Meet the athletes who were named All-Long Island second team and honorable mention for the 2016 football season
The Wheatley School Photos
James Taitt and the Colonials of William Floyd are again Suffolk Division I champions and they are atop the Long Island football power rankings. Find out who joins them.
Carle Place/Wheatley and Seaford meet for the Nassau Conference IV championship from Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium Saturday at 4 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
North Shore faces Carle Place/Wheatley in the Nassau Conference IV semifinals from Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium Saturday at 8:30 p.m. live on News12Varsity.com.
The dream was born in the bleachers at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium for a bunch of 10-year-olds and it became a reality on the same field Saturday night when Seaford defeated Carle Place/Wheatley, 20-0, in the title game.
On Saturday night at Hofstra’s Shuart Stadium, Kelly didn’t throw the ball often, but when he did he was perfect, helping guide second-seeded Carle Place/Wheatley to a 37-22 win over No. 4 North Shore in the Nassau Conference IV semifinals.
Who joins Garden City in this week's Long Island football power rankings? Find out now
We have a tie atop our staff picks heading into county championship weekend. Find out who our experts like
Who are the top teams on Long Island in the final football power rankings of the season? Find out now
Howes, who scored 17 points in the semifinals, was the floor general who dished out seven assists in No. 1 Oyster Bay’s 54-42 Nassau B boys basketball championship victory over No. 3 Wheatley Thursday at LIU Post.