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Wednesday, April 17th Results
A heavy Power League schedule on Wednesday saw Massapequa knock off Wantagh, South Side defeat Farmingdale at home, and Manhasset win a tight game over Port Washington. Syosset stepped back into Conference A to gain a victory over Hicksville, and in Conference B Roslyn won their fifth stright game by outscoring Division Avenue, 12-3. 
Monday April 15 Results
Division Ave 12, Clarke 9
Division Ave defeated Clarke , 12-9, in a non-league game played in Levittown. Division (4-4) was led by Liam Burns with two goals and three assists and Chris Gordon, who scored five times. Lucas Barsuaskas scored six goals and added two assists for Clarke (2-8).     [ BOX SCORE
Sunday Special- Manhasset 6, Shoreham-Wading River 4
Manhasset 6, Shoreham-Wading River 4
The one game played on Sunday was a good one, an inter-county non-league game between Manhasset and Shoreham-Wading River played at Long Island University. The game was a rematch of the 2023 Long Island Championship that was won by the Indians, 11-6. The teams, two of the top squads in the state, played a much closer game today, but the Indians held serve, winning 6-4. Their record now stands at 7-2.
The Manhasset defense, helped by seven saves from senior Matt Im, held the Wildcats to one second half goal. Six different players scored the six Manhasset goals, who improved to 4-0 all-time against Shoreham-Wading River (4-2).  [ BOX SCORE]
Saturday Results-LATE UPDATE!
Herricks 16, Hempstead 1
The Highlanders improve to 5-3 with a win over Hempstead in Conference A play. Troy Madden (5g-5a), Brayden Haase (2g-3a), and Riley Royals (3g-1a) did the offensive damage for Herricks. Adrian Beltre made 21 saves for Hempstead (0-6).    [ BOX SCORE
Friday April 12th Game Results
Clarke 10, Lawrence 1
Clarke (2-7) was led by Lucas Barsuaskas (1g-4a), Connor Morgan (3g-2a), and David Quesada (2g-2a) in a home win over Lawrence (0-8).   [ BOX SCORE
WEDNESDAY RESULTS- Wantagh Downs South Side
Let's take a look at the results from yesterday's games, starting with a full slate of action in the Power League
Thursday: North Wins the Battle Of Great Neck
Great Neck North 9, Great Neck South 5
Dan Perlman scored five goals and added an assist to lead Great Neck North over Great Neck South. Sophomore Brian Scheidt made 18 saves in goal for the Blazers (2-5). Great Neck South (2-5) goaltender Robin Varughese made 10 saves in the loss.    [ BOX SCORE
Game Results for Tuesday April 9
With games in every conference today, here are today's recaps: In Conf A - 
Game Results For Monday, April 8th
South Side 15, Lynbrook 6
The Cyclones moved to 6-0 with a non-league win over host Lynbrook. Michael Melkonian won 17 of 19 faceoffs and scored a goal for South Side and teammate Michael Aiello had three goals and three assists. Junior Cullen Lynch added four goals and an assist. Caiden Lung made 12 saves for the Owls (2-4).   [ BOX SCORE] ... MORE SCORE
Saturday Roundup- Garden City, Farmingdale Win Big Non-League Matchups
Both Garden City and Farmingdale won big non-league matchups on Saturday, April 6th. The Trojans improved their overall record to 4-2 with a 9-3 victory over visiting Ward Melville. Garden City has now won three straight games against the Patriots who, who are now 3-2 on the season. Carson Kraus and Andrew Ottomanelli each scored two goals and an each had an assist, and Denis Fargione made 10 saves for Garden City. Luke Cascadden (4-6) and Brayden Robertiello (6-9) combined to win 10 of 15 faceoffs and the Garden City defense held Ward Melville to one second half goal
Port Washington Picks Up First Victory; Manhasset Falls At Darien
Port Washington 7, Massapequa 6
Port Washington notched their first win of the season today with a hard-fought 7-6 victory at Massapequa. The game not only gave the Vikings a much-needed victory after four straight losses, but it was a critical win in terms of the Class A playoff seeding. Port came out on fire, leading 4-1 after the first quarter. Pequa rallied, but the Vikings held on for the win. Brendan Lang scored twice, Griffin Marvin won 13 of 17 faceoffs, and freshman goalie Max Eynon made 16 saves for Port Washington. who defeated the Chiefs (3-3) for the third consecutive time. [ BOX SCORE]  .....MORE SCORE
Results From Friday, April 5th- Calhoun Remains Undefeated!
Calhoun 12, Mepham 11
Calhoun reamined undefeated by defeating host Mepham in Conference B, 12-11.  Harley Finkelstein led the Colts (6-0) with four goals and an assist and Mark Restivo made 16 saves in goal. Mepham was down 9-3 at halftime, but rallied with seven third quarter goals. Liam Williams (3g-3a), Owen Heller (4a), and James Henningson (4g-0a) were the offensive leaders for the Pirates (3-2). [ BOX SCORE] ... MORE SCORE


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2024 SEASON PREVIEW PART FOUR: CLASS C AND D
Nassau Class C lacrosse in 2024 has a different look to it with defending state champion Manhasset moving up to Class B. Joining the Indians are a senior-laden South Side team and a Carey squad that looks to be much improved. This shift leaves Wantagh as the top-dog in Class C, with a number of other schools hoping to make it to Hofstra in May and raise the championship trophy
2024 SEASON PREVIEW PART TWO- CLASS A PREVIEW
Class A in Nassau appears to be pretty wide open this year, as defending champion Farmingdale suffered some heavy graduation losses from their NYS Class A finalist team in 2023...
2024 SEASON PREVIEW PART THREE- CLASS B PREVIEW
Nassau Class B in 2024 looks to be a dogfight between Garden City, Manhasset, and South Side. The Trojans won the NYS Class B championship last year, while Manhasset was the NYS Class C champion. Both are now fighting for the chance to win Nassau..
2024 SEASON PREVIEW PART ONE: SEEDING
With the start of the 2024 season just a week away, it's the perfect time for a preview of the upcoming campaign. This spring boys lacrosse in Nassau County will have a different league/conference alignment for the first time in several years with the creation of a select power conference. 
LOOKING BACK AT THE 2023 SEASON
2023 was a banner year for lacrosse in Nassau County with fifty-one teams competing with over 1,745 athletes on varsity rosters. There were 429 regular season games played and the 199 conference games determined the regular season champions. Farmingdale (Class A), Garden City (Class B), and Manhasset (Class C/D) each finished on top with 8-0 records in conference play. 
Week One Preview

 BLAXEIGHT REPORT:  This week marks the start of interscholastic boys lacrosse competition in Nasssau County. Over thirty-five games will be played this week, with many squads mixing in scrimmages as well. 


NYS Championship Streak Continues

 BLAXEIGHT REPORT:  With victories by three teams on June 11, 2021, Section VIII Boys Lacrosse continued an impressive streak of winning state championships that dates back to 2009. With wins by Garden City in Class B, Manhasset in Class C, and Cold Spring Harbor in Class D, Nassau has had a state champion in twelve consecutive seasons


We are Open for Everyone

 BLAXEIGHT REPORT:  With a great effort by many of the coaches, we are pleased to open the new scholastic lacrosse website for Nassau County lacrosse. 


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