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NASSAU CONFERENCE I MANHASSET INDIANS Coach: Danielle Gallagher Key players: Julia Glynn, M, Sr.; Natalie Stefan, M, Sr.; Lindsey Ronbeck, A, Jr.; Emily Koufakis, M/D, Sr.; Jackie D'Alleva, M/D, Sr.; Kathryn Hallet, M, Jr. Outlook: Defending L.I. Class B champ returns eight starters, including
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NASSAU CONFERENCE A 1. MASSAPEQUA CHIEFS Coach: Tim Radomski 2013 record: 15-3 Key players: Craig Berge, M, Sr.; Ian Kirby, A, Sr.; James Byrnes, A, Sr.; Nick Capuana, D, Sr.; Jack Korber, M, Sr. Outlook: Division-I talent makes them a threat to repeat as county champions. 2. SYOSSET BRAVES Coach:
EAST ROCKAWAY ROCKS Coach: Joe Lores 2013 record: 22-6 Key players Gina Skelly, SS, Sr. Tiffani Parente, C, Sr. Caitlin O'Mara, 1B, So. Marisa Felbinger, OF, So. Emily Galligan, 3B, Sr. Outlook: Led by O'Mara, who has power and speed. Skelly and Parente also have pop. WANTAGH WARRIORS Coach:
Taylor Sanders hit 7 of 10 three-pointers and finished with 24 points as Southampton beat Wheatley, 61-58, to win the Long Island Class B championship Tuesday night at Farmingdale State College.
Who will join us at the Times Union Center? Here’s a list of the Division I and Division II competitors from Long Island, New York City and the Hudson Valley.
Hyon scored a game-high 23 points, including 19 in the first half, as Wheatley defeated Malverne, 69-51, and captured its second straight Nassau Class B championship at LIU Post.
Shhhhh! Pam Schenck is entering the zone. On the bus ride to the game Saturday, there may as well have been a "Do Not Disturb" sign hanging on Schenck's seat. "I wanted to sit in silence," Schenck said. "I just went into a zone because I knew I was going to have to work as hard as I could. Whether
NASSAU BC 1. FRIENDS ACADEMY QUAKERS Coach: Ryan Schneider Key players G Kristina Kim, 5-9 G Maddie O'Brien, 5-4 F Ellie Shibley, 5-11 F Lindsay O'Sullivan, 5-11 C Rose Mangiarotti, 5-11 Outlook: Won the Long Island "C" title and returns most of its core; Kim, O'Sullivan and Mangiarotti lead a
NASSAU B/C 1. WHEATLEY WILDCATS Coach: Jim Curcio Key players G Josh Hyon 6-0 G Kevin Martins 6-0 G Andrew Tripi 5-10 F Zach Farmiloe 6-2 C Sam Fieldman 6-4 Outlook: Martins and Hyon make the team a threat to win the conference. 2. OYSTER BAY BAYMEN Coach: Jim Frauenberg Key players G Rob Venegas
Valley Stream South's Andrew Hess and Wheatley's Matt Rothstein exemplify the day-to-day duties each student-athlete should perform in the classroom and on the field.