It’s been an annual affair. CHSAA rivals St. Anthony’s and Chaminade wage spirited regular-season battles, which they almost always wind up splitting. Then comes Round 3 — for the CHSAA championship. Round 3 for this season is today.

The opening faceoff for the CHSAA Class AAA title game is set for 4:30 p.m. today at C.W. Post University. It should be a good one.

Chaminade (14-4) won the first meeting between the teams 14-8 way back on April 13 (seems like ancient history at this point).

St. Anthony’s (17-2) took Round 2 by a count of 8-6 on May 13.

Section 1 will determine its six class finalists today. Semifinal games will be held at six sites. There’s a very good chance that all of last year’s final-round matchups — Yorktown vs. Lakeland/Panas (Class A), Somers vs. John Jay (Class B) and Put Valley vs. Rye (Class C) will occur again this year, despite the new playoff seeding formula and elimination of the power league set-up. As recently as two weeks ago, that scenario seemed highly unlikely.

Here’s the rundown:

Class A

No. 3 Suffern (13-4) at No. 2 Yorktown (10-7), 4:30 p.m.
No. 5 Mahopac (11-6) at No. 1 Lakeland/Panas (14-3) at Lakeland High School, 4:30 p.m.

Class B

No. 4 Ossining (13-5) at No. 8 No. 1 John Jay (16-1), 7 p.m.
No. 10 Brewster (9-9) at No. 6 Somers (12-6), 4:30 p.m.

Class C

No. 4 Put Valley (14-4) at No. 1 Pleasantville (16-1), 4:30 p.m.
No. 6 Rye (11-7) at No. 2 Bronxville (15-3), 4 p.m.

In Long Island semifinal action, No. 3 Hicksville faces No. 2 Massapequa in a Class A game at Hofstra at 8 p.m. The winner faces Farmingdale, which beat Syosset 9-4 in the other semi last night, in the Nassau County final on Wednesday, June 2 at 8 p.m. at Hofstra.

In Class B, Garden City (14-3) , the No. 2 seed, faces No. 3 Division (16-1) at 3:30 p.m. The winner faces Wantagh in the Nassau final on June 2 at 3 p.m. at Hofstra. Wantagh defeated Lynbrook 11-8 yesterday in its semifinal.

Second-seeded Cold Spring Harbor takes on No. 3 Friends Academy in the remaining Class C semifinal, with the winner playing top-seeded Manhasset in the Wednesday, June 2 final at 5:30 p.m.

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103 Responses to “Scoreboard Central: Thursday/5.27.10”

  1. John FANagan says:

    Yorktown 13 Suffern 7
    Mahopac 12 LP 11

    JJ 15 Ossining 5
    Somers 13 Brewster 8

    Put Valley 10 Pleasantville 6
    Rye 13 Bronxville 9

    StA’s 12 Cham 10

  2. Old Rugger says:

    Best games look to be on the Island today. Lets hope the lightening holds off for all the games (including the girls finals). Best Sect 1 games LP v. Pac and Rye v. Bxville

    Town 13 Suffern 6 (Town D keeps control)
    LP 12 Pac 10 (Pac not quite enough ground balls)
    JJ 15 O 7 (Stays close in 1st half like almost all J games)
    Somers 12 Brewster 8
    Put Val 11 Pleasantville 5 (strength of schedule for PV prepares them, coold be closre if Pville goalie is hot)
    Rye 11 Bronxville 9 (Depending on what Rye team shows up could be closer but figure the Dooleys to be very prepared)

    St A’s 9 Cham 8
    Pequa 9 Hicksville 8

    The above 2 games should be great.
    GC 11 Division 9

  3. slacrosse says:

    Old Rugger,

    Good analysis!

  4. Pequa says:

    GC 10, Division 4

    CSH 9, Friends 3

    St. A’s 9, Cham 8

  5. Broohah says:

    Brewster is HOT. Somers is all banged up and will not be able to stop Bear Off. Plus have trouble shooting against A Nicol. Brew-10. Somers-8.
    Town just to much.
    Town-12
    Suff-6

    LP wins the off battle. Have to outscore the Indians.
    LP-14
    Pac-12

    JJ to many weapons
    JJ-15
    Oss-6

  6. LI Lax says:

    St. A’s 9, Chaminade 6

    GC 9, Division 7

    CSH 7, Friends 4

    Hicksville 8, Pequa 7

  7. dee-up says:

    town 15-5 over Suf just too much for suff and suff somewhat intim
    jj – 15- 6 The O falls behind and they get fustrated
    LL 10-7 Lland it’s their year
    somers 14-5– Not enough there on Brewster
    Put Valley 14-10 can the valley put 4 quarters together- they better
    Rye 10-9- colud go either way which Rye team comes today

  8. Syracuse says:

    This is one of the bigger games L/P has played in a long time, mostly because it’s about now a lot of people figure they aren’t as good as advertised or rekindle the overblown notion that Mahopac is much better than it actually is.

    I think Lakeland/Panas sends message today and beats ‘Pac 13-9.

    Many people expect Yorktown to rise to the top today because the calendar says they are supposed to. I’m not convinced. I think Suffern hangs for a while before Town wins 9-6.

    Somers will beat Brewster about the face and neck.

    St. Anthony’s over Chaminade 14-9.

  9. TarHeelTowner says:

    Is the goalie from Brewster related to the old Yorktown coach John Nicol?

  10. Lax12 says:

    Pac 12 LP 10 For the reason Syracuse said they havent played in a while Pac high on WP second half .
    Ytown 15 Suffern 12 Offensive showdown Suffern will hang

  11. Sec1 says:

    Yes he is Coach Nicol son, and will be playing at D3 Vassar.

  12. HV Fan says:

    The goalie from Brewster is John Nicol’s son…i think the dad might be a part of the coaching staff, but not sure if its at the JV or modified level.

  13. LaxItUp2010 says:

    I would not be suprised to see Brewster upset Somers today!

    Just a hunch.

  14. scooter says:

    I like Town 14-8
    Pac 12-10
    Somers 15-6
    JJ 14-5

  15. laxnoz says:

    Brewster has no shot in hell somers will beat them by 10 goals

  16. LI Lax says:

    I will be doing a live blog for Inside Lacrosse on the CHSAA title game today. Check IL’s high school section around game time for the coverage.

  17. Manster says:

    Neither did Army when they played Cuse 2 weeks ago….

  18. Old Rugger says:

    Excellent Manster!! Let the games begin. LI LAx any significant injuries on either ST A or Chaminade or are they at full strength?

  19. RedRageisback says:

    laxnoz
    im with you! Last game on Tusker Turf for some angry seniors coming off that sloppy game in Scarsdale. And whats all this talk all of a sudden about the goalie from Brewster? Havent heard his name all year. Going to have his hands full with a couple snipers from Somers.

    Somers 14
    Brewster 6

  20. Red Devil says:

    Any score from Hofstra, GC-Div.?

  21. Sec1 says:

    Fox Lane 8-5 8:00 minsleft in half

  22. Go-O! says:

    Good luck to the happy bunch of knuckleheads from O from the King of the Hill gang!

    G-Doof, Napolean Dynamite, Beans, Aqualad, The Situation, Jess, The Colonel, Highlight Stick, Duck King, Night Train, Rondo, Ironhead, TubGirl…and the rest of the most entertaining group around.

    We came, we played…we went to get something to eat.

    Have a great time!

  23. Lax4Fun says:

    Let the games begin..

    What a great day for Lax

    Town 12 Suffern 8
    L/P 13 Pac 8
    JJ 16 Ossining 4
    Somers 14 Brewster 7
    St, A 13 Chaminade 9

    In other action

    GC 12 Division 9
    CSH 9 Friends 5
    Hicksville 7 Pequa 6

    Good Luck to all the players and coaches.

    Let’s get in on.

  24. hud lax says:

    rye up 5-1 in 2nd

  25. Joe Lombardi says:

    Second-quarter scores. …

    LP 3, Mahopac 1

    Brewster 2, Somers 2

  26. Sec1 says:

    Town 2-1 after 1

  27. Joe Lombardi says:

    Yorktown leads Suffern 2-1 after one.

  28. Joe Lombardi says:

    LP leads Pac 7-3 late in the seconnd quarter.

  29. lax-for-life says:

    Rye-Bronxville update?

  30. Joe Lombardi says:

    Yorktown now leads 3-1 in the second quarter. Ty Schuldt has two goals.

  31. Joe Lombardi says:

    Ytown leads 5-3 with two minutes left in the second quarter.

  32. mr lax says:

    any score on putnam valley game

  33. LaxItUp2010 says:

    ……………… any update on the Brewster ~vs~ Somers game?

  34. Joe Lombardi says:

    Yortown leads 6-3 at halftime.

    Somers, Brtewster tied 4-4 in the third quarter.

  35. Joe Lombardi says:

    Somers leads Brewster 5-4 after three.

  36. Joe Lombardi says:

    Yorktown, Suffern in a 30-minute lightning delay with Yorktown up 6-3 with 11:35 left in the third.

  37. Joe Lombardi says:

    Now there’s a lightning delay at Lakeland with LP leading 10-5 in the third.

  38. Joe Lombardi says:

    Somers leads Brewster 7-5 midway through the third.

    Meanwhile it’s pouring in Yorktown.

  39. Syracuse says:

    First order of business when I win Powerball, Joe, is to build all-purpose indoor lax facility in FDR Park.

  40. Sec1 says:

    Town up 6-3 game delayed with 11:25 left in 3rd. Rye 10-5 over Bronxville Final, Lakeland up 10-4 in 3 rd

  41. Syracuse says:

    According to the CBS 2 weather team northern Westchester County will see on and off downpours and lightning until around 8-8:30 p.m., so all those going to John Jay you better go prepared.

  42. Joe Lombardi says:

    Final; Somers 7, Brewster 5

    Somers will play John Jay/Hen Hud winner in nexxt. Wednesdfay in the Section 1 Class B final.

  43. Joe Lombardi says:

    Play set to resume at Yorktown at 6:35.

  44. slacrosse says:

    10-5 rye wins

    Good effort Bville.

    Rye controlled the game and was winning 10-1 going into early part of the 4th Q and got a bit sloppy (with regulars and subs playing) in D. letting in a few goals.

    IMO this was Rye’s most BEST sustained showing this season vs. a tough team.

    The D played SUPERB with Bville sometimes taking minutes off the clock as they worked the ball but couldn’t get a shot. Michael Collins, Rye’s pole shut down I think their high scorer (Wood?).

    Goals were spread out and came from Barton A. (2), Chapman M. (2), O’Callaghan M. (3), McReddie M.(2) and Stern A (1)

    Devon Depalma spelled McCormack at FO doing a great job winning most of his FO’s.

    I feel really good about Rye’s prospects at this level of play.

  45. BigBadBear says:

    PV 9 P’ville 5, game stopped with about 1:45 to go due to lightening…PV should have been easily ahead they controlled the ball for virtually the entire game, but very poor shot selection, a couple of pipes and P”villes fine goalie kept it closer…P”ville actually jumped out 3 -0, but after that, all Valley..

    Was curious to me that Aponte for P’ville didn’t get touches after he scored two quickly..

    Play of the game, PV goalie goes coast-to-coast to score, and gets slashed on the play

    PV will need to step it up to win against Rye

  46. Syracuse says:

    Anybody hear anything about Garden City-Division?

  47. mad_lax says:

    GC wins 11-4

  48. meanjoegreen says:

    is the john jay game still on?

  49. mr lax says:

    Did the lakeland game resume yet. what is the final if over!

  50. Joe Lombardi says:

    Several updates:

    * Play has been suspended in the CHSAA final between St. Anthony’s and Chaminade with the score tied at 6-6 midway through the fourth.

    It looks like it may not resume until tomorrow. Chris Kieser has more:

    http://insidelacrosse.com/blog/2010/05/27/chsaa-aaa-championship-blog-chaminade-vs-st-anthonys

    * At last report, play resumed at Lakeland and the Rebels lead Mahopac 10-6 after three quarters.

    * Play has resumed at Yorktown has Suffern has scored three straight goals to pull within 7-6.

  51. Joe Lombardi says:

    Final: Put Valley 9, Pleasantville 5

  52. Joe Lombardi says:

    After leading only 7-6 after three, Yorktown has started the fourth quarter by scoring back-to-back goals, started with an EMO goal by Remy Lieberman, which made it 8-6 Yorktown. The Huskers now lead 9-6 early in the fourth.

  53. jaypride says:

    Joe, how did brewster hold somers to 7 goals? There goalie must have had the game of his life. Sounds like brewster had better team than we all thought

  54. just a fan says:

    Did the Town and LP games finish?

  55. Joe Lombardi says:

    jaypride –

    Brewster’s Mike Honey is one of the best tacticians around and had a great game play, running a deliberate, patient offense. Almost like a halfcourt basketball game. To its credit, Somers, for the most part, did not get frustrated by taking penalties or forcing bad shots.

    Brewster jumped out to an early 2-0 lead, Somers came back and led 3-2 at the half but could never go up by two goals till the fourth quarter. After Kieran Donohue scored to give Somers a 5-4 lead late in the third, Kevin Cousin made it 7-4. The Bears, who got two goals each from Tim Meyer and Doug Biondi, pulled within 7-5 but could get no closer.

    Both goaltenders – Somers’ Chris Longo and Brewster’s Andrew Nicol – are experienced seniors and played superbly.

  56. Joe Lombardi says:

    Yorktown now leads 10-6 on an EMO goal by freshman Nick Mariano.

  57. Joe Lombardi says:

    Final: Lakeland/Panas 14, Mahopac 8

    Looks like — surprise — a Yorktown vs. Lakeland/Panas final.

    Yorktown now leads 11-6 with two minutes left in the fourth quarter with Conor Gately scoring the latest goal. Ty Schuldt has five goals for Ytown.

  58. Joe Lombardi says:

    Final: Yorktown 12, Suffern 6

  59. Sec1 says:

    Town 12-6 Final

  60. Syracuse says:

    By the way, the CHSAA final is suspended tied 7-7

  61. mad_lax says:

    to be completed today?

  62. Joe Lombardi says:

    So after all the seeding controversy, the three Section 1 finals could be the exact same as last year. (Pending Ossining/John Jay outcome.)

    Here’s the rundown for Wednesday, June 2 at White Plains High School:

    Class A

    No. 2 Yorktown vs. No. 1 Lakeland/Panas, 8 p.m.

    Class B

    No. 4 Ossining/No. 1 John Jay winner vs. No. 6 Somers, 3 p.m.

    Class C

    No. 4 Put Valley vs. No. 6 Rye, 5:30 p.m.

  63. Joe Lombardi says:

    Looks like the start time tomorrow for the final 6:02 of the CHSAA final with the score tied at 7-7 when play was suspended because of lightning will be 4:30 back at C.W. Post, according to Chris Kieser:

    http://insidelacrosse.com/blog/2010/05/27/chsaa-aaa-championship-blog-chaminade-vs-st-anthonys

  64. daddy says:

    any jj updates?

  65. IslandLaxpert says:

    Finals…

    Comsewogue 7, Rocky Point 2

    Hauppauge 15, SWR 7

  66. 1982 JJ Grad says:

    is the John Jay game currently being played, or is there a weather delay ?

  67. John FANagan says:

    Reflections on the Town/Suffern game…

    Suffern is a very good team. They moved the ball around really well but made too many costly fundamental errors and Yorktown took advantage. At times the Mounties had trouble catching and throwing but when their offense was moving, they looked like a very good team. Yorktown pulled away late, taking advantage of penalties and scoring at very timely instances in the 4th.

    A brilliant performance by Ty Schuldt highlighted the box score, netting 5 goals and really took over the game. Suffern works very hard, but in the end Town had the individual talent to take care of the game. The underclassmen- Gately and Mariano have been playing very well as of late, particularly Gately who has been feeding assists like it is his job.

    Should be a great game come next Wednesday. I really see it as a toss-up.

  68. LI Guy says:

    Bayport-Blue Point 8, Mount Sinai 4 (FINAL)

  69. laxforfun says:

    As Joe said, ,Somers was extremely patient, did not get frustrated and did not get penalties. This has been a very emotional week for some of the Somers’ players and believe that took some of the wind out of their sails. The few days rest will do them good. Brewster played a great game and hung in there. Very proud of Somers as Brewster tried to get chippy and Somers didn’t bite. They actually let another team take the penalties. Both goalies played very well, Longo came up with some big saves in the 4th and laid a great hit to stop a 1 -1. Smith, Bello and Schurr were fantastic on D. Dalton was all over ground balls. Face offs by were totally controlled by Pfiffner, Deianna and Lombardo. Petre, Donohue and Emmanual were the finishers.

    Kudos to Brewster they played a great game.

    Congrats to Rye, Lakeland and Yorktown

  70. Joe Lombardi says:

    Final: John Jay 13, Ossining 4

  71. Syracuse says:

    Joe is supposed to be sending me updates from John Jay. I will post as soon as I get anything …

  72. Red-White says:

    Very Good summary by Laxforfun.Couple of other points Somers will need to shoot better or they will not even be in the game vs Jay. Also Great move by Coach J going zone at the end of the fourth when they got the lead. Brewster had no answer and wasted a lot of game time looking for a shot. Should be a good Wed of lax At White Plains!!

  73. Syracuse says:

    Early line out of Vegas has John Jay a 7-goal favorite vs. Somers … And Lakeland/Panas a 3-goal favorite vs. Yorktown … Right now, Put Valley-Rye is a pick ’em.

  74. Laximus says:

    Somers-JJ second game was 6 goal spread but I’d be shocked if this game wasn’t more like the first game – a 9-7 JJ win. No way it will be 7 goals Cuse.

  75. Syracuse says:

    Laximus,

    I said the early line out of Vegas. C’mon man. These things tighten up. I can see the oddsmakers dropping it to maybe John Jay by 4 or 5, but no lower. I think Lakeland/Panas-Yorktown could drop to L/P by 1. At no point, though, will Town be favored. I think Put Valley-Rye will stay pick ’em the entire time.

  76. LaxItUp2010 says:

    JJ looked very strong ….. not even close

  77. purple pride says:

    Jay had excellent goalie play and O’s goalie looked really sharp shouting down Daniello (0 Goals). Jay just over powered them in the end with great ball movement and patience.

  78. LacrosseInsider says:

    Jay is a much better team now then when they played Somers the 1st time. That was early in the season, new coach…Timmy has them playing very good, team lacrosse…..I think this will be more like game 2. Just my opinion. Congrats to all the teams that won and moved on today.

  79. Joe Lombardi says:

    Just got word that the CHSAA Class AAA final between St. Anthony’s and Chaminade, suspended midway through the fourth quarter because of lightning, will be resumed at 4 p.m. (not 4:30 p.m. as we originally told you) at St. John the Baptist High School in West Islip.

  80. JJ-Lax Alum says:

    JJ is now 17-1 for 2010 …. what a great run so far as we head into the Section 1 Class B Finals against Somers.

    The way the team played today you look ready to beat anyone!!!! Best of luckIn the Finals.

  81. NYmike says:

    Depends on what Somers team shows up, as it has for them all season – hot and cold – strength of schedule and quality wins has the nod to JJ by 3 – my two cents – and Vegas? Really?

  82. slacrosse says:

    Congrats to Town, LP, Jay, Somers, Put Valley and Rye for wins today. Gonna be one heck of a day of lacrosse next wednesday.

    Congrats to the other teams in having really good seasons and in particular to all their Seniors. Good luck going forward.

  83. slacrosse says:

    Agree with Laximus. the Jay over Somers spread is maybe 2-3 goals.

  84. townfan says:

    congrats to Town —very well played—Tyler Schult…….well done~~!!! Bring on the Rebels—–the boys are back in TOWN!!!

  85. slacrosse says:

    And an extra congrat to Ossining, a program not that well known in terms of getting this far! Keep up the good work and hope your team keeps making big strides!

  86. purple people eaters says:

    Nice job by the purple tonight in a rather pedestrian win against an Ossining team that started well, but then wilted.

    After trading goals with O early in the first period, Jay had a burst of four or five unanswered and from there they were lights out, especially on defense.

    One of the posts above mentioned the Ossining goalie who did a good job aganst Daniello, he did I guess, but the defender on him (#3) was also very strong and denied Mike D. any good shots and turned him into a passer. I was impressed.

    The problem for Ossining is that Jay didn’t miss a beat and the others picked up the slack. Forest, Evan, Jake and a long list of others seemed to be able to get to the front of the O goal at will and the inside passing was on for the most part. They scored alot of goals from a few yards away and the O goalie had no chance.

    Zack Waldman did a good job on transition and turned defense into offense. And hats off to the entire defense for a complete shutdown of the Ossining offense. They keyed on Jamie McColloch (#23) who is well-known and by eliminating him from the offense had pretty easy covers against the rest of the O attack, including #11, who is a shifty lefty. After scoring a few early O didn’t see the net again until late in the fourth (#5) when the outcome was already settled and sophomore Branca was in net for Jay – Branca also had a few nice saves as well. That’s almost three quarters of shut out defense and if they play like that against Somers it’ll be a formidable wall to get through.

    Nice job Ossining, your program is on the right track.

    Congrats to the Jay seniors who get to play for the title next and even the score against Somers!

    It’ll be a great game!

  87. JJ-Lax Alum says:

    slacrosse

    Well said on Ossining, their Goalie was very impressive, had it not been for a number of great saves, the score might have been 22-3.

  88. Dad-O says:

    Great run, good job all of you Ossining seniors! Good luck going forward!

    Jamie McCulloch 23
    Greg Bardwell 2
    Eric Schuster 13
    Jeff Belitz 11
    Rob Dorgan 9
    Donny Hooley 5
    Harrison Kane 4
    Chris Holmes 10
    Sebastian Restrepo 30
    Tevin Overton
    Matt Lacetti 19

    …I know I’m forgetting some guys here because there’s like 21 of you, but you get the idea. Please don’t wear any lax wear under your caps and gowns! lol.

    Great run by all the knuckleheads – Ossining is proud of you all!

    Thank you coach Hallinan and coach Mike!

    ____________________________________________________________

    John Jay thanks for being your usual great hosts. You’re welcome to O any time…Good luck in the Finals!

    ____________________________________________________________

  89. Dad-O says:

    P.S. Thank you bloggers for all of your generosity, words of encouragement and good wishes all year long!

    See you at White Plains!

  90. P&G says:

    Liked what I saw from Ossining tonight (although the outcome was certain). I just don’t know if it is because they have 2 senior athletes (middie 23, and goalie) who are legit. No real depth, and I thought 23 pushed it too much, and had no one to help. Obviously a talented kid that can play at the next level, but took at least 10 shots, not close on any. Not knocking him, he obviously didn’t think he had any other options.

    Shurr’s defense keeps getting better, And the offense had 12 players register points (with 8 hitting the back of the net). Will be a tough out.

  91. wizard2 says:

    Putnam Valley or Rye can’t seam to put together a full 4 quarters of good lax. Who ever can do that next Wed. wins,

  92. Has Been Lax says:

    No 4 (Post 92)
    JJ Stats are impossible. How can you have 5 unassisted goals with 13 total goals AND 12 Assists? There are 4 more attributed assists than is possible!

  93. Has Been Lax says:

    Revise Reference to No 94 above Purple ‘n’ White (not your fault numbers are wrong!) as for incorrect stats on JJ Web Site reference. No 4 and Newman not interesting and not now involved in debacle (See No 93)

  94. Has Been Lax says:

    LOL … Disregard previous reports of stats error! Now you know why I am a “Has Been.” Read stats wrong! 12 assists for 13 goals is almost unbelievable! Great “O” JJ !

  95. Red&White says:

    Just would like to say, as a Somers parent, Brewster should be so proud of the way they played. Keep your heads up, you fought until the end. Your goalie really played a great game and you all played with your hearts. You have a great program and should be so proud of yourselves. It was truly a pleasure to watch today’s game. I’ve seen my son play St. Antonys. Ridgefield, John Jay, etc this year but Brewster is the one team that will stick out of this season when i look back at it in 20 years. Great job.

  96. slacrosse says:

    Benlaxman,

    Hey you’re needed!! Where you been?? Trust all is well.

  97. green alum says:

    Town appears to be getting back in form. Ty had a great night–his shot was on –period. 5 g’s in playoffs is huge. KI and Remy each had two–Remy with a much needed goal to start the fourth to make it 8-6 to start a 5-0 run in the last quarter. Porcelli and McLee stood out tonight along with Fusco on Midfield–starting to show some depth. Town also faced off well using Sullivan and Porcelli. Town D was suspect and Journal reports only two saves? D needs to see back side cutters–three goals in third all the same way for Sffrn as Town d watched. they have a few days to fix that. The younger guys need to step up now tha the seniors are playing hard–Gately looked good against Wappingers but had only one asst last night though he did have a pretty goal in fourth.

    Disappointed bout pac–not the way they should have gone out and they lose so many kids this year too.

    See Town over LP in a close game. For LP to beat Pac and Town twice in a season would be something but I just don’t see it. Something has clicked with this Town team and they finally want it.

  98. Manster says:

    Nice post by Red&White. Thanks for kind words. The Brewster/Somers game was a great game to watch. Somers is loaded with talent and you dont hold that team down with just one or two players playing hard. The entire Brewster team played with a lot of heart last night and as you said, fought to the end.

  99. Beach Lax says:

    I think Joe really nailed it with his 3 keys to winning in the playoffs on MSG Varsity last nite. Here is the video…
    http://msgvarsity.com/brooklyn-bronx/lombardi-on-lacrosse-5-27-1.25916?p=

  100. laxd says:

    laxperson

    Pville fans and team was great yesterday.

    Play of the game goes to the PV goalie flags flying end to end midair shot there you have it amazing. Pretty athletic started off shaky but came through when it counted. You must not have watched the same game as others, as for Fitzy he contributed more than stats which are not a indicator of a great game or player.

    What position did you play?

  101. Lax Guy says:

    green alum,

    I would not count out LP, I do not believe this game is going to town this year. LP has to much speed for town. I saw the first game, if LP does not get started slow i think they win by 3-4 goals.
    I would not worry about Pac, they graduate only 7 and 4 of them were starters.
    They return everyone on D and have lots of talent returning on O.
    There JV team had another good season going 14-2.

    Good Luck to all the teams still playing, next wed. should be fun.

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