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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 »
CHSAA League Tournament -- At Holy Trinity
99 – Brian Kelly (SA) pinned Anthony Bartolotta (K), 1:05.
106 – Jason Javier (K) dec. Andrew Hotton (C), 15-4.
113 – John Twomey (SA) dec. Jonathan Krumholz (SJB), tf, 16-0.
120 – Benjamin Lamantia (SA) dec. Josh Newman (K), tf, 18-2.
126 – Joe Russ (SA) dec. Christian Briody (C), 9-1.
132 – Kevin Jackson (SA) dec. Marshall...Read more »
Suffolk League VI --Championship Final, At Shoreham-Wading River
99 - K. Meloni (SWR) dec. Wieck (G) 7-6 (OT).
106 - Ancewicz (G) pinned Witthuhn (G) 4:32.
113 - Hin (MP) dec. Shlonsky (MTS) 8-2.
120 - Szymanski (SWR) dec. Escobar (EH) 6-2.
126 - Maddock (WHB) pinned C. Meloni (SWR) 5:52.
132 - Taddeo (SWR) dec. DeBenedetto (G) 6-5.
138 - Ramirez (A) dec....Read more »
Alexa Morris didn’t just walk up to the free throw line, she ran to it.
That’s the kind of swagger Morris exuded late in Mepham’s Conference AA-III home game against Herricks last Friday.
“She’s an excellent free throw shooter and she’s confident,” Pirates coach Jim Mulvey said. “We love to have her on the line.”
Having Morris at the charity stripe paid off for Mepham in its 36-33...Read more »
With a League II championship under their belt, the Hauppauge boys swimming team is now looking forward to competing at the county meet next Saturday at Suffolk CC-Brentwood.
Coach Rich Lionetti acknowledged the strength of his top swimmers, such as Justin Plaschka, Nick Lauritano and brothers Trevor and Troy Maida, but he gives credit to another group of swimmers.
"A lot of strength...Read more »
Buncha big shots!
First, Rachel Greenspan knocked down a three from the right wing to put Syosset ahead by a point with 53 seconds left.
“I didn’t really think about it at the time; I just got the ball and put it up,” Greenspan said, “but that [shot] was definitely big for us.”
Temporary, though. Massapequa, on its ensuing possession, promptly tied it on Megan McCabe’s free throw...Read more »
Charise Wilson’s breakout season continues and a milestone was reached along the way.
The St. Anthony’s senior has assumed a leadership role, upped her scoring average by six points and, earlier this season, notched her 1,000th career point against rival St. Mary’s.
“She put a lot of time into it and worked hard to improve, so the accomplishment is very much deserved,” Friars coach Ken...Read more »
Amanda Lewis has established herself as one of the top foil fencers in Suffolk County and will be looking to cap both a strong season and strong career at Saturday’s county championships.
Lewis came into the day with a 34-4 record (winning 89% of her bouts), went undefeated in nine different meets and won gold in foil at December’s Jeff Wolfe Holiday Tournament at Brentwood. The senior has...Read more »
Friends Academy had its best season in program history last year, capturing its first Long Island championship. And the team, this season, is 14-2 overall.
But within that record is five wins in which the Quakers had to come from behind, four games decided by four or fewer points, and in that, a reason for this group to believe it's more prepared than before for the postseason.
"We've...Read more »