We take a look ahead at the 2018 girls lacrosse season on Long Island with some intriguing storylines and some of the top players to watch
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Fear the Friars' front five. St. Anthony's Kayla Arestivo, Francesca Venezia, Francesca Beticci. Sabrina Cristodero and Miranda Ozimek are athletic, technical, and difficult to contain. They will light up the scoreboard for the defending CHSAA state champions. Sue Alber -- a three-time defender of
Byrnes battled through the wind on her way to a 2:23.10 victory in the 800 meters at the Post-Easter Classic. Besides the heavy gusts, she had two other adversaries to deal with.
St. Anthony's sweeps Our Lady of Mercy Academy, 3-0.
The game for Taylor Miller begins at midcourt. It's at that spot on the floor where Freeport's point guard has that lockdown look.
Here's a preview of the CHSAA and private school boys basketball teams on Long Island.
CHSAA 1. ST. ANTHONY'S FRIARS Coach: Kenny Parham Top players F Chastity Taylor Sr. 5-10 G Charise Wilson Sr. 5-6 F Kalifa Davy, Sr. 5-10 G Tyla Parham, Sr. 5-3 C Jayla Jones-Pack, So. 6-3 Outlook: Three-time defending league champs. With three Division I commits in starting lineup, the Friars are
Sept. 24, 2013: Watch the complete broadcast of St. Anthony's 3-0 girls volleyball victory over Our Lady of Mercy.
Friars get back on winning track as they sweep Our Lady of Mercy convincingly, 25-7, 25-10, 25-11.
LONG ISLAND RUNNER OF THE YEAR TIANA GUEVARA, Miller Place, Sr. Guevara was the class of Suffolk County in 2013. She won the County Championship at the Division Meet by 15 seconds, crossing the line at Sunken Meadow State Park in 19 minutes, 23.35 seconds and helping Miller Place become the first