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Fairport - 9 Fayetteville-M - 10 OT
Victor - 13 JD - 17
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2014The 2014 is long-gone and summer "recruiting tournaments" have been concluded. Some players have made their commitments and more will make decisions as the fall progresses.

November will bring on the fall "Signing period" (November 12th to 19th) and some will sign their National Letter of Intent. Be sure to let us know if you are planning a ceremony and we will try to cover it.

During the summer, the National Federation Rules Committee held their annual meetings and came up with some new rule changes for the 2015 season. The New York State Lacrosse Committees will need to ratify the changes (and they normally do so) before we get to March 2015. It was a "quiet year" for the committee with the most "dramatic", perhaps relating to the string of sticks. That rule may be delayed for a while. Another rules change allows a restart in the defensive end to be inside the goals area instead of in the "ally" outside of the goal area.

For those still living the glory days of last season, a great deal of information can be found in the 2014 wrap up story.

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Latest Stories from Sportsfive.NET Last Updated on 10/1/14 at 08:55 pm

Rochester Chapter Announces Hall of Fame 2014

- The Greater Rochester Chapter of the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame will welcome four Hall of Famenew members with the induction of Craig Chamberlain, Don Loughlin, David McNaney and Scott Schwind as the Class of 2014. The 21st Annual US Lacrosse, Greater Rochester Chapter, Hall of Fame Dinner will take place on Friday, November 7th at the Burgundy Basin Inn at 1361 Marsh Road in Pittsford.

The cost is $35 per person in advance or $45 at the door. The social hour begins at 6:00 p.m. with the welcome and dinner scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Introductions will begin promptly at 8:00 p.m.

To make reservations, please go to the registration page.

  

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Irondequoit Freshman, John Lombardi to Michigan

- Irondequoit freshman, John Lombardi recently announced his verbal commitment to study and play lacrosse at the University of Michigan after his expected graduation in 2018.

A starting midfielder for the Eagles last year, Lombardi was second in points, scoring 26g-17a while adding points in fourteen out of eighteen games.

Last summer, while playing for the SweetLax Lacrosse Club, he participated in the Adrenaline Platinum Cup, the Big4, Young Guns and the SweetLax Tournaments. He also was selected to play in the Brine National Lacrosse Classic Upstate Middle School team.

Before choosing Michigan, Lombardi considered Syracuse, Penn State, Ohio State, Johns Hopkins, Maryland, Virginia and North Carolina.

  

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US LacrosseRochester Chapter To Sponsor Level 1 Coaching Clinic

- The Rochester Chapter of US Lacrosse has announced that they will bring a Level 1 Coaching Clinic to Rochester on Sunday, December 7, 2014. The program, part of the Level 1 certification process, will be held at the Pittsford Sutherland High School from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and will include (if weather permits) both inside and outside activities.

The educational program, which has received high praise for both content and presentation, will be subsidized by the local Chapter. The normal price is $70 but the cost for this clinic will be $35.

All attendees must be US Lacrosse members and space is limited to 30 boy's coaches and 30 girl's coaches.

More information is available in this registration document and in this registering document. More information on the Level 1 certification program is available on the National US Lacrosse web site.

  

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Alexander MabbettVictor Freshman, Alexander Mabbett Commits to Hopkins

- After playing on the Junior Varsity team last year as an eighth grader, Alexander Mabbett has announced his commitment to study and play at the Johns Hopkins University after his graduation from Victor High School in 2018.

Alexander competed last summer for Victor in both the Webster and John Pepper tournaments. In addition, he attended the Big 4, Crab Fest, Adrenaline, and the SweetLax Invitational tournaments with the 2018 SweetLax team.

After his busy summer, Mabbett received interest from several colleges including Syracuse, Penn State and Ohio State and ultimately decided to become a future member of the Blue Jays program.

  

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WayneMore Coaches needed: Wayne Central

- The Wayne Central Athletic Department is looking for an Assistant Varsity Coach, a JV Coach and and Modified Coach for next season. Interested candidates should contact the Athletic Director, Chris Bourne at: CBourne@wayne.k12.ny.us

 

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McQuaid Senior, Jarrett Cook to Hurst

- McQuaid Jesuit senior midfielder, Jarrett Cook, recently announced his decision to study and play lacrosse at Mercyhurst University after graduation next spring.

At the start of his third year on the Knight Varsity, Jarrett has accumulated fifty-five points (44g-11a) after a breakout junior year (32g-7a). For his effort he was named to the first midfield all-league list. He scored points in sixteen of eighteen games last season.

Mercyhurst University (Erie, Pennsylvania) has attracted many Section Five players for their nationally recognized NCAA D-II program. In the 2014 season there were sixteen Section Five players on the roster, playing for Head Coach Chris Ryan who is an Irondequoit alumnus and in his thirteen years with the Lakers is 153-34.

  

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Dowling College Gets Brad Schillinger

- Rush-Henrietta senior attackman Brad Schillinger has announced his decision to attend and play lacrosse at Dowling College (Oakdale, NY).

In his two years on the Royal Comet Varsity Brad has produced 40g-36a and last year earned second team honors in MC-d1.

Off-season he has played on the Nike Blue Chip 225, Nike Upstate Rising and FCA 2014 National Stowe teams.

The Golden Lions were 12-5 last year, and finished their season with a 8-7 loss in the NCAA DII quarterfinals. Dowling won the DII Championship in 2012.

 

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Penn Yan Tops Scholar Athlete HonorsPenn Yan

- At the end of each sport season, the NYSPHSAA honors those teams that excel in the classroom. For lacrosse, a team must have at least eleven players who have a 90% average or better during the spring season.

One hundred and forty-eight NYS lacrosse teams were named this spring, with Cold Spring Harbor HS (Section 11) taking the highest honors this year with a team average of 95.64. Penn Yan Academy took second place on the list with an average of 95.19. Fourteen other Section Five teams were award winners. The fifteen teams are as follows:
 

2014 Section Five Scholar Athlete Teams
Penn Yan 95.19 Pal-Mac 94.48
Victor 93.72 HF-L 93.51
Thomas 93.32 Penfield 93.29
Irondequoit 93.28 Geneva 92.52
McQuaid Jesuit 91.83 Canandaigua 91.60
Schroeder 91.38 Brockport 91.17
Spencerport 90.66 Livonia 90.54
Newark 90.11      
  

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Coron Broomfield Commits to Hobart

- It will be a short drive for the family and friends of rising junior Coron Broomfield when they want to continue to watch him play in college.

Coron recently announced his commitment to attend and play lacrosse at Hobart College after his graduation from Canandaigua Academy in 2016.

Coron scored in five games in his first year with the Varsity. "He is a very fast and athletic midfielder," say his coach, Ed Mulheron.

Before deciding on Hobart, Coron considered Hofstra, Hartford, Sacred Heart, Marquette and Rutgers.

 

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BrockportBrockport Still Needs An Assistant Varsity Coach

- Updated  The Junior Varsity position was filled but the Blue Devils are still looking for a Varsity Assistant.

Interested candidates should contact the Varsity Head Coach, Scott Hopsicker at scott.hopsicker@bcs1.org.

  

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New UIndy Team Gets Kimble Twins

- When the University of Indianapolis lacrosse team steps on the field for the first time in 2016, among their inaugural team members will be Hilton's Jarod and Shawn Kimble. The brothers recently made their commitment to attend and play at the new NCAA DII program.

Rising senior goalie, Jarod Kimble has been the starting goalie for the Cadets since his freshman year and in those three years has made 282 saves in his 1,538 minutes in the cage. In his sophomore year he was named to the second team All-League team and was Hilton's MVP. Last year was named to the first team (MC-d3). He currently hold the Hilton record for most saves in a season. He was named a Connors & Ferris Player of the week in 2014.Shawn Kimble

Off-season he has played for two years with the Blaze Lacrosse Club and two years with the SweetLax Lacrosse Club. He has played for seven years on the Crease Devils indoor team and also played on the Nike Rising Sophomore team. At the Orange Crush Camp, he was an all-star selection.

His brother, rising senior attackman Shawn Kimble has also been a starter for the Cadets since his freshman year. Last season he led the Hilton team in points and assists with 30g-29a while adding points in all but one game this season. He was recognized as a first team All-League player in 2014. Entering his senior year his career record is 75g-44a.

Off-season he has played for two years with the Blaze Lacrosse Club, two years with the SweetLax Lacrosse Club and two years with the J-Hawks box team. He has played for seven years on the Crease Devils indoor team and also played on the Nike Rising Sophomore team. At the Orange Crush Camp, he was an all-star selection.

Key to the decision to play at the University of Indianapolis, was their desire to continue to play together. The UIndy team is being formed now and will play their first NCAA DII games in 2016 under Head Coach Greg Stocks.

 

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Hobart Gets Zac Cooley

- Updated Rising senior midfielder Zac Cooley has announced his commitment to Hobart College after his senior year. After starting his career at Webster Schroeder Zac will play his senior year at Pittsford.

Zac was a second team All-League pick (MC-d1) last season after posting 6g-7a, 4 takes and 123 ground balls for the Warriors. At the face off draw, Zac posted 186 wins and 72 losses (62%) in eighteen games.

In the off-season he has played for the SweetLax Lacrosse Club. He played in the Adrenalin Platinum Cup, Crab City, Legacy Invitational and Sweetlax Summer Invitational tournaments last summer.

Before choosing Hobart, Zac considered Tampa, RIT, LeMoyne, Sacred Heart and Mercyhurst University.

  

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Penfield Middie James Stoler Picks Bryant

- Penfield junior midfielder James Stoler recently announced his verbal commitment to attend Bryant University. James finished his second varsity season at Penfield.

In the off season, James participated for Penfield at The Irondequoit Invitational, Syracuse Shootout, and John Pepper. He also played for the Blaze Lacrosse club and competed in The Brine Shootout, Syracuse Shootout, and MVP. He was also selected to the 2016 Under Armour uncommitted team.

Bryant is a NCAA Division I school, located in Smithfield, Rhode Island which competes in the Northeast Athletic Conference. Last season they posted a 16-5 record, eventually falling to Maryland in the NCAA quarter finals.

Before selecting Bryant, James considered Boston University, Rutgers, and Le Moyne.

  

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RIT Tigers Get Allen Thibodeau

- Rising senior long stick midfielder Allen Thibodeau has announced his commitment to study and play lacrosse at the Rochester Institute of Rochester after his senior year with Fairport next spring.

Allen has been a fixture on the Red Raider defense since his freshman year. A two time Class A All Tournament team pick (Freshman and Junior years), he was named to the first team All League team (MC-d1) last year. He was selected as a Fairport Team Captain in his junior year.

In the off season Allen has played for the Blaze Lacrosse Club since seventh grade. He played on the Rising Sophomore team in the Nike Blue Chip Tournament and played on the Under Armour All American 2015 Uncommitted Team in 2013. He also played at the Nike Blue Chip Camp and the Peak 200 Camp, where he was named to the All-Star Team.

RIT currently has six Section Five players on the roster. Head Coach Jake Coon has been with the Tigers for five years and has helped his team win five straight league championships and five straight trips to the NCAA DIII tournament, including the first appearance in the finals (2013).

  

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Face Off Star, TD Ierlan to Albany

- The Victor to Albany connection continues as rising junior TD Ierlan announced his commitment to study and play lacrosse at the UNiversity at Albany. He will be following previous Victor standouts, John Maloney and Mitch Rupp.

Winning 344 face offs last season (82%), TD was selected to the First team All-Section Five list and has been twice named to the Class B All Tournament team. This year he was received first team All League honors (MC-d2) and was named to the the first team All Greater Rochester list by the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. He was also named a Connors and Ferris Player of the Week (May 6th) and to the Daily Messenger All Star Team.

In the off season TD has played for the Rochester Flyers Lacrosse Club team. He was selected to play for the Under Armour Upstate team. TD played twice as a Brine High School National Lacrosse All American and played in the National Lacrosse Classic All Star Game.

Before choosing Albany TD also considered Hobart, Towson, Rutgers, Syracuse, Penn State, Ohio State, Maryland, and Loyola.
  

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Colby Barker Selects Ohio State

- Rising sophomore midfielder Colby Barker will be be joining his older brother, Brandon as Ohio State University after his graduation from Pittsford in 2017.

At 165 pound, 6'2", Colby had a standout year playing short-stick defensive midfield for the Panthers after moving from attack in his eighth grade year.

He was busy this summer, playing for the SweetLax Lacrosse Club at the Adrenaline Platinum Cup, Big4, Crabfest and SweetLax Invitational. At the Maverick Showtime he was named to the All-Star team.

Buckeyes' Head Coach Nick Meyers has been picking up Section Five players for a number of years. Currently playing is Luc Bailey (McQuaid). He will be joined, this fall, by Trevor Hodgins (Churchville-Chili). After next season, Brandon Barker (Pittsford) and Willie Klan (Schroeder) are committed.

Before choosing Ohio State, Colby considered Maryland, Syracuse, Cornell, and UVA.

  

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Ethan Parks Commits to Cortland

- Rising senior defenseman Ethan Parks recently announced his commitment to study and play lacrosse at SUNY Cortland after his senior year with the Penfield Patriots.

The fast-moving defenseman who is not afraid to take the ball up-field gave the Patriots two assists and earned MC-D1 second team honors last season.

A long-time member of the Blaze Lacrosse Club, Ethan has played with the club for four seasons. In addition, he played on the Nike UpState Rising Sophomore team and the Nike UpState Rising Junior team.

This summer Ethan was a member of the Rochester team playing in the Brine National Lacrosse Classic where he was named to the All-Star team.

  

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Summer Commitments

- As usual, the post-summer tournament / campus visit period brings with it, numerous players who make their college commitments/decisions.

- Rising senior attackman Ryan Cosgrove recently announced his decision to study and play at Le Moyne College (Syracuse). continues...

- Hilton has a summer commit as rising senior midfielder Justin Goodrich announced that he will attend and play lacrosse at Seton Hill (Pennsylvania). continues...

- Another Victor junior recently made a college commitment. Blue Devil attackman, Max Lambert, has announced his commitment to the University of Massachusetts. continues...

- Victor rising junior long stick midfielder Jack Callahan has announced his commitment to Bryant University. continues...

- Victor rising junior defenseman Patrick Barrow has announced his commitment to the United States Military Academy (West Point). continues...

  

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- Section V lacrosse lost a team (Bishop Kearney) to its roster which dropped to thirty-six teams with 979 players.

The top seeded teams won their Championships as Fairport (#1) beat Pittsford (#2) 7-6 in Class A. In Class B Victor (#1) beat Canandaigua (#2) 12-8 and in Class C, Penn Yan (#1) had a 17-5 win over Pal-Mac (#2).

The first games this year were played on March 22nd as Gananda defeated Bath 8-7 in overtime. The last regular season game was played on May 17th when the Greece Lightning beat the Greece Thunder 10-3. The 315 games played set up the league championships. In Monroe County it was Penfield (MC1) with a 4-1 record and a win over Fairport who also had a 4-1 record. Victor (MC2) was 4-0 and Churchville-Chili (MC3) was 9-0. Pal-Mac (13-1) took the Finger Lakes title and Aquinas (6-0) won the GRALL title. Penn Yan

At the end of the year, the Section Five Head Coaches met to select post-season awards. The coaches selected their All League players. Then, after selecting ten All Americans, three of them with excellent academic credentials were selected as Academic All-Americans. They were Eric Munn (Canandaigua), Nick Panara (Pittsford) and Ben Reeves (Pal-Mac).

The seven remaining All-American were Eddie Eddington (Geneva), Kevin Hill (junior, Webster Thomas), Trevor Hodgins (Churchville-Chili), Justin Kesselring (Fairport), Brandon Maciejewski (Penn Yan), Stephen Quinzi (Pittsford) and Bradley Voigt (Penn Yan).

The All Section lists were announced and the ten All-Americans were joined by six others on the first team and nineteen others were selected to the second team. "It's always difficult to choose from so many talented players," said Section Five Chairman, Mike Simon.

FairportThe Monroe County Players of the Year were Nick Panara, Eric Munn, and Harald Juergens.

Senior, Ben Reeves, for the third year in a row, was selected as Finger Lakes Player of the Year in attack. The Midfielder of the Year was Eddie Eddington from Geneva and the Defenseman of the Year was sophomore Dylan Joy from Gananda.

Senior attackman, Alex Bianchi from Aquinas was selected as GRALL Player of the Year.

Senior attackman Ryan Kelly from Honeoye Falls-Lima was selected as the Bob Scott Awards winner.

Penfield (Class A), Brockport (Class B) and Livonia (Class C) were awarded the Steve Morgan Sportsmanship Awards by the Genesee Valley Lacrosse Officials Association.

After the regular season, there are several championship opportunities for teams that qualify. Fairport (Class A), Victor (Class B) and Penn Yan (Class C) were the Sectional Champions in 2014.

All Tournament teams were selected for each Class. The MVPs for A, B and C were Justin Kesselring (Fairport), Mike DeMarco (Victor) and Rion Davison (Penn Yan).

The SportsFive Players of the Year were Bradley Voigt (Penn Yan) in offense and Nick Panara (Pittsford) in defense. The Sportsman of the Year was Rion Davison (Penn Yan).

The Western Regionals of the NYS tournament were hosted by Section Six at All High Stadium in Buffalo. Fairport beat Orchard Park 11-8, Victor defeated Hamburg 10-8 and Penn Yan defeated Akron 19-4. In the semi finals, held at Cicero- North Syracuse High School, Fairport lost to Fayetteville-Manlius in overtime (10-9). Victor lost to Jamesville-DeWitt (17-13). Penn Yan lost to Cazenovia (8-6).

Just as it was a clean sweep upstate, so it was a sweep for downstate vs the Section Three teams. In the championships at Hofstra, Massapequa (Section 8) defeated Fayetteville-Manlius 16-2 in Class A. In Class B, Yorktown (Section 1) defeated Jamesville-DeWitt 10-9 and in Class C, Bronxville (Section 1) beat Cazenovia 13-10.

  Fans in the Stands 2013

  

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Lacrosse Officials End Season with Awards

- The Genesee Valley Lacrosse Officials Association celebrated fifty years of service at their Year End Gathering last week. Organization President, Jim Malloy led the group as they held their business meeting and the presented a number of awards.

The Frank Mangione Award is given to the GVLOA Member who has demonstrated the high ideals of professionalism, leadership, passion and respect for the game. In order to be considered, a candidate must had been a member for at least ten years and must have, through their efforts both on and off the field, have worked to advance the game of lacrosse.

The 2014 award was presented to Craig Pratt. A charter member of the official`s organization, started in 1964, Craig officiated for thirty-four years. A member of the Western New York Hall of Fame, he held nearly all positions in the organization, including President, interpreter and Assignor. He was an official in the first Section Five Championship game in 1975, and worked numerous Upstate championships including seven State Championships. He worked a National Junior College Championship games and a North-South Junior College game.Jim Maloy and Mike Simon

Section Five Coordinator, Mike Simon was presented with the GLVOA Award, which recognizes individuals or organizations whose work educates people about the game of lacrosse. Recipients are to have demonstrated a commitment to leadership and Mike certainly has such a history in lacrosse. Through more that thirty-five years in education, Mike has been a Head Lacrosse Coach, Section Five Coordinator and Executive Director of the NYS Coaches Associations. He has been a Lacrosse Coach of the Year, and Lacrosse Man of the Year. Over his twenty years as the Boys Lacrosse Coordinator he has seen the growth of the sport from nine teams to thirty-six. In 2009 he was inducted into the US Lacrosse Rochester Chapter Hall of Fame.

Two officials were recognized for the many years of service to the Lacrosse community. John Price, who plans to retire this season, is the current rules interpreter and was recognized for twenty-eight years as an official which included twenty-six at the collegiate level. During his tenure he officiated twenty-two Section Five finals and six New York State finals. He officiated at seventeen NCAA tournament games including tow semifinal games and worked the 2002 World Championship bronze medal game.

Steve LaCrosse was also honored for his many years of service. He started in 1984 and did many college games in addition to the high school games.

LaCrosse recounted, "I had the honor of officiating at Syracuse University for Roy Simmons Jr. in the Dome with our friend Bruce Teague, officiating at Cornell for Coach Richie Moran and Hobart for Coach Dave Urick. All three are legends of the game now and were at the time. It was nerve racking, a little scary but a tremendous amount of fun. After a Cornell game Coach Richie Moran walked up to me, shook my hand and said “Nice job son. Welcome to the bigs.” It was a fantastic honor from one of the games’ greatest coaches."

Mangione, Price, LaCrosse

  

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New SportsFive Feature: Historical StatsGame History

- The programmer at SportsFive.NET has added a new feature for the study of team game results that maximizes the over ten years of data now available.

For each Section Five team, users can now look at the win/loss percentages for all opponents and then can drill down to look at performances against a single opponent over time.

The new feature is available from any team page and from the Game History central link.

SportsFive hopes to add specific links to game day scheduled this spring.

  

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NYS MapCollege Decisions

- Many lacrosse players have made the decision to combine their love of the game with post high school education and will be moving on to play at the college level. Some made verbal commitments long ago and some waited until the spring or summer to make their decision. Although some may sign contracts to play, many more simply enroll as students and play without scholarships.

Many of the players have made their decisions public and they have been published on SportsFive.NET. As the announcements move off this front page they are listed on the "Commitments Page" which are available from a button on the "Players Main Page".

  

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Twitter@SportsFive Ready for Twitter "Followers"

- Updated As many know, SportsFive.NET is always looking for new ways to serve the lacrosse fans of Section Five. Our Twitter page (@SportFive) features tweets of current lacrosse and web site news, scores and brief game highlights as well as story links to the multi-featured web site (SportsFive.net). Look for the Twitter link on the front page of the web site and "Follow" the 2014 season.

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- The general email newsletter that is usually published early each week during the season is now back up and available.

Sign up on from the "Features" page and you will receive in your email box each week, information on what`s happened.

A quick look at the weekly rankings, perhaps the "Games of the Week" or a quick look at some of the "hidden treasures on your favorite Section Five Boys Lacrosse site. It`s a great reminder of all things in Section Five Lacrosse. Sign up for your subscription here.
  

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