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1. St. Anthony’s (4-3): The Friars defeated Long Island Lutheran, 46-36, in the consolation game of the Slam Dunk Tournament in White Plains. Junior Chastity Taylor had 14 of her 21 points in the fourth quarter and added a career-high 19 rebounds. Senior Rebecca Musgrove scored her 1,000th career point. St. Anthony’s lost the first round to Ossining, 80-70.
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1. St. Anthony’s (4-3) 2. Sachem East (4-1) 3. Whitman (7-1) 4. St. John the Baptist (3-7) 5. Harborfields (7-1) 6. Southampton (5-3) 7. Commack...Read more »
1. Long Island Lutheran (6-2)
2. St. Mary's (4-2)
3. Baldwin (4-1)
4. North Shore (6-1)
5. Massapequa (6-0)
6. Farmingdale (7-0)
7. Uniondale (6-2)
8. Mepham (4-0)
9. MacArthur (5-2)
10. Sacred Heart (4-4)...Read more »
It was a battle for bragging rights to determine who is the No. 1 team on Long Island. Most people in basketball circles believe St. Anthony's and Long Island Lutheran are the top two teams and they played in the consolation game of the 14th annual Slam Dunk Tournament at the Westchester County Center in White Plains Sunday afternoon.
For the second consecutive season, St. Anthony's won, 46-36....Read more »
Did some random interviews the other day with a couple of Sewanhaka District’s top bowlers, Nick Genova and Rebecca Gotterbarn. Why? Because I was around and I like random interviews.
Genova is one of the leaders of the Sewanhaka boys bowling team, and the junior is not only following in his older brother Tommy’s footsteps, but also filling his shoes. The Genova name has become a prominent...Read more »
Wrestling fans will get to see some of the top talent on the Island Friday and Saturday as 10 strong squads get together at Sachem North.
Here’s a look at some of the top wrestlers that will be competing.
Jesse Dellavecchia of East Islip and John Busiello of Eastport-South Manor are the second- and third- ranked wrestlers at 106 pounds. Dellavecchia is a tenth-grader who finished second...Read more »
Dana DeMartino, Massapequa, G, Sr.
Adam Fox, E.Williston-Jericho, D, Fr.
Jonathan Kaszuba, Lynbrook-East Rockaway, F, Sr.
Nick Mangone, Massapequa, F, Sr.
Daniel Peterson, St. Anthony’s, G, Sr....Read more »
Ten Boys Runners to Watch:
1. Mike Engesser - Longwood, Sr.
2. Jlan Johnson- Uniondale, Sr.
3. Ayo Obadare- Elmont, Sr.
4. Alex Fitzgerald- Ward Melville, Sr.
5. Tom Meehan- Eastport-South Manor
6. Dan Thorne- Northport, Jr
7. Stephen Bourguet- Manhasset, Sr
8. Gabriel DaSilva- Herricks, Sr.
9. Ryan Udvadia, Shoreham- Wading River, Jr.
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1. Long Island Lutheran
2. St. Mary's
3. Central Islip
4. Deer Park
5. Lawrence 6. Amityville
8. Bay Shore
10. Baldwin...Read more »
It was fitting that Hauppauge guard Julie Williams scored her 1,000th career point on a three-point shot. Williams has led Suffolk in three-pointers made in each of the last two seasons, according to Hauppauge coach Jamie Edson, and back on Dec. 8 nailed a three-pointer in the third quarter of a 63-39 non-league win at Hampton Bays to reach the 1,000 point plateau. “When she’s open she makes everything,”...Read more »