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1. CAREY SEAHAWKS 2013 Record: 12-0 Coach: Mike Stanley, 8th year KEY PLAYERS Conor Colasurdo LB/RB/TE, 5-10/215, Sr. Nick Spillane WR/RB/DB, 5-10/175, Sr. Mike DeLeo RB/DB, 5-9/170, Sr. Tommy Gallant DE/WR, 6-3/190, Sr. Jorge Cerquera OL/DL, 6-4/225, Jr. ABOUT THE SEAHAWKS Defending Long Island
A look at the seedings for Nassau football conferences heading into the 2014 season.
Each year, the Sewanhaka Federation of Teachers honors parents of the five communities they serve as educators. Parents were chosen from each of the five high schools based upon their service to the community, the schools, and the student
Highlights of elmont defeating Massapequa 69-62, in the Quarterfinal round of the Nassau 'AA' playoffs.
1. CALHOUN COLTS Coach: Joe Corea 2013 record: 13-8 Key players Chris Melito, P/CF, 5-9, 165, Sr. Zach Mastrangelo, P, 5-10, 175, Sr. Colin Lowe, P, 5-10, 175, Sr. Corey Furia, C, 6-1, 185, Sr. Nick Fronte, 2B, 5-7, 155, Sr. Outlook: Pitching is a strength again for the favored Colts. 2. MEPHAM
NASSAU CONFERENCE I MANHASSET INDIANS Coach: Danielle Gallagher Key players: Julia Glynn, M, Sr.; Natalie Stefan, M, Sr.; Lindsey Ronbeck, A, Jr.; Emily Koufakis, M/D, Sr.; Jackie D'Alleva, M/D, Sr.; Kathryn Hallet, M, Jr. Outlook: Defending L.I. Class B champ returns eight starters, including
NASSAU CONFERENCE A 1. MASSAPEQUA CHIEFS Coach: Tim Radomski 2013 record: 15-3 Key players: Craig Berge, M, Sr.; Ian Kirby, A, Sr.; James Byrnes, A, Sr.; Nick Capuana, D, Sr.; Jack Korber, M, Sr. Outlook: Division-I talent makes them a threat to repeat as county champions. 2. SYOSSET BRAVES Coach:
Highlights of Uniondale defeating Elmont 58-48, in the Nassai Class 'AA' Semifinal
Wantagh linebacker Ralph Sommer paid attention in practice this week, and that paid off big-time in the most critical moment of Saturday's Nassau II quarterfinal against Elmont.