Justin Glod scored three goals, but none more important than the game-winning goal with one second left in the game to give his Warriors the state title.
Michigan wrapped up the midwest last week as Brother Rice and Forest Hills Central each took back the top spots in the state.
You won’t believe what they did to this playoff lacrosse game in Pennsylvania. The PIAA decided to stop a playoff lacrosse game between Palmyra and Mt. Lebanon instead of picking it up the next day. In Illinois, the newly-sanctioned sports experiences growing pains as the two best teams in the state don’t meet for the state title. Also, this week, highlight player performers from state title and playoff games and how you can help promote your players this summer.
Xavier Arline scored 13 points in two games for Shoreham-Wading River to help his team to the Long Island Class C championship.
This weekend’s Midwest high school lacrosse notebook focuses on championship weekend in three states and the end of an era in Michigan.
Michael Ward and Mike Loveday recap their thoughts of the 2019 high school lacrosse season. They discuss what it was like for Ward to be a reporter for the first time ever, pick their favorite moments and make some predictions for the championship games that were played on Saturday, June 1.
Most of the Midwest Region wraps up this week with the Indiana, Illinois and Ohio championship games on Saturday. Michigan wraps up its season on June 8.
Matthew Civitella scored two goals, including the game-winner to give Malvern Prep a 9-8 win over Haverford School (Pa.) in the Inter-Ac championship.
Is Calvert Hall the greatest MIAA A Conference team of all-time? This Week in Lacrosse dives into the discussion along with the biggest upset in New Jersey, New Canaan (Conn.) winning its first title in six years along with news out of Pennsylvania and high school lacrosse championship recaps from California.
This week’s special guest is Sheldon Shealer from TopDrawerSoccer.com … yes, you read that right. Mike and Michael have a soccer guy on to talk about lacrosse playoffs. Why? Shealer has covered high school sports for almost 30 years. He worked as the interim Director with the Maryland Public Secondary School Athletic Association (MPSSAA) for one year and provides insight into playoff systems around the country.