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Most Overtimes in Boys’ Lacrosse History

by Mike Loveday

The more overtimes, the more the pressure mounts, which is why LaxRecords.com is highlighting the most overtimes in boys' lacrosse history.

To qualify for this list, teams must be playing a varsity schedule and play at least four overtimes.

Games are added to this list as discovered. This list is expected to be incomplete as not all states and teams report statistics. I am publishing an incomplete list now in hopes of participation from our readers.

To submit a performance to the national records list, have the head coach or an official team statistician e-mail information to Mike Loveday.

I recorded a podcast with the Western Albemarle (Va.) and St. Anne's-Belfield (Va.) coaches who were involved in the 14-overtime game. It's great to hear how each coach approached the game and overtimes.

 

I recorded a podcast with coaches Mike Caravana and of Western Albemarle and St. Anne's-Belfield about the longest game in boys’ high school lacrosse history.

On April 4, 1985, (Charlottesville, Va.) met Western Albemarle (Crozet, Va.) in the Dogwood Tournament. These teams played a 14 overtime game, which stands as the known record for the longest game played.

OTWinning TeamLosing TeamSt.FinalDateYear
14Western Albemarle (Crozet)St. Anne's-Belfield (Charlottesville)VA4-3Apr-41985
9St. Anthony's (South Huntington)Chaminade (Mineola)NY6-5Jun-11995
8Lassiter (Marietta)Pope (Marietta)GA9-8Apr-222016
7Arlington (Arlington)Woburn (Woburn)MA6-5May-182013
7New Canaan (New Canaan)Darien (Darien)CT10-9Jun-61996
7Okemos (Okemos)Saline (Saline)MI9-8Mar-242012
6Chesapeake (Lake Shore)Annapolis (Annapolis)MD5-6Apr-92010
6Fordham Prep (Bronx)Kellenberg Memorial (Uniondale)NY6-5May-72015
6Gloucester (Gloucester)Danvers (Danvers)MA8-7Apr-122016
6Robert E. Lee (Jacksonville)Atlantic Coast (Jacksonville)FL4-3Mar-52019
6Midland (Midland)St. Mary's (Orchard Lake)MI5-4Apr-182015
6Penn Yan (Penn Yan)Canandaigua (Canandaigua)NY7-61997
6Simsbury (Simsbury)New Fairfield (New Fairfield)CT9-8May-52014
5Bartram Trail (Fla.)Menendez (Fla.)FL8-7Mar-52009
5Cranbrook School (Bloomfield Hills)Detroit Country Day (Beverly Hills)MI11-10Apr-132004
5Grosse Pointe South (Grosse Pointe Farms)L'Anse Creuse (Harriston Twp.)MI5-4Apr-252006
5Libertyville (Libertyville)New Trier (Winnetka)IL6-5May-172016
5Longmeadow (Mass.)Concord-Carlisle (Concord)MA7-6Jun-111983
5Mount Hebron (Ellicott City)Glenelg (Glenelg)MD5-4Apr-152016
5Brooke Point (Stafford)Stafford (Stafford)VA9-8May-192016
5Novi (Novi)Huron (Ann Arbor)MI9-8May-122007
5West Springfield (West Springfield)Annandale (Annandale)VA8-7Mar-272007
4Alta (Sandy)Juan Diego Catholic (Drapher)UT10-9May-12012
4Arlington (Lagrangeville)Horace Greeley (Chappaqua)NY11-10Apr-202017
4Bedford (Bedford)Souhegan (Amherst)NH4-3May-222017
4Birmingham (Beverly Hills)Rochester Adams (Rochester Hills)MI6-5Apr-112017
4Bishop Watterson (Columbus)Worthington Kilbourne (Columbus)OH7-6May-272017
4Brighton (Brighton)Park City (Park City)UT13-12Apr-32012
4Burr-Burton Academy (Manchester)Mount Anthony Union (Bennington)VT12-11May-52015
4Cardinal Gibbons (Raleigh)St. Christopher's (Richmond)NC11-10Mar-152014
4Chartiers Valley (Bridgeville)South Fayette (McDonald)PA7-6May-102017
4Chantilly (Chantilly)West Springfield (West Springfield)VA6-5Mar-232007
4Immaculate Danbury (Danbury)Valley Regional (Deep River)CT11-10Apr-232016
4Greenwich (Greenwich)Ridgefield (Ridgefield)CT8-7Apr-152014
4Chariho (Wood River Junction)Middletown (Middletown)RI9-8Apr-292016
4Ensworth (Nashville)Evangelical Christian (Cordova)TN9-8Apr-222016
4Falls Church (Falls Church)Edison (Alexandria)VA8-7Apr-282015
4Georgetown Prep (Bethesda)Landon (North Bethesda)MD9-8Apr-252008
4Grosse Ile (Grosse Ile)Canton-Salem (Plymouth-Canton)MI8-7May-212007
4Haslett-Williamston (Williamston)Waverly (Lansing)MI7-6Apr-192011
4Holland Christian (Holland)GR Catholic Central (Grand Rapids)MI11-10May-132010
4Justin Siena (Napa)Sacred Heart Cathedral (San Francisco)CA10-9Mar-62017
4Landon (North Bethesda)Georgetown Prep (Bethesda)MD7-6May-182002
4Lansdale Catholic (Lansdale)Plymouth-Whitemarsh (Plymouth Meeting)PA8-7May-32017
4L'Anse Creuse (Harrison Twp.)East Grand Rapids (Grand Rapids)MI8-71997
4Loudoun Valley (Purcellville)Freedom-South Riding (South Riding)VA10-9Mar-312016
4Mendham (N.J.)Morristown (N.J.)NJ8-7Mar-292017
4Mentor (Mentor)N-D Cathedral Latin (Chardon)OH11-10Apr-42016
4Mount Lebanon (Pittsburgh, Pa.)St. Ignatius (Cleveland)Pa.11-10Apr-52008
4North Atlanta (Atlanta)Woodstock (Woodstock)GA10-9Mar-32017
4Patuxent (Lusby)McDonough (Pomfret)MD6-5May-132016
4American Fork (American Fork)Spanish Fork (Spanish Fork)UT7-6Mar-222011
4St. Augustine Prep (Richland)Rumson-Fair Haven (Rumson)NJ6-5May-22017
4St. James (Murrells Inlet)Myrtle Beach (Myrtle Beac)SC6-5Apr-72016
4St. Charles (Columbus)Bishop Watterson (Columbus)OH7-6May-212016
4St. Edward (Lakewood)St. John's (Toldeo)OH8-7Apr-82016
4St. Margaret's Episcopal (San Juan Capistrano)Santa Margaria Catholic (Rancho Santa Margarita)CA10-9Mar-212017
4St. Mary's (Orchard Lake)Canton (Canton)MI10-9Apr-102014
4Royal Oak (Royal Oak)Waterford (Waterford)MI6-5May-32006
4Vineland (Vineland)Atlantic City (Atlantic City)NJ4-3Apr-222015
4Walton (Marietta)Fathern Ryan (Nashville, Tenn.)GA8-7Feb-242017
4Westerville South (Westerville)Westerville North (Westerville)OH10-9May-112012
4River Bluff (S.C.)Blythewood (S.C.)SC11-10Feb-282018
4Winter Haven (Fla.)Lakeland Christian (Fla.)FL10-9Mar-82018
5Comstock Park (Mich.)Jenison (Mich.)MI3-2March222018
4Grosse Pointe North (Mich.)Univ. Detroit Jesuit (Mich.)MI12-11Mar-262018
4Academy of the New Church (Pa.)Princeton Day School (N.J.)PAJul-6April262018

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