at Cicero-North Syracuse High School, Syracuse

Class A: Farmingdale 12, Ithaca 11, OT

Class B: Jamesville-DeWitt 8, Garden City 7, OT (JD is pictured at left)

Class C: Cazenovia 14, Bayport-Blue Point 6


at Brien McMahon High School, Norwalk

Class L: Ridgefield 11, Fairfield Prep 10

Class M: Wilton 12, New Canaan 2

Class S: St. Joseph-Trumbull 6, Joel Barlow 5


At Rutgers University

Bridgewater-Raritan 6, Summit 5




Class A: Farmingdale 14, Shenendehowa 10

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Class B: Garden City 10, Yorktown 8

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Class C: Bayport-Blue Point 9, Bronxville 8

* For the final game stats, click here.


Class A: Ithaca 6, Pittsford 5, 2 OT

Class B: Jamesville DeWitt 9, Irondequoit 6

Class C: Cazenovia 15, Silver Creek 13


Class L: Fairfield Prep 7, Simsbury 2; Ridgefield 10, Staples 3

Class M: Wilton 11, Darien 3; New Canaan 6, New Fairfield 5

Class S: St Joseph-Trumbull 15, Somers 6; Joel Barlow 13, Stonington 7


Bridgewater-Raritan 12, Immaculata; Summit 10, Delbarton 5

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2 Responses to “Here are your 2011 New York/Connecticut state champions and New Jersey Tournament of Champions winner”

  1. slacrosse says:

    Under Armor Underclass Games: “Upper NY State Team”

    Curious: Is anyone aware of any kids that will make the trip to Hobart College for the June 15/16 Try-Outs? (open to kids from anywhere in NY State except from LI which has their own team).

    Not to practical for Section 1 kids to say the least but seems like other “regional” teams (“West” for example) have kids on rosters from Co, Ca, Ar.

  2. D-Pac says:

    Wow, 5 out of the 7 championship games were one goal games, with two going to OT. If I’ve learned anything from this season it’s that there is a lot of parity in high school lacrosse. Yes there is separation among teams and different levels of play, but there are a large group of teams that can beat each other on any given day. I’m definately going to miss it. Thanks again to all the players and coaches that made this season a memorable one. Good luck to all the boys moving on to college.

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