Plainview-JFK High School
Full game: Port Washington 11, Plainview-JFK 2
May 15, 2013: Watch the complete TV broadcast of No. 3 Port Washington's 11-2 boys lacrosse victory over No. 6 Plainview-JFK in the first round of the Nassau Class A playoffs.It's the quarterfinals of the Nassau County classic playoffs in North Shore panel comes up for what we're watching -- Taking on the -- you. You campaign. While we're here at Hofstra University is the 36 matchup in the -- saying what else. With Port Washington it taking on the succeed blame the champ game. Hello again everyone that's shortest -- today and -- university of on chemistry of our city of these two teams. It's the second meeting of the year between them the first meeting. Port Washington won handedly. Ten to three Buckley -- JFK feels that they can put two hands together they'll be in business it was a 32 game -- halftime. Before that game got away from them and try to get to the Nassau County semi finals for the first time. In school history and for Port Washington trying to get back there for the second year role and eventually to Nassau County championship game. For the first time since 1999. Well played in JFK at defensive minded team of the Atlanta by their senior goalie. A third year player captain Alex seltzer. Again he's a -- -- any plays big in big sponsors tech coach Chris Roland and he's going to be heading for the New York Institute of Technology to continue his lacrosse career. A guy he's going to be trying to stop big time is John Crowley a four year player and captain for four Washington 36 goals on the season. Three goals and an assist in the first meeting in class among them he's going to be playing his collegiate lacrosse Johns Hopkins . So the opening face off and starting lineups are coming your client or Washington. And playing -- JFK it's the quarterfinals next. On an issue varsity. Welcome back to James -- -- -- about Hofstra University matured this -- I'll tell ladies with you for the start of this. 36 match up. Between blame -- chant came and
Plainview-JFK High School Photos
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Photos: Nassau 'A' QF - Port Washington vs. Plainview-JFK
Port Washington 11, Plainview-JFK 2
Primer: Plainview-JFK vs. Port Washington boys lax
Plainview-JFK and Port Washington meet in the Nassau Class A boys lacrosse quarterfinals on MSGVarsity.com at 5:30 p.m.
Highlights: Port Washington 11, Plainview-JFK 2 (5/16/13)
John Crawley led the way with four goals as Port Washington topped Plainview-JFK, 11-2 in the Nassau 'A' boys lacrosse quarterfinals.
Port Washington powers past Plainview-JFK
John Crawley explodes for four goals as Port Washington opens with five straight to top Plainview-JFK, 11-2 in the Nassau 'A' boys lacrosse quarterfinals.
Bauer supported in Hicksville win over Plainview
Ron Bauer scatters five hits, struck out five, walked one and allowed an earned run in six innings in Hicksville's 13-3 win over Plainview-JFK
Highlights: Hicksville 13, Plainview-JFK 3
Mike Reilly had four hits and three runs while Anthony Salomone added three hits and two RBIs to lead Hicksville over Plainview-JFK in Nassau Conference AA-II baseball.
Long Island baseball's top 25 catchers for 2013
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Highlights: Port Washington 55, Plainview-JFK 52
Jan. 15, 2013: Watch highlights from Port Washington's (blue) 55-52 boys basketball victory over Plainview-JFK (white).
Plainview-JFK's Vitale poetry in motion
Victoria Vitale tries not to think beyond individual steps -- the first one leading her down the vaulting runway, and then the one after that. Eventually, the Plainview JFK gymnast hits the springboard, and that's where it gets complicated: an accelerated step onto the bouncing mat, propelling her