Northport cross country breaks into Big 10

Northport's Mike Brannigan places first in the Suffolk

Northport's Mike Brannigan places first in the Suffolk boys 5K run cross country championships with a time of 16:12.61. (Oct. 22, 2013) (Credit: Kathleen Malone-Van Dyke)

1. SACHEM EAST FIELD HOCKEY

The two-time defending Class A state champs concluded an undefeated regular season last week. Katie Shanahan had two goals and an assist in a 7-0 win over Connetquot and Taylor Giordano scored off a pass from Katie Trombetta in their 1-0 victory over Bay Shore. Top-seeded Sachem East (15-0) will face No. 9 Connetquot today in the quarterfinals.

2. ST. ANTHONY'S BOYS SOCCER


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Behind the strength of goalkeeper Josh Weiss and defenders Beau Hornberger, Dakota Lohan and captain Nick Cestaro, the Friars set a school record with their 17th shutout of the season in a 3-0 win over host and defending CHSAA champion Chaminade in the final regular-season game. The Friars head into the CHSAA playoffs with a goal differential of 64-3.

3. BABYLON FOOTBALL

The Panthers won for a school record 19th straight game. They are going for their second straight perfect reular season. Quarterback Nick Santorelli threw two touchdown passes to Jake Carlock in a 41-6 win over Mercy. Santorelli has a school record 17 TD passes this season.

4. SOUTH SIDE GIRLS SOCCER

Christina Klaum scored two goals as the defending state champions took their first step on the road back to Cortland by defeating Carey 6-0 in the first round of the playoffs. The Cyclones host Island Trees in the quarterfinals tomorrow.

5. ST. ANTHONY'S FOOTBALL

The Friars extended their winning streak to seven games with a 38-10 win over previously unbeaten Chaminade (7-1). Junior Jordan Gowins rushed for 185 yards and two scores. St. Anthony's has won 9 of the last 11 CHSFL titles and been to the final 13 years in a row.

6. MASSAPEQUA BOYS SOCCER

No games this week and they are the No. 1 seed in the Nassau Class AA playoffs. After earning a bye, Massapequa will host Plainview JFK tomorrow in a quarterfinal game.

7. GARDEN CITY FIELD HOCKEY

The Trojans wrapped up their regular season with a 5-0 win over Seaford in which Michaela Smith scored twice and Michaela Bruno had a goal and an assist. Garden City (14-0) has outscored opponents 57-0 in its last 11 games and secured the top seed in Nassau Class B.

8. NORTHPORT CROSS COUNTRY

Northport won its second consecutive Suffolk title at the Division championships last week at Sunken Meadow. The Tigers took five of the top 10 places. Mike Brannigan won the individual title, running the 5K in 16:12.61. Tim McGowan finished third in 16:33.13.

9. BELLMORE JFK BOYS VOLLEYBALL

The Cougars 39th straight win saw them come from behind after dropping two games to Half Hollow Hills. Gary Anderson had 38 assists, 25 kills, nine blocks and 10 digs in the match.

10. NORTHPORT GIRLS SOCCER

Kristin Desmond, Natasha Albaneze and the top-seeded Tigers, who finished the regular season 15-0, look to extend their unbeaten season on Thursday when they host the winner of Smithtown East and Huntington (update Monday) in the quarterfinals.

On the outside looking in: St. Anthony's girls swimming, Ward Melville girls gymnastics, Ward Melville girls swimming, Half Hollow Hills East girls tennis, Miller Place girls cross country.

FOOTBALL LARGE SCHOOLS

1. St. Anthony's (7-1)

2. Farmingdale (7-0)

3. Carey (7-0)

4. Commack (7-0)

5. Chaminade (7-1)

6. Riverhead (6-1)

7. Connetquot (6-1)

8. Garden City (6-1)

9. Smithtown West (6-1)

10.Floyd (5-2)

FOOTBALL SMALL SCHOOLS

1. Babylon (7-0)

2. Miller Place (7-0)

3. Roosevelt (7-0)

4. Bethpage (6-1)

5. Plainedge (6-1)

6. Lawrence (6-1)

7. Islip (6-1)

8. Eastport-South Manor (6-1)

9. Hauppauge (6-1)

10.Lynbrook (5-2)

BOYS SOCCER

1. St. Anthony's (18-1-1)

2. Massapequa (10-1-2)

3. Smithtown West (15-0-1)

4. H.H. Hills West (14-0-2)

5. Brentwood (13-3-0)

6. MacArthur (13-0-0)

7. Hicksville (9-2-2)

8. Sayville (14-1-1)

9. Commack (12-2-2)

10. St. John the Baptist (9-5-1)

FIELD HOCKEY

1. Sachem East (15-0)

2. Garden City (14-0)

3. Miller Place (14-1)

4. Ward Melville (12-3)

5. Bay Shore (12-4)

6. Clarke (13-1)

7. Manhasset (10-3-1)

8. Smithtown East (13-3)

9. West Islip (12-3)

10. East Islip (12-4)

GIRLS SOCCER

1. South Side (13-1-1)

2. Northport (15-0)

3. Massapequa (12-1)

4. Kellenberg (8-0-5)

5. St. John the Baptist (8-1-4)

6. St. Anthony's (13-4-1)

7. Commack (14-2)

8. West Islip (14-2)

9. Garden City (11-3-1)

10. Calhoun (7-5-3)

GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

1. Miller Place

2. Northport

3. St. Anthony's

4. Sachem North

5. Syosset

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

1. Northport

2. Chaminade

3. St. Anthony's

4. Shoreham-Wading River

5. Sachem North

GIRLS TENNIS

1. Hills East (15-0)

2. Port Washington (11-4)

3. Floyd (17-0)

4. Manhasset (13-2)

5. Ward Melville (12-1)

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

1. Bellmore JFK (16-0)

2. Massapequa (13-0)

3. Sachem North (15-0)

4. Bethpage (16-1)

5. Lindenhurst (12-2)

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

1. Massapequa (12-0)

2. St. Anthony's (15-1)

3. King Park (16-1)

4. Smithtown East (13-1)

5. Division (15-0)

BOYS GOLF

1. Farmingdale

2. Smithtown East

3. Smithtown West

4. Ward Melville

5. Massapequa

GIRLS GYMNASTICS

1. Ward Melville (7-0)

2. Bay Shore (7-1)

3. Half Hollow Hills (7-2)

4. Smithtown (7-2)

5. Babylon (5-3)

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