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Luke Delavak to Play for Roberts

Long Stick Midfielder Luke Delavak has announced his decision to go to Roberts Wesleyan where he hopes to study and play lacrosse for Rocky Delfino. Not afraid to go to the goal, Luke scored 15g-9a last season and earned an honorable mention in the Monroe County League list last year (MC-d1).

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Baldwin Wallace Get MacMillan

Rush-Henrietta attackman Gunner MacMillan has announced that he will continue his studies and play lacrosse for Baldwin Wallace (Ohio). Leading the Royal Comets in assists last year (26g-37a) Gunner earned a second team All-League spot (MC-d1). He will start his senior year with a career record of 47g-59a.

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Connor Fundis Commits to Albany

Fairport Junior Connor Fundis announced last week his commitment to Albany. The rising junior was an honorable mention All League defenseman last season.

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Connor Thornton Signs for Rollins

Pittsford defenseman Connor Thornton recently signed his National Letter of Intent to Rollins College (Florida). Connor will start his third year on the Panther varsity after earning first team All-League (MC-d1) honors and an honorable mention on the All-Section Five list.

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Colin Peers Selects SUNY Cortland

Another top tier attackman from Fairport has announced his plans to study and play lacrosse at Cortland next fall. Red Raider senior Colin Peers will start his third year on the varsity with 44g-36a after a strong junior year where he posted 36g-22a. As a result he earned Class A All-Tournament, first team All-League (MC-d1) and All-Section Five second team honors.

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Another Geneva Commitment

Geneva midfielder Nick Askin as recently announced his commitment to study and play lacrosse at SUNY Oswego after gradutation this spring. Nick will start his third year on the Panther varsity with 93g-19a. His five goals in the Class C tournament last year earned him a spot on the All-Tournament team. He was also a second team All-League player (FL). 

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Fairport Signs Six NLIs

Fairport celebrated as over a dozen student-athletes signed National Letters of Intent to study and play at Division I or Division II schools. Among the group were six from the boys lacrosse team: Tanner Soudan (UMass Lowell), Nick Krug (Delaware), Jake Knapp (Air Force Academy), Klay Stuver (Cornell), Alex Nicastro and Gavin Ingalls who will move on to Mercyhurst.

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Victor Signs Six NLIs - Three for Albany

The Victor Blue Devil fans and family saw six of their seniors sign National Letters of Intent in a ceremony on Tuesday. Three of the six (Camron Hay, Joey Pezzimenti and Regan Endres) will attend Albany, Alec Russell will attend Le Moyne, Shea Newell will be off to Mercyhurst and Cam Germain will attend St. Bonaventure.

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Cal Lambert Commits to Army

A three-sport athlete, Victor junior midfielder Cal Lambert has announced his commitment to attend the US Millitary Academy at West Point after his graduation in 2021. "Cal knew early on that West Point was a perfect fit. Cal is ready to serve his country and test himself at the highest level." says Head Coach Jim Andre.

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Mike Pane Scholarship Benefit

(From Release): Friends of Mike Pane are doing a fundraiser for their scholarship fund (read below). Hoodies and T-Shirts are available to order with all proceeds going to the Mike Pane Memorial Scholarship Fund. An order form is available.

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Ben DiGiovanni Signs with Dartmouth

Pittsford senior midfielder Ben DiGiovanni celebrated the signing of his National Letter of Intent to study and play at Dartmouth yesterday with family and many friends. The Panther midfielder will start his thrid year on the varsity with 43g-26a.

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2019 Hall of Fame Class Dinner

The Greater Rochester Chapter of US Lacrosse held their twenty-sixth Hall of Fame dinner Friday night at the Burgundy Basin Inn in Pittsford. With about eighty-five in attendance, teammates, friends and family along with many members of the Hall of Fame, gathered to induct four individuals, and one team into the Greater Rochester Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

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2020 Rules Committee Release Changes

The full listing of rules changes for the 2020 season were recently released and contain ten approved changes which include a new procedure for restartups, a definition of "possession" and notice of changes in required equipment (that will go into effect in 2021 and 2020).

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2019 Season Wrap Up

Batavia joined with boyth Attica and Notre Dame (to form what we canlled BAND) and otherwise the teams remained the same with thirty-five playing in Section Five this year. There were 1,129 players on the rosters at the during of the season and 914 on the final rosters. Fairport carried the largest roster with forty-one players and Spencerport had the smallest with sixteen. 

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2019 All-Section Five List Released

For the seventh time and after a brief absence, Section Five Lacrosse leadership has selected first, second and honorable mention lists of All-Section players. The 2019 first team lists fifteen players and includes the six All-Americans previously announced."It`s always difficult to choose from so many talented players," said Section Five Chairman, Mike Simon.

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Players of the Year Announced

The 2019 Player of the year honors were announced at the end of the Section Five Championships.The winners were Jack Brennan from Irondequoit, Sutton Boland from Victor and Devin Campbell from Bloomfield-Honeoye.

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