Next year every sport but football will be going to geography-based leagues. But girls lacrosse is the first sport to switch over, changing its format from traditional power leagues. My article today takes a behind-the-scenes look at that decision and what it means — positives like less travel and more backyard rivalries, and negatives like unbalanced schedules and less competition.
What does everyone out there think about the new league alignments so far?
You can also read my article from North Rockland-Lakeland/Panas by clicking here, and you can watch a video replay of the game by going to this site and clicking the “on demand” button on the bottom. It was our first time broadcasting girls lacrosse so we’re interested in your feedback.
We have a big day of lacrosse today. (correction: Two Rockland schools play out-of-area teams — Suffern-Ithaca and Nanuet-Auburn) and two up-and-coming Class B programs meet with Scarsdale-Brewster. We also have Tappan Zee-Fox Lane, Albertus Magnus-Somers, Clarkstown South-North Salem, New Rochelle-Pelham, Greeley-Pleasantville, Yonkers-Irvington and Clarkstown North-Mamaroneck.