LuHi still on top of Winter Big 10

Lutheran coach John Buck talks to his team Lutheran coach John Buck talks to his team before a game against Lincoln. (Feb. 10, 2013) Photo Credit: Steven Sunshine

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1. LONG ISLAND LUTHERAN BOYS BASKETBALL

The Crusaders will enter the New York State Federation tournament the weekend of March 22 as the state's No. 1-ranked team in Class AA, according to the NYSSWA. In their final game before a long layoff, LuHi crushed Collegiate, 72-35. Kentan Facey had 10 rebounds and 10 blocked shots and was named the Collegiate Tournament MVP.

2. WANTAGH WRESTLING

Junior Kyle Quinn captured the 106-pound weight class at the New York State wrestling championships in Albany. He led Wantagh to the state team title. Senior James Corbett finished second at 182, senior Dan McDevitt took third at 170 and senior Vin Turano fourth at 132.

3. AMITYVILLE BOYS BASKETBALL

The Warriors defeated Babylon, 52-42, to win the Suffolk Small School title and then knocked off Northport, 53-41, to win the Suffolk Overall title as Mike Smith came off the bench to score 18 points. Amityville will face Jericho for the Class A Long Island Championship Saturday night at Hofstra, with the winner earning a trip to Glens Falls.

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4. WARD MELVILLE GIRLS FENCING

The Patriots won their 12th straight Suffolk title with a team score of 55. Senior Alexa Antipas won her third straight individual sabre championship. Sophomore Angela Zhang won her first individual foil championship. Ward Melville's winning streak of 174 over the past 12 years is the second-longest of any sport in Long Island history.

5. MIDDLE COUNTRY GIRLS BOWLING

The Cougarines won their first Suffolk title since 2010 and captured the school's first state championship in Syracuse. Newfield senior lefthander Melissa Sherwin rolled a 1,489 for the highest six-game series in state tournament history, a record for both girls and boys.

6. LONG ISLAND LUTHERAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

Staci Barrett had 15 points and five rebounds on Senior Night to lead Lutheran over Mary Louis in the team's regular-season finale. Lutheran will compete in the Class A Federation Championships.

7. WARD MELVILLE BOYS FENCING

The Patriots won their sixth straight Suffolk crown with a team score of 52. Sophomore Michael Antipas won the individual foil. The Patriots' win streak is 94 over the past six seasons.

8. NORTHPORT BOYS TRACK

Northport's 4 x 800-meter relay team comprised of Mike Brannigan, James Dickinson, David Hatch and Chris Odin won a state title. The quartet finished in 7:56.52. Junior Tim McGowan finished fourth in the Federation 3,200, running a 9:22.51. Northport also won the Suffolk Large School Championship.

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9. ST. ANTHONY'S HOCKEY

After sweeping Chaminade in the CHSHL championship series, the Friars fell, 3-0, to St. Joseph's (Buffalo) in the CHSAA state championship game.

10. EAST ISLIP BOYS BOWLING

The Redmen won their second Suffolk championship in three years and four of their bowlers had among the top 10 averages. East Islip finished second in the state tournament, 60 pins behind South Colonie.

On the outside looking in: Bay Shore girls track, St. Anthony's girls basketball, Sachem East wrestling, , Northport boys basketball.

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BOYS BASKETBALL

1. L.I. Lutheran (24-2)

2. Amityville (18-2)

3. Northport (21-2)

4. Baldwin (16-3)

5. Jericho (18-3)

6. Farmingdale (14-4)

7. Chaminade (18-9)

8. Holy Trinity (19-6)

9. Deer Park (17-5)

10. Harborfields (15-4)

WRESTLING DUAL MEET

1. Wantagh (18-0)

2. Sachem East (21-1)

3. Sachem North (19-1)

4. Islip (21-2)

5. East Islip (26-2)

6. Brentwood (19-4)

7. Connetquot (7-1)

8. Westhampton (21-4)

9. Rocky Point (24-1)

10. Lindenhurst (15-2)

WRESTLING TOURNAMENT

1. Wantagh

2. Sachem East

3. East Islip

4. Rocky Point

5. Brentwood

6. Huntington

7. Hauppauge

8. MacArthur

9. Islip

10. Half Hollow Hills West

GIRLS BASKETBALL

1. Long Island Lutheran (19-4)

2. St. Anthony's (22-5)

3. St. Mary's (22-4)

4. Massapequa (18-0)

5. Sachem East (20-2)

6. Southampton (15-3)

7. Harborfields (19-2)

8. St. John the Baptist (14-11)

9. North Shore (18-2)

10. North Babylon (20-2)

BOYS BOWLING

1. East Islip (12-0)

2. Sachem East (9-3)

3. Middle Country (8-0)

4. Smithtown (9-3)

5. Commack (8-4)

GIRLS BOWLING

1. Middle Country (9-1)

2. East Islip (9-0)

3. Sewanhaka District (12-0)

4. Commack (7-3)

5. Islip (10-0)

GIRLS GYMNASTICS

1. Bethpage (10-0)

2. Plainview (9-1)

3. Sewanhaka District (8-2)

4. Massapequa (8-3)

BOYS SWIMMING

1. Garden City (9-0)

2. Half Hollow Hills (9-0)

3. Chaminade (6-2)

4. Great Neck South (8-1)

5. Jericho (7-2)

HOCKEY

1. St. Anthony's (17-3-1)

2. East Williston-Jericho (18-0)

3. Chaminade (14-5-2)

4. Connetquot-Sayville (19-2-1-1)

5. Smithtown-Hauppauge (18-4)

6. Lynbrook-East Rockaway (13-4-1)

7. St. John the Baptist (16-5)

8. Long Beach (13-3)

9. Massapequa (12-5-1)

10. Half Hollow Hills (15-6-0-1)

BOYS FENCING

1. Ward Melville (14-0)

2. Great Neck South (14-1)

3. Oyster Bay (11-2)

4. Commack (11-3)

5. Brentwood / Bayport-Blue Point (10-3)

GIRLS FENCING

1. Ward Melville (14-0)

2. Garden City (14-3)

3. Oyster Bay (12-2)

4. Commack (12-2)

5. Huntington (9-4)

GIRLS TRACK

1. Bay Shore

2. Kellenberg

3. St. Anthony's

4. Garden City

5. Uniondale

BOYS TRACK

1. Northport

2. Chaminade

3. Syosset

4. St. Anthony's

5. Amityville