The Lax Guys' National Boys' Lacrosse Rankings: May 25

The second half was completely different. St. Paul's forced more turnovers, won more of the face-offs and ground balls, and most importantly started putting the ball on cage with more consistency. This was one of the most atrocious goalie performances I've seen in a championship game. None of the BL goalies could get anything going (though Davey and Jennings didn't get much of a chance), and the defense surely wasn't making anything easier. At one point the defense let a SP attackman go right to the crease and score. Everyone knows BL's Achilles heal is their defensive unit, and tonight was no different. Congratulations to St. Paul's on their championship. It was well earned.

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LI13: The upcoming week will be a busy one on the Long Island lacrosse scene, as the playoffs heat up in the public school ranks and wind down in the Catholic league. Headlining the action is the rubber match between Catholic goliaths St. Anthony's (17-2) and Chaminade (14-4). In every season 1987, either the Friars of St. Anthony's or the Flyers of Chaminade have taken home the CHSAA title, and the rivalry heats up once again on Thursday at 4:30 PM at C.W. Post University. To read the rest of Chris' article, visit the InsideLacrosse web site.

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Cloverdale: Ty Xanders attended St. Paul's School for Boys and played volleyball for the Crusaders. After playing lacrosse for five years, Ty decided to give up the sport after his freshman year and instead avidly follow it. In March of his senior year, he began covering high school lacrosse for Inside Lacrosse as an intern. He is a freshman at Lynchburg College but is currently taking the semester off and living in Towson, Md. He plans on pursuing a degree in journalism and hopes to cover high school lacrosse and recruiting upon graduation. His hobbies include video games, going out with his friends, and following SEC football.

THEGilmanFan: Ryan Summers attended the Gilman School and played football and track and field for the Greyhounds. Ryan was a part of Gilman's 2002 nationally ranked football team, for which he played on the offensive line. Upon graduation from Gilman, Ryan attended the University of Dayton, where he would later receive a B.A. in psychology. Ryan currently resides in Odenton, Maryland and works for Keypoint Organization as a community outreach specialist. His job allows him to help mentally ill people become more independent and learn vital life skills. In his free time, Ryan enjoys playing video games, reading, and spending time with friends.

LI13: Chris Kieser is a senior at the University of Notre Dame, where he will graduate with a degree in Economics and History in May 2010. Before Notre Dame, he graduated from Northport High School on Long Island, where he was twice a member of the all-Suffolk County bowling team and attended nearly every boys' and girls' lacrosse game. He enjoys playing golf, poker, and watching baseball (New York Mets), college basketball (Duke and Notre Dame), and college football (Notre Dame), in addition to lacrosse. In the fall of 2010, he will be attending law school at Notre Dame.

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