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Tom DeRosa knows the feeling of getting to the finals and not winning it all. It happened last season for the Smithtown-Hauppauge goaltender.
So when it was time to get ready for his senior season this year, DeRosa decided to take on more of a leadership role and help the younger guys.
“You don’t realize how long of a season it is,” said DeRosa, who was named an assistant captain. “If...Read more »
Before he takes the ice, Jared Vuolo writes 'DAD' on his stick. There's so much meaning behind that for the East Islip center, who goes above and beyond for everyone he knows.
At 13 years old, Vuolo lost his father, Ralph, to a sudden heart attack while the two were playing video games at his house.
Since, Vuolo has honored his father in every which way he can.
"He always said...Read more »
Terry Harris scored his 1,000 career point on a free throw with 7:18 left in the fourth quarter of No. 7 Half Hollow Hills West's 60-52 Class AA first-round victory over No. 10 Newfield on Friday night.
Harris, who has played on varsity since his sophomore year, finished with a game-high 22 points.
"He got off to a hot start, hitting two three-pointers to start off the game," coach Bill...Read more »
It’s been a grand season of boys basketball for St. John the Baptist, as both of the Cougars’ top players – Tavon Ginyard and Kyle Williams -- crossed the 1,000-point barrier.
Ginyard, a 5-9 junior guard, achieved the milestone on Feb. 7 in a victory over Chaminade. Ginyard wears No. 3 and that’s appropriate as he is Long Island’s top three-point shooter this season with 74. He also leads...Read more »
The Nassau board of women gymnastics officials announced last week(ish) that it will be holding a gymnastics judging course for anyone interested in becoming a judge. To clarify: A judge is one of those people who sit at the table during events and is somehow able to quantify the value of a pointed toe. In short, there's a good amount of stuff to learn.
Requirements:...Read more »
Greg Gerber needed to thank someone. And he didn't wait.
The Bethpage senior forward scored his 1,000th career point during the fourth quarter of a boys basketball game against Floral Park last Friday. A timeout was called three possessions later to acknowledge the milestone, and Gerber was handed a plaque and a commemorative ball. He didn't hold the ball for long, though.
During the...Read more »
If a team throttles its opponent by 20 points, and without extenuating circumstances, would it not be fair to surmise that this team is superior? Likely. OK, now what if the losing team returns the favor and routs the other in a rematch?
Not so clear-cut.
And that’s what we have now in Conference A-III, after North Shore beat Floral Park, 72-48, yesterday. The victory evened the teams’...Read more »
Antipas vs. Horiuchi. Shu vs. Reina. Charpin vs. Gallant.
The 2014 Long Island Fencing Championships will have no shortage of marquee matchups.
Of the 12 individual medalists on Long Island this season, five will be fencing Tuesday at Wheatley when Ward Melville takes on Great Neck South for the boys championship, and Garden City meets Ward Melville for the girls title.
Both matchups...Read more »
The Suffolk individual fencing championships took place Saturday at Brentwood, with three fencers repeating as gold medalists and three more winning an individual title for the first time.
Ward Melville’s Mike Antipas won the boys foil title for the second-straight year, capping a day that also saw his team win a seventh-straight county championship.
“I fenced like I was…at a national...Read more »
Suffolk League III -- Championship Final, At Smithtown East:
99 – Sparacio (NB) dec. Trezza (SME) 5-1
106 – O'Neill (NB) dec. McShane (West Islip) 6-2
113 – Scully (New) dec. Sobotker (NB), 9-4
120 – Swanson (SW) major dec. Pat Ortiz (Cent), 11-0
126 – Nieves (New) major dec. Wolff (BS), 12-3
132 – Colonna(NB) dec. Force (SME) 5-3
138 – Bailey (NB) dec....Read more »