SUFFOLK I NORTHPORT TIGERS Coach: George Searing 2015 record: 17-2 Key players Finn Goonan, D, Sr. Rob Dosch, D, Sr. John Tabert, M, Sr. Ryan Magnuson, M, Jr. Connor Cronin, M, Jr. Outlook: Defense and midfield are mostly intact for the reigning League I champions. Expect a playoff run behind
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The Half Hollow Hills East senior broke the Suffolk State Qualifier 300 meter meet record in 39.94, running through the finish to the audience’s gasps and cheers in her last meet at Suffolk Community College in Brentwood. The previous record was 40.02, set in 2000 by Chinny Offer of Half Hollows ...
The victory qualified McGuire for the state championships, scheduled for next Friday and Saturday at Cicero-North Syracuse.
SUFFOLK I SACHEM EAST FLAMING ARROWS Coach: Ralph Forman 2014 Record: 17-8 Key Players Marissa Wilson, 1B Sr. Jamie Butalewicz P Sr Allie Laird SS Jr Emily Corchia RF Sr. Marisa Genussa 2B Sr. Outlook: Wilson led the county in homers with eight. Strong defensive infield also includes Kayla
SUFFOLK I WARD MELVILLE PATRIOTS Coach: Jay Negus 2014 record: 12-5 Key players Dan Bucaro A Sr. Jake McCulloch A Sr. Thomas Reilly D Sr. Mike Cirrone D Sr. Jimmy Kickel M Sr. Outlook: Bucaro is one of the country's top high school players and helps make the Patriots a favorite to appear in the
Mercy’s Meg Tuthill got a boost from Kaitlyn Butterfield, who pushed the pace to help propel her teammate and training partner to a strong finish in the 1,000 meters. It resulted in a first-place 2:55.22 finish for Tuthill at the Molloy Stanner Games at the Armory in Manhattan on Saturday. ...
DeCicco said it was her first time successfully running the 800-3,000 double. It also was her first two spring division championships.
Douglas quickly found out that, not only is she ready to compete, but she is ready to win. Douglas took the 100 meters in 12.54 seconds. Sachem North's Alyssa Leto was second in 12.69 seconds.
SUFFOLK I 1. WEST ISLIP LIONS Coach: Joe Nicolosi 2014 record: 22-1 Key players: Vanessa Costantino M Jr. Lena Riportella A Sr. Emily Piciullo A Jr. Emily Beier A So. Alyssa Gillespie M Jr. Outlook: The defending Long Island "A" champs return seven starters, with Costantino as the driving force.
The first title was a bit of a breeze, a 10-minute, 29.53-second victory in the 3,000 meters, crossing the finish line 11.22 seconds ahead of the field. The second, a come-from-behind victory in the 1,500, showed Lee's substantial stamina and resolve.