- First Posted: 2019-06-08
- Updated: 2019-06-22 22:04:18
Victor and SWR Win Fourth Titles
Saturday: DAY IN REVIEW: Both Victor and Shoreham-Wading River won their fourth NYS Championships today at St. John Fisher College. SWR defeated Jamesville-DeWitt 12-7 and Victor beat John Jay 9-7. Fairport played a good game against Massapequa, but lost 10-6 and LaFayette/Onondaga won their title in an Overtime match with Briarcliff.
Massapequa won their second State Title in school history with a 10-6 win over Fairport this morning. The Chiefs won their first title in 2014 with a 16-2 win over Fayetteville-Manlius. Fairport vs Massepequa The Chiefs scored the opening two goals and led throughout the contest. They won the first three quarters (and tied 2-2 in the fourth). Senior midfielder Thomas Greenblatt had a demonstrative game and finished with 3g-3a. He scored or assisted four of the first five Chief goals to set the pace in the first half. STORY CONTINUES
Victor won their fourth NYS Finals in five years today with a 9-7 win over John Jay. Blue Devil’s senior goalie Liam Haller was the pillar that lifted them to their title. He finished with 21 saves (75%) and played one of the best games of his career in today’s matchup. The Indians recorded 39 shots with 28 on cage (72% on cage). Haller often faced not only the primary shot, but secondary shots from the doorstep; he was repeatedly on point and came up with multiple saves that were stellar. Offensively, Jack LaRue (4g) and Camden Hay (3g-1a) led in scoring. STORY CONTINUES
Shoreham-Wading River won their fourth State Title with a 12-7 win over Jamesville-Dewitt. The Wildcats offensive was led by Xavier Arline with 5g-2a. He was demonstrative on offense with both goals and assists and set the strong offensive pacing for the Wildcats. STORY CONTINUES
LaFayette/Onondaga came back from behind to defeat Briarcliff 9-8 in OT. The Lancers scored the last three goals of regulation to force overtime with a little over 2 minutes left on the clock. LaFayette, before combining with Onondaga, had previously won two State Titles (the last of which was in 2005 as a Class C school). STORY CONTINUES