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Highlights of Peter Pappas defeating Parker Kropman 6-5, in the semifinal round of the NYS Division I State Championship.
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The Syosset freshman used a second-period takedown and a third-period reversal for a 4-1 win over defending state champion Kyle Quinn of Wantagh to win the 106-pound state title Saturday night at Times Union Center
Jericho senior wrestler Jaison White earned the school's first Nassau Division I wrestling championship in 40 years Sunday at Hofstra University.
Who will join us at the Times Union Center? Here’s a list of the Division I and Division II competitors from Long Island, New York City and the Hudson Valley.
Nassau County bragging rights as well as a berth in the NYSPHSAA Division I wrestling championships at the Times Union Center in Albany is on the line Sunday at 6:30 p.m. at the Division I finals from the Mack Center on the campus of Hofstra University live on MSGVarsity.com.
To end her bar routine in Thursday night's' Conference I meet -- a 169.80-166.95 win over Plainview JFK -- the senior braced her toes on the high bar, propelled her body through two turns in the air and stuck her toe on a front dismount.
Ciresi won the all-around at the Nassau state qualifier at Hicksville, winning her first individual county championship and qualifying for the state tournament for the fourth time.
NASSAU AA-II 1. BALDWIN BRUINS Coach: Darius Burton Key players G Sydney Pigott 5-8 G D'Marco Barnes 5-10 F MiKing Richardson 6-0 F Dan Nwalor 6-1 C Paul Nosworthy 6-4 Outlook: The back-to-back county champions remain the team to beat behind Richardson. 2. VALLEY STREAM CENTRAL EAGLES Coach:
NASSAU AA-II 1. BALDWIN BRUINS Coach: Tom Catapano Key players G Mariah Butler 5-3 G Jade Aponte 5-5 G Tyra Harrison 5-6 F Tiara Place 5-10 C Lames El Gammal 6-2 Outlook: Perennial contender returns 11, eager to rebound from upset in "AA" quarterfinals; Taylor Howell and Aziah Hudson are explosive
Watch the Plainview-Old Bethpage High School Marching Band's full performance from the Newsday Marching Band Festival.