Wantagh won its first New York State title since 1998 and finished atop the Long Island baseball power rankings. Find out who joins the Warriors.
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Wantagh is atop the Long Island baseball power rankings again after winning its first Long Island title since 2010. Find out who joins the Warriors now.
After allowing two runs and four hits in the first two innings, Ryan retired 15 of the final 16 hitters, including 13 straight, in Wheatley’s 4-2 win over Center Moriches.
The Wildcats exuded pride about their accomplishments in 2016 moments after a season-ending 5-0 loss to Marlboro Central in the Southeast Regional Class B final Saturday at Farmingdale State. A win would have sent Wheatley (21-6) to the state semifinals for the first time since 2013.
Wantagh remains atop the Long Island baseball power rankings, but there are four new teams this week. Find out who they are 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.
Carle Place and Wheatley face off with a championship on the line in the Nassau Class C title game, Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. on #MSGV_Live.
Wheatley is looking for a third-straight championship and Wheatley is looking for the upset in Tuesday's Section VIII Class A final at 3 p.m. on #MSGV_Live.
Carle Place advanced to its first-ever Long Island championship game after edging Wheatley 4-3 in a penalty kick shootout in Tuesday's Nassau Class B final.
Wheatley, the No 3 seed, never trailed and held a double-digit lead for 28 minutes in its 56-17 victory over No. 2 Carle Place on Saturday at LIU Post.