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CLASS AA The quest for Massapequa's third consecutive state championship is underway. Melanie Hingher and Bianca Furci anchor a back line that didn't allow a goal in six postseason games last season. Skylar Vitiello is a versatile talent, Hope Breslin is a pure goal scorer, and Mikayla Pugliese
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Duca won the 800 meters in 2 minutes, 16.44 seconds on the first day of the Nassau State Qualifier Meet, held Thursday at Cold Spring Harbor High School.
Despite the unwanted number on his shoulder, Linster proved to be number 1, winning the 100 meters in 11.13 seconds.
Bianco's two-run single in the bottom of the sixth inning broke a 1-1 tie and sent the Nassau All-Stars to a 3-1 win over the Suffolk All-Stars in the 11th Grand Slam Challenge before 550 fans at Farmingdale State College.
NASSAU CONFERENCE A SYOSSET BRAVES Coach: John Calabria 2014 record: 13-5 Key players: Alex Concannon, A, Sr. Mac O'Keefe, A, Jr. Michael Hatzopoulos, M, Sr. Lucas Cotler, M, Jr. Michael Elardo, M, So. Outlook: The preseason favorite to win the county title has entered its second year of a newly
NASSAU AA-I 1. UNIONDALE KNIGHTS Coach: Tom Diana Key players: G Shomari Redd 6-1; G Marvin Lawrence 5-7; G Kyle Harding 6-0; F Talek Butler 6-2; F Najee Peters 6-4 Outlook: Redd, one of the county's best, could lead the quick and tough defensive team to another appearance in the county final. 2.
NASSAU AA-I 1. MASSAPEQUA CHIEFS Coach: Shari Roessler Key players: G Olivia Batista 5-8; G Bianca Furci 5-8; F Carmela Gampero 5-9; F Megan McCabe 5-10; F Melanie Hingher 6-1 Outlook: Nassau AA runner-up returns most of its core, including Hingher and McCabe, who control the paint. 2. FREEPORT RED
Check here for all the Nassau girls soccer playoff schedule and results Class AA First round @ Higher seeds Saturday, Oct. 25 No. 9 Farmingdale at No. 8 Syosset, 3 p.m. No. 12 Valley Stream Central at No. 5 Port Washington, 7 p.m. No. 11 Mepham at No. 6 Hicksville, 1 p.m. No. 10 Plainview JFK at
NASSAU I 1. MANHASSET INDIANS Coach: Danielle Gallagher 2014 record: 19-2 Key players Lindsey Ronbeck A Sr. Erin Barry M Jr. Kellen D'Alleva A/M Sr. Kathryn Hallet M Sr. Madi Barcia D Sr. Outlook: The defending state Class B champs return loaded, led by All-Americans Ronbeck and Barry. 2. COLD
At the starting gun, Gordon took the lead and settled in as the race hit the mile mark. He dropped back to third as he let Oyster Bay's Alexander Tosi and Manhasset's Tommy Fruhauf pace the race.