With this year’s Cardinal program, it’s impossible to single out one player who made the most significant impact. Calvert Hall completed its mission with a 15-7 win over St. Mary’s (Md.) to claim its third-consecutive MIAA A Conference championship.
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This week’s Northeast notebook highlights the longest streak in the nation ending, St. Anthony’s winning its first championship in three years, a Maine coach winning his 300th and more.
Alex Slusher from Oregon Episcopal appears to be the next player in line to make lacrosse fans notice the sport in the Pacific Northwest.
This episode was recorded in November 2018 with Chris Goldberg of PhillyLacrosse.com to discuss the evolution of the Pennsylvania lacrosse playoff format. With all the discussion about playoff formats, especially in states that are growing, it’s a good episode to listen to how an established state had its own share of growing pains and how it’s continuing to modify its format.
Video: California and New Jersey Firsts and High School Lacrosse Champions Abound! (Latest Lacrosse News)
This week, Canyon Birch and Kevin Groeninger become the first players in New Jersey and California to accomplish feats, lacrosse champions are crowned around the country and the plays of the week feature playoff performances.
This week’s Northeast notebook features Tucker Garrity who became Newtown’s program leader, the region’s second-longest winning streak ending and news from New York and Connecticut.
Stu Pollard from St. Margaret’s Episcopal (Calif.) helped his team to two championships in one week and earn Player of the Week.
Playoff performances highlight today’s 2019 High School Stat Leader update. More than 100 players earn a spot in the latest update to the national list.
This week Mike Loveday recaps the GEICO Lacrosse Showcase games, takes a look at big news from around the country and dives into some of the best plays from the last two weeks in high school lacrosse.
The Warriors ousted Cardinal Mooney (Fla.) 14-13 in overtime to reach the FHSAA Final Four and move one step closer to repeating as state champions.