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LONGMEADOW 21 / ALGONQUIN  4                       5/30/14

Lancers dominated this game from start to finish. Longmeadow was a bit rusty at the start but played solid for the majority of the game. William Lukas had many nice looks and took advantage of them with a five goal performance. Drew Kelleher, Cam Kelleher and Max Stukalin each tallied three times for the Lancers. Defensively Ryan, Leveillee, Cotnoir, Falcone, Casaceli, Cruz, Samuelson, and Mulcahy all played well for the Lancers.  Longmeadow now faces the Bombers from Westfield on Tuesday night.   

Goals: Will Lukas (5), Max Stukalin (3), Drew Kelleher (3), Cam Kelleher (3), Matt DeMarche (1), Zach Lukas (1), Kevin Hussey (1), Myles Smith (1), Kyle Gagne (1), Connor Ostrander (1), Rocco Casaceli (1).  

Asst: Cam Kelleher (3), Will Lukas (2), Matt DeMarche (2), Zach Lukas (1), Myles Smith (1), Max Stukalin (1), Kyle Gagne (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (4).


LONGMEADOW 20 / TANTASQUA 2       5/27/14

Lancers dominated this game from start to finish. The game ended with 2 minutes left in the 3rd due to severe weather conditions. It was the under classmen leading the way today scoring 14 of the 20 goals. The Lancers now prepare for Algonquin this Friday in Longmeadow.

Goals: Cam Kelleher (6), Max Stukalin (4), Will Lukas (3), Myles Smith (3), Drew Kelleher (2), Kyle Gagne (1), Connor Ostrander (1).   

Asst: Will Lukas (3), Cam Kelleher (2), Drew Kelleher (2), Matt DeMarche (1).

Saves: Draymore (3).

Click here for link to photos of the Tantasqua game courtesy of John Polak. Thank you John!!




Thank you Coach Kane !

Former Head Coach Dan Kane was recently honored at halftime of the Westfield game on May 8th . Dan spent 30 years at the high school as a guidance counselor and for 10 years ('82-'91) as Head Coach of the Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team. In his 10 years as head coach, Longmeadow went to the state finals 9 times and won 7 state championships. (There was no championship game in 1982).  Coach Kane was joined on the field by his entire family including wife his Joyce and a few dozen of his former players, some of whom traveled a great distance to welcome the coach back, present him with a new jacket, and say THANK YOU!


LONGMEADOW 21 / AMHERST 1                     5/15/14

In the final regular season game before playoffs, the Lancers overwhelmed visiting Amherst 21-1. Longmeadow built up a 5 goal lead after one quarter of play and never looked back. This game allowed Longmeadow coaches an opportunity to work with a few new faces. Colin McClure handled the majority of face-offs tonight winning 12 out of 23. Kiernan Mulcahy and Devin Samuelson made their presense felt on defense playing the body well and making aggressive stick checks. Offensively it was senior Johnnie Falcone netting 2 on 4 shots. The Lancers finish the regular season at 19-1 and now wait to hear on playoffs seeding.

Goals: Drew Kelleher (5), Cam Kelleher (4), Kris Campbell (2), Myles Smith (2), Johnnie Falcone (2), Will Lukas (1), Reid Leveillee (1), Rocco Casacelli (1), Josh Goldberg (1), Colin McClure (1), Isaac Chase (1).

Assists: Will Lukas (3), Drew Kelleher (2), Cam Kelleher (2), Matt DeMarche (1), Kyle Gagne (1).

Saves: Draymore (1)


LONGMEADOW 11  /  ALGONQUIN 2          5/14/2014                                                      

The Lancers hit their stride today and dominated play against the Algonquin Tomahawks.  Longmeadow’s 11-2 win today improves their overall record to 18-1. Scoring was balanced today between the attackmen and the midfielders. Defensively the team played well but did commit 6 penalties. Lancers executed man down defense flawlessly stopping the Tomahawks on all 6 attempts.  This coming Thursday is Senior Night and the Lancers’ final regular season game.

Goals: Will Lukas (2), Myles Smith (2), Cam Kelleher (2), Colin McClure (1), Matt DeMarche (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Max Stukalin (1), Kris Campbell (1).

Asst: Drew Kelleher (3), Will Lukas (2), Matt DeMarche (1), Kyle Gagne (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (7)


LONGMEADOW 19 / NORTHAMPTON  3       5/13/14

Longmeadow continues to roll. Heading down the home stretch the Lancers continue winning games handily. What has changed over the past couple of weeks? The Lancers now come out strong and continue throughout the game. This game was nearly out of reach at halftime with the Lancers up 11-2. Northampton had few answers for the Lancers offense today. Max Stukalin did a nice job at face-offs allowing Drew Kelleher a night off.  Next up for the Lancers are the Algonquin Tomahawks Wednesday night.

Goals: Drew Kelleher (4), Cam Kelleher (3), Myles Smith (2), Matt DeMarche (2), Max Stukalin (2), Reid Leveillee (2), Will Lukas (1), Josh Goldberg (1), Kyle Gagne (1), Kris Campbell (1).

Assists: Will Lukas (6), Matt DeMarche (2), Dan Cotnoir (2), Drew Kelleher (1), Cam Kelleher (1).

Saves: Matt Pierson (1), Evan Novak (3).


LONGMEADOW  12 / MINNECHAUG 5             5/12/2014

The Lancers improved to 16-1 today with a hard fought win over the Minnechaug Falcons. Scoring today was balanced with 5 separate players scoring multiple goals.  Drew Kelleher won 20 out of 21 face-offs allowing the Lancers to dominate time of possession. Defensively the team started slow but finished well. Next game Tuesday night in Northampton.

Goals: Drew Kelleher (3), Cam Kelleher (2), Will Lukas (2), Max Stukalin (2), Max Chipouras (2), Matt DeMarche (1).

Assists: Will Lukas (4), Drew Kelleher (2), Myles Smith (1), Kyle Gagne (1), Max Stukalin (1).

Saves: Draymore (5)


LONGMEADOW 11  /  ST. JOHN’S SHREWSBURY  6   5/09/2014

Tonight the boys showed up to play. Offensively it was the extra pass that made all the difference. Most goals were scored from the crease area in front of the goalie, classic 2013 championship team style.  Leading the offense was Drew Kelleher’s 6 goals and Will Lukas’s 5 assists.   Connor Ostrander did a nice job scooping up ground balls for the Lancers. Defensively we slid well to cover St. John’s attackmen and did a much better job playing the body. But it was Matt Draymore who stole the show defensively making 11 saves and playing big between the posts. Next up the Algonquin Tomahawks this Saturday.


Goals: Drew Kelleher (6), Max Stukalin (2), Cam Kelleher (1), Kris Campbell (1), Myles Smith (1).

Asst: Will Lukas (5), Max Stukalin (1), Matt DeMarche (1), Myles Smith (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (11).


LONGMEADOW  9 / WESTFIELD  3                         5/8/14

In a battle of rivals, the Lancers used a strong defensive second half to pull away from a stingy Westfield squad. The fact that the Lancers had 9 penalties tonight did not help the cause. At this point last year the Lancers were a well oiled machine, as of today they’re still looking for their mojo.  Big game Friday night against an undefeated St. John’s team, go Lancers.

Goals: Cam Kelleher (3), Drew Kelleher (3), Max Stukalin (2), Kyle Gagne (1).

Assists: Will Lukas (2), Max Stukalins (2), Drew Kelleher (1), Myles Smith (1).

Saves: Draymore (10).



LONGMEADOW 14 / SOUTH HADLEY 4                             5/5/14

Lancers improved their record to 13-1 this evening over an improving South Hadley team.  This game was played without any emotion from either team which provided many of the parents the opportunity to send out a few emails and text messages. Leading the scoring today was Drew Kelleher with 6 goals.  Matt Draymore played well at goal with 12 saves. 

Goals: Drew Kelleher (6), Cam Kelleher (2), Myles Smith (2), Will Lukas (1), Dan Cotnoir (1), Max Stukalin (1), Matt DeMarche (1).

Assists: Cam Kelleher (3), Max Stukalin (2), Will Lukas (1), Matt DeMarche (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Myles Smith (1).
Saves: Draymore (12)


LONGMEADOW  9  /  MEDFIELD   10                                5/3/14
It was a breezy Saturday night, in Medfield, with many Longmeadow youth players and fans cheering on the Lancers against the always tough Medfield Warriors. The action was back and forth on both ends of the field, with each team keeping the game tight.  It was the Lancers midfielders leading the scoring today with 6 of the 9 goals. Max Stukalin and Myles Smith accounted for 6 of these Lancers goals.  At the end of 3 periods of play the game was tied 8-8. Medfield on a soft goal with 5 minutes left in the game takes their very first lead at 10-9. The final 5 minutes of the game was electric, it had all the makings of an over-time game. Unfortunately for the Lancers a couple of turnovers and some superb goaltending from the Medfield goalie was just enough for tonight’s 10-9 victory and the Lancers first loss in two years. 

Goals:    Max Stukalin (4), Myles Smith (2), Will Lukas (1), Cam Kelleher (1), Kris Campbell (1).
Asst:      Max Stukalin (1), Will Lukas (1), Kris Campbell (1).
Saves:    Matt Draymore  (2).


LONGMEADOW 21 / EAST LONGMEADOW 1                 5/2/14

An improving LHS squad easily handled East Longmeadow by a score of 21 to 1 on a cloudy Thursday afternoon in Longmeadow. The game was never in doubt.  The Lancers out shot the Spartans by a 10 to 1 margin and had continued pressure on the Spartans goalies throughout the game. Leading the offense today were Drew Kelleher (7 pts) and Will Lukas (7 pts).
Goals:   Drew Kelleher (5), Will Lukas (4), Matt DeMarche (2),  Max Stukalin (2),  Cam Kelleher (2), Kyle Gagne (2), Rocco Casacelli (1), Myles Smith (1), Josh Goldberg (1), Connor Ostrander (1).  

Assists:  Will Lukas (3), Drew Kelleher (2), Kyle Gagne (2), Cam Kelleher (2), Matt DeMarche (1), Myles Smith (1), Josh Goldberg (1).  
Saves: Draymore (2).


LONGMEADOW 24 / AGAWAM  1               4/29/14



LONGMEADOW 12 / CATHEDRAL 0               4/28/14

It was all Lancer today, pounding on a depleted Cathedral team 12-0. Longmeadow built up a 7 goal lead after one quarter of play and never looked back. This game allowed Longmeadow coaches an opportunity to work with future face-off guys, Max Stukalin and Colin McClure.  When called upon both face-off men held their own, winning 10 out 12 from the X. Offensively and defensively there was not a whole bunch to write about, but the game did provide a playing opportunity for future starters.  Lancers improve their record to 10-0 as they prepare for their battle with Eastern Mass rival the Medfield Warriors this Saturday at Medfield.

Goals: Will Lukas (4), Drew Kelleher (3), Kris Campbell (1), Kyle Gagne (1), Cam Kelleher (1), Kevin Hussey (1), Myles Smith (1).

Assists: Will Lukas (4), Cam Kelleher (2), Max Stukalin (2), Matt DeMarche (1), Kris Campbell (1), Rocco Casaceli (1).

Saves: Novak (1), Matt Pierson (1).



Lancers dominated this game from start to finish. Longmeadow was a bit rusty at the start but played solid for the majority of the game. Drew dominated face-offs and our ground ball effort was excellent. Nick Crews had a nice coast to coast goal early in the 4th quarter. Lancers now gear up for the Algonquin Tomahawks this Saturday in Longmeadow. 

Goals: Drew Kelleher (4), Isaac Chase (2), Matt DeMarche (2), Nick Crews (1), Josh Goldberg (1), Will Lukas (1), Max Stukalin (1), Myles Smith (1).  

Asst: Will Lukas (3), Cam Kelleher (1), Josh Goldberg (1), Kiernan Mulcahy (1), Drew Kelleher (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (1).


LONGMEADOW 18 / WEST SIDE 4        4/22/14

An improving LHS squad kicked it into gear in the second half and easily handled West Springfield by a score of 18 to 4 on a rainy Tuesday night. Coach Liebel took advantage of playing a young West Springfield team and rested many of his starters.  Leading the scoring this evening was the attack of Campbell, Hussey, and Santinello accounting for 10 of the 18 goals. Lancers now prepare for Northampton Thursday night.

Goals: Kris Campbell (4), Kevin Hussey (3), Dom Santinello (3), Max Chipouras (2), Josh Goldberg (1), Dylan Helmus (1), Johnnie Falcone (1), Dan Cotnoir (1), Reid Leveillee (1), Connor Ostrander (1).

Assists: Dom Santinello (3), Max Chipouras (2), Kris Campbell (2), Kevin Hussey (1), Kyle Gagne (1).   

Saves: Matt Pierson (3)


LANCERS OVER PINKERTON 11-9      4/19/2014

April vacation just got off to a great start with Saturday’s 11-9 victory over Pinkerton Academy. After falling behind 0-3 early in the first quarter, the Lancers were able to painfully battle back to a 4-4 halftime score.  Matt Draymore had his best and most active game of the year.  Matt denied Pinkerton 11 times, 2 of the prettiest saves came late in the 4th quarter sealing the win for the Lancers.  Drew Kelleher won 78% of his face-offs and accounted for 11 ground balls.  All in all a hard fought battle.

Goals: Zach Lukas (2), Matt DeMarche (2), Drew Kelleher (2), Cam Kelleher (2), Will Lukas (1), Max Stukalin (1), Isaac Chase (1).

Assists: Zach Lukas (3), Will Lukas (2), Cam Kelleher (1), Matt DeMarche (1), Myles Smith (1), Max Stukalin (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (11).


LONGMEADOW 13 / AMHERST 3           4/17/14

On a cold Thursday afternoon in Amherst, the offense got up to speed early and often taking down the Hurricanes by a score of 13-3. The Lancers ended the 1st quarter with a 6-0 lead and never looked back.  Coach Liebel used this early lead to get a few new faces into the scoring column. Junior Kiernan Mulcahy played well dodging from up top and freshman Kris Campbell proved he could find ways to get open around the crease. Lancers now head North to Derry, N.H. to play the Pinkerton Astro’s on Saturday.

Goals: Cam Kelleher(5), Max Stukalin(2), Max Chipouras (1), Myles Smith (1), Josh Goldberg (1), Matt DeMarche (1), Kiernan Mulcahy (1), Kris Campbell (1).

Assists: Max Stukalin (4), Will Lukas (3), Kris Campbell (1), Matt DeMarche (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (2), Evan Novak (2), Matt Pierson (1).


LONGMEADOW 11 / MINNECHAUG 2         4/14/2014

It wasn't pretty, but a win is a win. Sound familiar? Don’t get me wrong, we love beating Minnechaug, but we’re still waiting for the 2013 champions to show up. On the positive side Drew Kelleher won 15 of 16 face-offs and the defense played a much better man down defense. Looking forward, we head north to Amherst on Thursday and then to Derry N.H. on Saturday to play the Astros of Pinkerton Academy.

Goals: Drew Kelleher (4), Matt DeMarche (2), Max Stukalin (2), Myles Smith (2), Will Lukas (1).

Asst: Will Lukas (2), Max Stukalin (1), Cam Kelleher (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (7



LONGMEADOW 9 / BOSTON COLLEGE HIGH SCHOOL  5                4/12/2014

It wasn't pretty, but a win is a win. After falling behind 0-2 early in the first quarter, the Lancers were able to painfully battle back to a 4-3 halftime lead. Leading the Lancers offense today was Drew Kelleher with four goals. Defensively it was Jack Ryan’s 3 ground balls and forced takeaway leading the stingy Lancers defense.  The Lancers had 7 penalties which lead to 5 man-down goals for BC High. Longmeadow now prepares for its arch rival Minnechaug this Monday in Longmeadow.

Goals: Drew Kelleher (4), Max Stukalin (2), Zach Lukas (1), Cam Kelleher (1), Dom Santinello (1).

Asst: Will Lukas (2), Cam Kelleher (1), Zach Lukas (1), Drew Kelleher (1), Max Stukalin (1), Kyle Gagne (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (8



LONGMEADOW 12 / WESTFIELD 2     4/10/2014

The Lancers hit their stride today and dominated play against the Bombers of Westfield. Longmeadow winning today 12-2 and improves their overall record to 3-0. Myles Smith continues his early season success with his 2nd multi-goal game of the year. Freshman Cam Kelleher and Junior Matt DeMarche each netted 3 goals for the Lancers.  Solid defensive play as usual.  The game turned sloppy in the 2nd & 3rd periods. They’ll need to take better care of the ball on Saturday when they face Division 1 powerhouse BC High.

Goals: Matt DeMarche (3), Cam Kelleher (3), Myles Smith (2), Josh Goldberg (2), Will Lukas (1), Drew Kelleher (1).

Asst: Will Lukas (3), Kyle Gagne (2), Drew Kelleher (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (5).


LONGMEADOW 16 / SOUTH HADLEY 1           4/07/13

The Lancers got the offense up to speed early and often taking down the South Hadley Tigers by a score of 16-1. The Lancers improve to 2-0 with today’s home victory. The scoring was spread between 9 different offensive players, all made possible by Drew Kelleher, who won 75% of his face-offs. The defense lead by returning starters Jack Ryan, Reid Leveillee, Nick Crews & Daniel Cotnoir accounted for 8 of the 10 Lancers forced turnovers. Overall a good warm-up for Thursday’s game against the Bombers of Westfield.

Goals: Myles Smith (3), Cam Kelleher (3), Drew Kelleher (2), Will Lukas (2), Dom Santinello (2), Matt DeMarche (1), Isaac Chase (1), Josh Goldberg (1), Bruce Tyler(1).

Assists: Will Lukas (7), Matt DeMarche (2) Drew Kelleher (1), Cam Kelleher (1).

Saves: Matt Draymore (1), Evan Novak (2), Matt Pierson



LONGMEADOW 10/ CANTERBURY  3                 4/02/14

Let the season begin!  The Lancers entered today’s game with very little pre-season field practice and it showed.  The offense was a bit slow on their passing game and had more than a few dropped passes.  Defensively the Lancers were solid.  Reid Leveillee and Jack Ryan accounted for 5 forced turnovers and kept the crease clear all afternoon.  In an extremely physical game, Longmeadow held up just fine.

Goals: Zach Lukas (4), Drew Kelleher (3), Myles Smith (1), Will Lukas (1), Matt DeMarche (1). 

Assists: Zach Lukas (2), Will Lukas (2), Max Stukalin (1), Myles Smith (1). 

Saves: Draymore (8).






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Lancers down Medfield 10-7 in State Finals


  Photo courtesy of Greg MacDonald



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Varsity Game Results
2014 RECORD   21 - 2

4/2    @ Canterbury          W 10-3
4/7    vs South Hadley      W 16-1
4/10  @ Westfield             W 12-2
4/12  vs BC High               W  9-5
4/14  vs Minnechaug        W 11-2
4/17  @ Amherst               W 13-3
4/19  @ Pinkerton             W 11-9
4/22  @ W. Springfield
      W 18-4
4/24  vs Northampton      W 13-1
4/28  vs Cathedral            W 12-0
4/29  vs Agawam
              W 24-1
5/2    vs E. Longmeadow   W 21-1
5/3    @ Medfield                L 9-10
5/5    @ South Hadley       W 14-4

5/8     vs Westfield             W 9-3
5/9     vs St. John's
            W 11-6
5/12   @ Minnechaug         W 12-5
5/13   @ Northampton       W 19-3
5/14   vs Algonquin           W 11-2
5/15   vs Amherst              W 21-1
5/27* vs Tantasqua          W 20-2
5/30* vs Algonquin           W 21-4
6/3*   vs Westfield             L 9-10

* Playoff Game

JV Game Results

2014  RECORD    11 - 4

4/4    vs Agawam            Postpnd
4/7    vs South Hadley     W 16-3
4/10  @ Westfield            W 10-3
4/14  vs Minnechaug       W 11-7
4/16  @ Deerfield             L  3-10
4/17  @ Amherst              W 14-2
4/19  @ Pinkerton            L 4-5
4/22  @ W. Springfield     W 16-0

4/24  vs Northampton     W 14-0
5/2    vs E. Longmeadow  Cncld
5/3    @ Medfield              L 1-6
5/5    @ South Hadley
      W 11-1
5/8     vs Westfield           W 13-1
5/9     vs St. John's
           L 8-11
5/12   @ Minnechaug        W 9-3
5/13   @ Northampton      W 11-1
5/14   vs Algonquin           Cncld
5/15   vs Amherst  
           W 16-1

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