Yorktown (NY) 2015 Dan DelBene will follow his twin brother’s path to Division I lacrosse

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Dan DelBene and his twin brother, Nick, found a useful purpose for lacrosse sticks long before they started playing the game. “We used sticks to get wiffle balls out of the gutter,” Dan said. “But by the time the fourth grade came, our father had sticks in our hands for a different reason. “When we […]

Lefty middie DelBene is first 2015 commit for Yorktown (NY)

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Nick DelBene is the one. Yorktown, among the most renowned and successful varsity programs from sea to shining sea, has its first Class of 2015 commit. Towson University, meanwhile, has its second tristate rising junior verbal. DelBene gave a verbal to Towson yesterday, a commitment first reported when it was made by Joe Lombardi on […]

Somers (NY) midfielder Corpolongo sets sights on St. John’s

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It was quite a week for the Somers High School (N.Y.) boys lacrosse program. The Tuskers saw two rising seniors commit to Division I programs in a 24-hour, midweek stretch. Attackman Tim Cousin will join his brother Kevin at Siena College. And, in another brother combo, Justin Corpolongo is the latest member of his family […]

News & Notes: Bocklet family featured; more headlines

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With four siblings who have played or are playing Division I lacrosse, the Bocklets may be the first family of lacrosse in New York’s Hudson Valley. News 12 anchor/reporter Pete Ruf takes a behind-the-scenes look at the Bocklets in this feature segment. That’s among the headlines from this past week. Here are links to some […]

John Jay junior continues Bocklet family’s D-I lacrosse tradition

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Graham Bocklet didn’t have to look far to find some positive role models when it comes to lacrosse. The John Jay junior grew up surrounded by it. His four cousins either played or played at the Division I level — attackman Mike Bocklet (Fairfield University), defenseman Matt Bocklet (Johns Hopkins), attackman Chris Bocklet (University of […]