Dryden Lax Calendar

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Lacrosse World Games Begin

Lacrosse's version of Soccer's World Cup takes place in Colorado starting tonight. 38 Nations with many local connections. Cornell has several connections Players and Coaches) to the US and Canadian Teams along with the Iroquois Nationals, Sweden and Israel. Cornell Lacrosse's current associate head coach is the head coach of Russia. The Lasda brothers from Ithaca are playing for Latvia. USA plays Canada at 9pm tonight on ESPN2 - The rest of the USA games are on ESPNU. The Calendar on our website has the USA game listed. 

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Senior Lax Trio plays in Exceptional Senior Game

Ross, Joe and Jake with Coach McGuerty after the game.
Vestal NY - Ross, Joe and Jake we members of the Section IV West Senior Team on Monday Night at Vestal High School. All played well and contributed.

 Jake played LSM and then some close D.  Joe and Ross were on the same attack line. Joe had a goal.   Nice way to finish up their Dryden Lax Careers.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Lisa Zehr wins Lax Award

Lisa Zehr - 2014 US Lacrosse Section 4 "Man of the Year"
Dryden Lacrosse is fortunate to have great volunteers. Tonight one of those volunteers was recognized for her work. Lisa Zehr was presented with the 2014 US Lacrosse Section 4 "Man of the Year" award tonight at our Lacrosse Banquet. All of us in the Dryden Lacrosse Family are well aware of the endless work Lisa has put into our program to help get us where we are today. The US Lacrosse Equipment Grant and the Dick's Sporting Goods Sports Matter Grant are just a couple of the projects that Lisa has taken the lead on for us. It is a true honor for her hard work to be recognized by the Section 4 Coaches and US Lacrosse. Congratulations Lisa we are proud of you! We'll have to ask them to change the name to Person of the year!

2014 Christofferson Award WInner

Starting with our first year of Varsity Lacrosse in 2007 "The Christofferson Boys Lacrosse Award" has been presented annually to the player who represents hard work and dedication and is a model for other players on the team. This years winner is Connor O'Brien. Congratulations Connor!
Past Winners are:
2007 Marty Christofferson Jr.
2008 Dana Christofferson
2009 Dana Christofferson
2010 Jimmy Dowdall
2011 Josh Moshier
2012 Dakota Jackson
2013 Ross Cole

End of Season Picnic today (Tuesday May 27th)

Reminder that our end of Season picnic for both Modified and Varsity is this afternoon at Dryden Lake under the large Pavilion.  Starts @ 6pm.  Hotdogs and Water Provided -  Bring your own plates, utensils and Drinks (if you want something other than water) Also bring any borrowed equipment and your uniforms to turn in. 

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Section IV Lacrosse All-stars

Section 4 All-Stars

All-Americans: Pat Carlin, sr., Vestal; Tyler Ford, sr., Owego; Nick Neferis, Johnson City. Academic All-American: Rob Potenzino, sr., Vestal. Coach of the Year: Chris Dutkowsky, Vestal. Assistant Coach of the Year: Scott Faulkner, Vestal.  US Lacrosse Man (person) of the Year  - Lisa Zehr - Dryden

Division I All-Stars

First Team
Attack: Charlie Estill, sr., Ithaca; Kyle Grimaldi, jr., Corning; Jimmy Zervos, jr., Binghamton; Jake Nelson, jr., Vestal. Midfield: Ian Cook, soph., Horseheads; Carter McCormick, soph., Horseheads; Sam Crusha, jr., Corning; Spencer Passmore, sr., Corning; Devon Sullivan, soph., Corning; Ben Stallman, sr., Binghamton. Defense: Bailey Bourgeois, sr., Horseheads; Salen Turkovic, sr., Binghamton; Eamon Reynolds, sr., Vestal; Brooks Reed, sr., Ithaca; Austin Cates, sr., Corning. Defensive midfield: Zach Penne, sr., Ithaca; Garrett Huff, sr., Corning; Troy Harding, sr., Vestal. Faceoff specialist: Chris Caruso, jr., Corning. Goalie: Nick Nehring, sr., Corning.
Second Team
Attack: Aiden Olmstead, fr., Corning; Jordan Gush, sr., Horseheads; Jared Nelson, soph., Vestal. Midfield: Pete Ciacelli, sr., Union-Endicott; Zach Cook, sr., Vestal; Aidan McCarthy, sr., Ithaca. Defense: Justin Ketchum, sr., Union-Endicott; Thomas Johnson, sr., Ithaca.

Division II All-Stars

First Team
Attack: Jeremy Leary, sr., Oneonta; Brock Post, sr., Maine-Endwell; Shane Majewski, jr., Johnson City; Sam Sherrill, jr., Oneonta. Midfield: Vincent Vultaggio, soph., Maine-Endwell; Josh Bradford, sr., Johnson City; Pat Bilberry, soph., Owego; Nick Pert, soph., Chenango Valley; Ryan Corey, sr., Chenango Valley; Shawn Smith, sr., Owego. Defense: Colby Chapman, sr., Johnson City; Hunter Hazen, jr., Maine-Endwell; Steven Salvatore, jr., Maine-Endwell; Bryan Pert, sr., Chenango Valley. Defensive midfield: Kyle Urban, sr., Maine-Endwell; Brian Ball, sr., Chenango Valley; Ryan Wilson, sr., Owego. Face-off specialist: Justin Miller, sr., Maine-Endwell. Goalie: Tyler DeSario, sr., Maine-EndwellSecond Team
Attack: Brandon Pauly, sr., Owego; Justin Kopansky, fr., Maine-Endwell; Alex Sprague-Getsy, soph., Johnson City. Midfield: Connor O’Brien, sr., Maine-Endwell; Tyler Thompson, fr., Maine-Endwell; Alex Pepper, sr., Johnson City. Defense: Adam Korutz, soph., Johnson City; Adam Coe, sr., Oneonta; Chris Wieckhorst, soph., Owego. Goalie: Chris Charnetsky, sr., Johnson City.

Division III All-Stars

First Team
Attack: Jake Lynch, Whitney Point; Jonas McCaig, Elmira Notre Dame; Logan Hall, Chenango Forks; Ross Cole, Dryden. Midfield: Eric Dardia, Dryden; Sam Crowley, Seton Catholic Central; Donovan Strudevant, Whitney Point; Dan O’Brien, Seton Catholic Central; Jack Sherwood, Chenango Forks; Brandon Mahjan, Elmira Notre Dame. Defense: Ty Leviere, Dryden; Cody Firette, Whitney Point; John Colm Sweeney, Chenango Forks; Dan Eaton, Whitney Point. Defensive midfield: Ryan Bronson, Chenango Forks; Jake Crpranski, Dryden; Will Pochal, Elmira Notre Dame. Face-off specialist: Brennan Levis, Seton Catholic Central. Goalie: Drew Gardener, Whitney Point.
Second Team
Attack: Corey Hodges, Whitney Point; Joe Delucia, Dryden; Brandon Dutcher, Chenango Forks. Midfield: Cody Lamond, Chenango Forks; Bret Ellerson, Whitney Point; Jack Chapman, Elmira Notre Dame. Defense: Alex Freije, Chenango Forks; Trevor Borchardt, Chenango Forks; Bobby Kelly, Seton Catholic Central. Goalie: Keshawn Baker, Seton Catholic Central.