Tim Godby is an exceptional lacrosse coach; he led the Milton Lady Eagles to the state championship, winning for the fourteenth time, back in May.
On a night when the Blue Devils’ attack line was unrelenting in front of goal, freshman Ruben Mesalles picked up his first career point with a cheeky pass to Thomas, who lofted in a cross that found the head of Ramirez. In a prime position, Ramirez completed the move with a brilliant finish into the right-hand corner of the net to double the lead.
Hailey Russo is a star in the making for Clearview’s Girls lacrosse team. She didn’t start playing lacrosse until fifth grade. Russo wishes she would’ve started playing when she was younger. During her freshman year she scored 85 goals for the Pioneers.
Premier Lacrosse League’s Max Adler focuses on more than one profession, working as a financial analyst during the week and professional athlete on the weekends.
The Hofstra women’s lacrosse team finished the 2021 season with a 6-7 record and an appearance in the college playoffs, a culmination of hard work from veteran student-athletes.
MHS Sends Athletes on to Play at the Next Level Image: Shawn Rosenblatt Bio Pic.jpgImage: Zach Wender Bio Pic.jpgPlease note updated bio in notes section for Shawn and Zach Author BiosImage: Sophie Leighton.jpgCaption: Sophie LeightonImage: Josie SteinbergCaption: Josie SteinbergMamaroneck High School (MHS) has a strong history of graduating an outstanding group of student-athletes. The largest group to ever graduate with a commitment to play at the next level was in 2019 when 33 athletes committed to play in college. This year, an impressive 23 graduates from the Class of 2021 are heading to compete in their sport at the next level.
Westwood’s Ava Connaughton enjoyed a thrilling end to her season as she capped off her breakout sophomore year with a last-second goal to win the state championship.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and other big names in sports have now become sponsors of the Premier Lacrosse League, as the league continues its major growth.
Exeter will head into the 2021-22 lacrosse season with a new coach heading the program after long-time coach Gerry Holly stepped down. Holly leaves after 23 seasons amassing four state championships.
With much success in the sports industry, specifically in lacrosse, Jeff Shirk will leave his college status to join the Knights as athletic director.