Xavier Arline scored 13 points in two games for Shoreham-Wading River to help his team to the Long Island Class C championship.
This weekend’s Midwest high school lacrosse notebook focuses on championship weekend in three states and the end of an era in Michigan.
This week’s Mid-Atlantic notebook digs into the situation Palmyra (Pa.) faced as their season ended abruptly. Morristown-Beard (N.J.) pulled off a huge comeback in a win-or-go-home game and Virginia’s final teams are set.
Michael Ward and Mike Loveday recap their thoughts of the 2019 high school lacrosse season. They discuss what it was like for Ward to be a reporter for the first time ever, pick their favorite moments and make some predictions for the championship games that were played on Saturday, June 1.
LaxRecords, Inc. (NFP) and ProspectCNNCT are teaming up to sponsor a team at the Legends Western Invitational held in Salt Lake City, Utah from July 10 to July 11.
The Northeast Notebook dives into the latest news from the last week. New Canaan (Conn.) wins the FCIAC, Geneva (N.Y.) moves on to the finals without its coaches, Jamesville-DeWitt (N.Y.) is back on top and a program record in Connecticut highlight this week.
Most of the Midwest Region wraps up this week with the Indiana, Illinois and Ohio championship games on Saturday. Michigan wraps up its season on June 8.
Matthew Civitella scored two goals, including the game-winner to give Malvern Prep a 9-8 win over Haverford School (Pa.) in the Inter-Ac championship.
Is Calvert Hall the greatest MIAA A Conference team of all-time? This Week in Lacrosse dives into the discussion along with the biggest upset in New Jersey, New Canaan (Conn.) winning its first title in six years along with news out of Pennsylvania and high school lacrosse championship recaps from California.
As the West Region winds down, Nevada and Washington both crowed state champions as Minnesota and Oregon both are weeks away from naming their 2019 champion.