MSG Varsity selects the Top 100 football players from Long Island as they enter the 2016 season.
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He ran 9 yards for the game’s first score, giving Long Island a 7-0 lead with 4:53 left in the first quarter. In the fourth, he caught a 12-yard pass from Carey’s Michael Catanese that helped Long Island take a 34-33 lead with 1:46 left.
In Friday night’s Rising Senior game that was part of the annual Long Island Lacrosse Showcase, teamwork as much as talent was on display in Suffolk’s 12-8 victory over Nassau before a crowd of more than 300 at Farmingdale State.
Klemm and Catanese hope to share the ball with a fleet of fleet receivers that includes Green, track star Infinite Tucker (Huntington), Mike Elardo (Syosset), James Pryor (St. Anthony’s) and four more players with game-breaking skills.
Congratulations to everyone named to the All-Long Island Second Team and Honorable Mention for the 2016 Girls Lacrosse season
The victory qualified McGuire for the state championships, scheduled for next Friday and Saturday at Cicero-North Syracuse.
The Huntington 4 x 400 meter relay team left its mark on Suffolk County by doing something extraordinary. The team, which already has an indoor state and national championship to its name, won in three minutes, 15.48 seconds yesterday afternoon at the Suffolk State Qualifier at Port Jefferson High
After breaking the box, Lee held back a little more. Then, with 200 meters left, she kicked her way toward a two minute, 17.27 second victory on day one of the Suffolk girls track and field Division championships Tuesday afternoon at Comsewogue.
Carter finished with a 528.40 score, barely edging out Brighton’s Corey Neas (526.65) and Mexico Academy’s Noah Galluzzo (526.15). Huntington-Harborfields’ Brett Hebert finished seventh with 472.55.
Kopstein braved rainy conditions and won the 1,600 in 4 minutes, 38.40 seconds Saturday morning at the Longwood Classic at Longwood High School.