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Using the clock to their advantage was key in the Lions’ 9-8 Suffolk I victory.
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With the score tied in the bottom of the 10th inning, MacPherson drove a single to rightfield to score Julia Muratore in Sachem North’s 2-1 walk-off win over Sachem East in Suffolk I softball.
Sachem North's James Avanzato scores a game-high nine goals in Saturday's 17-7 win over host Mamaroneck.
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
Photos from Sachem North’s 17-7 win over Mamaroneck on 3/26.
BAY SHORE MARAUDERS Coach: Mike Herbst 2015 Record: 11-11 Key players Brian Weissert, SS/P, 6-1, 175, Sr. Hermes Abreu, C, 5-10, 205, Jr. Kevin Otto, OF/P, 6-0, 170, Sr. Chris LaRose, 1B, 6-0, 190, Sr. Joe Chionchio, 6-0, 180, Sr. Outlook: A combination of some of Suffolk’s top talent should make
Varello won six of the game’s first seven faceoffs and 12 of 16 overall, giving the Bulls (3-0) those early possessions they needed to establish a tone.
Claxton, a junior, cleared 6-10 in the high jump, an achievement that not only set a meet record but also drew a thunderous, spontaneous roar from the crowd. Suddenly, all eyes were focused on the high jump pit inside the track’s blue oval.
Naujokas led Suffolk to a second-place finish, accounting for a competition-best 1,252 (208.7 average) of the team’s 5,702 pins. Section II (Saratoga) won with 5,778. Naujokas didn’t even know she had the highest pin total.
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