One year after losing each of their 19 games, the Red Devils are heading to the playoffs. They locked up their first berth in 13 years with a 17-4 Nassau AA-I victory over Uniondale on Wednesday at Cleveland Avenue Field.
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The Freeport junior took first in 50.27 seconds in the 400 meters at the Nassau Coaches Invitational at Levittown’s MacArthur High School, and he said the result showed that he’s ready to make an impact on the top flight of Long Island track.
FARMINGDALE DALERS Coach: Frank Tassielli 2015 record: 8-9 Key players Angus McCloskey, P/1B, 6-3, 195, Jr. James Boria, C, 5-9, 165, Sr. Matt Fierst, OF, 5-10, 175, Jr. Max Cohen, 2B/P, 5-9, 165, Sr. Anthony Burriesci, CF, 5-9, 165, Jr. Outlook: After making three appearances on the hill last
NASSAU I SYOSSET BRAVES Coach: John Calabria 2015 record: 18-2 Key players Mac O’Keefe, A, Sr. Lucas Cotler, M, Sr. Matt Benus, M, Jr. Mikey Elardo, M, Sr. E.J. Aronson, D, Sr. Outlook: Experience and depth will be assets for a team likely to make a deep playoff run. Syosset is loaded with Division
NASSAU I COLD SPRING HARBOR SEAHAWKS Coach: Danielle Castellane 2015 record: 12-6 Key players Ashley Lynch, attack, Sr. Samantha DeBellis, attack, Sr. Katie Hudson, midfield, Sr. Katie Kotowski, midfield, Jr. Abbey Ngai, goalie, Jr. Outlook: Returning all-Americans Lynch and DeBellis anchor an
Dean and Darius Young each scored 19 points, and the No. 2 Green Dragons pulled away from Freeport in the final three minutes for a 62-53 win Tuesday night at Hofstra.
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There were no special celebrations on the field Saturday, no exuberant hugs from players or ice-water dousing of Freeport coach Russ Cellan after his 200th career victory, 35-27 over host Plainview JFK. "Nobody knew. It was just another day at work," Cellan said. "I like to keep it low key. Our ...