Lacrosse has emerged as the hottest sport at the varsity level in much of the nation.

That fact was apparent today as both Garden City and Chaminade won football championships on Long Island.

Yes, football championships.

You see, many of the leading players for both teams are Division I-bound for lacrosse — not football.

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4 Responses to “Laxers play key roles in Garden City, Chaminade football titles”

  1. LI Guy says:

    Really shows that while football may still be slightly more popular to watch at the HS level, the best HS football players know that lacrosse is what their future is. Quite telling.

  2. Crimson and Gold says:

    Way to go Nade. Now let’s get St. A’s in the spring for another title!

  3. Trojan Horse says:

    Great run GC. Well done fellas!

  4. Canada Goose says:

    And with all the info coming out about longterm effects of concussions in football, the gap between lacrosse and football at HS level will only widen in the next few years.

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