2014 Newsday All-Long Island boys bowling team
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LONG ISLAND BOWLER OF THE YEAR: NICK CARUANA, Sachem East, Soph.
The county champion broke a Suffolk record with a 236.33 average and lead his team to its first state tournament since 2010. In the Suffolk championship tournament, he averaged a 256.67, with a 300 in Game 1 and a 299 in Game 2.
NASSAU BOWLER OF THE YEAR: BRANDON SOEDARMASTO, Division, Soph.
Soerdamasto bowled to a county-high 236.3, edging out Jeffrey Juarez by rolling a 300 in his final regular-season match. He also won the county title, with a six-game series of 1,389. His 1,221 in the state Sectional All-Star tournament helped pace Team Nassau to a second place finish.
JEFFREY JUAREZ, East Meadow, Sr.
Juarez led his Nassau-champion East Meadow all year, finishing second in the county with a 234.2 average. His game-high 219 and 1,193 six-game series was tops for his team in the state tournament, leading them to a fifth place finish.
ADAM ZIMMERMAN, Deer Park, Soph.
Zimmerman's 1,266 series led the Suffolk All-Stars to a state title, edging out Nassau by 46 pins. He had the second-best average in Suffolk, with a 234.48, with the second-most match points in the county (34).
JUSTIN OROBELLO, East Islip, 8th Grade
Orobello led one of the most dominant teams in the county to a 9-1 record, second only to Suffolk champion Sachem East. Along the way, East Islip amassed a Suffolk-best 1099.36 average, while Orobello bowled to a 230.50.
COACH OF THE YEAR: ANDREW GHIRARD, East Meadow