The Chaminade-Yorktown game on Saturday should be a good one. But the Flyers first have a test from out of state. Make that way out of state.

St. Ignatius Prep from San Francisco, Calif., visits Chaminade (8-0), the consensus No. 1 team from the nation’s No. 1 hotbed for lacrosse, the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut tristate region.

LL_Game-Day-CROPPED16Saint Ignatius Prep takes a 16-0 record into the 4:15 p.m. contest in Mineola.

Chaminade will then play on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Yorktown, which today visits 2011 Section 1 Class A champion and 2012 Class A finalist Mahopac at 4:30 p.m.

Chaminade’s CHSAA rival, St. Anthony’s (6-2), meanwhile, visits Iona Prep (8-1) at 3:30 p.m.

In Connecticut, the Battle of Norwalk is on for 7 p.m. tonight at Norwalk High School as intercity rivals Brien McMahon at Norwalk renew acquaintances. Brien McMahon is led by one of the state’s top attackmen, Notre Dame-bound Zach Bartolo.

The Battle for Stamford, meanwhile, is also set for today as Trinity Catholic visits Stamford High at 4 p.m.

In other Connecticut games, Trumbull hosts unbeaten Ridgefield at 6:30 p.m. and Greenwich plays at Danbury at 4:30 p.m.

The rest of the Section 1 (N.Y.) slate features some interesting matchups, including Horace Greeley at Harrison (4:30 p.m.), John Jay vs. Lakeland/Panas at Walter Panas High School (5 p.m.), Fox Lane at Rye (5 p.m.), Irvington at Pelham (5 p.m.), Brewster at Arlington (5:15 p.m.) and Byram Hills at Pleasantville (5:30 p.m.).

On Long Island, Manhasset plays its final game before Saturday’s 123rd Woodstick Classic against Garden City, when it visits South Side at 7 p.m. at Skelos Field.

In Suffolk, unbeaten Ward Melville visits Hauppauge at  7 p.m., West Islip plays at Half Hollow Hills East and Smithtown East visits Connetquot at at 4 p.m. and Northport hosts Hills West at 4:15 p.m.

New Jersey action, action is highlighted by a 4:30 p.m. game between host Chatham (6-3) and Ridge (8-1).

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64 Responses to “Thursday, 4/25: Chaminade hosts St. Ignatius (16-0); Intercity CT clashes in Norwalk, Stamford; John Jay plays at Lakeland/Panas; St. Anthony’s visits Iona Prep; Chatham (6-3) vs. Ridge (8-1) highlights NJ slate”

  1. Bear says:

    Brewster at Arlington should be a great game today. One or two goal game either way. Gonna be intense from start to finish.

  2. Indian J says:

    If St, Ignatius were to beat Chaminade, then that would be a shot heard round the lacrosse world now wouldn’t it ? Torrey Pines beat Garden City in 2004, I believe, but that wasn’t a powerful Garden City squad as for Garden City squads go. This is indeed a powerful Chaminade team and Ignatius appears to be the class of California.

    Nade 10 St. Ignatius 7

    St. A’s 12 Iona Prep 7

    Jay 9 L/P 7 Jay will struggle on occasion without Beck for a little while longer

  3. Pops says:

    Huge game for the admirals as they have let to 3 goal leads slip in the 2nd half with sloppy play, unforced turnovers and seem to be very skilled at hitting goalies in the head and chest(10 times in the Hen Hud game). Today will test their wills and see if they are indeed a top 10 team. Love the Chaminade match up as well as Greeley-fox lane with both teams appearing to be up and down, but equally solid teams. I am anxious to see where LP is today against Jay? Are they getting better?

  4. sec112 says:

    Yorktown vs. Chaminade.

    Sets up a great Saturday afternoon! These two powerhouses have been going at it for years. I cant remember the last time Yorktown lost at home but Chaminade is the #2 team in the country for a reason…


    Yorktown – 11
    Chaminade – 10 (OT)

    • Indian J says:

      Town lost at home last season to Wilton 12-11. It’s not 1991-93, Town losses now… and….

      If Town wins Saturday it would be considered something of an upset, but …..

      I think they can do it. They have the offense to do it that’s for sure.

      It would be a huge win for the program- who hasn’t showed signs of being this dominant in a while. It would spiritually undo the Shen loss and poise them for a legit shot at a state title. If they can win this, they could certainly have more than just a shot with Nisky and Garden City logically speaking. It’s a long season though and there are still more games to be played regardless of what happens on Saturday.

  5. old rugger says:

    Let’s not forget wogue. They are looking pretty good this year

  6. says:

    Upset alert: St. Anthony’s is clinging to a 5-4 lead over Iona Prep.

  7. sec1 says:

    Mahopac 1-0

  8. sec1 says:

    1-1 Palmadesso

  9. sec1 says:

    2-1 Town Mariano

  10. says:

    Chaminade and St. Ignatius tied 1-1 after one in the West Coast vs. East Coast battle of unbeatens.

  11. Rover says:

    Chaminade – St. I

    SI goalie makes good saves

  12. sec1 says:

    3-2 PAC

  13. sec1 says:

    3-3 Mariano

  14. sec1 says:

    3-3 end of 1

  15. sec1 says:

    4-3 Town Mariano

  16. sec1 says:

    Mahopac Goalie Standing Tall

  17. Rover says:

    4-1 half. SI goalie holding score down

  18. sec1 says:

    4-4 Half Town on FO 9 for 10
    Sloppy with ball in O end and must tighten up D.
    Mahopac being efficient on O and Goalie playing well.

  19. sec1 says:

    5-4 Prestreau

  20. Rover says:

    5-4. Cham end 3.

  21. sec1 says:

    6-4 Connor V

  22. sec1 says:

    7-4 Prestreau

  23. sec1 says:

    8-4 Connor V

  24. sec1 says:

    9-4 Prestreau

  25. JR says:

    Rye 7 – 1 over Fox Lane @ half

  26. sec1 says:

    10-5 Mariano

  27. sec1 says:

    10-5 end of 3

  28. Rover says:

    5-4 30 sec SI BALL

  29. sec1 says:

    11-6 Nicky B

  30. sec1 says:

    12-6 Mariano

  31. sec1 says:

    13-6 Prestreau

  32. sec1 says:

    14-6 Mariano
    Mahopac has lost there compouse and taking bad Penaltys

  33. sec1 says:

    15-6 Mariano

  34. sec1 says:

    16-6 Prestreau

  35. sec1 says:

    17-6 Connor V

  36. Rover says:

    5-4 Cham wins. SI goalie outstanding and kept score down. Cham a bit frustrated and took some poor shots. Aside from goalie SI showed why some of their kids are going top D1

  37. says:

    Chaminade holds on for a 5-4 win over previously unbeaten St. ignatius.

  38. old lady says:

    Scores please JJ and LP.

  39. Luv Lax says:

    Final: JJ 13, L/P 9

  40. says:

    Greeley beats Harrison 7-6 in 2OT.

  41. Just sayin says:

    Nade-Town Saturday should be a classic

  42. slacrosse says:

    Rye 8-1 over Fox Lane. Understand very strong effort by Rye on O and D and in goal.

  43. says:

    Brien McMahon leads Norwalk 6-3 at the half of their intercity showdown. Notre Dame-bound Zach Bartolo has three goals.

    • says:

      McMahon leads Norwalk 8-5 after three in the Randy McHugh Trophy game.

      • says:

        McMahon beats intercity rival Norwalk for the ninth straight year, winning 12-6. Zach Bartolo with six goals. McMahon now 5-0 in the FCIAC.

  44. WestLax says:

    7 for Mariano? Ouch, Look out Class B

  45. jones says:

    Kennedy beats Carmel 19-9 so momentum is building with a showdown against No. Salem on the horizon.

  46. pops says:

    Great game up in lagrangeville with the admirals taking and 8-5 halftime lead with brewster scoring 4 straight to take a 9-8 lead, arlington battles back and takes an 11-9 lead…holds on for an 11-10 gut check win..danny hanson led the admirals with 6 goals and 3 assists..very entertaining game..great battle!

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