Yorktown closes out its regular-season home schedule on Saturday when the Huskers host St. Anthony’s.

LL_Game-Day-CROPPED16But tonight marks Yorktown’s final 2013 home game under the lights, and it will be even more meaningful because it will be Senior Night as Yorktown faces Arlington, coached by former Yorktown standout Donny Connolly, at 7 p.m.

Senior Night will also be observed at Hen Hud as the Sailors host Lakeland/Panas at 7 p.m.

Smithtown East also ends the week with a huge home game — against interdistrict rival Smithtown West on Friday. But today, the Bulls will be marking their Senior Day when they host Hauppauge at 4:30 p.m.

Also in Suffolk, Northport hosts Middle Country t 4:15 p.m. at Veterans Park, Half Hollow Hills East plays at Sachem North at 4:30 p.m. and Ward Melville hosts Connetquot at 7 p.m.

In Nassau, Garden City hosts South Side at 4:30 p.m., Manhasset plays at home against Levittown Division at 5 p.m. and Long Beach takes on Wantagh under the lights at Long Beach Middle School at 7 p.m.

A pair of 2012 Section 1 class finalists meet up at John Jay when the Indians host Mahopac at 5 p.m. Also of note, Putnam Valley visits Croton-Harmon, Pleasantville plays at Horace Greeley and Harrison hosts Fox Lane at 4:30 p.m.

Turning to Connecticut, today’s spotlight game is a 4:30 p.m. encounter between FCIAC West Division leader Ridgefield and FCIAC East Division co-leader Darien at 4:30 p.m. at DHS Stadium. Weston plays at Joel Barlow in a battle of Class S powers at 4:30 p.m.

In New Jersey, Don Bosco Prep, which beat Dwight Engelwood 16-1 in the opening round of the Bergen County Tournament last week, hosts Mahwah today in the second round. Also of note, Ramapo hosts Bergen Catholic.

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25 Responses to “Tuesday, 5/7: Yorktown, Hen Hud, Smithtown East celebrate their seniors; Ridgefield visits Darien; Don Bosco Prep hosts Mahwah in Bergen County playoffs”

  1. Pops says:

    Yorktown vs Arlington game is cancelled due to a bomb scare called in to Arlington. All after school activities are cancelled until the school is sweeped and cleared…..

  2. sec1 says:

    JJ 1-0 Smith

  3. sec1 says:

    2-0 Smith

  4. sec1 says:

    2-0 JJ after 1

  5. sec1 says:

    3-0 Scaperlli
    4-0 R Lee

  6. sec1 says:

    JJ 4-0 Half

  7. LaxLessons.com says:

    It’s Darien 7, Ridgefield 6, just under way in the fourth quarter. Darien led 6-5 at the half and 4-2 after the first quarter.

    • LaxLessons.com says:

      Big win for Darien today, 9-7 over Ridgefield (11-2). Young Blue Wave team, which started off season 4-4, has now won four of its last five. Check back for final stats.

      • LaxLessons.com says:

        Darien 4 – 2 – 1 – 2 = 9

        Ridgefield 2 – 3- 1 – 1 = 7

        Darien Scoring:

        John Reed 2-2

        Kevin Seiler 2-0

        Peter Lindley 2-0

        Ian Burgoyne 2-0

        Jack Kniffin 1-2

        Ridgefield Scoring:

        Baker 3-0

        Mathias 2-0

        Dunn 1-1

        Dearth 1-4

        Darien Goalie Saves:

        Phil Huffard 11

        Ridgefield Goalie Saves:

        Shannon 7

        Faceoffs: Andrew Pugliese of Darien was 19/21

        Ridgefield Record: 11-2 (8-1 FCIAC)

        Darien Record: 8-5 (8-1 FCIAC)

  8. sec1 says:


  9. sec1 says:

    5-1 Scaperatti

  10. sec1 says:

    6-1 Chitts

  11. The Rock says:

    Final… Nyack 14, Suffern 7

  12. LI Guy says:

    Lynbrook 8, Hewlett 6
    Bay Shore 10, Pat-Med 5

  13. Laxman78 says:

    Lp hen HUD score ?

  14. LaxLessons.com says:

    Final: Glen Ridge 11, Montclair Kimberley Academy 10

  15. sec1 says:

    6-2 JJ Final

  16. LaxLessons.com says:

    Final: Garden City 5, South Side 3

  17. LaxLessons.com says:

    Final: Don Bosco Prep 12, Mahwah 3 in the Bergen County quarterfinals.

    Ironmen will play Ridgewood in semis on Thursday.

  18. always around says:

    HH AT HALF 5-4 HH

  19. Luv Lax says:

    Final: L/P 10, HH 7

  20. timeschange says:

    Never thought I would see a Darien post that they were happy they were 8-5 with 3 to play..i guess the game is really changing?

    • laxr says:

      Not for long. Darien graduates almost no one this year.

      • timeschange says:

        If they end the season with 7 or 8 losses does everyone returning mean that much? Are they maybe just hitting their stride and will be very strong the rest of the year and next year. I would have to go with the latter just based on the talent that program produces.Personally I think they win Fciacs this year.looking forward to some gd lax these next 3 weeks.

        • laxr says:

          I think the fact that they return so much more than they usually do cancels out the fact that the current squad is worse than usual. Darien usually replaces at least half their starting lineup, but next year they only lose 3 players of importance: Seiler (A/M), and the two SSDMs Gesualdi and Raia. Seiler is good but not good enough to leave a void, and I have to think that SSDM is easier to replace than most positions because athleticism is more common than elite skill.

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