The girls won their 176th and 177th consecutive matches this week, defeating Brentwood and Half Hollow Hills, respectively. Ariana Ferretti went undefeated in both matches in epee, as did Kacey Charpin in sabre. They passed Bay Shore boys tennis, which had a 173-match win streak that ended in 1974, for the second-longest streak of any high school varsity sport in Long Island history. Miller Place badminton (504 matches) owns the longest streak.
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The defending Suffolk champions remain the team to beat behind senior Jacob Klein, who shot a 300 to help him win the Single and Doubles tournament last week. Undefeated East Islip, which has only dropped one game in any match this season, has also had a big boost from senior Jon Cheadle, who bowled a career-best 299 against Bellport in December.
The boys won their 96th and 97th consecutive matches this week, with wins over Brentwood and Half Hollow Hills, respectively. Devin Reina and Mike Antipas both went 3-0 in foil on Monday against Brentwood. Reina won the match-clinching bout.
The Flaming Arrows (12-0) defeated Ward Melville in a League I dual meet. They sent a handful of wrestlers to the Eastern States Tournament and had three place-winners. Jakob Restrepo was the champion at 145 pounds. He defeated Rocky Point's Tommy Dutton, 7-6, in the finals. Mark Tracy took fourth place at 182 and Anthony Pistone finished seventh at 170.
After suffering its first loss, the Crusaders responded with a lopsided win against Berkeley Carroll as coach John Buck won his 100th career game. Devonte Green had a game-high 20 points.
The Eagles upped their dual meet record to 15-0 and took third place in the Eastern States Tournament, finishing higher than any team from New York. Hauppauge had four place-winners including 132-pound runner-up Chris Mauriello.
Bay Shore dominated the Hispanic Games. Aviana Goode won the high jump, clearing 5 feet, 5 inches. Imani McGhee won the long jump, flying 18 feet, 5 3/4 inches.
The three-time defending CHSAA champs went 3-0 last week, defeating their opponents by an average of 30.3 points. St. Anthony's boasts three Division I commits in its starting lineup (Kalifa Davy, Charise Wilson and Chastity Taylor) and is ranked 34th in the country by USA Today.
They're at it again! The Redmen have reloaded and continue to dominate with a 1,066 team average. East Islip also has four girls among the top seven averages in Suffolk: Amanda Schilling (219.5), Nichole Baione (211.6), Olivia Lopera (209.6) and Jordan Kruger (205.3).
10. NORTHPORT BOYS TRACK
Northport took the top three places and four of the top 10 places in the 3,200 at the Molloy Stanner Games. Tim McGowan won in 9:17.96.
On the outside looking in; Long Island Lutheran girls basketball, St. Mary's girls basketball, Brentwood boys basketball, Islip wrestling, Amityville boys basketball.
1. L.I. Lutheran (9-1)
2. Amityville (6-0)
3. Brentwood (9-2)