St. John Paul II (Mass.) has named Chris Smalkais its new head coach, effective immediately.
It’s not too early to start looking at the Class of 2021 players expected to make an impact on the upcoming Connecticut high school lacrosse season.
The Northeast notebook features two Long Island champions firsts for teams in Connecticut and Rhode Island and playoff outlooks for Massachusetts.
In an almost impossible week to pick one player for Player of the Week, Jeffrey Conner earns the distinction after a clutch performance. Today’s Honorable Mentions include players from Islip (N.Y.), Newtown (Conn.), Mountain Lakes (N.J.), Fairfield Prep (Conn.), Loyola Academy (Ill.), Bishop Shanahan (Pa.), Robinson (Va.), York Catholic (Pa.), Watchung Hills (N.J.), New Canaan (Conn.) and Darien (Conn.).
If you followed boys’ high school lacrosse in 2016 like I did, then the thought of this past season should leave you with a smile on your face. It was an exciting season, one in which a national record fell, several state records were broken and upsets determined state championships. Here’s a quick look at… Read More
Fairfield Prep (Fairfield, Conn.) did not have to go far to get its new head boys’ lacrosse coach. The Jesuits named Yale assistant Graham Niemi as its new head coach of the varsity high school lacrosse program. Yale is about 30 minutes from Fairfield Prep. Fairfield Prep announced the decision via a press release. TweetShare1ShareRedditEmail1 Shares
LaxRecords.com continues its Looking Ahead series with our Connecticut High School Lacrosse Underclassmen to Watch. This is an early look at just some of the 2017 attackmen who were among their team’s leading scorers or made All-State as juniors. TweetShare1ShareRedditEmail1 Shares
Fairfield Prep (Fairfield, Connecticut) head coach Chris Smalkais announced his retirement, according to an article on Fairfield Prep’s website. The 29-year head coach is among the nation’s all-time leaders in wins.