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List of 100th Year Celebration Stories

Sometime back in 2021, while researching the history of lacrosse in the area, I was reminded that 2022 would mark the 100th anniversary of the start of scholastic lacrosse in Geneva. My good friend Dave Moore was probably more prepared when he wrote to point out the same thing and ask if there would be a recognition of the accomplishment. Dave and others will be contributing stories throughout the season.

We expect that there will be a large number of stories about players, coaches and events and will post links to each of them on this page.

Jan 1st Welcome: 100 Years of Scholastic Lacrosse Opening story by Paul Wilson on our celebration goals.
Jan 1st Teams Timeline for 1922 to 2022 See how and when teams were formed over 100 years.
Jan 4th New Sports for School - Geneva Reprint from Lax Lines on the Geneva start.
Jan 6th Stickball in the Street: A Players' Game W. David Moore writes about WHY the sport was added
Jan 8th Jim Loman - Native Son - Builder of Men W. David Moore writes about Geneva Coach Jim Loman
Jan 11th Coach Jack McDonald – Journeyman Lax Man Jack McDonald has been a fixture in Geneva lacrosse
Jan 13th Coach Joe Corcoran – Geneva and Corning Joe Corcoran started the Corning program and they played in Section IV or the Upstate League until 1975.
Jan 15th Two-Time All-Amerians There have been 208 All-American awards to date and only 15 have been two-time winners.
Jan 17th The Fathers of Irondequoit Lacrosse Vern Babcock and Ernie Lisi gave much to Irondequoit and the Section.
Jan 19th Geneva State Champs in 1923? Geneva had beaten Central twice. And decisively, especially the second time per the news report:...
     
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