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No one is faster than Douglas, a state champ in the 100-meter dash. On Thursday night, though, she started off slowly . . . shooting-wise, at least.
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Monsignor Farrell wrestler Matt Seitz rallied in the third period to earn his second straight individual title at the 30th annual Dave Ironman Invitational Saturday at Farrell High school in Oakwood.
The former student, athlete, teacher, coach and athletic director at Sachem watched as Darius Townsend and Ian Junge led host Sachem North to a 73-42 win over Sachem East in the Thomas J. Sabatelle Alumni Gymnasium.
This unit became the first Sachem North team to win a Long Island championship in boys volleyball, as well as the first school from the Island to win a Class A title.
Sean Kildare, Connor Hatton, Aaron Zigrosser and Rory Hannigan won the invitational DMR in 10 minutes, 37.96 seconds. The time is currently the fastest in New York and the second fastest in the country, according to milesplit.com.
Led by setter Rob Steinberg and outside hitter Dylan Missry, the Flaming Arrows defeated McQuaid Jesuit (Rochester), 3-1, in the state championship match here, becoming the first Long Island school to win a state Class A title. Sachem North (18-0) won, 25-22, 25-22,22-25, 25-18.
The Suffolk Division I boys volleyball title is at stake when third-seeded Bay Shore takes on top-seeded Sachem North Thursday at 4 p.m. from Suffolk Community College on #MSGV_Live.
MSG Varsity's high school experts Mike Quick and Jimmy Cavallo look back at the best of the best from the week in Long Island high school boys lacrosse, with highlights to get you caught up and analysis to get the debates going.
The Northport senior was the Suffolk Class A champion, finishing the 5-kilometer race in 15 minutes, 45.68 seconds at the Suffolk Championships on Friday at Sunken Meadow State Park.
Nov. 6, 2014: Watch the complete broadcast of Sachem North’s 3-0 boys volleyball victory over Bay Shore in the Suffolk Division 1 final.