High School Athletes of the Week

Farmingdale's Matt Lowe tees off on the 15th

Farmingdale's Matt Lowe tees off on the 15th hole at Bethpage Black during the 2011 Long Island team championships. (June 1, 2011) (Credit: David Pokress)

MATT LOWE

Farmingdale golf

The junior won his third career Nassau individual championship, shooting a four-under 68 at Bethpage Blue and a two-over 72 at Bethpage Red to finish with a two-day total of 140. He also helped lead Farmingdale to its fourth county title in five years.

MARK REILLY

SJB golf

Won his third straight CHSAA championship, making par to win a sudden death playoff after shooting a one-over 73 at Eisenhower Blue.

BILLY MARTIN

Huntington lacrosse

Scored game-winning goal with five seconds left in regulation to lift Huntington over Sayville 8-7, in a Suffolk B semifinal. Martin led his team with three goals and an assist.

DAN FOWLER

Chaminade lacrosse

The goalie made 10 saves, including a couple of critical breakaways, in a 7-5 win over St. Anthony's in the Class AAA NSCHSAA championship. He was named the game MVP.

JOE FLYNN

Ward Melville baseball

Hit two home runs to put Patriots in the Suffolk Class AA title game. His solo home run in the fifth inning helped beat Longwood, 1-0, a quarterfinal and his two-run blast keyed the 4-2 win over Hills West in the semifinal.

JACK PIEKOS 

Bayport-Blue Point baseballPitched BBP into the Suffolk Class A final, throwing a one-hit shutout with 13 strikeouts in a 6-0 win over No. 3 Sayville.

SEAN CAREY

MacArthur baseball

He went 3-for-4 with two home runs and five RBIs in a 7-5 win over Syosset, 7-5, in the second game of a Nassau Class AA semifinal.

ELLA BONAFEDE 

St. Anthony's lacrosse

She scored five goals, forced two turnovers and won two draws as the Friars topped St. John the Baptist, 16-6, in the CHSAA Class AA final.

GRACE MORALES

Our Lady of Mercy lacrosse

She made 11 saves and earned game MVP honors as the Mustangs beat St. Dominic, 9-4, to win the CHSAA Class A title.

KYLE COLLINS 

St. John the Baptist baseball

Delivered a walk-off single to cap come from behind win over St. Anthony's in the deciding third game of their CHSAA semifinal series. Collins also had a stand up triple earlier in the game.

BILLY MCLEAN

Wheatley, baseball

Threw 3-1/3 of relief to pick up the win and went 3-for-4 in Game 1 of Nassau 'B' final against Locust Valley. He also hit a grand slam the next day in Game 2 that helped Wheatley wrap up the series.

TOM MEEHAN

Eastport-South Manor track

The junior won the 1,600 Division II championship in 4:27.38.

RAYMOND JONES 

Roosevelt track

The junior won the Class A-I title in the 100 (11.24 seconds) and the 200 (22.73 seconds)

KELSEA THOMPSON

Farmingdale track

The sophomore won the Nassau Class A-III county championship in the long jump (17 feet, two and a half inches) and the triple jump (34 feet, seven and a half inches).

JOHN CRAWLEY

Port Washington lacrosse

He had three goals and two assists in an upset win in a Class A semifinal against Syosset, the defending county champion.

MATT LIANTONIO

Miller Place lacrosse

The senior made a career-high 19 saves in a Suffolk Class B semifinal upset over No. 1 Comsewogue.

ELIZABETH CHOI

Syosset golf

The sophomore won her second straight Nassau championship, shooting a six-over 77 on Bethpage Yellow and a one-over 72 on Bethpage Green yesterday to finish with a two-day score of 149.

VICTORIA SNAK

Smithtown West golf

The senior became the second player in school history to win the county championship, finishing with a two-day total of 156.

JULIE CATONE

Lindenhurst badminton

The senior won her second straight Suffolk singles championship with a 4-11, 11-8, 11-1 win in the final.

PAULINA CONSTANT

Shoreham-Wading River lacrosse

Scored the winner off an assist from Lauren Lustgarten with 1:33 left in the first OT to send the Wildcats to the Suffolk C final.

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