Lake-effect snow puts halt to varsity action in Central/Western NY

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It’s called the Snow Belt for a reason. But heavy snow in the spring? Enough is enough. That’s the feeling of folks from Buffalo to Rochester to Syracuse, who have been hit by a lake-effect snowstorm that has resulted in the postponement of many varsity events. Among the games off for today – the scheduled […]

Sacred Heart lands commitment from athletic middie Wyman

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With the official announcement expected to come Tuesday that former Mets and Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine will become its athletic director, Sacred Heart University is very much in the news. The Pioneers also made their mark on the lacrosse recruiting scene this past week, landing a verbal commitments from one of the top juniors […]

Player’s perspective: Justin Diamond, Jamesville-Dewitt (NY) attackman

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Predicting Jamesville-Dewitt will once again contend for a New York state championship is hardly going out on a limb. After all, the Red Rams have won three state titles the last five seasons. How does JD look heading into 2013? For a look, we turn to Justin Diamond. The senior attackman is bound for Boston […]

Central New York standout Gait finds perfect fit in Princeton

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Braedon Gait is a rare type of player. The junior midfielder from Christian Brothers Academy (N.Y.) can control a game from midfield. Gait is a technically sound player who can break down defenses with his dodging ability and outstanding shooting and stick skills. Those traits are synonymous with Braedon’s surname. After all, his father, Gary, […]