Meet the 2017 All-Long Island Boys Lacrosse Second Team and Honorable Mention selections. All told, 56 athletes from 27 different schools were honored by News 12 Varsity for their contributions this season.
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Lynbrook and Locust Valley face off in the Nassau 'C' semifinal Wednesday afternoon at Hofstra University on News12Varsity.com.
Lynbrook vs Locust Valley Boys Lacrosse Nassau Class C Semis
For the second time this season, Lynbrook and Locust Valley played to a close 12-9 result. However, this time it was Lynbrook that captured the victory in the Nassau ‘C’ semifinals at James M. Shuart Stadium Wednesday evening.
Locust Valley Jack Ward Jr., 138 pounds Highlights: Ward had the most pins in the least amount of time when he pinned Oyster Bay’s Jack Wiebolt twice in 1:49. Oyster Bay Keith Cassar Jr., 113 pounds Highlights: Cassar garnered the Most Outstanding Wrestler award for his 16-0 technical fall victory
John DeRidder and Christian Tartaglia pin their way to Nassau II titles while Locust Valley clinches its sixth straight Nassau II championship.
Seaford overcame a halftime deficit to defeat Locust Valley, 28-14, in the Nassau Conference IV semifinals at Hofstra University on Saturday.
Locust Valley vs Seaford Nassau Conference IV Football Semis
Condon had two goals and an assist and Olson, who scored the championship-winning goal on an overtime penalty shot last February, had a goal and an assist as the Bulldogs (5-0) stretch their Michelino Division unbeaten streak to 25 games.
In Week 5 of Memorable Mondays, we look back at the top boys lacrosse games from 2016 on Long Island.