Tag Archives: Boys Lacrosse

Nine Canton athletes earn All-State honors; Giancola is All-State for third time

CANTON – Nine Canton High athletes earned All-State honors for their performances on the athletic fields this spring while several more earned All-North Central Connecticut Conference honors. Dustin Van Kirk earned All-State honors for becoming the first Canton athlete to win the CIAC decathlon. He had top 10 finishes in seven of 10 events andContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Third annual Play for Kurt alumni lacrosse game will be Saturday at 1 p.m.

AVON  – Dozens of former Avon High lacrosse players, friends and family members are expected to attend the third annual “Play for Kurt” lacrosse game on Saturday, June 17 at Buckingham Field at 1 p.m. While the event began as the annual Avon High alumni lacrosse game, it has been modified to be a fundraiser for theContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Third quarter surge helps Sheehan eliminate Canton in Class S lacrosse

WALLINGFORD, May 27 – Wes Terzi and Danny James scored two goals each in the pivotal third period as the Sheehan High boys lacrosse team turned a two-goal advantage into an eight-goal lead and beat No. 18 Canton in the first round of the CIAC Class S tournament Saturday, 17-9. No. 15 Sheehan (8-9) outscoredContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Masuk shuts down Avon and eliminates Falcons in Class M tournament, 12-3

MONROE, May 27 – Avon’s Chase Gordon scored a first period goal that cut the lead to one in Saturday’s Class M tournament game with No. 13 Masuk boys lacrosse team. But the host Panthers held the No. 20 Falcons scoreless for 36 minutes and scored nine unanswered goals to run away with a 12-3Continue ReadingContinue Reading

Somers outlasts Granby to win the NCCC Tournament title for fourth time

GRANBY, May 25 – The Granby High boys lacrosse scored four goals in the first six minutes of Thursday night’s NCCC Tournament final against Somers, the defending Class S champions, who had won 15 of 16 games coming in. But Somers coach Ken McCarthy wasn’t worried. Or he wasn’t showing that he was worried. He continuedContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Canton ties game in final minute, beats St. Paul in OT to earn Class S invitation

BRISTOL, May 20 – Junior Harry Mitchell took a pass from Chris Giancola with 1:24 left in overtime and scored to lift the Canton High boys lacrosse team to a 14-13 win over St. Paul and into the CIAC Class S tournament for the second straight year. Jake Sullivan scored all three Canton goals inContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Granby races out to a quick lead and dominates Avon in a 17-9 victory

AVON, May 20 – The Avon High boys lacrosse team was been moving in the right direction. About 10 days ago the Falcons outlasted Hall, 5-1 in a tough contest. They lost to Simsbury on Monday night but scored 11 goals in a 15-11 loss. On Wednesday, the Falcons rolled over Southington by a 13-4Continue ReadingContinue Reading

Spirit Week for spring sports begins Sunday in Avon

AVON, May 6 – The first Spirit Week for spring sports at Avon High will be held beginning Sunday highlighting nearby contests for the Falcons. The Avon High Booster Club, the Avon High athletic department and the student spirit group Falconatics are working together to highlight the contests. Sunday, May 7 CREW vs. Farmington atContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Avon boys lacrosse team earns first-ever regular season win over Bethel

AVON, April 22 – Sophomore Will Avery had five goals while freshman Ryan Varano and senior Chase Gordon had four goals each as the Avon High boys lacrosse team won their second straight match with a 16-12 non-league decision over Bethel Saturday at Buckingham Field. The Falcons (4-3) beat Bethel for the first time inContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Strong starts help Suffield beat Canton for first win of the season

SUFFIELD, April 13 – Twice, the Suffield High boys lacrosse team built up leads of five goals. The first time, Canton reduced the lead to one at halftime. The second time, the host Wildcats had enough to hold off the Warriors in a 13-11 NCCC victory on Thursday morning at Ted Beneski Field. Trevor SharpContinue ReadingContinue Reading