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Monday marked the first official day of varsity practices and tryouts for public school teams and many private school squads in New York.
In the photo above, coach Nic Bell of Trinity-Pawling in the Hudson Valley (NY) works with his players.
If you have a photo from opening week of practice, send it to us at email@example.com or on Twitter @LaxLessons.com.
After New York teams get practices and tryouts, New Jersey squads will get things going, followed by Connecticut schools.
As we get set to get rocking and rolling with the start of the season, here are some links to check out:
- Links to NY/NJ/CT boys, girls 2016 schedules
- Rundown of biggest day of scrimmages on Long Island
- 10 CHSAA (NY) games to watch
- 10 New Jersey games to watch
- 10 Suffolk (NY) games to watch
- 10 Hudson Valley (NY) games to watch
- 10 FCIAC (CT) games to watch
- Preseason player perspective archive
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