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Bayport-Blue Point girls lacrosse moves into top spot in Big 10

Bayport-Blue Point midfielder/attacker Kyla Zapolski drives to the

Bayport-Blue Point midfielder/attacker Kyla Zapolski drives to the goal in a game in West Babylon on Wednesday, March 25, 2015. Photo Credit: Steven Ryan

1. BAYPORT-BLUE POINT GIRLS LACROSSE

We have a new No. 1. Led by Kerrigan Miller, Kelsi Lonigro, Courtney Weeks, Cassidy Weeks and Kyla Zapolski, the Phantoms look to remain Long Island’s only undefeated girls lacrosse team when they meet Greenport/Southold/Mattituck tomorrow in the Suffolk C semifinals at Dowling College.

2. HUNTINGTON BOYS TRACK

Two Huntington runners finished in the top seven in the 200 meters at the Loucks Games. Lawrence Leake was third in 22.47 seconds and Kyree Johnson was seventh in 22.64 seconds. Infinite Tucker was third in the long jump, flying 22 feet, 5½ inches. Kenny Charles was seventh in the shot put, tossing 47 feet, 1 ¼ inches.

3. SMITHTOWN EAST BOYS LACROSSE

The Bulls defeated Sachem North, 16-10, to advance to the Suffolk A semifinals and a rematch with Connetquot on Wednesday. Sean Barry scored four goals and Bobby Burns and Mike Rooney added three each in the win.

4. GARDEN CITY GIRLS LACROSSE

The Trojans averaged 18 goals in two games this week, defeating Carey, 18-3, and Lynbrook, 18-4. Michaela Bruno had three goals and an assist against Lynbrook. Katie Muldoon had three goals and two assists against Lynbrook. The Trojans play Long Beach in the Nassau B semifinals on Thursday at Adelphi.

5. MACARTHUR SOFTBALL

Jessica Budrewicz threw a pair of gems in the semifinals against Long Beach, tossing a four-hit shutout in an 8-0 win in Game 1, and a four-hitter in a 5-1 win in Game 2. Jessica Lombardo, Shannon Myles, and the top-seeded Generals face East Meadow in the Nassau semifinals.

6. HALF HOLLOW HILLS EAST BOYS TENNIS

Top seeded Hills East defeated No. 9 Islip behind Brian Rhee at second singles to improve to 16-0. Hills East will host No. 4 Ward Melville in a Suffolk semifinal tomorrow.

7. ST. ANTHONY’S BOYS TRACK

St. Anthony’s won the CHSAA league championship by half a point Saturday. Ryan Kutch was named Track MVP of the meet. He won the 3,200 meters in 9:41.76 and was on the 4 x 800 meter team that won in 8:14.04. Bryant Lewis, who was named Field MVP, won the high jump, clearing 6-3.

8. WEST ISLIP BASEBALL

The Lions survived in the Suffolk Class AA bracket with an exciting 11-inning win over feisty Hauppauge. The Lions have a 1-2 punch in power arms in James Kory and Ray Weber and a potent lineup with clout led by Jake Guercio.

9. SACHEM EAST GIRLS TRACK

The Flaming Arrows distance medley relay finished fifth in the East Coast Race at the Loucks Games last weekend. Alexandra DeCicco, Ciara Murphy, Valerie Romero, and Rachel Ruggiero ran an 11:58.04. Lauren Harris has the top 1,500 meter race walk time in the state (6:29.43), according to milesplit.com.

10. KELLENBERG GIRLS TRACK

Kellenberg won the CHSAA league championship. Deirdre Lewin won the meet’s Track MVP award. She won the 3,000 meters in 10:56.02, anchored the winning 4 x 400 relay with a 61 second leg, and was second in the 1,500 in 4:54.11. Gabby Schreib won the 400 hurdles in 64.27 seconds.

ON THE CUSP; Wantagh baseball, Smithtown East baseball, Syosset boys lacrosse and Wantagh girls lacrosse.

BOYS LACROSSE

1. Smithtown East (14-2)

2. Syosset (14-2)

3. Connetquot (15-2)

4. Massapequa (12-2)

5. St. Anthony’s. (14-2)

6. Farmingdale (14-2)

7. Bayport-Blue Point (17-0)

8. Locust Valley (15-0)

9. Cold Spring Harbor (13-1)

10. Ward Melville (14-3)

GIRLS LACROSSE

1. Bayport-Blue Point (16-0)

2. Garden City (16-1)

3. Wantagh (15-2)

4. Middle Country (16-1)

5. Manhasset (11-3-1)

6. St. Anthony’s (15-4)

7. Smithtown West (14-2)

8. Mt. Sinai (13-3)

9. Northport (12-3)

10. Cold Spring Harbor (10-5)

BASEBALL LARGE SCHOOLS

1. West Islip (20-4)

2. Smithtown East (20-3)

3. Massapequa (18-4)

4. Smithtown West (20-3)

5. East Meadow (19-4)

SMALL SCHOOLS

1. Wantagh (18-4)

2. Carey (19-3)

3. Shoreham-Wading River (18-5)

4. Mattituck (20-3)

5. North Shore (20-3)

SOFTBALL

1. MacArthur (18-3)

2. Sacred Heart (16-2)

3. Eastport-South Manor (21-2)

4. East Meadow (17-2)

5. Kellenberg (14-9)

6. Commack (19-4)

7. North Babylon (17-6)

8. Carey (16-1)

9. Clarke (14-3)

10. Mount Sinai (21-1)

GIRLS TRACK

1. Sachem East

2. Kellenberg

3. St. John the Baptist

4. St. Anthony’s

5. Brentwood

BOYS TRACK

1. Huntington

2. St. Anthony’s

3. St. John the Baptist

4. Hauppauge

5. Southampton

GIRLS GOLF

1. Syosset (10-0)

2. Kellenberg (16-0-1)

3. Sayville (14-0)

4. Smithtown East (12-0)

5. Smithtown West (11-3)

SPRING BOYS GOLF

1. St. Anthony’s (10-1)

2. Chaminade (7-1)

3. Friends Academy (12-0)

4. Sachem (14-1)

5. Calhoun (10-0)

BOYS TENNIS

1. Half Hollow Hills East

2. Syosset

3. Commack

4. Half Hollow Hills West

5. Roslyn

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