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Solomon has kept up his strong work ethic, training intensely in hopes of earning another shot at the state championship.
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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
BALDWIN BRUINS Coach: Frank Esposito 2015 record: 9-8 Key players Jeffrey Dominguez, P/OF, 6-3, 185, Sr. Brandon Hoskins, P/OF, 6-2, 180, Sr. Fred Lucas, SS, 5-11, 180, Jr. Conner Nelson, OF, 5-9, 175, Sr. Michael Pereira, 2B, 5-8, 165, Sr. Outlook: All five hit above .354, with Dominguez’s .480
Lund won all four events to claim the all-around (37.625) and qualify for the state meet at Shaker High School in Latham, N.Y. on Feb. 27.
Massapequa got stellar all-around performances from Gillian Murphy, who placed second in the meet with a 35.950, Jennifer Mullan (33.200), Heidi Baldinger (32.450), and Emily Corso (31.700). Elizabeth Murphy, Jenna Plant, Alyssa Ragno and Ally Wick played crucial roles in their specialized events.
Lund won beam (9.350), placed second on floor (9.475) and placed third on vault (9.600). She became the first gymnast from Plainview JFK to win the all-around title at the state meet, and is the first Nassau gymnast to win it since Jess Panza of Island Trees in 2008.
Massapequa won its 16th straight Nassau county title defeating Plainview-JFK 3-0 (25-16, 26-14, 27-25) in the Class AA final on Tuesday.
Massapequa defeated Plainview in volleyball on 11/12/2015
Fitzpatrick shook off a shaky first half, in which two early fouls limited his playing time, to score 15 of his 18 points in the second half as Plainview JFK defeated VSC, 55-45, in the Nassau AA-II opener for both teams.