Smithtown's Jeremy Holcomb bowls during the 2022 NYSPHSAA Bowling Championships...

Smithtown's Jeremy Holcomb bowls during the 2022 NYSPHSAA Bowling Championships at the Strike N'Spare in Syracuse, NY, Sunday, March 13, 2022. Credit: Heather Ainsworth/Heather Ainsworth

Jeremy Holcomb rolled a 258 in Game 3 of a 771 series and his brother, Josh, had a 248 in Game 1 of a 681 series to lead Smithtown to a 32-1 win over Huntington in Suffolk III boys bowling Monday. Aidan Jacino bowled a 290 in Game 1 of a 755 series for Smithtown (10-2).

Bay Shore 28, Connetquot 5: Jayden Lobasso rolled a 235 in Game 1 to lead Bay Shore (8-2) in Suffolk II.

GIRLS BOWLING

Comsewogue 28, Eastport-South Manor 12: Reese Agarenzo bowled a match-high 231 in Game 2 of a 522 series to lead Comsewogue (8-3) in Suffolk III.

Kellenberg 8, Our Lady of Mercy 1: Kerri Callahan had a high game of 213 in a 582 series to lead Kellenberg (8-2) in CHSAA. Grace Pizzardi rolled a 420 series and Jenna Biscotti had a 403 series.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Hewlett 53, Division 47: Justin Ogilvie scored 23 points to lead Hewlett (10-5) in Nassau AA-V. Justin Ortiz scored 15 points and Luke Rochler had 11 points and eight rebounds. Cody Brush scored 22 points and Tyler Diez had 14 for Division (9-6).

SUNDAY’S GAMES

Chaminade 85, Stony Brook School 72: Joe Knaus had 18 points and 11 rebounds to lead Chaminade (9-6) in non-league. Kyle Dillon added 18 points. Paul Coty scored 23 points for Stony Brook School (9-4).

St. Anthony’s 68, Portledge 59: Kevin Moore scored 18 points and Connor Mannix had 17 for St. Anthony’s (8-4) in non-league. Anthony Stennett scored 19 points for Portledge (6-8).

Holy Trinity 85, Knox 73: Justin Brown made eight three-pointers and finished with 33 points for Holy Trinity (11-3) in non-league. Malachi Cooper and Matthew White each added 11 points. Regi Pierre scored 35 points for Knox (5-5).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Ward Melville 42, Sachem East 31: Kaitlyn McNeil scored 13 points and Addison Dellaporta added 10 to lead Ward Melville (9-5) in Suffolk I. Alexis Berger had 12 points for Sachem East (7-7).

SATURDAY’S GAMES

New Hyde Park 41, Calhoun 34: Ava Orbon scored all of her 15 points in the second half and Maeve Downing added 10 to lead New Hyde Park (8-7) in Nassau AA-II. Sam Guida had 10 points for Calhoun (6-8).

Syosset 49, Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK 37: Samantha Schneider had 21 points and Olivia Mallor added 14 for Syosset (10-1) in Nassau AAA-I. Emma Heaney scored 12 points for Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK (10-5).

Mattituck 56, Port Jefferson 35: Claire MacKenzie scored 17 of her 21 points in the second half for Mattituck (7-5) in Suffolk VII. Rhiana Lutz added 16 points and Sofia Knudsen had nine. Rose Meliker-Hammock led Port Jefferson (3-8) with nine points.

GIRLS GYMNASTICS

SATURDAY’S MEET

Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK 167.9, Oceanside 158.95: JoJo Casvikes placed first on beam (9.5) and in the all-around (34.4) and Cali Yu placed first on bars with an 8.3 to lead Plainview-Old Bethpage JFK (5-1) in Nassau I. Cat Brew took first on vault with a 9.0 and Adriana Auleta finished first on floor with a 9.2 for Oceanside (1-4).

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