Player’s perspective: Towson-bound Sunday hopes to keep Arlington (NY) in Section 1 title contention

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Arlington has emerged as a program on the rise in New York’s Hudson Valley. After finishing 3-14 in 2008, the Admirals improved to 8-10 in 2009, 10-7 in 2010 and 11-6 in 2011 before enjoying a breakthrough run to the Section 1 Class A semifinals i 2012. Last season, an 11-6 season ended with a […]

Player’s perspective: JD Colarusso, Arlington (NY) goaltender

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Arlington’s boys lacrosse team is in the midst of a rapid rise and one of there are two initials that are among the reasons that the Admirals have risen to title-contender status in New York’s Section 1 Class A. JD. As in JD Colarusso. The last line of defense, the senior goaltender has helped Arlington […]

Towson-bound Sunday is first sophomore commit for Arlington (NY)

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Brendan Sunday has provided Arlington High School (NY) with a noteworthy first. The attackman/midfielder has become the first boys lacrosse player in program history to make a college commitment. As first reported late last month at Twitter.com/joe_lombardi, Sunday has decided on Towson University. At 6-foot-4, 182 pounds, Sunday has exceptional size to go along with […]