1. EAST ISLIP BOYS BOWLING
The Redmen are the BIG 10 Winter champion. John Kavanaugh rolled a 239 in the sixth and final game of a 1,238 series to help the Redmen (14-0) capture the state title at Strike 'N Spare Lanes in Syracuse. It was the their first state crown since 2008. East Islip bowled its best series (1,084) in Game 6 of a 5,985 series to win their second state title in three years.
2. LONG ISLAND LUTHERAN GIRLS BASKETBALL
The Crusaders capped another brilliant season by capturing a fourth state Federation title in five seasons, and their second consecutive in Class AA. Boogie Brozoski scored 24 points and Taylor Byrne had 15 points and 14 rebounds in Lutheran's 66-52 win over Christ the King. The Crusaders had beaten three-time defending state champ Ossining, 67-55, in the semifinal round.
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3. BRIDGEHAMPTON BOYS BASKETBALL
Charles Manning Jr. earned his first MVP trophy this year with 31 points, eight rebounds and five steals in the title-game victory over New York Mills as the Bridgies won the state Class D crown for the first time since 1998. He also had 29 points, nine rebounds and four blocks in a semifinal win over Moriah.
4. HALF HOLLOW HILLS BOYS SWIMMING
The Thundercolts won their ninth consecutive Suffolk title. Hills was led by senior James Gordin, who won the 50 and 100-yard freestyle events, and was named the meet MVP. Sophomore Alex Park qualified for the state meet in the 200-yard individual medley.
5. WARD MELVILLE BOYS FENCING
Danny Solomon went 3-0 in sabre and Mike Antipas went 2-0 in foil to lead the Patriots (15-0) in their 14-9 win over Great Neck North for the Long Island crown. Ward Melville won its eighth-straight Long Island title and 124-consecutive match.
6. HAUPPAUGE WRESTLING
The Eagles captured their first Suffolk Division I Tournament team title since 1999. Three of the Eagles wrestlers found success in the state tournament. Freshman Jake Silverstein was a state runnerup at 106, junior Chris Mauriello was sixth at 160 and senior Francisco Bisono placed third at 170.
7. BRENTWOOD BOYS BASKETBALL
The Indians went one step further than last year, advancing to state Class AA finals for first time before losing to Shenendehowa. Tavon Ginyard excelled in the playoffs, while the big three of Mike Almonacy, Jamel Allen and Ali Mableton starred all season.
8. BAY SHORE GIRLS TRACK
Once again, the Marauders were dominant this year. They won the Suffolk Large Schools championship for the 14th time in the last 15 years and their 25th straight league title, coach Steve Borbet said. Aviana Goode finished third in the high jump at the state championships, clearing five feet, five inches.
9. ST. ANTHONY'S BOYS TRACK
The Friars were the class of boys track on LI this winter, not missing a beat after a dominant cross country season. The year ended with an All-American, third place finish in the 4X 1-mile relay at New Balance Nationals. The team, composed of Joe and Pat Tucker, Michael O'Leary, and Ryan Dearie finished in 17:39.34, a New York State Catholic School record, coach Tim Dearie said.
10. WARD MELVILLE GIRLS FENCING
Ilana Solomon and Carly Weber-Levine went 2-0 in sabre and Angela Zhang went 2-0 in foil to lead the Patriots (14-1) over Great Neck North, 14-2, to capture the Long Island crown. It is Ward Melville's 13th consecutive title.
Honorable mention: St. Anthony's boys swimming, Long Island Lutheran boys basketball, Sachem East girls track, Huntington boys track, Garden City boys swimming, St. Mary's girls basketball.