The girls soccer season on Long Island is just around the corner and we can’t wait for the opening kickoff. After a memorable fall of 2016, there are a few intriguing storylines, and some major players returning, for the 2017 campaign.
Manhasset High School Photos
As arguably the home office of the sport on the high school level, Long Island lacrosse is a year-round sport and we take a look back at a spectacular 2017 and look ahead at what should be a fun 2018. Here’s some of the top storylines and returning players.
We take a look ahead at the 2018 girls lacrosse season on Long Island with some intriguing storylines and some of the top players to watch
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.
The 31-member class was announced at a press conference at the renovated Nassau Coliseum Wednesday morning. It is also where the County High School Athletics Hall of Fame will be housed.
Cold Spring Harbor finishes the year atop the Long Island boys lacrosse power rankings. Find out who joins the three-time state champions
Matt Licciardi and the Seahawks of Cold Spring Harbor celebrated a third consecutive Long Island Class C title Saturday. Find out who joins them in this week's Tri-State Top 20
Manhasset vs Chaminade Boys Lacrosse
Manhasset and Chaminade take the field for the 10th annual Lead the Way Lacrosse Day for Heroes Saturday at 4 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
After beating rival Syosset, Massapequa takes the biggest move up in this week's Tri-State Boys Lacrosse Top 20 poll.