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    With ESG's cancelled, NY Lax leaders and Nike step up

    Disappointment among sports enthusiasts reigned all across New York when the 2009 edition of the Empire State Games were officially cancelled.

    Lacrosse was especially hard hit, since college coaches from around the country used the Games to both find hidden gems on the rosters of the teams from around the state, and to validate signings already made. From the perspective of the student athlete, making the team and playing in the Games is a huge step in getting your name and playing abilities known to these coaches. Huge in that it can lead to a college scholarship, full or partial, or at the very least, an extended lacrosse career after high school. Kids who have been playing lacrosse since before they could read never want it to end.

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    Relentless Girls Lacrosse Camp

    Camp Director: Courtney Farrell, (Cornell University '08)
    Assistant Coach at American University, Graduate of FMHS
    All -American & 4 time All Ivy Selection

    Dates: July 23-25,
    Time: 9:00am -1:00pm
    Place: Wellwood Middle School, Fayetteville

    Prospect Division (Grades 9-12) - High level, high intensity high energy play and instruction accompanied by a college recruiting question and answer session

    Futures Division (Grades 6-8) - Improve your lacrosse skills learning from college coaches and players.

    Rising Stars Division ( Grades 2-5) - Whether you are just beginning or have played before, enjoy a fun-filled camp experience.

    Fee: $90 - Checks can be made payable to : Courtney Farrell

    Registration begins at 8:30am on July 23rd

    Email Courtney Farrell (courtneyjfarrell@gmail.com) to sign up!



    NJCAA Lacrosse Men’s Coaches Association Announces End of The Year Awards 

    Delhi, NY: The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Men’s Lacrosse Coaches Association is pleased to announce the end of the season awards for the 2009 season.

    The Glen Gerrato Award recognizing the top Offensive player in NJCAA Men’s Lacrosse is given to Onondaga Community College’s Sophomore Attackman Jerome Thompson (LaFayette). Jerome led the nation in scoring with 65 goals and 56 assists en route to capturing his second National Championship as a player. Thompson’s 121 points on the season is second all time at Onondaga Community College history.

    The Ed Devine Award recognizing the the top defensive player in the NJCAA is presented to Onondaga Community College’s Sophomore Goalie Jon Fiorillo (Corning West). Jon anchored the stingiest defense in the country as Onondaga allowed an average of 5 goals per game. Fiorillo had a 71% save percentage on the season.

    The Scott D. Livie Award is presented to the NJCAA Men’s Lacrosse Coach of the Year. This year’s award will be presented to Chuck Wilbur (CNS) of Onondaga Community College. Wilbur led the Lazers to an undefeated season and a National Championship. The Award will be presented at the Intercollegiate Mens Lacrosse Coaches Association Awards Banquet at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel in December.


    NJCAA All-Americans, First Team
    A Jerome Thompson Onondaga Community College
    A Michael Colonell CCBC-Essex
    A Peter Boucher Nassau Community College
    M Jeremy Thompson Onondaga Community College
    M Ron Irving Nassau Community College
    M Reed Phillips CCBC-Essex
    M Ed Prevost Onondaga Community College
    M JP Finn Herkimer County Community College
    D Thomas Sullivan Anne Arundel Community College
    D Pete Mumford Onondaga Community College
    D David Stock CCBC-Essex
    D Kevin Zichelli Anne Arundel Community College
    G Jon Fiorillo Onondaga Community College

    NJCAA All-Americans, Second Team
    A Dom Scalzo Onondaga Community College
    A Doug Hoch Herkimer County Community College
    A Zach Cummings Anne Arundel Community College
    M Corbin Voelker Anne Arundel Community College
    M Patrick Hayes Suffolk County Community College-MJG
    M Joseph Herman Nassau Community College
    M Brock Weisenberg CCBC-Essex
    M Jordan Jacques Hudson Valley Community College
    D Ian Nash Monroe Community College
    D Bob Schnibbe Onondaga Community College
    D Travis Atwell Anne Arundel Community College
    D Matt Hoffman CCBC-Essex
    G Dan Solazzo Herkimer County Community College

    Section 4 Girls Playoff Seedings

    Class A

    May 29 final

    2-Binghamton at 1-Ithaca, time TBA

    Class B

    May 27 semifinals

    1-Vestal 12, Maine-Endwell 10

    2-Union-Endicott 18, 3-Horseheads 9

    May 29 final

    At highest remaining, seed, time TBA

    Class C

    May 26 first round

    6-Chenango Forks at 3-Johnson City, 4:30 p.m.

    5-Seton Catholic Central at 4-Owego, 4:30 p.m.

    May 28 semifinals

    SCC/Owego winner at 1-Corning East, 5 p.m.

    CF/JC winner at 2-Corning West, 7 p.m.

    May 30 final

    At highest remaining seed, time TBA


    Section 4 Boys Playoff Seedings

    Class A

    May 29 semifinals

    4-Vestal at 1-Ithaca, 7 p.m.

    3-Corning West at 2-Binghamton, 7 p.m.

    June 2 final

    at highest remaining seed, time TBA

    Class B

    May 27 first round

    Johnson City 8, 6-Union-Endicott 5

    5-Horseheads 8, 4-Maine-Endwell 5

    May 29 semifinals

    Horseheads at 2-Chenango Forks, 4:30 p.m.

    Johnson City at 1-Corning East, 7 p.m.

    June 2 final

    At highest remaining seed, TBA

    Class C

    May 27 first round

    Whitney Point 9, Owego 8 OT

    May 29 semifinals

    Whitney Point at 1-Chenango Valley, 4:30 p.m.

    3-Elmira Notre Dame at 2-Seton Catholic Central, 4:30 p.m.

    June 2 final

    At highest remaining seed, TBA