5 Champions Crowned


2019 Boys Bronze Medal Game

For the bronze medal game, Central matched up with Western. After a hard fought

game, Western was able to pull out the one goal victory with a score of 8-7. After

coming back from a five goal deficit, Central was able to battle back. Face offs were a

huge factor as each team fought for possessions, especially towards the final

minutes of the game. In the end, Western was able to hold off Central to pull off the

win and to go home with the bronze medal.

2019 Boys Gold Medal Game

In the final bout of the day, the City took on Hudson Valley. After four exciting

quarters, NYC pulled out the win 7-5. Hudson Valley battled until the end, but the

City’s athletes proved to be too much in the end. It was a game of runs but NYC

would be the last to strike to solidify the gold medal. Hudson Valley broke down

defensively in the final minutes, which allowed NYC to score two important goals to

help them come out on top.

2017 Boys Bronze Medal Game

The medal round started out with New York City facing of against Central. New

York City dominated throughout, winning 9 to 4. Davis Chung was a workhorse,

playing great short-stick defense, and also scoring 4 goals. Paxton Travis recorded 2

assists for Central.

2017 Boys Gold Medal Game

The gold medal game was a one-sided affair. Western played their best game of the

tournament, beating Hudson Valley 9 to 1. Corey Yunker scored 2 goals for Western

during their dominating championship performance. Jamison Embury scored

Hudson Valley’s only goal of the championship game.

2015 Boys Gold Medal Game

The 2015 Gold Medal game led to an exciting finish as the Hudson Valley

2015 boys team came back to beat the Central team by a score of 10 to 8. Central

seemed to control the game from the start only to have Hudson Valley rally in the

fourth to take Gold. Hudson took the lead late and even buried an insurance goal

with 15 seconds left to seal the game. Hudson Valley attackmen Brendan Sunday

and Ryan Lee both supplied two goals to lead their team while Central attackman

Richie Easterly scored two for the Silver medalists.

2017 Girls Bronze Medal Game

Adirondack beat Western 4-3 to win the bronze medal game. Catherine Ohara

scored 2 goals for Adirondack. Maddie Montgomery and Shea Thomson each had

one goal for Adirondack. Ericka Kimble, Brenna Wilson, and Teaghan Wehner each

netted one goal for Western.

2017 Girls Gold Medal Game

The Girls 2017 Gold medal game was decided by an overtime goal scored by

Central’s Claire Odett, assisted by Mackenzie Alexander, to edge Long Island 8 to 7

to bring home gold. This game was tight throughout as both teams had chances to

take the lead late but a crease call against Long Island and a timely save on Central’s

last shot lead to the exciting overtime period. Central’s Mackenzie Alexander lead all

scorers with a four goal and one assist performance.

2015 Girls Bronze Medal Game

Hudson Valley girls beat New York City 11-4. Hudson Valley’s Mckenzie Poter

(3g,1a) along with Katie Kenny (2g,3a). New York City’s Bre Flynn scored (2g) along

with Maddie Podaras. Hudson Valley won the bronze medal.

2015 Girls Gold Medal Game

The girls Central team took home gold today after defeating Adirondack 7-6 in a

tough fought game. Adirondack, who took home bronze fought hard all the way until

the very end. Cara Quinby lead the way with two goals, two assist, and three draw

controls. Bri Sachs was also key in the game tallying two goals and an assist. Central

would eventually pull through in the end led by Haley Farrell with two goals and

three draw controls. While Nikki Delaney chipped in two goals as well.