High school athletes of the week

John Glenn's Chris Bosco is awarded the victory

John Glenn's Chris Bosco is awarded the victory after defeating Half Hollow Hills East's Anthony Diasparra during the John Glenn Duals. (Jan. 25, 2014) Photo Credit: Steven Ryan

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CHRIS BOSCO

Glenn, wrestling

He went 5-0 as the Knights went undefeated at the A.B.C. East Islip duals. He also had a pin in a Suffolk VI win over Miller Place.

 

LAURA BROFFMAN

Oyster Bay, fencing

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The senior sabre fencer went 6-0 this week, including a 3-0 performance against Wheatley which clinched the Division II title.

 

JOELLE FEINBERG

Port Washington, track

She won the 600 in 1:41.56, 1,000 in 3:16.78, and 1,500 in 5:20.49 at the Nassau II championships.

 

MATT GIANNELLI

Lindenhurst, wrestling

Edged Anthony DiMatteo, 1-0, in a win over Sachem North in Suffolk II. He had two pins in a combined 27 seconds as Lindenhurst was 4-0 at the Rich Zakar Memorial Duals at Newfield.

 

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ARELLA GUIRANTES

Bellport, basketball

Scored 41 points, including the winner with two seconds left, in a victory over Kings Park. In a win over Hills West, had 13 of her 35 points in the fourth and had seven assists.

 

RONALD HARRIS

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Bellport, basketball

He scored 12 of his 20 points in the fourth quarter, including the winning three-point play with three seconds left, in a victory over Hills West.

 

PRINCE HICKSON

Copiague, basketball

He scored 23 points with 14 rebounds in win over Smithtown West.

 

MIKAIYA MOORE

Copiague, basketball

Recorded back-to-back double-doubles, tallying 26 points and 15 rebounds in a win over Centereach, and 21 points and 10 rebounds in a win over Smithtown West.

 

STEVE TORRE

Kellenberg, basketball

Was named the Firebirds' team MVP in their win over Long Beach in the 27th George Emma Classic at Freeport. He had 26 points, six rebounds and five steals.

 

RAY WARDELL

Babylon, basketball

He had 19 points and 13 rebounds in a victory over Southampton.

 

JOHN WEED

Valley Stream Central, track

He won the open mile in 5:05.10 and the open 1,000 in 3:01 at the Friendship Games.

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