Good Morning
Good Morning
SportsHigh SchoolGirls Basketball

Romano leads Holy Trinity to girls bowling title

Kristen Romano rolled a 190 in Game 3, had a 556 series and was named tournament MVP as top-seeded Holy Trinity defeated Kellenberg, 844-808, 951-772, 907-773, Wednesday in the NSCHSAA girls bowling final at Syosset Bowl.

Angela Valveri had a 180 in Game 2 and a 476 series, and her sister, Jen, rolled a 166 in Game 1 and a 456 series for Holy Trinity (15-0). The girls won the league championship two weeks after the boys team did it, the first time two teams from the same school won CHSAA bowling titles.

"It was very exciting because both teams support each other," coach Mary Messina said.

Monica Weitkamp had a 190 in Game 2 and a 512 series for Kellenberg.

girls basketball

Ward Melville 44, Whitman 28: Kaitlyn Carballeira had 17 points, 20 rebounds, and five assists to lead No. 3 Ward Melville over No. 6 Whitman in a Suffolk Class AA Suffolk quarterfinal. Ward Melville (17-3) will play No. 2 Sachem East in a semifinal at 5 p.m. Monday at Farmingdale State.Sachem East 73, Floyd 39: Kristen Doherty had 25 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, and five steals to lead No. 2 Sachem East (16-3) over No. 7 Floyd in a Class AA quarterfinal.North Babylon 70, Brentwood 38: Bria Hartley had 26 points, eight rebounds, seven steals and six assists to lead No. 1 North Babylon over No. 8 Brentwood in a Class AA quarterfinal. Katrina Plummer had 16 points for North Babylon, which will face Smithtown West at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Farmingdale State.

More high schools