Glen Forsythe (long, triple jump) and sprinter Tresean Goodwin could make Uniondale the top dog in Nassau at season's end. Stephen Muir and Nyder Chardonette will give the Knights tremendous depth in sprints and relays.

James Lowe (hurdles), Justin Mahoney (400) and Jarrek Babb (800) will make Baldwin tough. Matt Granata (sprints, 800) and relay mates Dan Kubik, Dan Archer and Mika Camacho will keep MacArthur around.

Joe Caraciolo (jumps) leads Massapequa with distance runners Mike Dioguardi and Bryan Buttgieg. Freeport is strong in sprints with Jeff Brown and Ashanti Foster-Felder and in the hurdles with Steven Zellner.

Daniel Siegel (distance), Evan Auguste (400 hurdles) and Aaron Brown (400) are back for Great Neck South. Distance star Owen Skeete and sprinters Rani Nimblette and Darnelle Mickens, could make Westbury tops in Class AA.


Josh Haghighi (shot put) and Keiran Lang (hurdles) lead a senior-laden Wheatley squad. Roosevelt has an excellent set of sprinters in Dale McDonald, Erin Parker and Stephan Linton. Mineola has sprinters Joel Matthew and Marco Oliveira.



Sachem North has Davon Christopher (400) and sprinter Davon Lawrence leading the way with Brian Wersan (800) and Ryan Sampson (shot put, discus).

Distance runners Tyler Murtha and Zach Krause and sprinter Angelo Deprimo will lead Connetquot into contention. Jumpers Brandon Hutchinson and Mike Moore lead Bay Shore with distance runners Ben Hogan and Mike Mauro.

With Alex Saavedra and Phil Rascona leading the way, Sachem East will be in the hunt. Half Hollow Hills West is strong with sprinters Demarr Aultman, Abdias Myrtil, Jerome Cole, Dan Friedman and Dan McCord.

Look for Longwood and Northport to be in the large school hunt.


Bayport Blue-Point is complete with Mark Castilletti (hurdles), Zach Flood (800) and Dan Denis (distance). Amityville has hurdler Sancho Barrett, jump specialist Victor Drew and Christopher Allen (shot put, discus).

Port Jefferson has experience with Kevin Sullivan and Andrew Keresztes in distance and Sean Swords (hurdles). Mount Sinai shouldn't be overlooked with Alex Guzman (400) and shot put and discus specialists Joe Holomshek and James Grippe.

Islip, with Terrence Dzus (100), Mike La Rocco (400) and Nick La Rocco (800) could emerge as a sleeper.


With Patrick Farmer, Payton Hazzard (800), Michael Mastanduno (sprints, long jump) and distance stars Ken Walshak and Patrick Murphy, St. Anthony's could emerge as the Island's top team.

Chaminade has several quality distance runners. Conor Nickel and Nick Petsky. Cody Israel and Michael Wyosta are the Flyers' top sprinters.

Holy Trinity, with Dwayne Perry (400), Austin Mituniewicz (800)

and Djovanny Joseph will surprise.

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