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Katie Reilly passes her way to Suffolk regular season points title

Huntington girls lacrosse player Katie Reilly

(Credit: Darin Reed)

Huntington scored 231 goals this season.

Katie Reilly had a direct hand in over half of them.

The Huntington sophomore established herself as one of the top playmakers in girls lacrosse, and finished the regular season as Suffolk county’s leader in both points (120) and assists (79).

While Reilly scored 41 goals this season, she stood out for her ability to create for others, a...

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Brentwood boys take top honors at Huntington Relay

Coach Mike Corona (holding trophy) and the Brentwood

(Credit: Handout)

With the county championships two weeks away, Suffolk County fencers took a break from their league schedules on Saturday and faced off in a different format.

All eight schools from Suffolk and one school from Massachusetts competed in the 17th annual Huntington Relay hosted at Huntington High School.

“It was a good time,” said Huntington coach Alan Kuver. “We had 350 kids who participated…and...

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Lady Blue Devils 'Diamond' press shines bright in title game win

Huntington forward Heather Forster passes the ball out

(Credit: Steven Ryan)

When Heather Forster hears Lady Blue Devils coach Mike Kaplan holler the play call from the sideline, Huntington’s forward knows it’s time to get going.

In the Lady Devils Basketball Invitational championship game Saturday at Freeport High School, Kaplan more often than not called out ‘Diamond’—Forster’s favorite formation.

“I was at the top of that,” said Forster, who at 6-1, is asked...

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Huntington upsets No. 2 Hills West in first round of Suffolk Class AA

Huntington boys soccer coach John Pagano called it one of the biggest wins in the program's history.

Ricky Velasquez, a junior forward, scored the winner unassisted with 15 minutes left from about 25 yards out as No. 15 Huntington upset No. 2 Half Hollow Hills West Tuesday afternoon, 1-0, in a Suffolk Class AA first-round playoff game. Lee Reiver had 11 saves in the shutout, including a few...

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