Eddie G extended his lead in the final week of the regular season, but the playoffs are where it really counts.
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In Friday night’s Rising Senior game that was part of the annual Long Island Lacrosse Showcase, teamwork as much as talent was on display in Suffolk’s 12-8 victory over Nassau before a crowd of more than 300 at Farmingdale State.
He ran 9 yards for the game’s first score, giving Long Island a 7-0 lead with 4:53 left in the first quarter. In the fourth, he caught a 12-yard pass from Carey’s Michael Catanese that helped Long Island take a 34-33 lead with 1:46 left.
MSG Varsity selects the Top 100 football players from Long Island as they enter the 2016 season.
Klemm and Catanese hope to share the ball with a fleet of fleet receivers that includes Green, track star Infinite Tucker (Huntington), Mike Elardo (Syosset), James Pryor (St. Anthony’s) and four more players with game-breaking skills.
Congratulations to everyone named to the All-Long Island Second Team and Honorable Mention for the 2016 Girls Lacrosse season
Kopstein braved rainy conditions and won the 1,600 in 4 minutes, 38.40 seconds Saturday morning at the Longwood Classic at Longwood High School.
Harris, a junior, won the one mile race walk in six minutes, 57.36 seconds on the second day of the weekend-long New Balance Indoor Nationals. Ashleigh Resch of Beavercreek, Ohio held the old record for two days shy of a calendar year, walking the national race in 7:00.33 last March.
Mercy’s Meg Tuthill got a boost from Kaitlyn Butterfield, who pushed the pace to help propel her teammate and training partner to a strong finish in the 1,000 meters. It resulted in a first-place 2:55.22 finish for Tuthill at the Molloy Stanner Games at the Armory in Manhattan on Saturday. ...
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