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4/11 - Timon defeated Cranbrook Kingswood, MI 21-11. Connor Fields led the way with 10 goals and 6 assists. Layne Collins finished with 2 goals and 3 assists. Adam Dimillo added 1 goal and 5 assists. Sophomore Nate Quinn registered 3 goals and 1 assist for the Tigers.
4/10 - Clarence beat Frontier 12-7. Mike Militello and Josh Slowinski finished with 3 goals and 2 assists apiece. Ben Harsch added 2 goals for the Red Devils (3-1).
West Seneca East defeated Lake Shore
10-4. Quinn Miller and Matt Kumro had 3 goals apiece for the Trojans.
East Aurora pounded Medina 21-4 in Class C action. Drew Horton and Mike Franz finished with 5 goals apiece for the Blue Devils(3-0).
Amherst ran past Wilson 15-3 in Class C. Tadriek Johnson registered 5 goals. Jimmy Chadwick led the way with 4 goals and 5 assists. Matt Thielman added 4 goals for the Tigers (3-0, 6-2).
4/9 - Timon hammered Nichols 18-7 in Monsignor Martin action. Connor Fields led the way with 7 goals for the Tigers (3-0).
St. Joes blanked St. Francis 15-0 in Monsignor Martin. Tyler Trammel finished with 6 goals. Myles Young added 4 goals. Nigel Davis won 13 of 15 faceoffs. Dennis Gilbert finished with 12 gbs, 2 int and 1 caused turnover. Cam Carpenter picked up the shutout in net for the Marauders
(3-2).
Sweet Home topped North tonawanda 9-4 in Class B action. Brock Prizel led the way with 3 goals and an assist. Connor Heald, John Phillips and Lavonte Lee added 2 goals apiece for the Panthers (3-3).
Hamburg defeated West Seneca East 9-3 in Class B. Evan Hollfelder led the Bulldogs with 3 goals and an assist.
Orchard Park ran past Erie McDowell (PA) by a
16-5 score. Jack Crowley led the way with 6 goals and an assist. Kevin Goltz added 4 goals for the undefeated Quakers (4-0).
Williamsville East beat crosstown rival Williamsville South 12-2. Colin Greenway finished with 5 goals and 3 assists. Hudson Weil added 3 goals. John Mays finished with 2 goals and an assist for the Flames (3-2).
Frontier edged Williamsville North 8-5 in non league action. Ryan Donovan and Tyler Schwartzott finished with 3 goals apiece for the Falcons (1-2).
4/8 - Amherst rocked Lew-Port 19-4 in Class C play. Tadriek Johnson, Jake Mogerman and Matt Thielman scored 4 goals apiece for the Tigers (2-0, 5-2).
Eden ran past Medina 13-5 in Class C. Nick Wilder had a big night, scoring 7 goals for the Raiders (1-0, 1-1).
East Aurora cruised past Gowanda 18-4. Dan Telban led the way with 6 goals and 5 assists. Josh Clancy added 4 goals and an assist. Drew Horton registered 1 goal and 4 assists. Mike Franz had a nice night, contributing 4 goals. Goalie Collin O'Connor finished with 11 saves in net for the Blue Devils (2-0).
4/7 - Nichols defeated Sweet Home 15-5 in a non league contest. Austin Egri led the way with 4 goals and 4 assists. Greg White added 3 goals and 2 assists. Zak Cole finished with 2 goals and 2 assists for unbeaten Nichols (2-0).
4/5 - Williamsville East edged Seneca Valley (PA) 9-8 in double overtime. Hudson Weil led the way with 5 goals. Kyle Martinsen finished with 2 goals, including the game winner in the second overtime period.
4/4 - Sweet Home edged Amherst 16-15 in non league play. John Phillips led the way with 4 goals and 4 assists. Brock Prizel scored the game winner for the Panthers (2-2).
4/3 - Lancaster's Ethan Napieralski scored two goals, including the winner, while Jason Glauser registered 15 saves in the Redskins' 3-2 victory over Frontier Thursday in Class A boys lacrosse.


2014 SECTION 6
INTERSECTIONAL
RECORDS

Section 5
3-6
Section 3
1-0
Section 4
2-1
Texas
0-1
Pennsylvannia
3-0
Florida
1-0
Ohio
0-0
Virginia
1-1
Canada
1-1
Maryland
0-0
Indiana
0-1
Delaware
0-0
New Jersey
0-0
Illinois
1-0

UA HS Top 25
PL
TEAM
REC
1
Boys Latin, MD
8-0
2
Culver, IN
9-0
3
Smithtown West
6-0
4
Chaminade, NY
4-0
5
Georgetown Prep, MD
10-0
6
Hill Academy, ON
9-1
7
McDonogh, MD
9-1
8
Mlavern Prep, PA
10-0
9
Landon, MD
9-1
10
Garden City, NY
4-1
11
Deerfield, MA
4-0
12
Haverford, PA
7-2
13
Salisbury, CT
1-2
14
Massapequa, NY
5-2
15
Loyola-Blkfld, MD
5-4
16
Gilman, MD
4-3
17
Calvert Hall, MD
10-1
18
DeMatha, MD
10-0
19
Avon Old Farms, CT
4-1
20
Salesianum, DE
3-1
21
Bergen Catholic, NJ
4-0
22
Regis Jesuit, CO
9-0
23
Cold Spring Hbr, NY
4-1
24
Trinity-Pawling, NY
2-3
25
Ward Melville, NY
4-2
WEEK 6 POLL
2014


 



ST. MICHAELS DEFEATS NICHOLS 17-8 IN FINAL
BLUE GAELS HAVE TOO MUCH FIREPOWER FOR BIG GREEN

FIRST ANNUAL DON SCULLY MEMORIAL LACROSSE TOURNAMENT
4/12
- Nichols junior Nick Passafiume (right) battles Tyson Gibson (left) of St. Michael's College School in Saturday's championship game. Gibson finished with 4 goals and an assist. Tanner Thomson led the Blue Gaels with 5 goals. Scoring for Nichols were; Greg White and Michael Geiger, each with 2 goals and an assist, Zach Cole added 2 goals, Connor Schutte finished with 1 goal and 2 assists. John Bassett completed the scoring with 1 goal.
In the consolation game, Peters Township, PA downed Upper Canada College by a 13-2 score. The inaugural Don Scully Memorial Lacrosse Tournament was a big success. Special thanks to Nichols Athletic Director Robert Steward and Head Lacrosse Coach Rob Strickland for bringing-in top level lacrosse programs to compete here in WNY.




BIG UPCOMING INTER-STATE MATCHUPS
TIMON-ST. JUDE TIGERS (4-1) vs.
CULVER ACADEMY PREP EAGLES (11-0)
TIGERS TAKE ON #2 TEAM IN US
APRIL 12th - CULVER ACADEMY PREP, IN (10-0) LAX POWER LINK
Presently ranked #2 in the country in the Inside Lacrosse/Under Armour Rankings, the Eagles are a team to be reckoned with. Culver has dominated most of their opponents, beating a majority by 10+ goals. The lone exception was a tight 11-10 victory over McDonogh, MD on March 27th. Based out of Indiana, the Eagles play all their games against opponents from other parts of the country. Culver has established a reputation as a nationally competitive lacrosse program. From 2009-2012, the Culver Prep lacrosse program recorded a record of 73-15 against the most highly regarded lacrosse programs in the United States. Both the 2011 and 2012 Culver Prep finished the season ranked in the top 25 among all high school lacrosse programs in the United States.
Timon has traveled to Michigan, and warmed-up by defeating Cranbrook, MI by a 21-11 score. Culver game will be played at Brother Rice HS.
RESULT: CULVER 16 - TIMON 3
HAMBURG BULLDOGS (5-1)
vs. CHANTILLY CHARGERS, VA (6-0)
BULLDOGS TAKE ON VA. CHAMPS
APRIL 12th -
CHANTILLY, VA (5-0) LAX POWER LINK
Hamburg goes on their yearly outing to Virginia and takes on the Chantilly Chargers. The Bulldogs look for some revenge after 2013's 15-10 loss to the Chargers, who eventually went on to finish 21-2 and claim Virginia's AAA crown. A loser of the previous two state championships, Chantillly broke through last season, claiming their second state title since 2008. Chantilly is 5-0 this year but have beaten opponents with a combined record of 14-18. The Bulldogs warmed-up with an 11-7 victory over Madison, Va. on Friday.
Should be a good measuring stick to see where both teams are at this
early point in the 2014 season.
RESULT: CHANTILLY 9 - HAMBURG 7
ST. JOES COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE (3-2)
vs. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS, NJ (5-0)
MARAUDERS FACE JERSEY SHORE
April 16th
- CHRISTIAN BROTHERS, NJ (5-0) LAXPOWER LINK
The Marauders travel down to Orlando, FL to take on the 15th ranked team in New Jersey. The Colts are undefeated, and have won in impressive fashion over mediocre opponents who possess a combined record of 15-18. However, Christian Brothers will be tough. Presently ranked #4 in the grueling New Jersey Group A division, the Colts are perennial winners from the North Jersey shore. Despite losses to graduation, St. Joes has a strong contingent again this season with their most challenging schedule to date. The Marauders' two losses this season were to a polished Pittsford club, as well as Section IV power Corning. Coach Hudecki hopes to avenge a 14-11 loss to the Colts in 2012. Should be a fun one to watch!
RESULT:
TIMON-ST. JUDE TIGERS (4-1)
vs. BOYS' LATIN LAKERS, MD (9-0)
TIMON BATTLES #1 TEAM IN US
April 17th
- BOYS LATIN, MD (8-0) LAXPOWER LINK
To further challenge themselves, the Tigers go searching for the holy grail down in Maryland. This time, a chance to take on the #1 team in the country; the Boys' Latin Lakers! It doesn't happen everyday, a team from WNY taking on the top dog in the nation. Accordingly, it will be a big test to see how good this Timon team may measure up. With every team on your schedule over a 95% laxpower rating, the Lakers have their hands full. The competition level is stiff, playing in arguably the hardest high school division in the nation. Despite a 14-13 shootout win over St. Marys-Annapolis, the Boys Latin' defense has limited their opponent's scoring opportunities (6.5 g/a per game). The first half of the season has gone as expected, highlighted by an impressive 17-2 victory over Gonzaga, DC. However, both teams will have big tests before next Thursday; (Timon vs.Culver on 4/12) and Boys' Latin (vs Loyola Blakefield on 4/12 & Calvert Hall on 4/15).
RESULT:

 


sec
Winning Team
sc
sec
Losing Team
sc
CHS
CHAMINADE
10
VIII
MANHASSET
5
CHS
ST. ANTHONYS
10
CT
NEW CANAAN
5
NJ
BRIDGEWATER-RTN
11
I
SOMERS
10
I
NORTH ROCKLAND
9
II
CBA-ALBANY
7
VIII
GARDEN CITY
4
I
BRONXVILLE
2
I
JOHN JAY-CR
10
I
HORACE GREELEY
8
I
PUTNAM VALLEY
9
CT
SOUTHINGTON
4
II
SHAKER
8
I
RYE
7
I
YORKTOWN
12
II
SHENENDEHOWA
10
CT
DARIEN
8
II
NISKAYUNA
7
IX
MINISINK VALLEY
17
II
LASALLE INSTITUTE
10
V
FAIRPORT
10
III
WEST GENESEE
1
V
PENN YAN
18
III
CARTHAGE
4
V
WEBSTER THOMAS
19
IV
ITHACA
8
V
PAL-MAC
18
V
GENEVA
10
IN
CULVER
16
VI
BISHOP TIMON
3
ON
ST. MICHAELS
17
VI
NICHOLS
8
VA
CHANTILLY
9
VI
HAMBURG
7
NJ
SETON HALL PREP
14
XI
SHOREHAM-WR
10
XI
WEST ISLIP
11
XI
BAYSHORE
10 ot
GAMES OF INTEREST FROM AROUND NEW YORK STATE



US vs. THEM 2014

THIS YEAR, SECTION 6 TEAMS SCHEDULED A TOTAL OF 47
GAMES AGAINST OUT OF SECTION OPPONENTS.
HERE IS A LIST TO SEE HOW WE MEASURED UP:

DATE
US
THEM
DIV
SCORE
3/21
CANISIUS
BELEN JESUIT (FL)
FL
DIST 3
W 15-1
3/22
CANISIUS
STRAKE JESUIT (TX))
TX 1
SOUTH
L 11-12 ot
3/22
IROQUOIS
WEBSTER THOMAS
NY A
SEC 5
L 6-9
3/22
ST. FRANCIS
AQUINAS INSTITUTE
NY C
SEC 5
L 6-9
3/23
CANISIUS
ST. IGNATIUS PREP (IL)
IL A
CATH
W 13-7
3/28
SALAMANCA
FAIRVIEW (PA)
PA
INDEP
W 12-1
3/29
ST. JOES
PITTSFORD
NY A
SEC 5
L 1-6
3/29
IROQUOIS
OSWEGO
NY B
SEC 3
W 10-9 ot
3/29
TIMON-ST. JUDE
CORNING
NY A
SEC 4
W 20-4
4/1
MEDINA
BATAVIA
NY C
SEC 5
W 14-6
4/1
ST. JOES
AQUINAS INSTITUTE
NY C
SEC 5
W 12-6
4/4
CANISIUS
AQUINAS INSTITUTE
NY C
SEC 5
W 9-6
4/5
TIMON-ST. JUDE
ITHACA
NY A
SEC 4
W 18-5
4/5
MEDINA
PALMYRA-MACEDON
NY C
SEC 5
L 4-21
4/5
WILLIAMSVILLE EAST
SENECA VALLEY (PA)
PA
D1-S2
W 9-8 2ot
4/5
ST. JOES
CORNING
NY A
SEC 4
L 3-8
4/9
ORCHARD PARK
ERIE - McDOWELL (PA)
PA
INDPT
W 16-5
4/11
TIMON-ST. JUDE
CRANBROOK (MI)
MI 2
REG 8-2
W 21-11
4/11
HAMBURG
MADISON (VA)
VA
LBRTY
W 11-7
4/11
NICHOLS
UPPER CANADA COLLEGE (ON)
CN
CISAA
W 6-5 ot
4/11
ORCHARD PARK
PENFIELD
NY A
SEC 5
L 6-9
4/12
NICHOLS
ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE (ON)
CN
CISAA
L 8-17
4/12
HAMBURG
CHANTILLY (VA)
VA
CNCRD
L 7-9
4/12
TIMON-ST. JUDE
CULVER ACADEMY (IN)
IN
INDPT
L 3-16
4/13
EDEN
HONEOYE FALLS-LIMA
NY C
SEC 5
L 4-12
4/13
ST. JOES
H.B. PLANT
FL
DIST 15
-
4/14
CANISIUS
CATHEDRAL PREP (PA)
PA
INDPT
-
4/16
ST. JOES
CHRISTIAN BROS (NJ)
NJ
GRP A
-
4/17
NICHOLS
AQUINAS INSTITUTE
NY C
SEC 5
-
4/17
TIMON-ST. JUDE
BOYS LATIN (MD)
MD A
MIAA
-
4/17
CANISIUS
SALESIANUM (DE)
DE
CATH
-
4/25
ORCHARD PARK
PITTSFORD
NY A
SEC 5
-
4/26
HAMBURG
CANANDAIGUA
NY B
SEC 5
-
4/26
WEST SENECA EAST
PENFIELD
NY A
SEC 5
-
4/26
CLARENCE
PENN YAN
NY C
SEC 5
-
4/28
HAMBURG
WEBSTER THOMAS
NY A
SEC 5
-
5/3
MEDINA
BATAVIA
NY C
SEC 5
-
5/3
CLARENCE
WEBSTER SCHROEDER
NY A
SEC 5
-
5/3
WILLIAMSVILLE NORTH
SPENCERPORT
NY B
SEC 5
-
5/8
TIMON-ST. JUDE
HILL ACADEMY (ON)
CN
INDPT
-
5/9
NICHOLS
KISKI PREP (PA)
PA
INDPT
-
5/9
SALAMANCA
FAIRVIEW (PA)
PA
INDPT
-
5/10
ST. JOES
CBA-SYRACUSE
NY C
SECT 3
-
5/10
HAMBURG
PENN YAN
NY C
SEC 5
-
5/10
NICHOLS
LIBERTY-OLETANGY (OH)
OH 1
CNTRL
-
5/12
MEDINA
NEWARK
NY C
SEC 5
-
5/12
WILSON
BATAVIA
NY C
SEC 5
-
5/16
NICHOLS
CATHEDRAL PREP (PA)
PA
INDPT
-
5/16
ST. JOES
PENN YAN
NY C
SEC 5
-
OUT OF SECTION OPPONENTS


NEW YORK STATE LAXPOWER RANKINGS



2013 NYS Lacrosse Calendar Dates:
May 16, 2014 - Playin-in games (if necesary)
May 20, 2014 - Section 6 quarterfinals (higher seed)
May 22, 2014 - Section 6 semifinals (higher seed)
May 27, 2014
- Section 6 Finals - tba
Class A (3:30) Class B (5:30) Class C(8:00)
May 31, 2014- Far West Regionals - All High Stadium
Class A (1:00) Class B (3:30) Class C (6:00)
June 4, 2012 - NYS Semifinals
East - Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY
West - Cicero-North Syracuse HS, Cicero, NY

Class A (1:00) Class B (3:30) Class C (6:00)
June 7, 2014- NYS Finals - Hofstra University, Hempstead
Class A (11:00am) Class B (1:30) Class C (4:00)

 

 

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LAX PICTURES
2008-13 ARCHIVES

2014 GAMES
3/31 - Amherst v Clarence
4/1
- Orch Park v Lancaster

4/3 - Lockport v Clarence
4/8 - Orch Park v Clarence
4/10 - Frontier v Clarence



LACROSSE
WEBSITES FROM AROUND NYS


GCC DEFEATS MCC 15-11
3/19 - The sixth-ranked Genesee Community College men's lacrosse team ended a three-game road stretch on Wednesday night by beating no. 8 Monroe Community College 15-11. Tyler Skowronski (Clarence) netted the game's first goal off of an assist from Josh Wester (Livonia) to put the Cougars in front 1-0 less than two-minutes into the game.
The Tribunes then scored back-to-back goals to take the lead, but it was short-lived as Tyler Godfrey (Lancaster) scored twice and Doug Ellsworth (Pal-Mac) added a goal to end the first quarter scoring and give GCC a 4-2 lead heading into the second.
The Cougars extended their lead to 7-2 in the second with goals from Godfrey, Nick Gray (Churchville) and Dana Ray (Salamanca), but MCC stormed back with the half's final six goals to take an 8-7 lead into the break. Godfrey tied the game at eight apiece early in the second half with his second goal of the game and then Genesee got goals from Ray and Skowronski to take a 10-8 lead late in the third. MCC scored its lone third-quarter goal with five-minutes left to get to within 10-9, but Ray scored his third and Jimmy Smith (Frontier) netted a goal to put GCC in front 12-9 heading into the fourth.
Monroe got to within one goal less than five-minutes into the final period, but Genesee scored the last three goals of the game to earn the win.
Skowronski, Godfrey both had four goals each. Gray added three assists and a goal, Dana Ray finished with three goals and Jimmy Smith chipped in a goal and an assist.
Craig Seneca (Gowanda) made 13 saves in net for Genesee (3-2), which will return to action at home on Saturday at 1 p.m. against Hudson Valley Community College.


BOYS LACROSSE CAMP 2014
JULY 7th-11th
9:00am-3:00pm
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THIS CAMP:
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