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Sachem East's Nick Caruana bowls for Section 11

Sachem East's Nick Caruana bowls for Section 11 during the NYSPHSAA All-Star Bowling Championship at the AMF Strike 'N Spare Lanes in Syracuse, on Sunday, March 8, 2015. Photo Credit: Heather Ainsworth

1. Sachem (13-1): Sachem’s only loss came in its regular-season finale Thursday against powerhouse East Islip. Expect big things from the newly combined team in the playoffs. Nick Caruana leads Sachem with a 232 average. Anthony Naujokas and Bobby Ramsey are tied for second with a 226.

2. East Islip (12-2): East Islip has been impressive all season and scored another big win last Thursday against previously undefeated Sachem. David Sherman and Justin Orobello both enter the playoffs with a team-high 225 average. Craig Griffith is second on the team with a 224.

3. Patchogue-Medford (11-3): Steven Welsh finished the regular season with a 222.59 average. Jake Scala had a high game of 300, and Welsh and Joey Guido were next with a 299.

4. Lindenhurst (12-2): Sal Yannacone led his team with a high game of 289 during the regular season.

5. Middle Country (11-0): Kurt Schall finished the regular season second in Suffolk with a 237 average. Drew Esposito was No. 4 in the county with a 228.5.

6. Longwood (11-1): Longwood finished the regular season atop Suffolk IV with a total wood of 36,345.

7. East Meadow (11-1): Tom Burke bowled a 266 in Game 2 of a 662 series in his team’s regular-season finale Tuesday against Westbury.

8. Chaminade (11-0): Connor Egan led the undefeated team all year. He wrapped the regular-season with a 278 in Game 1 of a 735 series Thursday against St. Dominic.

9. Mineola (11-1): Junior Tony Macchietto bowled a 259 in Game 1 of a 671 series in his team’s final regular-season match Thursday against Sewanhaka.

10. Plainview JFK (10-2): Michael Arrow bowled a 268 in Game 1 of a 674 series in Plainview JFK’s final regular-season match Tuesday against Farmingdale.

Stats and records are through Friday Jan. 22.

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