There are not a lot of games on the schedule because of Passover and Easter, but we do have some compelling match-ups.
I’m heading down the road in a little to watch John Jay and Rye, so let the complaints begin. This will make three Indians games in a week, and there’s no way I’m missing next week’s showdown with Somers. It’s an overdose of Beck and Branca, I know, but the schedule is top heavy with important John Jay games.
After next week, I promise, no more Indians stories for at least 72 hours unless some rogue lacrosse parents show up at the superintendent’s office with lawyers.
Yorktown is down in Maryland, playing Fallston (1-4) and would no doubt like to keep the momentum going with visits to Chaminade and Smithtown West coming up next week. Somers is under the lights against New Canann (0-1), and I’m sure nobody’s forgotten the drama in a 15-11 win by the Tuskers last year. Tappan Zee is looking to remain undefeated before testing itself against Hen Hud and Brewster. Mamaroneck is again playing a pretty good non-league schedule in hopes of strengthening the program and will be hosting Fairfield-Ludlow (0-1), which beat the Tigers 8-4 last spring.
Please leave a score if you’re out watching. Check my Twitter feed during the day, I’ll post updates from my game along with any other tidbits I come across.
Saturday, April 7
Rye at John Jay, noon
Yorktown at Fallston (Md.), noon
Somers at New Canaan, 7 p.m.
Tappan Zee at Ossining, 9 a.m.
Fairfield-Ludlow at Mamaroneck, 1 p.m.
No games scheduled