Matt Bocklet, top (shown in action for the Denver Outlaws), has had the upper hand on most of his MLL and NLL opponents during his pro career thus far. Matt Bocklet’s lacrosse career has taken him to many places. From John Jay High School to an NCAA tournament appearance at Fairfield University to an NCAA […]
It’s the final Tuesday of April action, folks, and we have some good ones in store. So let’s get rockin’ and rollin’.
They’re next-door neighbors and best friends. Kevin Interlicchio and John Ranagan also happen to be two of the best boys lacrosse players in the nation.
Jack Doherty of Lakeland/Panas hopes to earn all-America honors for a second straight season. (Photo by Ray Gallagher) There’s a smattering of games on tap for today, folks, but nothing I would consider describing with our special LaxLessons.com term “mega matchup.” And with rain (and potentially lots of it) on the way any way, what […]
If you’re a Section 1 lax fan, there are plenty of afternoon games to pick from on Saturday. Among them: John Jay at Horace Greeley, Lakeland/Panas at Iona Prep and Ward Melville at Yorktown. But at 7:15 p.m., the red-hot Somers Tuskers will be hosting the Clarkstown South Vikings in what is an interesting game […]
Zac Koufakis and the Manhasset Indians picked up a huge 14-13 win at Darien on Saturday. (Photo by Newsphoto.com. See more photos from this game at http://tinyurl.com/d2sw86.) NEW FEATURE: LaxLessons.com player profiles Be sure to get yours up, too!
Headstrong, charismatic, supremely confident … all these superlatives sum up Roy Colsey. The new Ridgefield coach opened a new chapter in his illustrious career with a lopsided win over Bridgeport Central on Wednesday. The sky appears to be the limit for his team in 2009. Colsey has some high expectations, desires he says his players […]
There’s no secret no secret behind Rye’s success during its run to four straight sectional titles. Defense. One of the stars on D for the Garnets has been Donald Keough. Assigned to cover the opposing team’s best offensive player, Keough has routinely produced some pretty impressive results, including last year against Chris Bocklet and John […]
Though only a junior, Yorktown’s Kevin Interlicchio not only has his college choice all sewn up (he’ll attend Hopkins), but he’s now a three-year varsity veteran. Kevin Interlicchio has been an impact player for the Yorktown Huskers since the first game of his varsity career as a freshman when he had four goals and three assists […]
It used to be in lacrosse that the goaltending position was usually held down by players with big hearts, but sometimes less than jaw-dropping athleticism. Luke Robinson of Fox Lane High School in Bedford is part of a new breed. The senior is not only one of his team’s best athletes but one of […]
The Darien Blue Wave will be starting the season in a familiar place as the preseason No. 1 team in Connecticut and a Top 25 team nationally, Dariens surge as a program has been engineered by Jeff Brameier, who is in his 24th year as coach. Brameier, who was named Connecticut coach of the […]
I’ve been watching Rob Bosco play lacrosse since he was an eighth-grader on the varsity team at Hen Hud in northern Westchester, where he earned back-to-back all-America honors his junior and senior seasons. He’s now a sophomore midfielder at Colgate. He’s obviously a lot bigger, stronger and faster now. But you know what? His game […]