We didn’t see any real surprises yesterday, but you can see there are going to be some tough games to pick when the playoffs begin. The favorites have really separated themselves from the field in Class B and C, but there is very little separation back in the pack so… Read More →
Photos by Frank Becerra Jr./The Journal News. To view a complete gallery of photos from Yorktown’s win over Lakeland/Panas in the annual Murphy Cup Game, click here.
It’s kind of a quiet afternoon, but there will be some intensity when the light go on. White Plains is hosting Stepinac, in what’s always been a spirited rivalry game. And the gap is beginning to close. Stepinac is getting a little better each season, and this game might have… Read More →
By Mike Dougherty CORTLANDT MANOR — There is plenty Lakeland/Panas could learn from John Jay, starting with coming into the game with the proper mindset and using that intensity to build and early lead. There is plenty the Indians could learn from the Rebels, starting with how to close the… Read More →
We’ve got a rare middle-of-the-week showdown. Mamaroneck, the defending Class A champion, is heading for Bronxville, the defending Class C champion. I’m going, too, but just to write for the blog. The story will not make tomorrow’s paper due to space constraints. (Or maybe the baseball parents are complaining that… Read More →
LoHud Boys Lacrosse Blog Power Rankings Week 4 1. 1. Yorktown (7-1): A busy and complicated week lies ahead 2. 3. Bronxville (6-1): Jack Grass is back up front and playing well 3. 2. John Jay (7-2): Working to eliminate costly mistakes 4. 4. Iona Prep (7-1): St. Anthony’s pays… Read More →
Conor Kelly was comfortable amid chaos. The sophomore midfielder repeatedly emerged from a tangle of bodies with the ball, giving North Salem a big possession advantage earlier this week in a triple-overtime loss against Pearl River. He was a fiend whenever the ball hit the ground. Kelly scooped up 17… Read More →
LoHud Boys Lacrosse Power Rankings Week 3 1. 1. Yorktown (5-1): Pouring in goals against Section 1 competition 2. 3. John Jay (6-1): The winning streak is up to six 3. 2. Bronxville (4-1): Getting tested on a regular basis 4. 4. Iona Prep (4-1): Finding ways to win 5…. Read More →