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MSG Varsity presents the Long Island softball power rankings for April 16
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Here's a look at the top 100 high school softball players on Long Island for the 2014 season, listed in alphabetical order. OLIVIA AGOSTINELLO, Oyster Bay, 3B/P, Senior: Dangerous at the plate and in the circle. Hit .419 with 10 RBIs and went 2-2 with a 1.67 ERA last season. STEFANIE APLIN,
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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
ISLAND TREES BULLDOGS Coach: Michael Bonsignore 2013 record: 19-7 Key players Alannah Basile, P, Sr. Christie Ciaramitaro, RF, Jr Shamar Sanchez, CF, Sr. Ashley Melendez, 1B/P, Jr. Samantha Melendez, LF, So. Outlook: The defending county champions return all but one player. With a combination of
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:
Division sophomore Soedarmasto wins Nassau boys bowling title, while Island Trees' McLaughlin captures girls crown.
The Nassau Dual Meet wrestling championships begin Thursday and the field of 24 will be sliced down to just two Saturday at Clarke HS. The finals will be live on MSGVarsity.com Saturday at 2 p.m.
Eastport-South Manor's Adam Busiello went to the whirlybird for a surprise two-point takedown for a 3-2 second period lead in a 6-2 win over top-seeded and previously undefeated Kellan McKenna of New Hartford in the quarterfinal round of the state Division I wrestling tournament at the Times Union