New Jersey power Delbarton battles four-time defending CHSAA champion St. Anthony’s in a high school showdown at 1 p.m. today that could be a down-to-the-wire affair.

St. Anthony’s, the four-time defending CHSAA Division AAA champs, is coming off a one-goal win against St. John the Baptist.

LL_Game-Day-CROPPED16You can watch the showdown on both MSG Varsity Channel 14 (Optimum) and  A replay of the game can be seen tonight at 7 p.m. and tomorrow at 9 a.m.

Later in the day over in Nassau County, defending Connecticut Class M state champ Darien and host Manhasset renew their rivalry in a 7 p.m. game that you can watch live on You can watch that contest at Tuesday, April 9 at 9 p.m. on MSG Varsity Channel 14 (Optimum).

The team Manhasset lost to in its opener, Syosset, hosts Northport at 11 a.m. Northport is off to its first 4-0 start since 2003.

In Section 1, perennial title contenders Lakeland/Panas and Rye play at Rye and John Jay hosts Arlington in a pair of 7 p.m. games.

Mamaroneck, the defending champion, meets Mahopac in a rematch of last year’s Class A sectional title game (won by Mamaroneck) in a 1 p.m. game at Mamaroneck. Bronxville hosts Putnam Valley at 1:30 p.m.

In a Connecticut vs. Westchester matchup, defending FCIAC champion New Canaan plays at Somers at 7 p.m. You can watch the game on Wednesday, April 10 at 7:30 p.m. on MSG Varsity Channel 14 (Optimum).

Yorktown and Shenendehowa resume their annual series with a 3 p.m. game at Shen.

In another cross-regional affair, defending New York Class B state champ Garden City and Duxbury (Mass.) renew acquaintances.

Turning to New Jersey, Mountain Lakes hosts Montclair and Seton Hall Prep plays at Lawrenceville.

In a couple of games between NY teams vs. teams west of the Eastern Time Zone, Port Washington hosts  Bellevue (Wa.) and Loyola Academy (Ill.) plays at West Genesee (N.Y.).

The New England prep scene will be in the spotlight today with these matchups: Brunswick School (Conn.) at Loomis Chaffee (Conn.), Westminster School (Conn.) at Deerfield (Mass.) and Taft (Conn.) at Holderness (N.H.).

Among girls games on the slate, in a NY vs. CT battle of national powers, Garden City visits Darien at 10 a.m. You can watch the game Thursday, April 11 at 10 p.m. on MSG Varsity Channel 14 (Optimum).

In a 3 p.m. game, Wilton’s girls play at rival New Canaan. You can watch the game Wednesday, April 10 at 10 p.m. on MSG Varsity Channel 14 (Optimum).

Greenwich and Wilton both hope to bounce back from season-opening losses when they meet at 1 p.m. at Wilton’s Fujitani Field.

Defending Connecticut Class L state champ Fairfield Prep hosts SCC rival Cheshire in a 10 a.m. showdown. Elsewhere in CT, Class L state finalist Ridgefield looks to improve to 2-0 when it hosts Trinity Catholic at noon at Tiger Hollow Stadium. Also at noon, Staples hosts Newtown at Staples Stadium.

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56 Responses to “Saturday, 4/6: Delbarton visits St. Anthony’s; Manhasset, Darien renew rivalry; Mahopac, Mamaroneck meet in sectional final rematch; Some big NJ battles; Syosset faces red-hot Northport; SCC powers Fairfield Prep, Cheshire meet again; Greenwich, Wilton look to bounce back; Garden City goes against Darien in girls action”

  1. Setter says:

    Darien/Manhasset was a heck of a game. Both teams really went at it. Congrats to both squads.

  2. says:

    Syosset leads Northport 4-3 at halftime.

  3. says:

    Final: Garden City 10, Duxbury 1

  4. says:

    In our featured girls lax showdown of the day, Garden City beat Darien 12-11in OT.

  5. says:

    Delbarton leads St. Anthony’s 2-0 after one.

  6. ron j. says:

    Kennedy 14 Ardlsey 6

  7. slacrosse says:

    7-6 Pac. Vs Mamo. end 3rd

  8. slacrosse says:

    PAC wins 8-7

  9. says:

    Final: Harrison 10, White Plains 2

  10. xlax says:

    town 5-4 2nd, and just a sidenote, Illinois is not west of the Mississippi

  11. slacrosse says:

    Congrats to Pac. Was a very good and tight game (mamo missed a point blank shot near end for a tie). IMO MVP’ s for both teams were the goalies who made many great saves. Good players on both sides. Among others Haynes form Pac continued to impress at LSM as well as Conley and Greenberg for Mamo.

    As I thought, Mamo is definately for real. Both these teams + Arlington and LP will be battling it out for Class A title. Interested in how LP shows tonight vs my Rye team.

  12. xlax says:

    6-5 Shen

  13. Bville over Putnam Valley 12 -3.

  14. Brew Crew says:

    Brewster with a big 8-7 win over Greeley

  15. Trojan Horse says:

    Justin Guterding had 5-1 and Danny Dolan was excellent in goal in the big win for GC over Duxbury.

  16. Xlax says:

    9-8 Town early 4th

  17. says:

    Final: Greenwich 11, Wilton 7

    Final: Ridgefield 23, Trinity Catholic 0

  18. Xlax says:


  19. mike bb says:

    updates is shen really that good?

  20. Xlax says:

    Goin to OT

  21. Randy fuller says:

    Told you town was mot that good! Shen in ot with town. JJ must stink this year

  22. Xlax says:

    Shen wins

  23. Xlax says:

    Shen lost to Nisky 14-12 so yeah they’re good

  24. says:

    Darien leads 2-1 after one at Manhasset. You can watch live on

  25. slacrosse says:

    3-1 rye early 2

  26. slacrosse says:

    6-1 rye end 2

  27. Indian J says:

    Jay updates won’t happen for a little while longer I guess.

  28. slacrosse says:

    8-4 Rye wins

  29. slacrosse says:

    Good win for Rye with the O and D playing very well in all phases, much improved from their last game. Also a major key was dominating possession at FO (Santangelo) and ground balls. The one negative was with about 6-7 minutes left and a 6-1 lead LP scored 3 quick man-up goals with Prunty scoring 2 of them (he had 3-4 goals).

  30. slacrosse says:

    Jay score?

  31. slacrosse says:

    J score?

  32. says:

    New Canaan– 2-2-2-2– 8
    Somers –2-0-0-2– 4

    New Canaan scoring:

    Puch Richardson – 1-Goal 3-Assists
    Harry Stanton – 4 Goals
    Cole Turpiri – 1 Goal
    Griffin White – 2 Goals

    Trent Mader – 11

    Somers scoring:

    Marc Fiocco – 1 Assist
    Chris Marasco – 1 Assist
    Alex Corpolongo – 1 Goal 2 Assists
    Tyler DeVito – 3 Goals


    Nik Genualdo – 15

  33. pops says:

    Jay won 5-3. Up 4-0 at half….Arlington mistakes and lower lax IQ the difference. Arlington had 2-3 shots in last 2 mins…jay goalie not a lot of saves but some big ones in late 4th.

    • up north says:

      I think it was lapses of poor execution versus lax IQ but that’s just my opinion. Jay was obviously the favorite and deserved the win. It was a great defensive battle and fun to watch…

  34. says:

    Darien 2 – 2 – 4 – 1 = 9

    Manhasset 1 – 3 – 3 – 3 = 10

    Ryan Miller scored the game winner on an assist from James Farrell with 2:39 left in game of the annual Battle of the Sound.

    Darien scoring:

    Kevin Seiler 2-2

    John Reed 2-1

    Ian Burgoyne 2-0

    Kyle Cornell 1-2

    Harry Gillespie 1-1

    Peter Lindley 1-0

    Manhasset scoring:

    James Farrell 3-1

    Michael Fahey 1-2

    Thomas Lavelle 2-0

    James Clarke 1-0

    Bryan Grimm 1-0

    Brian Barry 1-0

    Darien saves:

    Phil Huffard 11

    Manhasset saves:

    Dylan Meyer 8

    Manhasset improves to 2-1

    Darien drops to 1-1

  35. WestLax says:

    Section 1 POWER RANKINGS week April 7
    1. Yorktown
    2. Bronxville (closing gap)
    3. John Jay (nice win vs. Arlington, Schur still has work to do)
    4. Rye (outplayed a good L/P for 3-1/2 qtrs.)
    5. Mahopac
    6. Arlington (Jay slowed them a little)
    7. Somers (another tough loss to a team outside sec. 1)
    8. Mamaroneck (heartbreaker vs. Pac)
    9. Brewster
    10. Suffern

    Watch list: Hen Hud, Put Valley and L/P

    • slacrosse says:

      Mamo-Saw them yesterday and despite 1 goal loss to Pac feel one of best teams in Section-would put them right below Bville.

      At this still early stage I’d put Pac, Somers (lost to a strong NC team) Rye, Arlington and Jay in an unsorted group right below Mamo witH LP ,Suff , Brewster , Greeley and Byram Hills in another group. To be sorted out in detail in a week.

      • South of 287 says:

        Not sure why you would put Mamo ahead of Pac after Pac came down to their place and won. Mamo may have more offensive firepower, but got to give credit to the W on the road.

        • slacrosse says:

          I do give Pac credit for all the points you raised but after aeeing the game, feel at this point that Mamo is the stronger team. Just a feeling. Could be proven wrong (wouldn’t be the first time).

          • slacrosse says:

            Maybe a bit more specific as I really like Conley, Greenberg Malas and Brill in goal + some solid poles. Obviously really good players for Pac as well including Thompson( shut down until the end), Haynes and their goalie, among others .

          • South of 287 says:

            Agree Mamo has firepower. Team may need more off-ball movement.

            Definitely a favorite in Class A along with Arl and Pac. I’m sure L/P is in the convo by play-off time as well.

  36. Old Rugger says:

    JJ Arlington game. Arlington Goalie is for real solid high and low good quick clears he definetly stood out. On the JJ side multiple off sides and too many men on the field calls that shouldn’t happen at the level JJ wants to play at and thats about it.

  37. just a ffact says:

    Nice win against ARLINGTON 5-3 r u kidding .Goalie is very good but only 5 goals.

    • Pops says:

      Arlington’s goalie is the best in the section and there defense played really well Sat night. Thurs will be a great test to see if it was a fluke or the real deal. I expect them to finish better and score more goals then 3, but who really knows in high school lacrosse.

      South of 287 I totally agree that class A has 3-4 teams that will contend for sure. LP will be going as usual by then.

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