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Kayla Hill led St. John the Baptist in scoring on Tuesday, but also had some help from her teammates.
In this regard, the team's quarterfinal win had a similar feel to its other victories during the second half of the season.
Hill scored a game-high 15 points and also had 11 rebounds to lead No. 4 St. John the Baptist to a 62-55 win over No. 5 Our Lady of Mercy in the quarterfinals of...Read more »
The stars came out Friday at St. Anthony’s. The LI indoor track world got a break from county-specific battles and was treated to battle of LI’s best. Kellenberg’s Jazmine Fray headlined the festivities with a victory in the 600. Fray’s one minute, 37.02 second triumph bested St. Anthony’s Emily O’Neill, who finished second in 1:38.02. North Shore’s...Read more »
While Smithtown West’s Ben Bonhurst made headlines with his state record setting 65 foot throw in the shot put, many other outstanding athletes put forth stellar performances at the LI Elite Track Invitational, held Friday at St. Anthony’s. Islip’s Mike Watts won the 3,200 meters in nine minutes, 37.60 seconds. Miller Place’s Jeremy Miekley was second in 9:44.60. Northport’s Mike Brannigan...Read more »
After closing out the season 7-1 and placing second in the CHSAA championship meet, Chaminade swimming coach Angelo Pellicone is looking forward to bringing his group up to the state championship meet in Webster.
One word applies to Chaminade’s swimming squad: depth.
“Depth is critical for a team’s success because in a meet you can out score an opponent without any first place finishes,”...Read more »
The cast was a little different but for yet another season, Ward Melville’s sabre team was almost unstoppable.
In 2013, Alexa Antipas and Alexa Rohan, a pair of senior All-Long Island fencers, led the way with then-junior Kacy Charpin in the mix as well.
This season, Charpin was at the head of a new triumvirate, which featured juniors Carly Weber-Levine and Ilana Solomon.
Antipas,...Read more »
When the playoffs began, Seaford coach Bob Vachris wouldn't - nor could he - make any assurances about his team's projections. His team just wanted to enjoy the ride, he said, and looking ahead, "all I can guarantee is that we'll be a tough out."
They're still in.
The Vikings advanced to the Nassau Class A girls basketball semifinals by stunning second-seeded Wantagh, 44-42, on Wednesday....Read more »
Chaminade’s Connor Watson entered the season motivated by his loss in the 2013 CHSAA state finals.
Kellenberg’s Jason Javier entered the season with high aspirations but less experience on the big stage.
Both reached their goal on Sunday as the best of the best convened at Chaminade for the CHSAA state championship.
“It’s really all about mental toughness because a lot of these...Read more »
The quarterfinals have been cruel to Lawrence.
The Golden Tornado fell to Carey, 64-63, in overtime on Tuesday in the quarterfinals of the Nassau Class A playoffs, marking the third consecutive season Lawrence went into the round as the county's top-seed and left with a loss.
Adrian Denner scored 18 points and had 11 rebounds, and Kieran Murchie added 16 points to lead Carey.
Dwayne...Read more »
It was a night of upsets in the Nassau County Class A boys basketball quarterfinals as the top three seeds –Lawrence, South Side, West Hempstead– were all upset.
Six-seeded Hewlett got 34 points and 14 rebounds from Avery Feldman in its 71-69 upset of No. 3 West Hempstead. Messiah Ajayi-Clark added six of his eight points in the fourth, including four free throws in final three minutes as...Read more »
Josh Hyon admitted he was more mentally exhausted than physically exhausted late in Wheatley’s Nassau Class B semifinal game.
Yet it didn’t prevent him from making the biggest basket in the second-seeded Wildcats’ 72-68 victory over No. 3 East Rockaway Saturday at LIU Post.
Hyon’s putback off his own miss was the winning field goal in the third overtime that gave Wheatley (11-7) a 70-68...Read more »