The preseason recognition for area players continued today with Inside Lacrosse unveiling it’s Top 25 rising juniors. Checking in at No. 12 on the list is Yorktown’s Kevin Interlicchio. Yorktown attackman Kevin Interlicchio is No. 12 among rising juniors i n the nation, according to rankings released today by Inside… Read More →
For the second straight year, two players from the Lower Hudson Valley are ranked among the top 50-ranked rising seniors in the nation. Syracuse-bound attackman/midfielder Joe Marasco of Somers is rated eighth and Johns Hopkins-bound midfielder John Ranagan of Yorktown checks in at No. 35 in Inside Lacrosse’s annual rankings…. Read More →
Iona Prep’s Nick Trizano and John Jay’s James Whalen will both be playing lacrosse at Drexel. But the similarities end there.
Turnabout is fair play as they say. After losing recruit Joe Marasco to Syracuse, Ohio State was able to land a player from Syracuse. Former John Jay star Pete Coluccini will play his final season of collegiate eligibility at Ohio State. Former John Jay all-America goaltender Pete Coluccini is heading… Read More →
Somers is looking for a new head coach.John DeVito has resigned from his position after one year in charge. He took over for Tim Schurr, who was fired after the 2007 after four years as the head coach. Schurr wound up returning as an assistant last season. John DeVito, who… Read More →
Former Putnam Valley star Steve Ammann closed out his career at the University at Albany by showing he contributed a lot more to the Great Danes than as a player. Steve Ammann played alongside his brother Mike for the Albany Great Danes. (Photo courtesy University at Albany athletics)
Here are the scores: A Division: No Limit 8, Green Lobster 2 A1 Division: Publik House 11, Giner Real Estate 3 B Division: Sowest 14, White Plains 6 High school division: White Plains 7, Nanuet 4 No Limit’s Paul Carcaterra is defended by Green Lobster’s Parker McKee during the A-division… Read More →
Iona Prep’s Nick Trizano and John Jay graduate James Whalen are both headed to Drexel, where they will play for head coach Chris Bates, a former standout at John Jay and Dartmouth College.