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The Long Island Senior Girl's Lacrosse League was formed in the Spring of 2000. The goal of the League continues to be to provide a competitive league for seventh and eighth grade girls to augment their participation on their middle school teams, or in the case of private school girls whose schools do not have lacrosse teams, the opportunity to play. The League has three different divisions which are the pure seventh grade division, the mixed seventh and eighth grade division, and the pure eighth grade division. As of 2008, all three divisions are playing regular U.S. Lacrosse rules, which includes full checking. LISGYLL was the primary participant and the leading league in the U.S. Lacrosse Full Checking Experimental Program for the past three years. The only rule exception that is used in LISGYLL games is that the clock still runs throughout the 25 minute halves with no stoppage on goals. The clock still stops on whistles in the final two minutes of play in each half or on time-outs. Each team gets only two time-outs per game which can be taken at anytime but only after goals. Each home team MUST have a clock, a table, and a visible score board. Each team at every game will pay one of the two officials $70 cash prior to the start of each game. As we enter our tenth season of play we wish all of our players, coaches, officials (some of the best on the Island) and fans the best of luck as the League continues to be one of the finest in the United States.
CHAMPS!
Oyster Bay won the 2013 7th/8th Grade Division Championship
Oyster Bay (5-3 overall) won the 2013 7th/8th Grade Division Championship defeating an excellent Hicksville team (5-3) in an extremely well played and close game. Oyster Bay had beaten the previously undefeated Seaford team (7-1) in the semi-finals.
7th/8th Grade Championship
Hicksville (5-3) made an extremely valiant effort in a great 7th/8th Grade Championship game against the above Oyster Bay team. They proudly show off their Finalist trophies. Hicksville had beaten a very good Massapequa team in their semi final to get to the Championship game. Hicksville was led by long time LISGYLL coach, Larry Fox, pictured in the middle, who is the most senior and respected of all LISGYLL's coaches. Larry, with no children on the team for the past 10 years, has coached the Hicksville LISGYLL team for even longer than that.


Seventh Grade Division Champion

The 2014 Seventh Grade Division Championship game saw Garden City playing Connetquot on the Burns Park stadium field on the night of May 20th courtesy of the Massapequa Lacrosse Club.  Garden City was the 7th grade west conference champion after defeating Manhasset 11-8 while Connetquot won the east conference championship with a 8-6 victory over Cold Spring Harbor. The Divisional Championship game was as great a game as the conference championships.  In this closely and exceptionally played game by both teams Garden City won 8-7 to claim the Division Championship.  Better middle school age lacrosse play cannot be found anywhere else in the United States 

The Wantagh 8th grade LISGYLL team won a dramatic and exciting 2013 Eighth Grade Conference A Championship against an extremely excellent Cold Spring Harbor team in the final game of the season.  Cold Spring entered the game undefeated having won their semi final game against a good Port Washington 8th grade team.  Wantagh entered the Championship game with a 6-2 record and having won their semi final game against the always tough and competitive Harborfields team.  In the second week of the season Cold Spring Harbor had pulled out a regular season victory over Wantagh by the score of 7-5.  In the outstanding championship game the two teams went to overtime and Wantagh came out on the plus side this time out.  Both teams are marvelously coached and play the game as well as anyone around.  Congratulations to both teams for two outstanding seasons and years in LISGYLL.  The League wishes both teams the best of luck as they move onto High School.