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Last year in Conference CD, the Glen Cove Big Red boys’ lacrosse team finished with a 6-9 final record headed by longtime coach Steve Tripp. This year, Tripp returns 8 starters in a now ability-based Conference B ranked currently as the #4 team in the league. The focus for the Big Red however, remains on the fundamentals. more
A young South Side team is searching for a comfort zone together after opening the season with consecutive wins against Conference II rivals Carle Place and Calhoun before falling to defending Class C girls’ lacrosse champions Wantagh. more
Wins have been few and far between for the Valley Stream District boys’ lacrosse team in recent years, but a more competitive spirit at the start of this season could result in some victories this spring. more
Graduating eight of the previous year’s starters, including the two leading goal scorers and the starting goalkeeper, is a daunting prospect for any coach. And while Robyn Pastuch said she’ll sorely miss the production from her departed Hewlett girls’ lacrosse roster, she’s also excited to shape a new culture of successful young athletes. more
After consecutive losses to start the season, the Lynbrook girls’ lacrosse team finally broke into the win column and regained the form that made it a tough out in last year’s playoffs with a 14-9 win over Calhoun last Friday. more
Breaking in a new goaltender and missing one of its top scorers has made for a challenging start for Clarke’s girls’ lacrosse team, which graduated 13 contributors from last year’s 5-win squad. more
When it comes to Calhoun’s girls’ lacrosse roster this spring, youth is served. Coach James Raucci, in his ninth year at the helm, is working with his youngest squad by far and witnessed an early growth spurt in just the fourth game of the season. more
After stumbling out of the gate with an almost entirely new starting lineup, MacArthur girls’ lacrosse is hitting its stride and eyeing a big finish. more
The Carey girls come off an up-and-down lacrosse season that resulted in seven wins and left the Lady Seahawks out of the playoffs. With a blend of talented returnees and some promising newcomers, Conference IV’s top-seeded team is hoping for more in 2018. more
Despite graduating 10 significant contributors from a nine-win team that reached the Nassau Class A girls’ lacrosse semifinals for a fourth straight season, Oceanside is back running with the big dogs in Conference I. more
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