One year after losing each of their 19 games, the Red Devils are heading to the playoffs. They locked up their first berth in 13 years with a 17-4 Nassau AA-I victory over Uniondale on Wednesday at Cleveland Avenue Field.
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Watch HS SportsDesk highlights of No. 1 Massapequa's (white) 52-35 girls basketball victory over No. 6 Uniondale (black) in the Nassau Class AA Final.
Harris, a junior, won the one mile race walk in six minutes, 57.36 seconds on the second day of the weekend-long New Balance Indoor Nationals. Ashleigh Resch of Beavercreek, Ohio held the old record for two days shy of a calendar year, walking the national race in 7:00.33 last March.
FARMINGDALE DALERS Coach: Frank Tassielli 2015 record: 8-9 Key players Angus McCloskey, P/1B, 6-3, 195, Jr. James Boria, C, 5-9, 165, Sr. Matt Fierst, OF, 5-10, 175, Jr. Max Cohen, 2B/P, 5-9, 165, Sr. Anthony Burriesci, CF, 5-9, 165, Jr. Outlook: After making three appearances on the hill last
NASSAU I SYOSSET BRAVES Coach: John Calabria 2015 record: 18-2 Key players Mac O’Keefe, A, Sr. Lucas Cotler, M, Sr. Matt Benus, M, Jr. Mikey Elardo, M, Sr. E.J. Aronson, D, Sr. Outlook: Experience and depth will be assets for a team likely to make a deep playoff run. Syosset is loaded with Division
Brentwood, ranked No. 2 on Long Island and No. 13 in the Tri-State by MSG Varsity, takes on Uniondale in a battle of two of the top teams on Long Island. Watch Live on MSG Varsity!
Carey’s Gregory Matzelle sprinted down the straightaway, head forward and arms popping as he made his way toward the finish line in under seven seconds in the 55 meters at Tuesday night’s Nassau Class A track championships at St. Anthony’s.
Jinks won the long jump (17 feet, 11 1⁄2 inches), the triple jump (38 feet, 9 3⁄4 inches), and the 55-meter hurdles (8.65 seconds). The triple victories yielded 30 points, helping Uniondale score 96 and take the team title. It was the Knights’ second consecutive indoor county title.
She didn’t disappoint, finishing third in 4 minutes, 52.77 seconds against a top-flight field in the New Balance high school girls mile. Kate Murphy of Lake Braddock, Virginia, took first in 4:41.84.
Najee Peters' three-point play with 35.8 seconds left in regulations led Uniondale to a 62-57 victory over Brentwood