Coach Roy Colsey led Ridgefield to its second FCIAC title game appearance in his three years as Tigers’ coach. Ridgefield fell to Darien 10-7. The Tigers beat the Blue Wave in overtime in the 2009 title game.
Well, it was quite a week, folks.
Conference champs were crowned in Connecticut, and, the state tournament has already gotten under way with qualifying round games.
The Nassau and Suffolk finals are set for next Tuesday and Wednesday, with marquee matchups Garden City vs. Manhasset and West Islip vs. Smithtown West highlighting the six games.
In Section 1, Mahopac, Yorktown and Bronxville won class championships.
Those were among the topics we discussed in the latest edition of the InsideLacrosse.com HS notebook for the tristate region.
You can check it out now by clicking here.
In college lax, the Memorial Day showdown for the D-I title between ACC rivals Virginia and Maryland is the latest subject of our poll question.
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You can check out the scores and schedules for all three divisions for men’s and women’s college lacrosse for this championship weekend by clicking here.
Back to HS lax.
In case you missed it, a total of 15 players from the nation’s No. 1 hotbed for lacrosse, the Hudson Valley/Long Island/Connecticut region, have been selected to play for the North team at the sixth annual Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic.
You can find out check out the rosters for the game by clicking here.
The CIAC tournament started yesterday with qualifying-round games. Among them: No. 12 Greenwich beat No. 21 Stamford 16-4 and No.17 Cheshire beat No. 16 Danbury 12-7.
You can check out the schedule for opening-round games on Wednesday, June 1 and brackets for divisions L, M and S below:
State playoff action begins in New York on Wednesday.
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NCAA tournament schedule
For a rundown of scores and schedules for the NCAA men’s and women’s tournaments, click here.
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