After Syosset rallied from a three-goal early fourth-quarter deficit to beat Massapequa 14-13 in last night’s Nassau Class A title game, the Class A nightcap between Garden City and Wantagh had a tough act to follow.

But lightning prevented the game from being played.

So it’s been rescheduled for today at 3:30 p.m. at Hofstra University.

That just adds to what was already a stacked day of title games.

In Section 1, the three defending champions — Mahopac (Class A), Yorktown (Class B) and Bronxville (Class C) — will look to defend their titles in a tripleheader at White Plains High School’s Glenn D. Loucks Field.

Here’s the lineup:

Class C

No. 11 Hen Hud vs. No. 1 Bronxville, 3 p.m.

Class A

No. 10 Mamaroneck vs. No. 4 Mahopac, 5:30 p.m.

Class B

No. 2 John Jay vs. No. 1 Yorktown, 8 p.m

Hen Hud and Mamaroneck have never won sectional titles. Mamaroneck last made the sectional finals in 1988, losing to Yorkown 8-1. Hen Hud last made the title game in 2005 after a strng of four straight title-game appearances from 2000-03 (all losses to Somers).

The three Section 1 class championships games can be seen on MSG Varsity iO Channel 14 on the following days and times in the Hudson Valley/Connecticut region: (Class A): Friday, June 1 at 7:30 p.m.; (Class B):  Thursday, May 31 at 3 p.m.; and (Class C): Friday, June 1 at 4 p.m.

Meanwhile, championships in Section 11 (Suffolk County) will also be decided at Stony Brook University.

Headlining the tripleheader: Ward Melville, fresh off a 13-9 semifinal-round win at Smithtown West, will face defending champion West Islip in the final at 5:30 p.m.

Here’s how the slate at Stony Brook looks:

Class C

No. 1 Shoreham-Wading River vs. No. 2 Bayport-Blue Point, 3 p.m.

Class A

No. 1 West Islip vs. No. 3 Ward Melville, 5:30 p.m.

Class B

No. 1 Comsewogue vs. No. 2 Sayville, 8 p.m.

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The three Section 11 class championships games can also be seen on MSG Varsity iO Channel 14 on the follow days and times on Long Island: (Class A): Thursday, May 31 at 8:30 p.m.; (Class B):  Friday, June 1 at 7:30 p.m.; and (Class C): Friday, June 1 at 4 p.m.

Connecticut teams today start their road to the state finals on June 9 at Brien McMahon High School in Norwalk.

Today’s opening-round games are highlighted by a 5 p.m. game at Fairfield Prep vs. Greenwich. In Class M, Fairfield Ludlowe visits Wilton, Darien hosts New Fairfield and FCIAC champion New Canaan hosts Pomperaug.

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104 Responses to “Wednesday, 5/30: Section 1, 11 championship tripleheaders, GC-Wantagh Nassau Class B final highlight slate; Connecticut starts state play”

  1. says:

    Big run for Bronxville midway through first quarter gives Broncos a 4-0 lead after one. Brewster Warble with two goals, giving him 63.

  2. Pops says:

    4-3 6:44 in 2nd

  3. Relax says:

    Bvlle 5 HenHud 3 halftime

  4. Sec12012 says:

    Garden City up 3-0.

  5. Relax says:

    Riley walsh 2:30 into 3rd 6-3 bvlle 7-3 bville H grass gets his 3rd. 8-3 will Duncan w 1.7 secs left in 3rd Fr warble

  6. sec1 says:

    Bville 12-3 5;41 in 4th

  7. says:

    Bronxville wins it’s second straight Section 1 Class C title. Final: Bronxville wins 12-6. 

  8. Relax says:

    Warble gets a hat trick 59secs into 4th 9-3 jgrass Fr hgrass 10-3 1:56 4th emo goal behrens Fr hgrass 11-3 5:44 left in the game jgrass Fr hgrass 12-3 bville runs off 7 straight goals in a Lil over 18mins HH finally gets on the board for 2nd half Kevin mcdermott 12-4 they score a few secs after to make it 12-5 mcdermott gets the hat trick. Mcdermott gets his 4th 12-6 Bvlle should make it to Hofstra. Then we’ll see if they can play with the Real Deal Fr LI.

  9. c lax says:

    Not much of a game in C.. Too bad seeding didn’t allow the BH-Bxville semi-final battle to be the final…would have been a lot more entertaining.

    • Relax says:

      I got here at the 2nd half. HenHud didn’t score for 18 mins while bvlle ran off 7 straight. I gather HH played a better 1st half. BH played a pressure zone & scouted bvlle WELL. I predict the ville to be at hofstra & it’ll be a different story vs CSH/SWR or BBP

  10. Relax says:

    Any scores from Stony Brook? Who won Sect.11 C?

  11. CIB says:


  12. Relax says:

    1-0 mneck Scott greenberg 1-1 Thompson 2-1 conley mamk 2-2 open net goal for PAC 5:30 1st timeout mamk 5:51left 1st

  13. sec1 says:

    PAC 2 Mank 2

  14. sec1 says:

    PAC 5-2 after1

  15. Relax says:

    3-2 wiesberg 3mins 4-2 PAC wiesberg Fr Thompson wheels are falling off for mamk berardis 5-2 1:07 left in 1st 5-2 after 1

  16. Relax says:

    Scott greenberg 3:47 2nd 5-3

  17. Relax says:

    Wiesberg 5:40 6-3 hat trick conley scores for mamk w 3:04 left in half 6-4 greenberg gets his 3rd 6-5 1:30 left conley ties it w his 3rd 6-6 halftime huge comeback by mamk. Nice!!

  18. says:

    Georgetown-bound Peter Conley has three goals and Mamaroneck rallies to tie Mahopac 6-6 at halftime of the Section 1 Class A final.

  19. Sec12012 says:

    Wi-wm tied at 4 at halftime.what an accomplishment it would be if the tigers can win this game.

  20. says:

    Mahopac and Mamaroneck tied 7-7 after three.

    • says:

      Mamaroneck regains the lead on. Goal by Justin Csenge. It’s 8-7 Tigers with nine minutes left in regulation. 

  21. Relax says:

    Emo for PAC of no use still 6-6 emo for mamk 7-6 greenberg his 4th PAC ties it 7-7 after 3

  22. says:

    Mahopac gets possession off a turnover. Calls TO with 1:25 to go. Mamo leading 9-8. 

  23. sec1 says:

    Mamroneck 9 PAC Final

  24. says:

    Final: Mamaroneck 9, Mahopac 8

    Tigers, the No. 10 seed, making their first sectional final appearance since 1988 stun the defending champion Indians in one of the biggest upsets in sectional final history. Mamo will like face Niskayuna in the state quarterfinals on Saturday at Clarkstown South.

    This is Mamaroneck’s first sectional title.

    • Class of 88 says:

      Way to go Mamaroneck, you finished something we couldn’t, best of luck in the State Tournament!

    • Indian J says:

      Awesome win for Mamaroneck. Unreal effort, congrats and enjoy. Another down county team staking a claim.

  25. Relax says:

    Justin Csenge makes it 8-7 mamk Brill has played incredible in net 9-7 conley’s 4th berardis 9-8 1:25 left 19secs injury timeout Mamk wins HUGE

  26. says:

    Final: West Islip 9, Ward Melville 6. WI will play Syosset for the LI Class A title on Saturday. 

  27. slacrosse says:

    Congrats to Bville. Not much to say. Much too much for HH + Bville also had AD at FO over a strong HH kid.

    Congrats to Mamo. Yeah nice for south of 287 teams. IMO MVP Mamo goalie who stood on his head many times.

    Score could have been different for PAC as they dominated poss in 2q (leadind 5-2 aft 1) but wasted this with poor shots and let Mamos 2 best O kids get good shots for scores.

  28. Relax says:

    What an Incredible Upset for Mamaroneck! Thomas Brill(IANT) in Nets was Incredible. Scott Greenberg & Peter Conley were awesome. That’s 2 for 2 for below I287 Tonite!! Unbelievable I expected Bville but Mamaroneck was a true bonus. Way to go Tigers absolutely BRILL(iant)!!!

  29. says:

    Hopkins, UNC, Army, Brown, Rutgers, Stony Brook, Syracuse and St. John’s among the colleges checking out players at the Section 1 finals. 

  30. says:

    Final: Darien 19, New Fairfield 6 in opening round of CT Class M playoffs.

    • says:

      Darien (1)   5 – 7 – 6 – 1 = 19
      New Fairfield (16)  3 – 1 – 0 – 2 = 6
      Darien Record:  17-2
      New Fairfield Record:  9-9
      Darien Scoring:
           Peter Lindley  7-3  (career highs)
           Case Matheis  5-3
           Henry West  3-3
           Clay Barker  1-0
           Jamie Kerr 1-0
           Alec Foresta  1-0
           John Reed  1-0
           Harry Gillespie  0-1
           George Gregory  0-1
           Tim Murphy  0-1
      New Fairfield Scoring:
           Robbie Fiamengo  2-0
           Greg Casti0  2-0
           Ryan Lewis  1-1
           Tim Silva  1-0
           Dylan White  0-3
      Darien Goalie Saves:
           Phil Huffard  8
           Christian Miller  4
      New Fairfield Goalie Saves:
           Joseph Carlucci  12
      Darien Moves on to the quarterfinal round at home on Saturday, June 2nd  v winner of Masuk/RHAM   3pm game.

  31. Relax says:

    Legendary Coach Tom Flattley is here with another GC coach to scout Sect.1’s Finest. Put on a show ‘town, but save some secrets

  32. says:

    Fairfield Prep leads Greenwich 11-2 late in the third quarter of the CT Class L playoffs.

  33. says:

    Shoreham-Wading River wins the Suffolk Class C title, beating defining state champion Bayport- Blue Point 14-4.

  34. says:

    It’s official. Bronxville will play Glens Falls in the Class C state quarterfinals on Saturday at Clarkstown South. Following that game, Mamaroneck will battle Niskayuna in Class A. Class B finale TBD pending outcomes of tonite’s games.

  35. says:

    Tommy Beck scores off a nice outlet from Tom Branca to give John Jay a 1-0 lead over Yorktown midway through the first. 

    • says:

      Ryan Lee with a nice lefty shot off a strong dodge move. John Jay jumps out to a 2-0 lead. 

      • says:

        Frankie Fusco cuts John Jay’s lead in half. It’s 2-1 with 1:13 left in the first. 

  36. Relax says:

    Tom Beck makes it 1-0 JJ flying downfield & scoring very fast a foot! JJ 2-0 Ryan Lee 3:30 to go in 1st F Fusco opens scoring for ‘town 2-1 1:12 to go in 1st what a great 1st qtr. Great goalie play both teams

  37. sec1 says:

    JJ 2-1 end of
    Zone, Zone, Zone

  38. says:

    John Jay’s Sean Smith hits pipe to end quarter. JJ leads 2-1 after one. Branca in goal, John Jay zone both are on point in early going.

  39. says:

    Vercruysse scores on the EMO. Gately assisting Yorktown has its first lead. 3-2 with 10 minutes left in second.

  40. says:

    JJ ties it at 3-3 on a goal by Andrew Duffy off a Sean Smith feed. There’s five minutes left in the second. 

    John Jay’s Tom Beck has left the game with a wrist injury.

  41. says:

    Matt Ferentini scores on an overhand blast just as the first half ends. John Jay goes into the half with momentum and a 4-3 lead. 

    • says:

      Vercruysse with a sidearm blast off a feed from Nick Mariano. Tied 4-4 three minutes into third. 

  42. says:

    From Suffolk Class B: Sayville leads Comsewogue 4-3 at the half.

  43. says:

    Yorktown reclaims the lead midway through the third on a goal by Nick Mariano. Huskers lead John Jay 5-4.

  44. says:

    Yorktown leads 7-5 after three complete in a high intensity, hard-hitting sectional final. 

  45. says:

    Tied 8-8 heading into OT.

    • says:

      John Jay gets possession and calls TO. Each OT period four minutes and sudden death.

      • says:

        Turnover by JJ. Yorktown gets possession and calls TO 58 seconds into first OT. 

        • says:

          Vercruysse from Gately. Yorktown wins in OT 9-8.

          • says:

            Goal came with 1:36 left in first OT. Yorktown will play in the state quarterfinals 6 pm Saturday at Clarkstown South. 

  46. Indian J says:

    Congrats to Town. Jay should be proud of that effort and know that they played well. Good luck to Town in the state play-offs.

    • Lax n stuff says:

      The best Section 1 championship I can ever remember. Mamaroneck beating Pac and JJ taking Yorktown into OT were unbelievable games to watch back to back.

      • Relax says:

        Back to Back 9-8 Thrillers!! Sect.1 certainly had the better Sect. Championship Competition wise, Sect.8 & 11 weren’t as close, but something tells me the LI championship compared to Sect.1 vs 2 playoff, Hofstra will be the place to be on this dreary day

  47. slacrosse says:

    Congrats to Town for the win and super game and effort by both teams.

  48. DPAC says:

    Ashame Jay had to lose. Bad call on unreleasable penalty cost them two goals and they still fought back. Also, bad decision by JJ coach to have long pole with ball after the timeout in OT.

    • slacrosse says:

      Good luck to Anthony in college and the rest of the Pac team on a fine season. They gave it their best!

    • Relax says:

      They had their chances. They couldn’t do it in OT. Town Won Legit. Give him a short stick The longstick taking the ball in that situation doesn’t make sense. Too much of a target, probably was why he dropped the ball pulling his stick away from a check

  49. Jaybird says:

    Lambert is the best player on the field. Giving him the ball in that situation was the right call, but after the dead ball, have his use a short stick. That was the mistake.

  50. Indian J says:

    Im not sure what happened, but I think if you had Beck in the game, in that situation, you give it to him. It’s really impressive that they were able to fight back like that at less than full strength. Ferrentini stepped up as did the rest of the team. With the exception of Iona Prep and the regular season Somers game, I’d say Jay had a good year and that Schurr did a nice job. You get Beck, Lambert, Stewart and a number of other very good players back next year- they will be a tough out and they can look forward to starting now.

    • DPAC says:

      Wow. Didn’t realize they were all coming back. They should be next year’s pre-season favorites.

  51. Old Rugger says:

    Yes Lambert best player but why not go with the offense that got you here. I’m sure if beck were healthy he would have got the call, why not Tini?

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