay 10
Aiden Cromwell (4g-2a) and Brendan Dalton (2g-4a) were the high scorers for Hicksville (9-6) in a non-league win over Oyster Bay (8-7). Frederick Giovanelli made 17 saves for the Comets. Joseph Gotti led the Baymen with four tallies and Jake Macri scored two goals, including the 100th of his career, while adding an assist.  [ BOX SCORE

Glen Cove 10, Malverne/East Rockaway 6
Ben Conger-Kielbasa led Glen Cove with four goals and one assist. Matteo Cameron made 15 saves saves for the Big Red, which pushed his career total over the 600 mark (610 total). Leading the scoring for Malverne/East Rockaway (4-11) was Matthew Delligatti (2g-2a) and Cameron Lewis (2g-1a).  [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Yesterday

There were a few notable games and performances yesterday as we rolled into May.

In the Power League:
South Side 7, Manhasset 5
South Side defeated Manhasset (9-5) for the first time since 2014, 7-5. The Cyclones (12-1) were leading 5-3 entering the fourth quarter and Cullen Lynch and Cole DiPietro scored to extend the South Side lead and ensure the victory. Michael Melkonian won 14 of 16 faceoffs and Michael Aiello scored four goals for the winners. With the victory, the Cyclones clinched the top seed in the upcoming Class B playoffs. [ BOX SCORE
Garden City 16, Syosset 7
Charlie Koester and Carson Kraus each had four goals and two assists to lead Garden City to their ninth straight victory. Luke Cascadden won 13 of 18 faceoffs and Denis Fargione made 11 saves for the Trojans (12-2). David Disque scored four goals for Syosset (6-7).  [ BOX SCORE
Farmingdale 7, Port Washington 4
Cuinn Sunde and Kevin Renneisen each scored two goals and Brendan O'Keefe had two assists to help Farmingdale defeat Port Washington. Joe and Steve Braunshweiger each scored a goal for the Vikings (2-9). With the victory, the Dalers (9-5) earned the top seed in the Class A playoffs.  [ BOX SCORE
Cold Spring Harbor 5, Massapequa 4
The Seahawks are becoming the kings of the close game, earning their fifth one-goal victory of the season by defeating visiting Massapequa, 5-4. Alex Bauer scored the game-winner with 18 seconds left in the game and added an assist for Cold Spring Harbor (9-4), while freshman Rocco Spallina led the Chiefs with two goals and an assist. Michael Jannotte made 15 saves for Massapequa (8-6).  [ BOX SCORE

In Conference B games:
Calhoun 8, Long Beach 6
The Colts improved to 13-1 by defeating Long Beach on the road, 8-6. Braden Garvey had a career high four goals in the win for Calhoun, and Mark Restivo made 15 saves to earn the victory in net. Freshman attackman Cian Donaghy led the Marines (8-4) with two goals and one assist.  [ BOX SCORE
Carey 14, Division Avenue 4
Chris Obertis had five goals and one assist and Ethan Pelzer had two goals and two assists for Carey in a 14-4 win over Division Avenue. Christian Todaro added four assists for the Seahawks (9-5). Cristian Barone made 12 saves for Division Avenue (6-7).
[ BOX SCORE
Mepham 13, Sewanhaka 0
Liam Williams assisted on 9 of the 13 goals for Mepham (9-4) in a shutout win over Sewanhaka. He added a goal, and the assist total pushed his career total the century mark, giving him 103 assists. Sewanhaka is 5-8.  [ BOX SCORE
New Hyde Park 16, Glen Cove 4
Cody McClean had six first quarter goals to lead lead the Gladiators past Glen Cove, 16-4. He finished the game with seven goals in all, and Nicholas Garofalo added three goals and two assists for NHP (6-7). Ben Conger-Kielbasa had three assists and Nick Ladeairous scored three goals for the Big Red (4-9). [ BOX SCORE
MacArthur 15, Great Neck South 2
Gavin Thompson had two goals and four assists for MacArthur in a home victory over the Rebels of Great Neck South (4-8). The Generals (9-5) trio of Jake Henschel, Dean Quitoni, and Bradley Schwartz combined to go 18 for 23 at the faceoff X.  [ BOX SCORE
Jericho 18, Great Neck North 17
Josh Rubin had six goals and three assists to lead Jericho past Great Neck North in the highest-scoring game of the 2024 season. Hudson Gingold had four goals and two assists for the Jayhawks. Daniel Perlman tied a Nassau County record by scoring 13 goals for the Blazers (4-8).  [ BOX SCORE

In Conference C/D:
Wheatley/Carle Place 9, Locust Valley 5
Nicholas Pascarella had four goals and an assist and Blake Lyons had three goals and two assists to lead Wheatley/ Carle Place (8-6) over visiting Locust Valley, 9-5. James Demakpoulos made 10 saves in goal and JJ Gagliardo had seven groundballs and four caused turnovers for the Wildfrogs. Charlie Pisciotta scored twice for the Falcons (1-13).  [ BOX SCORE
North Shore 9, Plainedge 8
The Vikings defeated Plainedge on the road in overtime. Matthew D'Aversa (3g-2a) and  Sawyer DeSeve (4g-0a) led North Shore (9-4) offensively and Alex Choi won 14 of 20 faceoffs. Own Donnellan score four goals for Plainedge (7-7).  [ BOX SCORE

Finally, in a Power League-Conference C/D crossover:
Wantagh 20, Seaford 6
Devin Paccione had three goals and five assists to lead Wantagh past Seaford, 20-6. The Warriors (11-3) had seven multiple goal scorers, including Luke Martini with five goals and led 17-2 at halftime. Tim Navin scored four goals for Seaford (9-4). With the victory, Wantagh will be the top seed in the upcoming Class C playoffs.  [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Perlman Scores 13 Goals For North

Great Neck North junior attackman Daniel Perlman scored thirteen goals yesterday in a 18-17 loss to Jericho. The thirteen markers ties the Nassau County record, set by Robert Campbell, also of Great Neck North, in 2013.  The previous record of twelve goals was set in 1962 by Alan Lowe when he played for Hempstead High School. Perlman scored 91 goals last year, the second highest total in Nassau history,  and finished the season as the high scorer in Section VIII with 115 points.
[ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Results For April 30th

Herricks 18, Freeport 1
The Highlanders picked up a Conference A win at home against Freeport (1-12). Tommy Gaudio (4g-4a), Brayden Haase (4g-1a), Troy Madden (4g-1a), and Nate Kershaw (3g-2a) were the leading scorers for Herricks, who improved to 10-4 with the victory.  [ BOX SCORE

Oceanside 13, Baldwin 5
The Sailors had five players with two or more goals in a Conference A victory over neighboring Baldwin. Brady Nardone led the way with two goals and three assists.  Dylan Tveter (9-12) and Jacob Stern (7-7) combined to win 16 of 19 faceoffs for Oceanside (10-4). Logan Kirchner scored twice and added two assists for Baldwin (6-6).  [ BOX SCORE]

Hicksville 17, Hempstead 1
The Comets were led by Brendan Dalton and James Kelly who each had two goals and five assists in the Conference A win over Hempstead (1-12). Hicksville (7-6) had ten different goal scorers. [ BOX SCORE

Oyster Bay 12, Clarke 2
Oyster Bay (7-5) was led by Jake Macri (5g-2a), Joseph Gotti (2g-3a), and Jagger Romano (3g-1a) in the Conference C/D win over Clarke. George Henry won 16 of 18 draws for the Baymen. Elijah Richard made 11 saves for Clarke (2-12).    [ BOX SCORE]

Bethpage 14, Mineola 3
Andrew Reinhardt had five goals and four assists and Leo Cataldo won 16 of 17 face offs for Bethpage in a Conference C/D victory over Mineola. Anthony Guarasci added five points by way of four goals and an assist for the Golden Eagles (9-4). Jack McCormack scored twice for the Mustangs (9-5).  [ BOX SCORE

Lynbrook 11, Floral Park 8
Lynbrook defeated Floral Park, 11-8, in Conference C/D play. Steve Baranoski scored three goals for the Knights (12-2), giving him 101 for his career. Lynbrook is now 8-7.  [ BOX SCORE

Friends Academy 12, West Hempstead 0
Brett Cohen made 11 saves to earn the shutout victory for Friends Academy over host West Hempstead in Conference C/D. Clark Beard (2g-4a) and  Cooper Schultz (3g-2a) were the high scorers for the Quakers (8-4). Daniel Sanchez made 10 saves for the Rams (1-12). [ BOX SCORE

Island Trees 15, Bellmore JFK 2
John Echezuria had five goals and two assists to lead Island Trees in a Conference C/D game. KIan McCoy added four goals and an assist for Island Trees (8-4). Jack LaGalia made 14 saves for Bellmore JFK (4-9).  [ BOX SCORE

Malverne/East Rockaway 13, Lawrence 1
Matthew Delligati totaled six points (4g-2a) to lead Malverne/East Rockaway (4-9) over Lawrence in Conference C/D. Cameron Lewis added two goals and three assists for the winners. Lawrence is 0-12.  [ BOX SCORE

Plainview JFK 16, Uniondale 2
Nick Altmann and Alex Kantrowicz each scored three goals for Plainview JFK (8-5) in their Conference A triumph over visiting Uniondale. Christopher Tripoli helped the cause with two goals and three assists. Adrian Ayala scored both goals for the Knights (1-11).   [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Garden City Runs Win Streak to Eight on Monday

Garden City 8, Northport 4
The Trojans won their eighth straight game by defeating three-time Suffolk Class A champion Northport on the road, 8-4. Andrew Ottomanelli scored three goals and both Dan Mejdid and Carson Kraus scored twice to lead Garden City (11-2).  [ BOX SCORE

South Side 14, Roslyn 9
South Side improved their record to 11-1 with a 14-9 Conference B/Power League crossover win at Roslyn. Cornell commit Michael Melkonian won 20 of 25 faceoffs, Michael Aiello had four goals and five assists, and Cullen Lynch scored four times to lead the Cyclones. Josh Berger scored six goals for the Bulldogs (8-5).  [ BOX SCORE


Michael Melkonian won 20 of 25 faceoffs for South Side in a win over Roslyn
(Photo courtesy of @sideline_eebs)

MacArthur 13, Locust Valley 7
Ryan Fitzgerald scored six goals and added three assists to lead the Generals over host Locust Valley in non-league. Connor Larkin tallied two goals and assisted on two others for MacArthur (8-5). Will Nabet, Charlie Pisciotta, and Gavin Boyd each scored two goals for the Falcons (1-12).   [ BOX SCORE

Sewanhaka 12, West Hempstead 6
Kevin Papar totaled six points (3g, 3a) to lead Sewanhaka past West Hempstead in non-league. Steven Ortiz had two goals and two assists for the Indians (5-7), and Gavin Lee had four goals and two assists for the Rams (1-11).    [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Huge Weekend Wrap Up

Action Saturday from the exciting non-league game between Lynbrook and Oceanside
Photo courtesy of @sideline_eebs

Nearly twenty games, including several nail-biters against out-of-section opponents, took place on Friday and Saturday. Let's take a look at the results, starting with the aftorementioned non-league games:

Manhasset 6, Rumson-Fair Haven 5 OT
The Indians pulled out a overtime victory over of the top teams in the Garden State on Friday. The Bulldogs, undefeated in their first ten outings, were stopped by Manhasset (9-4) thanks to the heroics of sophomore midfiedler Tommy Leder, who scored the tying goal with 1.1 seconds on the clock left in regulation, and then tallied the overtime game winner. Patrick Arnold led the Indians with two goals and an assist and Matt Im made 11 saves. Manhaset had beaten RFH in New Jersey last year, 9-7.  [ BOX SCORE

Cold Spring Harbor 9, Rye 8, OT
Junior Alex Bauer was the hero for the Seahawks in the overtime win at Rye (6-3) of Section I (Westchester). Bauer, a Michigan commit, had two goals and two assists, including the game-winner in the extra period for Cold Spring Harbor (8-4). Andrew Mazzei had a game-high four goals and one assist for the Seahawks, who won two overtime games this week in Westchester. Rye is one of the top Class C schools in New York this season.  [ BOX SCORE

Somers 12, Carey 5
The Tuskers of Somers (Section I) traveled to Long Island for the second time this season and picked up a 12-5 victory at Carey (8-5) on Saturday. Somers (10-1) had lost less than two weeks ago at South Side, 14-9, but this trip was different as they scored four goals in three different quarters for the non-league win. Junior golaie Rich Metzger made 14 saves for the Seahawks, giving him an even 400 for his career. The boxscore can be found here:  [ BOX SCORE

Farmingdale 7, Haldane 4
In another Section VIII vs Section I matchup, host Farmingdale defeated Haldane, 7-4 on Saturday night. Jimmy Caputo made 16 saves for the Dalers, and Cuinn Sunde and Brendan O'Keefe tallied two goals each for Farmingdale (8-4). Haldane dropped to 3-7 with the loss.  [ BOX SCORE
                                                 Brendan O'Keefe, left, and Josh Kama scored for Farmingdale against Haldane Saturday

In overtime non-league games involving Nassau County teams on Saturday, Massapequa defeated Seaford, 10-9, and Lynbrook defeated Oceanside, also by the score of 10-9.  Jack Garguilo scored three goals including the game-winner on OT for the Chiefs (8-5). Michael Jannotte made 12 saves for Massapequa, who have won five of their last six games.  [ BOX SCORE] Oceanside was down 8-6 after three quarters but outscored the Owls 3-1 in the fourth to force the extra period. Brian Kraemer and Michael Madden easch scored three goals for the Sailors in the loss.  [ BOX SCORE

In a crossover between the Power League and Conference A, Syosset defeated Herricks, 17-10 on Friday. The Braves (6-6) were led by Giovanni Accardo who had eight assists and tallied one goal for nine points. David Disque (4g, 2a), and Brody Waxer (4g, 1a) were also top producers for Syosset, who led 14-2 at halftime. Tommy Gaudio had three goals and three assists for Herricks (9-4), giving him an even 100 for his career. To see the complete boxscore, click here:  [ BOX SCORE

In Conference B, Roslyn won their six consecutive game by beating New Hyde Park, 16-6 on Friday. Ethan Goldberg won 21 of 25 faceoffs and Charlie Samter scored three goals and assisted on two more for the Bulldogs (7-4). Both Aidan Garvey (2g, 1a) and Cody McLean (1g, 2a) totaled three points for the Gladiators (5-7). The boxscore is here: [ BOX SCORE] On Saturday, Mepham upset host Long Beach, 13-11. Alessandro Walaitis scored five goals and the combo of  Braedon Kehoe (11 of 15) and Anthony DiSalvo (7 of 13) won 18 of 28 faceoffs for the Pirates (8-4), who were the #8 seed in the Conference B preseason rankings. Maverick Chernoff had three goals and two assists for the Marines (8-3), who had been seeded #6 in the preseason rankings. Check ou the full scoring tallies here:  [ BOX SCORE

In Conference C/D, host Island Trees defeated Oyster Bay on Friday, 14-3. The trio of John Echezuria (4g, 3a),  Kevin Dromm (1g, 3a), and Kian McCoy (3g, 1a) combined for fifteen points for the Bulldogs (7-4). Jake Panetta (13) and Tyler Rosasco totaled 18 saves for the Baymen. (Boxscore: [ BOX SCORE] ) Floral Park (12-1) continued its winning ways on Saturday with a overtime victory at home against Plainedge, 9-8. Owen Sanchez score the winner, his third of the game, in the overtime period for the Knights. Owen Donnellan had four goals and two assists for the Red Devils (7-6). See that boxscore here: [ BOX SCORE

In other non-league game played Saturday, Wantagh remained hot by defeating Rocky Point of Suffolk, 14-2. It was all Martini's for the Warriors (10-3), as Dylan (2g, 2a), Jake (3g, 1a), and Luke (4g) combined for twelve points. Will Greaves went 15 of 15 at the faceoff X for Wantagh. Rocky Point is 1-10.  [ BOX SCORE] Roslyn won their second game in two days, stopping Locust Valley, 11-2. Josh Berger had two goals and three assists and freshman Gavin Ryback had three goals and an assist for Roslyn (8-4). [ BOX SCORE] Matthew D'Aversa had two goals and seven assists to lead North Shore (8-4) over Hewlett. Luke Rochler had a goal and three assists for the Bulldogs (7-5).  [ BOX SCORE
Jack McCormack had five goals and an assist, Rusty Carr won 13 of 19 face-offs and Will Massaro made 11 saves for Mineola (9-4) in the championship game of the Mustang Classic. Massaro was named Tournament MVP. James Demakopoulos made 22 saves for Wheatley/Carle Place (7-6).   [ BOX SCORE
Finally, Division held off Hicksville, 11-9. Leading the scoring for Division Ave was Liam Burns (2g, 3a) and Timothy Stanley (3g, 1a), and Camdon Davidson wion 14 of 21 faceoffs. James Kelly had four goals and an assist for the Comets. Both teams are 6-6.  [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Game Results For Thursday, April 25th

Island Trees 16, Locust Valley 6
John Echezuria (4g, 4a), Kevin Dromm (5g, 1a), and Kian McCoy (3g, 2a) were the offensive forces for Island Trees (6-4) in the Bulldogs 16-6 Conference C/D victory over Locust Valley (1-10). Charlie Pisciotta had two goals and an assist for the Falcons.    [ BOX SCORE

Baldwin 15, Freeport 3
Brady Mahler had eight points (6g-2a) and Logan Kirchner scored five goals to lead host Baldwin over Freeport (1-11) in Conference A. The Bruins (6-5) lead 10-0 at halftime.   [ BOX SCORE

Great Neck South 10, Glen Cove 8
Michael Azatyan led Great Neck South with four goals in a 10-8 victory over Glen Cove in Conference B. Robin Varughese made 14 saves for the Rebels (4-7). Matteo Cameron had 17 saves and Nick Ladeairous scored five second half goals for the Big Red (4-8).  [ BOX SCORE

Oceanside 14, Hempstead 2
Andrew Dato Brady Nardone, and Jack Passuello each scored three goals to lead Oceanside past Hempstead (1-11) in Conference A.  Dato and Nardone each added an assist for the Sailors (9-3). [ BOX SCORE

Farmingdale 10, Massapequa 3
Caden Lennon scored three goals and added an assist to lead host Farmingdale (7-5) past Massapequa in the Power League. Brendan O'Keefe had five points (2g, 3a) for the Dalers and was the game's high scorer. JJ Damo won 10 of 14 faceoffs and Josh Kama scored twice and added an assist for Farmingdale. 

FULL STORY

Feature Image

Wednesday, April 24th-Wantagh Defeats Manhasset, GC and CSH Win in Westchester

Wantagh 8, Manhasset 6
Down 3-1 after the first, Wantagh outscored Manhasset (8-4) 7-1 in the second and third quarter to defeat the Indians, 8-6. Will Greaves won 17 of 18 faceoffs, Devin Paccione had two goals and two assists, and Dylan Martini had three goals and one assist to lead the Warriors (9-3). It was the first win for Wantagh against Manhasset since 2012. [ BOX SCORE

Will Greaves
Will Greaves of Wantagh
(photo courtesy of @sideline_eebs

The Braves stormed out to a 6-1 first quarter lead and withstood a furious comeback in the second half to defeat Port Washington in the Power League. David Disque scored five goals, including the game-winner with 10:07 left in the fourth quarter. Brody Waxer added two goals and two assists for Syosset (5-6). Steve Braunshweiger scored three goals for the Vikings and Tommy McCarvill added two goals. Goaltenders Max Eynon of Port Washington (13) and Josh Weisenfeld of Syosset combined for 25 saves.   [ BOX SCORE]

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. Riley Royals (6g, 0a), Troy Madden (4g, 1a), and Tommy Gaudio (1g, 4a) led the offensive assualt for the Highlanders. Baldwin fell to 5-5. 
[ BOX SCORE

Plainview JFK 18, Long Island Lutheran 4
Brett Lipins won 23 faceoffs to lead host Plainview JFK (6-5) over Long Island Lutheran in non-league. Nick Altmann led the way for the offense with seven points (4g, 3a) and Josef Saueracker added three goals and one assist. Long Island Lutheran is 1-5. [ BOX SCORE

FULL STORY

Feature Image

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]

FULL STORY

Feature Image

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. 

FULL STORY

Feature Image

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

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.
  [ BOX SCORE

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

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

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

 

FULL STORY

Feature Image

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

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

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.
 [ BOX SCORE

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

 

FULL STORY

Donate Please

Are You Enjoying the Coverage?

In our second year of providing coverage of boys lacrosse in Nassau county, we are excited about the growth of visitors using this valuable resource. We are receiving very positive responses from fans, college coaches and families as we promote our athletes. With over 400,000 page views in 2023 and 28,000 visitors, there are many stories and over 5,000 player profiles. (There were 51,672 page views by 3,339 visitors last week.)

This season there have been over 229,500 page views by over 14,700 visitors,
and donations to date. 

We are very appreciative for these supporters. However, our donations represent far less than one tenth of one percent of visitors! We certainly could us help from others.

Through our arrangement with PayPal we can accept donations on-line. If you have a PayPal account, donations are secure and easy. If you don't have a PayPal account you can create an account, OR simply and safely use your credit card. Of course, you can also send a check.

FULL STORY

Feature Image

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

FULL STORY


Looking for Earlier Stories?

Check out the archives. Stories that leave the front page go to the Check out the archives.News Page "News Page" and the go to the "All Stories" page.

Sponsorship
Sponsorship
Sponsorship