1. GLENN WRESTLING (remain at 1) The Knights capped an undefeated Suffolk League VI schedule with a 59-3 win at Miller Place. They earned victories over Commack and East Islip B at their own dual-meet tournament. Against Commack, Vinny Punzone (112 pounds) pinned his opponent in the second period, while Kenny Massa (103) won by technical fall extending the school’s dual-meet winning streak to 57. The two-time defending champions will host the League VI tournament at 9:30 a.m. Saturday.

2. HALF HOLLOW HILLS WEST BOYS BASKETBALL (remain at 2) Beat the best of Suffolk League IV last week, knocking off stubborn Bellport, Copiague and Deer Park. Tobias Harris’ 20-point scoring average for the week was modest by his standards, but he grabbed an impressive 42 rebounds in the three games.

3. EAST ISLIP BOYS BOWLING (remain at 3) The team finished 14-0 in league and conference play. They have a 37-match winning streak and average 1,104 per game and 3,649 per series, both state records. John Knieriemen is tops in the county with a 230 average, Eddy Tuskan is fourth at 223 and Bobby Martin sixth at 223.

4. HALF HOLLOW HILLS BOYS SWIMMING
(remain at 4) Another year, another undefeated dual-meet season for Half Hollow Hills, which ended the season with a 96-85 win over Ward Melville. This marks the fourth straight year Hills has had a perfect regular season. The four-time defending county champions are led by Long Island’s top diver, Ryan Savit, who scored a personal-best 286.13 against Deer Park/North Babylon.

5. HAUPPAUGE WRESTLING
(up from 6) The Eagles beat Sayville and Kings Park to win the Suffolk League V dual-meet title. Against Kings Park, Nick Mauriello upended All-State performer Max Soria, 9-2, at 112 pounds. They won the Newburgh Duals with wins over Arlington, Chaminade, Warwick Valley and Valley Central, 49-25, in the final. Chance Menendez was team MVP after earning three pins.

6. LONGWOOD BOYS BASKETBALL (down from 5) The Lions remained undefeated in Suffolk League I play at 10-0, with two tough victories behind guards Darien Davis and Tajric Boggs. They outlasted upset-minded Ward Melville, 67-65, and beat Brentwood, 86-74.

7. WARD MELVILLE GIRLS FENCING
(remain at 7) The undefeated Patriots (11-0) make their debut in the BIG 10 after a 19-9 win over Newfield. They have not been challenged this season. Christal Nworjih went 2-0 in epee for Ward Melville, which will play Commack (10-1) Thursday for the league title.

8. NORTH BABYLON GIRLS BASKETBALL (remain at 8) UConn-bound Bria Hartley is dominating. She had a triple-double with 27 points, 12 rebounds and 10 steals in a 60-32 win over Francis Lewis (Queens) in the Under Armour Classic. Katrina Plummer scored 19 points as the Bulldogs beat Half Hollow Hills East, 85-23.

9. EAST ISLIP GIRLS BOWLING (remain at 9) Lena Sorrentino leads Long Island with a 215 average and Tara Ernst rolls for a 203 average, two pins better than teammate Nikki Wilson. They’re the top three seeds in the county tournament. Islip’s Alex Devries is the only other girl averaging at least 200. The Redmen have a team average of 1,004.

10. GREAT NECK SOUTH BOYS SWIMMING (remain at 10) Great Neck South, having completed its second consecutive undefeated season, is primed to repeat as Nassau champions. It won the Division A championships, scoring 753.5 points. The team placed first in 11 of 12 events, finishing second only in the diving competition. Sam Mo, Ben Ching and Patrick Yang were all double winners.

ON THE OUTSIDE LOOKING IN St. John the Baptist boys basketball, Longwood wrestling, Sachem East girls basketball, Middle Country girls bowling, Bay Shore girls track, St. Anthony’s boys track.

WRESTLING - DUAL MEET
1. Glenn (21-0)
2. Hauppauge (23-0)
3. Longwood (24-0)
4. Connetquot (12-0)
5. Wantagh (23-6)
6. Rocky Point (18-2)
7. Sachem East (26-3)
8. Massapequa (17-2)
9. Brentwood (14-5)
10. St. Anthony’s (22-6)

BOYS BASKETBALL
1. Half Hollow Hills West (13-0)
2. Longwood (14-2)
3. St. John the Baptist (16-2)
4. Lutheran (12-5)
5. St. Mary’s (12-5)
6. Baldwin (12-2)
7. Uniondale (12-3)
8. Westbury (10-4)
9. South Side (10-4)
10. Harborfields (13-1)

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GIRLS BASKETBALL
1. North Babylon (12-2)
2. Sachem East (13-3)
3. St. Anthony’s (15-3)
4. St. John the Baptist (10-9)
5. Kellenberg (10-5)
6. Long Island Lutheran (14-2)
7. Ward Melville (14-2)
8. St. Mary’s (11-5)
9. Garden City (12-2)
10. Northport (12-1)

BOYS SWIMMING
1. Half Hollow Hills (10-0)
2. Great Neck South (9-0)
3. St. Anthony’s (7-0)
4. Jericho (7-2-1)
5. Sachem North (8-2)

BOYS TRACK
1. St. Anthony’s
2. Half Hollow Hills West
3. East Meadow
4. Calhoun
5. Westbury

GIRLS TRACK
1. Bay Shore
2. Garden City
3. Ward Melville
4. St. John the Baptist
5. St. Anthony’s

BOYS BOWLING
1. East Islip
2. Sachem East
3. Lindenhurst
4. Middle Country
5. Smithtown

GIRLS BOWLING
1. East Islip
2. Middle Country
3. Islip
4. Division
5. Longwood

Athletes of the Week

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Karen Henning, St. Anthony’s: She won the weight throw with a toss of 51-61/4 at the Millrose Games.

Janet Mellor, Mt. Sinai: She won three track events, including the 55 meters, 55-meter hurdles and the 300 meters at the Suffolk small school track championships.

Chris DiIorio, Sachem East: The senior was named Most Outstanding Wrestler of the Sachem East tournament after earning a 7-4 win over All- County performer Jake Smith of Smithtown West in the 189- pound final.

Dave Ng, Plainedge: The 215-pound junior pinned defending county runner-up Tom Hall of Wantagh in 5:37 in the Nassau Class B dual-meet final at Clarke.

Bria Hartley, North Babylon: The UConn-bound senior had 27 points, 12 rebounds and 10 steals in a 60-32 win over Francis Lewis (Queens).

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Kristen Doherty, Sachem East: The Boston College- bound senior had 26 of her 28 points in the first half of a 67-37 win over South Shore in the Under Armour Classic. She also had 17 rebounds and six assists.

Zach Amateau, Plainview JFK: The senior scored a career-high 30 points for Plainview JFK (11-2, 8-1) in a boys basketball win over Mepham in Conference AA-III.

Taylor Sowah, Miller Place: He scored 13 of his 24 points in the first half and added six assists as Miller Place overtook Amityville for second place in Suffolk League VI.

Chris Corrigan, Long Beach: The senior took first in two solo swim events (100-yard freestyle, 50 freestyle) and helped his team win two relays (200 medley relay, 400 freestyle) at the Nassau Division D Championships.