This fan attending today’s action at the Big City Classic at MetLife Stadium got in the spirit of things by wearing a LaxLessons.com helmet.

The fifth annual Big City Classic didn’t disappoint.

bccToday’s event at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., featured separate high school and collegiate doubleheaders.

The day began with the back-to-back high school games. St. Ignatius (Calif.), after a one-goal loss at previously unbeaten Chaminade, bounced back with a one-goal win of its own, beating Seton Hall Prep 6-5 in overtime. Then, Bergen Catholic and Don Bosco Prep also hooked up in another one-goal game as Bergen Catholic upset Don Bosco Prep 16-15.

Cornell outlasted Princeton in the first college game, 17-10, and Syracuse upset Notre Dame 10-4 in the second game.

It was also a huge day on other fields throughout the tristate, with Yorktown’s 12-8 win over previously unbeaten Chaminade and Manhasset’s 9-7 Woodstick Classic victory against Garden City headlining today’s results. For more on those games, check Joe Lombardi’s weekly column on tristate lacrosse for InsideLacrosse.com.


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