Dryden Lax Calendar

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Today's Lax Game is Postponed (04/15/2014)

Today's (04/15/2014) Varsity Lax Game versus Elmira Notre Dame is postponed. Snow, Standing Water on the field and a 17 degree wind-chill, not the best conditions for any outdoor sport.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Varsity Laxers fall to Whitney Point look to rebound against Oneonta on Saturday

Whitney Point 18, Dryden 6


Dryden 2 1 2 1 6
Whitney Pt. 3 3 7 5 18
Dryden goals-assists: Ross Cole 2-0; Joe Delucia 0-2; Dan Atwood 1-1; Eric Dardia 2-0; Gavin Marsh 1-0. WP goals-assists: Jake Lynch 4-4; Corey Hodges 3-1; Dylan Eldridge 4-0; Brett Ellerson 1-3; Dan Ellerson 1-0; Donovan Sturdevant 2-1; Will Hoyt 1-1; Pat Sluznis 1-0; Victor Beecher 1-0; Eric Hamm 0-1. Shots: D 27; WP 38. Ground balls: WP 33. Faceoffs: WP 16-28. Man-up: D 1-3; WP 2-2. Goalie saves: Drew Gardner (WP) 10. Records: Whitney Point 5-1.

Next up is Oneonta - 10:30am face off on the Stadium Field

Modified Boys open with a Win at Watkins Glen

Thanks for the post game photo Todd Ashley!

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Today's Dryden Lacrosse Home opener will take place at TC3 @ 5pm

Today is Dryden Varsity Lacrosse's 8th Home Opener. (5PM at TC3) Dryden Lax started in Dryden in the fall of 2000. We had our first school modified team in 2004 and First Varsity in 2007. This photo is of a few of this years seniors during the dairy day parade in 2007 as they were finishing their 5th grade year. Find more about our History at http://www.drydenlax.com/search?updated-min=2007-01-01T00%3A00%3A00-05%3A00&updated-max=2008-01-01T00%3A00%3A00-05%3A00&max-results=1

Friday, April 4, 2014

Lion Laxers fall to 0-3, look to rebound Saturday at END

Maine-Endwell 17, Dryden 4


Dryden 1 0 1 2 4
M-E 10 3 2 2 17
Dryden goals-assists: Joe DeLucia 3-1; Erik Dardia 1-0; Ross Cole 0-1. M-E goals-assists: Brock Post 6-4; Connor O’Brien 4-0; Vincent Vultaggio 2-0; Paul Jensen 2-0; Jamie Hess Jr. 0-3; Justin Miller 1-1; Justin Kopansky 0-1; Tyler Thompson 1-0; Kyle Urban 1-0; Hunter Hazen 0-1; Jake Berstein 0-1. Shots: D 11; M-E 57. Ground balls: D 17; M-E 30. Faceoffs: M-E 17-23. Man-up: D 0-5; M-E 1-2. Goalie saves: Danver Space (D) 13; Tripp Calele (D) 5; Tyler DeSario (M-E) 1; Austin Smith (M-E) 4. Records: M-E 5-0.

Next Game Saturday @ Elmira Notre Dame - 11AM  McNaught Field  (link to directions)

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Boys Lacrosse Preview - Star Gazette


The Ithaca, Vestal and Johnson City boys lacrosse teams have enjoyed strangleholds on their respective Section 4 championships in recent years, a trend all three hope continues this season.

Ithaca has won five consecutive Class A crowns, Vestal the past three Class B titles and Johnson City the past two Class C titles. While the Little Red has an entirely new starting lineup from last year’s state runner-up, both Vestal and Johnson City have many key players returning as they seek a return to the state playoffs.

They will all undergo their quests in a revamped Section 4 Boys Lacrosse Conference, which will consist of three divisions, one more than a year ago.

Division I will consist of Bingham­ton, Corning, Ithaca, Horseheads, Ves­tal and Union-Endicott; Division II will include Chenango Valley, JC, Maine-Endwell, Oneonta, and Owego; and Di­vision III will feature Chenango Forks, Dryden, Elmira Notre Dame, Seton Catholic Central and Whitney Point.

Elmira will compete as an indepen­dent this season with first-year varsity
  program Watkins Glen.


Class A


Binghamton is seeking its sixth consecutive winning season, and will do so under first-year coach Mark Ward, who was instrumental in building the Owego program several years ago and has also had head coaching stints at Seton Catholic Central.

Ward inherits a squad with 17 seniors, but also three sophomores and three freshmen. Two of those freshmen, goalie Thomas Draper and attacker Stavros Zervos, will start. Among key seniors are All-Section 4 Divi­sion I defenseman Salen Turkovic and midfielder/ face-off specialist Ben
Stallman. Ithaca has gone 69-8 the past four seasons, ad­vancing to three state fi­nal fours, including a pair of state runner-up finish­es in 2011 and 2012. Though suffering heavy graduation losses, the Lit­tle Red do return senior attack Charlie Estill and junior attack Zach John­son.

Corning will have an new starting attack but returns midfielders Spen­cer Passmore, Sam Crusha and Garrett Huff. Austin Cates (defensive middie) and goalie Nick Nehring also return. Coach Chris Hogue is hopeful attacks Kyle Gri­maldi and Aidan Olm­stead and midfielder De­von Sullivan can emerge as viable contributors.


Class B


Former Vestal standout Chris Dutkowsky takes over the coaching reins at his alma mater. Dutkowsky’s squad features a good group of senior midfielders in Section 4  all-star and Syracuse­bound Pat Carlin, Cort­land State-bound Zach Cook, and Rob Potenzino. Troy Harding, another senior, will be a key pres­ence
at long-stick middie.

Junior Jake Nelson, a Section 4  all-star, is the top attack, and senior Nick Nestlerode returns in goal. Defensively, seniors Kevin Tung and Tyler Lane, junior Kolby Kurat­nick and sophomore Ea­mon Reynolds will be key.

“I don’t feel any pres­sure,” said Dutkowsky, of extending Vestal’s sec­tional title streak. “I just want to keep everything going the way it’s been. The (kids) have been great. I came in, and right from the start they trust­ed the change to myself and (assistant) Scott
Faulkner very well.” Horseheads could emerge as a Section 4  Class B title threat. The Blue Raiders are bol­stered by a quartet of re­turning Section 4 all­stars: senior attack Jor­dan Gush (33 goals last season), senior defense­man Bailey Bourgeois, senior goalie Chris Bucca­relli and sophomore mid­fielder Ian Cook (27 goals-25 assists). Class C

Johnson City went undefeated through regularseason and Section 4  post­season play last season, and while the Wildcats must replace nine Section 4 all-stars, there is suffi­cient talent another title
run. Most notable among the returnees are senior midfielder Nick Neferis (56 goals-18 assists) and junior attack Shane Majewski (63-31), who was Section 4's leading scorer last season and is the school’s all-time goals leader with 224. JC also features three other Section 4  all-stars in sophomore Adam Korutz — who moves from long­stick middie to defense — goalie Chris Charnetsky and defenseman Colby Chapman. Maine-Endwell, which lost 11-10 to Johnson City in last year’s Class C final, should be among the chief challengers again this season.

Chenango Forks and Whitney Point both en­joyed
solid seasons a year ago and could find them­selves in the title hunt as well. Whitney Point features high-scoring Jake Lynch and Corey Hodges on attack, as well as goalie Drew Gardner, all three earning Section 4 all-star honors last season. Dono­van Sturdevant is another key returner. Owego lost several key players to graduation and will lean on returners Brandon Pauly on attack, Tyler Ford, Pat Bilbrey and Sean Smith in the mid­field, Ryan Wilson at long­stick middie, Dave Lopez on defense and Nick Fi­guerado in goal.

Elmira Notre Dame has the high-scoring sen­ior duo of Jonas McCaig and Brandon Mahajan on attack. Both are returning all-stars, along with sen­ior defender Will Pochal as part of a veteran ros­ter that should improve upon last year’s 3-13 cam­paign.

Dryden features con­siderable experience with third-year players Joe De­
Lucia (Section 4   all­star), Ross Cole and Dan Atwood, all capable scor­ers. Midfielder Erik Dardia leads a unit that also includes senior Ho­wie Lauretti and Duran Joyce. Jake Czpranski (long-stick) and Griffen Wood (defense) are sen­iors who should have an impact.

Independents


Elmira has a new coach in Jason Stukey, a graduate of longtime state power West Gene­see High who was the Express’s JV coach the past two seasons. He will guide a team that fea­tures returners Kyle Johnson and Joe Cerio in the midfield, Jordan Goldbourn and Tim For­rest on defense, Tyler Prunoske and Shea Ames on attack and Brandon Taft in goal.

Watkins Glen, under coach Joe Kostolansky will play a schedule against varsity and ju­nior varsity competi­tion.

Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Saturday's Elmira Notre Dame Game - New Field (different from previous years)

Elmira Notre Dame is getting turf on their old field and are playing home games on McNaught in Elmira.  The filed is off of Maple Ave but there is no parking on Maple.  Please see the map with directions below.