A collection of our photos from across Long Island's high school sports scene that stood out in March 2023.

Credit: James Escher

Payton Tini of Locust Valley reacts as her team closes in on a 41-31 win over Cold Spring Harbor in the Nassau girls basketball Class B championship at Mack Sports Complex.

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Malverne teammates celebrate after their win over Carle Place in the Nassau boys basketball Class B championship.

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Christopher Colaciello of Carle Place soars through the air to score two points during the Nassau boys basketball Class B championship against Malverne at Mack Sports Complex.

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Ryan Li of Carle Place makes an acrobatic drive to the net during the Nassau boys basketball Class B championship against Malverne.

Credit: Bob Sorensen

Southampton's Derek Reed drives against Brentwood in the second quarter during the Suffolk boys basketball final at Stony Brook University.

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Emma Morris of Center Moriches gets caught up in the Locust Valley defense during the Long Island Class B girls basketball championship at Hofstra’s Mack Arena.

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Southampton's Alex Franklin (2) and Derek Reed (3) celebrate their victory over Malverne at the Long Island Class B boys basketball championship game.

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Southampton's Derek Reed drives against Brentwood in the second quarter during the Suffolk boys basketball final at Stony Brook University.

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Mia LoPinto of Manhasset reacts after the final buzzer sounds on her team's 53-38 win over Lynbrook in the Nassau girls basketball Class A championship.

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Isabella Grosso of Massapequa, left, and Payton Dulin of Baldwin battle for possession of a loose ball during the Nassau girls basketball Class AA championship.

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Monique Echols of Baldwin reacts after a 45-40 win over Massapequa in the Nassau girls basketball Class AA championship.

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Chaminade's Ryan Nunez competes in the Boys 100 Yard Butterfly during the state championship meet in Ithaca.

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St. Anthony's Aaron Mendoza competes in the Boys 100 Yard Backstroke during the state championship meet in Ithaca.

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Chaminade’s James Hedquist gets around Nichols goalie Alex Glofka for the goal during the CHSAA ice hockey championship at Abe Stark Rink in Brooklyn.

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The Baldwin team celebrates after its victory over Port Washington at the Nassau boys basketball Class AA final.

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Patrick Mullin of South Side (left) and James Murphy keep tight defense on Jack Diskin of Manhasset during the Nassau Class A final at Hofstra’s David S. Mack Arena.

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James Notias of Manhasset takes his foul shot during the Nassau boys Class A final.

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James Bivona of South Side gives teammate Josh Garelle a hug after defeating Manhasset at the Nassau boys Class A final.

Credit: Dawn McCormick

Joshua Petion of Baldwin takes his shot on his way down during the Nassau boys Class AA final against Port Washington.

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Mount Sinai High School during New York State High School Cheerleading Championship at Visions Federal Credit Union Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton.

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Alyssa Sanborn of Plainview JFK does her floor routine in the State Gymnastics Championship at Kenmore West High School.

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Mia LoPinto of Manhasset reacts after the final buzzer sounds on her team's 53-38 win over Lynbrook in the Nassau girls basketball Class A championship.

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Monique Echols of Baldwin reacts after a 45-40 win over Massapequa in the Nassau girls basketball Class AA championship.

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St. Anthony's Aaron Mendoza competes in the Boys 100 Yard Backstroke during the state championship meet in Ithaca.

Credit: Dawn McCormick

James Notias of Manhasset takes his foul shot during the Nassau boys Class A final.

Credit: JORGE MARCANO

Mount Sinai High School during New York State High School Cheerleading Championship at Visions Federal Credit Union Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton.

Credit: Patrick E. McCarthy

Commack's Julie Thomas takes first in the girls shot put at the Newstate indoor track and field championships at Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex in Staten Island on March 4, 2023.

Credit: Bob Sorensen

South Side's Robert Pericolosi puts one up in the third quarter during the Long Island boys Class A basketball final against Kings Park.

Credit: Adrian Kraus

Southampton's Tyler Blake, right, reaches for a rebound against Catholic Central's Conor Gemmill during a state Class B Boys Basketball Championship semifinal in Glens Falls.

Credit: Adrian Kraus

Southampton's Derek Reed, left, and Tyler Blake react to their loss in a state Class B Boys Basketball Championship semifinal in Glens Falls.

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Brentwood's Marquese Dennis holds the trophy after the Long Island boys Class AA basketball final.

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Jurrell Hall of West Hempstead competes in the boys high jump during Day 2 of the Nike Indoor Nationals at the Armory in Manhattan.

Credit: Mark McGauley

Joesph Carroll from Clarke at the state bowling championships.

Credit: Mark McGauley

Division's Erica DeJesus at the state bowling championships.

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Brooke Andresen from East Islip at the state bowling championships.

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Brentwood celebrates its win during the Long Island boys Class AA basketball final between against Baldwin.

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Laina Friedmann of Smithtown West makes her entrance on to the track to compete in the final heat of the girls 800 meter run during Day 2 of the Nike Indoor Nationals at the Armory in Manhattan.

Credit: George A Faella

Manhasset guard Caitlin Barrett drives against Shoreham-Wading River in the Class A Long Island championship.

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