With four siblings who have played or are playing Division I lacrosse, the Bocklets may be the first family of lacrosse in New York’s Hudson Valley.

News 12 anchor/reporter Pete Ruf takes a behind-the-scenes look at the Bocklets in this feature segment.

That’s among the headlines from this past week. Here are links to some other stories of interest:NandN

* John Cunniffe, first All-American in John Jay High School history, dies at age 46

* New rules discussed at IMLCA convention

* NBC News focuses on program that teaches lax to inner-city youth

* STX signs three-year deal to be official supplier of NCAA championships

* Lacrosse comes to Colombia

* Jovan Miller ends boycott

* St. John’s announces 2013 schedule

* You make the call: What was the biggest story in tristate boys lax in 2012

* Tristate recruiting commitment stories

* News & notes archive

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* Updated tristate recruiting review and commitment rundown (for classes of 2013, ’14 and ’15)

* Class of 2012 commitment rundown

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