The Bears rallied back from a 19-point second-half deficit but were beaten 55-53 by Moravia in the Class C state semifinals
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The Killer Bees, defending state Class D champions, closed the first quarter on a 14-0 downpour and the second quarter on a 17-0 cloudburst on their way to a 71-45 victory over the Stony Brook School in the Suffolk County C-D game.
Haldane holds off Stony Brook, 35-34, in Friday’s NYS Class C quarterfinal game at Pace University.
The Bears did have those final seven seconds, but Haldane hung on for a 35-34 win Friday night in a state Class C regional final at Pace University, where a large, loud crowd cheered the Blue Devils, from Cold Spring in Putnam County.
Kayonga is learning fast. He scored all 12 of his points in the second half Saturday, including nine during a game-changing 13-0 run, as Stony Brook defeated Pierson, 51-44, at Suffolk CCC-Selden to win the school’s fourth straight Suffolk Class C championship.
Facing a big team and a big deficit, and with its long-range shooting off-target, the Stony Brook School had only one option: Keep shooting.
The Stony Brook School, seeded No. 1, downed No. 2 Pierson, 62-36, Saturday and win its second consecutive Suffolk C title and fourth in the last five years.
Suffolk County glory and a berth in the NYSPHSAA Division II wrestling championships at the Times Union Center in Albany are on the line at the Suffolk Division II wrestling championships Saturday at 6 p.m. from Center Moriches and live on MSGVarsity.com.
A look at the seedings for Suffolk football divisions heading into the 2014 season.
Find out the schedule and results of the Suffolk boys basketball playoffs here