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Meet the athletes who made it onto the MSG Varsity/Newsday All-Long Island girls basketball teams for the 2014-15 winter season.
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As Holy Trinity baseball coach Bob Malandro walked toward his players following yesterday's CHSAA 6-0 victory over St. Mary's, assistant coach Ike Goldstein yelled, "Here he is, Mr. 400."
Long Island Lutheran celebrates a second straight NYS Federation Class AA title and a third Fed crown in a row.
KELLENBERG FIREBIRDS Coach: Ken Conrade 2014 Record: 21-8 Key Players Katherine Piorkowski P Sr. Amanda Riveira CF Sr. Alexa Russell SS Jr. Kelly Rasulo 3B/1B Jr. Kacie Badolato C Jr. Outlook: Winners of three straight CHSAA state championships. Piorkowski returns to the circle. Speed will put
Manasquan and Ossining are on the cusp of state championships and sit atop the Tri-State Girls Basketball rankings
Jackie DelliSanti helped lead Commack to a first-ever Long Island Class AA title with a thrilling win over Baldwin.
Though its comeback fell short, St. Mary's showed the toughness that had been present throughout its two-year reign as league champion.
Manasquan finishes atop the final Tri-State Girls Basketball Rankings for the 2014-15 season
CHAMINADE FLYERS Coach: Mike Pienkos 2014 record: 18-6 Key Players Brian Goulard, 1B, 6-2, 220, Sr. Straton Podaras, C, 5-11, 175, Jr. Beau O'Connell, 3B, 6-2, 195. Sr. Sal Fradella, P, 6-3, 210, Sr. Anthony Chiodi, OF, 6-2, 200, Sr. Outlook: Podaras was the CHSAA catcher of the year as a
Commack's magical season ended in the New York State Federation semifinals.