Connetquot holds top spot in Big 10

Tom Repalone of Connetquot reacts after pinning Rocky

Tom Repalone of Connetquot reacts after pinning Rocky Falsitta of Lindenhurst (not pictured) on Feb 8, 2014 at the Suffolk League II wrestling tournament. (Credit: Steven Ryan)

1. CONNETQUOT WRESTLING

The Thunderbirds rolled through the Suffolk League II tournament outscoring second-place Sachem North by 75 points. Connetquot crowned four champions: Tom Repalone (126 pounds), Gino Titone (145), Greg Chery (152), and Tom Flanagan (195). It was Connetquot's first league tournament title in three years, but their sixth since 2006. The Thunderbirds have won six tournament titles and all 12 dual meets.

2. SACHEM EAST WRESTLING


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The Flaming Arrows won their third straight Suffolk league tournament title. Sachem East captured League I and crowned four champions: Jakob Restrepo (145 pounds), Mike Pistone (170), Mark Tracy (182) and Sean Dee (285).

3. WARD MELVILLE GIRLS FENCING

The Ward Melville girls were led by Kacy Charpin, Ilana Solomon and Carly Weber-Levine, who combined to go 20-1 in sabre at the Suffolk championships. The Patriots outpointed second-place Commack, 54-37, and will vie for the school's 13th straight crown against Garden City tonight at Wheatley at 6 p.m.

4. LONG ISLAND LUTHERAN BOYS BASKETBALL

Elijah Bailey continued to produce for LuHi last week with a team-high 18 points in a 69-44 win against New Rochelle in the Upstate/Downstate Challenge Saturday at Uniondale High School. The Crusaders host St. Anthony's at 6:30 tonight.

5. WARD MELVILLE BOYS FENCING

The Patriots edged Brentwood in the Suffolk final, 45-44, the closest final in seven years. The Patriots needed all six points in the last match, a 6-3 win over Brentwood, to capture the title. They will vie for their seventh straight Long Island title tonight against Great Neck South at Wheatley at 6.

6. LONG ISLAND LUTHERAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

The Crusaders had a relatively light week but cruised to a 57-38 win over Brooklyn's Grand Street Campus on Sunday. Lutheran jumped out to a 28-6 first-quarter lead. Boogie Brozoski had 18 points, five assists and three steals, and Taylor Byrne added seven points and eight rebounds.

7. EAST ISLIP GIRLS BOWLING

The Redmen won their third Suffolk championship in four years and now have time plenty of time to prepare for the pursuit of their first state title since 2008. Long Island hosts the state tournament March 1 at Babylon Lanes.

8. BETHPAGE GYMNASTICS

After completing its second straight undefeated season and earning its second straight Conference I title, Bethpage took two of the three state team all-around spots thanks to a first-place performance by captain Sarah Ciresi (36.925) and a second-place finish for freshman Alyssa Firth (36.750).

9. BAY SHORE GIRLS TRACK

Anisa Toppin won the long jump (18-4) and the triple jump (38-31/2) at the Suffolk State Qualifier on Saturday. Aviana Goode won the 55- meter hurdles in 8.6 seconds.

10. LONGWOOD BOYS TRACK

The Suffolk Large School champions will occupy 14 spots at the New York State Championship meet after a banner day at the Suffolk State Qualifier on Saturday. Dennis Russell won the shot put with a throw of 62-1.

On the outside looking in: Amityville boys basketball, St. Anthony's boys track, Brentwood boys basketball, Hauppauge wrestling, St. Anthony's girls track, Jericho boys swimming.

WRESTLING DUAL MEET

1. Connetquot (12-0)

2. Sachem East (16-0)

3. Hauppauge (25-0)

4. John Glenn (18-0)

5. Rocky Point (21-3)

6. Shoreham-Wading River (26-1)

7. Wantagh (12-3)

8. Islip (14-2)

9. Patchogue-Medford (16-2)

10. East Islip (23-5)

BOYS BASKETBALL

1. Long Island Lutheran (17-2)

2. Amityville (16-2)

3. Brentwood (16-2)

4. Lawrence (15-1)

5. Holy Trinity (17-4)

6. Baldwin (13-2)

7. Hills East (17-1)

8. Elmont (12-3)

9. Deer Park (15-3)

10. Uniondale (12-2)

GIRLS BASKETBALL

1. Long Island Lutheran (15-2)

2. St. Anthony's (16-4)

3. St. Mary's (13-4)

4. North Babylon (17-1)

5. Baldwin (12-1)

6. Huntington (18-0)

7. Floral Park (15-1)

8. Kellenberg (14-3)

9. Harborfields (17-0)

10. North Shore (14-2)

BOYS BOWLING

1. Sachem East (13-1)

2. Middle Country (12-0)

3. East Meadow (8-2)

4. East Islip (13-1)

5. Longwood (10-3)

GIRLS BOWLING

1. East Islip (10-0)

2. Sewanhaka District (12-0)

3. Middle Country (9-2)

4. Comsewogue (6-4)

5. Commack (9-2)

BOYS SWIMMING

1. Half Hollow Hills 10-0

2. Garden City 9-0

3. Hauppauge 8-1

4. Farmingdale 8-2

5. Chaminade 7-1

BOYS FENCING

1. Ward Melville (14-0)

2. Great Neck South (13-1)

3. Brentwood (10-3)

4. Commack (11-3)

5. Oyster Bay (14-2)

GIRLS FENCING

1. Ward Melville (14-0)

2. Garden City (14-1)

3. Commack (12-2)

4. Great Neck South (11-4)

5. Half Hollow Hills (10-4)

HOCKEY

1. St. John the Baptist (16-2-1)

2. Smithtown (16-3-0)

3. Long Beach (13-1-1)

4. Levittown/Hicksville (13-2-2)

5. Bellmore-Merrick (15-1-1)

BOYS TRACK

1. Longwood

2. Chaminade

3. St. Anthony's

4. Northport

5. Syosset

6. Port Jefferson

7. Valley Stream North

8. Huntington

9. Farmingdale

10. Hills East

GIRLS TRACK

1. Bay Shore

2. St. Anthony's

3. Sachem North

4. Garden City

5. Bayport-Blue Point

6. Miller Place

7. Kellenberg

8. Valley Stream North

8. Uniondale

10. North Shore

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