Well, folks. It’s been quite a year.
There here have been all sorts of surprising developments, impressive individual and team accomplishments and interesting stories to follow.
With the calendar year about to end, we’d like to know what you think was the year’s biggest story.
For starters, be sure to exercise your right to vote by casting your ballot in our newest poll question. As always, if the choice you want to make is not listed, simply write it in.
And then please be sure to come back here and weigh in with some comments on why you voted the what you did.
Here’s a quick rundown of some of the choices. For more on each story, simply click the link.
* Galasso breaks all-time Long Island scoring record in final varsity game as West Islip wins fourth state title in last five years
* Darien wins sixth straight state title as Matheis registers nine goals and three assists
* Greenwich’s unlikely run to the FCIAC championship
* Manhasset wins second straight state title
* Cheshire, Weston win Connecticut state titles
* Lakeland/Panas beats Yorktown in OT in sectional final to complete unprecedented season series sweep
* John Jay goes 3-0 vs. Somers, including sectional title win
* Put Valley beats Rye for second straight Section 1 championship
* St. Anthony’s beats Chaminade in OT to win CHSAA title
* November 2010 Signing Week: St. Anthony’s leads with nine NLI commits
* Darien’s Matheis picks Duke over UVa
* Long Island wins fifth straight ESG gold medal
* Empire State Games canceled for 2011, likely beyond
* Previous “You make the call” topic threads
MSG Varsity coverage
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* Lombardi on Lacrosse Hot Stove Report, Dec. 28, 2010
* Updated recruiting review and commitment rundown (for classes of 2011, 2012 and * new * 2013)
* November 2010 Signing Week coverage
* Class of 2010 commitment rundown
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