Suffolk County Division I wrestling finals Feb 12, 2017
Bridgehampton High School Photos
Trombetta, who had 19 goals and 12 assists last season, has plenty of skill and leadership around her. Defenders Kelly McKeveny, a junior who has been on varsity since eighth grade, and senior Kayla Caltabellotta, are key returnees.
The ninth-grader fired a complete game with seven strikeouts against Suffolk Class C champion Pierson/Bridgehampton in a 21-4 win at St. Joseph’s College in Patchogue.
Dawson scored a season-high 23 points to lead No. 2 Pierson/Bridgehampton to a 69-50 win over top-seeded Port Jefferson in the Suffolk Class C championship game at Riverhead High School.
Clark Academy's defense shines in Friday's 67-56 win over Bridgehampton in the NYS Class D quarterfinals at Pace University.
It was Southampton’s trapping defense that confounded Bridgehampton and allowed the Mariners (15-6) to advance to the Suffolk small school championship against either Harborfields or East Hampton on Tuesday at 5 p.m. at Suffolk CCC-Brentwood. They also advance to a state Class B regional semifinal
The Killer Bees, defending state Class D champions, closed the first quarter on a 14-0 downpour and the second quarter on a 17-0 cloudburst on their way to a 71-45 victory over the Stony Brook School in the Suffolk County C-D game.
The two have catapulted the Tuckers to their first county championship season. On Saturday, Dwyer and Hoeg drove to the hoop and continued finding each other for easy baskets. They are determined to keep this historic season going as long as possible.
Bridgehampton used an effective trap that caused havoc in a dominant first quarter and visiting Greenport could not recover as the defending state Class D champion Bees improved to 5-0 with an 80-60 victory over the Porters Friday night in a Suffolk VIII game that attracted a full house.
All summer long, MSG Varsity brings you a recap of the past year in Long Island’s top high school sports. We’ll publish a new “Year in Review” article every Thursday through August 13. Next up, we look back at the year that was in Long Island boys basketball.